Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Police Officer Sexual Predators and Global Political Pedophilia

"Hundreds must have known something."

Former Biddeford police officer, Stephen Dodd, is accused of sexually abusing boys; Dodd was employed by the Biddeford Police Department from 1978 until his retirement in 2003 ("Documents reveal more about accused Biddeford officer's past" - Local News WMTW).

Rick Alexander was one of the sexually abused boys. He and others who speak about their sexual abuse need to be heard. Alexander took power back as a child by saying he was going to tell, but also evident is a lifelong struggle to keep a sense of self worth when perpetrators aren't brought to justice. Even worse, is when perpetrators of sexual abuse are known and protected by others willing to cover up the truth.

By having the courage to publicly speak Alexander empowers others now to know they're not alone. More men with courage like Alexander are coming forward and filing complaint: Larry Ouellette (he had also previously filed a complaint, was interviewed; no charges brought against any officers), Matt Lauzon ("Man recalls abuse by officer", Biddeford Courier), and Bobby Kalex (he had also asked the police for help). According to the following linked video web site, there are 5 men who've come forward at this time ("Biddeford, ME cops handcuffed, raped alleged victims"; Album on Imgur).

Now two Biddeford officers are currently under investigation for alleged sexual assaults ("2nd retired Biddeford police officer accused of sexual abuse"). The victims and residents are requesting Chief of Police Roger P. Beaupre, who was also working in the same capacity when the complaints were brought to him 13 years ago, to be suspended pending investigation.

I believe the men coming forward and what had happened to them. I feel sad they've had these experiences and perpetrators, knowing full well what they were doing, stole away the innocence of children. If we, as a society, are claiming all children to be our future  - to be cherished and protected - then we must also speak up in support, demand changes and accountability of perpetrators of sexual abuse, and provide an environment which allows telling and believing what they are saying to us. 

In the Bangor Daily New's (BDN) web page, "Crimes and Courts" articles are listed in the upper right and it becomes difficult to read some of them. Some commenters have written posts such as: Again! What is going on?... Police Officers, too... We're seeing 2 or 3 of these sexual abuse cases against children nearly every week! Another recent commenter about child sexual abuse said even though it's difficult to know what is happening we shouldn't turn away from the abhorrence, but address the issue in order to stop sexual abuse and sexual assaults.

As evidenced by documentation, police officers as sexual predators ("Who do you report to when your rapist is the police?"), and as pedophile predators isn't unusual as it may seem to some. What's unusual is if police officer sexual predators are even caught, convicted and fully prosecuted (i.e., not offered a sweetheart plea bargaining deal).

There is a Facebook page "Tribute to survivors of child sexual assault by law enforcement officers" (linked here), and posted with a statement:  

"More police officers are convicted of child sex crimes than all other professions combined. It's law enforcement's 'dirty little secret'."

"Pillars of the Community":

Last year, former Maine State Police Chief, Andrew Demers, once awarded "Legendary Trooper" status, reached a plea deal for gross sexual assault and unlawful sexual contact with a person under 12 years of age (see BDN article) - a 4-year old relative.
Regardless of his legendary trooper award, according to a Portland Press Herald article Demers' law enforcement career wasn't without controversy. The sexual molestation of boys in the Cole Farms case being one of the controversies mentioned:

"The next year (1992), the state police came under fire for failing to pursue allegations that the founder of the Cole Farms Restaurant in Gray had molested several boys in the 1970s.

After state police dismissed the allegations, saying they were too old, the accuser turned to the District Attorney’s Office, which then investigated and charged Warren Cole with sexually molesting a young boy in 1986 and 1987. Cole was sent to prison in 1992.

State police were accused of failing to pursue the case because of their close relationship with Cole, who hosted dinners for troopers at his restaurant.

Demers admitted that the department mishandled the allegations but denied that it had anything to do with Cole’s relationship with police. A few months later, the department changed its policy to say officers could no longer accept free meals."

This particular PPH article appears to downplay Warren Cole's predatory sexual abuse of boys, omitting the death of a 12-year old boy, and the extent of Maine's law enforcement relationship with Cole, however, another article given as a link by a BDN commenter to an L.A. Times article is more revealing about Warren Cole: "Model Citizen's Secret: Molesting Crime: When a pillar of the community was found to be abusing young boys, Maine townspeople were shocked and ashamed".

And an excerpt from the Seattle Times Newspaper ("A Town's Dark Secret - Admitted Child Molester Was Pillar of Community"):

"Most were 10 to 15. They said they were molested in his apartment, at his cabin, at another camp he had owned or at a lodge he once had...

(Warren Cole) faces three civil suits filed on behalf of boys who are said to be his victims. One accuses Cole of getting a 12-year-old boy drunk and molesting him before he darted in front of an automobile and was killed in 1981.

Another suit accuses Cole of throwing poker parties, providing beer and showing porn films to law-enforcement officers. The suit says Cole used his close ties with police to intimidate boys to keep quiet - sometimes flashing his honorary sheriff's badge - and that his family knew of his problems and helped cover up his activities."

Many believe Demers received a sweetheart plea deal aided by Cumberland County DA Stephanie Anderson which minimized his criminal actions and accountability, protected him because he was a former Maine State Police Chief, and disregarded the harm done, in general, to the public's trust in law enforcement. There's a deeply held belief by several, and rightly so, that law enforcement officers (LEO) are held to different standards and police officers usually get away with crimes, including brutality and murder. If LEO have perpetrated any crimes, then it's reasonable to question that same officer's involvement and judgment in all his/her other cases of law enforcement. Perhaps this is one of the reasons DA's like Stephanie Anderson look the other way when it comes to police misconduct.

