Feb 132013

No matter what you think about the Christopher Dorner case, this video / audio clip should be listened to:


1:00 “we’re going to go forward with the plan with the burn”

1:14 “like we talked about”

1:27: “burners deployed, we have a fire”

“copy 7, burners deployed, we have a fire”

RPG round?

2:27 “Guys be ready on the #4 side, we have a fire out front, might come out the back”

Eliminating any possible chance for further publicity and exposure, the “burn” most likely destroyed Dorner and other additional evidence he might have had.

We’ll have to wait and see if this will be “spun” by the media into being “necessary” and “essential for safety” or “accidental” or whatever.  Clearly it was intentional.

There are already many Americans who think this was necessary.  They’re willing to trash the rights of anyone who has become targetted or deemed “guilty” without a trial. This is a very bad sign for America, because it means that we not only have no rule of law, but that the People do not want the rule of law either.

For the record, this is the same tactic used on Osama Bin Laden, the alleged “mastermind” of 9/11.  He was “convicted” without trial. No evidence of his guilt or crime has ever been shown. He was not even on the FBI most wanted list (ever).

It was the same tactic used on David Koresh and 73 others.  Koresh could have easily been arrested on his weekly trips into town, but the tactics chosen were to assault the compound where many other innocent people lived, including dozens of children.  All died.

While we are all rightly concerned about NDAA and the so-called “authority” to assassinate Americans taken by the President, the practice of assassinating Americans has already been well underway for many years.  It is always claimed as “justified”.  All they’re doing now is trying to legitimize it and implant this practice into the minds of Americans as being “ok”.

Millions of Americans ARE ok with this. It’s one of the reason I’ve stopped writing. America is being overtaken by people who are dangerously deluded, abandoning all notions of law, restrictions, common sense and the need to adhere to our Constitutional rights.  They’d rather just let the government and it’s agents handle all of that. Whatever they say, goes.  And if it means assassinating trouble-makers, so be it.

I’m making no apologies for Dorner. I’m pointing out that murder is murder, and even murderers are supposed to get their day in court.  Law enforcement does not have the right to commit murder, period.  There is no discussion about this.

For all of you that think this is “ok”, God help you. One day it will be your turn as you stare down the barrel of your judge, jury and executioner who has taken it upon his or herself to arbitrarily decide if you should live or die.  That is EXACTLY what is at the heart of these crimes.

Abdicating the rule of law, the requirement of evidence and the day in court is a terrifying precedent, already long established.  The NDAA is just icing on the cake.

Burned cabin

Feb 052013

Right now, there is a war raging all around you. It may not be apparent, but it is there. In between the multitude of distraction and banalities that occupy the modern day, war is being waged on a multitude of fronts in a multitude of ways.

This is “total warfare”. The size and scale of this total warfare is of such magnitude that it boggles the mind and has encompassed your entire life. Breaking it down makes it easier to comprehend and understand the scale and scope of how this war is now being engaged in.

Our collective failure to identify what “war” actually is can only be blamed on us. We have plenty of examples to choose from.

First the dictionary definition of war from Merriam-Webster:

(1) : a state of usually open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations
(2) : a period of such armed conflict
(3) : state of war
b : the art or science of warfarec (1) obsolete : weapons and equipment for war (2) archaic : soldiers armed and equipped for war
2 – a : a state of hostility, conflict, or antagonism

b : a struggle or competition between opposing forces or for a particular end <a class war> <a war against disease>

All of these definitions apply.  Armed conflict, the art and science of warfare, soldiers equipped for war, a state of hostility and antagonism, and the struggle of opposing forces for a particular end.  Each and every one of this definitions apply to these many battles on many fronts being waged all around us.

This war can be briefly defined as ALL of the following:

The war against life;
The war against the planetary environment;
The war against indigenous people;
The war against States rights;
The war against individual Rights;
There war against the food you eat;
The war against health care;
The war against individual freedom;
The war against religion;
The war against sovereign nations;
The war against citizens;
The war against the future.

There are many, many more wars that exist, each actively underway and just as deadly. The above represents only a tiny slice of the total sum of war now underway against humanity.

A vast array of legislation, weaponry, science, technology, sociology, psychology and armies of paid “soldiers” (employees) both public and private are utilized, actively engaged in battles every single day, and with the aim of advancing specific agendas, taking hostages, and creating countless victims now numbering in the millions.  It is almost entirely a one-sided war, with the victors having little to no effective opposition and taking themselves almost no casualties, yet leaving behind millions of affected, afflicted, deprived, abused or dead. The injustice of it all is truly staggering and represents some of  the greatest crimes in all of human history. Continue reading »

Feb 032013

An important video:

There can be no doubt whatsoever what this sort of devastation will lead to.

Must read: Crude Behavior: The Tarnished Legacy of the Tar Sands Industry

In the Great Plains, TransCanada (of Keystone XL infamy) has mounted a widespread misinformation assault, threatening lawsuits when farmers refuse to sign over their land to the company. In Texas, landowners and journalists have been threatened with arrest for “trespassing” as TransCanada bulldozes its way to the Gulf coast.

Destroying our homes and our future - Keystone Pipeline

The failure to put this into the proper context and understanding is unforgivable. It’s a war – against you, your family, your future. You’re not expected to fight back.