Wednesday, October 31, 2012


American Deer Hunters: An Effective Fighting Force?

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 55 minutes ago
The debate on whether all the deer hunters in this country would make an unbeatable guerrilla fighting force continues. If you're late to the party, as I am, here's a recap: The debate started with Oleg Volk's post, The Mis-Directed Fetish of Marksmanship in which he questions their ability to fight against a well trained regular fighting force and be effective. American Mercenary more »

Links for 2012-10-30 []

- Jim Rogers: Romney and Obama are both the same - Hurricane Sandy ~ All Hype and Distraction : Mike Rivero | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Hurricane Sandy ~ All Hype and Distraction : Mike Rivero - Jesse Ventura Latest Exclusive Interview | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Jesse Ventura Latest Exclusive Interview - Alex Jones ~ Halloween Zombie Attack | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Alex Jones ~ Halloween Zombie Attack - David Icke ~ The Shield of Smoke & Mirrors | Gerald Celente Trends Blog David Icke ~ The Shield of Smoke & Mirrors - David Icke ~ The Shiel... more »

Video: Dog Shot By Omaha Police Officer

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 10 hours ago
Here we go again. Whether it's tazing a 10 year old, or conducting illegal rectal exams, or killing an innocent person on a raid in the wrong house, it seems that the thing cops enjoy most is killing dogs. An Omaha police officer shot and killed a dog on a public sidewalk. The officer’s report claims the shooting was justified; however, the owners call the incident an execution of a more »

Magtech First Defense Justice - Ammo Review

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 12 hours ago
Okay this is my first ammo review with less than ideal conditions. Ammo was generously donated by Lucky Gunner. So I was asked to evaluate and report on the Magtech First Defense Justice round in .45acp. Bullets - 165 grain +P solid copper hollow point (SCHP) Tin-coated Casings - nickel-plated brass Primer - boxer Velocity (Muzzle): 1100 fps Velocity (50 Yards/Meters): 1030 fps more »

Intellectual Honesty

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 13 hours ago
Are you Intellectually Honest? If you spent 20 years in the congregation of Rev. Wright, would you disavow the man and his ideals when politically convenient? If you stood with a man who claims to be an honest and Godly man, yet you discover he is a liar, would you still stand with him? More: You discover that he is a liar for self-aggrandizement and egotistical reasons. Honesty is one of those core values that is not negotiable in my world. Of course there are a few caveats. Lying to protect an operation or an ally is justifiable. Fibbing to your wife about the skirt with t... more »

Justice Under Alfred

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 13 hours ago
Under the law of Alfred the Great, coiners who debased the currency were subject to having their hand nailed to their front door. Of course, that was way back then... ...way back when the rulers of the land recognized that to debase the currency was to, in effect, ...steal a man's labor, ...his irreplaceable time, and therefore... The theft of his very life. Yeah. That was way back then. We're much more civilized now. Right? more »

Vehicle Repairs (Pic Heavy)

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 18 hours ago
The other night, I went to change out spark plugs. The Ford Triton engine in my Expedition has a new style of spark plug, a two-piece plug that takes a nonstandard 9/16" socket. The problem with these is that they have a history of coming apart. Most shops I have contacted won't mess with these plugs under a "tune-up" deal- they break too often. So I had a choice- get the truck to a shop for repair at $80/hour, or buy the tool made specifically for this problem and do it myself. So I bought the tool, the Lisle (LIS65600) Broken Spark Plug Remover for Ford Triton 3 Valve Engines. ... more »

Cop Tazes 10-Year-Old Boy For Refusing To Clean Patrol Car

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 20 hours ago
Still think cops are there to serve in the interest of public safety? Yeah, was just one cop. Don't paint the entire profession with a broad brush based on a few bad apples you say. Well in case you haven't been paying attention lately, it seems that the bad apples out number the good ones these days. “Career day" at Tularosa New Mexico Intermediate School went terribly wrong more »

Elections to be postponed? Not so much...

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 20 hours ago
Politico floated a balloon today about postponing the elections. I suspect the balloon was designed to see who would balk. An ink pack squirted into the water to see where the dye ends up. Here in my neighborhood, we escaped with no damage, a few limbs down. In the greater DC area it is mostly power failures. New Jersey and New York were hit hardest. Pennsylvania is the only state with any electoral significance, and a delay only helps the Rs. So, ask yourself who would benefit from a delay at the national level if voting were suspended. Most of the country understands that b... more »

Slow-walking the truth.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Or the cover-up, take your pick. more »

Pilgrim's Pride: Guest Post

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
*The following was received in the comments on this post from Pilgrim's Pride.* *I feel it warrants a "guest post" all on its own. It is the most convincing argument I have heard thus far, or perhaps the most convincing presentation of an argument I have seen in various forms.* * It is worth more than a little consideration.* ******* This is what happens when a people are disorganized and "the right" is about as disorganized as possible. Strike that: we are thoroughly organized. Organized right out of mankind and into a well-oiled machine of Sheople and cogs. But I digress. The... more »

Race in the 2012 Campaign

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
*(Yes, I realize that, as a white man, speaking about race in the way I am here carries with it the risk of getting the label "Wacist" attached to me. I am fine with that, but as a rebuttal, I point to the plethora of mainstream media articles that are saying similar things, written by Blacks and Hispanics. It is a hypocritical and racist society that allows some races to speak about racial injustices, but not others. I refuse to be cowed by such a society's arbitrarily assigned, and therefore completely worthless, stigmas. Take that as you wish.)* Here is the most substantial ... more »

PJB is a Hope-and-Changer

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
And now Pat Buchanan is a hope-and-changer. I read that article as a critique of Obama, and a list of unrealistic expectations that PJB wishes Romney would live up to. With no evidence whatsoever that Romney is going to quit being a collectivist anytime soon, I find it very hard to share PJB's optimism. In fact, I do not believe optimism is the right word. I'd say its more like fantasy. * * *"Romney alone offers a possibility of hope and change." * In the end, Pat's closing statement comes across* *to me more as hope-against-hope, or hope-against-all-evidence* *more than it is ac... more »

Matt Bracken: Did Obama Withhold Cross-Border Authority?