"Thirteen years ago, I told the Attorney General there was a problem. It fell on deaf ears. You knew that you had a pedophile working in Biddeford."  Rick Alexander

According to the WMTW news clip linked above it appears, Brian MacMaster, Chief of Investigations since 1984 is also currently investigating (re-investigating?) the Biddeford Police Department case of sexual abuse. It's been my experience and opinion that documentation and complaints about LEO misconduct in Maine is something Brian MacMaster attempts to hide.

The average citizen will find it difficult to receive any documentation under a Freedom of Information request of LEO and prosecutor misconduct in general, let alone specific departmental police misconduct. Instead of providing documents requested pertaining to Brunswick police misconduct, the Attorney General's Office via Brian MacMaster referred, by letter, to possible destruction of such documents labeling them "sufficiently aged" when a new Attorney General takes office. Seems illogical and indicative of cover-up to write that documents, especially pertaining to police misconduct, in the possession of the previous Attorney General's files are no longer relevant to other governmental official successors nor the public.

Rick Alexander brought the allegations to the Attorney General's Office in 2002 - 2003 and no charges were filed against Police Officer Dodd; it appears there was an attempt to ignore the problem in hopes it would go away. As previously written and evidenced by documentation, Brian MacMaster works on behalf of LEO; there's no protection for the public when no criminal charges are brought forth for some of Maine's LEO who continue to be employed.

New Hampshire, at least, maintains a "Laurie List" of police misconduct, albeit available to defense attorneys and not the public (see Lies, Bigger Lies and Granddaddy Drug Dealers). Maine, on the other hand, seems steadfast in withholding truth about police misconduct, and admits no fault of LEO leaving citizens at risk and unprotected from corrupt, fraudulent, malfeasant, and even brutal cops.

LEO misconduct and ability to still remain employed as dubious law enforcers is ubiquitous (Texas being one such example: Grits for Breakfast). Complaints against cops are usually investigated within the department, thereby offering the first layer of protection. Further, complaints against LEO are considered "personnel issues" and the information is unavailable to the public.

Through tight control, protection of departmental processes, and cohesiveness of the municipality with a governing body even a public survey regarding the Brunswick Police Department's performance becomes meaningless as results and comments are cherry-picked for favorable ones while eliminating other legitimate concerns and complaints. Local mainstream media, via The Times Record, quickly mimicked Chief Richard Rizzo's cherry-picked results. Seems likely this happens in other communities as well as it's part of the propaganda.

Bottom line is all LEO engaging in, committing, and condoning police misconduct and criminal actions should be held accountable and fired - anywhere, everywhere. Police departments too easily become ensconced in the "good 'ol boys' club", and a thin blue line in which some departments also appear to turn a blind eye to known predatory, sexual child abuse within their ranks. Too often the good, hardworking and ethical police officers leave the system because it's corrupt (see Police State: To Serve and Protect) and then all of us lose.

Additional sources about pedophile police officers:

"There's an Epidemic of Police Becoming Pedophiles and Nobody's Talking About It"

"Pedophiles and Child Porn - The Cops, Judges, DAs, FBI Agents, Secret Service Agents, and Other Government Employees Who Can't Keep Their Hands Off Minors

The CATO Institute's National Police Misconduct Reporting Institute 

It's not just some police officers who are predatory sex offenders..."Political Pedophilia":

Embedded below is a video from The Corbett Report; the approximately 68-minute report is both exceedingly disturbing and difficult to comprehend regarding the decades of abuse (in the UK victims are requesting the current investigations go back into the 1950s), lack of accountability and justice, and the scope of predatory sex offenders and global pedophile networks involving prominent politicians, celebrities, corporatists, bankers, billionaires, some in academia, attorneys, royals, etc. which appear to occur in plain view.

In tandem are the obvious and important questions of why do predatory sex offenders continue to get away with numerous crimes, who are they and how do we stop them?

James Corbett does an excellent job of bringing in sources to help us understand the power dynamics and patterns of predatory pedophilia and act towards solutions, instead of leaving us feeling sad and hopeless because of the pervasiveness and global magnitude of predatory sex offenders of children (of all people) which many others are knowingly aware of it, and the lack of law enforcement and justice.

"Hundreds must have known something."

Jimmy Savile was a disc jockey, television and radio personality (BBC's Top of the Pops, and Jim'll Fix It), and charity fundraiser in the UK. The reported numbers of people who'd come forward revealed multiple sex crimes; he'd sexually abused mostly children (girls and boys) from 1955 to 2009. The statistics are staggering: 450 people, 328 of which were children, 34 rapes, 126 indecent acts occurring even inside public institutions (13 hospitals, including a number of psychiatric units, a hospice, schools).

"It's clear that their testimony, when taken together, presents a compelling case of a predatory sex offender across the whole of the UK. It could be said he (Jimmy Savile) groomed a nation. He was hiding in plain sight and yet none of us were able to do anything about him."  Commander Peter Spindler, Metropolitan Police

Political, royalty, and media connections gave Savile cover; he raised enormous amounts of money for charities which he then also used as bargaining power to threaten newspapers and reporters.

Further, 5 VIP Pedophile rings have been uncovered from the 1970s and 1980s involving those in the highest levels of government - members of Parliament, 24 identified politicians, military officers, some connected to the royals, and intelligence agencies. 

Police were ready to prosecute former MP Cyril Smith but were threatened and the case was dropped. Smith died in 2010. Sir Peter Morrison, also alleged to have engaged in predatory pedophilia, has also died without being charged. There are 17 allegations of police cover-ups.

Likewise, Savile had never been charged, therefore never prosecuted. Police in Surry and Sussex were told of 4 sexual assaults by Savile, and nothing was done. It seems those abused were given apologies, and a removal of Jimmy Savile's headstone (he died October 29, 2011) with these words inscribed: "It was good while it lasted.

Two women, 13 and 14 years of age at the time of alleged sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein, press to receive documents and to re-open sex abuse case.

