Thursday, May 31, 2012

The Red Mask of the Venus Transit

This brief video covers the 3 ritual dates that I feel will be used to play false flag catch up by those among the NWO elite.

Keep in mind that all existing conspiracies in play are available for potential false flag use, but we could see brand new NWO evil efforts as a must succeed clue that the NWO has run out of time and options to fulfill their ritual obligations.
Denver, Chicago and those Russian troops are all still in play and so please do not think that those cities are today free of any concern, because to do so would be a big mistake   >click here to watch information<

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Peace Dead? 'Houla massacre Al-Qaeda act'

Syria: The media and bogus causes for intervention 
The BBC was busted using a photo of a room full of corpses from
Iraq (2003) as 'evidence' of a massacre in Syria last week.

The massacre itself was the act of Al Qaeda in Syria, though
Western media and the UN are trying desperately to convince us that
the Syrian government was behind it and generate a completely phony
public consensus to support foreign intervention.

There are SEVERAL issues making the media's version of events
totally unbelievable to even the casual observer.

See for yourself...                                                                                       > Click to hear the story <

Monday, May 28, 2012

Memorial day through the eyes of a combat veteran

As always, we'll hear a lot of talk on Memorial Day...

And very little of it will come from actual combat veterans.

Here's one from a World War II veteran that speaks his mind.                     >click to hear his message<

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Opium Wonderland Afghan Style...

I've said in the past that governments are the biggest drug dealers
in the world.

More opium/heroin comes out of Afghanistan now than ever has before.

Since the beginning of the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan in 2001,
heroin use has skyrocketed here at home and worldwide.

Geraldo Rivera says we 'tolerate' their culture of opium
cultivation, but Lieutenant Colonel Brian Christmas, speaking of
the opium growers, says, "...we provide them security, we're
providing them resources."

Someone out there is going to say I'm taking this 'out of context',
well, no, I'm putting it IN context.
>listen to the report<

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Reclaiming Colombia's children of war

As many as 14,000 children are fighting in Colombia's armed conflict. Each year, hundreds are rescued or escape — but it's too risky to return home. Mercy Corps is helping them start over.

Learn more about how we're helping reclaim Colombia's children of war:>hear their stories<> info on mercycorps<

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Micah Zenko on Foreign Threats to the United States

With the FBI and CIA consistently foiling their own plots, these
guys aren't telling us anything we didn't already know.

We already know all about 'threat inflation' and the process of
hyping terror threats to coerce the public into going along with
our government's aggression, both inward and outward.

It is, however, unexpected to hear honest talk about 'threat
inflation' from Foreign Affairs magazine and Council on Foreign
Relations mouth pieces.

The world really is upside down, and for once I don't mind...                          >click to listen to interview<

brain washed media fool given a lesson on iran

Listen to the caller's solution to Iran. Scary several people believe what they hear and read in main stream media.>click here to listen<

Sunday, May 20, 2012

F is for Fraud, the Disabled Veterans National Foundation rip-off

$56 million was donated over three years to the Disabled Veterans
National Foundation and not one vet was helped by this organization.

If you want to donate money to help veterans, then please continue
to do so, we all know that our war veterans aren't getting an equal
return from the government for what they sacrificed in our nation's

This horror story, in which good people gave to a good cause and
got ripped-off, is an example as to why you should always look into
a charity's accreditation before donating...                                                   >complete story<

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Debate Over Using Drones To Monitor American Cities

Despite promises that the 2012 NDAA wouldn't apply to military
operations on U.S. soil or be used against American Citizens,
Congressional Record makes it clear the act will deploy military
drones controlled by NASA and the DOJ under authorization contained
with the 2012 NDAA.

It's NOT just about privacy, which is a worthy concern on its own,
but it is also about using the military and military equipment
against American citizens.      

