January 14, 2008
Thus Always to Tyrants
January 11, 2008
Well, I have a few thoughts on the obvious vote fraud which has taken place in New Hampshire. This is directed at everyone, but especially those of you who have been struggling for truth for years now.
To those of you who finally started to see what all of us “kooks” have been screaming about for years since you’ve discovered Ron Paul in the last year or so, who have seen the truth in what Ron Paul says about government corruption, and have then witnessed the blacklisting of this one honest politician amongst a heap of drooling sycophants who call themselves the “media:” welcome to our world… We have been trying to wake folks like you up and it’s been very difficult. Not so much to get through to folks logically, but to get people to care about something.
Something akin to the Ron Paul Revolution was necessary to wake a greater mass of people out of their apathy. We as strugglers for truth must not lose sight of what the greater power of this revolution is: loss of this apathy. it’s more powerful than a presidency. Far more. When there is a massive wave of caring awareness, those abusing this system will scurry for cover for fear of exposure. As it stands, our system has been thwarted to award villainy.
To those of you who have been around longer than this last year: did you think the establishment would not do everything in its power to deflect Dr. Paul? Of course you knew, but like me you probably watched the first caucus and primary amid some vague dream outstretched in hope that just maybe it would be (somewhat) fair. Perhaps the powers-that-be should have considered changing Dr. Paul’s 5th place status from Iowa to New Hampshire in the interest of succeeding at their farce?
In an unbelievable episode, the town of Sutton, New Hampshire, reported 0 votes for Dr. Paul. When a local Sutton family realized they had all voted for Ron Paul (5 total votes) yet NONE of these votes appeared on the official chart provided by Associated Press to all the networks, the information reached one Bev Harris of BlackBoxVoting.org. Bev Harris proceeded to call Sutton officials, who “discovered” that 31 votes had been cast for Ron Paul, but had “accidentally” been shuffled off to the “other” pool, and said they would “fix” it right away. I never saw any change in the charts however…
Hillary Clinton, the smoke-breathing demon-clone of Bill Clinton (who deserves A LOT more ire than he gets), also stole her win from Barack Obama, the CFR frontman whose wife is the head of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. This alone tells me the man is a globalist, besides the fact that he’s a Democrat. Whatever; he was cheated and it ain’t right. Entrance Straw Polls barely ever miss by 2 percent, but water turned to wine that night for Shillary Clinton. Somehow she turned a definite 14 point loss into a 10 point win! Miracle of miracles! Black became white (pun intended), up became down, and war became peace all in one night, and the sun didn’t snuff out! Nope, the machinery of Media barely noticed. A few “wows” and “what the’s” and voila! it’s on to South Carolina! Woo Hoo!!
All of this is grievous and horrendously surprising to those who have discovered the gift of utter government corruption in the last year. It’s unbelievable! WTF is going on? OMG!!! I am not ROTF right now!
To the rest of us, who probably know that every presidential election since 1960 has been a fraud, this better not surprise you. Time for a moment of tough love: Snap out of it! Stop living in a dream world! Even if Dr. Paul was elected somehow, how long do you think he’d last in office unless he completely compromised? And never forget lest ye are tempted to think of how long Kennedy lasted with delusions of grandeur: Kennedy was blackmailed. BOBBY Kennedy was incorruptible. John was corruptible, even though he remains our last true president, because he stopped letting himself be blackmailed and went to war with these vicious blood-thirsty monsters. So did Bobby, and he didn’t even make it to the White House. It was in my hometown of Los Angeles, California that he was gunned down in front of dozens of witnesses after he won the 1968 California Democratic Primary.
But here is the good news: Ron Paul has already accomplished what he originally set out to accomplish, that which is more powerful than a presidency: the corrosion of apathy. God bless his soul for what he has done to wake people in this country up.
And if the elections are totally faked, and if Dr. Paul never gets close to the Oval Office, I say the more likely the chances of this young movement surviving its infancy. If Dr. Paul starts winning all the primaries, and they see no alternative but to kill him, will this freedom movement go the way of Bobby Kennedy’s? Will the Ron Paul Revolution morph into a small little group of frothing violent-minded revolutionaries, completely missing the point of Paul’s message? Will it just fade completely, like a beautiful song lost in a strong wind? I believe that is the strongest possibility, sadly enough.
But if Dr. Paul loses through fraud and corruption, proving out everything he’s been saying, the only thing that will happen is he will gain more followers.
I cannot express my admiration of Dr. Paul for what he is doing for all of us. He has become one of the great American Heroes, and he deserves a seat next to Andrew Jackson, and Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Samuel Adams, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, and too many others to mention.
To have watched Dr. Paul’s speeches in congress for years, to have written him letters to run for president at least four times in the last ten years, to have read his financial exposes and speeches, and then to see how huge his candidacy has become is a miracle I truly never expected to see. What has happened so far has so far exceeded my expectations because I, like Dr. Paul, had underestimated the malcontent of the American people. I am in awe of his support. The man has already won! The message is out! It’s now far too late for the New World Order and I’m not sure if they realize it yet…
January 9, 2008
New Hampshire voter complaint line set up
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s toll free election line phone number is:
December 5, 2007
According to Google Trends, if the election happened today, Ron Paul would be the next U.S. President. In a competition between Hillary Clinton, Ron Paul is the most searched for presidential candidate in the 2008 election. What CNN doesn’t realize, what the neocons don’t realize, is that Google is all-powerful, even beyond them. Google Trends accurately predicted the last U.S. President, George W. Bush.Will Ron Paul’s popularity continue to rise and spread? We hope so.
