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22 thoughts on “Scary International Lies

  • November 24, 2007 at 3:36 pm
    I dought the powers that be give Deek much consideration at all. Credibility is the issue here. There is a sense that to rise to power requires intellect and also a concensus of opinion (All these people can’t be wrong). Deek on the other hand offers no solutions,only comedy and pessimism,and no matter how accurate will never reach serious people with the ability to affect change. I have had to face the same credibility issues in the Labor movement. As a lone truck driver I have stood up at union meetings,called the President of the Union a liar with the proof in my hand,only to have him respond with more lies and whose going to believe an uneducated truck driver to that of the President of the Union. I have always chosen my battles carefully,make sure I’m right and can prove it and have the backing of federal regulations. These things have kept me in the fight but where I am gaining ground is through making accurate predictions. The predictictions I made prior to our last contract have all come true giving me more credibility with each correct prediction. And yes I’ve told them about Bush before his first election,the economy,and all the other issues as well. Now when I speak they take me seriously and listen. Sometimes by making predictions loudly in the face of leaders in front of large numbers of people can actually change the course of events because for them to proceed would give my ideas more credibility. If things do not unfold as I pretict and I’m proven to be some kind of crackpot I can live with that, It is much better than the alternative (I hate it when I’m right). I have long since given up on people having the courage to act,now I’m betting they don’t have the courage not to act.
  • November 24, 2007 at 5:31 pm
    “… offers no solutions”

    except the implicit “final solution” – self-extinction of Homo stupidii

    what is solution for infinite growth in a finite environment?
    what is solution for 7 billion naked apes raping every niche of terra firma?
    what is solution for violence solves all problems, real or imagined (mostly ‘imagined’)?
    what is solution for “bellum omnium contra omnes”.
    what is solution for willful militant ignorance (aka evil)?
    what is solution for -ism – any/every -ism
    what is solution for tyranny, slavery, manipulation and oppression of the masses by TPTB.


    don’t be knocking someone who gives a fuck (and still able to scream, laugh and cry at the same time) if you think they have no solution(s) – especially if one is devoid of solutions oneself.

    One can’t create (build) a life by tearing down (criticizing) another.

  • November 24, 2007 at 5:57 pm
    Economists believe a carbon tax is the way to curb global warming. This would cause lower consumption and fund alternative energy. Democracy can force a return to the Constitution insuring your rights. Education can cure ignorance. Birth control can control over population. International power grids,mass transit,minimalism,abandoning capitolism,etc. The solutions are out there,but require we do our part. Hiding in a hole with food and guns will allways be plan B for me. If you talk the talk you’ve got to walk the walk and I do!
  • November 24, 2007 at 9:42 pm
    A carbon tax won’t help if we’ve already pushed the environment past the tipping point, which we probably have. And in any case, businesses will just consider it to be the price of doing business.

    Democracy is no more legitimate than any other system that arbitrarily subjugates one man to another. And few bases are less enlightened than simply comparing the numbers of people involved in a dispute and awarding the power to the group that’s greater in size — just a thin veneer over might-makes-right. Imagine if the court system worked like this! (Let’s see… three plaintiffs and two defendants. Guilty!)

    Education can cure ignorance, but our education system seems more geared to turning out good, loyal citizens than teaching people to think for themselves. In many schools, it’s actively discouraged!

    The population will still grow even with birth control, and no government wants a shrinking tax base. Look at the efforts of governments to boost the population in the few countries where it’s actually declining.

    I agree you’ve gotta walk the walk, but I’m not sure what that means in the context of your post.

  • November 24, 2007 at 11:07 pm
    The scariest lie of all is that we are powerless to do anything. If we believe this we are all ready defeated. It will certainly take more effort than whats been demonstrated thus far. Survival will take a strenght of WILL that too many have already lost. Every day that passes they get stronger and more organized. Every day more people are indoctrinated to accept the coming police state. The fight is just begining to escalate and I look on those who do nothing as dead weight to carry. If you don’t have what it takes now you won’t have it when things get worse. Simply put “If you’re not part of the solution you’re part of the problem”
  • November 25, 2007 at 5:02 am
    BTW, I did not state “ignorance”. I said “willful militant ignorance”. IMO there is a HUGE difference. The former is correctable, the later NOT.

