Sunday, April 24, 2011


He said he would begin to remove troops from Iraq immediately, then sent 30,000 more troops

and we are still there.


He promised to repeal the Patriot Act and then voted to reauthorize it


He said he was against illegal wiretapping and then voted to legalize it


He promised to renegotiate NAFTA then his staff sent out messages to top NAFTA members

stating that it was just rhetoric.


He said he was closing GITMO and then signed orders that continued to allow secret abductions called renditions and then sending prisoners to foreign countries.

When Britain promised to release proof of what happens in GITMO

Obama threatened to stop sharing intelligence with Britain.


He said he would rid the White House of Lobbyist and as soon as he was elected he began hiring them.


--William Lynn--lobbyist for Ratheon for Deputy of Defense

--Timothy Geithner Federal Reserve Bank Secretary of Treasury

--George Mitchell Middle East Envoy Lobbyist for Saudi Royal Family

--Head of CIA Leon Panetta Wall Street Lobbyist

--Department of Health and Human Services Tom Daschle Health Care firms Lobbyist


Whether or not you believe he had to make the decisions, should he have made promises?

The Obama Deception

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Media Control

Media Control

The news and truth are not the same thing."

~~Walter Lippmann, American journalist, 1889-1974
*"News is what someone wants to suppress. Everything else is advertising."

- Rubin Frank, former president NBC News

"We tell the people what they need to know, not what they want to know."

- Frank Sesno, CNN News
"Our job is to give people not what they want, but what we decide they ought to have." - Richard Salent, former pres. CBS News

The news media is controlled by about six major corporations. They own the television networks, the cable channels, movie studios, magazines, newspapers, publishing houses, and music labels. They also own websites.

As previously stated here, we are heavily influenced by the images and phrases constantly being pumped into our minds. We watch hundreds of hours of television in a months time. People feel that they cannot go without watching television every day. Have you ever noticed that what we watch is called programming?

Who are these corporations that own the media? Walt Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, CBS Corporation and NBC Universal, and News Corp. Clear Channel owns more than 1000 radio stations in the US. And we all know the big names on the internet, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft.

Here is a list of some of the smaller companies owned by the big six:

Time Warner
Home Box Office (HBO)
Time Inc.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
CW Network (partial ownership)
New Line Cinema
Time Warner Cable
Cartoon Network
America Online
Castle Rock
Sports Illustrated
Marie Claire
People Magazine
Walt Disney
ABC Television Network
Disney Publishing
Disney Channel
Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Buena Vista Theatrical Productions
Buena Vista Records
Disney Records
Hollywood Records
Miramax Films
Touchstone Pictures
Walt Disney Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
Buena Vista Games
Hyperion Books
Paramount Pictures
Paramount Home Entertainment
Black Entertainment Television (BET)
Comedy Central
Country Music Television (CMT)
MTV Canada
Nick Magazine
Nick at Nite
Nick Jr.
Spike TV
The Movie Channel
TV Land
News Corporation
Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
Fox Television Stations
The New York Post
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Fox Business Network
Fox Kids Europe
Fox News Channel
Fox Sports Net
Fox Television Network
My Network TV
News Limited News
Phoenix InfoNews Channel
Phoenix Movies Channel
Sky PerfecTV
Speed Channel
STAR TV Taiwan
STAR World
Times Higher Education Supplement Magazine
Times Literary Supplement Magazine
Times of London
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
20th Century Fox International
20th Century Fox Studios
20th Century Fox Television
The Wall Street Journal
Fox Broadcasting Company
Fox Interactive Media
HarperCollins Publishers
The National Geographic Channel
National Rugby League
News Interactive
News Outdoor
Radio Veronica
Sky Italia
Sky Radio Denmark
Sky Radio Germany
Sky Radio Netherlands
CBS Corporation
CBS News
CBS Sports
CBS Television Network
CBS Radio Inc. (130 stations)
CBS Consumer Products
CBS Outdoor
CW Network (50% ownership)
Infinity Broadcasting
Simon & Schuster (Pocket Books, Scribner)
Westwood One Radio Network
NBC Universal
NBC News
NBC Sports
NBC Television Network
SciFi Magazine
Syfy (Sci Fi Channel)
USA Network
Weather Channel
Focus Features
NBC Universal Television Distribution
NBC Universal Television Studio
Paxson Communications (partial ownership)
Universal Parks & Resorts
Universal Pictures
Universal Studio Home Video

Joel Stein is a columnist to the LA Times and a contributor to Time Magazine. He brags about Jewish people controlling the media.

