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Occupy Wallstreet Thoughts

October 16, 2011 Leave a comment

I’m all for people engaging in peaceful protest, exercising their constitutional rights to assemble peacefully and to freedom of speech, the democratic process, the whole sh-bang. Having said that, I’ve been watching this Occupy Wall-street movement from day 1(Sept 17), and seeing the lack of progression, the lack of solidarity, and lack of clear demands that are being made really makes me see this as a stagnant movement which will probably die down once the weather gets too cold for the protesters to persevere. I understand that the people out there all have one thing in common, they are upset about the government corruption, lying politicians, the upper 1% hoarding all the wealth, getting all the breaks, while the bottom 99% get more taxes, inflation, and their employment being outsourced to Mexico or China. Students in huge debts without any jobs available to pay off their debts with, people who have lost their job and have no means to support their family, and the fat cats on top with it all while we’re debt slaves without a clear way to freedom.

Then I came across articles like this which suggest that the movement wasn’t grassroots like it appeared to be, that it was created by a Serbian group called CANVAS which is supported by the CIA. Second article I read with similar information. I had a feeling the movement would be co-opted or that provocateurs would cause violent outbreaks but the whole movement being stages? So is this whole movement a false flag movement? A setup? a trap? If this movement was just fabricated for CIA interests, to what purpose would having protests starting in New York, then growing and conglomerating to such a global scale accomplish?

When this movement first started, I was wishing that it was happening in Canada to, because it looked like fun, and I lost my job over semi-bullshit reasons. Still as the movement continued to grow through out the US my skepticism and cynicism grew with it, and today it appears the movement had spread from through out the US, to a global scale, and I just can’t help but think that somethings fishy about this whole scenario. Is this just the power of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, making it easier for people to plan protests on a global scale? Or are we being set up? Also how many cases in history do you remember protests actually bringing about any change(aside from Gandhi)? Is this the skeleton of what will become the next great revolution?

Maybe this whole movement is being used to distract attention from the day to day bullshit that’s going on such as Nobel Peace Prize winner Warmonger Obama sending 100 troops to Africa, and that completely bullshit fabricated story about Iran, Mexican Drug Cartel, Saudi Ambassador, planned hit-man, I don’t even bother getting into the details of these bullshit stories because its the same thing every-time.

“Oh that country that we’ve been telling you is a threat to peace, and is building nuclear weapons, has decided to hire a hit-man to kill a Saudi ambassador on US soil, we stopped it, and got the undeniable evidence. This is an act with no beneficial motive, thus we can conclude that Iran really hates this freedom we have, so they have to kill a Saudi. We told you they were evil, part of the Axis of evil, that includes Syria. Time to go on our moral genocidal crusade, and when we find out that there were no nukes, whoops, oh well, now that we’re here we might as well stay for the oil.”

Harsh sanctions are being pushed on Iran now, and the world doesn’t seem to care. Sanctions usually are first step before they invade, for bullshit reasons. Once again it seems war against Iran is getting closer and closer, yet the Occupy Wall-street movement has everyone who would normally be against this shouting slogans about the upper 1%, and how its all unfair, and booing congressmen, while failing to even point their finger on the federal reserve private central banking systems that have created western economies based on never-ending perpetuating debt resulting in boom and bust economies to which governments have no control over, and thus governments are forced to keep adding taxes to try to keep up with their debts which is impossible because with interest there’s never going to be enough money in circulation to pay it off. Thus you have a system of modern economic enslavement, when we’re all on auto-pilot waiting for Friday every week and complaining about Mondays after killing braincells on the weekend with beer and liquor because that’s what society grants us. We say we’re free, while we work our balls off to retire at 65 if we’re lucky, and most of us today aren’t able to do that, and if they do they have such little money as the cost of living keeps increasing but their pensions don’t. I wasn’t going to embed a YouTube video but since I’m talking about our economic enslavement disguised as freedom, here is The Story of your Enslavement:

I guess I’ll just have to wait and see how this plays out, but I don’t plan to be going to the Occupy Toronto protest any time soon. Footage of the G20 protests have made me realize the fascist nature of my once believed peace loving nation. My hopeful side says I hope the occupy wall-street movement comes to an agreement on some actual demands, makes a positive collective change, and not to many are injured or arrested. My skeptical side is saying this movement will end once the weather will get cold enough, and the politicians will basically ignore it, and arrest a group here and there, or use it for campaigning. My Murphy’s law advocate side is thinking, get out of there, this is a trap, their going to throw you in fema camps! Run while you can! Shit’s about to hit the proverbial fan!