Billionaire investment banker, Jeffrey Epstein:

"Nearly a decade ago, a wealthy financial guru came under FBI investigation, suspected of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls at his Palm Beach mansion. Then, abruptly, the investigation was dropped and Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to a single state charge of soliciting prostitution. He served just over a year in jail." ("Accusers of Investor Jeffrey Press to Reopen Sex Abuse Case")

Epstein is accused of being a sexual predator willingly "sharing" underage children for sexual abuse with prominent politicians, businessmen, royals, those working in academia, etc. Multiple mentions are made of visitors flown to his island in the U.S. Virgin Islands (confirmed by flight logs) to attend parties.

Bill Clinton, Epstein's friend, is listed multiple times from 2002 to 2005, and is also connected to Epstein through computer data, e-mails, contracts, etc. including 21 different phone numbers for contact. Prince Andrew, Mick Jagger, Alec Baldwin, John Cleese, David Rockefeller, George Soros and many others are also connected with Epstein as evidenced by the documentation the women's attorneys were able to obtain.

A former "houseman" of Epstein provided a black book he claims contains a list of VIP pedophile friends, some names which he'd circled. (pdf, 92 pages with addresses and telephone numbers redacted, here). The Corbett Report episode above also links the documents including flight records (corbettreport.com, Episode 304, "Political Pedophilia").

Dozens of women have been coming forward, and Epstein has made 17 out-of-court settlements.

"Joris Demmink, Netherlands - former Ministry of Justice, Secretary-General":

"Dutch Injustice: When Child Traffickers Rule a Nation"

Demmink worked in a high-level governmental capacity for 10 years as Secretary-General for the Ministry of Justice. It's obvious Demmink's position of power, which is a noticeable pattern for predatory sexual offenders, is a reason he's not been brought to justice. With Demmink's retirement and ability to remain free from prosecution for sexually abusing boys in the Netherlands it's highly probable he will continue predatory patterns of behavior virtually anywhere he wishes to travel. During the 1990s, Demmink is alleged to have had Mehmet Korkmaz (head of security in Turkey for Demmink) find homeless boys brought to him to rape ("Prosecutors probe 'evidence' Joris Demmink visited Turkey in 1996" ).

"In the Netherlands they want to go on believing their own fairy tale and they don't want to believe that they are ruled by people who do those horrible things to kids, and they are so corrupt. They want to believe in the fairy tale of the Netherlands. So, I think the Dutch people don't want to admit that this is happening in their own country. But not accepting it means they let it go on; that's the problem and that's where we stand for that we say no - we have to bring this out. We don't want that this goes on. This is not the country we want to live in."   Adele van der Plas, attorney


Dr. Tjeerd Andringa, University of Groningen, presents a helpful theory to understand ubiquitous "political pedophilia" we're witnessing. Dr. Andringa defines kakistocracy as "government by the worst and most evil people: a highly capable brand of psychopaths...":

"Psychopathy is only mildly hereditary, so an elite psychopath cannot guarantee that sons or daughters will be just as psychopathic. I expect this entails that they need a steady resupply of ruthless and power hungry individuals who understand the world deeply and pervasively and, as such, are highly capable. Normally deep and pervasive understanding leads to wisdom and a sense of responsibility, humility even. But that is precisely not what that the kakistocracy needs: it needs the same depth and pervasiveness of understanding, but in combination with utter ruthlessness and the capacity to appear respectable.

Enter child abuse. By abusing children you “give” them an attachment disorder by violating or destroying the deep sense of security that is the basis for an open attitude towards learning and discovering. With this trust violated the child’s world changes from a world of opportunities, to a world of potential and actual threats. And often they will search and serve those who can protect them from these threats an in doing so giving their autonomy away for life. And they might even carry it over to their children: stultifying their growth towards autonomy. Aristocrats and priest must have discovered a long time ago that abused children lead to useful adult servants; slaves actually. And while this is despicable to people with a normal moral development, it is a positive thing for psychopaths who see other people as tools anyway.

Yet this does not solve the problem of keeping the kakistocracy supplied with respectable appearing, super high functioning, and completely ruthless psychopaths. Only a small fraction of the population (say 1%) is psychopath and as such has the benefit of an absence of empathy and a conscience: psychopaths are able to exploit others as if they were tools. Yet the vast majority of them are not particularly evil: they can be ruthless, daring, and callous, but they find mostly norm-abiding ways to be psychopathic: they might be mountaineers, military, ER-doctors, car or insurance salesmen, real-estate brokers, or white-collar criminals. But most are definitely not the high functioning individuals that compare with how the power elite sees themselves and would accept as their peers. So how do you recruit suitable psychopaths in your midst if they do not advertise themselves as such.

Enter child abuse again. If you organize events for the ambitious and capable in which they progressively can show that, notwithstanding their veneer of respectability, they are actually completly ruthless, you have the ideal recruiting grounds for the kakistocracy. Of course blackmail plays a role, but the suitable candidates gladly let themselves to become blackmailable because this gives them access to the inner sanctum of the kakistocracy: they proof themselves worthy members and loyal (due to their blackmailability) and in return they will receive access to power in a way they could never dream of on their own. After a while they become fully accepted a level that suits their capabilities and they will help to maintain the system that gave them so much opportunities (and can end their respectability at any point in time).

