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Friday, October 24, 2014

Pope: “Corruption Is a Greater Evil than Sin”

US Army General Wesley Clark Discloses CLASSIFIED Policy Changes

1st published by CV 10.26.2011 

Be Cautioned: Wesley Clark is CFR and staff member of socialist George Soros - - read sketch below short video!


Libya destroyed: next stop Syria and then Iran

Retired US Army General Wesley Clark, Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe, is now working directly with socialist George Soros, whose stated goal is to defeat capitalism and make America a socialist country. See article below:

International Crisis Group: George Soros is on the Board along with Council on Foreign Relations Members, Thomas R. Pickering, Morton Abramowitz, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Wesley Clark, James V. Kimsey, George J. Mitchell and Kenneth Adelman and UN Leaders, Kofi Annan, Lakhdar Brahimim, Asma Jahangir and Louise Arbour. These Men are Enemies of America. Wonder What New Financial Crisis They're Planning Next for Us?

Why are 3 George Soros funded/associated organizations (Microsoft, Amnesty International and Goldman Sachs -- the only ones mentioned) all specifically identified in this Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) document, written by the CFR's president? 

The document describes the US and other countries giving up sovereignty, for example, to cap carbon emissions. The CFR Organization's 4,300 Members include very big names

George Soros has written and/or is mentioned in 379 CFR Documents. "Goldman Sachs" is found in 888 CFR Documents and "Jeffrey Sachs" is found in 319 CFR Documents. "New World Order" is a frequent focus and found in 135 CFR Documents. The Communist code word, "Social Justice" is found in 916 CFR Documents. The Communist code word, "Sustainable Development" is found in 352 CFR Documents. The Communist "Global Warming" Scam is found in 957 CFR Documents. "Socialist" is found in 562 CFR Documents

Example, CFR "must read" (their words, not ours): New World Order Document, says "Copenhagen talks are an indication that a new world order may be forming with increasing power given to China." We suspect most Americans will not like what this powerful "think tank" is thinking...Read rest of article here 

In Lies We Trust: The CIA, Hollywood and Bioterrorism (Full Length Documentary)

Published on Jun 15, 2014

This feature length documentary about medical madness, cloaked in bioterrorism preparedness, will awaken the brain dead. It exposes health officials, directed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), for conducting a "War of Terror" that is killing millions of unwitting Americans.

It was produced by award-winning humanitarian, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, a world-renowned authority in public health education, covert intelligence agency operations, and emerging diseases investigations. He is the author of three American bestsellers, including Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola—Nature, Accident or Intentional? and Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse.

This monumental film exposes the agents and agencies behind: Hollywood films and the media creating a profitable culture of bioterror; the "War on Terrorism" used to control populations; the most lucrative war in history—the "War on Cancer;" the onslaught of dozens of new immunological diseases and deadly flus; the "War on AIDS" triggered by contaminated vaccines; the anthrax mailings resulting in restricted freedoms, and sales of toxic drugs, deadly vaccines, and more.

This urgent life-saving DVD comes without copyright restrictions. Every viewer is encouraged to reproduce and distribute copies to others. Donations to Tetrahedron Films to cover costs and produce more films like this are greatly appreciated online at or by calling toll free 1-888-508-4787. You can screen the film on behalf of local charities.

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FBI Whistleblower: “U.S Is Reviving Terror Scare With ISIS To Promote The Terror War Industry”

October 21, 2014 by Arjun Walia

So called “terrorist” attacks have been taking place on the planet for decades, the most memorable one being 9/11. 

Almost 15 years later, that one “terrorist” attack has served as a massive awakening tool for the human race, allowing us to see through the veil that’s been blinding the masses for so long, but we still have a long way to go.

Interestingly, it’s a well documented fact that Al-Qaeda was a creation of the CIA, there are multiple sources that show that, and it seems that ISIS might not be any different. (source)(source

The same terrorist groups the United States and their allies are fighting against were created by the United States and their allies themselves, this is a historical fact, so it’s important we ask the same questions when it comes to ISIS and keep our minds open to that possibility.