He wrote an article in the LA Times 12-19-2008:
"Jews totally run Hollywood." He listed the following people as evidence, Fox News President Peter Chernin; Paramount Pictures Chairman Brad Grey; Walt Disney CEO Robert Igor; Sony Pictures Chairman Michael Lynton; Warner Brothers Chairman Barry Meyer; CBS CEO Leslie Moonves; MGM Chairman Harry Sloan; and NBC/Universal Studios CEO Jeff Zucker.

But I am not convinced that even they are the real power brokers. I believe they are being used by others who are more powerful, because they know they will be biased in their reporting, and also, because they know many people still hold prejudices against Jewish people. Jewish reporters are likely to report news on the Middle East with a slant towards Israel and away from Arab interests.

"...the J.P. Morgan [banking] interests.... and their subsidiary organizations got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press of the US.... They found it was only necessary to purchase the control of 25 of the greatest papers. editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information...."
--Congressman Oscar Callaway statements were included in the Congressional Record (vol. 54, February 9, 1917, p. 2947)

In the Introduction to Censored [1996]: The News That Didn't Make the News-And Why, a 1996 book by Carl Jensen, Walter Cronkite wrote:

"'A handful of us determine what will be on the evening news broadcasts, or, for that matter, in the New York Times or Washington Post or Wall Street Journal.... Indeed it is a handful of us with this awesome power... a strongly editorial power.

"...we must deicide which news items out of hundreds available we are going to expose that day. And those [news stories] available to us already have been culled and re-culled by persons far outside our control.'"

"Carl Jensen's assessment of Adolph Hitler's philosophy of information control--

"More than half a century ago Hitler said the masses take a long time to understand and remember, thus it is necessary to repeat the message time and time and time again. The public must be conditioned to accept the claims that are matter how outrageous or false those claims might be." Censored 1996.

David Rockefeller wrote in his Memoirs, "For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure--one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it."

RFID Chips, What They Mean To You

RFID Chips


Radio Frequency Identity Chips are tiny silicon computer chips and an antenna. Remote Readers can scan and read them and send information to a database. They can be read through fabric and plastic.


These things are already in all new American passports.


Wal-mart uses them to track it's shipments of supplies. the military also uses it to follow it's supplies.


We are being manipulated into using these things. One form of them is called the VeriChip Infant Protection System. People are actually having their children tagged like dogs. There are also forms of these used to keep track of elderly people. Keep in mind that senior citizens are the fastest growing segment of the population, due to the Baby Boom after WWII.


Hospitals are using them to keep track of it's medical supply inventory as well as drugs. If you have surgery, the bottles that contain tissue samples are tagged with RFID's that are keyed to information in the computer system about the surgery you had. When the samples get to the lab, the pathologist can scan the bottles and automatically pull up that information.


There are companies marketing sleeves to put your credit cards in as well as special wallets, to block anyone from being able to scan your cards as you walk past them.


Real ID Act of 2005


This act prohibits Federal Agencies from accepting driver's licenses or personal identification cards that come from state's not meeting the federal requirements of the Real ID Act.


Some of these requirements are that anyone applying for a license must provide certain information to prove their identity and immigration status. The cards have to have the RFID. And there has to be greater security at the actual DMV offices.

State DMV's have to 

"be in compliance with the Act to replace all licenses inted for official

purpose with REAL ID-compliant cards by December 1, 2014 for people born after December 1, 1964, 

and by December 1, 2017 for those born on or before December 1, 1964.""

