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America, Blueprint for World Federalism and a “D.W.O.”..?

The history of our civilization is reaching its final destination. From a chaotic amalgam of competing and rival nations, the world is evolving into a unitary framework, in which different organized communities cooperate to prevent conflicts and promote the progress of humanity.

The above eyebrow-raising quote above is from the World Federalist Manifesto. I currently find my interest in the topic of Federalism being increasingly piqued, especially as I learn more about it in the context of it’s central role in the political debate since the very inception of the United States itself. I admit I am torn as I write this. Part of me wonders if the themes presenting themselves in such a discussion are already overly obvious to anyone who would be prone to reading it, and so the whole thing might be an exercise in redundancy, yet at the same time I feel as though the ramifications of World Federalism, and the role in which the U.S. has played in bringing the world closer and closer to it, is of such universal importance that it would hardly seem to be something that could ever be exhaustively treated.

Recently I have begun plodding my way through a copy of the “Federalist Papers”, an endeavor which unintentionally sparked a more pointed study of the whole topic I just described. While I confess that trying that trying to plod through the actual words of Madison and Hamilton has proven quite laborious, (due to the profuse usage of rambling, 18th Century sesquipedalian rhetoric), simply becoming more familiar with the gist of the debate itself has provided a much more focused picture of the early American political landscape, and also gone a long way in tracing the connections between the themes present at that time with those of our own day. In short, I find it fascinating to ponder the possibility that the very creation of the United States itself, has embedded within it’s own “political DNA” the inherent questions, arguments and obstacles connected to the broader challenge of actualizing a true, functioning, global government.

From my perspective, the formation of the United States is such a curious thing, and like so many other matters, I find it increasingly difficult not to view it through some kind of Hegelian lens. The “Federalist Papers”, as I have been recently learning, were a series of what were essentially political op-ed pieces, published bi-weekly in New York newspapers roughly a decade after the 13 American colonies achieved independence and established a government based upon it’s original founding document, the Articles of Confederation

But apparently there were many in the newly formed American Republic who became convinced that the Articles were insufficient, and so a campaign was mounted to try and convince enough of the newly formed States to ratify something which would provide a more effective and “energized” Union, a more powerfully endowed Federal government. The Constitution… At the time, New York State was one of the most stalwart of resistors against replacing the Articles of Confederation, and so these articles were written in hopes of swaying the voting public of New York towards a more sympathetic stance towards elevating the principles of a stronger Union.

(But hmmmmm… The ideals of Confederacy, pitted against the ideals of the Union. Why does that sound familiar? Ah, who knows…)

But is it not peculiar, when you stop and think about it, that the “Founding Fathers” decided to attempt this precarious approach to democratic government to begin with, in what would eventually be dubbed the “Great American Experiment”, whereby they started off by bequeathing the full privilege of “sovereignty” to each of the original 13 colonies (and I will try my best here to restrain from hypothesizing on the bizarre “coincidence” of them being 13 in number), yet each one a piece of a larger whole, a move which essentially created from the start the quasi-paradoxical scenario of determining which level of “sovereignty” truly held in the long run? The question of how state sovereignty could co-exist with a Federal sovereignty is a theme which fills many pages of the Federalist Papers, and so it is quite remarkable that a political debate which sprang forth in the first few years of the country’s existence has of course endured right up into our own time. It is essentially the quandary behind determining whether goal of the “experiment” was intended to result in the creation of a United States, or the United States…

Okay, I will cease with my lame topical prefacing here, and just get to my underlying point. As I see it, the fabricated political paradox of the State/Federal tension, serves (whether you want to ascribe it to sheer coincidence, or more calculated intention) as a pointedly applicable road map towards the eventual establishment of the same thing on a global scale, whereby the sovereignty of individual nations (“states”) are much less of a contrived and juvenile decision (as applied to the original 13 colonies), but the derivations of centuries upon centuries of combined historical, political, cultural and ancestral contexts. In short, the United States of America is as close a thing to a blueprint for establishing A Federalized (Centralized) Global Government as there ever has yet been.