Ironwill III at Resistor in the Rockies - 1 day ago
Matt (via Facebook) gives his analysis on what happened that night on 9-11-12 in Benghazi and concludes it was a setup. Feel free to repost this everywhere under my name. My main "qualification" to speak to this issue was being a SEAL officer, and leading a 25-man navspecwar det to Beirut. Did Obama withhold Cross-Border Authority? Please help me. I am trying as hard as I can to get more »

Links for 2012-10-29 []

- The Invisible Machine ~ The Future Weapon of Mass Destruction | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The Invisible Machine ~ The Future Weapon of Mass Destruction - People Are Not Commodities | Gerald Celente Trends Blog People Are Not Commodities - Who Rules America? | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Who Rules America? - Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux - Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Our Enemy, The State ~ by Stefan Molyneux - Our Enemy... more »

When a Man reveals who he is, believe him...

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - 1 day ago
If you run a blog or comment frequently, your true nature will be revealed at some point. A lesson more Patriots need to learn *and apply* is that not everyone who calls himself a "Patriot" or "Liberty" advocate is to be counted as an ally and entrusted with your life. I'm not going to write a long essay on the topic. I already know the lesson. I know who I am. I know what I am and of what I am capable. I know what is beyond my reach. I know where I am going. When a man reveals his true self and I find it contrary to my ideals or goals I move on, and that man is no longer a... more »

Outdated Napoleonic Tactics? There Are Applications...

Arctic Patriot at The Arctic Patriot - 1 day ago
Example above of the refused flank, used on the offensive. Also known as the oblique order. There's a defensive application to refusing the flank as well, used when one is in danger of being flanked. Chamberlain used it on Little Round Top to defeat the utterly dehydrated and exhausted 15th and 47th Alabama regiments who charged up that hill umpteen times. I've ran up that hill in July in full wool uniform, carrying an 1863 combat load. It's *not* fun. Here is what he did. Look at the left flank of the blue (Federal) lines. That very last crooked line represents the 20th Main... more »

The Old Guard on Duty.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
*The Old Guard Tomb of The Unknowns, Arlington* more »

Praxis: Suspenders.

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
*From a regular reader:* *About a year ago you ran a Praxis on military pants suspenders. In response I bought two pairs at $9 @ and used one pair at work. They were everything the praxis said, but recently one of the straps tore. I went looking for a more available substitute and found one, and it was cheaper. This may be useful for anyone unable to find the GI originals. Walmart carries suspenders under the George brand at $6.50 @. There are two styles, one where the crossover is sewn and another where it passes through a triangular buckle that permits you to adjust the location... more »

ALLARD: Obama knew about the attack, ignored three requests for help

Dutchman6 at Sipsey Street Irregulars - 1 day ago
Cold political play could cost him the election. Ken Allard is nobody's fool. This Benghazi deal may finally be the thing that delegitimizes Obama permanently from the military. Not only that, but it has burned up Petraeus' over-blown reputation too. He should have known better than to have become Obama's toady.

Friday, October 26, 2012



Loose tweets sink ships: Secret Service sets up hotline for ‘suspicious’ web posts

RT News
With less than two weeks to go before the US presidential election, the Secret Service is ramping up its intelligence-gathering efforts and asking Twitter users to report threatening tweets against politicians to a local field office.
Debates over the November 6 election are already raging on social media: Users exchanged around 6.5 million tweets during the third presidential debate on Monday, and a few of the messages contained death threats against President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney.

Another 21 million tweets were made during the previous vice presidential and two presidential debates.
The US Secret Service, which is tasked with protecting the president and top government officials, recently issued a statement on their Twitter account asking users to report threatening tweets: “To report a tweet that concerns you, call the nearest field office in your state.”


How to Takeover Your Government and the Dramatic Sheriff's Race

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Liberty Takeover 2012 is a Florida-based organization devoted to restoring principles in politics by supporting campaigns to get liberty-minded candidates elected into office.

Liberty Takeover 2012 has developed a grassroots system that can override establishment campaigns, money and lobbying. Liberty Takeover 2012's strategy is to involve people as volunteers in the smallest political area -- the precinct -- in order to educate and influence their neighbors to vote for the liberty candidate.

According to Liberty Takeover 2012, elections can be won by convincing only 4 out of 10 people about the merits of liberty candidates. Believe it or not, it only takes about 10 volunteers working together in each precinct to accomplish these goals. Remember, many people are searching for expert information and welcome volunteer educators. Click here for more information.

Liberty Takeover's strategy is not yet fully implemented, so it is an uphill battle to get lesser-known and unfunded liberty candidates elected. However, Liberty Takeover 2012 is supporting candidate Bernie DeCastro who running for the important office of sheriff in Marion County who has a promising chance at winning. Bernie DeCastro is endorsed by Sheriff Mack who wrote the book on Constitutional sheriffs.