Many believe these groups are created to give the false illusion that we are under attack, in order to justify the infiltration of other countries for ulterior motives, and many still believe we are going after “terrorists.”

Here  is a video of US four star General Wesley Clark pretty much alluding to the same thing.

The video below is of FBI whistle blower Sibel Edmonds appearing on RT news. She is a former FBI translator and founder of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC). She gained a lot of attention in 2002 after she accused a colleague of covering up illicit activity involving Turkish nationals, which included serious security breaches and cover-ups, alluding to intelligence that was deliberately suppressed.

Here’s what she had to say about the “terrorist” group ISIS. She basically points to the belief that ISIS is the creation of those who are calling them terrorists. Think about that for a moment.

You can read a full transcript of this interview here.

What do you think? Do you think ISIS is just another creation of the United States and their allies? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.


City Govts Pass Laws to Deprive Food for Homeless

Citing "community pressures" as reason for governments to interfere with the feeding of the homeless by caring citizens, restaurants or vendors is dreadfully shameful. In these instances the liberty deprivers certainly find useful to apply Nullification of individual rights as justified! 

Then, of course, they authorize themselves as a 'caring government' monopolizing the handouts - - with fees! This is not a community spirit our founders had in mind. An additional example of un-Constitutional unlawfullness is the harm caused by the IRS tax-exempt 'charities' for the privileged elite.

Anyone seeking to help by contacting their local city council members (larger ones), or county  supervisors can contact us for a city or county e-mail addresses. Here's the larger Florida city list to kick off the campaign. Counties list upon request. Be sure and read the embedded links in the below article to become informed before taking responsible and courteous action. 

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50% Increase in U.S. Cities Advancing Laws to Restrict the Sharing of Food with Homeless People

Friday, October 24, 2014
National Coalition for the Homeless

Every year, feeding the homeless is getting a little bit harder to do in the United States.

Since 2010 there has been close to a 50% increase in the number of American cities that have passed or introduced laws imposing restrictions on the sharing of food with homeless people.

Fort Lauderdale has become the latest to do so. The Florida city is the 22nd since January 2013 alone to approve such a law or restrict such practices through community pressures, according to the National Coalition for the Homeless. Another 10 U.S. cities are in the process of passing such legislation.

Cities that already have these laws on the books include Houston, Texas; Costa Mesa, Chico and Hayward, California; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Olympia, Washington.

The Coalition, which is an advocacy group for the homeless, began tracking this kind of legislation in 2010. It discovered that there has been a 47% increase in U.S. cities’ efforts to pass such laws in the last four years.

Fort Lauderdale’s law mandates that soup kitchens must be at least 500 feet away from homes. They also must be 500 feet apart from each other, and there can only be one homeless food site located per city block.

The ordinance, which city commissioners passed by a vote of 4-1, does not restrict churches from providing food to the homeless as long as it is done indoors.

A number of organizations that provide weekly meals to the homeless may be forced to halt their operations as a result of the new rules, according to The Sun Sentinel. One in six food charity organizations are already concerned that they’ll have to close up shop soon, according to a recent study (pdf) released by Feeding America.

City lobbyist and Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust chairman Ron Book supports the ordinance. “Feeding people on the streets is sanctioning homelessness,” he told the newspaper. “Whatever discourages feeding people on the streets is a positive thing.”

“One of the most narrow-minded ideas when it comes to homelessness and food-sharing is that sharing food with people in need enables them to remain homeless,” counters a new report (pdf) from the National Coalition for the Homeless. “In many cases food-sharing programs might be the only occasion in which some homeless individuals will have access to healthy, safe food.”

Fort Lauderdale commissioners who passed the restrictive ordinance said they participate in other efforts to help the homeless, including projects to provide housing and one-way tickets to reunite the homeless with family members in other parts of the country.

