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Obama Deception and Dystopia 
Thursday, May 28, 2009, 11:17 PM - Elections, Foreign Policy, Globalism, Opinion, Policy
Posted by Administrator
Many of the things I have seen from the start of the Obama presidency have seemed ripped right from the pages of my favorite novel, George Orwell's 1984. Propaganda stunts, the permission of torture and extended detention without charges, government control of the economy, and talk of national health care. It is total fascism, and the media and much of the general public are in full support.

Andrew Hughes has written a fantastic description of Obama's performance so far, entitled "America's Nightmare: The Obama Dystopia: Manipulation, propaganda, imagery & PR wizardry." Here is an excerpt:
The President that extended the hand of peace to the Muslim world has murdered hundreds of Pakistani men, women and children. The President who promised accountability in Government has filled his staff with lobbyists, banksters and warmongers. His Attorney General refuses to prosecute some of the worst war crimes committed in modern history and continues to give legal cover to criminals who tortured with impunity.

The country has been further bankrupted by the continuing theft of taxpayer money as the Wall St. campaign donors receive their quid pro quo. Obama has stood by idly as Bernancke states that the private Federal Reserve is not answerable to either Congress of the American public. The U.S. taxpayer is now on the hook for $14.3 Trillion and rising. Foreclosures and unemployment are rising with no meaningful efforts by the administration to alleviate the symptoms, never mind the cause. The new image of America is one of tent cities, lengthening soup kitchen lines, sherrifs evicting countless thousands of young and old from their homes, once prosperous towns descending in to an eerie stillness and an increasingly disillusioned populace.

The "War on terrorism" has mutated in to a control grid for an increasingly aware population. The foundation for this had already been put in place by Bush with the Patriot Act, Patriot Act 2, Military commissions act and numerous executive orders that strangled what was left of Posse Comitatus and the Constitution. (more here)

I have been reporting on the dangerous and unconstitutional policies of Barack Obama since early in his campaign for the Democratic nomination. I was intrigued when I first heard of this legendary young face in the Senate who was supposedly anti-war and pro-civil liberties. When I read his speech to the Council on Foreign Relations in August 2007, I knew exactly where he stood. He promoted American Imperialism and full support of the Israeli government in Middle East policy. He also used rhetoric suggestive of the CFR's documented efforts to build a North American Union, merging the U.S., Mexico, and Canada through a ridiculous infrastructure project and secretive policy-making.

Just after the New Hampshire primary, historian and left-wing political analyst Webster G. Tarpley wrote a piece about elitist puppeteer Zbigniew Brzezinski's influence on Obama and his role in the campaign. He talked about how Brzezinski initiated coups in Eastern European countries with the same campaign strategy he was using to push Obama on the American people. Tarpley saw in Obama's rise the resemblence of a young Mussolini. His concerns appear to have been correct. The propaganda campaign was successful, and since taking office in January, Obama's policies have been purely fascist.

Tarpley is featured in a new documentary, The Obama Deception, which is currently the number one film on the internet. The film covers Obama's connections to elitists who meet in shadowy policy meetings with the worlds top corporate and political leaders, and of course those nasty bankers who have been robbing our country increasingly over the last century. It also discusses Obama's rise to power and what we can expect to see from the first year of his administration. Below you can view the film on Youtube, or I have made a higher quality download available through my site that you can save by clicking here.


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Advisors to presidential front-runners held secret meeting 
Friday, February 8, 2008, 12:10 AM - Globalism, News
Posted by Administrator
In April of 2007, James P. Tucker Jr. reported in American Free Press that the Trilateral Commission held a secret meeting in Brussels.

The primary details leaked from this meeting regarded pressure on the United States to "adopt a carbon monoxide control policy," developing and increasing carbon taxes on products such as gasoline. They also discussed the development of the European Union and North American Union.

In addition to Trilateral chairman Peter Sutherland and former CIA head John Deutch, the list of attendees to this meeting is striking. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) attended in violation of the Logan Act of 1799, which states,

Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.


Even more interesting are the following three names: Madeleine Albright, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Richard Armitage. These three figures happen to be the foreign policy advisors to the three remaining "front-runners" in the 2008 presidential race.

