Three of my all time favorite folks who talk about NWO from a Christ-centered perspective, all together in one interview. Booya.
I noticed this a couple of nights ago when the TV News was doing a bit talking about how the missing Nigerian girls had still not been found. After a little digging, I learned that this image is a still shot from a video of the captured school girls taken by Boko Haram that surfaced in the middle of May this year. I find this incredibly curious, especially when I went to do a google search for anything discussing the presence of the “ISIS flag” all the way down in Nigeria, and found nothing…
The distance between Nigeria and the northern regions of Syria/Iraq where ISIS is attempting to set up their “caliphate” is approximately 2,500 miles, so they aren’t exactly what you’d call in the same neighborhood, geographically speaking! Furthermore, this picture/video was released in May, whereas most of the Western world didn’t start hearing about the new horror of the fundamentalist muslim world, “ISIS”, until around July. (Of course allegedly they existed for several years prior to this, under the radar of the mainstream media. I wonder if it’s because during that time we were simply referring to it as “Al Qaeda in Iraq” instead?)
But back to the flag itself. We can clearly see that it was printing using some form of professional machinery, it was painted onto a scrap of black fabric or hand-stitched or anything. The meaning behind the Arabic writing on the flag is itself quite universal, the “shahada”, but of course, the specific arrangement of the first line across the top (which means “there is no god but Allah”) and the second phrase of the shahada being put in the white circle in the middle (meaning “and Mohammed is the messenger of god”) isn’t something which goes back centuries along with the Islamic mantra itself. I am still looking, but so far I haven’t been able to locate a single example of this specific design existing prior to 2014. Boko Haram now appears to be using this design in earnest, as a befitting backdrop for public beheadings. Maybe they were using it from the start, in what would be an amazing stroke of coincidence, to have independently adopted the same black, menacing symbol for their terrorist organization, that ISIS would months later. When ISIS started making headlines, the leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, was quick to voice his support.
So what does all this point to? I guess for me, this kind of thing strikes me as the sort of thing I wish more people would stop and take notice of, the people who are still unable to wrap their heads around the concept that countries/alliances like the U.S./NATO would now, and have historically, create all kinds of false flag attacks, false flag groups, and false flag scenarios in order to further their broader goals of military and financial domination of the globe.
What’s amazing to me is just how transparent these agendas can be, and yet so many people can be so oblivious, when for instance, last year, Obama and Kerry and co. were lobbying hardcore to go in and bomb the snot out of Syria, because “we knew for certain that they’re using lethal gases on their own people!” The war-weary public dug in their heals, refusing to put more American military personnel in the line of enemy fire, for reasons that increasingly fuzzy to American political understanding. The “war with Syria” was averted, thanks to the overwhelming voice of the people, to the cheers (and surprise) of many who oppose the ceaseless trend of American militarism.
So what happens next? On no… Look, this massive, well-funded army of blood-thirsty terrorists, who drive American made trucks and like using Facebook and twitter to “recruit”, are taking over, where…? Oh no, northern Iraq and Syria! Shucks, looks like we’re gonna have to start dropping bombs and droning houses, to “save the people”. What a co-inky-dink.
With Nigeria however, I can’t help but wonder if sort of happened the other way around… First, Boko Haram kidnaps all these innocent school girls, prompting the First Lady herself to mount a campaign complete with it’s own catchphrase “Bring Back our Girls“. Perhaps the massive amount of attention received by this very dastardly act wasn’t random, wasn’t as altruistic as we always want to believe either. Perhaps this event was meant to motivate the lethargic populace into turning their eyes toward yet another horizon filled with turmoil and threats of Islamic jihad. But alas, as saturated as we all now are by wars and rumors of wars, images of death and threats of “terror”, it’s no easy task to get the people riled up enough to want to support marching off into yet another forgotten corner of the globe to see it unfold into yet another tragic example of American military quagmires. We had special twitter hashtags and facebook pages, but this didn’t seem to intimidate the terrorists, or appeal to their guilt, nor did it lead to military intervention by the West. A few months and 18 different global crises later, we’ve all but forgotten about Nigeria.
So, just like Syria, you have to go back to the drawing board, get yourself a plan B as it were. I wonder what else we could roll out, that would enable us to put troops into the region of Western Africa…? Hmmm. Maybe if there was some kind of “outbreak”, some super scary contagious disease, that would prompt immediate and decisive global response. We’d need troops to go in and help “secure the area”, keep it from spreading, etc. And then, yeah… Once we get em there, get our foot in the door, it only takes another “incident” to compel those troops to make the short trip over to Nigeria, and then it’s game on…
Just speculating, of course. Just speculating….
