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End of Transmission

Monday, June 11th, 2007

I decided about a month ago that this would be my last entry on “Notes from Russ.”  Everything that has a beginning has an end, and I feel that right now I want to utilize my energies for other endeavors.  Since I made this choice to stop posting my “notes” on my good friend Rett’s website, I’ve been trying to think of just the perfect thing to say.  Many ideas have floated through my head recently, and it’s been difficult attempting to pinpoint the right ones.  Well, tonight is the time to write something, whether or not it comes out the way I want it to…

I appreciate all of you readers who took the time to read (or at least skim) through these notes from me.  Who knew that a notepad I got from when I was a kid in school would come to be the inspiration for a creative writing venture…or as my brother would say, another one of those trendy blogs.

We are definitely living in interesting times, don’t you think?  It’s very exciting to be a part of these changes that we’re going through.  We’re not in Kansas City anymore, am I right, Toto?  I will bid you adieu with these words:  Life is but a dream, albeit a persistent one.  If you’re reading this now, then odds are you’re stuck in the time loop with the rest of us.  Welcome to the tea party.  I guess the obvious question you might have at this point is: what are you here to do?  I would say that a paradox exists between the notion that we go through life attempting to wake up to this illusion called “reality” and simultaneously the idea that we are passing through time is an illusion itself.  So where does that leave us?  Does that paradox really tell us anything at all?  I mean, why should we attempt to do or change anything if everything isn’t “real” as we might think?  We are stuck in a prison, thinking we’re free, while at the same time not realizing that the prison door was unlocked the whole time.  Ultimately, we act because we are.  You are here, so what will you do?  I suppose the better question might be, not what you will do, but who are you?

Everything that has an end has a beginning…

WTC 7, pt. 2

Sunday, April 15th, 2007

I’m going to delve deeper into the World Trade Center 7 collaspe in order to expand on the idea that the building was brought down in a controlled demolition. I will add many links to my points as a quick reference for you the reader; they will be denoted numerically. If you want to disregard the information I will bring forward later on in this post and go back to doing whatever it is you were doing before clicking here, check out this Popular Mechanics explanation of the WTC 7 collapse(1). It will give you just a good enough explanation, so that you can forget that you ever considered this 9/11 conspiracy stuff. Don’t worry that NIST in one of their explanations said that the building came down due to the fact that one third of the lower part was scooped out from the debris field of the twin towers and the fact that intense fires melted the steel, yet provide no photographic evidence to the public to support this theory. For the rest of you that want to dig beneath the surface, let’s proceed.

First off, let’s get to the bottom of this fire melting steel idea. I’m going to utilize Celsius temperature measure for your reference. The melting point of structural steel is around 1550 degrees C. The effective yield stress of steel for design purposes is at 1200 degress C (2). I’m not sure exactly what ‘effective yield’ means, but for the benefit of the doubt, let’s say that structural steel loses its integrity at 500 degrees C. With that said, the max temperature that jet fuel burns at is 980 degrees C, but in an open air environment it burns at around 260-315 degrees C (3). By the way, WTC 7 was not hit by a plane, so we’re not even dealing with jet fuel fires. So are we to believe that fires burning at 300 degrees C, which would be burning unevenly, can bring down a steel building, when steel holds strong at those temps? Maybe it was the damage from the twin towers that hit one side of WTC 7 and yet brought it basically straight down…but remember that WTC 5 & 6 stood in the way and didn’t fall on 9/11. Have you seen pictures of building 7 before it’s collapse? Were there huge fires engulfing the entire structure?…NO. Keep that in mind and take a look at the Windsor building in Madrid, Spain, that burned for almost a day and was blazing with fire, and yet only a portion of the building fell (4). The Windsor building was steel reinforced concrete and not 100% steel like WTC 7. No steel building has ever completely fallen due to fire before or after the three collapses on 9/11.

Oh and one more thing to note about jet fuel fires supposedly causing steel buildings to collapse. I believe we can agree that jet fuel fires do NOT burn hot enough to reach the melting point of steel. Then why did firefighters witness molten steel weeks after the twin towers collapsed (5)?

