As we discussed last time, the US government has gone completely rogue, there's a pile of documents that prove it, and no one is doing anything about it. In fact, that's the real news in that story.
The Russian elections were a disaster. Putin has been marketed to the hilt, and he still had to arrest the poll watchers to get elected. Medvedev had to twit an obscenity to get any attention at all.
Corzine (which just sounds like a poison to me) testified that he put a billion and a half dollars down somewhere, and when he looked again, it was gone. Now, wait a minute. If you try to move $10,000 out of the country without filling out a dozen or so forms and declaring it at the top of your lungs at the airport, you go down for it. This guy 'misplaced' over $1,500,000,000, and he gets invited to Washington to tell them how he did it. A$$ hole is all I gotta say about it.
One bit of news I'm watching vvveeerrryyy closely is the drone story in Iran. Frankly, I have to laugh. The US/Israeli mafia launched Stuxnet at Iran to muck up their nuke program. So, the Iranians launched a virus at the drone fleet (remember that story?), suddenly they can take over guidance and fly the thing in for a smooth landing. If I were them, I'd be selling that stuff on the black market ASAP. That's gold, baby. I bet Pakistan is lined up with cash in hand. It reminds me of a line from Star Trek: Search for Spock. Scotty hands Kirk a fist-full of parts and says, "The more they overtake the plumbing, the easier it is to stop up the works."
That about sums up the entire globalista/Anglo-American/Western empire story. They've created a high-tech net to snare every soul on Earth, and it's so complex that all you have to do is toss a wrench in and the whole thing comes crashing down. In fact, let's take a look at the etimology of the word, 'sabotage.'
1865–70; < French, equivalent to sabot ( er ) to botch, orig., tostrike, shake up, harry, derivative of sabot sabot + -age -age
Wikipedia tells the story...
it derives from the Netherlands in the 15th century when workers would throw their sabots (wooden shoes) into the wooden gears of the textile looms to break the cogs, fearing the automated machines would render the human workers obsolete.
It brings to mind neoluddites. If you're not a luddite, then you're missing the wave of the future.
|al Qaeda hiding in diapers|
An eight-pound cannonball.
Yup, it's that easy...well, almost. If you have an 8-pound cannonball with steering jets that's able to send back telemetry after you've launched it into a free-return orbit around the Moon. But those are mere trivialities. The point is, if you shot this thing into space, rounded the Moon and changed the trajectory slightly while it was behind the Moon, then aimed it straight at the geo-synchronous orbit, but against the flow.
Are you seeing the picture here? You have to keep in mind that clouds of debris become death zones for anything behind when you're in space. Needless to say, you could end civilization in 24-hours with an 8-pound cannonball.
See how fragile this all is? There's an illusion of power. There's capitulation on the part of human beings who want to be slaves, to be led around by the nose, who want security more than enything else in the entire world, and they would sell their souls for it. In fact, they have.
So, the question is, if this global empire is so fragile that it can be brought down with a computer virus, how much do you want to invest in it? What's the old saying? Throw good money after bad? The fact of the matter is that the whole illusion is a failing bet. You can watch your horse lose in real time, and you're still betting the ranch on win/place/show.
We are being manipulated on an hourly basis to accept our lot in life and don't even bother to try to improve it. I mean, as soon as the economy goes sour, folks start hocking themselves to the eyeballs to get more degrees, and yet it's those very degrees that got us here, and all they are teaching is how to stay on the path to ruin.
My grandfather was orphaned when he was 12. He dropped out of school in 8th grade to get a job to support his brother and sister. Eventually, he ended up in the (now defunct environmentally uncool) California oil fields, working for Shell Oil. He worked his way up, inventing some cool stuff that he shared the patent with Shell. When he retired, he was COO and co-founder of Shell Chemical Deer Park. Eighth grade education.
Einstein was a drop-out. Steve Jobs was a drop-out. Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Cyrus McCormick, Jethro Tull, Abraham Lincoln...all drop-outs. Seems the really big movers and shakers don't waste their time on things like college, where they teach you how to tow the line.
We must rediscover a lost art...how to think independently. We have to relearn how to see the unseen, take the path untaken and how to bet the farm on the winning horse. Dying empires that can be taken down with computer viruses are a bad investment. Time to take your money out of that system and start a new one. I mean, how many other investments would you put your money in and have someone grab your daughter's crotch and yell at you and gas you, and taser you, and arrest you for doing something that is your God-given right?
Is that a good investment?
Or would you rather put your time, effort and skills to work in a system that will encourage your freedom, protect your liberties and is built on a solid foundation?
If Iran can take over and land a US drone, then the Anglo-American empire is a smoke screen. It only has existence because you kow-tow to it. If you surrender, it wins. The first step to being free is saying 'no.' Think about it. Slaves can't say 'no.' Only free human beings in change of their own lives can do that. And it's one of the smallest words in the English language. But think of the power it has.
Fake elections? No. Fake money? No. Police state? No. Blind obedience? No.
See how easy that was?