I guess I’ll have to see how this plays out. Just had to get this shit out of my system, because I keep watching the protests expecting at any minute for shit to get escalate, violent, and for there to be some surprises or unseen motive revealed. I think the PTB intentionally created the BP oil spill which is still leaking, and that the Fukushima quake was created by HAARP, and that every world event is going to script, and if it isn’t its co-opted and the script is adjusted accordingly. But that’s just my opinion, think what you will about the seemingly random list of world events that occur day to day.
“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Syria The Next Libya

Now that NATO has completely destroyed the Libyan infrastructure to remove their leader Qaddafi, regardless of the fact that he was a good leader, and the majority of the Libyan population still like him, although you won’t see this on the news of the western media. They usually show a bad picture of Qaddafi that has him scowling or grimacing, and they never seem to mention the loss of life caused from NATO’s “humanitarian” bombing mission. They’ll just say reports that they’re closing in on Qaddafi or that the mission has been extended. More info on the toll the NATO led humanitarian mission has created a humanitarian crisis here->
So anyways…Now that Libya has broken into chaos and violence caused by the NATO supported rebels, and NATO’s bombing and aerial drone strikes, it would appear that the next country in NATO’s cross-hair is Syria, because they appear to be doing the same routine. Even if you believe in the terrorist fallacy they have presented, you have to raise an eyebrow or at least see the same pattern being used on Syria now. All over the media they are talking about the Syrian people being unhappy with their leader, and that there is violence, and Assad has had his own people killed etc. etc. etc. They did it with Libya, they did it with Iraq, and it wasn’t necessary for Afghanistan, as that war started right after 911 because the troops were conveniently at Afghan the border prior to 911, and the public wanted some sort of reprisal after being “attacked”, so the invasion happened right afterward.

Basically they make a boogeyman out of the enemy’s leader with their manipulative media&poison repeaters, then they get sanctions to make the inevitable future military confrontation easier, and finally they bomb/invade/do what they gotta do to put in a puppet leader and begin milking the countries resources while extending the mission every few years by telling the public if they leave a civil war is going to break out. As soon as they started mentioning the unrest in Libya and Syria, it brought back memories of “Confessions from an Economic Hit-man” which was an interview with John Perkins, some one who worked with the US government, and he speaks of the methodology the US has used since the end of WW2 to bring about regime change in different countries whenever it was in their best financial interest to do so. Here is pt1 of that interview:

Prior to watching this interview I would have never imagined the US had so much influence at a reach so far from its borders this long ago in history. To be able to bring about regime changes in countries 3000 miles away without even going to war is crazy. I found this surprising for the 1950’s. Now I can see the same pattern that they just used with Libya going on with Syria.
While the western media is talking about unrest in Syria, and the Syrian population not happy with Assad, the protests that have been going on since Sept 17, that the media has finally just started covering are being downplayed. The media is saying that the Occupy Wall-street protest is small, but when you hear about 700 arrests taking place in New York on Saturday, you’d have to agree that this doesn’t constitute as small. This protest shows huge dissatisfaction of the people sick of the upper 1% taking everything for themselves, yet the US is looking at other countries populations that are unhappy with their leaders.
Russia and China vetoed the first proposed Sanctions, but Turkey has appeared to call for Sanctions after that veto. I think Turkey did this to smooth things over with Israel after their conflict in September.