I never do this. I swear I don’t. Ok, I RARELY do it. But today I did, and I didn’t hold anything back. It was because it was something that touched upon a particular nerve that, I confess, really is hard for me not to react to. It shoots to the core of so much of what I have labored in and wrestled with and battled over in my own heart and mind. It’s what you might call a “pet peave”, but then again, “peave” doesn’t really come close to describing how this particular attitude and mindset amongst Christians continues to aggravate me, to an ever-increasing degree, whenever I come across it. I came across it today here:
It reads as follows…
Conspiracy Theories. Don’t.
Should you pay attention to that idea of a conspiracy theory? Let’s dive into the Deeper Waters and find out.
Okay. I know right up that conspiracies do happen. People do try to cover things up and pull them off together. Usually however, we have some idea that this is definitely going on. Eventually, it all comes down on those who do it. For instance, Watergate was a conspiracy of sorts, and frankly, it didn’t really last too long.
The main conspiracies I’m talking about are the kind that are popularized by too many Christians and are also the same mindset found in a number of atheistic circles. For Christians, these often involves “satanic plots” to control our children and indoctrinate them. Much of the time, you know that the Illuminati has to be behind it all!
Because, you know, the main way to send that secret message is to go through the half time show on Super Bowl Sunday. How is it that the Illuminati managed to reach all these dancers and send a secret message to people watching the Super Bowl? Before going off on how it is something you think is part of hidden satanic symbolism, why not just consider something else?
Maybe it’s just a tasteless performance.
Now this is saying nothing about the morality of what goes on in said performances. I am not at all endorsing that. What I am saying is that you need to be on the watch for thinking that there are several conspiracies afoot. For a Christian, this can result in a heightened paranoia and to the rest of the world, you just look ridiculous. We already look ridiculous for believing in Jesus. There’s no reason to add to that.
Atheists don’t always do much better. You can think about plots in Christianity to destroy everything that disagreed with Christianity and then of course, the process of canonization, that was all just a total plot! Very rarely is any actual real historical study done on the topic. Unfortunately in our internet age, too many people find something on the internet and think it’s true. We all laugh at the idea of “I read it on the internet so it must be true”, but too many people have that same mindset.
The thinking also leads to a heightened arrogance. Sure, everyone else misses the main message, but I know what it is. I am not going to be fooled the way everyone else is. If you do not see it, well you just haven’t really reached this level of insight and thinking. Of course, a possibly even worse case could be that you’re part of the conspiracy.
One point to keep in mind when researching these claims is see who is being cited as a source. Too many times conspiracy theorists regularly cite each other and validate one another’s claims. Try to find a source that you think will be as objective as possible. Of course, total objectivity could be impossible, but try to get as close as you can.
For Christians also, please especially avoid conspiracies related to end times madness. I have seen too many times the idea of secretly implanting chips in us that are supposed to be the Mark of the Beast. Honestly, I have reached the point where my eyes just start rolling immediately at this. It’s not just because I’m a preterist. If you’re a futurist, you should avoid this as well.
There are far too many important things to study than the idea of possible conspiracies. If some Christians would seek to interpret their Bible as well as they try to interpret a show at halftime on Super Bowl Sunday, we’d all be better off.
(my response is as follows…)
So, you basically see the apex of “paranoid Christian conspiracy theories” as centering around things like Satanic messaging embedded in Super Bowl half-time shows..?
I guess you can’t be faulted for that. There are after all bajillions of youtube videos which invest themselves in exposing and decoding such things.
However, I must interject as to your overall resistance to Christians being too “paranoid” about Satanic conspiracies in general. Since you clearly seem to be writing from the perspective of a Christian yourself, I am curious as to how exactly you parse this out, in relation to what the Bible actually has to say about Satan and his intentions towards this planet and the entire human race….
You make a rather puzzling statement how even though you’re a preterist, you believe that futurists should avoid getting sucked into “end time madness” as well. Not sure how you can claim to not have a certain amount of bias on that one, but no matter. As a preterist, how exactly DO you see history playing out, might I ask? Are we just going to keep “progressing forward” as things get better and better? Is there no Second Coming of Christ at all in your view?
Anyhow… Your article is more or less built around the typical argument of “Well of course conspiracy happens, but hey, they’re small and easy to spot, and so we should be able to make a distinction between those “realistic” examples of conspiracy, and the full on “crazy” ones…” (is that a fair description?) Yet, there are much bigger “substantiated” examples of massive-scale conspiracies than Watergate, and far more sinister as well…
Hitler and the Nazis “conspired” to eradicate Jews and the “non-desirables” from Europe (and ultimately, the world) through the implementation of a highly organized system whose sole function was to destroy human life with assembly-line efficiency. (I suppose you don’t think there was anything “satanic” going on with any of that…?) The rest of the world allegedly had no knowledge of this massive program (there were rumors, of course, but to believe in them would’ve mean believing a pretty intense “conspiracy theory”)
The Manhattan Project involved thousands upon thousands of people all working on various aspects of a project whose intention was to create the most devastating weapon the world had ever seen. It was as though an entire city was all working together on a singular secret project, yet the rest of the American public was completely unaware the whole time, until later when the project was disclosed.