Then there is the footage of firefighters telling people to back up from WTC 7 because it was going to come down and that they were going to blow it up. Could they have known it was going to come down? That would have been a great assumption. Well, why would they say, “blow up”? Interesting. If you think that maybe their quotes were taken out of context or that maybe there was some confusion on that day which led to these statements, I implore you to check out the video clips for yourself (6).

What about this Larry Silverstein character? Is it plausible that WTC 7 was rigged with explosives long before the 9/11 attacks due to the building being condemned? If that’s the case, then why wouldn’t Mr. Silverstein just come out and say that. Whether or not you think insurance companies are in business to be compassionate and heart-warming and don’t worry about the bottom line, it’s just a little bit strange that Silverstein took out a 99-year lease on the WTC properties just six weeks before the attacks. I’m not sure if there was a terrorism clause in the deal, but either way it was pretty lucky timing (7). His company was awarded $2.2 billion because Silverstein argued that the towers consisted of two terrorist attacks, not one. After considering the matter further, it could’ve been in the best interest of the insurance company to award Silverstein the money as a good PR move to generate more business from the positive press. I guess it doesn’t really matter whether the insurance company heads are good and honest people or if there was a backroom deal that was made with Silverstein. The point is the opportune timing of Silverstein’s business venture prior to 9/11. The coincidences don’t stop there. Just one other coincidence is the fact that Marvin Bush, George W’s brother, was a principal in Securacom from 1993 to 2000, a company that provided security to the World Trade Center and other places that were involved in elements of the 9/11 attacks (8), (9).

The BBC reported the WTC 7 collapse over twenty minutes before it actually took place, along with a few other news sources. The BBC actually announced it as the building still stood behind the reporter. Well, maybe there was confusion on that day. We had already seen two giant steel buildings collapse at nearly free fall speed, so it could be reasonable to assume a 47-story building would fall too. The strange thing about this psychic report is how the BBC responded to questions about it. They didn’t come out and say where they got the info from or anything to explain the situation. They instead were reluctant and claimed that they lost the original tapes from that day (10). Also, there was some fishy behavior from Google attempting to censor video of this 9/11 report when the story broke that the BBC made an error.

Is 9/11 comparable to the JFK murder? I think so. They were both carried out by corrupt elements within our government. It’s just that the JFK event took place long enough ago that people today are generally complacent about it even in the face of all the evidence pointing to an inside job. What will happen if 9/11 truth doesn’t break into the mainstream, after classified documents are released admitting to government involvement, until years down the road? Will people be just as complacent in the future, agreeing that this horrible 9/11 event was perpetrated by corrupt individuals in our government in 2001, and yet anything in the present time being considered conspiracy theory? The majority of the American public thinks Oswald did NOT act alone in the JFK murder (11), (12). I mean, do you really believe in a magic bullet (13)? Oh and did you check out the most recent Rolling Stone article in which E Howard Hunt, a CIA operative, admits to taking part in the assassination, when he was on his death bed (14)?

Turn off the television news. Turn off Bill O’Reilly and the rest. You are being lied to everyday. These crooks try to insight a feeling of guilt into anyone that questions the 9/11 official story. They always say that it’s disrespectful to the victims families. The main problem with that line of thinking is that it’s not true. Philosophy of truth aside, the majority of the victims families think 9/11 was an inside job. Just consider the statements made by Bill Doyle, the head of one of the largest victims’ families groups. He said that 9/11 contained a lot of complicity by our government and that the truth of that day continues to be covered up (15). It seems to me that one of the strangest things one learns when you begin to research 9/11 is just how many credible people have either questioned the 9/11 official story or said that they think 9/11 was an inside job (16). And it’s very likely that if you hadn’t looked into the matter previously, you might wonder why this info had never been presented to you before on shows like Rush Limbaugh. It might hit a chord to realize that the public continues to be lied to about 9/11. The mainstream media isn’t there to inform you, but to indoctrinate you. Sad but true. Well, the truth is out there for those who want to know. Here’s some great videos to watch to begin to understand the many facets of 9/11:

Watch “Terrorstorm,” which gives you a historical background on government sponsored terrorism (17).

For an in depth look on the controlled demolition of the twin towers, watch “9/11 Mysteries: Demolitions (18).

For more of an overview of the events on 9/11, watch “Loose Change, 2nd edition” (19).

