Texas Lawmaker Claims State Owns Your Kids and Can be Forcibly Vaccinated

Legislators in Texas have been working toward passing a host of laws to reform the state’s Child Protective Services agency. New legislation has been crafted to improve the agency which has seen multiple dilemmas resulting in detrimental safety problems for children in the state. There have been several bills introduced this year aimed at improving the agency. One bill, in particular, House Bill 39, seeks in part to require medical exams to be performed more quickly on children who have been newly placed into the foster care system. …

The Progressive Movement and the Untold Origins of the Federal Reserve

… The Federal Reserve Act of December 23, 1913, was part and parcel of the wave of Progressive legislation, on local, state, and federal levels of government, that began about 1900. Progressivism was a bipartisan movement which, in the course of the first two decades of the twentieth century, transformed the American economy and society from one of roughly laissez-faire to one of centralized statism.

Until the 1960s, historians had established the myth that Progressivism was a virtual uprising of workers and farmers who, guided by a new generation of altruistic experts and intellectuals, surmounted fierce big business opposition in order to curb, regulate, and control what had been a system of accelerating monopoly in the late nineteenth century. A generation of research and scholarship, however, has now exploded that myth for all parts of the American polity, and it has become all too clear that the truth is the reverse of this well-worn fable….


Zielinski – the movie

John is a very intense man, but it takes intensity to carry the message he is carrying. Thanks to recent events, he no longer has to scream into the wind. We believe him. We respect his tenacity. We appreciate his clarity and ability to tell the story well.

Anthony Sutton: Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler and Communism

The luciferians care nothing about ideologies.   They  invent them as needed to justify the socioeconomic structure that they always want to impose: unquestioned concentrations of wealth and power and unquestioning obedience to the state (i.e. the luciferians).

Nazism glorified the aryan “ubermenschen” as pillars of a national will, a cell in a german life force which was to inherit the earth, when the superior race would share in the spoils (eugenics was invented by western robber barons, btw, not by hitler).  It was tailor made for the germany of the day, which was acquainted with the notion of “democracy” under hyper-inflation but probably unwilling go with much more overt royalty and aristocracy.

Presumably bolshevism’s PR was more aligned with prevailing political understandings and the still largely agricultural economy in post-tzarist russia at the time:

Meanwhile skull-and-bonesman mao did a dandy job addressing the luciferian obsession with population reduction:

Nazi atrocity

Bolshevik famine

China’s cultural revolution

Am I reading too much into this?

Perhaps more to the point:

Not to be chauvinistic, but if there’s one thing the american revolution taught us, it’s that WE DON’T NEED THEM. THEY’RE VERY BAD NEWS.   VERY SICK AND DEFORMED CREATURES.  But they’re very good at what they do.

It’s always been a battle between solar- quantum- and complexity-powered spontaneous grassroots creation based on love and empathy, and luciferian combine harvesters based on the money changers’ poisonous ideologies and debt-based currency deception.   (Who owned the interest-charging central bank of the USSR?)  Grassroots self-organization doesn’t need ideologies, it only needs communities.  There is no right or wrong way to create a community.   The closest approximation to a workable community on a national level that I know of was the original vision in the constitution: a weak national government with separation of powers coordinating a federation of states built from largely economically-autonomous counties, villages and neighborhoods, an axiomatic foundation of individual human rights, but with the additional and much needed step of the adoption of the american monetary act ( http://monetary.org ), which would complete the american project.   The general idea is only slight dilution of political power at each step down the hierarchy, so that the pyramid is tall instead of broad, with entangled loops of power and production flow throughout (instead of funneling everything to the top) and there is no capstone.

My guess is that the central bankers’ “Great Depression”, more accurately called the “Great Ripoff”, was deliberately timed with their imposition of fascism in germany and italy (and nearly the USA, see http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/11/pdf-war-is-a-racket-by-gen-smedley-butler/ ) so that the resulting economic desperation could be channeled into the “correct” political solution.   An early version of the Shock Doctrine.

In the present day, the transparently bogus “hope and change” BS put forth by the death-squad-complicit american media, which trump’s election  temporarily siderailed, was apparently intended to channel the carefully manufactured economic catastrophe which is nearly upon us into the luciferians’ next version of a totalitarian nightmare.


“Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.”

—David Rockefeller, statement about Mao Tse-tung in The New York Times, August 10, 1973


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