The Federal Reserve as well was formed in secret, and confessed by the men who created it as something they “conspired” to do, using all sorts of chicanery to put the production of the U.S. dollar into their private control. (The “Federal Reserve” is definitively NOT a Federal institution, but a private bank). This is not “theory”, but open, documented fact.
But as to your question about “How is it that the Illuminati managed to reach all these dancers and send a secret message to people watching the Super Bowl?” The answer to that one is really quite simple, in that you obviously don’t need to brainwash every dancer on a stage for a performance filled with Satanic symbolism. (duh!) Every music video, every stage performance, and for that matter, every film, tv show, news program, etc., is produced, directed, and edited by a comparatively small number of people. Those are the people who can put whatever symbolism, message, meaning, or imagery they choose into anything they produce…. The people dancing and singing and acting and reading the teleprompters are really just living puppets.
But finally, as to your point about our belief in Jesus making us look “ridiculous” to the rest of the world…
You’d better believe the world is going to think you’re “ridiculous” for believing in Him, and if you think that’s something you need to try and mitigate as much as possible, then wow, that frightens me…
Think about it. You lament how Christians need to better interpret their Bibles, but when we pick up the Bible and actually read it, it is full of the most “fantastic” stories and ideas and claims you could imagine. It claims that God made man and woman, put em in a garden, then some serpent/devil creature comes along and tells them to eat it, and if they do, they’ll become like God, become “enlightened”, so they do it, but they don’t become gods, only trapped by sin, and then they realize they’re nude, get kicked out of the garden, etc., etc., God later floods the whole earth yet saves eight people. He raises up a people to be His own, saving them through plagues and miracles and seas that split in two and water that pours out of rocks. He smashes cities with parades and trumpets. He kills giants with pebbles. He turns kings into beasts, and makes other beasts speak. He closes the mouths of hungry lions, keeps people singe-free in fiery pits, and takes people on underwater ocean cruises inside the stomach of aquatic wildlife. Then this “Jesus guy” comes along, and whoa baby, does HE ever do some weird stuff. Making the blind see, the lame walk, casting out these invisible spirit things who apparently were taking control of people all over the place… He even was killed, and then was claimed to have risen from the DEAD and could walk through walls and teleport and such. Then they say He floated up into the sky, back to “heaven”, after which His followers stayed here and told everyone about it, and cast out these invisible evil things that are supposedly flying around everywhere, but we can’t see or hear them, and this Jesus guy is supposedly still alive and even “coming back” one day, yet, in this totally crazy book at the end, it talks about this “dragon” character and how he’s totally been fighting against this Jesus dude the whole time, and is going to try and kill everyone who loves him, and is even at some point going to gather “all the kinds of the earth” to make war against Him……
Yet… You don’t at all see the Bible itself that fully encompasses the “fantastic” and even the “conspiratorial”……?
(end of my original comment)
Now, there are only a couple other points I’d want to add to my already ridiculously long retort to this article. First, to the point insinuating that “conspiracy theorists” are guilty of the mindset “I read it on the internet so it must be true”. You hear this all the time, and it’s really a sucker-punch, a pathetic attempt to discredit information or ideas by pointing to the fact that the internet played a part in the exchange of this information and ideas. It’s really quite a tired and poor argument, honestly. Never mind the irony that this accusation is itself being put forth in a blog post, on the internet (so should we disregard the author altogether as total nonsense because he’s sharing his thoughts online?) but the underlying implication going on here is that of course the people looney enough to believe in grandiose “conspiracy theories” or in such nonsense as the “illuminati” couldn’t actually have done their due diligence and looked for a weighty compilation of independent yet agreeing sources, or well-examined and authenticated evidence, no, they must have simply watched some youtube video made by some unemployed, anti-social middle-aged bum living in their parent’s basement. It’s just substituting insult for argument. Such accusations and ad hominem attacks come from people who have never even heard of, let alone looked into themselves, such vast compositions of true, bona fide research and data-analysis as found in things like Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. (oh wait, sorry, that’s a link for a website, and if it’s on the internet, it must be baloney…) 😉 I guess that’s why corporations, governments, media outlets, etc. all have chosen to eschew putting their information online as well, because it would only serve to discredit them….(!?)
