Our country is no longer controlled by, and for, We the People, but instead by, and on behalf of, international banking and multinational corporate interests. While the gradual, almost imperceptible takeover of our government by this corporate fascism has been evolving by design for many decades, it is a coup d'etat nonetheless and has been disastrous for the vast majority of Americans. This blog is an exploration and discussion of how this occurred, and the damage it has done to our democratic processes.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Lee Camp: It's Not Your Fault

No, Really, It's Not...

Really. Watch last Friday's episode of Redacted Tonight -- specifically Lee Camp's opening monologue. If you're struggling, it's not your fault. Just remember this. And remember whose fault it is. This economic "malaise" we're living through didn't just happen. It has real underpinnings. Just keep this in mind and never forget. Know thy enemy, because all kidding aside, they know you. And they're going to continue the assault against you until you stand up and let them know that you know, and that you're not going to take it anymore.  

Don't allow yourself to be distracted. Distraction is the enemy's modus operandi. They've used it time and time again, and they'll continue using it against you. Don't let it influence you. How? Keep informed and seek-out non-mainstream media sources for what's going on both here and around the world. Otherwise, you've taken the blue pill.   

Stop living in ignorance of the truth. As painful as it may be, face the truth. Take a cue from John: "The truth will set you free." All else is just going through the motions

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Investigating What The Official Conspiracy Theory Narrative Failed to Mention

Reveals U.S.- sponsored terrorism

Take the Red Pill and See How Deep the Rabbit Hole Goes 

It  has been over fourteen years since that infamous day, and over eleven years since the public release of the flawed and whitewashed "doomed to fail" final report of the "independent" bipartisan 9/11 Commission. To comprehend the extent of the omitted and misleading evidence of that final document is tantamount to learning and understanding a new language -- a language of deceit and cover-ups, of internal plots and schemes, and ultimately of obstruction and sabotage from within the U.S. government itself. 

I recently finished reading Mark Gaffney's excellent exposé of events leading up to that day -- and those that followed. If you're ready to delve into the intricacies, and plots and subplots that brought on that day, and explore the technologies that made it all possible, I invite you to take "A Walk on the Dark Side" (the actual title name of Chapter 3) and draw your own conclusions from Black 9/11: Money, Motive and Technology.

Not ready to shell out the $11 to $19 it'll cost you? Then try checking out your local library system. Mine doesn't have it (no surprise!), but yours might. If you're still not ready to take on the burden of burgeoning truth that becomes more and more apparent with each passing year, at least watch the embedded 39 minute video. In the video, Mr. Gaffney's work is presented in a very abbreviated form, obviously, but it presents the major plots and major players in a colossus web of utmost importance. If you can follow the money and players, and rehash it verbatim, forget the book. You're already an expert.

Forget the 9/11 Commission Report. It's a sham. Start connecting the dots, yourself, and commit to finding out what did happen that dreadful day -- or at least what didn't happen. One day the truth will prevail, but not without your help. As Mr. Gaffney concludes his epilogue:
"Sometimes, in order to see the light, it is necessary to wake up and face the darkness. Time may be short, but there is still a chance that our fellow citizens can be aroused, before it is too late. We must never give up, for so long as the Spirit dwells in the hearts of men and women, the future will be up for grabs ... and ours to win.
Please remember, and never forget: There is no statute of limitations for the crime of murder. 


Thursday, June 19, 2014

Intelligent Life Has Been Marginalized

Yeah, me again. I've been gone, but hopefully not forgotten. I published my last blog post on September 11, 2012 -- more than twenty-one months ago. I needed a break from the quiet hysteria of these modern times. A lot of water has gone under the bridge since then, but one thing has remained the same -- the corporate-state has continued to envelop and suffocate our culture, our communities, and our minds. Its relentless push -- carefully guarded by, and promoted through, the commercial media -- is shoving our species toward oblivion. There are great scholars and people of immense intelligence and understanding of this, who are sounding the alarm in a very articulated and profound way. People like Noam Chomsky, for example. Another is Chris Hedges. Professor Chomsky has been a burr under the saddle of the corporate-state for a long time. When he talks, I listen. When he talks to Chris Hedges, I listen even more attentively. Read what Chris Hedges has to share from a recent interview with Professor Chomsky -- the American Socrates.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Noam Chomsky, whom I interviewed last Thursday at his office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has influenced intellectuals in the United States and abroad in incalculable ways. His explications of empire, mass propaganda, the hypocrisy and pliability of the liberal class and the failings of academics, as well as the way language is used as a mask by the power elite to prevent us from seeing reality, make him the most important intellectual in the country. The force of his intellect, which is combined with a ferocious independence, terrifies the corporate state—which is why the commercial media and much of the academic establishment treat him as a pariah. He is the Socrates of our time.

We live in a bleak moment in human history. And Chomsky begins from this reality. He quoted the late Ernst Mayr, a leading evolutionary biologist of the 20th century who argued that we probably will never encounter intelligent extraterrestrials because higher life forms render themselves extinct in a relatively short time.