Lets see...

Not seek cover behind a nation made up of rocks? Check.

Fire blindly and not use your ACOG? Check.

Charge down a hill, and roll a zero when you tumble down? Check.

FINALLY seek cover behind a rock yet have your weapon knocked away from you via a 7.62mm round? Check.

No coordination or control from Sarge? No discipline? Check.

Whine "I'm Hit!" twelve times? Check.

Look like a doofus when you stupidly upload your video? Check.

Reinforce the proverb "God loves fools and children?" Check.


God Bless the Threeper Who Sent Me This.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 2 hours ago
This put my SKS project well along in the planning stage. I am attempting a number of things with this project. I have been asked why, indeed, I am trying so hard to build another SKS, which are viewed by some gunnies as, ahem, lesser quality firearms shall we say.The first reason is that we are coming up on one of those turning of the tides and do not wish to have anything left undone. If I have the parts to build an SKS, then let it be built now. If I have components to put back ammo, then let that too be done before King Barack stays or goes.The second reason is that this wil...more »

Random Thoughts, Part Three; Militia Rising (or not)

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 2 hours ago
So, late one night when the demented guy next door was hollering, I ended up watching an episode of Militia Rising, which claims to showcase "America’s Top Militia Forces Prepped For Society’s Worst-Case-Scenarios."Not really. The best groups never, ever go around television cameras. So I suppose Discovery settled for what they could get. There were three units of the "Watchmen" in this episode, one in Arizona, one in Indiana and one in Florida.Without knowing anything else but what was shown, these are my reactions: The Florida bunch impressed me the most, although why, oh, wh...more »

Random Thoughts, Part Two: FOX's Finest Hour

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 3 hours ago
If Obama loses the election, it will be FOX's publication of the State Department emails that will have killed his re-election chances. We are now seeing is the difference between Benghazi and Gunwalker. Fast and Furious was run as a classic black bag op with informal lines of communication, command and control. The State Department has completely standardized ways of handling things through procedures that cannot be circumvented.

Random Thoughts Generated During a Hospital Stay, Part One: Mitten's "Movement."

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 3 hours ago
I heard Mittens say on FOX one night that he had a "movement." Mittens has no "movement" that I know of, unless it might be a bowel movement he's referring to. What he has politically is a disparate anti-Obama coalition that couldn't agree on how to organize a two car funeral.He is only the nominee because, in spite of every so-called conservative opposed to him in the primaries, he is the last man standing. More to the point, this anti-Obama coalition will disappear with the election regardless of who wins or loses.The GOP elites, who foisted this candidate upon us, will belie...more »

Leadership and the One-Way-Radio

Arctic Patriotat The Arctic Patriot- 4 hours ago
The picture above is of King Alfred. Alfred saved his people from being conquered by insisting that people and towns take action to defend themselves and their interests. These measures held off invaders until larger relief forces could arrive. This is decentralized leadership (coming, as it did, from a Monarch) nearly at its finest. His leadership saved his people. I admire him as the great leader he was for his steps to push responsibility and the "ownership" of defense downward, whatever his other faults may have been.Read on... Sitting in a class/business practices me...more »

Still in the Fight. Back Home Now, Firin' Up the Keyboard.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 7 hours ago
Looks like we'll have the porch rebuilt with the help of an old friend by Saturday. If somebody happens by and sees me coming down the steps they'll probably think that I'm just returned from a fast commuter flight from Cap'n Tony's in Key West. My neighborhood nickname will probably be changed to "Lurch."*"You Rang?"*And for all you folks who tweaked me about "left leaning," I promise to put a new meaning to the phrase. I can now maneuver with walker and wheelchair ("weak side foot when going down the steps, strong side foot when going up") and I'm darn glad to get away from...more »

David Codrea: Rediscovered news account sheds light on Fast and Furious deception.

Dutchman6at Sipsey Street Irregulars- 7 hours ago
A two-year old news article about Arizona guns falling into the hands of Mexican cartels, that preceded the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and the unraveling of government-sanctioned gunwalking, has been rediscovered by Attorney David Hardy on his Of Arms and the Law blog. The story was filed “[r]ight in the middle of the Fast and Furious gunrunning,” Hardy observes, adding “with SAC William Newell overseeing the operation.”

Links for 2012-10-25 []

- Charles Goyette ~ America Headed Toward Bankruptcy | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Charles Goyette ~ America Headed Toward Bankruptcy - The Three Strikes Law of Injustice | Gerald Celente Trends Blog The Three Strikes Law of Injustice - Hegelian Dialectic ~ The No. 1 Tool of the Illuminati Control | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Hegelian Dialectic ~ The No. 1 Tool of the Illuminati Control - Michael Tsarion Deep Down The Rabbit Hole | Gerald Celente Trends Blog Michael Tsarion Deep Down The Rabbit Hole - Peter Schiff: Gold to $5,000 Real Fiscal Cliff ...more »

Mosby: Escape and Evasion Operations, Part One: Planning Considerations

Ironwill IIIat Resistor in the Rockies- 11 hours ago
Escape-and-evasion operations are a traditional task of Special Forces in the UW paradigm. It is also a historically critical resistance operation. Much of the following section of this discussion will revolve around the doctrinal theory behind E&E operations, with much more specific details to follow in sequel articles. Read the rest here.