Secondly, there is the other common claim that “this thinking also leads to a heightened arrogance”. It’s funny, because this is exactly the SAME sort of thing you hear on a regular basis from atheists and other non-Christians who find your claim that the Jesus is the only way to God, that heaven and hell are real, and that all the other religions are false and deceptive to be the absolute epitome of arrogance! All the belief systems are wrong, and deceived, and leading people to hell? Why, what narcissism! What gall! As though the people who have come to put their faith in Christ and His word have done so simply as a function of their own internal desire to be above everyone else, to condemn them, and have some sort of self-created sense of exclusivity in the world… Yes, atheists can be pretty adept at smacking Christians around with this one, and yet Christians will then turn right around and use the exact same logic to try and silence their brothers and sisters who they find to be totally off the deep end…
But alas, I AM off the “deep end”, learning to embrace the tides of life and let the currents take me, instead of hiding in my own little cove and pretending that entire roaring ocean doesn’t exist. And the further I go into those “Deeper Waters” Mr. Peters, the deeper they seem to get. The weirder, and crazier and more amazing and beautiful and scary and awesome and almost unbelievable they become. Only HE can plumb the depths of all that is and has been and will be in this vast and incredible universe that He has made, but He has promised to be with us, always, as we swim through even the darkest, and deepest, and most shark-infested of waters…
Just found out this morning that Dr. Stanley Monteith went to be with Jesus yesterday. It would be hard to fully encapsulate all that this man has done in service to the Lord and to the Truth regarding the Days that we are all living in today. The man was a pioneer, a servant, an intellectual, and a true example to all the Saints who have been destined by God to live in the Last Days. This man was researching and revealing the constructs of the New World Order before I was born, and I only discovered his show, Radio Liberty, a couple years ago, but in that time I have listened to countless hours of amazing interviews and discussions on all sorts of pressing international and spiritual topics. He has my utmost respect and thanks, and if anyone deserves to finally go and be able rest from his labors for the Lord in the last century, it is this man.
James Corbett, who was regularly featured as a guest on Radio Liberty, has written a stirring tribute, In Memoriam Stan Monteith.
Even Alex Jones (who I am often not a fan of his style/rhetoric) had some laudable words for this man who paved the way for so many now speaking out on these things today.
File this one under ‘Wag the Dog’… My props to Shirlz007 for writing a good post on this:
Fake Beheading Videos (SITE Intelligence… the blueprint for production) … Valley of the Wolves… look familiar?. Basically it shows that these “ISIS beheading videos” were all amazingly filmed in the exact same manner as a scene from a Turkish movie series called “Valley of the Wolves”, which produced it’s last installment in around 2009.
The thing that really floors me about this, is that it’s not just some vaguely similar scene involving a terrorist beheading some “infidel” captive. It would appear to in fact be the EXACT. SAME. SHOT! Exact same outfits worn by both terrorist and victim. Exact same little knife held by the terrorist (and why would you use a knife to cut someone’s head off anyway…?) Exact same positioning in front of the camera.
So I guess the question is, did the “terrorists” get their inspiration from a film, and recreate that scene down to the letter, or is the CIA really just that unoriginal in staging their film projects…? 🙂
(here is the video clip as covered by Info Wars, with accompanying commentary…)
(and here is the clip of the trailer of the video by itself, the shot in question coming at the :33 mark, interesting enough!)
So yeah… Here they go, bombing “ISIS” in Syria and Iraq, basing their actions largely on the propaganda such as what we have seen in those videos over the past month. Does no one who is believing these attacks are justified remember back to George Dubya and the “WMD’s” that they “KNEW” Saddam had….?
Quite often, I find myself feeling a tad guilty or embarrassed, because I engaged with someone either in person or online, and wound up launching into some massive tirade about something like what really happened to Building 7, or how ISIS is a creation of American/Israeli intelligence forces, or how you can’t believe any of the tripe being droned into your head through the mainstream media, and so on…
Around the time of the 9/11 anniversary a week ago, it got especially bad, and there were a couple of bloggers who I regularly frequent their writings who were subjected to having me essentially completely take over their comment sections and dive into heated debate with a bunch of people I’ve never met over why the official 9/11 story is patently and provably false. I honestly felt quite embarrassed about it afterwards. After all, I should know better by now. I should at this point be able to appreciate just how unrealistic a thing it is for me to expect that I can go and write a few blog comments somewhere and cause someone to instantly do a complete 180 on a subject that goes to the very core of what they’ve been indoctrinated into believing for the entirety of their lives. I start thinking about it, later in the day, and just kicking myself, feeling like a real jacka** for once again, getting sucked into trying to beat someone else over the head with my 9/11 truth stick. Am I really just that arrogant? Drawn to the idea of “crazy conspiracy theories” because in some backwards, twisted way, they “empower” me with a type of insider knowledge that the majority of the “sleeping public” can’t or won’t open their eyes too?
Do I seriously just have some kind of psychological or emotional issue going on, and in fact suffer from being “obsessed” with talking about “conspiracies”, as many people in my extended family have asserted…?