WTC 7

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

I believe I’ve mentioned 9/11 in previous posts and hinted at its importance. And I don’t bring it up as a way to scare you to give up your rights. That’s what the controlled media does for you. Just watch the news and very quickly you will hear word about how we’re living in a post-9/11 world. It’s true we are in a sense…but not in the way they want you to perceive it. The way I’m referring to our post-9/11 society is that people are beginning to ‘wake up’ and are fed up with being constantly lied to. So it is time that I fully open up a can of worms on this blog and delve into the 9/11 big lie. 9/11 was an inside job…it was carried out mainly by criminal aspects of our government in order to produce ever-expanding global tyranny. And before your ego defenses start to creep up and cloud you mind, allow yourself to be open with this information. All I’m asking you to do at this time is research the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (or the Salomon Brothers buiding).

Three WTC buildings fell on 9/11: Buildings 1 & 2, a.k.a. the North and South towers, and also Building 7, which fell at around 5:20pm on September 11, 2001. I must preface this with the fact that no steel buildings have fallen before or since 9/11 due to fire. WTC 7 was not hit by a plane. It was further away from the towers than WTC 5 & 6, which did not collapse on that day. There were a few small fires, but fires alone don’t burn hot enough to melt steel. Just compare the max temperature of jet fuel fires and the melting point of construction steel. They’re not very close in temp.

WTC building 7 fell in under seven seconds. Watch it fall here. What do you think? It’s a 47-story STEEL-framed building. The tallest building in Minneapolis is the IDS Center, which stands 57 floors. This skyscraper surpassed Minneapolis’ Foshay Tower in 1972, which was the previous tallest at 30 stories. Between these two heights was the WTC buiding 7, which I will reiterate, used to stand at 47 stories…in other words it was not small. Get it? Can you put your mind around it? Maybe people who work in Minneapolis skyscrapers should think twice about using toasters inside their building because according to the government’s viewpoint, fires can take down a steel structure.

WTC 7 fell in under seven seconds. No plane hit it. It fell basically in its own footprint. Classic demolition style collapse. Ever heard of resistance? Well, there didn’t seem to be any. The steel came down like there was nothing in the way.

So Popular Mechanics magazine, which is owned by yellow journalism’s Hearst Publishing, tried to say that WTC 7 fell due to damage it sustained from the towers’ collapses. That could make some sense if it weren’t from the testimony of police and firefighters going on record saying that they were told Building 7 was going to be brought down. I’ve heard audio clips on the Alex Jones radio show of firefighters telling people as the building was going to come down on 9/11 to get back because they were going to blow it up and that it was going to fall. I doubt they were using psychic abilities at that time to see into the immediate future. Controlled demolition is the logical assumption.

I can keep going if you like. Larry Silverstein owned WTC 7 and gained mega bucks in insurance for this building’s collapse. He went on TV in a PBS special about the attacks, saying that they decided to pull it and they watched the building go down. They use the term ‘pull’ to refer to demolishing buildings in the demo industry. Wanna argue that one and try to say he didn’t mean pull the building? There were no more firefighters in the building for hours proceeding WTC 7’s collapse. Oh and WTC 7 contained documents on the Enron scandal and housed the largest CIA station in the U.S. outside of Washington D.C. A little fishy don’t you think?

Well, if you’re still in doubt, try to justify this one in your mind…on 9/11, the BBC reported live thirty minutes before WTC 7s actual collapse that the building had already collapsed. How did they know it was going to fall before it really did and who told them that? Can the BBC see into the future too? Or did they mess up their script? This revelation has just surfaced this week when the BBC released archived footage from 9/11. Could this info be the last straw that breaks your ego defense’s back? Check out the BBC screw up here.

I could keep going, but I think it’s enough for now. You may need to sit with this info for a while. So what is the importance of WTC 7? It is a huge smoking gun. It is one of the best examples to put forth that can explode the 9/11 big lie and expose the truth. The reason is because the government and other ‘authorities’ continue to lie and to cover-up the fact that this WTC 7 collapse was an obvious demolition. WTC 7 also points to more than a 9/11 cover-up due to the fact that it takes weeks to coordinate a demolition of this sort and there is no way it could’ve been arranged the day of the attacks. Could charges have been set in advance by Islamic terrorists with boxcutters? Please. In the very least the Building 7 revelation can be used as a strong means for the public to push for a truly independent investigation into the events of 9/11.

