July 25, 2013 § Leave a comment
Big-time globalist honcho Zbigniew Brzezinski, in his 1997 book, The Grand Chessboard – American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives, lays out his three-step formula to “offset, co-opt, and/or control” the “geopolitical critical Eurasian states.”
In a terminology that hearkens back to the more brutal age of ancient empires, the three grand imperatives of imperial geostrategy are to prevent collusion and maintain security dependence among the vassals, to keep tributaries pliant and protected, and to keep the barbarians from coming together…. Competition based on territory still dominates world affairs.
Do you think that just applies to Europe and Central Asia, or is it being applied amongst the “vassals” (provincial puppet rulers), “tributaries” (corporate cronies?) and “barbarians” right here at home?
Well, duh. Those are the first people you conquer when you’re trying to enslave the world. And by the way, guess who the “barbarians” are.
July 23, 2013 § Leave a comment
July 10, 2013 § Leave a comment
THE MOST RETARDED STATE in America finally ends its long secession from the United States Constitution.
The list of loopholes in the rushed-through concealed-carry law is as long as your arm. The law practically prohibits carrying in exactly the sorts of situations where you really need to carry a weapon – like on public transit. (How many muggings, assaults, rapes and murders occur to people at, or walking to or from, public transit stops?)
You also can’t carry near a school; the only “safe zone” is a locked vehicle. In other words, the law institutes economic and/or lifestyle discrimination against non-drivers: either those who choose not to drive, or who increasingly find it prohibitively costly in Rahm’s Chicago.
July 4, 2013 § Leave a comment
DID YOU PARTAKE IN the customary chaining and whipping ceremony?
Okay, admittedly, they’re not doing that just yet, but why not? We may as well adjust our celebrations to reality.
What satirist could have come up with a more obscene parody of Independence Day?
If you’re on the Internet, anything you say, see or do can be tracked and used against you, in or out of a court of law.
If you’re on Facebook, you’re communicating on a CIA-front-connected data mining site. (No, seriously. And while you’re at it, see this on some background on the “friendly” financial ghosts haunting Facebook.
All your communications are not only belong to Big Brother, but these, and data mined from them, are available to his brother, Big Business.
Your cities are being visually stalked by ubiquitous license-plate-reading cameras, spy satellites, and now, also manned and unmanned surveillance craft.
Federally funded, indoctrinated and militarized “local” cops are everywhere, and now you’ve got a new layer of (unconstitutional) federal “Homeland Security”/”Transporation Security Agency” quasi-cops on your streets. If this isn’t “swarms of officers” harassing us and consuming our wealth, what is?
Between the physical and virtual policing, the officers are now quartered in every home – hell, practically every pocket.
I’m sorry this is reaching its peak, or nadir, under the “black” mascot president. It’s a shame. It’s insult to injury. You people who voted for and celebrated and practically worshiped this guy, should be feeling really pissed off right now. At him, at them, but also at yourself. Yes, be pissed off at yourself. Then, forgive yourself, pick yourself up and dust yourself off. The question is: What do we do now?
I have lots of ideas, but you can start right now by standing up straight, giving yourself a shot of self-respect, and reading your Declaration of Independence. Do you even believe that stuff about equality and rights?
Well. <i>Do you?</i>