Janos on Rightful Liberty

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 16 hours ago
Janos explores Jefferson's Rightful Liberty. I would add a single caveat, it is in my personal "Code", if you will. Jefferson said, and I'll paraphrase, If it neither picks my pocket or breaks my leg, it is not my concern.In my world, I add: But once I know that one's *intent* is to pick my pocket or break my leg, (or that of my Tribe) I am morally free to strike first. And I don't do Proportionate Response.Here's the link. It is a good piece.KerodinIII

Spark Plugs

Arctic Patriotat The Arctic Patriot- 18 hours ago
Anyone else every have issues with newer model Ford spark plugs?They're weird, need a nonstandard 9/16" socket, and have a history of breaking apart inside the engine.Bad, bad, bad, evil, wicked, stupid Ford. *These marvels of engineering are two-piece, and like to come apart inside the engine*.I would qualify for an idiotry award had I broken one off, but I didn't- these plugs came out nice and easy. In two pieces.As designed.With part of it still in the hole.If you have an 8 cylinder Ford with the two-part plugs (mine is an '07), I'd suggest swapping them out for some ...more »

The Lady "Gets it..."

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 19 hours ago
Lady Hawkweed is one of us.Here.KerodinIII

Liberty is the only hope for Humanity

Kerodinat III Percent Patriots- 22 hours ago
One need only scan the headlines of Drudge during any given week to see the means by which Enemies of Liberty mean to enslave the Human animal in every corner of planet Earth.When one steps back far enough from a problem, you become able to see the big picture, rather than remaining mired in the details and minutia, the "Sparklies" that keep you distracted from the real issues.On Earth today there is a struggle among Men for control of the planet. There are four primary players. Islam. Marxism. Self-Interest/Greed (We can call this one Human Nature). Liberty.Right now, L...more »

Seattle Police Display Drones They Hope To Deploy

Ironwill IIIat Resistor in the Rockies- 1 day ago
The public will have its first chance to view the drone aircraft Seattle police hope to deploy during a 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 25) presentation at Garfield Community Center.Though a drone will not be flown at the community center, 2323 E. Cherry St., one will be on display and police will answer questions about the department's unmanned aerial vehicles, police said.Oh goody!Come