If your state is not in compliance, then your cards are not allowed to be accepted for any purpose at the federal level.


Check out the following URL on the State of Florida's DMV website. It explains that it is already using RFID on licenses.


This one is the Department of Homeland Security's site:


The State of Ohio received a million dollars from DHS in 2009 in order to implement the program.


Friday, April 22, 2011


The police department in Memphis, TN began using new high tech equipment on their cruisers that scans license plates in 2010. This equipment sends the information to the dashboard computers inside the patrol car, and also to crime centers which monitor the information. Supposedly, this is to check for things like outstanding warrants, if the car is stolen, or if the driver is a convicted felon. The BBC has reported that this system would be national in Britain.


The Department of Homeland Security provides part of the funding for this equipment. DHS has been implementing procedures to find potential terrorists since the WTC bombing, or at least that is it's excuse. The problem is that the things that they consider to be suspicious behavior are things we all do on a daily basis. Have you ever publicly taken notes, or draw a diagram?How about taking photos or video? It's interesting that the government is allowed to take video of you, but if you take video, you might be considered suspicious.


DHS says they have policies in place and train their employees to keep private information from being abused. They do assessments on the information to determine if it infringes on privacy or if it is unnecessary information, and if so, it is not stored in their data bases. In an interview with CNN, Frances Townsend, former Homeland Security Adviser, stated that they, meaning the government could not "possibly retain all that information." But even she had no idea whether or not the training on the state and local levels was as good on privacy issues as it supposedly is on the federal level.


The United Kingdom, uses it's CCTV cameras to log every trip made by cars that pass by it's cameras and keeps the information for two years at a time. If our government keeps this information for that long, would you want them to know every trip you make during a two year period of time? It has also been reported by the BBC that people who do things like attend anti war rallies have been pulled over and questioned for being on a watch list.


Let's consider a hypothetical situation, suppose your husband is a jerk and he has spent time in the penitentiary. Now, you are driving through Memphis, minding your own business. Mr. Neighborhood Nazi, oops, I mean, Police Officer, comes up behind you and his computer tells him that your husband has prior arrests for gun possession, stolen cars, and driving without a license. Who wants to bet your makeup, is going to get messed up, when your face hits the pavement, because Mr. Police Officer is a little jumpy because the last guy he tried to give a ticket, reached toward his glove-box and pulled out a gun?


In the Soviet Union, all mail, phone calls and social gatherings could be monitored. The government was supposed to be protecting the people, but 61 million people died as a result of the Soviet government.






The information on so called suspicious behavior goes to "fusion centers" and is shared by DHS, and the FBI, as well as other agencies.


How does the government monitor us? One of the methods used is by diverting information gathered from major cell phone carriers such as ATT to government computers to be analyzed. I have also seen videos on where people have bought cable boxes and opened them up, only to find that they have cameras equipped with microphones inside them. The average American can purchase software and install it on someone's cellphone and then spy on them in real time. Want to bet that the government doesn't do that? If regular Joe's are tempted to do it, then why wouldn't a government employee?


There are even new digital electric meters, that can tell people when you get up, come home, go to bed, what appliances you use and how often.


Everyone is aware of the full body scans being performed by the TSA in order to take a flight.


The Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement gives U.S. and European governments the right to search your computer under the guise of looking for breach of copy right. Breach of copyright used to be a civil matter, not a criminal matter. Why is P2P sharing of music a national security risk? Whether or not you think it is wrong, it's not a government matter. Of course the big software and music companies will profit from having the government enforce things, so they don't mind if we get trampled upon.


The military also has M.A.V.'s which are Micro Air Vehicles; small flying robots that can move around in urban areas more easily than other unmanned vehicles and blend into the environment undetected.