    I could go on and on – point by point – well into next year, but why bother?

    There are none so blind as those who refuse to see.

  • November 25, 2007 at 5:41 am
    How about a “solution” for mass extinctions – for even one of the millions of decimated species?
    The web of life has been (knowingly and intentionally) shredded by hormonally out-of-control greed-apes. Ecosystems are what sustain life on the good earth (not the oxidation of hydrocarbons). Systems are systems. Humans are gravel in the gear box (transmission of life). PERIOD.
    NAD, “All the kings horses and all the kings men” couldn’t knit that web back together again – even if they fucking wanted to, knew how, and collectively acted responsibly in accord with reality (none of which is true).

    No web, no way. Kiss your puckered ass goodbye.

    “The sole basis of optimism is sheer terror” ~ Oscar Wilde

  • November 25, 2007 at 7:15 am
    No matter how bad things are or how bad they get they can always get worse.
  • November 25, 2007 at 11:31 am
    I had to laugh at the end of this this.

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  • November 25, 2007 at 1:32 pm
    Kali: yeah, well … I surely ain’t no cute cuddly Mr. Rogers but my brand new puppy sure does luv this crusty cynical curmudgeon.

    In fact, the internet is not a (my) friend – it’s a tool. This ain’t Sesame Street and I’m no Bozo.
    I do have a few long-time friends who hunt and scavenge together online but in almost 10 years I’ve only ‘made’ one friend via this cyber fairy-tale, which just happens to be St. Deek of the Huge Testiclement.

    BTW, wolves don’t actually have friends. They have pack members. All else being merely food for the taking (kill). Lonewolves are both Alpha and Omega yet will bond with others of their kind when the moon is full or the wind howls just right.

    BTW, NN7 is brand new this week and still in early development. Anyone can join in and post video or other content. Deek has the final say as to what stays up on his site(s) and what goes in the trash. Oh, and Deek’s other sites are, and obviously fknnewz.

  • November 25, 2007 at 1:54 pm
    The initial point I tried to make is that the purpose of their lies can be defeated through predicting their intensions and exposing their lies prior to an event. If enough people predict a false flag event prior to next election Bush will Know it won’t fool anybody, thereby preventing it. If we expose facts like the retrofiting of B-2 Stealth Bombers to invade Iran,the connections between the U.S. giving nuclear technology to Pakistan and they inturn selling it to Iran and our supporting groups on our own terrorist watch lists to operate in and destabilize Iran,Maybe we can prevent war with Iran. Liars run and hide from the truth. It is our most power weapon and we must learn to use it as effectively as they use lies.
  • November 25, 2007 at 7:56 pm

    I personally have serious doubts that anything can be changed by public exposure anymore. There are several reason I hold this view:

    a) public exposure informs and educates, but only to those that listen (a minority);

    b) of this minority, fewer still will actually do something with the information they’ve learned;

    c) of this subset, even fewer still will do anything effective with what they’ve learned.

    Examples would be child-slave labor practices by WalMart. How many are aware? Of that group, how many are doing anything effective? Most keep shopping at Wallys, turning a blind eye to the “truth” that they’ve absorbed.

    Those few that stop shopping haven’t changed anything and never will. Walmart in this example, will never know or miss them.

    We could even expose the truth behind 9/11 to 100,000,000 Americans, but the reality is, it won’t change anything. Liars such as Bush and Cheney do hide from truth, but they’ve yet to run away, they just enact a new bombing campaign or spin more rhetoric which is picked up by the lamestream media and regurgitated over and over.