According to the Washington Post, "Madeleine K. Albright, President [Bill] Clinton’s secretary of state and now chairperson of the National Democratic Institute," is Hillary Clinton's "foreign policy adviser."

"Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter’s national security adviser and now a Center for Strategic and International Studies counselor and trustee and frequent guest on PBS’s NewsHour with Jim Lehrer," is Barack Obama's "foreign policy adviser."

And "Richard Lee Armitage, President George W. Bush’s deputy secretary of state and an international business consultant and lobbyist," is John McCain's "informal foreign policy adviser."

It seems that Ron Paul (R-TX), Mike Huckabee (R-AR) and Mike Gravel (D-AL) are the only candidates who weren't represented at the secret meeting less than a year ago. It also happens that these three candidates get the least media attention of the six total.

Jim Tucker pointed out in his article revealing the secret meeting that The Washington Post "is always represented at TC and Bilderberg meetings." They even called for the very tax increase discussed there in an editorial the next day. My research concurs; Donald E. Graham, Chairman and CEO of The Washington Post Company attended Bilderberg in 2007.

The Washington Post is also the only major media publication that I have seen report on who is advising the presidential candidates. In that report, "The War Over the Wonks", the Post lists advisors to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Jonathan Edwards, Rudolf Giuliani, Mitt Romney and John McCain. Paul, Huckabee and Gravel are left out.

Edwards, Giuliani and Romney -- the other establishment candidates significant enough to warrant the Post's attention -- have seceded the presidential race to their Trilateral Commission opponents. Paul, Huckabee and Gravel will continue to be ignored, while the Trilateral Commission determines which of their three puppets will be the "leader of the free world."

Submitted by Douglass.
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Barack Obama's globalist, neoconservative foreign policy 
Friday, August 3, 2007, 01:46 AM - Elections, Foreign Policy, Globalism, News, Opinion
Posted by Administrator
It's official. Barack Obama has declared his globalist candidacy.

Obama has offered his views on foreign policy to the journal Foreign Affairs, published by none other than the Council on Foreign Relations. In doing so, he has pledged his allegiance not to the United States of America, but to the New World Order.

The August Review writes,

Prior to the founding of the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was the most significant body of global-minded elitists in the United States. As far back as 1959, the CFR was explicit about a need for world government.


This is the organization that published "Building a North American Community", the document notorious for announcing the establishment of a North American Union. The CFR's agenda is the elimination of America's borders, sovereignty and democracy. If they have their way, there will be one world government. No more U.S. Constitution. Global fascism.

To be President of the United States, one must be a member or at least have the approval of the CFR and/or it's "twin" or extension the Trilateral Commission. Presidents Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and Vice Presidents George H. W. Bush and Dick Cheney were all members of the Trilateral Commission. President George W. Bush carried out the CFR's "North American Community" plan through the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Senator Obama intends to advance their agenda as well if he is elected to the Presidency.

"After thousands of lives lost and billions of dollars spent [by the Bush administration]," Obama writes, "many Americans may be tempted to turn inward and cede our leadership in world affairs. But this is a mistake we must not make. America cannot meet the threats of this century alone, and the world cannot meet them without America."

He puts it more clearly, "the security and well-being of each and every American depend on the security and well-being of those who live beyond our borders." This is the very idea that led us into Iraq, fighting the "War on Terror" over there, so that we don't have to fight it here. How has that policy worked out? We have created more terrorism and killed hundreds of thousands by invading Iraq. We have killed more civilians than terrorists in our operations in Afghanistan (Obama wants "to remove the limitations placed by some NATO allies on their forces").

For "America to lead the effort to build the road to a lasting peace [in the Middle East]," Obama writes, "Our starting point must always be a clear and strong commitment to the security of Israel, our strongest ally in the region and its only established democracy." Obama wants to continue arming Israel, as a means of reaching peace in the Middle East. His plan for peace is to arm the country in the region which has the most aggressive foreign policy.

Of course, Obama intends for America to have an aggressive foreign policy as well. "88 percent of the National Guard is not ready to deploy overseas," he complains, clarifying that our defense, our "national guard" will operate through operations abroad. Our National Guard working abroad under the Bush administration has certainly not been good for America. Catastrophe's on the homeland which equal and perhaps surpass those caused by terrorism, such as Hurricane Katrina and the recent bridge collapse in Minnesota, could certainly have been handled better with more National Guard present. 88 percent of our National Guard do not need to be "ready to deploy overseas," they need to be here, protecting our borders and responding to emergencies.