Thursday, October 25, 2012


Arranging a US Famine

by Byron Steadman
At a time when the US government talks of food shortages yet is doing nothing to ensure food for its people but is doing numbers of things that seriously increase the threat and leave people more helpless, it is relevant to look at again at the famine in Ireland in the 19th century, considered “one of the darkest chapters in world history.”  This matters because the famine appears now to have been caused intentionally.
The Famine Plot: England’s Role in Ireland’s Greatest Tragedy
“During a Biblical seven years in the middle of the nineteenth century, Ireland experienced the worst disaster a nation could suffer. Fully a quarter of its citizens either perished from starvation or emigrated, with so many dying en route that it was said, “you can walk dry shod to America on their bodies.” In this grand, sweeping narrative, Ireland”s best-known historian, Tim Pat Coogan, gives a fresh and comprehensive account of one of the darkest chapters in world history, arguing that Britain was in large part responsible for the extent of the national tragedy, and in fact engineered the food shortage in one of the earliest cases of ethnic cleansing. So strong was anti-Irish sentiment in the mainland that the English parliament referred to the famine as “God’s lesson.”
“Drawing on recently uncovered sources, and with the sharp eye of a seasoned historian, Coogan delivers fresh insights into the famine’s causes, recounts its unspeakable events, and delves into the legacy of the “famine mentality” that followed immigrants across the Atlantic to the shores of the United States and had lasting effects on the population left behind. This is a broad, magisterial history of a tragedy that shook the nineteenth century and still impacts the worldwide Irish diaspora of nearly 80 million people today.”
The list of things that the government has done or has put in place that would only exacerbate or even cause food shortages are many and they run side by side with policies that prevent ordinary people and especially the poor from growing their own food.
An article on Alexandria, Virginia, exposes how it quietly removed home gardens from the poor in public housing, while loudly touting access to fresh local food it had itself ended, as well as promoting community gardens, which the city controls, and in what turns out to be extremely limited number and limited space to grow food, and charges a fee.  This sleight of hand has occurred across the US.  Cities proudly proclaim community gardens but behind the scenes, they have removed the poor’s access to growing food on the land they live on, including simply growing food in pots.
Primarily using recent corporate “food safety” laws as the weapon to curtail people’s producing or sharing or selling food themselves, laws have been put into place and police actions have been occurring that expose a pattern of
  • Cities are passing “food safety” ordinances making it a crime for people to give food to the homeless.
  • Cities and states are using armed agencies to attack local food producers, having turned misdemeanors around such minor infractions as certification, into felonies and even conspiracies to sell fresh food.  Worse, people are being accused of breaking laws that are not even in existence.
  • The FDA is attacking organic farms and food producers, especially around access to raw milk, even as the CDC puts out false information on it that is at odds with the CDC’s own data which show it to be as much as 35,000 times safer than other foods.  It is the only real milk in the country.
  • The USDA has shut down most small local meat processors across the country – despite no history of contamination – and left the biggest corporate processors in place, despite an on-going history of illnesses and deaths from contamination.  In shutting down local processors, the government has cut local communities off from control over local food, and left them at the whim of the big processors to deliver meat at all.
  • Having gotten rid of the small operations, the multinationals have just demonstrated why they put “food safety” laws into place.  The food safety agency in Canada (with USDA’s help) just brought a major slaughtering operation to destruction in only a few days and with no means provided for the company to correct any alleged problem – setting it up for easy picking by the multinationals.
  • The food safety division of the FDA has been directly asserting in court that people have no right to choose their own food, or to contract with each other,  and even no right to their own health.
  • Corporate lawyers have gotten food redefined as “stuff” knowing that GMOs do not fulfill the definition of food.  The basic of nutritional aspect of food is entirely missing as is its capacity to heal, and support fertility.
  • The EPA is one step closer to approving Dow’s Agent Orange pesticide , and thus opens up the possibility of the FDA declaring an infestation or contamination on organic farms and ordering aerial spraying with this new Agent Orange “pesticide,” thus wiping out normal agriculture in the US and truly killing the soil, animals, insects and ultimately, people.  This scenario is folded into the food safety law, designed by Monsanto’s VP Michael Taylor who is now running the FDA’s food safety division using that law, putting Monsanto in charge of all farms in the US.  Given that the DHS has declared organic crops bio-threats, and the USDA has listed earthworms – the indication of a healthy ecosystem – as an invasive species, the door is open to the FDA ordering the spraying of Agent Orange pesticide on private local organic farms and even gardens.
  • The food safety law allows for the shut down of food into cities if contamination is declared, without it having to be proven, and as though absolute starvation were preferable to contaminated food.  These provisions codify how the government behaved in New Orleans after Katrina, shutting off delivery of food and water (even donated by citizens), and preventing people from leaving the area, and gunning down unarmed people who broke into stores to obtain food.
  • The government is moving ahead rapidly with GMO approvals despite emergency warnings from agricultural experts that farm animals are going sterile and agriculture itself could collapse here.
  • In Michigan, the Department of Natural Resources, leaving all logic – except the profit of industrial agriculture – behind, has declared small farmers’ heritage pigs, which are raised behind fences, and raised on pasture, “feral” and “invasive” and has ordered they all be destroyed and farmers raising them, declared felons.  This is bringing home to the US a similar US agribusiness attack on pigs that occurred in Haiti to force US hogs that require huge expensive inputs of USDA commodities on the country.  The US used the threat of swine flu to destroy the special breed of Haitian pigs, leaving Haitians without the food and income the non-demanding little pigs provided.  In the UK and Korea and across, US agribusiness has profited from fear of foot and mouth disease (harmless to people) arranging for military to slaughter millions of farmers’ animals.  In Asia, the hoax of avian flu was used.  In both cases, the slaughters left countries dependent on imports by the giant multinationals, and much less food secure.  Local sources were wiped out and then laws put in place putting in place a financial bar to raising animals.  Biodiversity is wiped out and it is biodiversity that provides a food system its resilience and security.
  • Recent Presidential orders include the seizure of all farms, all livestock, all farm equipment and all food.  How such removal of food production from the American people is protective of them or the country is unclear.
This is a very short list of the things the US government is doing which ensure the American people would have little means to feed themselves if food shortages occur, or are arranged.  Certainly, Michelle Obama is not following Eleanor Roosevelt in urging people to plant home gardens.  Michelle Obama has her own organic garden but she has not once encouraged people to do the same by growing their own organic gardens at home, or suggested that this would be a major solution for getting local fresh food to poor children.  Instead, she supports school food programs that leave children of the poor eating USDA’s GMO-commodities.  For the federal program, full of noble words and “sustainable” PR, writes itself an out – local food will be served in schools, if it feasible.
Once Americans grasp that bankers control industrial ag, and in 2008, manipulated the market in grain commodities and made a fortune on starvation, and that they want a dramatic decrease in population (while calling themselves “the Good Club”), the Irish Famine takes on new significance, as do the mega coffins the CDC has been storing outside Atlanta.
That the British appear to have engineered the Irish Famine is a valuable warning that provides direction.  People must provide for their own food locally and fend off all city and state laws that are obstacles, however “sustainably” disguised, that would deprive them of that human right .  Food must be in the hands of the public.
This can be done rapidly.  Nurseries only need to sell pots of mixed vegetables, as they sell pots of mixed herbs or mixed lettuces.
Many crops such as kale, cabbage, beets, carrots, spinach, collards, Chinese cabbages, parsley, etc. grow well during the winter and can be grown in 5 gallon pots by anyone.  3 such pots for a family would provide nutrients for daily soups for a family.  In a neighborhood, everyone might contribute, including meat and eggs and any beans they may have stored.  In short order, and at little cost (perhaps $10 a pot for organic soil and three vegetables seedlings per pot), the entire country could become food secure very rapidly, even people in apartments.  An example of what might be grown in the pots.Pot 1:  spinach, red cabbage, chard, skirted with parsley
Pot 2:  broccoli, kale, collards, skirted with purple sage
Pot 3:  chives or bunching onions, lettuces, rosemary, thyme,
In apartments with little light, turnips from the grocery can potted up (or placed in bottles so their long tail can develop roots again), and will produce greens all winter from the energy stored in the root.  The greens simply need to be cut when needed and will grow back.  With enough turnips grown indoors in this way, a family would have greens regularly.  This is true of beets as well.
It is not too late to provide such things to one’s family and to make connections with neighbors around food, so people are once again looking after each other.  The Famine Plot: England’s Role in Ireland’s Greatest Tragedy has provided a useful overview of how food, when controlled, has been used to harm, and one can see numerous actions by the US government that are worrisome.  Common sense and wisdom suggest that people and local communities must control their own food.  In Russia, families are providing more than half of the food in the country, so there is proof that the US does not need to depend on Industrial agriculture to survive.  This decentralized food system makes a country more secure and independent.  Whereas the risk of depending on globalized industrial agriculture run by elite with their own agendas, presents obvious and severe risks