- Danny Biederman, Noel Brinkerhoff

To Learn More:

Fort Lauderdale Commissioners Pull All-Nighter and Approve Homeless Feeding Restrictions (by Larry Barszewski, Sun Sentinel)
Share No More: October, 2014 Report The Criminalization of Efforts to Feed People In Need (National Coalition for the Homeless) (pdf)
VIA AllGov

The Bitcoin Experiment Continues ... Gold and Silver Persist

By Staff News & Analysis - October 24, 2014

The Rise of Bitcoin Is It Real Money If It Doesn't Come From the Mint? ... Bitcoins introduced a lot of people to the idea of computerized money. Now the digital currency, which set off a minor frenzy when it broke into public consciousness in 2013, is trying to grow up and turn into something useful. – Bloomberg

Dominant Social Theme: Bitcoin could be money, maybe ... Anyway, it´s interesting.

Free-Market Analysis: We´ve always been a little skeptical of bitcoin and have received plenty of slings and arrows for our apparently non-libertarian stance when it comes to this private, electronic technology. But we remain interested and this Bloomberg article caught our eye.

This Bloomberg Quick Take, in fact, was first posted at the beginning of October and then updated yesterday. The short article asks two significant questions: What is money and can bitcoin become an accepted money regionally or worldwide?

Remember, please ... for a while, it was quite the fashion to approve of bitcoin if you believed in freedom and rooted for its expansion. Now the mania seems to have worn a bit thin, but our fascination remains ... and our skepticism.

We had trouble with bitcoin´s backstory. We found it hard to believe that some Japanese fellow had simply dumped such an elaborate concept anonymously onto the 'Net. We also found its adoption hard to believe. After all, how many white papers, no matter how brilliant, languish in the blogosphere?

Somehow this one created a currency revolution. Okay ... Well, maybe ...

Bloomberg doesn´t puzzle much over how and why bitcoin got its start. This Quick Take accepts the mainstream history as a given but then goes on – as mentioned – to ask several questions that are interesting anyway.

Some more:

Novelty has given way to the hard slog of starting and funding new companies, like brokerages and bitcoin storage sites, that can be boring and profitable. Utopian fantasies have subsided as consumers remain unconvinced of the value of swapping their cash for bitcoins, or using it to buy goods and services or for transferring money.

There are plenty of people in Silicon Valley, Wall Street and other tech or money hubs around the world working on it, but no definitive answers are in sight. With price swings that have shown that owning bitcoins isn't a sure path to riches — the currency's value swooned 20 percent over five days in October — you have to believe in the brainpower invested in bitcoins if you want to believe that the reality will eventually match the rhetoric.

Even as entrepreneurs look for new business models, the bitcoin community has been working through some legacy issues, like the 2013 indictment of the operator of Silk Road, an anything-goes online market where drugs were peddled for bitcoins or the bankruptcy filing by Mt. Gox, a Tokyo-based exchange, after hackers pilfered 850,000 bitcoins.

Regulators are proving to be a bigger challenge than many entrepreneurs had hoped. Benjamin Lawsky, the New York state superintendent of financial services, has proposed rules on digital currency companies that drew often-unprintable reactions from bitcoin entrepreneurs.

European banks were warned against handling bitcoins until new EU regulations take effect. The U.S. Internal Revenue Service ruled that bitcoins would be treated as property, not currency — meaning that buying a $2 cup of coffee with bitcoin you bought for $1 could trigger a capital gains tax.

And the Bitcoin Foundation is fighting an internal battle over whether supporters should focus on advocacy or improving the software that makes transactions in the currency possible.

Leaving aside our suspicions about bitcoin´s antecedents, we remain worried about its evolution. You can see an interview dealing with these issues here:

Jesse Heaslip, Bitcoin Entrepreneur: How a Government Partnership Will Build a Bright Future

It was Heaslip´s conviction that bitcoin was not going to expand without government blessing; his perspective was validated by arrests of bitcoin entrepreneurs that set up various facilities for trading items that were frowned upon by authorities.

Heaslip also made the point that exchanges trading bitcoin were going to demand transparency and, indeed, this is happening. However, users' enthusiasm for this bitcoin development may not be overwhelming given the attractiveness of bitcoin as a privacy enhancer.

One alternative to bitcoin we've mentioned in the past is called hawala or hewala and means transfer. According to Wikipedia, hawala is "an informal value transfer system based on the performance and honour of a huge network of money brokers, primarily located in the Middle East, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and the Indian subcontinent, operating outside of, or parallel to, traditional banking, financial channels, and remittance systems."

