Daily Archives: May 7th, 2007

Early Tuesday Tinfoil

I will be out fairly busy tomorrow doing my wage slave duties for the NWO, so I’m posting an entire article by Nancy Levant from January 17, 2007 that states the obvious and might get a passerby to think. Maybe.

 You Receive What They Believe You Deserve

by Nancy Levant

They achieved their missions, first and foremost, by capturing financial control of research and development, and they did so by funding research and development via their corporate foundations.

They also created the United Nations. They created private clubs that could operate in secret, like the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, etc., and they also created training grounds for future comrades via the secret societies inside of their Ivy League universities.

The lives and perks of such people are beyond what commoners can imagine. The power and the money at their disposal are, frankly, beyond our comprehension. It is, in fact, mostly impossible for commoners to believe. Hence, the current state of their global affairs exists. Our “freedom” is no more than a figment of our imaginations and truly an untruth. We have no freedom. It is, in fact, nonexistent.

Politicians are no longer politicians. They work for the world’s elite and represent no common man or country. They are highly paid brainwashers, visioning facilitators, deceivers, liars, and thieves. We are forced to pay their salaries. We are forced to fund all global governance initiatives, which literally stole the wealth, property, savings, and security of every commoner on the planet. The wealth that was amassed in the last 3 decades by these criminals truly is beyond comprehension – literally beyond the comprehension of common people. We live in unfathomable states of ignorance. We have been robbed blind, yet we still can’t acknowledge the theft of our money, livelihoods, children, potential, nation, and future.

The truth be told, we are no longer American people. We are Communists living amidst a bureaucratically evolving dictatorship that has been steadfastly planning for our awakening. As we recently discovered, the rest of our American military will be leaving the homeland very soon – the young men and women who are told they are protecting their homeland. They have closed many of our homeland military bases, while building global bases on foreign soil, and at the same time they have raised new paramilitary forces on American soil. In fact, there are so many new paramilitary forces on the homeland that, again, one cannot fathom their power, their intentions, or their loyalty to another system of governance.

Equally, the American commoner does not realize that he is now under the governing auspices of regional governors – governors that were appointed to power (not elected to power) – and that we, the people, don’t even know who they are, what they are doing, where they are located, or to whom they serve. These new governing bodies in the United States were illegally raised, and they were raised without the knowledge of the American people. The problem is the American people are clueless as to what is/was legal in the United States. The regional system of governance was crafted and raised by our elected representatives. We paid their salaries as they constructed a dictatorship on American soil according to the plans and dictates of their master handlers. They committed treason. Their intentions were to overthrow Constitutional America and every right granted to each and every one of us. Their missions were accomplished. America is no longer America, and we are no longer people with rights and freedom. I suggest to you that you have no freedom whatsoever.

We could look to the powers of our state capitols, but unfortunately for us, our state governors are also no longer working for the United States or the people of the individual states. They are working for the Federal government, which is not an American entity nor working under Constitutional Law. The Federal government is a global governing body operating under Communitarian Law, which is the same system of law used by the European Union. America is a global region that is merging with Mexico and Canada into the North American Union. These global regions serve under the auspices of the emerging global economy, or one system of economics, which was invented and implemented by the marriage of international banks to transnational corporations. We, the world’s people, are the laborers to this new economic system – nothing more – nothing less.

America is lowering its standard of living, while the Third World is raising its living standards. Once “equity” is achieved, we will all live meager lives in service to corporations IF AND ONLY IF we comply with this new world dictatorship. This, my stupid American friends, is Communism.

Now, let’s look at some trends in our new world. All public schools and daycare centers in America are literally crawling with “mental health/social/emotional/literacy” professionals – literally crawling with them. This cannot be denied. They are also pigeon-holing every American child into labor-destined categories, while “assessing” the “social” condition of students and their families. This also cannot be denied.

Food delivery is changing all across the U.S. Meat is becoming unaffordable by design at the United Nations, who has determined that people need to eat predominantly vegetarian diets. We have been made squeamish about beef and poultry via Mad Cow and Bird Flu media frenzies. Equally, we note all the new brand meats in all our groceries stores – brands we’ve never seen, which come from outside of the United States. All of us older Americans also note that meat is very different than it use to be in taste, color, and texture.

Weekly or monthly food deliveries are being advertised as fabulous and successful weight loss alternatives, but in actuality, we are witnessing a desensitizing tactic that benignly introduces the concept of food rationing. We see this same desensitizing tactic with implantable ID chips, which we are told helps to curb kidnappings. The truth is that sub-dermal chips are now being considered for all newborns (much like mandatory Social Security numbers). Food control and rationing is coming in the form of “here are your rations – and that’s it.” We have already witnessed the closing of smaller food markets all across America. Eventually, I suggest that “stores,” and the freedom we have to use them, will cease to exist minus some transnational superstores, where we have witnessed a decline in our quality food supply.