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.
September 28, 2007
Ron Paul is calling for an end to the War on Drugs. He cites numbers where blacks are singled out and punished more often for drug use than any other ethnic group. Thanks Mr. Paul for bringing this to our attention.
Secretly, the Federal government of the United States intentionally lets in a large percentage of drugs across the borders. The New World Order allows this to happen for the fact that it causes addiction in people, dependency to something other than themselves, weakens the mind of individuals and continues violence and chaos in society.
Occassionally, you will hear a story of a drug bust, a large one. This is done to feed the propoganda machine so they can justify their Drug War.
When you buy drugs you are essentially supporting the Federal government and their Drug War. Take away their drugs and what do you have?
September 23, 2007
Since the U.S. Dollar is tanking and will continue to plunge until we actually back up its value with real gold bars, thought we’d share a few links:
September 20, 2007
There is a fantastic article by Howard Ditkoff that looks into the emotions and psychology of people responding to the Andrew Meyer taser incident.
What I’ve found most fascinating about the situation are the responses.
Clearly there has been a significant proportion of people that has responded with anger and indignation to what they view as the police using far too much force on Meyer without just cause. Some of those people go as far as to claim that the action was an attempt to deny Andrew Meyer his First Amendment rights and to unfairly and/or illegally suppress his pointed questions about some highly sensitive issues.
On the other hand, many people I have spoken with have defended the police. Even while admitting that their actions may have been rather heavy-handed, they will bring up – and reasonably so – the fact that police officers work in an atmosphere of great danger. Thus, they argue, we need to be sympathetic to the fact that the officers were responding to a person who was in fact resisting arrest, regardless of whether or not the arrest was originally justified or not.
But what is most striking to me is the level of emotion with which I’ve seen people, including myself, respond on both sides of the issue. As the phrase goes “When it’s hysterical, it’s historical,” and I have come to believe that people are reacting to this event based mostly on their own past experiences with authority figures during their development and/or their own coping responses to those experiences.
September 19, 2007
This is our initial response to a reader.
I don’t fully agree with the use if disruption to levy our right to free speech. However, it appears the organizers of the event cut the students short from asking their questions. It is also reported that the Dean had the bulk of time to ask questions to Kerry, but the students had less than half that time.
The only reason Meyer ran to the front of the line was to emphasize this, then he went ahead and asked his questions. Kerry was even willing to answer the questions and told the officers to leave Meyer alone. I’m sure if Meyer were permitted to speak as scheduled, where he had to wait his turn, he would have asked his questions without such emotion.
But it all falls back to the point, how far is too far when it comes to police force and brutality? There were 5 or 6 police officers (depending on the report you read). Surely, that many cops could contain and escort him out.
There is an incident in a different state with a David Snyder. He was escorted out of a council city budget meeting, beat, bloodied and arrested. They didn’t use a taser on him and were able to get him outside. However, he protested and tried to resist arrest. He was also denied his right to free speech.
Both these acts, in different locations, signal things to come. They signal our government has turned into a tyranny and that our innate God-given freedoms will be oppressed. Those who oppose or resist will be beaten and made to look like scapegoats in the public’s eye.
September 19, 2007
We hear it on the news almost everyday.
“At least 18 people were killed when two car bombs exploded in a busy market…”
It happens so frequently at this point that we have become desensitized to the message.
“Eleven more died when a minibus blew up in the Karrada district, while a suicide attack…”
Iraq is thousands of miles away from the United States. When a suicide bomber strikes in the middle of a crowded Baghdad street, leaving mayhem and carnage in his wake, America is largely unaffected. The only thing we hear in the States is the same tired story. Yeah, yeah, suicide bomber, 20-something dead, we’ve heard this one before. But in Baghdad, no one is “over” these attacks. Every new bombing is a deadly and frightening jolt, a senseless thunderbolt of destruction bringing the city to its knees and death to its inhabitants. Yet we in America are so far removed from Iraq, so jaded to the tales of violence in its streets, perhaps the only time we truly feel the human cost of the War in Iraq is when it hits close to home.
Shannon Timmann is a friend of mine. On January 7, 2006, her father was killed outside of Mosul, the biggest city in northern Iraq. He was in one of two Black Hawk helicopters that lost contact with base. “Human error in a storm,” they called it. They don’t know what happened. The helicopters just went down. They just crashed.
In exchange for the life of her husband, Shannon’s mom received this letter from the government:
“Dear Mrs. Timmann:
I extend my heartfelt condolences on the death of your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am grateful for Robert’s service to our nation and to the Department of State. His dedication and bravery should serve as an example to us all.
Nice words from our Secretary of State. But that is all they are. Words. Nothing can bring back Shannon’s father, nor the 3,566 other Americans who have died in Iraq to date.
I asked Shannon what she thought of the letter sent from our government. She said it was nice, but, “I mean ….but how many of those do they send a week? It’s just copy.”
Shannon had another letter, sent to her from the Iraqi chief of police. It was heartfelt, and genuinely saddened for the loss that Shannon and the world would feel from Bob’s death.
I watched a video that Bob Timmann filmed in Iraq before he died. He was a good man, and he believed that America was doing good work in Iraq. But what exactly are we accomplishing over there? America invaded Iraq on false pretenses, bogus intelligence that Saddam had WMDs and links to al-Qaeda. Read the rest of this entry »