nonviolent revolution

When Jesus attacked the money changers at the temple he showed that he knew who the real enemy was. The money changers took over the US government a hundred years ago with the Fed. Now we are under their attack in every way. Chem trails pollute our air. Chemicals are put in our water and food. We are kept in constant war and controlled with debt. If the US economy is allowed to collapse as the money changers plan, there will be violent revolution and that would be tragic for everyone. But a nonviolent revolution is still possible. It would begin with taxing Wall Street. The stock market is a complex system and the appropriate taxing of it would have to be complex. But such taxation, if done correctly, would prevent the coming economic collapse. The politicians in Washington don’t have the will to stand up to their masters in Wall Street. The question is can the American people find the will to finally join the fight against the money changers?

OMG: Alex Jones Interviews Nobel Nominee Jim Garrow on Bankster Military Takeover

Spread this far and wide. The pressure is building for another staged terror event to demonize the 2nd amendment demographic, which unfortunately is still a (rapidly growing) minority in this country.  This is government by terror.

Let me just throw in my two cents on what we’re facing here.  The intentions of the bankster mafia that is attempting this very hot military takeover in this country are no more clearly distilled than in what they have wrought with rockefeller funded and guided american obstetrical medicine: the wholesale satanic ritual abuse of babies.  Rockefeller medicine tortures thousands of newborn children every day, sexually tortures newborn boys, right under our noses.  It’s “normal.”  That’s what money can buy, and that’s what they have very deliberately bought, it’s what they want, and it’s only a taste of what they will impose on future generations of children if they can, in their campaign to destroy the family and subsume all human meaning and human spirit into their totalitarian nightmare.  History has never seen a more demonic and degraded aristocracy than these unspeakable creatures.  By their fruits you will know them.

We have no choice but to fight.  There will be no future worth living if they win.

Widespread misperception of purpose of 2nd amendment

The founders were very clear and very wise on this.  The public’s ignorance about their own country’s history didn’t happen by accident.

Their Own Quotes Prove They Wanted Americans Armed, and Government Restrained

The Founding Fathers agree: an armed population makes good government. Numerous quotes from the revolutionary era make their intent extremely clear — that individuals were meant to keep and bear arms for the protection of the country and the defense of its Constitution and Bill of Rights.

The 2nd Amendment is in place to discourage dictators and protect the Bill of Rights and Constitution. …

The Unauthorized History of Google

Google Inc. is back in the news this week, with a fresh round of headlines about the search giant and government censorship. Ironically–though perhaps not surprisingly for the corporate media–the stories are not about Google’s admitted but classified relationship with government agencies like the NSA, though. Instead, they portray the internet company as a protagonist sticking up for users’ privacy rights against governments that are increasingly interested in blocking, scrubbing or banning links, search results, and online videos that those governments want to suppress.

As a PR exercise, Google’s latest report is brilliantly executed and timed, deflecting some of the negative press that the company has received in recent weeks over the ongoing Street View debacle, even as it allows news outlets to portray the company as a valiant defender of users’ privacy against increasingly invasive governments.

In this episode of our EyeOpener Report James Corbett presents Google’s past, its shareholders, its own repeated violations and abuses of users’ privacy, its executives’ personal philosophies and the unsettling statements that they have made about the very concept of privacy time and again over the years.

See the video on the site.

The Fraudulent Reserve’s Biggest Bubble

Forget the Housing, Bond or Derivatives Bubbles … Fraud Is the Biggest Bubble of All Time

The housing bubble which burst in 2007 or so was the biggest bubble of all time.

Many argue that the bubble in U.S. bonds has surpassed the housing bubble as the largest ever.

Of course, given that the derivatives market is more than a thousand trillion dollars, and that is is backed by thousands of times less collateral, a good case can be made for arguing that derivatives are the biggest bubble.

But if you really think about it, the largest bubble in history is fraud, because it includes all of the above and more.

Specifically, the housing crisis was caused by fraud.  The government encouraged fraud, and helped cover it up.

Huge swaths of the derivatives market are manipulated by fraud.  See this, this, this and this. But instead of cracking down on the fraud, the government is backing it.

And the bubble in bonds was caused by super-low interest rates.  See this, this and this.

Low interest rates – in turn – are caused by the government’s zero interest rate policy and quantitative easing.

And how did the government sell these programs? By saying that they were necessary to help the economy and create more jobs.

But in reality, zero interest rate policy is just another stealth bailout for the big banks.  And quantitative easing only helps the super-elite … and hurt the economy and the little guy (Bernanke knew back in 1988 that QE doesn’t work for its advertised purposes.)

In other words, the government’s low interest rate policies were based upon a fundamental misrepresentation as to their purpose and probable effect.

Indeed, experts say that all bubbles are enabled by fraud.

But there are signs that the fraud bubble is collapsing.

Trust is falling to all-time lows as to many government and private institutions.  Why?  Because institutional corruption is so rampant that it is becoming obvious to everyone from Joe Sixpack to amateur and sophisticated professional investors.

While liberals tend to distrust big corporations and conservatives tend to distrust the federal government, we all agree that the malignant, symbiotic relationship between the two is the root problem.  Indeed, when government and corporatism merge, it is hard for anyone to trust what is going on.

When government officials are as corrupt as the criminal enterprises they are suppose to regulate, even the mainstream media can’t ignore it any longer.

And the people lose all trust in the system.

No matter how hard the boys work to cover up their ongoing misdeeds, the fraud bubble may finally be popping …

See examples of a popping fraud bubble here, here and here.