So much could be touched upon as tangential explorations of this idea over the 200 plus years of history of the American empire, it’s hard to know where to go next. Simply examining the ramifications of these developments on the plane of economics alone could probably fill another ten posts, not to mention the arenas of things such as global militarization, cultural homogenization, technological revolutions, and so on. The ways that the United States of America could be demonstrated to have been steadily preparing and driving the rest of the world towards the eventuality of a true global empire are numerous and almost impossible to overstate. And for myself, the more this reality permeates my conscious reflection upon the nation of my birth, and the various political, economic and militaristic contexts of today, the more I am increasingly compelled to distance myself from the persistent narrative within American citizenry which longs for some nostalgic return to “Founding American Principles”, particularly the strain of this narrative commonly found amongst those who regard America as being built upon some set of allegedly “Christian Values”…

Where did Jesus, or His disciples, or the Early Church, ever agonize over things like the balance of powers between the governmental sovereignty of an individual “State” and it’s overarching Federal counterpart? Where do we find in the New Testament (or the Old…) deliberations on the definitions and protections of property, whether “realty” or “personalty”?

For the majority of my lifetime, I have been surrounded by a good many well-intentioned, patriotic, church-going folks, who have simplistically regarded things like the Constitution as though they had effectively been produced from the minds of more modernized prophets of the Almighty, primarily concerned with issues of individual rights and liberties as understood through a paradigm whereby all men are created by God, when in fact the more I look into it for myself, I find that such questions are themselves really only secondary to the core convictions tied to finance and industry, which the Founders seemed most primarily concerned with. I have come across a book written back in 1913 titled “An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution”, by Charles Beard, which puts forth a number of incredibly fascinating proposals indeed. In many ways it does challenge to turn a number of commonly held assumptions about the true nature and purpose of the ratification of the Constitution on their heads, yet at this point in my life I suppose I have become quite accustomed to having my previously-held assumptions and paradigms turned on their heads, and so at this stage this sort of perspective tends to add more light and clarity to such considerations than it does to confuse them. I am still in the process of trying to read this work in it’s entirety, and so I expect I will most likely be speaking more on it’s possible implications in the future.

But where to end this… Bringing it back to the present, I suppose the parallel between the late 1700’s and the modern world which most stands out to me is this question of how/when a centralized, Federally-modeled global government goes from being one which simply exists on paper, or just in some superficially-institutionalized form, to being one that has (as the writers of the Federalist Papers described it) one that has sufficient “energy” to truly exercise governance. That is essentially the transition point at which the world lies right now. After all, the United Nations has already been in existence, to a degree, since the close of WWII (and saw a type of incarnation even prior to that, with the failed “League of Nations”, I suppose), yet everyone knows that despite it’s decades of councils and resolutions and everything else, the U.N. does not hold true sovereignty over the sovereignty of individual nations to the same degree that Washington and the Federal branches hold ultimate sovereignty over the fifty “states” in the Union. The P.O.T.U.S. and the Secretary of State, etc., are still considered to have far more true practical sway over the affairs of global politics than say, the Secretary-General of the U.N. But, I do sincerely believe that this is state of affairs that will eventually change. Moreover, I believe that the intention was always for such a change to occur. The transition will be brought about, (through whatever specific calamity or set of calamities), so that the “Phoenix” of the Global, Federal, Government, will rise from the ashes of it’s precursor. This is why it should come as absolutely no surprise that the symbol of the United States is that of the Phoenix, disguised with the exoteric form of an “eagle”.

The “Great Experiment”, the “United States” (which if you think about it, is merely another way of coining the term, “United Nations”) must “die”, so it can then be reborn on the scale and scope of the entire world, for “Federalism”, as it’s own internal nature dictates, can ultimately aspire to no lesser aim.

I’ll close this post by simply directing the reader to a most intriguing example of what I am talking about, which I found on the Democratic World Federalist’s website, in an article titled “Stop the New World Order”, the argument being put forth that the current New World Order run by Oligarchs and Banksters etc., needs to be replaced by a “Democratic World Order”, where “we, the people” are in charge instead of a small group of people unaccountable to the world.” This kind of sentiment no doubt sounds about as appealing to the global citizenry of today as it did to those in the 1700’s who were tired of the tyranny of ol’ King George, and I fully expect this same type of message to be that which takes a deeper hold on the hearts and minds of people in the coming years, and America breathes it’s final, dying breaths, and it’s long-awaited offspring, the Phoenix, prepares to rise from it’s ashes…

Wait, WHAT!? “I Pet Goat”, CERN, and the Dome of the Rock???