part 2


Referred to only as “Soldier X” under promise of anonymity, an Army National Guardsman spoke via phone with Infowars Nightly News Producer Rob Dew regarding a recent briefing his unit underwent on actions the military would take in the event that an Obama election loss sparked rioting in America’s streets.
Citing not only recent widespread threats to riot if Mitt Romney were to become the next U.S. president, but threats to actually assassinate him should he win, Soldier X’s superiors dispensed plans of how the National Guard would be responsible for “taking over” and quelling such unrest.
The soldiers were reportedly told “Doomsday preppers will be treated as terrorists.”
In addition, guns will be confiscated.
“They have a list compiled of all these doomsday preppers that have gone public and they plan to go after them first,” Soldier X said. He claimed those in charge are acting under the belief that preppers will be “the worst part” of any potential civil unrest.
Soldier X was also told that any soldiers in the ranks who are known as preppers will be deemed “defects.” He explained the label meant these soldiers would be treated as traitors. “If you don’t conform, they will get rid of you,” he added.
Unit members also warned not to associate with any fellow soldiers who are preppers.
Not only does the military reportedly plan to target preppers should mass chaos break out, but Soldier X also voiced his concerns regarding civilian gun confiscation.
Soldier X admitted, “Our worry is that Obama’s gonna do what he said he’s gonna do and he’s gonna outlaw all weapons altogether and anybody’s name who is on a weapon, they’re gonna come to your house and try to take them.”


On Defense Spending and Shadow Welfare
Posted by Ann Barnhardt - October 23, AD 2012 8:22 PM MST
It's amazing the things you can learn in a life if you just shut your piehole and listen. People ask me frequently, "How do you know all of this stuff?" This website is nothing more than the fruit of a life of near silence, which is required for listening, both auricularly and in the form of reading, which is the purest form of listening. People look at the now-dead First American Republic's defense spending budget and despair. The amount of money being spent is massive and implies a massive federal income tax as a pure necessity in order to maintain any level of defense preparedness. I have some good news (for a change) with regards to the issue of defense spending, and you all need to listen up because this will be another HUGE point to remember for after the collapse and war when you are rebuilding or building a new nation from scratch. The major defense contractors spend at least ten times, and probably closer to twenty times what is actually needed on every project and contract. This is done with the full knowledge and at the command of the federal government. The massive overspending is on man-hours. Major defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumann, General Dynamics and Raytheon, in addition to supplying and developing technology for the military, are also massive middle-class shadow welfare projects. The top 25 US Defense companies directly employ roughly two million people. The top 5 US defense companies directly employ 550,000 people. Directly. This doesn't count the subcontractors to these companies. These companies, as they operate today, have at least TEN LEVELS of largely unnecessary, redundant and even detrimental "management" between the scientists and engineers who are actually doing productive work and the actual upper management of the company. Further, these ten levels of "management" are each low six-figure positions. We're not talking ten levels of redundant janitorial staff at $12.00 per hour. We're talking TEN LAYERS of $100k-$250k positions. And these people do basically nothing that is genuinely productive. In fact, they slow down the process of genuine development and productivity, hamstringing and bogging-down the work of the actual engineers and computer scientists who, ironically, dwell at the absolute BOTTOM of the corporate structure. Because of this massive bloat in man-hours and horrifically reduced productivity, .gov is billed AT LEAST ten times, and it may be closer to twenty times, what it should be billed by these defense contractors to achieve the same results and innovation. But before you pick up your torches and pitchforks, please understand that this is exactly what .gov WANTS. Like I said, this is all a massive middle-class shadow welfare system. The .gov explicitly drove these defense contractors into these uber-bloated management regimes in order to provide middle-class jobs. The sub-urbs of the Denver metro area and all other cities which have a sizable defense industry presence, are filled with these defense "management" employees. In other words, these are people who are totally dependent on .gov for their paychecks, and whose jobs are completely, totally unnecessary and have a negative net impact on productivity. Yay. Go America. Defense is not the only area in the economy where these massive shadow welfare paradigms exist. As Warren Pollock pointed out in one of our YouTube conversations, almost all of the so-called "compliance" positions in the financial services and banking sectors are completely unnecessary and counter-productive. It could also be argued, and argued very, very well that around 97% of the accounting industry is also a .gov shadow welfare project revolving around nothing but the payment of federal income taxes, which shouldn't even exist in the first place. And finally, we should all understand that most of the health insurance industry is nothing but a .gov shadow welfare matrix. Health insurance should be catastrophic coverage only, and thus have an extremely small and streamlined back office labor requirement. Why? Why did .gov do this? Because almost all of the true manufacturing jobs in the United States have been sent overseas. We MAKE very, very little actual, physical stuff here relative to population and consumption. This economy is now almost entirely a SERVICE economy. Sixty years ago all of the people who are today working in "management" in these defense companies and the other government-created shadow welfare paradigms were working in manufacturing, some in management, and some in actual fabrication. From what I have heard, there are massive numbers of people working in these defense company management positions getting paid six-figure salaries who literally could not boil water or make themselves a peanut butter and jelly sandwich if their lives depended on it, and thus should be working on a low-skill assembly line somewhere, not browbeating Ph.D. engineers. I personally know that a large number of the people working in the financial services "compliance" regimes struggle to keep from drooling on their desks and when provoked have been known to throw their own poop. The government created this shadow-welfare economy in order to replace all of the REAL manufacturing jobs that it consciously and willfully exported to China. So, when it comes time to rebuild and establish a Department of War (not "Department of Defense") in the new Nation, these defense contractors will need to be told in no uncertain terms that there should be no more than three levels of management between the CEO and the engineer, and any contracts should payout as such. The only reason the defense contractors are creating these ridiculous management matrices is because the money is flowing from .gov to do it. Take away the money and the corporations will streamline almost overnight. Management levels 2-8 will suddenly, miraculously, almost as if in an epiphany, be recognized as non-essential. In doing this, you will be able to maintain technological and military dominance for a mere fraction of the cost. The talent is here. It can be done. The .mil thing isn't the impossibly large money-suck that it appears to be when you understand that the outflows to contractors are inflated by a factor of twenty. Further, in the new Nation, whatever it is, you guys are going to have to start MAKING STUFF HERE AGAIN. Everything. Steel, electronics, textiles, furniture, vehicles, everything. Establish import tariffs which will generate revenue for the government and put Chinese slave labor behind the eight ball relative to domestic employment, productivity and manufacturing. The people who are currently employed in all of the shadow welfare industries I just mentioned will need jobs. Those jobs will be MANUFACTURING jobs.


