ON THIS 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLIC EXECUTION OF KENNEDY BY THE ILLUMINATI, WE THOUGHT CRIMINALS HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT AN APPROPRIATE RESPONSE. THIS IS MY THOUGHT, WHY NOT HELP START INTERNET BUZZ TO GET A GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT GOING TO ELECT JESSE VENTURA PRESIDENT IN 2016. WITH RISING DISCONTENT IN THE COUNTRY, BY 2016 THE PUBLIC MIGHT BE READY FOR AN OUTSPOKEN OUTSIDER. HE MIGHT STAND A CHANCE OF WINNING. AND WIN OR LOSE, HIS PRESENCE IN THE DEBATES WOULD RAISE THE PUBLIC’S AWARENESS LEVEL OF REAL POLITICAL ISSUES. A LINK TO A VIDEO OF HIM IS BELOW.
LINK TO JESSE FOR PRES. VIDEO
Occupy focused its message on the 99%. ThoughtCrimeRadio focuses its message on power and influence of the one percent, the 1%. So this series of articles will focus on the “noblessly obliged”. Perhaps we will even write new lyrics – see lyrics to this song below the video… and stay tuned to find out what the one percent do – and how what they do affects you.
What Do The Simple Folk Do? Lyrics
What do the simple folk do
To help them escape when they’re blue?
The shepherd who is ailing, the milkmaid who is glum
The cobbler who is wailing from nailing his thumb
When they’re beset and besieged
The folk not noblessly obliged
However do they manage to shed their weary lot?
Oh, what do simple folk do, we do not?
I have been informed by those who know them well
They find relief in quite a clever way
When they’re sorely pressed, they whistle for a spell
And whistling seems to brighten up their day
And that’s what simple folk do, so they say
They just whistle?
So they say
What else do the simple folk do
To pluck up the heart and get through?
The wee folk and the grown folk
Who wander to and fro
Have ways known to their own folk
We throne folk don’t know
When all the doldrums begin
What keeps each of them in his skin?
What ancient native custom
Provides the needed glow?
Oh, what do simple folk do?, Do you know?
Once, upon the road, I came upon a lad
Singing in a voice three times his size
When I asked him why, he told me he was sad
And singing always made his spirits rise
So that’s what simple folk do, I surmise
Arise my love, arise my love
Apollo’s lighting the skies, my love
The meadows shine with columbine
And daffodils blossom away
Hear Venus call to one and all
Come taste delight while you may
The world is bright and all is right
And life is merry and gay
What else do the simple folk do?
They must have a system or two
They obviously outshine us at turning tears to mirth
Have tricks a royal highness is minus from birth
What, then, I wonder, do they
To chase all the goblins away?
They have some tribal sorcery you haven’t mentioned yet
Oh, what do simple folk do to forget?
Often, I am told, they dance a fiery dance
And whirl ’till they’re completely uncontrolled
Soon the mind is blank and all are in a trance
A violent trance astounding to behold
And that’s what simple folk do, so I’m told
I have it on the best authority
Songwriters Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Did you know that juries can nullify laws?
Jury nullification is a lawful way to override unjust laws
I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man,
by which a government can be held to the principles of its Constitution.
– Thomas Jefferson
Juries have the power to judge the facts of the case
as well as the law itself. – U.S. Supreme Court, February 1794
A National Campaign for Jury Nullification
Several celebrities – Ben Swann, Luke Rudowski, Tatiana Moroz, Jeff Berwick, Josh Tolley, Angela Keaton, Jordan Page, Bob Murphy and Joby Weeks – talk about a new public awareness campaign they have begun to encourage jury nullification. it is called “Just Us”.
For more information, go to JoinJustUs.com
For the past 60 years, saturated animal fats have been wrongfully accused of causing heart disease, despite mounting evidence showing that saturated fat is actually critical for optimal health while trans fat is the dietary fat causing heart disease.
Trans fat, found in margarine, vegetable shortening, and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils became widely popularized as a “healthier alternative” to saturated animal fats like butter and lard around the mid-1950’s. Its beginnings go back 100 years though, to Proctor & Gamble’s creation of Crisco in 1911.1
In 1961, the American Heart Association began encouraging Americans to limit dietary fat, particularly animal fats, in order to reduce their risk of heart disease. In the decades since, despite low-fat diets becoming increasingly part of the norm, heart disease rates have soared.
It’s been a long time coming, but on November 7, 2013, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it is now considering removing partially hydrogenated oils—the primary source of trans fats—from the list of “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) ingredients.2…
In an effort to get more children to drink processed milk, the conventional dairy industry is pushing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to change the very definition of milk to allow for the discreet addition of toxic artificial sweeteners like aspartame. According to a petition filed in the Federal Register earlier this year, the dairy industry’s goal is to change the “standard of identity” for milk so that it can be further modified and sweetened to attract more young consumers….
Wittingly or not, the food industry is acting in accordance with eugenicist objectives: to harm the health of those who fail this IQ test of knowing what food is. Obviously such cluelessness is not a genetic issue, it’s one of mindless trust in strangers, education and social class, but that’s never stopped eugenicists before.