Our health and health care is deteriorating. Most American people cannot afford quality health care. Quality care has become the venue for the very rich, and millions of American people have been bankrupted by our health care system. As such, our global representatives now prepare our regional health care system, which will, again, lower the availability of quality medical treatment for all – and particularly for the elderly, the infirmed, and the undesirable elements of our new society.

“Co-housing,” and the creation of American “villages” headed up by “facilitator” appointed governors, is the new housing mandate of our representatives and their United Nations’ masters (The U.N. calls them “human settlements.) If you want a shocking awakening, type the word “Co-housing” into your search engines and go onto some of the co-housing community websites. Read their “missions” and thoroughly investigate all their menu items. See Communist sectors all dolled up American media-style. See what it’s like to live as a community laborer according to dictatorship, spies, and total control and propaganda.

To end, all pending legislation – all of it – is 1) unknown to the American public, and 2) destroying every single freedom that you thought was secured by the Constitution of the United States. The people running this country are not American by any stretch of the imagination. They are Communist sympathizers, employees, and facilitators. We’ve been had. We’ve been lazy. Now, we will get what they think we deserve. We’re on our own.

I know it’s bad netiquete, but I think it should be read in it’s entirety at once. Peace.

Imperial Bizarro World

Justin Raimondo is a writer for Antiwar.com and he has been bashing the neocons and their syncophants non-stop since the start of the Iraq War. In fact when I first started to “lurk” on various websites, Antiwar.com was one of the first one I read every day. From what I can surmise about Justin, he is from the “paleo-conservative” side of politics, possibly libertarian. I know most people equate conservativism with the GOP and that’s true. But today’s GOP isn’t conservative in the traditional sense anymore, the party is run by “neoconservatives”, an ideology that is as far from real conservatism as the Earth is from Pluto. Unfortunately quite a few people don’t realize that and they still think the GOP is the party of Lincoln, Hoover and Goldwater. I don’t include St. Ronnie with them because I consider him an early neocon.

The following article from Raimondo is the best example I’ve run across, other than Glenn Greenwald that explains the neocons goals for this nation, their apologists and the twisting of national thought using spectacular uses of “double-think” and “double-speak” and the “Noble Lie”.

America’s Coming Dictatorship

The Iraq war and the inquiry into its origins has provoked interest in a number of subjects formerly considered obscure, the discussion of which was once limited to the rarified aeries of academia and specialty journals. Some examples are neoconservatism, just war theory, and, most surprisingly, the theories of Leo Strauss, the philosophical avatar of a cynical Machiavellianism that promotes the idea of the “noble lie.” As the disaster in Iraq unfolded, subjects once considered abstruse were introduced into the pages of the popular press, so that, at one point, we were treated to a long explanation of the doctrines of Strauss in the pages of the New York Times.

As Jeet Heer put it in the Boston Globe,

“Odd as this may sound, we live in a world increasingly shaped by Leo Strauss, a controversial philosopher who died in 1973. Although generally unknown to the wider population, Strauss has been one of the two or three most important intellectual influences on the conservative worldview now ascendant in George W. Bush’s Washington. Eager to get the lowdown on White House thinking, editors at the New York Times and Le Monde have had journalists pore over Strauss’s work and trace his disciples’ affiliations. The New Yorker has even found a contingent of Straussians doing intelligence work for the Pentagon.”

This sudden interest was due to the unusual number of Straussians who had found their way into close proximity to the centers of power in Washington – an extraordinary number of Strauss’s students (or students of his leading followers) were employed in and around the Bush administration, particularly at key points in the national security bureaucracy, as William Pfaff pointed out, including then- “Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz; Abram Shulsky of the Pentagon’s Office of Special Plans, Richard Perle of the Pentagon advisory board, Elliott Abrams of the National Security Council, and the writers Robert Kagan and William Kristol.”

One can easily see how the concept of the “noble lie” fits neatly into the neoconservative scheme of things, and the run-up to the Iraq war is surely a textbook example of the Straussian method in action: an enlightened elite deceives the public into an action that must be taken, after all, for their own good. In this case, we were lied into invading and occupying Iraq, for reasons that had nothing to do with “weapons of mass destruction” and Saddam’s alleged links to al Qaeda and the 9/11 terrorist attacks, both of which the promulgators knew to be lies, and yet reiterated ceaselessly.

Since we are now permanently at war, the ideal atmosphere for a Straussian (or any authoritarian) to theorize in, this is the time for the War Party to come out in the open with its theory of government, which, in normal times, is dressed up as “peace through strength,” and now comes out of the closet as “peace through dictatorship.” Aside from rationalizing a regime based on lies, the Straussian method, and philosophy, is useful in other ways. The prominent Straussian Harvey Mansfield, a professor of government at Harvard, demonstrates his usefulness as a promoter of the regime’s authority, and specifically the supremacy of the executive branch of government in wartime. Mansfield makes “The Case for the Strong Executive” in the pages of the Wall Street Journal, and it is an argument that constitutes a vital part of the intellectual blueprint for the dictatorship I wrote about the other day.

But the neocons are the unwitting tools of something more sinister and manipulative than they are. They are in for one big surprise!