This video starts off kinda slow, but if you watch till the end, it really IS pretty insane! (I didn’t know that if you type “itanimulli” (Illuminati backwards) into any search engine, the first result is the website for the NSA. Go figure…)

The video also mentions some of the symbolism in the famous “I pet Goat II” and androgynous sexuality.

But then WHAT? He shows that if you type “I pet goat” into Google Earth, it takes you to…. CERN(!?!?)

He also says that the second choice Google Earth gave him after CERN was the Dome of the Rock

Hmmmmmmmm.

But “Occam’s Razor” Cuts Both Ways…

Recently I had an email exchange with an individual whose opinions and thought processes I have come to greatly respect. This person has a range of personal experience and capacity for systemic analysis which both combine to make for some very thought-provoking reading indeed. While completely preserving this person’s anonymity, and maintaining my utmost regard for their intelligence and experience, I wanted to share a piece of what they said, because it is really quite articulate, and also touches upon certain broader questions which I myself have had to grapple with in my “journey” to learning about so many of the things I talk about on this blog. He says:

“I tend to be an Occam’s Razor kind of guy, largely because I lack the capacity or inclination for developing intricate theories regarding latent processes and occult agents. In other words, I tend to take most things at face value, which if you think about it, is perhaps even more frightening. Let me take a moment to expand on that.

We are regularly treated to a variety of suppositions; some mundanely believable, others so fantastically bizarre that they defy common sense. 9/11 is a perfect example of an event that has produced numerous theories that reside across that entire spectrum. It is my opinion, and my opinion only, that people who develop the more bizarre claims do so because they need a framework in which everything makes sense and everything has a reason. The ability to tie every misfortune, tragedy and injustice to a root agent, whether it is the intelligence apparatus, the central banks, the catholic church or multi-century family dynasties, gives some people a sense of certainty. With that simple certainty, however, comes a belief in lack of control over one’s life that approaches predestination. After all, if you believe that Rothschild controls every facet of your life, who are you to change it? For some, however, that brings them great comfort. Some people simply cannot accept that, if you will pardon the phrase, “S#!t Happens”. The idea that we live on a ball of dirt whirling around in the universe, that we can do all the right things, yet get wiped out by some freak event (random crime, an illness) is something that some people never come to grips with. As such, they create detailed artifacts and scaffolding to support a comforting illusion of certainty.

I say this because I don’t believe the world is a place where every intricate detail of our lives is run meticulously by a cabal of sinister forces…”

The thing is, after several years of blogging now and having many folks pop in, look around, and go “Oh… I see you’re one of those conspiracy theorists…”, I have actually heard this “Occam’s Razor” position/critique many times. (albeit never articulated half as eloquently as the excerpt above)

“Occam’s Razor”, lex parsimoniae. The “Law of Parsimony” which states that among competing hypotheses that predict equally well, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected. In short, it’s the idea that the simplest explanation is typically the correct one.

And to a high degree, this principle is really quite logically sound. There really is no need to construct an elaborate, highly-complex explanation for an event or phenomena, full of wild assumptions and speculations, if a far simpler one is readily apparent and adequately fills in the blanks. If you come after a long day’s work, unlock your front door, and find the television on, then the simplest explanation is that you probably just forgot to turn it off before leaving that morning. You don’t need to wonder about “ghosts” or neighbors breaking in while you were gone in order to watch some free cable…

And so sure, Occam’s Razor works just fine and dandy, as long as the available data presents no reason for further explanation. If the doors were locked, windows secured, and no sign of a break-in, then yeah, you probably just left the t.v. on. But what if you then go into the kitchen and find things moved around from their normal places? What if you find furniture out of place, lights left on, and other small anomalies which were not likely to be caused by your forgetfulness in the morning? At some point, the accumulation of new data requires the Occam’s Razor principle to push for a new explanation. Simple explanations can account for simple scenarios, but the more complex the information and situation becomes, the less adequate an answer such as “I probably just left the television on” might become…