    Truth is not “power”. Not anymore. Power caters to power. Power recognizes power. Disgruntled, unhappy consumers are not powerful (enough) to make a difference in anything of significance. They can only influence those who are “influencible”, such as small businesses that don’t have the deep pockets to deal with a lack of consumer confidence or something similiar.

    But they cannot effect real change in huge multi-nationals on the scale and timelines that are needed. This is a lie that we are all supposed to believe, ie., our “voice” counts.

    No it doesn’t. It doesn’t count at all.

    Precisely because this is a democracy, it does not count. We are forced through practice, tradition, belief systems and actual enforcement (laws) to seek to enact change “democratically”. Yet those who are responsible are not democratic and care not for who makes the laws or what their customer / consumer base is saying. They remain relatively unaffected by our discontent and always will.

    I believe that the democratic paradigm is deeply flawed. This only works in manageable, representative societies, which we certainly do not have today.

    The double-standards and variable application of “laws”, “rights”, “responsibilities” and “accountability” is the reason why our voice in a democratic society does not work anymore. Power caters to power and only recognizes power, none of which the people have and none of which the people will ever have either (and essay I’m slowly working on).

    The divide and conquer among the disenfranchised is too easily manipulated to create the single, unified voice of change required, which degenerates into a bickering, seething, disorganized mass of aimless discontent.

    Moreover, the double standards applied nullify every effort we could possibly make even if we were unified.

    The reality is if we are brutally honest with ourselves is we are changing nothing that isn’t already decided for us. This is a fact, not conjecture or wishful thinking, and it will not make any difference at all if 100,000,000 million voices “demand” change.

    We only effectively demand what we change in ourselves and few will do that, meaning we are divided, disorganized and not unified.

    There is and always has been only one solution to this problem.

    a) we cannot play by the rules applied to us but not applied to them;

    b) we cannot assume any longer the “consensus” or ground swell is necessary, needed or even desirable;

    c) we cannot “part time” our discontent and go back to supporting what we have come to despise (such as going shopping at Wally’s again or voting again or supporting again in any way, shape or form what we are trying to change);

    d) we cannot wait for a better opportunity, it’s already here, the time is now before it too late or later then it already is with is terrible side effects and long term ramifications;

    e) we cannot remain “in” the system we’re trying to change, because by doing so, we remain constrained, powerless and still supportive;

    f) we cannot seek “reform” to what is irrevocably broken and flawed. We must destroy it altogether.

    Truth is NOT POWER and never was. Truth is not power because the world has been built on lies, operates on lies and practices and supports lies. This is the real reality we all live under.

    Truth is despised, rejected, distorted and maligned. Those that seek truth, practice truth and live truth are sought out and killed (eventually) because Power hates truth. But Power is not harmed nor hurt by truth. Only when Truth becomes Powerful (force of will) does Power become seriously threatened or destabilized. And it only takes One to become Powerful.

    But until that time, Power disdains truth and has little regard for it.

    The riddle is easy when you come to understand it. You are powerless in truth because you refuse to do anything with the truth you have. Power fails to recognize your truth for this reason.

    Truth by itself changes nothing. Only truth that has become powerful by a force of will can change anything.  And very, very few will actually choose this path because it is irrevocably difficult, lonely and hard.