Remembering CPL Frank A. Neary

CPL Neary's daughter Jessica DiNapoli spoke about her father's life and service. Marine Corporal Neary was wounded in action on Feb. 24, 1967 in the Quang Ngai Province in Vietnam. His death in 2006 was deemed to be a result of the wounds received in combat. On May 13th, 2012, CPL Neary's name was added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.                             >Listen to her tribute<

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Divest From War

Are you worried about a preemptive Israeli attack on Iran dragging the US and the entire Middle East into yet another war?

Do you feel helpless in the face of our so-called elected officials' unwillingness to stand up to the Israeli government?

The Israeli government is not worried about the US Congress or any western in government. However, they are worried about grassroots boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movements that are challenging their impunity.

We can use this concern to help raise the cost of an attack on Iran, and thereby help prevent the next war in the Middle East.

By signing the Divest From War Pledge, you commit to boycotting Israel and Israeli products, and divesting from Israeli government bonds if Israel initiates a preemptive attack on Iran.

All peace-loving people around the world are encouraged to sign this pledge.

Click on the link below to read and sign the Divest From War pledge
>click here to begin<

Hubert H Humphrey: The Art of the Possible

For the last half of the 20th century, America was consumed by two struggles: the civil rights movement and the cold war. For 30 years, Hubert Humphrey stood at the center of both. As a soldier of the New Deal and the Great Society, he amassed one of the most prolific legislative records in senate history, sponsoring hundreds of bills--from Medicare to the Peace Corps to the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

>click to order<

BREAKING: HISTORIC JUDGMENT. Bush & Associates Found Guilty of Torture

A solid case for the prosecution of Bush, Blair, Rumsfeld, Cheney, their legal counsel and others, for war crimes, crimes against the peace, torture, and crimes against humanity has been established at the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal with a guilty verdict on day 5 of the third major session of the Tribunal.

The Tribunal recommends to the War Crimes Commission to give the widest international publicity to this conviction and grant of reparations, as these are universal crimes for which there is a responsibility upon nations to institute prosecutions if any of these Accused persons may enter their jurisdictions. Global Research Director Michel Chossudovsky is a member of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission and was present throughout the Tribunal hearings. >the rest of the findings<

Monday, May 14, 2012

KL War Crimes Tribunal pushes for Bush guilty verdict

Former US president George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld are on trial in absentia, in Kuala Lumpur. They stand accused by a war crimes tribunal for their role in permitting torture techniques in Bagram, Abu Ghraib and Guantanemo.

The court heard testimony earlier from 54 year old Iraqi widow; Jameela Abbas. In January 2003, the mother of four was snatched from her home by Us troops, along with family members.

Jameela was subjected to 6 months of interrogation at Abu Graib. Her nephew was stripped and tortured in the same cell. Co-prosecutor Francis Boyle says that acts of sexual degradation during interrogations were common place.

Francis Boyle. ‘Rampant sexual abuse actually comes from an Israeli anthropologist who wrote a book saying that Arabs and Muslims are particularly susceptible so that neo conservatives under Bush junior who worked for the Pentagon, Wolfowitz, Fife and the rest of them, and who are Zionists and are close to Israel, and decided to implement it.

Court footage or preferred Nuremberg Trial footage - Nazis in uniform - American soldiers breaking down front doors of homes and conducting searches.

In a dynamic summary of its case- the prosecution drew parallels with the Nuremberg trials; Where Nazis from the high command through the field and legal levels, were found guilty. Bush regime lawyers are also on trial here.

There is a direct comparison in some instances, namely that the Nazis had used the security threat to the German people as a basis for doing what they did. And George Bush had used 9/11 as a threat to the American people.