Well… Like I said, I wrestle with these kinds of thoughts on a fairly regular basis. I start letting the accusations of “you’re just crazy” get to me, without even realizing it, and then the guilt and self doubt start to set in. But then, I come across something like this article on Nicole Kidman’s recently deceased father, which I read yesterday, and I am reminded of really what all is “at stake” here:
Nicole Kidman’s Father Dies Suddenly Amid Pedophile, Child Murder Ring Allegations.
Dr. Antony Kidman died Friday after fleeing Australia when accused of the sexual abuse and murder of children in an elite Sydney pedophile ring. A month prior Fiona Barnett had filed a complaint with the Australian NSW police and Child Abuse Royal Commission alleging Kidman’s sexual and physical assaults on her throughout childhood. When the Commission opened an investigation the clinical psychologist suddenly left his 43 years with the Sydney University of Technology and Royal North Shore Hospital to stay in Singapore until he died. The family has refused to comment and Singapore police opened an investigation on what they termed as an unnatural death.
Yesterday Barnett released her own theory about Kidman’s death,” The main perpetrator of my child sexual abuse, Antony Kidman, is dead after I filed formal complaints accusing him of the rape, torture and murder of children in an exclusive Sydney pedophile ring. As a child victim of mind control I feel he’s been sacrificed for failing to adequately program me.”
“Kidman was responsible for ensuring that I never disclosed pedophile ring activities that I witnessed as a child,” she continued. “He failed.”
News of Kidman’s death impacted me, someone who has undergone intense treatment. I know that there are other victims of Kidman’s crimes out there who are perhaps not as far along the healing path as I am. I anticipate that news of Kidman’s death may have a serious impact on these victims. A perpetrator’s death can even trigger suicidal ideation.
“My complaints last month to the Australian Child Abuse Royal Commission detailed two incidents in which Kidman subjected me to horrific physical and sexual assault” Barnett said. “But there are even more serious crimes against children that I witnessed Kidman commit as a member of the elite Sydney pedophile ring. Those complaints have gone to the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels.”
Five years ago, if I had managed to even come across a story like this at all, I suppose I would’ve just understood it as the simple death of a celebrity’s father who was being accused of sexual abuse.
But now, I read something like this, and understand that these sorts of allegations such as the ones being put forth by Fiona Barnett are really just tiny glimpses of the underlying, horrific underground whose existence is possibly one of the most horrific things a typical person might ever imagine. And as I do so, I am reminded why I get so worked up sometimes.
Right now, the mainstream media is in a full-on campaign of debating the topics of domestic violence and child abuse in the wake of there being now three separate NFL players whose conduct has been brought into the national spotlight, and yet, when you compare any of these incidents with the gravity and scale of the proposition that there are actually untold number of secret groups of people, powerful people, involved in things like Satanic ritual abuse, pedophilia rings, human trafficking, and actually sacrificing innocent children in occult rituals, it is so beyond the pale that most folks just can’t even begin to let themselves think that such a thing could be possible, and going on all over the place, right under our collective noses.
I am reminded of the fact that when I myself was first introduced to these claims, I absolutely and categorically did not want to believe them either. Such an idea is so repulsive, so contrary to the conception of the kind of world we thought we lived in, that it staggers the mind. I fully confess that I was a hard and fast skeptic of the entire notion of “SRA” (satanic ritual abuse) and the accompanying phenomena commonly referred to as MPD/DID (multiple personality disorder / dissociative identity disorder), otherwise known as “mind-control programming”.
The whole thing just seemed like way too much, way too disturbing, too hard for me to understand, and too hard to “prove” anyhow. After all, with 9/11, every time I started to wonder if maybe I was just “obsessed” with the idea of a conspiracy that didn’t exist, I could always go back to the footage of building 7, and sure enough, there it was, still unmistakably falling as a clear-cut and obvious controlled demolition… But SRA? There was no “smoking gun” evidence, no video I could go and watch to crystalize it into my mind in the same sort of way. And so, it was a much slower, longer process of coming to believe that it was in fact just as real, and something I was in fact very reluctant to admit my belief in.
In many places, the Bible talks about “the testimony of 2 or 3 witnesses” (John 8:17, Deut 19:15). So what about when you are faced with the testimonies of dozens upon dozens of individuals…?
After almost five years now having gone by since I was first introduced to this idea in earnest (and by that I mean, a clear and educated explanation of what SRA is, how it works, and where it comes from, not just distorted caricatures portrayed in movies or tv) I have now heard enough testimonies, from enough people, coming from separate trajectories, which all ultimately serve to underscore the fact that satanic ritual abuse is a very real thing, happening today, and as such should be something which sickens and motivates the believers in Christ, indeed all people who care about the innocence and lives of children and victims, to do something about it, and stop pretending that such a thing isn’t even real…
There are far too many names and resources attached to this study for me to list them all in a single blog post, but here are a few that have been central to my own journey of coming to understanding this dark reality:
Russ Dizdar – Former pastor, evangelist, counselor of victims of SRA/DID, former consultant to police departments on occult crimes. Author of the book “The Black Awakening”.