I think that what I have sketched above is a useful framework to understand the dynamics of elite child abuse networks. It is never an incident, it is “just” the kakistocracy maintaining and reinvigorating itself: business as usual. But the few moments the abuse networks become exposed it provides and ideal opportunity to glimpse the kakistocracy at work (and frantically protecting itself)." (The Corbett Report).
How do we stop it? Dr. Andringa offers suggestions, some of which include:
  • compile more information, names, and networks
  • we need something resembling science to find a rigorous way to understand - through data mining, information graphics, networks of people to find patterns - a clear modus operandi for the kinds of people involved (Dr. Andringa says there could be more theories, besides his kakistocracy theory, to help us understand)
  • we can generate predictions; what kind of climate creates these people?
  • activism should follow, aligned with goals and outcomes but keeping in mind the dangerousness of premature activism
  • many people at the "bottom" are not corrupt; we can enlist their help (victims, religious groups, human rights watch groups, etc.)
  • educate about how to detect a "political parasite"
  • when we know what we're doing then we need to make it personal; ostracize these people, we could eventually have something like a "Political Parasite Purging Program"
  • we can enlist the help of alternative media; mainstream media, the police, etc. ostensibly are used to deal with these issues have covered up; there is no trust with mainstream media and the current judicial system [see Institute for the Study of Globalization and Covert Politics (ISGP)].

“The very first part in healing is shattering the silence,”   Erin Merryn

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Remember OKC bombing, and remember Officer Terrance Yeakey

"It's not what they're saying it is, Tonia. It's not what they're saying it is. It's all a lie. It's all a lie. It's not true. It's not what they are saying. It didn't happen that way." - Terrance Yeakey
Sunday, April 19, 2015 was the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, and the murders of 168 people. Mainstream media's story remains the same even twenty years later:

A cargo truck laden with more than two tons of explosives was detonated in front of Oklahoma City's nine-story federal building on April 19, 1995 — an act of terrorism that at the time was the worst such attack ever committed on U.S. soil.

The blast killed 168 people, including 19 children, injured hundreds more and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage to structures and vehicles in the downtown area.

President Bill Clinton led a memorial service for the victims as the FBI launched a nationwide investigation to find those responsible.

Within days, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were arrested and accused of conspiring to destroy the federal building in retribution for the government's handling of the siege of the Branch Davidian religious group at their compound in Waco, Texas, two years earlier."

Mainstream media doesn't report the following as seen in The Corbett Report, or report the murder nor even remember the life of Officer Terry Yeakey and his actions during the day of the bombing:

"Nearly everyone will lie to you given the right circumstances." William J. Clinton

Officer Yeakey was credited with saving many lives the day of the Murrah federal building bombing, but reluctant to accept any reward for heroism. Approximately one year later, Officer Yeakey was murdered.

Officer Yeakey knew too much, and asked too many questions; he had knowledge of the federal government's involvement in the bombing. Yeakey wasn't alone with this knowledge including the fact federal investigator's reports were altered and falsified; others, including FBI whistleblowers are saying the same.

In a letter to a bombing victim and friend, Yeakey wrote (in part):

"I think my days as a police officer are numbered...Knowing what I know now, and understanding fully just what went down that morning makes me feel ashamed to wear a badge from the Oklahoma City's Police Department. I took an oath to uphold the law and to enforce the law to the best of my ability. This is something I cannot honestly do and hold my head up proud any longer if I keep my silence as I am ordered to do...There are several others out there who was (sic) what we saw and even some who played a role in what happened that day...".

Yeakey also wrote about BATF agent, Luke Franey, who claimed he was in the building at the time of the blast, but Yeakey knows for fact he wasn't because Yeakey saw him. Officer Yeakey also wrote about seeing full riot gear worn with rifles in hand. "Don't make the same mistake as I did and ask the ask the wrong people...I truly believe there are other officers like me out there who would not settle for anything but the truth, it is just a matter of finding them...It is vital that people like you, Edye Smith, and others keep asking questions and demand answers for the actions of our federal government and law enforcement agencies that knew beforehand and participated in the coverup...I am sad to say that I believe my days as a police officer are numbered because of all this."

Officer Yeakey was murdered during his return from collecting evidence pertaining to mass murder from a storage bin in a nearby town of Kingfisher. His last communication with a friend was he was being followed by federal agents. Yeakey was murdered in his car; it was full of blood and abandoned in the town of El Reno. Yeakey's body was dragged over a mile and into woods; he had numerous cuts and wounds, and was shot point blank through the head at a downward angle at the temple "wholly inconsistent with signs of suicide."

Twenty years later how many still don't ask the questions or look for answers, and how many have no clue who Officer Terry Yeakey was, what he stood for, and why he was murdered? We remember you, Terrance Yeakey.

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."  Joseph Goebbels

Friday, April 17, 2015

U.S. Borders Remain Unsecured While American Citizens' Rights Are Violated

This sign or anything similar to it warning U.S. citizens about travel cautions in their own country shouldn't have to be posted. But this sign is posted in the U.S. because the federal government has done little to nothing to secure our borders, but instead focuses on U.S. citizens as terrorist threats.

A commenter to one of the Bangor Daily News articles, concerning an outbreak of Hepatitis A last fall in Maine, made an interesting statement about illegal immigrants. There were subsequent angry reactions by some who, without doubt, were not even compelled to research the person's position. But their angry disbelief was the reason for doing some research on the U.S. border issues and this posting herein. Some may think the state of Maine is far removed from any border issues and consequences of it being unsecured, but with this posting, perhaps they'll think on the subject.

I hesitated to link the YouTube video in the post because it's extremely disturbing and graphic. However, I agree with the source, National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers, NAFBPO (see nafbpo.org) and its spokesman, Zack Taylor; the briefing needs to be given in full disclosure, because some are not understanding the magnitude of the situation and the dangers to U.S. citizens because of our unsecured borders.

First though, here's an excerpt from the NAFBPO site:

"...Now, though, we are retired. That leaves us free to speak to you of what we know, things we learned in our service - and our collective experience is measure in millennia. We are utterly apolitical; we endorse no candidate and no party, and we affiliate with no one. We are obliged to no one and have no axe to grind other than the national interest as we see it.  Before we do so, let us tell you the credo we have adopted: "If we didn't live it, if we don't know it, if we can't prove it, we won't say it." When we offer an inference or an opinion we'll tell you it is just that, and we will offer what we know that shapes our thought.