And this was me… Prior to five years ago, I honestly had NO internal intellectual or emotional need to try and explain the machinations of the world through any kind of over-arching “evil master scheme”. I was quite like most other people, in that while I was certainly no fan of boondoggle wars in the Middle East or political corruption (which I certainly believed to be existent), they were easily explained in my mind as the routine outworkings of basic human fallacies such as greed, pride and just outright incompetence. I had absolutely zero compulsion to believe in “conspiracy theories”… My only context for a term like the “Illuminati” was the fictional ideas coming from Dan Brown books/movies. I don’t think I had ever even heard of the Rothschilds. I had no knowledge of central banking or the Federal Reserve, nor did I find such topics to be any practical interest to my own life. Sure, I knew the world was a messed up place in many ways, but for me there was absolutely no sense of needing to explain all that was wrong with the modern world in a way that would assuage my sense of powerlessness or insignificance. Sure, “sh*t happens” all over the place, but it ain’t gonna stop me from planning my weekend of some snowboarding, having a beer or two, listening to some good music, watching a good movie, enjoying my family… “S’all good…”

But then one day my “data set” was unexpectedly intruded upon. I have written a few times before about how being confronted with the actual facts regarding 9/11, particular the collapse of Building 7, (in a way that was not being mediated and spoon-fed to me by the mainstream media), suddenly left me feeling completely stunned and bewildered, like a deer in headlights, completely unsure of how or why this could possibly be…

newpearlharborI didn’t seize upon it as the “excuse” I had been waiting for to somehow prove the existence of some secretive cabal, some “New World Order Elite”, because honestly I didn’t even have a concept of such a thing in my head. I wanted it go away. I did not want to see what I was seeing, or even contemplate the kinds of things which now the “Occam’s Razor” principle was now nudging me towards, in the face of a new set of data which required a new level of analysis and explanation of which the official narrative simply didn’t come close to providing…

“Occam’s Razor”… Yes. It actually worked to push me down that rabbit hole, rather than to scoff at it’s very idea. Why? The data. The undeniable, stubborn, unwavering data! I may not have been a structural engineering expert (nor am I today) but anyone with the most rudimentary understanding of basic physics should be able to grasp the impossibility of a 47 story, steel-framed building, falling PERFECTLY straight down, collapsing into it’s own footprint in under 7 seconds, outside of the use of explosives in a controlled demolition…

Imagine, if you will, someone challenging you light a fire under a large wooden dining room table, in such a way that it would slowly burn the four wooden legs of the table until they all burned through and collapsed at the exact same time. You’d laugh, and say that was a crazy and impossible challenge. But then the person challenging you says, “Ha, watch this!” They light their own little campfire under the table, let it burn for a few hours, and then suddenly, POP, all four legs burst in the middle at precisely the same moment, and the tabletop falls to the ground while staying perfectly level. (or better yet, falls perfectly level, then turns to sawdust when it hits the floor…)

Would you believe what you saw, and admit that the table could fall in such a manner, caused only by the fire and no additional timed charges placed on the legs, or some other hidden mechanism in order to pull it off? Yet with building 7, we are now talking about some fifty or so steel columns, a building designed to withstand earthquakes, winds, and fires, a structure which is exponentially more difficult to bring down than a dining room table, but we are expected to accept the explanation which defies physics, defies common sense, which defies “Occam’s Razor” in every way.

1002638_10200504640647404_594854426_nThe Razor of Truth cuts in the direction that it does, based on the amount of information we first allow ourselves to take into consideration, and that which we choose to ignore. It follows the path of the preconceived boundaries between the ideas of reality we are willing to accept, and those we are not. “Occam’s Razor” wound up cutting through so many of my own preconceived notions of the world we live in, and led me to the mouth of those much-maligned “rabbit-holes” which many people understandably are repulsed by, for who actually likes the idea of true EVIL existing in the world, and lying to us and making us feel foolish and deceived and manipulated? Nobody does. Nobody embraces such sobering beliefs as though it was some kind of cynical, fatalistic “gospel” which validates their bizarre yearning for some unnerving, dystopian perspective on the world. No, they simply were honest enough to take a long, hard look at the anomalous data, and let “Occam’s Razor” lead the way…

Wake Up Church in America! This is our “Dietrich Bonhoeffer Moment”…

Right now I am listening to an interview on Truth Frequency Radio with Roy Potter, an ex-military, ex-special ops, and a Christian, talking about Jade Helm and how it is absolutely a preparation for imposing martial law in the United States.

How many people have to come out and speak up about this before Christians in America (and not just Christians of course, but everyone!) will stop and take heed????

I suppose I am just venting a little frustration here, towards my own fellow Christian brothers and sisters, even ones who I enjoy interacting on their own blogs etc. There are good many who are “awake”, and fully aware of what is going on, but there are also many, many others who will more or less admit “yeah, we know what’s coming down the road”, but then really don’t want to open their eyes and look at what is taking place RIGHT NOW.