Doug Riggs – Pastor and counselor of victims of SRA/DID
Patricia Baird Clark – author and counselor of victims of SRA/DID and demon possession. Teaches on spiritual warfare.
Dr. Preston Baily – counselor and author of “SPIRITUAL WARFARE: Defeating the Forces of Darkness”. Also assisted law enforcement agencies in occult crimes.
All four of the above sites contain a great deal of information on the topic as a whole, including videos, audio files, written articles, and many testimonies of victims who have witnessed experienced these horrible acts firsthand.
Carolyn Hamlett – Grew up in a generational occult family, survivor of SRA/mind control, born-again Christian.
“Meadow Rain” – 2 part interview of a Christian woman who talks about her experience of SRA in an elementary school. (part 1 / part 2)
Nancy Dunn – SRA survivor
Jenny Hill – SRA survivor whose story is told in the book “22 Faces” by Judy Byington
Survivorship – An organization which supports the survivors of extreme child abuse, including sadistic sexual abuse, ritualistic abuse, mind control, and torture. Lots of information to be found here as well.
The bottom line is, I am convinced this stuff is all too real, and impacting the lives of men and women, boys and girls, all around us. It is when you start to listen to the testimonies, and understand just how widespread and devious the secrecy surrounding it all is, that you begin to really appreciate just how important it is for us to be educated about the reality and presence of dark spiritual forces in our world, our country, and our neighborhoods. It is one thing to feel somewhat removed from the plottings and schemings of the nefarious “banksters” and cabal members fomenting their plans for world domination in smoky boardrooms or lavish private mansions somewhere. It is quite another thing to think about the fact that people all around us, children, are being used and abused in such a way that I know kindles the wrath of God like nothing almost nothing else.
They need to hear about and experience the pure, freeing, life-giving love of Jesus probably more than anyone, and we have to first be willing to accept the reality that such forms of radical evil actually exist in the world, if we are going to be of any help to the millions of people who have been directly affected by it…
I would have to think that by now, most people have at least heard of the idea “9/11 was an inside job”. I don’t know. Maybe not. There are after all plenty of other important info-bytes constantly vying for people’s attention, such as NFL fisticuffs in elevators and such. Even if most people have at least heard of the concept by now, I would still assume that most Americans have still not actually taken any time to take any serious look into the topic themselves, although I do believe this is something that is continuing to slowly, steadily change…
Paradigms are a funny thing. It would seem quite possible to live one’s entire life without even realizing that one even HAD a “paradigm” in the first place, until that paradigm was actually challenged, cracked, or even destroyed.
When I first encountered the claims about building 7 being a clear instance of controlled demolition, I was soon completely amazed to discover just how many intelligent, professional individuals had contributed mountains of research into the investigation of 9/11, men like Richard Gage, who brought many years of experience with them as architects and structural engineers, etc. If you haven’t yet looked into the findings of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, then you haven’t even begun to seriously examine what exactly did happen on that fateful day.
But the thing that most astounded me as I began to learn about all the, shall we say, “anomalous” facts surrounding 9/11, wasn’t even the realization that this was in fact carried out by people who are clearly operating within our own government and military, (in short, a mother of a “conspiracy”), but it was the revelation that all the massive amounts of damning evidence to the fact it was in fact an inside job were just so readily available, for anyone to see it they merely bothered to look.
I started to realize how it wasn’t the issue of accessibility to evidence that was the key factor in what people chose to believe, it was the fundamental question of their willingness to question their over-arching paradigm…
Some might think of a “paradigm” as being akin to a “worldview”, but I think I’m inclined to see them as not quite the same. Though very similar concepts, a “worldview” might be described as what a person consciously thinks of themselves as believing, while “paradigm” encapsulates everything, the conscious and subconscious. Both the articulated, propositional-truth kinds of beliefs, and all the internalized, schemata-based, associations and emotions and nostalgic constructs which influence us daily on levels that we rarely recognize.
The amount of energy, money, time, and effort that go into the elaborate constructions of our paradigms, (particularly as they relate to our identities as citizens of what we are told since birth as being “the greatest country on Earth”), is almost impossible to fully measure. Since our earliest moments as children born into a world with TV screens and movie theaters and top 40 hits, to now the kids who crawl around in their diapers and learn to count on touch-screens, we are bombarded with a bajillion different little icons and messages and stories and songs, coming from a bajillion different angles and places, all of which contribute to what is essentially a singular and fairly simple message: “You are blessed to be here. You have freedoms that others fought and died for. You have opportunity. You have rights. You have privilege. You are lucky to be a part of America, because America is “#1” and so and so forth…. 🙂
The thing which prevents most Americans from even giving the slightest bit of serious thought to the possibility that people within their own government could actually be responsible for the murder of thousands of their own citizens, is this: It is simply too horrific and too destructive to their entire notion of reality to contemplate.
