“Do you believe that computers and robot factories will define the years to come? Maybe you have failed to notice that the US electric grid is decrepit and in need of at least a $1 trillion upgrade-and-rebuild, which, by the way, is not going to happen. What is all that crap going to run on?” – J Kunstler
The more detached from reality American culture becomes the more strictly ceremonial leadership gets, as illustrated by the raft of bromides Barack Obama floated past the assembled vassalage of government last week in another grand effort to avoid the necessities of the moment.
Those necessities include freeing a hostage public from the tyrannical clutches of corporate despotism — the evil empire of big boxes, big burgers, big pharma, Big Brother — and the atrocious rackets fostered by them that masquerade as an economy. The template of the life we have known is broken and the pieces within are flying apart, and no amount of wishing or promising can keep them going. If this society is even going to survive, the people have to smash their way out of this template prison, probably against the efforts of the people and organizations now running it merely for their own benefit.
The future is telling us very clearly: get smaller, get finer, get more local, get less complex, get less grandiose, do it now. Do you want to eat food in the years ahead? Better make sure you live in a part of the country where small-scale farming and backyard gardening is possible because the General Mills Agri-Biz GMO Cheerios model will be folding its big tent along with its financing agents in the debt Ponzi banking system. Continue reading
Freeman Fly is the guest on this episode of the Kev Baker show on TruthFrequency.com.
Topics include secret societies, rituals, symbols, aliens from hell, moon anomalies, the cloning of the Obama family from ancient Egyptian times, Michael Jackson time traveling, Hollywood and the CIA, mind control and so so so much more!
You really better be prepared for some of this info, it will literally melt your mind
The House voted Wednesday to defund President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, a step Republicans promised to take after Obama said in November he would provide legal protection for up to 5 million illegal immigrants.
Members voted 237-190 in favor of a defunding amendment brought by Rep. Bob Aderholt (R-Ala.). All but seven Republicans supported it, and it was opposed by all Democrats.
Republicans voting against it were Reps. Carlos Curbello (Fla.), Jeff Denham (Calif.), Mario Diaz-Balart (Fla.), Bob Dold (Ill.), Renee Ellmers (N.C.), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Fla.) and David Valadao (Calif.).
With that vote, Aderholt’s language was attached to a Department of Homeland Security spending bill, which the House then passed shortly after noon in a 236-191 vote.
Aderholt’s language would block funding for Obama’s executive action, even those funds that agencies collect on their own through fees. It would prevent enforcement of memos DHS released in 2011 and 2012 that allow agencies to halt immigration enforcement on various classes of illegal immigrants. Continue reading
Breaking Down The False Flag Event In Paris
- UK manufacturing is collapsing.
- Central bankers continually threatening Greece on elections and a Greek exit from the EU.
- Many people being laid off. Retail stores closing.
- Obama explains how he is going to pump of the Real Estate bubble.
- Obama was misinformed on the Russia economy, low oil prices and sanctions will not collapse the economy.
- Ukraine is going deeper into debt.
- Russia trades fighter jets for food with Argentina.
- US placing F35’s permanently in Europe.
- The entire terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo was a false flag event.
All source links to the report can be found on the x22report.com site.
“Attkisson learned through a Freedom of Information request that the FBI opened an investigation of the hacking case in May 2013, but says the bureau never interviewed her or even notified her of the probe.” – H Kurtz
(Fox News) – Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson has sued the Justice Department over the hacking of her computers, officially accusing the Obama administration of illegal surveillance while she was reporting on administration scandals.
In a series of legal filings that seek $35 million in damages, Attkisson alleges that three separate computer forensic exams showed that hackers used sophisticated methods to surreptitiously monitor her work between 2011 and 2013.
“I just think it’s important to send a message that people shouldn’t be victimized and throw up their hands and think there’s nothing they can do and they’re powerless,” Attkisson said in an interview.
The department has steadfastly denied any involvement in the hacking, saying in a 2013 statement: “To our knowledge, the Justice Department has never compromised Ms. Attkisson’s computers, or otherwise sought any information from or concerning any telephone, computer, or other media device she may own or use.” Continue reading
Each week, we prepare a selection of newsworthy events to which the current market can
explained, somewhat. This week is no exception, save one difference, that being so many
want to see/hear some kind of look into the prospects for the year ahead. Our look ahead
starts with a rear view mirror look back at 2014. In hindsight, we began 2014 with a
positive outlook, but that quickly changed into the view that 2014 could turn out to be just
like 2013…no big rally. On that score, we were on point.
Before engaging in a review, we have abandoned providing any background news, this
week, because for us, the most important news moving forward is found in the six charts
that follow. If you are willing to accept the message the market is giving to everyone, you
will understand the folly of those who opt to make price “predictions.” Keep in mind, a
good many of the experts with the largest followings were touting a price breakout by the
end of 2014. None called for new recent lows, and if someone did, our apologies for not
knowing who you are. Bottom line: predictions are a waste of time.
To the degree that new recent lows developed in 2014, we did not expect that event. This
is a more forgiving “miss” because we were not advocating trading the market from the
long side, on paper throughout 2014. Strong recommendations to buy physical gold and
silver were a constant, on our part. While all purchases for the physical made during the
year are higher than current prices, the buy recommendations were always qualified for
reasons unrelated to the market trend being down. Continue reading
When you’ve got a guy like Senator John McCain who says “The battlefield is the United States of America,” it tells you that almost nothing is safe in the Land of the Free.
Whatever remains of civil liberties are going to feel the full brunt of the state’s boot heel.
They’re already regulating some of the most fundamental aspects of life, from how we are allowed to educate our children to what we can / cannot put in our bodies to the very nature of money.
People are forced to hold their savings in insolvent banks backed by insolvent insurance funds backed by insolvent governments. And those insolvent governments have demonstrated that they are perfectly willing to directly confiscate accounts.
Retirement funds have proven to be an easy, tempting target. A number of countries including Argentina, Ireland, and Hungary have appropriated private pensions. Even the US government temporarily dipped into federal employee pensions.
Western governments are making every possible effort to take over the Internet. Despite every previous attempt (SOPA, PIPA, etc.) failing due to public outcry, they keep trying and trying (ACTA, CISPA, etc.). Continue reading