Why are the people who believe in what the Bible has to say about the creation of a One World Government so often the same people who are the hardest to even have a conversation about it with?

I don’t know… I suppose I am just feeling frustrated with some of the great fellow Christian bloggers I’ve come to know out there. Many of them of them are quite happy to have me comment about theological matters or socio/political issues, etc., but man… Don’t get too much into that “conspiracy stuff” or they just kind of close off. No! Is this stuff real, or isn’t it!? Is Jade Helm really what people are saying it is, or isn’t it? Was 9/11 a false flag, or wasn’t it? You can’t keep running and hiding from these questions friends. You can’t. No more than we can look back on Germany in the 30’s and say that it was all well and good for the German churches to stick their heads in the sand when everything was developing all around them.

I read Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s “Cost of Discipleship” many years ago, and boy did it shake me up. I know that Bonhoeffer is a controversial figure even within Christianity, and maybe not everyone is going to agree with every little detail of what he did or said. But the fact remains that to this day he is remembered as one who stood up amidst what he saw taking place around him, and he refused to be silent, and he eventually paid the ultimate price for his courage and faith.

We are not called to be afraid. But speaking out about the realities of the world in which we are living is not fear, but the very opposite. So many times we hear people accuse others of “fear-mongering” when they are only using common sense and critical thinking, and putting things together in a way which reveals how we are being steered towards a state of affairs which is opposed to everything that is of God.

Roy Potter’s Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/roypotterqa

My Apologies. Turns Out I’m Just A Stupid Victim of Russian Propaganda…

I have to admit it. I found the video below VERY upsetting. I know it really shouldn’t be at all shocking. I should be of course expecting this kind of asinine rhetoric coming from Washington by now. I should be getting used to it. But this just, argggg…. Actually listening to these buffoons denigrate people in this way, actually comparing “conspiracy bloggers” to ISIS, and then linking it all to RT, was just almost more than I could bear.

Thanks to “Tyler Durden” at Zerohedge for bringing this painful piece of Congressional idiocy to my attention.

But ok, I’ll lower myself to attempt to provide a coherent response to this blatant fear-mongering garbage.

Overall it is of course nothing but more of the same ploy that has been developing over the last year and a half or so. Around the time of the Sochi Winter Olympics, or not long before, the demonization of Russia noticeably exploded in Western media. (Remember stories of “roaming wild dogs” and improperly installed toilets and Putin’s “anti-gay” stance, etc.??) This was all going on around the same time which Russia was voicing strong opposition to a full-scale U.S.-led invasion/bombing of Syria, which was eventually followed by all the drama going on to this day in Crimea, including a “mysteriously” downed passenger jet, bla bla bla.

So this quasi-revamped-“Cold War” narrative gets started up, very much simultaneous to the whole “ISIS is trying to take over the world in the name of Islamic extremism” narrative (which is just the reboot of the same narrative acted out under the names “Al Qaeda” and “Boko Haram” etc. You have to re-brand your CIA-asset terrorist organizations every so often, after all…) Hollywood isn’t the only propaganda industry to remake the same corny movies over and over again

So now, these two narratives, the rebooted Cold War and the rebooted “War on Terror”, are being increasingly combined into one big, massive, over-arching narrative designed to simply alienate and demonize anyone who would dare question the impeccable truth-telling record of the White House or the Pentagon.

And hey, sorry to get all “crazy conspiratorial” once again, but I really am just having the hardest time swallowing the sludge of irony, when these kind of slander-them-into-silence tactics are being laid on so thick at the very same time that all these massive military drills and exercises, (which seem to be preparing for responding to a massive invasion, or massive civil unrest, or both) are being planned for the rest of the year, or already taking place, prompting people to compare it to allusions to the “Red Dawn Scenario”.

States in the “Jade Helm region”, such as California, are seeing national guardsmen marching through neighborhoods, while soldiers take turns practicing blocking traffic

Other drills such as CJOAX and CERTEX apparently involve things “active shooter drills” with MRAPS at a Middle School, or British paratroopers invading Fort Bragg(!?)

