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CIA’s clumsy hitters

In what strongly appears as a contract hit, Boris Nemtsov was murdered within photo-op distance of the Kremlin by multiple shooters from a slow-moving car. Though a tiny figure in current Russian politics, he could be called “an opposition leader”. Of course the man of many names who could be called “president” was among the first to read from his teleprompter a message condemning the murder. A speech I suspect was written before the event took place. Here is a really good news show covering the situation: Moscow Murder A manhunt is underway after prominent Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov is murdered in a drive-by shooting right outside the Kremlin in the centre of Moscow; Vladimir Putin has expressed his […]

the threat of nuclear war

The Neoconservative Threat To International Relations By Paul Craig Roberts This week I was invited to address an important conference of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. Scholars from Russia and from around the world, Russian government officials, and the Russian people seek an answer as to why Washington destroyed during the past year the friendly relations between America and Russia that President Reagan and President Gorbachev succeeded in establishing. All of Russia is distressed that Washington alone has destroyed the trust between the two major nuclear powers that had been created during the Reagan-Gorbachev era, trust that had removed the threat of nuclear armageddon. Russians at every level are astonished at the virulent propaganda and lies constantly issuing […]

4 simple questions

While the information below is still a solid, real part of true history, the links that were included and referenced in it have been removed from the World Wide Web, as far as I can tell. You can try them. They didn’t work from my computer. The cold-case posse charged by Arizona’s Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio investigation found the same things and a lot more. Do a web search on that phrase. There is A TON of supporting evidence. On to the four questions … 1. Back in 1961 people of color were called ‘Negroes’. So how can the Obama ‘birth certificate’ state he is African-American” when the term wasn’t even used at that time? 2. The birth certificate […]

Forget Doom and Gloom

Preparedness is the Ultimate Act of Optimism from: The Organic Prepper   Does this sound familiar? You’re talking to a friend or family member who isn’t on board with preparedness. (And it’s even worse when they think they know what’s going on in the world but garner their so-called “information” from network news sources.) You try for the millionth time to get them to consider stocking up on a few things and they say this: Life’s too short for all of this doom and gloom. Live a little! You’re such a pessimist! My response to this is that preparedness is the ultimate form of optimism. One who practices skills, makes dramatic lifestyle changes, and studies current events critically may come […]

The Startling Truth About the US Dollar

I am impressed by the following article. It is gorgeous in its clarity and simplicity. Many of us struggle to explain it, but always sense the skepticism. It so obviously cannot be true. Yet, right there in front of our faces, is the truth. The grandest theft ever accomplished happened in front of millions of witnesses in broad daylight with nary a soul making even a peep of complaint. – Ted “That Couldn’t Possibly Be True”: The Startling Truth About the US Dollar Paul Rosenberg, Editor, A Free Man’s Take Dear Reader, I’m often astonished by facts that are discoverable but that almost no one knows. Today’s subject is one of them. You would think that such an essential […]

Secession, Slavery and the Civil War

Causation, Correlation or Mass Confusion? from: NathanKleffman.com The facts, theories, conspiracies, scams, resources and products that I think are important, and so should you. The Ludwig von Mises Institute recently hosted their annual get together in Houston on the heroically controversial theme of secession. Mises Institute President Jeff Deist opened the morning with a speech advising us to secede in our local capacity, starting at the individual level. Dr. Brian McClanahan detailed America’s rich history of secession, from the 13 colonies’ war of secession from Great Britain to Texas’ war of secession against Mexico. Lew Rockwell contrasted the rich libertarian history of secession to the regime libertarians’ knee-jerk reaction to such an unapproved opinion. After lunch, New York Times […]

shifting the free press into neutral

In what one Republican called a “monumental shift toward government control of the Internet,” the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved a proposal granting the federal government the authority to regulate Internet broadband providers under the same law as public utilities. Five commissioners voted 3-2 along party lines in favor of the proposal known as net neutrality. The 332-page plan has not yet been publicly released. Is anyone else reminded of a health care plan that pervert Pelosi told Congress “we have to pass in order to see what is in it”? “Net neutrality is a solution that won’t work to a problem that doesn’t exist” – Ajit Pai (a dissenting FCC Commissioner). Pai is an oustpoken opponent of expanding […]

who do you trust?

Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you. Pericles One of the great frustrations for those who are paying attention is family and friends who don’t. I realize THE RULERS have the glitzy media on their team and the smoothest liars money can buy as spokesmen, but for goodness sakes, we have family, friends and community. How can they compete? Ah yes, bread and circuses. Crap! Their bread may be GMO, HFC garbage, but the taste buds don’t seem to notice while the circus plays on and watered-down beer flows. How can the victims not see it? In one picture is your father, mother, aunt, uncle or someone […]

body English

Since I almost never watch television, it is extremely rare I see the con-man-in-chief with his lips moving. On those few occasions recently where I did both, I was struck by the body language clues ohbummer puts out. Where are his minders? After each outlandish falsehood he utters, his mouth blatantly broadcasts the movements of resolute lying. Watch for yourself. Following statements that could be parsed out to be technically true or at least not horribly false, his face gives nothing away. But when he really puts big ones out there, he sets that mask “this is our story and I’m sticking with it”. Gerald Celente can be edgy at times, but in this show is not so much. He […]

capturing the curl

You just gotta hand it to Mother Nature. She makes beautiful things happen. The Pacific Coast created this image. A photographer captured and shared it. I spent many fun hours body-surfing curls like this. Now I get to see Montana’s version. As the snow melts and re-freezes over my woodshed. Inspiring me to capture and share the photo.

2nd amendment, constitution, congress, liberty … bah

Popular Ammo in Peril – We Need Your Help! Can’t see images? View this email online. . . Valued Brownells Customer, We want you to be aware of an issue that may severely impact the availability and legality of economical and commonly-used .223/5.56 ammunition. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) has recently suggested it intends to revoke the “sporting purposes” exemption for M855 ammunition, which would likely make it unlawful to possess. Of course, M855 is widely used in AR-15 rifles for recreational and competitive shooting activities. Brownells, the NRA and other pro-Second Amendment organizations are concerned about this action as the AR-15 is the most popular rifle in the U.S., and this threatens to diminish the […]

1958 cost of living

Running around Facebook is a poster showing the cost of living in 1958. It is, of course, priced in 1958 dollars which were still directly exchangeable on demand for silver dollars, halves, quarters and dimes. The poster is horribly deceptive. The Federal Reserve had already printed far more paper dollars than there was silver to back them, but few people noticed or cared. Paper was lighter, more convenient and had approximately the same value. Keep in mind, that every new dollar issued by the Federal Reserve came into the economy through the nine member banks who owned the Federal Reserve. They were GIVEN the money to loan out and collect interest, principle and assets in exchange for passing out this […]