Hawala can be implemented anonymously, and this is certainly something that recommends it to those interested in preserving their privacy in an increasingly intrusive time. Wikipedia, again:

In the most basic variant of the hawala system, money is transferred via a network of hawala brokers, or hawaladars. It is the transfer of money without actually moving it. In fact, a successful definition of the hawala system that is used is "money transfer without money movement."

It has struck us in the past that a combination of hawala combined with the use of gold and silver potentially provides both anonymity and value. Perhaps this sort of concept is already in use regularly (but surely if so it is not advertised). Nonetheless, it would seem to us to offer an intriguing solution.

In the meantime, there is bitcoin. While Austrian economics tells us that anything can be used as money if it is accepted by users, bitcoin does have significant hurdles to clear given increasing elements of antipathy exhibited by officialdom around the world.

Bitcoin is also a bit complex to use, which militates against its quick acceptance by a larger public that is not especially comfortable with this sort of technology. Nonetheless, bitcoin continues to maintain value among those who hold it and use it for transactions.

We're not going to make any predictions about bitcoin long-term, but it does have valid elements in an increasingly challenging transactional era. Understand, we not advocating criminality, merely privacy. Government is increasingly intrusive these days and we're not aware of any abiding right for officials to know every single aspect of your financial life.


Our "advice"? What we have suggested before: Investigate bitcoin, even experiment with it ... but hold your gold and silver tight.

Via Thedailybell


Thursday, October 23, 2014

American Prisoners of War Repeatedly, Shamefully Betrayed By Their Government - Shocking Documentary

Beyond doubt the most horrific documentary of betrayal by Government that we have ever seen. And we thought we'd seen them all, and even have tapes of the Senator Kerry committee.  This IS a MUST WATCH selection.

Declared "Secret" in the 'national interest'? Who the #*&^@ do these political & corporate criminals think they are fooling? The records are Secret only to protect themselves from public disgrace before the American people, and probably worse.

For the Bottom 90% of Americans, Financial Security is Slipping Away

We are regarding this article as a disguised appeal for the “middle class” to whine for an even bigger government. Of course, any ‘benefits’ will come from their own sweat and sacrifice to a bigger debt, not from the pockets of the ruling elite…CV

Thursday, October 23, 2014

No matter how you look at it, the economic picture for most of America is not good.

From too much debt to not enough savings to shrinking incomes, the vast majority of Americans are confronted with erosion of their financial security.

A new economic study (pdf) from the National Bureau of Economic Research paints a bleak outlook for 90% of the country. This great mass once enjoyed a growing share of the nation’s wealth from before the Great Depression until the 1980s, according to researchers Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman . The share of the wealth for that group peaked at 35% in the mid-1980s. By 2012, that share had dropped to 23%. 

Saddled with growing amounts of mortgage, consumer credit and student debt, the 90% has had little in the way of extra money to put into savings, Saez and Zucman wrote. In fact, the savings rate by those in the lower 90% is about zero. By comparison, the top 1% of families put aside about 35% of their income. The authors say that income inequality will increase as long as the middle-class savings rate remains low.

Another report, from the liberal Center for American Progress, offered up another double whammy of fiscal troubles for Americans: declining income and growing expenses. It reported that the median income of all families dropped 8% from 2000 to 2012.

Meanwhile, the costs of sending kids to college and paying for health care and child care have soared. Higher education expenses have represented the biggest increase, jumping 62% from 2000 to 2012. Health care and child care went up 21% and 24%, respectively.

-Noel Brinkerhoff

To Learn More:

Exploding Wealth Inequality in the United States (by Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman, Washington Center for Equitable Growth)

Wealth Inequality in the United States Since 1913: Evidence from Capitalized Income Tax Data (by Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman, National Bureau of Economic Research) (pdf)

The Middle-Class Squeeze (Center for American Progress, […liberal think tank … CV])

U.S. Income Inequality Reaches Record Extreme (by Noel Brinkerhoff, AllGov)

Upset about the Richest 1%? The Top .000003% Own $25 Trillion (by David Wallechinsky and Noel Brinkerhoff, AllGov)