Our ranks include officers who spent their careers on the line or on the streets, enduring discomfort and danger as they worked to protect the nation. Others went on to high positions in the Border Patrol or its parent organization, the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Our range of experience is not just long, but tremendously broad as well."

Additionally, there's the following site: M3 Report: News of the So. Hemiphere derived from foreign and domestic sources, and from Western Journalism: Obama Could Be Limping After This Arizona Sheriff Just Blasted Him. And another article from NewsMax dated October 23, 2014, Administration Freed Illegal Immigrants Charged With Violent Crimes.The majority of this news will not be seen in the mainstream media. But that's part of the propaganda - an attempt to keep the majority uninformed, misinformed, and clueless.

One of the reasons to be concerned about the enormity of the upcoming Operation JADE HELM 15 military exercises on U.S. soil, in our towns and cities, and within the civilian populations is because our borders have been unsecured. As evidenced by NAFBPO's video, not only are illegal alien, drug and weapons smuggling (Operation Fast and Furious), human trafficking, and other violent crimes occurring - but there are also numerous illegal border crossings by citizens from China and Russia as well. The exorbitant amounts of money associated with smuggling "high value" aliens (in excess of $100,000 each) reasonably prompts the questions - which remain unanswered: Who is paying for this? And who are they and why are they here? These are not poor nor terrorized people simply looking for a better life in the U.S.A.

Juxtaposed with the issue of knowingly unsecured U.S. borders are the numerous reports and videos showing harassment and violations of U.S. citizens' Constitutional rights. Some of the border patrol posts are on roads up to 100 miles from the U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada. The ACLU has created a map showing the Constitution as suspended for approximately 100 miles along the country's border:

Do you know your rights regarding any of these border zones and border patrol stops? (see The Constitution in the 100-mile Border Zone - ACLU). Regardless, it doesn't appear to matter what your rights are nor that you may be knowledgeable, as evidenced by the following YouTube video (there are several more videos similar to this case). Keep in mind all the agent has to say is "the K-9 gave a positive alert on your car" and they'll search it without warrant (similar to when a Brunswick police officer, or any other officer for that matter, says "I smell marijuana smoke in your vehicle.").

If a false flag event occurs in the U.S., the Constitution will be suspended.

There are a variety of responses as to the limits, or not, of martial law. However, it seems reasonable to believe if a government at any level, including local law enforcement, is continually acting with impunity and violating citizen's rights in the absence of martial law, then it will not hesitate to do so even further in the future if/when martial law becomes enacted.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Nobody Dreams of Becoming a Resource

"When Personnel became Human Resources, we all lost something."     Matt D.

While nobody dreams of becoming a human resource, how many ever come to realize the system in place and their part in it? And that it's been this way - even before they were born... 

"The Story of Your Enslavement" by Stefan Molyneaux, YouTube:

We have so many teachers during our lifetimes for which to be grateful because they extend beyond classrooms. Sometimes even the person cutting you off in traffic, the one screaming obscenities...and another giving a kind smile at the store are teachers. If self-aware, they teach us something about our own reactions. Some teachers include the commenters on various internet articles, and when taking the opportunity to question why people said or wrote whatever they did, I've been more pleasantly surprised than not to open up a greater world of understanding. Admittedly, sometimes it's easier, less painful to not know certain things going on around us, both in the animal and human realms, but it is what it is...shutting it out doesn't change the reality.

Money buys almost anything, even people's hearts and minds. The Rockefeller family through the Rockefeller Foundation has been funding research in propaganda and behavioral modification; collecting and analyzing data about factors including family relationship, level of education, and occupations, etc. - even before the majority of us today were even born. Why? So they can manipulate, and persuade a large group of people into "unwitting acquiescence" towards their own agendas and goals. The Research Council of the CIA is actually funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, and involved in a variety of covert projects. Popular political and social movements are both anticipated and quashed, and the Rockefeller Foundation has been involved in philosophical and pedagogical approaches to U.S. public education from the early 1900s resulting in a deliberate dumbing down of Americans (Early "Psychological Warfare" Research and the Rockefeller Foundation).  

Humans are creative, and some will not be kept in a box; they continue to go beyond the exuberance of youth, and manifest curiosity and chutzpah throughout their lives in order to reveal to the rest something beyond the standardized format those with power, like the Rockefellers, want us to stay inside. This human creativity can be found in so many ways if one starts looking. Once outside the Matrix, it's easier to see the propaganda. Here's a link about some movies used as political propaganda (Top War Films Used as Political Propaganda).

My "follow the money" friend recently sent a link to an Undernews article about communication by Abbie Hoffman, and in part it reads:

"Abbie Hoffman, Overthrow, 1986 - You have to take complicated ideas and make them simple, the language has to be constantly gone over for certain words that Americans will read and tune out on, and you have to be aware of a very short attention span...all I'm saying is, 'Look, this is how this society communicates.' lt communicates through symbols, styles, personalities, issues. It's non-literate and non-ideological, it's visual imagery, short bursts one minute long...". Hoffman understood the results of propaganda and manipulation. Besides "Yippies", seems Hoffman liked the f-bomb, too (Abbie Hoffman character in "Forrest Gump").

George Carlin was the realist, and bluntly so. We need more like him.