The government wants people to get RFID chips in their drivers licenses, in border states, supposedly to make border crossings safer and quicker. But people can buy handheld RFID scanners and read your license for their own purposes. Some credit cards have them in them too, and IBM has a patent on devices to be placed in public places like bathrooms to track you for "marketing purposes." I'm sure if they just don't sell that information to the government, the government will find a way to obtain it.


CAIC and SAIC are companies that surveillance is outsourced to. It has been estimated that 70% of the budget for intelligence is outsourced, around 50 Billion dollars. The purpose of outsourcing, is because private corporations don't have to follow the same rules and regulations that government agencies do, and they don't have to report to Congress.


You should watch the Jesse Ventura episode about surveillance. There is a government contracted inventor on it, who demonstrates a device that can put noise or voices in your head that nobody else can hear. He also talks about the MAV's that look like flies, and polygraphs being done remotely.


If your car has OnStar, you might want to consider what it is worth to you. Even without it, you can still be tracked. The Justice Department says that you have, "no reasonable expectation of privacy', if you are traveling on a public road. They had a case overturned on appeal, because they had put GPS tracking on a man's car.


What about your frequent shopper card? They collect your shopping information and use it for more than to give you discounts. You might want to read this before you buy groceries the next time.


Infraguard is given information by the government and in return, Infraguard gives the government information. There are businesses and members of state and local government who are members and are spying on us and ratting us out to the government. The members are bankers, members of the agriculture field, and public utilities, as well as state and local law enforcement. If the government thinks there might be a threat to utilities or to the food supply, Infraguard members find out about it long before we do.


This week information has been widely reported that Apple and Google has been collecting tracking information with their phones. And then there is a device called a Universal Forensic Extraction Device, that can take all of your information off of your phones. There are concerns that this information can be used for racial profiling because blacks and Latinos use their cell phones more than whites do.



My sources for some of this information are reliable.


Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal


This one is about the recent news that Apple has been keeping the tracking info your phone sends them for months. And Google Android phones automatically track you unless you turn it off in the settings.


Computer World


If you go to this link, you will find a whole page about internet security and information mining, as well as several ways to avoid it.



None of us are immune. The reason former Governor Jesse Ventura became so interested in conspiracies, was because he was questioned by the CIA. The CIA is not supposed to operate within the U.S. If a governor can be questioned/interrogated by the CIA, then you are not safe.


When the government says they are going to protect us, why don't they use a condom? They are after all, preparing to rape you.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Last Words of Spartacus

The Last Words of Spartacus

Glory to Lucifer ... worshiped by the wind
Who said No to the face of those who said Yes
Who taught Man to tear down the evanescence
Who said No … so he did not die
And remained a soul eternally in pain

I am hanging from the morning gallows
My forehead is bowing to death
Because it did not bow while I was living
O’ brothers and sisters passing through the main square with your heads bent low
Gliding towards the end of evening hours, down ‘Alexander the Great avenue’*
Do not be ashamed
Do not be ashamed and raise your eyes toward me
Because you are hanging there beside me
Hanging next to me on Caesar’s gallows
Raise your eyes to me
For maybe if you do, and your eyes meet the death in my eyes
The extinction within me might smile
Because you raised your heads up if only once


The rock is no longer on his shoulders
It is now carried by those who are born in the dorms of the slaves
While the sea
The sea is like the desert, does not quench the thirst
For only tears quench the thirst of those who dare to say No
So raise your eyes up to the hanging rebel
For you will end up like him tomorrow
And kiss your wives
Kiss your wives right here in the middle of the road
For tomorrow it is in this very place that you will perish
Bowing is bitter
And the spider on the necks of men is knitting their fall
So kiss your wives
For I have not kissed mine goodbye
And if you see my child whom I left behind in her arms
Missing an arm
Teach him to bow
Teach him to bow
God did not forgive Lucifer when he said No
And the gentle hearted and the kind are the ones destined to inherit the earth at the end
Because they do not get hanged
So teach him to bow
There is no escape
And do not dream of a world full of happiness
For after every Caesar that dies
Is born another Caesar
And behind every rebel that dies
Is pointless sadness and wasted tears