The cat is out of the bag. The dam is breaking. The truth will prevail. Those involved in the 9/11 attacks will have to face justice. The film “Loose Change: Final Cut” will be coming out this year. If ya don’t know; now ya know. I think this movie release will change the perception of the 9/11 movement for the mainstream media. They will turn more from joking about tin-foil hats and ridiculing 9/11 truthers to saying that we should lock them up in concentration camps and force them to work…wait, there have been Neo-cons in the media saying that already.

Inform yourself. Empower yourself. The matrix has you…..but remember that the truth is out there (and IN you).

Don't worry, everything's fine.

Wednesday, February 14th, 2007

Take a deep breath

(Superbowl)

Relax your body

(Anna Nicole Smith)

Close your eyes

(American Idol)

Keep breathing deep

(Anna Nicole Smith)

Count back from ten

(Anna Nicole Smith)

You’re getting very sleepy

(Anna Nicole Smith)

Just let yourself go

(Anna Nicole Smith)

Fall asleep…

WAR WITH IRAN (false flag attack first?)

 

P.S. Is it just me or was Anna Nicole Smith a C.I.A. mind controlled slave?  She seemed like an empty shell, disconnected from herself.  Let’s just say that in my opinion, she fits the M.O.  Just check out Project Monarch or MKUltra.  Truth can be stranger than fiction.

Ahh!! Arnold says…

Thursday, February 1st, 2007

I was talking to my friend at the gym today (by the way, did I mention I put up 265 lbs on bench on Tuesday?), and we began a short discussion about Arnold Schwarzenegger.  I was trying to relay the idea that even though he’s made some cool movies, it doesn’t mean he should be running any kind of political office.  He’s been quoted as saying that growing up he dreamed of being a dictator.  Nice.  Anyway, my friend made a comment that I got a hearty chuckle out of even though I don’t necessarily agree with it.  But that’s humor for you.  It was particularly funny what he said and the way he said it, and I’m sure I won’t do it quite the comical justice it deserves, since I will paraphrase it to the best of my memory.  He said the reason that not everyone is a liberal is because deep down they know that most people are f’n morons.

This comment is basically saying that most people couldn’t handle getting money or power because they wouldn’t know what to do with it or would misuse the opportunity.  Like giving an alcoholic on the street $200 for support and watching him step into the liquor store.  I understand what the statement meant, and it’s a harmless joke if seen in the correct light.  I think that people are stupid sometimes and they are dumbed-down and they are rendered powerless.  Frankly, sometimes they are like walking zombies.  Compassion says that these people have been manipulated and purposefully disempowered.  Responsibility says that these people played a hand in their own delusion and they alone have the power to wake up.  That said, feeling superior and wanting to control others is cold-hearted, regardless if you think it’s for their own good.  It’s more likely that those in control seek power as an end in itself.  Truth is, no matter if you’re liberal or conservative, we’re all in this together.  There is never a need to take away a person’s human rights and dignity, no matter how ignorant she/he is.

The system the way it operates today isn’t just.  There is no right to abuse people if they are ‘morons’, whether or not they brought it on themselves or they were brainwashed into submission.  Oh, and Mr. President, no matter what John Yoo (co author of the Patriot Act) says, you do NOT have the power to authorize the raping of children in front of their parents as a ‘pressure’ technique. 

P.S. I just had the idea that thinking others around you are stupid and need to be told what to do, may make you more likely to enjoy when the invisible (and visible) prison falls down around you.  How about supporting people’s need to be involved in socio-political life, instead of taking away their decision-making power until they become complacent witnesses and then blaming them for their passivity?

Goodbuy American

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

It always seemed growing up that most people who talked about only buying ‘American’ products came across as pseudo-macho, slightly simplistic, and unworldly.  You know, the guys that said, “I only drive Ford trucks and I only buy American-made!”  I guess I felt that most of them that I ran into seemed a bit ignorant.  I suppose much of my judgment came from my own bias and my own superiority complex issues, or maybe the people I knew really were a little naive and I just generalized to every person who believed in purchasing American products.