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The Final Act to Push America into a Cashless Society

by John Galt
October 24, 2012 18:05 ET

The local news story from WBBH NBC2 television in Fort Myers, FL below started me on the path of considering the last, final, desperate act after hyperinflation destroys the lives of the average American: WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral

No big deal, happens all the time, right? The U.S. Secret Service is on top of the case and will bring the perpetrators to justice in this case as they usually do and thank goodness for that.

But what happens when one day soon, the counterfeiter turns out to be the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States? What happens when a citizen withdraws money from an ATM that is bogus or cashes a check at their local credit union only to unknowingly receive phoney 1′s, 5′s, 10′s, and 20′s?  Worse yet, what happens when the counterfeit bills are so good, that nobody detects them initially until they receive widespread usage in the system then one, two, or three months later the “discovery” is announced to an unwitting public?

The initial advice everyone will receive is to “stick to using your bank cards, credit cards, or EBT cards for purchases until further notice until the bogus bills are removed from circulation. Such an action would force the remaining 20-30% who have resisted using non-cash methods for purchases into the system or face starvation. It would also give the banks an excuse to not issue paper currency due to the crisis until further notice. This would be the final act to force America into the long discussed cashless society and allow full monitoring of all economic activity by U.S. citizens anywhere in the world.

This step is so drastic it is unthinkable but it is 100% logical when one takes a moment to ponder the “how” of such an event. There are now approximately 1.697 billion debit and credit cards in use inside the United States of America (per the U.S. Census Bureau projected data for 2012). For those non-participants in such a system, the government would be more than happy to offer an immediate issuance of an EBT hybrid debit or credit card along with special banking privileges to be instituted through the largest Federal Reserve banks, thus ensuring that all parties make a profit on the forced inclusion of these citizens who have wished to live their lives “outside the system” in the words of the authorities for all these years.

I can only offer one bit of advice to my readers: Consider purchasing a portable counterfeit bill detector that works of batteries, something more substantial if one operates a business. I have found several practical devices which fill this need from and they are linked in the advertisement below with a price range of $20 to over $200.

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10.24.12 AEP: Germany wants their Gold Verified and Shipped Home

by John Galt
October 24, 2012 19:30 ET

The story from Channel 7 in Australia has set off alarm bells worldwide:

Counterfeit Aussie gold sold in China

While this is not a surprise to many of us after the counterfeit Morgan and Peace dollar scheme uncovered last year and the discovery of hollowed out gold plated tungsten filled bars around the world, apparently the trust between the central banks has fallen to the point where the German Bundesbank wants to bring some of its gold home as well as the ability to send auditors in to verify that the holdings physically exist!  The story below from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in the U.K. Telegraph tonight should raise some personal alarm bells about the future of the world economy:

Bundesbank slashed London gold holdings in mystery move

The story contains one section which in this commentators opinion is both stunning and disturbing:

The country has 3,396 tons of gold worth €143bn (£116bn), the world’s second-largest holding after the US. Nearly all of it was shifted to vaults abroad during the Cold War in case of a Soviet attack.
Roughly 66pc is held at the New York Federal Reserve, 21pc at the Bank of England, and 8pc at the Bank of France. The German Court of Auditors told legislators in a redacted report that the gold had “never been verified physically” and ordered the Bundesbank to secure access to the storage sites.
It called for repatriation of 150 tons over the next three years to test the quality and weight of the gold bars. It said Frankfurt has no register of numbered gold bars.

Excuse me? The German central bank has no record or registry of its own gold bars? It has never audited or validated the holdings at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York? Are they insane?

The Federal Reserve has been playing games with the American public for years and the inability of the U.S. Congress to get an accurate accounting and audit of both the U.S. gold holdings and the activities of the Fed should have prompted the Germans, as well as other nations, to ask for an audit many years ago. The most disturbing aspect of this story is the public announcement of the action to be taken. The question I must ask is simple and a warning:

Is Germany actually preparing for the collapse of the United States instead of just repatriating some of their holdings?

My money is on a “yes” answer to this question, especially if President Obama wins re-election.