On the issue of nuclear non-proliferation, Obama calls on "George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn," globalist neoconservatives who were the leading foreign policy influences on the Bush administration.

"Our diplomacy should aim to raise the cost for Iran of continuing its nuclear program by applying tougher sanctions and increasing pressure from its key trading partners," he says. He aims to "show Iran -- and especially the Iranian people -- what could be gained from fundamental change: economic engagement, security assurances, and diplomatic relations." Sanctions certainly did nothing to engage the economy or assure security and diplomatic relations in Iraq. Certainly they will not do the same for Iran.

His concern that "It is far too dangerous to have nuclear weapons in the hands of a radical theocracy," neglects the fact that Imam Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979, condemned weapons of mass destruction and specifically nuclear weapons:

If they continue to make huge atomic weapons and so forth, the world may be pushed into destruction and the major loss will afflict the nations. Everybody, where he is, the writers, intellectuals and scholars and scientists throughout the world should enlighten the people of this danger, so that the masses of people will standup vis-à-vis these two powers themselves and prevent the proliferation of these arms.


Nuclear weapons are considered prohibited and against the Islamic Law. As this blog has previously demonstrated, Iran is in compliance with the NPT, while the U.S. and Obama's good friend Israel violate it in many ways.

Obama's intention "to rebuild the alliances, partnerships, and institutions necessary to confront common threats and enhance common security" sounds right out of the CFR's own documents encouraging globalization. These are the alleged goals of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, which we could expect Obama to uphold in his administration.

Obama certainly intends to invest great resources into foreign "nation-building." he hopes to "build accountable institutions that deliver services and opportunity: strong legislatures, independent judiciaries, honest police forces, free presses, vibrant civil societies."

Senator Obama, how do we "spur development in poor countries" when employment and wages are in decline in our our country? How is your policy of using the military, National Guard, and other resources abroad any different than President Bush's?

Barack Obama's foreign policy is in tune with President Bush's. He will build up trade agreements, international authorities, the U.S. military, and foreign aid in a manner costly to American taxpayers and neglecting the core of America's foreign policy problem, the fact that other nations disrespect our imperialism.

Obama demonstrated his allegiance to the globalists by writing his piece for the CFR's Foreign Affairs. He declared in the essay his commitment to maintain the neoconservative foreign policy of the Bush administration. A candidate such as Obama is not sufficient to restore America's internation reputation, security, and domestic welfare. Few candidates are. The next President of the United States must strictly reverse the policies of the Bush administration, the neoconservatives and the Council on Foreign Relations. Barack Obama will not be that president.

Submitted by Douglass.
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Senator Lugar on American Sovereignty 
Saturday, June 23, 2007, 11:45 PM - Globalism, Policy
Posted by Administrator
Earlier this month, I contacted Senator Richard Lugar regarding the Bilderberg Conference taking place at the time.

Like many other U.S. citizens I worry about the anti-democratic nature of these conferences where a selection of the most powerful politicians, business men and media chiefs from Europe and North America gather to shape international policy for the West. I believe the people have a right to know more about these secretive conferences.


I urged Senator Lugar to read the work of investigative journalists on the Bilderberg group. I asked him to "investigate the involvement of U.S. public officials at these and other secretive meetings of similar nature." This type of activity is a threat to our national sovereignty and the our constitutional rights.

Senator Lugar responded to my concerns:

While freedom of association is a principle enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, I oppose any form of a one world government and will continue to oppose all threats to U.S. sovereignty and attempts to subvert the U.S. Constitution and the rights of the American people. America will not become subservient to the United Nations or to any global government. I adamantly believe that U.S. sovereignty should not be subverted and will vigorously oppose any attempt to undermine, subvert, or diminish the Constitution or the individual rights contained in it.


I interpret that his response demonstrates concern and opposition to groups like Bilderberg. While it does not appear we will be seeing an investigation into these activities, statements such as this mean a lot from a senior member of the Senate. This is a step in the right direction.

Submitted by Douglass.

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