"Breaking Down Through American's Dumbed Down Layers of Deception and Denial" (Veterans Today):

George Carlin:  "Politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don’t. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They’ve long since bought and paid for the Senate, the Congress, the state houses, the city halls. They got the judges in their back pockets and they own all the big media companies, so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear. They got you by the balls. They spend billions of dollars every day lobbying. Lobbying to get what they want. Well, we know what they want – they want more for themselves and less for everybody else.
But I’ll tell you what they don’t want – they don’t want well-informed, well-educated people capable of critical thinking… They want obedient workers, people who are just smart enough to run the machines and do the paperwork. And just dumb enough to passively accept all these increasingly shittier jobs with the lower pay, the longer hours, the reduced benefits, the end of overtime and vanishing pension that disappears the minute you go to collect it. And now they’re coming for your Social Security money. They want your  fuckin’ retirement money. They want it back so they can give it to their criminal friends on Wall Street. And you know something? They’ll get it. They’ll get it all from you sooner or later ’cause they own this fuckin’ place. It’s a big club and you ain’t in it. You and I are not in the big club…

The table is tilted folks. The game is rigged and nobody seems to notice… Nobody seems to care. That’s what the owners count on. They don’t give a fuck about you. They don’t care about you at all! The fact that Americans will probably remain willfully ignorant of the big red, white and blue dick that’s being jammed up their assholes every day, because the owners of this country know the truth… It’s called the American Dream, ’cause you have to be asleep to believe it."

"We need a revolution in consciousness."

As James Corbett of The Corbett Report says, there's a great misconception of the word anarchist (anarchy); preconceptions follow the stereotypical image of violence, chaos, and "Russian-bearded bomb throwers".

Same with the word revolution, too; if one's thinking extreme violence instead of revolution as change in consciousness. Some people are currently teaching of our founding fathers being akin to "terrorists". Perhaps this is done in an attempt to negate the value of the Constitution and Bill of Rights as part of the psyops. Those in control want us to believe in the government as a parental figure, one that tells us what to do and believe, takes care of us cradle to grave, and tries to convince us that we are powerless to change anything.

"The question is, what color will everything be at that moment when I come for you. What will the sky be saying?" Markus Zusak, The Book Thief

Sunday, April 12, 2015

The U.S. and Russia: Frenemies or Just a Show?

"Behind an eminence front
Eminence front, it's a put on
It's an eminence front
It's an eminence front, it's a put on...

Come on join the party, dress to kill
Won't you come and join the party
Dress to kill? Dress to kill..."                          The Who - "Eminence Front"

Some of us realize it's a set-up. We're supposed to believe that although the Cold War ended in December 1989 with the Malta Summit between President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev and U.S. President, George H. W. Bush the post Cold War relationship between both countries remained tenuous and now soured because of Ukraine. Supposedly, U.S. and Russia's relationship unraveled to the point Chechnya (part of the Russia Federation) is suggesting invasion of the U.S. via arming of Mexico; and a Russian geopolitical analyst, Konstantin Sivkov, "...says the best way to attack the United States is to detonate nuclear weapons to trigger a supervolcano at Yellowstone National Park or along the San Andreas fault line on California's coast. They want us to believe we're at the brink of war because of Russia.

Other web news includes concerns about possible "terrorist" use of dirty bombs, and detonation of EMP (electromagnetic pulse) bombs which can be nuclear or non-nuclear. EMP research has been going on for over fifty years; both the U.S. and Russia (Project K) have tested EMP bombs; "electromagnetic pulses are the ultimate weapon against anything electronic — from telephone wires to the power grid to the computer chips that control cars, planes, and smartphones." Massive EMP bombs can "wipe out the country's infrastructure". In this age of constant umbilical cord-like hook-up via phones to Facebook and other social media, just knocking out communications would be enough to cause chaos. But the EMP won't discriminate; it'll leave humans unzapped, but easily unhinged and then panicked because of our modern society's reliance on power grids, various electronics, and vehicles.
Russia has sold EMP weaponry to North Korea, and if used could potentially wipe out the electronics and electrical grids in most of Asia. In another example given, Iran containerships sitting 100 to 200 miles off the Coast of Mexico would have the capability of launching an EMP bomb over the U.S. in less than 60 seconds.

Of note: Our planet receives EMP from the sun; solar flares are monitored and occur in varying strengths. Mostly it results in what we see as the beautiful Aurora Borealis. Sometimes, though rarely, the EMP from solar flares causes electrical problems as evidenced by a major power outage in Quebec in 1989, and the Halloween Storms in 2003.

Want to know what really goes on? Follow the money:

"War is a racket. It always has been...A few profit - and the many pay. But there is a way to stop it. You can't end it by disarmament conferences. You can't eliminate it by peace parleys at Geneva. Well-meaning but impractical groups can't wipe it out by resolutions. It can be smashed effectively only by taking the profit out of war."  Major General Smedley Butler, USMC (born July 30, 1881 - died June 21, 1940). Author of War is a Racket.


As mentioned before, a good friend said "follow the money"; simple, but so true. The majority of the problems at any level, and around the world are because of greed and its partner called power. Therefore, we should worry less about natural occurrences, including solar flares, and focus on man-made problems - the contrivances by those in power, along with their propaganda leading us to wars. It starts with creating the images:

"The nuclear arms race is like two sworn enemies standing waist deep in gasoline, one with three matches, the other with five." Carl Sagan

"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."   Albert Einstein

"Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die."  Herbert Hoover

Mainstream media made sure we saw President Vladimir Putin this way; he must have great propaganda publicists. Hillary Clinton looks greatly impressed, doesn't she? 

However, this irreverent pose by former President George W. Bush wasn't helpful for his image. Bush probably never kissed a puppy nor any cattle for that matter.

Bush carrying tree branches will have to do. 

Wonder who is Bush's publicist...