It is our beloved paradigms, (or more specifically, our deep and devout attachments to them), which allow virtually all of these false flag events and staged mock trials and faux revolutions and everything else to continually occur. It is really just idolatry, idolatry in the form of buying into this massive tapestry of American dreams, that blinds us to what is going on right in front of our own faces. It is the idolatry of believing in our own privileged place in the world, our beacon of “democratic light”, which fuzzies our vision and keeps us from recognizing that the United States is anything BUT a force for “democracy” around the world, and that our cities and capitols are strewn with ancient occult symbols and edifices, quietly screaming their Pagan ideologies on a daily basis for anyone bothering to listen…
So, on this 13th anniversary of the day that “forever changed America and the World”, my question would simply be: “Are we willing to seek the Truth, regardless of how uncomfortable or disturbing or bizarre it might become along the way…?”
This whole thing is has so many pieces, so many tangents, so many points which branch off, and then circle around to reconnect again, it’s just hard to even know where to begin. The other day, I came across the research of a guy named David McGowan, where he gets deep in the weeds of all the various bizarre and beyond-coincidental connections between this supposedly “organic” group of people/musicians who came together in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles and suddenly proceeded to manifest into many of the most famous bands in the history of Rock ‘n Roll…
So, ok, “spoiler alert”, the basic preposition here is that the “hippie movement” wasn’t a spontaneous creation of the youth, but in fact a calculated move on behalf of the folks starting all fake wars and injecting occultism into
the government/culture, in order to supplant what was originally a quite articulate, clean-cut and educated anti-war movement which began on college campuses, into a drugged-out, long-haired, free-loving mess, to be written-off by the majority of “average America” and woefully embraced by the rebellious youth.
In other words, the suit-wearing “stiffs” of the NWO actually created the music culture, the drug culture, and the “sexual revolution” that we all associate with the 1960’s today…
After all, if you are trying to create your masonic New World Order, you have to find some means by which to redirect the angst-filled scrutiny of the few young, educated people who might actually piece together the crimes you are committing in the name of “freedom and democracy”.
How fascinating it is to see McGowan trace out just how many of these famous artists were actually the children of people working deep within the military/intelligence community?
What are the odds that Jim Morrison’s father would actually be the Admiral in charge of the fleet which was claimed to have been attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin incident? (the false-flag event which prompted the U.S. to jump into full-fledged “police action in Vietnam…)
Frank Zappa’s daddy was a military intelligence insider, having classified involvement in secret chemical weapons programs before moving out to California.
Overall, the absolute complexity and irony of the characters involved in the stories of Laurel Canyon are hard to exaggerate. You got Charles Manson, you got Harry Houdini (tho supposedly he only owned a mansion there, but never lived in it…) You’ve got virtually every rock name you
could think of to have come out of the 60’s spending time there at some point, from the Monkees to Alice Cooper to Jerry Garcia to the aforementioned Jim Morrison and the Doors. (the name of that band coming from Aldous Huxley’s book “Doors of Perception”…) You’ve got all these military bases and complexes, including the property which served as the U.S. military’s nuclear program film studio. You’ve got Frank Zappa’s “log cabin” house, as well as dozens of other properties, which are reported to have networks of interconnecting tunnels, and caves, and “grottos”..(!)
It’s just the stuff that could really only come out of the nexus of generational occult families living and working in black-op military programs, near bases and secret facilities with all the typical Monarch and MK Ultra mind-control stuff that was going on in that “first generation” of Project Paperclip’s “Mengele’s kids”…
I’m still researching here, but am definitely blown away by the vast amount of evidence which points to the fact that the occultists working through intelligence and military channels for so many years, may in fact have been the ones responsible for creating the gospel of “sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll”. Perhaps all those preachers back in the day who ranted and raved about the dangers of the “devil’s music” weren’t all that far off after all….