On Thursday, the defense has the unenviable task of rebutting three days of compelling evidence against the Bush administration. Meanwhile, the victims of American occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan will be hoping a guilty verdict- may finally lead to real convictions in the future.                    >click to hear <

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Prozac: The Military's Secret Weapon

U.S. combat troops are taking daily doses of antidepressants to calm nerves strained by repeated and lengthy tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. The medicines are intended not only to help troops keep their cool but also to enable the already strapped Army to preserve its most precious resource: soldiers on the front lines. Data contained in the Army's fifth Mental Health Advisory Team report indicate that, according to an anonymous survey of U.S. troops taken last fall, about 12% of combat troops in Iraq and 17% of those in Afghanistan are taking prescription antidepressants or sleeping pills to help them cope. Escalating violence in Afghanistan and the more isolated mission have driven troops to rely more on medication there than in Iraq, military officials say.                          >click to hear interview<

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Conversation with Chris Hedges- Media Roots TV

Media Roots sits down for a short conversation with Chris Hedges, an American journalist, author, and war correspondent.

Hedges gives Media Roots a sobering take on American culture, relaying a grim yet powerful perspective on the current political and societal state of the US.  >click to hear conversation<

Lt. Col. Davis and others have called for public Congressional hearings to expose the truth about Afghanistan.

The Military and Congress don’t want Americans to know the truth about Afghanistan; it appears they are more interested in “saving face” than in saving the lives of those who continue to serve and the innocent civilians who are victims of conflict.
Davis states in his report:

“Senior ranking U.S. military leaders have so distorted the truth when communicating with the US Congress and American people in regards to conditions on the ground in Afghanistan that the truth has become unrecognizable.”

Read Lt. Col. Davis’ full report and watch his interview on Democracy Now.
>click here to listen<                                                                                                                                   We need an alternative to a U.S. military presence in Afghanistan to bring about stability in Afghanistan.  The U.S. mission needs to change.  Here are two steps we endorse:

    Facilitate and mediate a negotiated and comprehensive political solution that includes Afghanistan and its neighbors for regional stability that benefits all.  
    Continue to provide constructive and transparent humanitarian assistance to the Afghan people through the U.N. and other neutral international bodies, providing them with such necessities as clean water, electricity, education and basic healthcare. These steps must be carried out as we remove U.S. troops and bases.

- UFPJ Afghanistan Working Group

United for Peace & Justice

Another 10 years for our military in Afghanistan? You've got to be kidding!

On May 1st President Obama and Afghan President Karzai signed a 10 year Strategic Partnership Agreement paving the way for U.S. military involvement beyond the scheduled 2014 troop withdrawal date.   Presented as a way to end the war, the plan continues to rely on military solutions rather than the peaceful alternatives desperately needed by the Afghan people.

Meanwhile the House of Representatives is poised to vote on a FY 2013 Defense Authorization bill, which contains another $88.4 billion to continue the war in Afghanistan. 

Over the course of more than a decade, almost 2,000 U.S. troops have died and over 15,000 have been injured (many maimed for life) trying to create a stable Afghanistan at the cost of over half a trillion dollars.  In the year since Osama bin Laden was killed, 381 more soldiers have died.  The toll of death and destruction for the people of Afghanistan has been far worse.  With all the loss of blood and treasure the U.S. has not been able to stop the Taliban nor create an effective Afghan government.

The number of U.S. troops being killed or injured by Afghan security forces continues to rise.  There is no trust between members of two militaries that are supposedly allied.  How does anything positive happen under these circumstances?  

Tell President Obama, your Senators and House Representative that Americans want an end to this war and the removal of our troops Now.  Ask your House member to vote in favor of Barbara Lee’s amendment that limits the use war funding for Afghanistan “only for purposes of providing for the safe and orderly withdrawal from Afghanistan of all members of the Armed Forces and Department of Defense contractor personnel.” We also demand public Congressional hearings take place to investigate Lt. Col. Davis’ Afghanistan report.  Our troops and all Americans deserve the truth.>click here to send a message<

The Afghanistan Report the Pentagon Doesn't Want You to Read

RS Politics Daily
by: Michael Hastings
Courtesy of the United States Military

Earlier this week, the New York Times’ Scott Shane published a bombshell piece about Lt. Colonel Daniel Davis, a 17-year Army veteran recently returned from a second tour in Afghanistan. According to the Times, the 48-year-old Davis had written an 84-page unclassified report, as well as a classified report, offering his assessment of the decade-long war. That assessment is essentially that the war has been a disaster and the military's top brass has not leveled with the American public about just how badly it’s been going. "How many more men must die in support of a mission that is not succeeding?" Davis boldly asks in an article summarizing his views in The Armed Forces Journal.