But don’t worry. Please return to your regularly scheduled program. Pay no attention to the men with military-grade hardware rehearsing the removal and detention of ordinary citizens. Stop listening to all that Russian propaganda which is telling you that is some ridiculous “conspiracy” behind everything…

Yes… That would be so nice. If this horrible B-movie would finally just end, and the credits936full-red-dawn-poster would roll, and I could just turn off the tube and go outside and play.

Unfortunately, my esteemed superiors conducting congressional hearings, it wasn’t RT or “Russian propaganda” which caused me to finally wake up from my catatonic state and realize that so much of what I had previously assumed to be true was made up of so many layers of pitiful, shameful lies.

I think it had much more to do with how they blew up those buildings in New York and then tried to blame it all on some guy hiding out in caves… 😉

THX: Sounds of Saturn…?

Screams coming from beyond “Saturn’s Gate”?  That was the thought which occurred to me as I was watching the video below…

The more I have watched videos from RSE, seeing him point out these same themes which show up in tv, movies, commercials etc., over and over and over again, the more I really do find myself starting to grasp this whole seemingly bizarre concept of Saturn-centric Luciferian eschatology. In the film Interstellar which I reviewed recently, it too contains the same connections between Saturn and a portal/wormhole. Not only is the first wormhole placed right next to Saturn, even the black hole on the other side of the galaxy, “Gargantua”, itself had a Saturn-shape to it, once again reflecting the same sorts of things that RSE is always talking about with Saturn being viewed by the Luciferians as both the mechanism of their own escape/rapture, and the gate through which the Fallen Ones will return to earth. It’s a two-way thing. I admit it has taken me a while to get to the point where I feel like I’m understanding how all these various symbologies work together and indeed all point to the same basic thing, the Luciferian “hope”, their version of Revelation, their anticipated “Resurrection”…

The oculus. The aperture. The gate. The cube. The eye. Again and again he shows these things working in conjunction with each other almost like symbolic talismans.

Something I found really interesting that he brings up in the video is some speculation regarding the possibility of “THX” being a way a different way of representing the “XIIX”, which is itself an alpha-numerical symbol for the “Saturn Gate” thing once again. Instantly I began to think of the movie itself “THX 1138”, which was a Coppola-funded remake of a student project Lucas did while in film school. My thoughts quickly recalled the scene at the end of the movie, where Robert Duvall’s character (his name being the number “THX 1138”) finally escapes from a drug-controlled, sexually-repressed dystopia controlled by robot policeman and an oppressive computerized messianic big-brother figure…

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It is definitely a rather bizarre coincidence, to think about “THX” being another rendering of XIIX, some kind of code for this idea of “escaping out” through some kind of portal/tunnel/oculus, and then remember that this is precisely how “THX” escapes the oppressiveness of a “dictatorial god” by climbing up through a shaft, a “portal”, into the sunshine. How perfectly Gnostic and Luciferian a depiction for sure.

But then, Lucas’s obsession with the letters THX continues on, findinggraffiti%20coupe%20111 it’s way onto the license plate of the yellow roadster in Lucas’s “American Graffiti”, and then finally of course as the name of the Lucasfilm branch-off company which was developed to assure sound quality during the making of Return of the Jedi.

Star Wars is itself a whole other subject in and of itself with what I believe is a whole host of Luciferian eschatological concepts, memes (a virgin-birthed “sorcerer” Jedi, whose bloodline contains a unique ability to connect with the “universal force”, but then because a type of temporary “false-antichrist” who then turns on the “evil Emperor” in order to finally return the galaxy back to a “golden age”…) but that’s probably best kept for another time!

Overall, I guess what I’m saying is that the more I listen to these things being pointed out, the more I find it making so much sense that behind all this symbolism of Saturn, the “cube”, the “Dark Star”, is BOTH this whole portal idea, a “shaft of light” going up and out, the “rapture for the Illumined” if you will, AND the concept of the pit, the Abyss, the box, the cube, the prison that they want to break open in order to unleash the Beings on the other side.

I find it pretty astonishing, overall, to think that not only does “Luciferian eschatology” very much exist, but in fact we’ve all been watching it, reading it, learning it, for most of our lives now, without even realizing it…
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Leonard Ulrich and Rob Skiba Discuss 9/11 and the War on Terror…

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Find the podcast here.

Fantastic, epic-length conversation between one of my favorite pairings, Skiba and Ulrich, starting with their own stories of waking up to 9/11 Truth and then tying it all into everything going on right now. If you have heard about this whole “9/11 Truth” thing but never actually looked into it yourself, or even if you have and are following current events with a deeper understanding of false flag events and Deep State shenanigans, this podcast episode is well worth your time.

