Search and Support Ron Paul

September 30, 2007

Lately, we’ve been seeing banner signs popping up in major cities around the country with directives like Google Ron Paul and Youtube Ron Paul. What a powerful way to get U.S. citizens to interact and actively participate in the Ron Paul Revolution. If they care to see who Ron Paul is, then they will have to go online, use Google or Youtube to search for him.

It doesn’t give any information directly on the banner. We really wonder how powerful this type of grassroots banner campaign will be. Will people actually be prompted to go online to the Internet and plug Ron Paul’s name into search engines? Will they even know he is a candidate in the 2008 Presidential Elections?

Our initial assumptions are this: 1) those who use the Internet often will key in Ron Paul because its a short name, just because they curious and it involves a major service provider, 2) if you don’t know who Ron Paul is, it won’t prompt you to do anything and you’ll ignore the banner all together, and 3) you have heard of Ron Paul , so you Google or Youtube to find out more information about his campaign

Our recommendations to those putting these banners up is to mix in other messages with the directives. For example, place No More Taxes on the first line, second line place Ron Paul. If people are driving around the city, see that type of message, its powerful and its something Ron Paul would highly push for. Then you are driving around later, and you see a Google Ron Paul. On a psychological level, it instructs you to see who Ron Paul is because he obviously agrees with U.S. citizens not paying taxes.

We would love to have comments and opinions about this Ron Paul campaign.

The dark side of the sustainable development movement George Hunt, a business consultant, was present at the earlier mentioned 1987 Fourth World Wilderness Congress as a member of the staff.

At the conference he noticed it had very little to do with the conventional environment movement and was surprised to see people like Maurice Strong, Edmund de Rothschild (Pilgrims Society), David Rockefeller (Pilgrims Society), and James A. Baker (Pilgrims Society; Cap & Gown; trustee American Institute for Contemporary German Studies; Atlantic Council of the United States; National Security Planning Group; Bohemian Grove; CFR; Carlyle; advisor George W. Bush in his 2000 election). 

Andrew Meyer in the News

September 19, 2007

A lot of bloggers on WordPress are covering Andrew Meyer and what happened to him yesterday during the John Kerry forum.

There is even a t-shirt that you can purchase that says, “Don’t Taze Me, Bro!”

The folks over at Neocon News believe we don’t know the full happenings of the white Florida college student who was tasered at a recent Kerry forum. Everyone is talking about this news story now, even the big outlets. They are circulating a different video.

When is freedom of speech not permitted? Why are police or law-enforcement authorities allowed to man-handle and taser a college student for speaking his mind?

Should these types of anti-Constitutional acts of violence be allowed in our country? I say taser the police officers who man-handled and arrested this man!!!

We cannot allow our government agencies to abuse our God-given rights. Stand up and be heard!

We found the following news from a WordPress blog this morning. We feel this sort of torture and censorship should never happen. Help this man fight back against the police who arrested him!

Not once did Kerry call out for mercy for the questioner. Not once. He is a coward who lacks the guts to answer an embarrassing question and a moral idiot who cannot identify wrong being done in his own name when he sees it.

Character matters, John Kerry. I thank God you lost the Presidential race in 2004!

John Kerry should be ashamed of what he did today, tomorrow, and every day of the rest of his life. Democrats who respect him should rethink supporting him and any other leftist candidates who mouth platitudes about free speech they do not adhere to in their own lives.

What am I talking about? Watch.

A young man goes to the microphone at a John Kerry Townhall meeting to ask a question. “Were you a member of the Skull and Bones in college. Were you and Bush members of the same secret society?”

Eight police grabbed the student and hustled him up to the back of the auditorium where they forced him to the ground and piled on top of him. The audience cheered when he was grabbed and moved away. Shouting, the student protested his treatment, repeatedly asking why he was being arrested, what he did, and begging them not to taze him. They tasered him more than once. I counted four flashes and probably missed some.

Shame on John Kerry and the other passive, spineless jellyfish in the auditorium. Shame!

H/T: Stop the ACLU, Michelle Malkin, Wolf Pangloss

Alex Jones’ Endgame

September 7, 2007

The trailer for Alex Jones’ highly anticipated Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement has been released. The full-length feature documentary by Alex Jones comes out October 2007. Re-post this trailer everywhere you can; let’s get people ready to watch what could be the most exposing documentary of all-time.

By SARA KUGLER

NEW YORK – A filmmaker who was behind documentaries that bashed Rupert Murdoch and Wal-Mart is now focusing on Rudy Giuliani, creating an “online viral video campaign” about the presidential candidate timed to coincide with the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack.

Robert Greenwald on Thursday launched the first of four short videos about Sept. 11 and the Republican former mayor. The others are planned to launch throughout the month.

The videos attack Giuliani by saying he failed to prepare New York City for a major disaster, he ignored sick ground zero workers after the terrorist attack and he profited financially from his association with the tragedy after leaving office in 2001.

“We want to use this forum to reach people and show and tell and say, ‘Look here are some truths that we want you to know,'” Greenwald told The Associated Press. The video blitz has an accompanying web site, therealrudy.org.

The Giuliani campaign questioned Greenwald’s motivation and timing.

“It’s unfortunate that a conspiracy theorist so disconnected from reality would launch a politically motivated hit video to coincide with the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks,” said Mike McKeon, a Giuliani spokesman.

Greenwald, a Brooklyn native and registered independent, has made a number of documentaries, including “Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism” and “Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price.”

He said he was inspired to create the Giuliani videos earlier this year after learning about Giuliani’s critics, who have begun to turn up the heat on the former mayor as his presidential campaign has taken off.

The spots feature interviews with many of those known critics, including relatives of those who died in the World Trade Center attack, fire safety experts and Jerome Hauer, Giuliani’s emergency management commissioner from 1996 to 2000, who had a falling out with his boss in 2001. Read the rest of this entry »

If martial law is enacted in the United States, could we be in a similar situation depicted in this Nine Inch Nails music video? 

Provocateurs underline plot to make SPP protest look violent, even though The Resistance was gathered peacefully to protest. The Resistance is about peaceful protest, requesting answers from those in charge of our countries and governments.

Here is the video footage from the Montebello Summit meetings the Internet is buzzing about.

We knew this was a big story, but we figured since everyone else was talking about it or covering it on their blogs, we’d sit tight for a few days.

The video along with exclusive photographs at Paulitics is evidence that the global elites will go to any means possible to smear the intentions of and enslave the people they govern.

The Resistance is anyone who spreads the truth of our government, who protests against the tyrants dressed as leaders, and gives a damn about our future.

A New America? (video)

August 21, 2007

In this video segment from CNN, we learn that the North American Union will be footed by American taxpayer dollars.

If you disagree with SPP and the North American Union, please tell everyone you know that you don’t want your hard-earned tax dollars spent on the merger of three nations under one.