Davis last month submitted the unclassified report –titled "Dereliction of Duty II: Senior Military Leader’s Loss of Integrity Wounds Afghan War Effort" – for an internal Army review. Such a report could then be released to the public. However, according to U.S. military officials familiar with the situation, the Pentagon is refusing to do so. Rolling Stone has now obtained a full copy of the 84-page unclassified version, which has been making the rounds within the U.S. government, including the White House. We've decided to publish it in full; it's well worth reading for yourself. It is, in my estimation, one of the most significant documents published by an active-duty officer in the past ten years.

Here is the report's damning opening lines: "Senior ranking U.S. military leaders have so distorted the truth when communicating with the U.S. Congress and American people in regards to conditions on the ground in Afghanistan that the truth has become unrecognizable. This deception has damaged America’s credibility among both our allies and enemies, severely limiting our ability to reach a political solution to the war in Afghanistan." Davis goes on to explain that everything in the report is "open source" – i.e., unclassified – information. According to Davis, the classified report, which he legally submitted to Congress, is even more devastating. "If the public had access to these classified reports they would see the dramatic gulf between what is often said in public by our senior leaders and what is actually true behind the scenes," Davis writes. "It would be illegal for me to discuss, use, or cite classified material in an open venue and thus I will not do so; I am no WikiLeaks guy Part II."

According to the Times story, Davis briefed four members of Congress and a dozen staff members and sent his reports to the Defense Department’s inspector general, and of course spoke to a New York Times reporter; only after all that did he inform his chain of command what he'd been up to. Evidently Davis's truth-telling campaign has rattled the Pentagon brass, prompting unnamed officials to retaliate by threatening a bogus investigation for "possible security violations," according to NBC News.

Although Davis's critics have tried to brush off his claims as merely the opinions of a "reservist," – as Max Boot put it – his report is full of insight, analysis, and hard data that back up each one of his claims. He details the gross failure of training the Afghan Army, the military's blurring of the lines between public affairs and "information operations" (meaning, essentially, propaganda), and the Pentagon's manipulation of the U.S. media. (He expertly contrasts senior military officials public statements with the actual reality on the ground.) Davis concludes: "It is my recommendation that the United States Congress – the House and Senate Armed Services Committees in particular – should conduct a bi-partisan investigation into the various charges of deception or dishonesty in this report and hold broad hearings as well," he writes. "These hearings need to include the very senior generals and former generals whom I refer to in this report so they can be given every chance to publicly give their version of events." In other words, put the generals under oath, and then see what story they tell.

Michael Hastings is a contributing editor to Rolling Stone and author of The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America's War in Afghanistan.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

The End of Poverty?

The aphorism "The poor are always with us" dates back to the New Testament, but while the phrase is still sadly apt in the 21st century, few seem to be able to explain why poverty is so widespread. Activist filmmaker Philippe Diaz examines the history and impact of economic inequality in the third world in the documentary The End of Poverty?, and makes the compelling argument that it's not an accident or simple bad luck that has created a growing underclass around the world.

Diaz traces the growth of global poverty back to colonization in the 15th century, and features interviews with a number of economists, sociologists, and historians who explain how poverty is the clear consequence of free-market economic policies that allow powerful nations to exploit poorer countries for their assets and keep money in the hands of the wealthy rather than distributing it more equitably to the people who have helped them gain their fortunes.