Even Small Tails Can Wag Big Dogs: Lance Armstrong, The Media and Public Perception…

About a week ago I watched the documentary “Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story”, which obviouslycyclisttail chronicles the rise and fall of cyclist Lance Armstrong. I found it incredibly interesting, firstly because the Lance Armstrong saga was itself something that I honestly hadn’t followed that closely over the years, but only heard about through random appearances and news pieces and the overall Lance-worship that went on for a good many years. As I watched the film and started to put together the main figures involved and see how he was of course “doping” from the very beginning, and probably only stopped during his bout with cancer (cancer caused no less almost certainly because of the doping itself) I started to appreciate another layer of the whole thing, the way in which the Lance Armstrong tale really embodies such a perfect example of how easily the hearts and minds of the general public can be guided and manipulated.

Lance Armstrong was a living icon, about as close as humans these days can get to reaching full-on godhood. Far beyond just another “sports hero”, in the minds of so many around the world, he represented some kind of “archetype of the human spirit”, something to be inspired by whether you gave a rip about cycling or not.
He was a cancer survivor after all, and his creation of the “Lance Armstrong Foundation” cemented his status as not just a living sports legend but a full-on Philanthropist guru who attended elite Hollywood functions and did PSA’s with Presidents.

So on one level, it’s not hard to say that Lance’s fraud being hidden for so long isn’t hard to believe, when we step back and think about how much his “legacy” had become interwoven and synonymous with. “American pride” for starters, but then there was the reputation of professional cycling (which is no small industry itself, particularly in places like Europe), his copious endorsements and corporate sponsors like Nike and Oakley, as well as just the broader medical/pharmaceutical establishment, having such a heroic face to attach to the notion that “we are winning the war on cancer”, and all the donation money that was flowing in due to the rejuvenating life-blood that was Lance and his larger-than-life story…

On the other hand, in the “grand scheme of things”, the “monolith” that was Lance Armstrong was really small potatoes in comparison to so many other controversial topics and scandals going on today, where issues of so much greater importance have yet to see the light of day in the open public forum. After all, in the end a cyclist cheating in the Tour de France is hardly a matter of national security or massive corporate-level fraud, but that’s really my whole point. It took years and years for the truth about Armstrong to finally come out, for the few who had testified against him to be exonerated (even though, like a true coward, he would never actually go so far as to admit to the allegations of those such as Betsy Andreu, who heard him admit to taking a laundry list of banned substances while he laid in his hospital bed).

He was, overall, just an “average guy”, with no government connections, no massive financial backing and no political clout, at least to start with. He didn’t even have a college degree, and yet this guy, along with the team he rode with (who also “doped”) and a relatively small cadre of team doctors/managers/backers all “conspired” together to the point where eventually this man was virtually untouchable, due to the fact that he came to represent such a veritable cash cow of “inspirational value”.

So to someone such as myself, the story of Lance Armstrong is astonishingly indicative of just how willing the public can be to believe the thing that it so wants to believe. We don’t like watching our “heroes” fall. We don’t like having a little “paradigms” shattered. We don’t like feeling fooled, betrayed and duped, to be shown that the thing we were so long worshipping was not the divinely-bequeathed symbol of our own uber-humanity, but just another empty idol. If this can be demonstrated to such a staggering degree in an example as comparatively minor as that of Lance Armstrong, then no wonder so many people are so absolutely opposed to questioning things with far greater ramifications, whether they be the events of 9/11, or the “safety” of adjuvants in vaccines, or the broader global techno/financial/security net that is closing around us all, a little bit more each and every day…

“Tensions” between Obama and Netanyahu? Pure Theater…

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Ohmygosh! Obama waited sooooooooooo long to call and congragulate Nety’s win.

Oh my! Bibi had it coming though after prancing in before Congress “uninvited”.

Oh dear! A two-state solution isn’t very likely now that there is so much disagreement between the White House and Tel Aviv.

Ay caramba! now all the diplomacy with Iran is about go down the crapper, pushing everyone into WWIII.

I’m already bored of this tired script, after seeing the first time when it starred Obama vs. Putin. The Hegelian Dialectic has to be the most over-used plot device in all of Hollywood political history…