“Mayr argued that the adaptive value of what is called ‘higher intelligence’ is very low,” Chomsky said. “Beetles and bacteria are much more adaptive than humans. We will find out if it is better to be smart than stupid. We may be a biological error, using the 100,000 years which Mayr gives [as] the life expectancy of a species to destroy ourselves and many other life forms on the planet.” 

For the full article from Truthdig, link here

For your consideration:

Nothing demonstrates the improbability of the origin of high intelligence better than the millions of ... lineages that failed to achieve it. How many species have existed since the origin of life? ... If there are 30 million living species, and if the average life expectancy of a species is about 100,000 years, then one can postulate that there have been billions, perhaps as many as 50 billion species since the origin of life. Only one of these achieved the kind of intelligence needed to establish a civilization.   --Ernst Mayr, Bioastronomy News, Third Quarter 1995

For your further consideration: The American Dream Redux -- brought to you by your corporatocracy


Tuesday, September 11, 2012

What Does "Accelerated Free-Fall" Mean? You're About to Find Out.

Millions of Americans don't know, although I'd venture a guess that most people in industrial or first-world nations around the globe do, that a third tower fell in New York City eleven years ago today. The first two towers of the World Trade Center Complex fell in mid-morning, soon after being struck by aircraft that we're told were commercial airliners flying under the American and United Airlines colors. 

But a third World Trade Center skyscraper, commonly known as World Trade Center Building #7, was a 47-story building that also came tumbling to the ground that day. This structure was never hit by an airplane, although it did sustain collateral damage mostly on the southwest side from the other buildings, and had scattered interior fires throughout. Despite the relatively limited external damage, and despite the fires that could never burn hot enough to melt structural steel -- much less weaken the steel support columns and cause them to fail simultaneously -- this building came tumbling to the ground in an accelerating free-fall, at approximately 5:20 p.m. EDT.

Following is a video that explains what happened. More accurately, it explains what didn't happen. The people interviewed are all experts in their respective fields; structural engineers, physicists, chemists, mechanical engineers, and highrise architects. They are agree what didn't happen. And what didn't happen is this: It didn't fall due to fire alone, and it didn't fall due to exterior damage alone. As a matter of fact, it didn't fall because of both reasons combined. But let's cut to the chase and tell you why it fell.

It was a controlled demolition.


End of Story.

Here's the video. Get your popcorn. Grab your Big Gulp. Learn how you've been duped.


(1)  If fire caused Building 7 to collapse, it would be the first ever fire-induced collapse of a steel-frame high-rise.

(2)  Building 7’s collapse was not mentioned in the 9/11 Commission Report.

(3)  According to a Zogby poll in 2006, 43% of Americans did not know about Building 7.

(4)  It took the federal government seven years to conduct an investigation and issue a report for Building 7.

(5)  1,700+ architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for a new investigation into the destruction of Building 7, specifying that it should include a full inquiry into the possible use of explosives.

(6)  Numerous witnesses say the possibility of demolishing Building 7 was widely discussed by emergency personnel at the scene and advocated by the building’s owner.

(7)  Building 7 housed several intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and the NYC Office of Emergency Management’s Emergency Operations Center, more commonly known as “Giuliani’s Bunker”.

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Class Warfare...Against You

It's time to break my silence and continue railing against the biggest, most dangerous enemy our democracy faces. It's the indelible threat of authoritarianism, masquerading in the form of democracy and liberty. 

It's a threat as dangerous to freedom and democratic values as the medieval system of feudalism was a thousand years ago. It's a threat borne of "too big to fail" capitalism; not the capitalism envisioned by Adam Smith -- of small producers and divisions of labor, where rational self-interest and competition collaborated to increase economic prosperity. 

The capitalism that exists today is nothing of the sort. It's a rogue form of capitalism, a monopolistic and financial capitalism that has contributed to even greater accumulations of capital, which have spawned corporatism within our government institutions and our political parties. In other words, the control of our government[s] by large interest groups with large sums of money -- government by the wealthy and for the wealthy.

The following article by Rob Kall, the executive editor and publisher of OpEdNews.com, speaks exactly of this grave threat to the America as we've known it.
Corporatism is Killing America

There's a reason college costs are going through the roof and Students are going into massive debt... education is facing the same enemy that the middle class faces.  That's the message Debra Leigh Scott offers in her article,  How The American University was Killed, in Five Easy Steps. Scott offers a new perspective on one more way that corporatism is waging war on the middle class, on the American dream and on most Americans. 

There is a massive difference between mega-corporations and small businesses. The big ones and their obscenely wealthy CEOs, owners and top execs are waging an all out war on the middle class. They are pushing for laws, legislation, regulations and de-regulations that will kill people. KILL PEOPLE.

They have already killed people. They have already put millions of people, millions of family into havoc, chaos, misery and ruin. 

They are our enemies. The people who advocate for them are our enemies. To be sure, not all corporate heads are evil or our enemies. But most of them are. 

Read the rest here.