Recently I’ve gained a new perspective on the merits of buying American-made products.  Part of me used to think that there should be competition between countries and that one should buy the best product for the best price.  I still believe in competition and free market, but I believe that purchasing American-made helps keep the U.S. economy strong by keeping the money flowing within our borders.  By micro-sizing my point, it may become more clear as to what I’m trying to get across.  Walmart and small town economies are good example.  If you study how Walmart affects local economies, you’ll likely find that the corporate giant often severely disrupts small town life.  Walmart eats up small businesses and acts as a funnel, sucking the money spent within its walls away from the town and into the corporate pockets.

Strong local, state, and national economies are crucial to growing the middle class and decreasing the divide between social classes.  When a country like the U.S. moves its jobs overseas and allows illegal immigrants to take skilled and unskilled jobs for lower pay, it weakens the economy.  Let’s say that a U.S. citizen construction worker gets paid $20/hr but an illegal immigrant is willing to work the same job for $10/hr.  These are some of the jobs being taken in this country; it’s not just scrubbing toilets like the media wants you to believe…not that scrubbing toilets is any different in this matter.  So, the U.S. citizen has to compete with an individual that would work for much less pay.  It’s the same for jobs being shipped overseas.  A factory worker in this country may get paid $8/hr.  The same job being outsourced may only pay $8/day.  Slave wages in other words.  Can we compete with that?

And before you start to think the liberal way that we’re helping out the poorer countries, please consider the situation more thoroughly.  Ask yourself how a poor economy got that way in the first place.  Ask yourself if it’d really help the poorer economy out by taking money away from the average U.S. citizen or if it’d actually just drive down our economy to a third world level.  Ask yourself who benefits from large corporations paying slave wages.

Why support another country paying slave wages, just so you can have that I-Pod for cheap?  You should support countries that support their citizens.  Once our national economy gets drained away, we’ll be the ones working for low pay…not that most of us aren’t already.  Again I ask, who benefits if every country competes to become better and better slaves?  Not you.  Sorry Mr. Rockefeller, maybe you will…didn’t know you were reading this.

What does it mean to buy American?  It’s not as simple as buying a Ford truck because your tv says to, my friend.  Where did your truck parts originate and where did the raw materials come from that make up those parts?  You sure you know?  And it’s not just one corporation.

What’s the answer to being a smart shopper?  I think it’s good to appreciate local, small business that treat their employees like human beings and not commodities.  I know it’s hard for small business to compete with the giants to supply livable wages, especially with overhead and insurance costs.  All I’m saying is that the more control a large corporation has over economies, the less automony and freedom the individual worker and employer has.  Don’t like Walmart slave labor and questionable connections with the government?  Well, how do you boycott that store if your town’s economy gives you little or no other alternatives.  Sure, you can always shop somewhere else, but with limited choice most people wouldn’t take action and would just be complacent.

So the issue isn’t as cut-and-dry as one would hope.  Just keep in mind what all these economic issues mean for the average American and international worker.  Putting your money in a place that supports the financial freedom of the individual is your best bet.  Remember that you can’t clean your brother’s house if yours is all a mess.  Taking his junk and throwing it in your yard doesn’t do much good overall. 

Buying American doesn’t quite mean what I thought it did, and I’m sure I still have a lot to learn.  Alex Jones says something to the effect that a rising tide raises all ships.  We should focus on improving the economies of all countries but not by sinking the U.S. ship and dividing the crumbs up amongst the serfs…because there are forces in the world that want to say ‘goodbye’ to America.  see: Bilderberg Group

What were they thinking?

Friday, January 26th, 2007

I’m sitting here watching “JFK: Reckless Youth” as I write this.  It’s a three hour movie starring Patrick Dempsey.  Let’s just say McDreamy is highly esteemed in this household.  The movie has been talking about Hitler and the Nazis.  I’ve wondered a lot recently, what were the Germans thinking during the Nazi regime?  Hitler has been demonized completely since that time, for good reason, so how did the German people allow him to do all of his nefarious deeds?  Was the average German a coward, terrified to challenge the Nazi authority?  Did he/she believe the propaganda and think Hitler was doing the right thing?  Was he/she ignorant of what was going on?  Maybe the average German thought that if Hitler gained more and more power that their life would be safer and richer.  It could be a mix of all of these things, I don’t really know.  This is something we should think about today.  Hitler took away civil rights, declared himself supreme ruler, and killed many people.  How do we know we’re not falling under the same kind of spell?  The German people may have been ignorant and apathetic, brainwashed and proud, or disgruntled and powerless.  Either way, Hitler was allowed to do his damage.  What went wrong with the German people?