Diaz also explores how wealthy nations (especially the United States) seize a disproportionate share of the world's natural resources, and how this imbalance is having a dire impact on the environment as well as the economy. The End of Poverty? was an official selection at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.                                >click to watch<

Friday, May 4, 2012

Part 1 Introduction; Too many peace processes and too little peace

Through the eyes of a Palestinian Christian: 7 keys to understanding the Israeli -- Palestinian conflict
Rev. Dr. Mitri Raheb
Pastor, Christmas Lutheran Church
Bethlehem, West Bank
Founder, Bright Stars of Bethlehem NFP
Part 1 of 7                                                                                                 >listen to part one<

Final Approval of All Legislation, by We, the People - Drake Has Great Idea, Benjamin Fulford Nods

Benjamin Fulford reported arrests, but so far, we have not seen any
Now, Drake is telling us that arrests are imminent and we hope so
Drake comes from a military background, intelligence and high security clearance
For this reason, I did not trust him, but he's talking my language when he says that the people will have the final approval on all legislation
He's also talking about abolishing the IRS and doing away with the Federal Reserve
We have not seen Drake's face, but if he has two horns growing on top of his head and wears a red suit, I'm still going with him, as long as he gets the IRS off our backs and gives ......We, the say on all legislation, laws and executive orders
What government has legitimacy, if not sanctioned by the people? None!
Is anyone happy with our government today, with cameras, everywhere and the threat of them turning off our water at any time?
In just three days we're dead!
If you store rainwater, you might be a terrorist
If you store food, you might be a terrorist
If you try to fly, they ask you why and suspect that you are a terrorist, but if we ask why on building #7 they don't want to talk about 9/11
If you're not yet a Drake aficionado, then you might want to come up to speed     >click to hear presentation<

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Rothschild Wants Iran’s Banks

Could gaining control of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CBI) be one of the main reasons that Iran is being targeted by Western and Israeli powers? As tensions are building up for an unthinkable war with Iran, it is worth exploring Iran’s banking system compared to its U.S., British and Israeli counterparts.

Some researchers are pointing out that Iran is one of only three countries left in the world whose central bank is not under Rothschild control. Before 9-11 there were reportedly seven: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran. By 2003, however, Afghanistan and Iraq were swallowed up by the Rothschild octopus, and by 2011 Sudan and Libya were also gone. In Libya, a Rothschild bank was established in Benghazi while the country was still at war.

Islam forbids the charging of usury, the practice of charging excessive, unreasonably high, and often illegal interestrates on loans, and that is a major problem for the Rothschild banking system. Until a few hundred years ago usury was also forbidden in the Christian world and was even punishable by death. It was considered exploitation and enslavement.

Since the Rothschilds took over the Bank of England they have been expanding their banking control over all the countries of the world. Their method has been to get a country’s corrupt politicians to accept massive loans, which they can never repay, and thus go into debt to the Rothschild banking powers. If a leader refuses to accept the loan, he is oftentimes either ousted or assassinated. And if that fails, invasions can follow, and a Rothschild usury-based bank is established.

The Rothschilds exert powerful influence over the world’s major news agencies. By repetition, the masses are duped into believing horror stories about evil villains. The Rothschilds control the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the IMF, the World Bank and the Bank of International Settlements. Also they own most of the gold in the world as well as the London Gold Exchange, which sets the price of gold every day. It is said the family owns over half the wealth of the planet—estimated by Credit Suisse to be $231 trillion—and is controlled by Evelyn Rothschild, the current head of the family.

Objective researchers contend that Iran is not being demonized because they are a nuclear threat, just as the Taliban, Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Libya’s Muammar Qadaffi were not a threat.

What then is the real reason? Is it the trillions to be made in oil profits, or the trillions in war profits? Is it to bankrupt the U.S. economy, or is it to start World War III? Is it to destroy Israel’s enemies, or to destroy the Iranian central bank so that no one is left to defy Rothschild’s money racket?

It might be any one of those reasons or, worse—it might be all of them.

By Pete Papaherakles