Guest Column: The Global Economic ‘Reset’

Ultimate end goal of globalists: a single IMF world currency, end to US republic
Excerpt from Brandon Smith column here

IBrandon_Global_IMF_Chessn my last article, I outlined the deliberately engineered trend toward the forced “harmonization” of national economies and monetary policies, as well as the ultimate end goal of globalists: a single world currency system controlled by the International Monetary Fund and, by extension, global governance, which internationalists sometimes refer to in their more honest public moments as the “new world order.”

The schematic for the new world order, according to the admissions of the internationalists, cannot possibly include the continued existence of U.S. geopolitical and economic dominance. The plan, in fact, requires the destabilization and reformation of America into a shell of its former glory. The most important element of this plan demands the removal of the U.S. dollar as the de facto world reserve currency, a change that would devastate our current financial structure. Continue reading

Guest Column: Fly Behind Closed Doors

Excerpt from Foster Gamble’s July 11, 2015, column in Thrive
Full column here

I heard someone yelling and turned to the stage where an ancient-looking, paunchy, white man with red-rimmed eyes and a snarl was scolding the participants.

“I don’t know how many times I have to repeat it. We can’t control this many people. We have to get rid of most of the useless eaters and it’s not happening fast enough. You each have power and responsibility in this, so what the hell have you been doing this last year?”

A CEO from a chemical company stood to defend himself, saying, “We control over 80% of what they eat already, and we have laced it with GMOs, hormones, aspartame, and pesticides. Our MSG combines elegantly with all the High Fructose Corn Syrup they consume to create cancers and heart disease and diabetes at an unprecedented rate.” Continue reading

Brian’s Column: “Project Toto”

Leveraging the A911T Truth-Letter campaign toward a Billion+ Points of Light

toto2This column is a condensation of a two-sided sheet prospectus and recruitment tool that I composed after coming up with a key idea for implementing the project phase of my After 9/11 Truth book of action. [The sheet may be accessed here: after911truth.org/Toto.doc.]

In mid-April 2015 I realized a magnificent promotional enhancement to my A911T ‘Truth-Letter Closure (TLC)’ campaign—which sends coordinated appeal messages, one-by-one, to targeted ‘Respected Deniers’ (RDs) from a participant’s address book. I changed the name of the campaign to Project Toto (after Dorothy’s little dog that pulls back the curtain on the Wizard of Oz), then generalized the effort to all ‘truth and justice’ causes.

[Note: I now have a Gofundme page for Project Toto here. Mini-donations very welcome.]

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Brian’s Column: Liberty or Death?

While working on my Good Neighbor Libertarian presentation …

Henry… for the Liberty in Action seminar put on by the Libertarian Party of Michigan this coming Saturday, I came upon the need for that key phrase at the end of Patrick Henry’s rousing speech on the floor of the Second Virginia Convention, in Richmond, Virginia, on a bright spring day on the eve of Revolution:

“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?”

Is it? And I was thinking of it in connection with how many, if not most, Libertarians and citizens seem to entertain the comforting delusion that we haven’t crossed the line into full-spectrum federal tyranny (with state and local government abdication). Well, we have, and it’s a useful stirring of the blood to read Mr. Henry’s words—substituting ‘globalists’ or ‘US predatory government’ or ‘Pod Lizards’ for the ‘British imperial forces.’

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Guest Column: Ebola: 100 people from Beverly Hills starving…

Do you think all bizarre human symptoms must be caused by a germ?
by Jon Rappoport

Full column in nomorefakenews.com here.

Absurd. Insane.

Ever heard of Scurvy? It’s basically a drastic Vitamin C deficiency.

Read this, from the Journal of Applied Nutrition, Volume 15, 1962, “Have We Forgotten the Lesson of Scurvy?” by WJ McCormick, MD (reprinted at selene river press):

“From the 14th to the 19th century, scurvy took the lives of millions annually in Europe and Asia. From 1600 to 1800, it is estimated that fully a million English sailors succumbed to this disease. In the early history of these pandemics the designations “Plague” and “Black Death” were used…the characteristic symptoms: multiple hemorrhages under the skin (red, purple and black spots and hematoma) and [hemorrhages] from all mucous membranes—gastrointestinal, pulmonary and genitourinary…” Continue reading

Brian’s Column: Leaving the Sandbox Ch. 5

Raising the Torch
New Picture (22)As Libertarians we stand for something. The organization becomes informed on all major issues of the day, testifies, resolves, and educates. We never shut up!

Back in the old days of the LP of Michigan, we may not have been successful in the general candidate-running business, but at our central committee meetings we always made a point of issuing a resolution about some public issue or affair and getting it to the media. Such as:

  • “We oppose the recent sales tax increase as a violation of fundamental property rights; taxation is theft, all government funding needs to be voluntary.”
  • “A draft registration system amounts to slavery of young men for the (often nefarious and covert) military purposes of the Leviathan State; end the recently imposed federal draft registration system now.”

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Brian’s Column: Shakabuku 9-1-1

Shakabuku 9-1-1
A Truth Paradigm… “if you can keep it”
by Brian Wright

FlowThis is a complementary column to my piece roughly a month ago about how we can leverage the recent imminence of nuclear holocaust [following the White House proposed attack on Syria for—of all black kettle things—war crimes. :) ] That previous column was entitled, “New Paradigm Rising… over the 900# gorilla,” and it was a good one. Nineteen Likes grace its Facebook icon. But far too analytical and long for the average Internet user to take time for. Consequently, I decided to create a new form of column or article: I call it a syllograph. Continue reading