So here we go again, Syria the next Libya, no one seems to care about this (except for their tax dollars being), and I believe this is just one more step closer for the US to finally occupy all the necessary nations to start the real war with China or Russia, which may be fought on Iranian soil. Seems like a road to WW3, and as long as people are compliant by joining the military, and wearing yellow ribbons, we are all once again subject to the bankers giant risk game for the 3rd time in 100 years.
“All war is based on deception” Sun Tzu
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The Electric Universe

I meant to post this a while ago but I also meant to maintain employment and not to be facing potential incarceration for selling the most useful plant on this planet, cannabis. If you won’t accept that cannabis is the most useful plant on this planet, congratulations, your corporate masters have done well into conditioning you into the douche bag you are today who probably has rigid beliefs, and a close-minded know-it-all attitude, because you attended everyday of elementary school when they taught about drugs and you believe anything the MSN says as truth without needing any proof. But that’s another topic.

Speaking of beliefs, I read something last week about them shooting a particle faster then the speed of light, which disproves Einsteins theory of relativity. Here is that story ->

This was by no means a shock to me for I have watched the documentary at the bottom of this blog a while ago, and I have learned of a new theory that seems to make more sense then all this anti-matter, dark-matter, string-theory, multiple-dimensional, big-bang hypotheses these so called Physics experts are pulling out of their asses for reasons to why all their crazy ass calculations (that I could never do so gotta give them expert credit for that at least) don’t seem to add up. Every since I first heard of the big bang theory, I thought God was a man who banged something or someone and the embryo ended up being the universe. Then my teacher put in a VHS about it and I realized that the big bang was more like an explosion and after the explosion the universe began expanding from that moment. It seemed like bullshit then when I first heard about it, and it seems like bullshit now. There was also always problems with the math behind it as they got closer to the big bang the calculations would always screw up which proved to me that it had no merit. Still today everybody talks about the big bang like its indisputable fact and that’s how the universe was created.
Well I like this documentary because it starts off talking about our changing view of reality in the beginning. It mentions in the beginning our constantly changing view of reality, it makes sense of why ancient myths are basically the same in all cultures (aside from the names), it accurately predicts the nature of various cosmic phenomena, and it can be proven with our technology that the universe is electric and composed of 99.9% plasma… Any how, check it out… Thunderbolts of the Gods:

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The Pursuit of Truth in the Age of Uncertainty