History can teach us many things if we are to listen to it.  If we turn a deaf ear, it is also bound to repeat itself.  Welcome to the time loop.  Many of the people in this country have been bound inside a time bubble.  They can’t understand the past and can’t feel into the future…and worst of all, they can’t relax into the present.  We’re taught as kids that the United States is the most powerful and free country in the world and could never be defeated.  Sure we knew about Independence Day and that at one point in the past the U.S. didn’t exist, but the belief instilled in us is that the U.S. always was and always will be…the seeds of complacency…everything’s fine, trust me.  It’s not that we really thought the U.S. had always existed, but just that it didn’t matter to even ponder the past, since we were living in the most liberated country in the world.  We were free, we were on the right team, so why worry about the time before that reality?  Why question the notions of ‘freedom’ when we were told we were free?  At least that was my experience as a school boy.

Yes, I’m gliding around and around the same sorts of ideas in this post…question everything and realize that you may not know everything in your little bubble.  But I guess the point I’m getting at is the benefits of putting yourself in another’s shoes to learn about your own life.  It’s nothing that hasn’t been said before.  Just understand that everything hasn’t always been as it is now, yet things the same things are always reoccurring.  For instance, in ten years, a child may consider it ‘normal’ to have to carry around a National ID card in the United States.  He might think it silly to imagine a world without an National ID card, since it would be all he knows.  Business as usual for the little chap.  He may not realize that Hitler wanted people to carry around national identification papers.  Blissful ignorance?

I was really meaning to write this post about the potential dangers of cell phones.  There are studies that say cell phones are safe and there are others that don’t.  Maybe they’re safe in the short term.  Maybe not.  Maybe in forty years, people will be dying from brain tumors in droves.  I don’t know.  Are you willing to take that risk?  I’m sure if you are a heavy cell phone user that you will naturally gravitate toward the studies that downplay or disregard any potential risks.  Don’t worry, that’s a fairly common psychological reaction.  Ignorance is bliss, right?  How’s your head?  I read an article recently that made a connection to the phenomenon of cigarette smoking and cell phone use.  What do you think the people were thinking when cigarettes were first marketed and the tobacco companies were telling them they were safe and cool?  Is that a correlation worth noting?  Nothing to see here; don’t pay attention to the man behind the curtain.  Honestly, I’m not saying cell phones are harmful and can potentially cause cancer because I’m not an expert and I don’t know for sure.  But I also can’t say for sure that they’re safe.  The ‘experts’ might not even be able to understand how the cell radiation affects the human body at this point in time. 

I would hope that cell phones are safe for all those who use them currently.  I do think it’s necessary for the issue to at least acknowledge.  Some people may not even realize that this even is an issue and that there are those that warn of serious risks from cell phone use.  I guess only time will tell… 

Quick List

Wednesday, January 24th, 2007

Here’s a quick list of things that may have an effect on your perception of the world.  Most people know nothing or very little about these items, although a few I’ve mentioned before.  I think it’s fairly true to say that the more you think you’re free, the more enslaved you really are.  Research this list and build at least a basic understanding of the terms and you might surprise yourself.  If you come to think that the items are relevant and important to your worldview, ask yourself why you’ve never heard about them.  And if you don’t care enough to look into them….well, that’s your choice.

Illuminati

New World Order

Council on Foreign Relations  

Trilateral Commission

Bilderberg Group

Carlyle Group

Project for a New American Century

Project Monarch

Project Paperclip

Project Mockingbird

MK Ultra

Operation Northwoods

Gulf of Tonkin Incident

Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment

Skull and Bones society at Yale University

Bohemian Grove

National ID card (Real ID Act)

Trans-Texas Corridor

NAFTA Superhighway

Security and Prosperity Partnership

The ‘Amero’

FEMA concentration camps

Military Commissions Act of 2006

Downing Street Memos

Prescott Bush Nazi ties

DynCorp sex trade

9/11 Controlled Demolitions

9/11 Insider Trading; Put Options

9/11 NORAD standdown orders

WTC 7

Rothschild’s family history

Rockefeller’s ‘Memoirs’ quote (p. 404-405)

Internet 2

China’s organ harvesting

Embedded Microchips in prisoners, soldiers, mentally ill, elderly, etc. (you’re next)

Posse Comitatus (research how our police is being militarized)

Information Awareness Office (check out the logo)

Artificial Scarcity (oil, diamonds, etc.)