Despite the threats by both sides, various sanctions by the U.S., the U.S. placing "defensive" missiles in Poland and a radar in the Czech Republic (only 18% of their people supported it)...the Russians' rearmament of Novosibirsk and Tagil divisions with upgraded RS-24 Yars rockets to evade the U.S.'s Poland-placed anti-ballistic missiles, the Russians banning adoption of Russian children by any U.S. citizens, the temporary closing of 438 McDonalds stores citing sanitary concerns, Russia arming Assad's army in Syria and separatists in the Ukraine the U.S. said was responsible for shooting down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, etc....As evidenced by a pattern of other actions, it appears both sides are really more cohesive than not, and likely gearing up for the same goals (Russia-U.S. relations).

For example, the "U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission" (also called "Obama-Medvedev Commission") by-passed approval through the U.S. citizens' elected officials/Congress (similar to Presidential Executive Orders), and was announced July 6, 2009 during Obama's visit to Moscow.

After signing the agreement, the commission was coordinated by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with the purpose of "identifying areas of cooperation and pursuing joint projects and actions that strengthen strategic stability, international security, economic well-being, and the development of ties between the Russian and American people...".

Thirteen working groups were originally part of the commission, with three additional groups added later: Counterterrorism, Environment, and Military to Military. (Ibid). From the Department of State this is the list; which the source should've updated to 20 working groups (from the website: U.S. Department of the State):

  • Agriculture
  • Arms Control and International Security
  • Business Development and Economic Relations
  • Counternarcotics
  • Counterterrorism
  • Cyber
  • Defense Relations
  • Education, Culture, Sports, and Media
  • Emergency Situations
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Innovation
  • Military Cooperation
  • Military Technical Cooperation
  • Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Security
  • Rule of Law
  • Science and Technology
  • Space Cooperation
  • Steering Group

U.S.-Russian Bilateral Presidential Commission: Working Groups

Agriculture: U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack and Russian Minister of Agriculture Nikolay Fedorov
U.S. Primary Contact:
Jonathan Gressel
Director, Eurasia Division
Office of Country and Regional Affairs
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service
Washington, D.C. 20250
Tel: (202) 720-8243
Email this working group

Arms Control and International Security: U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov
U.S. Primary Contact:
James Timbie
Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary
U.S. Department of State, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security
Washington, D.C. 20520
Tel: (202) 647-4404
Email this working group

Business Development and Economic Relations: U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and Russian Minister of Economic Development Aleksey Ulyukayev
U.S. Primary Contact:
Matthew Edwards
Office Director, Office of Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia
U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
Washington, D.C. 20230
Tel: (202) 482-4365
Fax: (202) 482-3042
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Counternarcotics: U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy Acting Director Michael P. Botticelli and Russian Federal Drug Enforcement Service Director Viktor Ivanov
U.S. Primary Contact:
John T. Beattie
Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy
Washington, D.C. 20504
Tel: (202) 395-6664
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Counterterrorism: U.S. Acting Coordinator for Counterterrorism Jerry Lanier and Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cooperation on Counterterrorism and Transnational Organized Crime Alexander Zmeyevskiy
U.S. Primary Contact:
Lonni Reasor
Senior Policy Officer for Counterterrorism
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs
Washington, D.C. 20520
Tel: (202) 647-6736
Fax: (202) 647-0697
Email this working group

Cyber:  U.S. Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel and Russian Deputy Secretary of the Security Council Nikolay Klimashin
U.S. Primary Contact:
Benjamin Boudreaux
Office of the Coordinator for Cyber Issues (S/CCI)
U.S. Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20250
Tel: (202) 647-5826
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Defense Relations: U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter and Russian Minister of Defense Sergey Shoygu
U.S. Primary Contact:
Col. James D. Lampton
Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia Policy
U.S. Department of Defense
Washington, D.C. 20330
Tel: (703) 692-3917
Fax: (703) 697-0499
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Education, Culture, Sports, and MediaThe U.S. Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Richard Stengel and Russian Special Presidential Representative for International Culture Cooperation Mikhail Shvydkoy
U.S. Primary Contact:
Anaida Haas
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs
Washington, D.C. 20520
Tel: (202) 647-5993
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Emergency Situations: (FEMA, emphasis added) U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Craig Fugate and Russian Minister of Emergency Situations Vladimir Puchkov
U.S. Primary Contact:
Jess M. Bratton
Senior International Affairs Specialist
International Affairs Division
Office of External Affairs
Department of Homeland Security/FEMA
Office: (202) 212-2185
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Energy: U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Russian Minister of Energy Aleksandr Novak
U.S. Primary Contact:
Paul Tumminia
Desk Officer for Russia
Department of Energy, Office of Russian and Eurasian Affairs
Washington, D.C. 20585
Tel: (202) 586-8036
Fax: (202) 586-5150
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Environment: Deputy Assistant Secretary for Environment Dan Reifsnyder (Acting) and Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Coordinator for International Cooperation Nuritdin Inamov
U.S. Primary Contact:
Shelbie Legg
Ecology and Conservation Office
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Oceans, International Environmental and Scientific Affairs
Tel: (202) 647-0658
Fax: (202) 736-7351
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Health: U.S. Chairperson (TBD) and Russian Minister of Health Veronika Skvortsova
U.S. Primary Contact:
Yelena Shnayder, M.H.S.
International Health Analyst
Department of Health and Human Services
Office of Global Affairs
Washington, D.C. 20201
Tel: (202) 260-0442
Fax: (202) 260-0396
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Innovation: U.S. Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Catherine Ann Novelli and Russia Chairperson (TBD)
U.S. Primary Contacts:
Craig Reilly
Office of Commercial and Business Affairs
U.S. Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20520
Tel: (202) 647-0383
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Military Cooperation: Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey and Russian Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces Army General Valeriy Gerasimov
U.S. Primary Contacts:
COL Sewaphorn (Noy) Rovira
Pol-Mil Planner, Russia
Joint Staff ENR-EEE
Tel: (703) 693-3365
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Military Technical Cooperation: U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Defense Trade and Regional Security Beth McCormick and Russian Deputy Director, Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation (FSMTC), Head of the Russian Delegation Anatoliy Punchuk
U.S. Primary Contacts:
Ms. Efthymia D. Alexiou
Programs Manager for Russia
International Cooperation Directorate in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
U.S. Department of Defense
Tel: (571) 372-5267
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Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Security: U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman and Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom” Director General Sergey Kiriyenko
U.S. Primary Contacts:
Lauren Lafaro
Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation
Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration
Washington, D.C. 20585
Tel: (202) 586-0653
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Rule of Law:  Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General of the United States and Alexander Konovalov, Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation
U.S. Primary Contacts:
Catherine L. Newcombe
U.S. Department of Justice
(202) 616-0754 (office)
(202) 616-8429 (fax)
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Science and Technology: U.S. Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy John Holdren and Russian Ministry of Education and Science, Minister Dmitry Livanov
U.S. Primary Contact:
Adam Bodrow
Senior Policy Advisor for International Affairs
Executive Office of the President, Office of Science and Technology Policy
Washington, D.C. 20502
Tel: (202) 456-6038
Fax: (202) 456-6027
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Space Cooperation: U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Administrator Charles Bolden and Russian Federal Space Agency Head Oleg Ostapenko
U.S. Primary Contact:
Meredith McKay
Senior International Programs Specialist
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of International and Interagency Relations
Washington, D.C. 20546
Tel: (202) 358-1240
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Steering Group: U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov
U.S. Primary Contact:
Tracy Perrelli
Advisor to the Bilateral Presidential Commission
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs
Washington, D.C. 20520
Tel: (202) 647-4464
Fax: (202) 647-8980