October 1, 2011 2 comments

Ok so the date Comet Elenin came into alignment was once again another anti-climatic ball breaker. This has gotta be like the 4th time now that the world was supposed to end, in my life time, I get my hopes up and for what? To wake up to another morning of this same bullshit, awaiting the next prophet to tell us its all going to be over because the bible, or the comet, or global warming, ice age, catastrophic cataclysm beyond you wildest imagination like the movie 2012 seems to be pointing in the direction if. The worst thing is I want to be skeptical next time, in fact I was kinda skeptical this time. I know it’s going to keep going like this til one day I’m gonna be like, doomsday? get the fuck outta here! No really, get outta here, you’re bothering me. When I get to that point shits going to hit the fan, and I’m not going to even mention it, or I definitely won’t blog about it. You’d be surprised how much shit I just throw out there in conversations because I could go either way on a lot of the stuff I read, or I don’t feel like getting in an argument with a bigot.
This is what happens when the proliferation of information grows at such an exponential rate. I remember when I first used the internet, I was a 10 year old at my older cousins house, getting kicks off of asking girls from all over the world on ICQ what their cup sizes were. That was amazing to me! Even more so amazing every chick seemed to have c36, is that the ideal cup size or is that average? not average in Canada I don’t think. I would’ve never began to imagine YouTube, twitter, Facebook, blogs, Skype etc/. Today everyone’s got a blog, a twitter account, a YouTube account, and a Facebook. If you don’t you’re just one of those people who struggle to adapt to the silicon world that’s growing around you without you realizing it.
Every time I have a bet with a friend, I walk to a location with WiFi access and look on Google to see whose right. After doing this with so many bets, or so many questions, I am left contemplating, what defines truth? Is Google the most reliable way of knowing what is true? Does searching 5 different sites that Google pops up prove without a doubt that is the answer? When you got a billion people using Google as their indisputable source for information, and a billion people typing information they got from Google as pure fact, does that mean Google controls the information? There are some things we can prove as undeniable fact by doing simple experiments, but other things where the apparatus is well beyond out means, do we just take Google’s word for it?
I hate to bring up 911 again, but I’m simply bringing it up because it is the reason I stopped watching any news media without the stance that its all bullshit or a trick trying to make us think a certain way. 911 is why I stopped watching TV (with the exception a few downloaded shows I download) and why I stopped seeing Wikipedia as a reliable resource (because they still give the ‘official’ story for 911 and the topic is locked). But not just 911, the constant media hysteria that constantly gets the status quo doing exactly what they wanted. For instance H1N1, last year everyone was freaking out, you have to get this shot, people are dying, look how many died from the Spanish flu, this is going to be as bad, if not worst. My sister was pregnant at the time and I urged her NOT to get the shot. After the hysteria died down, they didn’t mention anything about it again. The story that they didn’t report is here. 700% increase in miscarriages, but then again this link is just hearsay that I can’t prove although I have read a lot of comment threads for different youtube videos of women reporting their miscarriages after taking this shot, and how they had 2 other baby’s no problem). The h1n1 hysteria was blown out of proportion for population control and to make a profit of this vaccine that was used in 76′ that was going to expire shortly, and for once I would like to see the MSM, did you have get an H1N1 shot and lose a kid? Sorry about that, try not to cause misinformation induced mass infanticide again. I supposed those are just more links to more words that any douche-bag who has access to the internet and basic knowledge of HTML can publish.
It’s come to this, where there is so much information from so many sources, and even though I no longer find much credibility in the western MSM I do find RT(Russian Television) to show a better picture of the story although they still do say a lot of things I disagree with. “In the age of universal deception, telling the truth is a revolutionary act” they should change this to “In the age where anyone can publish anything, disseminating the truth from bullshit with 100% accuracy is an impossible task”. We have come to the age of uncertainty, and even though it’s filled with a lot of disinformation, misinformation, and my opinion gets changed too frequently for my liking, I supposed it’s better then relying on the corporate controlled media which seems to be controlled by the Zionist interest, or maybe I’ve been led to believe that? Or maybe it is, but The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion(pdf) aren’t credible are they? I hear the ADL saying that it’s not real, but who controls the ADL?
Don’t get me wrong I’m not in promoting the idea of have the internet controlled, I’d rather read 1000 different theory’s and pick the one of the week that I’m feelin at that place and time.
I hear by rename the truther movement to the uncertainty movement, as that seems to be more what it is. But hey at least we can all agree with one thing, the western mainstream media is part of the military industrial complex, such is why you never hear much criticism toward any war, unless it’s by someone who wants to lose their job. Zionists control the MSM, and always put every other group in the crosshair (the goyem) aside from themselves(or maybe I’m just assuming here, and shouldn’t assume, leads to assumptions). And if you’re a Jew with common sense who is against Zionism, they call you a self-hating Jew like Norman Finkelstein, or the Jews who were for a free Palestine in the propaganda film Religulous by Bill Mahar the douche who is clearly a Zionist shill.
I sense I am rambling probably a side effect of having only 1 hour sleep last night, and I didn’t proofread this at first, but now after doing it, I’m glad I did.
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ps. The only reason I did proofread this is because I accidentally left out the link to “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion”, so when I Googled it for the link (irony), the first thing that pops up is something about this document being anti-Semitic, then under it there’s some names Jew Watch, which sounds anti-Semitic, and would have someone who doesn’t know much about this believe it to be so. Whether or not this document is real or not, it is interesting to see how many relate today when looking at Zionism not Judaism. People focus too much on ethnicity today. A lot of people did that with Obama, and a lot of people continue to believe in the fallacy that Obama is a good president because he made history by being the first black president. Once again I am looking straightly at policy, and two things that should keep me from being labeled
1) “Not every Zionist is a Jew, and not every Jew is a Zionist”, the only quote I’ve heard that wasn’t prewar rhetoric from Joe Biden (vice president)
2)”The first black president bombed an African country” a quote from a rapper known as Lowkey on his song Obama Nation pt.2, his much anticipated album The Soundtrack to the Struggle comes out on Oct. 16, I wasn’t going to put a video on this blog, but these 2 music videos tell seem appropriate

Obama Nations pt.1

Obama Nation Pt.2

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