  • November 25, 2007 at 9:35 pm
    My experience agree’s with every thing you have said,but to a lesser degree.There are other problems as well. One being that no matter how bad something is the alternative is often considered worse. Example: Impeach Bush and Cheney becomes President. The issue of credibilty comes into play as well. Face it most people will believe the 6 oclock news before anything the read on the internet. Also the experience I relate is dealing with groups from 50 to 5000. I’m not sure how things would work on a national scale. On issues that involve the law have been easier to win because they don’t require a majority,but those who do step up are putting a lot more on the line. Surprizing to me is that it is easier to find a few willing to put it all on the line than it is to get a majority to do as little as vote or sign a petition. Still it is not that I think people will all of a sudden rise up as much as I believe that the Elites fear this happening. Why else would they put so much effort into decieving us. There are no silver bullets,no guaranteed victory,just a long shot that might work. You’re last paragragh is dead on!
  • November 25, 2007 at 10:27 pm
    To Lone Wolf: I apologize for critizing Deek. I have since explored his site further and found it to have a lot of serious content.
  • November 26, 2007 at 5:46 am
    No Lonewolf I’m sure your no cute cuddly puppy, but you do care. It is imposable to maintain the asinine lightheartedness that ignorance allows the consumers of the entertainment, news, infomercial, propaganda set to enjoy so easily. I think the irony is that although all here are preparing themselves in an act of self preservation, it is precisely these people that will be in a position to help others when the time calls and, I suspect that most of these same self aware and resilient people such as yourself will carefully and thoughtfully do precisely that. Grumbling all the while their at it I’m sure:)
  • November 26, 2007 at 5:44 pm
    I have been out of touch for a week, having finally found someone that needs no education about what is coming,who also wants help preparing on his land. I now see how easy it is for the masses to be totally ignorant. It amazes me after just one week how much has changed and how nothing is really different.
    So many still think there is something that can be done to prevent or change that which is already here.
    I must applaud Lonewolf because he never wavers. He never doubts, and he knows that education, exposing the bastards, and all the other ‘fixes’ are all too late.
    I am really going to miss reading this blog. Admin, I wrote a while back that you will be spoken of with reverence by all those you informed and saved. I am one of those and nothing I say can truly express my gratitude. I am implementing plan A, which is get the hell out of dodge. I hope to check in every so often but I know it is not really necessary because IT is here, so I am going there. Good luck to everyone and I strongly recommend getting the food and survival products that are ‘still’ available through this blog.
    I hope the next time I check in admin is still here and has not be hauled off based on the latest governmental laws (traps).
    Good luck to ALL. I hope to live long enough to be a crusty curmudgen now that I am educated about the deal.
  • November 26, 2007 at 6:39 pm

    Good luck to you. I’m sure we’ll see a lot more activity like this is the days ahead. Once caller today told me that Alex Jones was “in near panic” on his latest broadcast, although I don’t know why. I’ve been without Internet for nearly 36 hours now and can’t stay abreast of what is happening.

    Thank you for your kind words, I hope all goes well for you.

  • November 27, 2007 at 8:05 am
    Damn! I think that is the highest compliment I’ve ever received online. What a concept (change). Not sure what I did to deserve such an accolade – nor what I could have done/said any different. All I did is piss into the wind and howl at the abyss.

    [Whose not afraid of the Big Bad Wolf, the Big Bad Wolf. Whose not afraid of the Big Bad Wolf – Fa – lala – la-la -lala. … ]

    Happy Trails, TaoandZen. Walk lightly, eyes sharp, ears too, nose to the ground. Don’t let the bastards consume your spirit.
    You are your intention(s) in action. See the truth. Be the truth.

  • November 27, 2007 at 2:20 pm
    I don’t understand how so many can see civilization as being so weak,so fragile that it’s going to collapse any day and not see their own power to influence the outcome. You see their strenghts and your weakness. To win we will have to see our strenghts and attack their weakness. I don’t win every time,but I allways try,if you don’t you allways loose. I’ve heard all the excuses before and know what is behind it,it is but a vein attempt to hold on to what passes for dignity and honor in this country. I’ve seen people take stands before and win,as long as you’re breathing it is not hopeless. I’m new to cyberspace but am rapidly seeing it for what it is. Whitty remarks cannot hide the truth and when you come face to face with reality you will be found lacking. You will be trampled on from both sides. Neither side will fear or respect you. Look to conflicts around the world,this will reveal your fate. To quote an Iraq Insurgent “We serve GOD.there are but two outcomes,Victory or Martyrdom”. How will your educated philosophies stack up against one who does not fear death.

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