There is yet to be found any other country's government officials so ensconced as the Russian officials within the U.S.A.'s governmental agencies - including our military, and a working group named "Cyber".

Even given the focus of each country's supposed threats to each other, and posturing as reported by mainstream media (controlled by only six corporations), they neglect to provide focused reports on the various ongoing military training exercises both Russia and the U.S. continued to jointly coordinate and participate in (some with NATO; as evidenced by source linked above, albeit Wikipedia), i.e.:
  • Vigilant Eagle
  • Vigilant Skies
  • RIMPAC naval exercises
  • submarine exercises
  • joint military drills in Colorado, and Russian military equipment in the U.S.
  • joint operations in Afghanistan to destroy four drug-producing labs making heroin (see "Lies, Bigger Lies and Granddaddy Drug Dealers")
  • continued discussions on maintaining military communications despite Ukraine issues
  • Russia offers U.S. to put in a joint missile defense system in Azerbaijan
  • missile defense exercises in Ottobrunn, Germany
  • U.S. soldiers and European allies participating in Russian parades, etc.
Further, on July 7, 2009, the U.S. Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mullen and Russian Chief of the General Staff Nikolay Makarov immediately signed a strategic framework for military-to-miltary engagement between the U.S. and Russia - just one day after the signing of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission (July 6, 2009). Both the U.S. and Russia had the military details planned well in advance. (Note: China, as well, has been operating joint naval exercises with countries, including the U.S., Russia, etc. - see Chinese Military Ships Visit Hawaii for Joint Exercises with US ).

The U.S. Department of State did insert the following statement, undated, into their website:

U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission

"In response to Russia's ongoing violation of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, the United States has temporarily suspended several projects and meetings planned under the auspices of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission (BPC). Funding for these activities has instead been used to contribute to a package of U.S. assistance to Ukraine, which is supporting economic reform and addressing other pressing needs, including combatting corruption and recovering stolen assets."

Does it mean the U.S.-Russia relationship simply stops? Given the above, seems reasonable to say it's not at all likely. We're being shown a facade.

"Russia's Nuclear Deal With Iran - Council on Foreign Relations":

The above article is dated February 8, 2006 (linked here: CFR). According to the U.S. Department of State's website, the concern about Iran's nuclear program (as evidenced by its press releases) appeared to become a more pressing issue last year for Secretary of State John Kerry.

However, it was known, according to the 2006 article Russia was already selling nuclear reactors to Iran. The Russians sold a light-water commercial reactor installed at Bushehr for $800 million with two others in the works.

Iranian scientists have since been working on perfecting the production of their own uranium enrichment and building facilities; but that was counter to the plan of allowing only Russia to sell enriched uranium to Iran, along with conventional arms/weapons.

Russia's trade with Iran was reported at $2 billion in 2005 and expected to increase to $10 billion in "the coming years". Therefore, there's significant money to be made by Russia for both the nuclear projects and selling conventional weapons.

Since Russia has already sold the EMP bomb to North Korea, while at the same time uniting with the U.S., UK, and other nations in condemning the testing of nuclear ballistic missiles by North Korea, it seems reasonable to believe Russia would also consider selling EMP technology or an EMP bomb to Iran as well.

False flag attacks, propaganda to unite the people, and begin a war:

"False flag (or black flag) describes covert operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them. Operations carried out during peace-time by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, may by extension be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation. Geraint Hughes uses the term to refer to those acts carried out by "military or security force personnel, which are then blamed on terrorists."[1]

Besides understanding the definition of false flag attacks, it's also helpful to see patterns used by people and organizations (including so-called grassroots organizations, and the military; see Stars and Stripes article on Operation JADE HELM) in attempts to discredit, distract, and confuse people through astroturfing methods which includes specific types of words:

Sharyl Attkisson is a well-known investigative reporter with over 20 years of experience (Bio). The Obama administration has worked to single out reporters, spied on them, hacked into computers, and is rooting out government contacts, informants, and whistleblowers in an attempt to keep truth from the public. Attkisson's book: Stonewalled is well-worth the time to read.

Like other wars and conflicts, the next one also will be caused by a false flag attack.

At all levels, it's not the common people, the majority, who are the problem but rather those in power.
Follow the money.