Katherine Frisk – This article came about as a response to an email I received from Harry. Hi Harry (waving!) Seems that a lot of my articles are a result of conversations I have had, mainly because I am connecting dots every day and it is only when someone says something or asks something that I take a step back and attempt to see the whole jigsaw puzzle. So… here goes.
Regarding Keshe. I followed him sometime ago and then he went off the radar. Last I heard he was trying to leave Belgium because he could not take all the gross pedophilia. Can’t say that I blame him. It is the “P”capital of the world.
The following is as I understand the situation … for now. Things change so rapidly these days that something else could change the kaleidoscope within a space of 24 hours.
What I picked up from the Keshe Foundation is that Iran has not been developing nuclear bombs, but rather as you say, highly advanced plasma energy technology of which nuclear does play a part. One of which appears to be in conjunction with Russia, namely nuclear power plants that use nuclear waste and make it harmless. Apparently we have so much nuclear waste now that it could keep these power stations running for the next 300 years. So basically this is killing two birds with one stone. Increase energy production AND clean up the planet. And if you notice, Russia rather than the French or the British has been getting the contracts for nuclear power stations across the globe. This is just one of the pieces of the puzzle.
Back to Iran. Keshe made a comment that Iran has no fear of an attack from Israel because of these new technologies, as Keshe said, anything thrown at them will basically be a case of return to sender. It is defense technology that disables any and all missile systems or nuclear attacks and returns the hardware to it’s place of origin. In other words, Israel will end up bombing itself if it is not careful. What is more, these systems are capable of disarming Israel’s “Iron Dome,” something they have relied on from the US navy. This was proved to them in the Black Sea recently when a Russian Shukhoi SU24 aircraft disarmed their fancy AEGIS systems then simulated bombing raids on the USS Donald Duck. Continue reading →
Paul Rosenberg – Another American election cycle is upon us, and large numbers of people are lining up to pour their time and money into the sewer of politics, to be lost forever.
This system will not be fixed. Period. This is Rome in 460 AD. The rulers, as in Rome, are liars, mad, or drunk (these days, drugged)… or all three.
The “fall of Rome,” of course, was far more complex than we learned in school, but through all the many years of its decline, Rome was full of well-meaning people trying to reform and save it. And by the way, among the people who tried the hardest to keep the Roman game going were the Goths. They tried hard to keep Rome operational… and they failed too.
Do we really believe that central bankers will just lay down their monopolies?
Can we seriously expect a hundred trillion dollars of debt to be liquidated without any consequences?
Do we actually believe that politicians will walk away from their power and apologize for abusing us?
Do we really think that the corporations who own Congress will just give up the game that is enriching them?
Does anyone seriously believe that the NSA is going to say, “Gee, that Fourth Amendment really is kind of clear, and everything we do violates it… so, everyone here is fired and the last person out will please turn off the lights”?
And does anyone believe that the military-industrial complex will stop encouraging war, or that corporate media will stop worshiping the state, or that your local sheriff will apologize for training his cops to be viscous beasts?
Do we really believe that public school systems will ever stop lauding the state that pays all its bills?
Julie Wilson – The state senator behind California’s SB277 forced vaccination law is a pro at spreading misinformation, particularly on social media.
Carrying out the job that Big Pharma paid him to do — which we recently proved by publishing information about the industry cash he’s received — Senator Richard Pan recently posted a Facebook status citing a completely fraudulent article denying the existence of mercury in vaccines, which also made blatantly false statements about Natural News’ Mike Adams.
Written by PolitiFact Georgia‘s April Hunt, the article propagated a multitude of lies including claims that they attempted to contact Adams about his views on mercury in vaccines. Click here for details on the Politifact falsehoods based on either shoddy journalism or a deliberate smear campaign.
In fact, no contact with Adams was ever made by PolitiFact.
PolitiFact‘s claim is a blatant lie, one that Senator Richard Pan repeated in an attempt to attack Adams and distract voters from the fact that he received campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies before promoting the SB277 vaccine mandate in California.
In February 2015, a time when vaccine propaganda reached its peak following the “Disneyland Measles Outbreak,” PolitiFact falsely reported that “Adams declined to speak” with them about “his conclusions regarding mercury” and that he instead referred them to studies on NaturalNews.com. The allegation is blatantly false. Continue reading →
“When the preferences of economic elites and the stands of organized interest groups are controlled for, the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy.” – Gilens & Page (2014)
Truthstream Media – Remember the two guys that did the study which proved America is a oligarchy? (Not that those of us paying attention really needed a study to verify that.)
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders later even asked Fed Head Janet Yellen during a hearing on Capitol Hill if she thought America was an oligarchy; even she couldn’t deny it.
Those two study authors, professors Martin Gilens of Princeton University and Benjamin I. Page of Northwestern University, have now analyzed more than two decades of data to try and answer a new question: Does the U.S. government actually represent the people?
Their study took data from nearly 2000 public opinion surveys and compared it to the policies that ended up becoming law. In other words, they compared what the public wanted to what the government actually did. What they found was extremely unsettling: The opinions of 90% of Americans have essentially no impact at all.
This video gives a quick rundown of their findings — it all boils down to one simple graph:Continue reading →
Makia Freeman – We all have inherent rights, no matter whether the governing authority of a particular geographical area recognizes it or whether it has been written down on a piece of paper as law. People from different from societies and cultures call these rights slightly different things. In the USA, they have been referred to as unalienable rights ever since the 1776 Declaration of Independence. Some call them natural rights to distinguish them from State-granted rights (which are not really rights but rather privileges). Others simply call them human rights. From a more religious perspective they are called God-given rights. Those who are uncomfortable with the loaded term “God” because of all the connotations it carries may prefer intrinsic rights or inherent rights. But, whatever you call them, they are a universal concept; they are a natural extension of ourselves with which we are born, and which we possess just by virtue of being human.
What is the Definition of “Inherent Rights”?
A right is an entitlement to a need. Inherent rights are the extension of intuitive self-knowing, of knowing that we are entitled to have our basic needs met. They are the verbalization of an instinctual feeling that we are worthy of love, peace and abundance, and that we deserve certain things because we are alive. These rights “come with” us, and we carry them around, like a tortoise carries its shell. Technically, inherent rights have no material existence outside the human mind, so from one perspective you could say we have invented them. However, I believe they are pointing to something profound and ineffable, like a mapping device for how we are supposed to make our way in this world and socially interact with others.
R. Mitchell – As the pre-ordained next Democratic nominee for 2016, no one thought that Hillary Clinton’s multiple scandals would ever be investigated. Well, someone in the executive branch just gave the go ahead.
The Washington Post is reporting that the F.B.I. is now, after all this time, finally (did I overdo it?) investigating Hillary Clintons’ suspicious and possibly illegal closet-based email system.
The FBI has begun looking into the security of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private e-mail setup, contacting in the past week a Denver-based technology firm that helped manage the unusual system, according to two government officials.
To most, this will come as a shock. A democratic administration investigating the Clintons? After so many ignored controversies, most have assumed the whole email thing would be swept under the rug as well. But, it is not to be so.
Why would the rich and powerful in the Democratic party allow the executive branch to doom Hillary to a nomination loss? It’s simple, they weighed the evidence and decided that she could not win in 2016. A loss of the White House is too big a gamble and Hillary just isn’t getting the job done.