Wednesday, October 24, 2012


3-D-printed airplane takes to the skies

University of Virginia
The 3-D-printed unmanned aerial vehicle, "dressed" in the colors of University of Virginia.
3-D printers are already being used to create machine parts and small toys, but engineers have now used the technology to build an entire vehicle: a plastic, unmanned airplane that actually flies.
The plane, created by engineering students at the University of Virginia (U.Va.), has a 6.5-foot wingspan, and was made from assembled printed parts.
University of Virginia
University of Virginia engineer David Sheffler and students Steven Easter and Jonathan Turman pose with their 3-D printed plane.
The team tested their creation during four flights in August and early September at Milton Airfield near Keswick, Va. The aircraft, which is only the third 3-D-printed plane known to have been built and flown, achieved a cruising speed of 45 mph.
3-D printing is already proving to be a valuable tool in teaching students, said David Sheffler, an engineer at U.Va. who worked with students Steven Easter and Jonathan Turman to create the aircraft.
[How 3D Printing Could Become Commonplace]
“To make a plastic turbofan engine to scale five years ago would have taken two years, at a cost of about $250,000,” Sheffler said in a statement. “But with 3-D printing we designed and built it in four months for about $2,000. This opens up an arena of teaching that was not available before. It allows us to train engineers for the real challenges they will face in industry.”
— via University of Virginia

But beware, the feds already knuckled over the dude who wanted to build a 3d printed gun and made him "get all the permits".

Buy your 3d printer with cash or better yet build your own. Advertise only upon the results.


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Major Media Blunder

Rigged elections? Obama announced the winner during The People's Court on October 19

A few months ago, a media whistleblower told me about how the news is prepared weeks in advance and simply played when the time comes. Someone at CBS, (UPDATE, ABC DID IT TOO!) either messed up or wanted to spill the beans about the election being rigged. I believe this was a screw up, exactly in the same league as when building 7 was announced as having collapsed on the BBC, 40 minutes before it was demolished.

They are trying to bury this now, saying it was only a test at a single affiliate. However, that is not possible if ABC did it as well, at the same time. Somehow a combined feed put it up on both at the same time.

We have all known our elections are rigged for quite some time now, but never had proof. And if you are still in the dark about how our media is rigged and functioning as an arm of a totally usurped government, Keep in mind that it is a moral crime to support a system this rigged. It is time to start over, and NOT in a way "they" decide is right for us.

I ask you to consider this whistleblower testimony on this subject.

Media Whistle blower confirms Wag The Dog is NORMAL

8/8/12 I received this mail in response to my work related to the Bat Man shooting, a report in which I clearly showed it was NOT what we were told. My comments will follow.
Dear Jim Stone,
I'm not sure if I should state my name. I've just discovered your site and to be honest I feel a bit shaken reading most of what you've published. Not to mention all of the warnings about being censored and intercepted. I hope that my email does reach you though.
First off, I'd like to thank you for all of your hard work. I know that there must be a strong element of danger in it and I admire your courage. I love literature and used to have an even greater passion for journalism and the media. I say used to because I've seen first-hand what a news network is like.
Two years ago, I was chosen for a co-op program out of hundreds of applicants at a major broadcasting corporation situated in my city. At first it felt like I had won the lottery but the experience itself ruined my interest in a career in the media entirely. And for that I am extremely grateful.
I was there for 5 weeks out of 6 and at first I was loving it. I got to help out with projects and the employers were real nice. It was only in my last two weeks that I began to hate it. I was switched to mail duty and so I had to drop off letters for people in different sections. By accident one time, I walked into a restricted zone.
What really bothered me was the existence of 'restricted zones' in the first place. Everyone acted like one big happy family, yet when it came to asking about certain floors and areas in the building they became instantly venomous. I had used my keycard to get into a room to drop off a letter and instantly realised that I was in the wrong place. Being curious, I looked around for a bit and made sure I put everything back in it's place. I caught something really fishy though. There were news stories about the G20 summit that was taking place in Toronto that summer. But the thing is I was volunteering in the last week of May. The G20 wasn't until the end of June! And the stories seemed like they had already taken place. It was really trippy.
The next day security took me in right away and started to interrogate me on why I was in the restricted zone and who was it that had granted me access. All throughout the interrogation they kept on bringing me different cups of water telling me to drink. I drank the first two or three because I was actually thirsty, but I refused to drink the rest. And every few minutes the guard would ask 'Are you going to drink that?' I wonder now if the water was maybe drugged. My memory of that day is kind of dark but I think I'm being a bit paranoid.
At last they asked me if I'd stolen anyone's keycard and after keeping me for nearly 4 hours they let me go. Afterwards my keycard was confiscated and they told me that there had been a mix-up when they had given me mine. The one I had was for people 'higher up'. I wasn't given a new one and they also took my building ID, and other possessions that they had given me. They kicked me out of the program a week early complaining to my school and my parents of my 'erratic behaviour' saying that I was constantly insubordinate and disrespectful to my superiors. I wasn't allowed to return to school that year because of the 'terrible example' I had set at the co-op program, and I ended up missing my upcoming grad year because I didn't bother reapplying to another school. I went from being an A level student to a drop out.
When I heard James Holmes story, I felt like I could relate to him in a way. On a much lesser level of course, but I feel like he's going through something similar to what happened to me. I'm back in school now though. And I look forward to graduating. I was wondering if you could maybe give me any pointers on how I can be of any help to this cause. I hate the world we live in now, and I especially hate how people are being deluded into thinking that everything is changing for the better when in reality it's only getting worse. I hope I'm not weirding you out or anything. I'm just really excited to know that there are people out there that think for themselves.
I wish you all the best!

I am sure he was talking about stuff like THIS: