Civil Unrest

July 19, 2016 by  
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As everyone knows the news is full of great news!  Police being shot (black lives matter even though more white people get shot), RNC quite contentious (either growing pains or self destruct agony), NATO member nation stages coup (at least that is my opinion) and mainstream news promotes Hilary (let’s elect a criminal for President!)

As I live and breathe it never ceases to amaze me how really awful the situation world wide has become.  I am always hopeful that things will change for the better.  Days like this make a bit cynical though, maybe just not enough sleep I hope.

The good news:  unemployment continues to fall to lowest numbers in a very long time, oh yea since the Government number guys quit counting everyone that just gave up!  Real number according to some very well respected economists – 23%.  The stock market is climbing and has hit new highs recently, free money buys a lot of stuff including real estate.  Remember 2007 and 2008?  Are you ready for something that might shape up to be much, much worse?  Oh yea, and we are going to accept Syrian refugees!  Look at what is happening in Europe with all the influx of refugees!   I urge you to think about it!






July 10, 2016 by  
Filed under Commentary, Economy

While the current racially charged events take place and garner almost all of the news coverage, don’t forget that the world is in a place of great fragility.  The economies before Brexit were weak and the uncertainty that is now prevailing could end up causing a great many unforeseen consequences.

We are in a period, in my view, of fertile ground for ‘black swan’ event(s)! I urge everyone to keep their eye on the greater picture, don’t follow the ‘news’ blindly.

Powder Keg!

As Turkey starts to try to communicate with Russia, asking for a meeting, it remains to be seen if the ‘incident’ of downing the Russian jet, doesn’t set off a string of unintended consequences.

I am in agreement with an article I read that points out that the real winner in any divisiveness amongst those who claim to be on the offensive against them is ISIS itself.  Before this incident there ‘appeared’ to be some sort of unity, at least as much as one could expect given the rhetoric of the past several weeks.  Now the tone has most definitely changed, if what is being reported by just about every MSM and alternative news outlet is even remotely on track.

Everyone has an opinion. What is yours?  This post will also appear on the facebook page, perhaps you want to express it there.  I think we all need to share our perspectives on this one.

Have a great holiday weekend!



The  ‘Controllers’ put a little too much in their witches brew —- this is some of the results!

After 20 years of this spraying, ‘Right in Front of our Eyes’, still less than 2% of the population are even aware that this is going on! Wow!

AUSTIN, TX 2nd NOV.’15



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Whew, the nasty UN arms treaty goes down

November 7, 2015 by  
Filed under Commentary, Government, Military and Defense

Good news as U S Senate passes bill to refuse U S entry into UN arms treaty.  Part # 11 of UN treaty mandated confiscation of all privately owned firearms.  List of who was in favor of disarming everyone is included.  Care to take a guess?  The entire Democratic Party has gone nuts!






HOORAY – A 53-46 vote


The U.N. Resolution 2117 lists 21 points dealing with firearms control, but perhaps of most interest is point number 11:







By a 53-46 vote – The U.S. Senate voted against the U.N. resolution. HOORAY.



This is that brief, glorious moment in history when everyone stands around..reloading.


Now, which 46 Senators voted to destroy us? Well, let their names become known ! See below . If you vote in one of the states listed with these 46 “legis..traitors”… vote against them.



In a 53-46 vote, the Senate narrowly passed a measure that will stop the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.



The Statement of Purpose from the Senate Bill reads: “To uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.” The U.N. Small Arms Treaty, which has been championed by the Obama Administration, would have effectively placed a global ban on the import and export of small firearms. The ban would have affected all private gun owners in the U.S. and had language that would have implemented an international gun registry, now get this, on all private guns and ammo.



Astonishingly, 46 out of our 100 United States Senators were willing to give away our Constitutional rights to a foreign power.


Here are the 46 senators who voted to give your rights to the U.N.:



Baldwin (D-WI)


Baucus (D-MT)


Bennett (D-CO)


Blumenthal (D-CT)


Boxer (D-CA)


Brown (D-OH)


Cantwell (D-WA)


Cardin (D-MD)


Carper (D-DE)


Casey (D-PA)


Coons (D-DE)


Cowan (D-MA)


Durbin (D-IL)


Feinstein (D-CA)


Franken (D-MN)


Gillibrand (D-NY)


Harkin (D-IA)


Hirono (D-HI)


Johnson (D-SD)


Kaine (D-VA)


King (I-ME)


Klobuchar (D-MN)


Landrieu (D-LA)


Leahy (D-VT)


Levin (D-MI)


McCaskill (D-MO)


Menendez (D-NJ)


Merkley (D-OR)


Mikulski (D-MD)


Murphy (D-CT)


Murray (D-WA)


Nelson (D-FL)


Reed (D-RI)


Reid (D-NV)


Rockefeller (D-WV)


Sanders (I-VT)


Schatz (D-HI)


Schumer (D-NY)


Shaheen (D-NH)


Stabenow (D-MI)


Udall (D-CO)


Udall (D-NM)


Warner (D-VA)


Warren (D-MA)


Whitehouse (D-RI)


Wyden (D-OR)



Folks, this needs to go viral. These Senators voted to let the UN take OUR guns. They need to lose their next election. We have been betrayed.



46 Senators Voted to Give your 2nd Amendment Constitutional Rights to the U.N.



Please send this to   SOMEONE …..

Russia, Syria, Proxy Wars

When we hear about the current conflict in Syria/Iraq involving ISIS, US Coalition forces and Russia I don’t think we are hearing the truth of the situation, big surprise!  The ‘Cold War’ is back and running at full speed seems like, just the theater of operations has changed.  Proxy wars with new ‘enemies’ make this an ‘interesting’ and dangerous theater.  And, now with  Russia placing more troops on their borders with NATO countries and NATO is responding, we could move out of proxy fights to direct conflict.

Everyone is against ISIS, or so they say, but then we also have Assad in Syria and that ‘civil war’ going on virtually on top of the ‘war’ against ISIS.  So now enter all the players, Russia backing Assad and throwing military might, weapons, aircraft etc to the ‘civil war’ but not stating that they are joining the coalition forces against ISIS-that would be just too contradictory since the ‘coalition’ forces are directing all their military might, now troops as well (U.S. troops anyway) against ISIS and supporting the ‘rebels’ against Assad.  As you know the the U.S. has publicly denounced Assad as being a despotic dictator who must step down and have democracy.

It seems that the U.S. can’t learn from a long series of mistakes in the Mid East where democracy doesn’t always end up being what we think it should be, especially when you look at who ends up in power.  Worse, even when democracy is not the end game (supposedly), just getting rid of someone Washington doesn’t like has ended up badly, ibid, Libya and any number of African countries.

Then add Russia’s overtures to Iran, also a Syrian ally, and you have one huge melting pot of disaster.  Sunni vs Shiite-Russia vs US/NATO vs ISIS and Syria but not so much Iran now.  In my opinion the situation in Syria and Iraq is a virtual powder keg just waiting for a reason to go off in a very big way! There are far too many variables known and unknown that could very easily spin out of control.

Just my opinion!


Gold backed Yuan? Incredible prices required

June 9, 2015 by  
Filed under Banking, Commentary, Economy, Finance

The attached link portrays the prices required of Gold should the Chinese Yuan become ‘backed by Gold’.  A $64,000 price seems pretty outrageous, but when you consider all the debt and derivatives out there, probably too low!  Read article here.

IRS Secrets, Secret #1

June 3, 2015 by  
Filed under Commentary, Government

‘ 7 Secrets IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know ‘… Secret # 1


Secret Number 1: “Getting or Having a Social Security Number is Strictly Voluntary”! It is fair to say most Americans believe that getting or having a Social Security Number is mandatory. Regardless, it simply isn’t the truth! The few who suspect it is ‘voluntary’ will quickly concede that it seems one can’t do much of anything any more without the number.

Nowadays, everyone asks for ‘our’ SSN, The voices who warn, particularly in this age of Identity Theft, nefarious hackers, NSA snoops and countless internet enticements to ‘be careful’ are faint and otherwise unsuccessful in swaying the multitudes to think before they rush to satisfy their ‘wants’ and get what handing over their SSN promises to provide. For most of us, we seem to be so focused on what we want that we just don’t care about the consequences.We seldom think twice before we surrender our most cherished asset; our personal sovereignty!

In fact, there is no ‘Primary Law’ in the United States that requires us to obtain or even use a Social Security Number!!! As is clearly stipulated in the Social Security Act of 1935, “…getting a Social Security Number is ‘Strictly Voluntary'”.

Furthermore, the Social Security Administration is required by law, to this day, to inform mothers of newborns and all others looking to apply that the program is ‘Strictly Voluntary’. Those who operate believing otherwise are the result of the IRS’s 75+ year historic propaganda campaign to usurp tax revenue, at all costs, by way of a ‘nonconstitutional’ corporate culture.With all principles embodying ‘constitutional protections’ and common sense we have built our way of living and pursuing prosperity on a ‘fiction‘. When we opt to apply for and obtain this ominous number, we in law, alter our common law birth right citizenship and, in fact, instead become franchisees of a ‘foreign corporation’, i.e.; the Federal Government thus opting into the ‘Federal Zone’. In turn we become minions of privilege and class and are forever regulated and taxed under the guise of ‘doing the right thing’, while all along we are in fact, continuing to blindly partake in immoral and unlawful activities.

Congress, as recently as the Privacy Act of 1972, has continued to support this truth wherein it states “…discrimination by employers among others against those who,for various reasons, choose not to obtain the number is unlawful”. Sadly, before the ink was dried on this historic accomplishment, society made an oblique turn and ambitiously pursued the ‘credit card’; a 24ct privilege, which was introduced in America in 1972-73.

Subsequent generations quickly ignored the efforts of our grandparents and ‘card burning’ protesters of the 60’s to preserve and maintain personal sovereignty. These and other activists of their time knew well and their fears were clearly justified what beings we would become and what freedoms and dignities we would eventually surrender if ‘We The People’ didn’t hold the line on this ‘social engineering scheme’ which we should admit by now benefits a few at the expense of the many.

You are invited to read Secret #2; “The Use of Children as Dependents Deductions on a 1040 Return, is ‘Strictly Voluntary'”.


Bildebergers Set to Meet Again This June

June 2, 2015 by  
Filed under Commentary, Organizations

Once again the elites are meeting again, this time in Austria.  The Bildebergers are the most notorious and now infamous of the elitist organizations.  What is on the agenda this year?  We just wait to see.  Perhaps the newest bomb shelters to wait out the coming apocalypse?  Anything goes during this one.  Read here.

ISIS and atomics? Is it possible?

May 28, 2015 by  
Filed under Commentary, Government, Immigration

thursday2In a recent article written by a ‘captive’ british journalist the mention of the possibility of smuggling an atomic weapon into the U.S. is bandied about.  It seems the purpose of the propaganda is to increase the ‘fear factor’ among the citizens.  Personally I think our borders are very pourous and it is alread obvious that anyone, including vast amount of illegal foreign nationals, can be smuggled in to our country.  What they might also bring with them is the question and how easily can a nuclear weapon be obtained by a group with the financial resources?  Read the article here.

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