If you actually take the time to watch the entirety of this video which has “surfaced” about Sgt. Major Dan Page, shortly after he supposedly “shoved” a reporter during the tensions in Ferguson, MO., you can start to understand why the PTSB would want to demonize this individual. It also becomes clear (to anyone with a minimum capacity for critical thinking) that the allegations thrown at him regarding things like “boasting about being killer” and “promoting domestic violence” etc., are both ludicrous and examples of his tongue-in-cheek no-nonsense military personality making comments which are taken out of context and twisted around. Of course, when he stands up and calls homosexuals “sodomites” (repeatedly), it comes as no surprise that he would be completely and utterly painted as a bigot and guilty of “hate speech”. Few people would dare even use the “s-word” in public these days. I can’t for the life of me figure out what they’re pointing to in trying to call him “racist”…
But I find this whole thing rather fascinating, firstly because I find it amazing that of all the police “behavior issues” that went on during the protests in Ferguson, the reporter and accompanying cameraman were quite fixated on filming Sgt. Maj. Page in particular (even though there were all the other officers aiming guns at people, hitting with nightsticks, etc…) Coincidence? After watching this video myself (of him giving the presentation at the “Oath Keeper’s” meeting), which apparently has now prompted Page’s boss at the police department to give him a leave of absence, I really don’t think so. Consider the list of things that this veteran of the military very boldly proclaims is coming upon this country, in his view probably by the time 2015 rolls around…
1) The replacement of the Constitution with a newly written one.
2) Removal of the 1st, 2nd, and 8th Amendments.
3) Martial Law being imposed on the populace.
4 The globe being divided into ten regions of global governance. The U.S. being divided into ten regions as well.
5) A collapse of the U.S. economy.
6) The eradication of Posse Comitatus and the coming use of military troops within the United States on civilians.
7) The illegitimacy of the President’s claim to U.S. citizenship.
8) The use of FEMA camps and “education barracks” for children.
9) The purging of the military.
10) That Bible-believing Christians will be labeled “domestic terrorists”.
11) The use of psy-ops to distract the population and give false pretext for war and martial law.
12) That certain people in the military had prior knowledge of the attacks on 9/11.
13) That the government of the United States will be brought to a swift and violent end and quickly incorporated into a system of global governance.
Now… I’m not much of a “salute the troops” kinda guy. I usually have a hard time listening to men like this, who have been hardened by years of serving in the military hierarchy and the memories of having killed people they never knew. I’m still kinda shocked that I’m finding myself watching this, and going, “Yeah… He knows he’s got a ‘target on his back’, and he’s right”. (49:30) But he spoke out anyway. He knew the risk he was taking. But he also knows what’s coming. How many people on the “inside” have to stand up and speak out before we start to listen?
I guess I just find it so ironic… I mean, these are kind of the men you have to have, leading your forces, when you send them into countries all over the world and enact genocide upon innocent peoples in order to further your imperialist aims. These are the sort of dudes you see being heralded and celebrated in all those WWII movies, guys who sacrificed, and fought, and obeyed orders, and killed…
But clearly Page has convictions and conscience that go above and beyond the indoctrination and the fear of opposing these people. He says “what are they gonna do, kill me?” And really, that’s an attitude we all need to be reminded of. I’m not one who believes in trying to physically resist whatever might come, but I do think we need to take very seriously such warnings about contractor soldiers being used on the populace to remove the “incorrigibles”… I believe that day is indeed coming soon, and it will indeed call for “patient endurance on behalf of the Saints…”
An EXCELLENT presentation given by Christopher Bollyn in Gothenburg, Sweden a couple months ago. The first half is essentially a primer on 9/11 Truth for anyone not familiar with the litany of inconsistencies of the official story. While that part itself is superbly done, but for folks like me who’ve “been there / done that” and understand all that already, it starts getting really interesting around the 137 minute mark where he mentions the “Zionist war agenda”, and then around the 150 minute mark he starts going into more detail about the connections between the perps of 9/11 and the “far right wing” of Israel…
He also touches on a number of fascinating little tidbits of information during the Q & A section towards the end which include things the evidence for how “Extreme Zionism itself actually creates anti-Semitism in order to compel Jews to move to Palestine…” (153 min. mark), or the father of Rom Immanuel being a Zionist terrorist who was also the one responsible for those trillions of missing dollars in the Pentagon which Rumsfeld announced on Sept. 10. and who sells us the computerized vote-counting machines we use…
The portion which talks about the agenda of Netanyahu Institute and how it essentially conceived of the idea for the “war on terror” back in the 70’s to be particularly interesting…. (2:17 mark)
Overall a pretty stellar lecture which pulls together a lot of info into a very coherent and alarming whole. I think I’d have to agree with at least 99% of what he has to say here, if not the whole 100… (I’ll reserve a one percent for myself, just in case he said something weird in there that I missed…)
Info on Christopher Bollyn taken from the youtube posting: Christopher Bollyn is an American journalist who has investigated the events of 9-11. He helped Professor Steven E. Jones in the spring and summer of 2006, when Jones found solid evidence of Thermite in the dust of the Twin Towers. The discovery and discussion of Thermite in the demolition of the World Trade Center led to serious trouble for both Jones and Bollyn. In the end Bollyn had to go into exile.
Christopher Bollyn has written several book on the subject, for example “Solving 9-11: The Deception that Changed the World”.