JFK Commission’s Magic Bullet theory

Top 100 World Economic Entities

Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports

 

Hail Hillary!

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007

Most of us were told as children that any U.S. citizen has the chance to become the President of the United States.  I’m sure for many that seemed like a magical idea…that the U.S. is the strongest and most liberated country in the world and the President is the leader and protector of that sovereign nation.  Sounds pretty cool, huh?  The idea of growing up and becoming the most powerful figure of the modern world.

Well, at least some of us grow up and realize that the mystique of the Presidential position is mostly an illusion.  We learn that the role of the president isn’t supposed to be one of a dictator or ‘decider’, which doesn’t make it seem quite as cool.  We start to see that the president is really just a puppet position for powers far more complex and widespread.  We question whether it’s really true that anyone can become president because we see that every U.S. president so far was a white male.  We wonder, why not a woman or someone from a minority group?

How about Hillary Clinton?  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if she became the first woman president?  That would prove that anyone can be elected into the position, right?  Well, she’s decided to run after denying the intention for so many years.  Here’s our chance I guess.

Don’t fall on or get run over by the Hillary Clinton bandwagon.  It’s a load.  Just because she’s a woman doesn’t mean she’s good…maybe the elite just want to have a different type of suit in the oval office in order to fool you that something will actually change for the better.  Look into the Clinton family history…it’s not all about saxophones and charity work.  The Clintons are cold-blooded.

And the idea that anybody can become president?  The Clintons and the Bushs both come from the same royal line.  Think about it…if Hillary were to get elected and then re-elected for a second term we would’ve had a Bush or a Clinton serving as either a president or vice president for 36 years straight!!!  Are we living under an elite that has a divine right to rule?  I wonder if the president is actually selected by bloodline as opposed to elected…. 

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B.B.V.E.

Tuesday, January 16th, 2007

I’ve been trying to decide what to write about for my next post since my riveting poetry session, but it’s been difficult.  There are many things I want to discuss, but I’m not sure what I should bring to the table at this point in time.  Things that I’ve been throwing around in my mind: the necessity of maintain various levels of sovereignty, the implantable microchip (yep, not leaving that one out!), 9/11, the visionary potential of the general public, a list of specific things to do to stop the NWO (instead of a poem, hehe), etc.  In other words, things the few who actually read this are waiting with baited breath to see.

I decided to keep it simple.  It’s an observation and an inquiry…a phenomenon that continues to bewilder me.  I got this idea through an experience I had at the weight room with my lifting pals.  While one of my friends today was benching (I put up 270 lbs tonight, towel bench style!), his shirt raised up and I noticed a ball of lint lodged in his belly button.  I won’t mention his name here, but let’s just say he’s definitely gotten stronger since we’ve been lifting together due to his affinity for carrying heavy bags of sand.  Anyway, I was oddly put at ease with this, knowing that I’m not the only one who deals with this strange belly button vortex effect.  It happens to me basically everyday.  I get home from an extremely hard day working at the temp job and when I take off my shirt, I have a sizable lint ball stuck in my belly button.  It’s like a gravity tornado for shirt fuzz.  Do most guys experience this?  Is it dependent on how much hair you have on your stomach?  Nickie says she may make a sweater from my belly button lint if I start a collection of it.  Any of the five to ten of you audience members out there have any thoughts?  If I can get at least half of you to write a comment on this, I’d at least have two or three comments…What do you think?

P.S.  I’m sure I’ll get more comments on this than any of my previous posts…case in point: American Idol.  10,000 people can try out for a silly pop show in Minneapolis alone, but no one seems to think anyone has the time to get together to protest an unjust war or to impeach the President or to shut down the Federal Reserve.  I guess it’s a matter of priorities…