Are We Being Manipulated?

Wednesday, August 15, 2012. Dark  & Damp @ 4:42 am near Ithaca, NY.

Yesterday or the day before, “Aerendel” (Jim) posted this in the Arnprior News:

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Politix?

Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild Quote:
 “I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, …
The man that controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the money supply.”

(hmmmmmmm-)

—Aerendel.

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And now it’s my turn:

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Sovereignty:

When the U.S.A. was in its experimental infancy, we were a sovereign people. We owned ourselves, we owned our property. We were not part of a monarchy, where the “sovereign ruler” owns it all and views the rest of us as if we were leaches or slaves.

Somewhere along the way, the people who were voted into office sold us out to the money interests who want to rule the world and view the rest of us as “the great unwashed” and/or leaches who should be their slaves.

I heard somebody on the radio last night blame Franklin D Roosevelt for instituting laws that stole our sovereignty from us. (this doesn’t make sense to me, but I’ll throw it out to you.)

People in the USA are being told that they cannot cash in their bank CD accounts because the Homeland Security Laws won’t allow it. ((Banks are supposed to report any transaction over $10,000?)) (((which doesn’t make it illegal to cash in a CD, but many banks won’t even go there. If they think they can get away with something, they will use anything they can as an excuse.))) ((((John B Wells on Coast to Coast AM has reported that anybody who indicates that they want to use cash instead of ‘electronic money’/electronic transactions is to be viewed as a potential terrorist [this is supposedly a policy being put in place by Homeland Security] {{{{{ Feel free to comment if you know something I don’t }}}}} .

My friend Jim in Canada had his ATM card compromised once and a credit card compromised another time and was told by a suspicious waitress (who had all but accused him of trying to rip her off when the ATM card was declined) “I won’t use them- I only use cash.” This seems to me to be a good reason not to want to use plastic money. He was lucky. Somebody tried to use his credit card number to buy $220.00 worth of stuff in Italy and his bank caught that and didn’t charge him for it. I’ve heard of other credit card companies/banks that have charged people for stuff that was charged fraudulently after their cards had been scanned/skimmed or whatever you call it.

And “if a court system insists you pay your fines in Yen, you’re in Japan. If a court insists you pay a fine in rubles, you’re in Russia. Where are you if the courts insist you pay a fine in Federal Reserve Notes?” Federal Reservia?

When the U.S.A. was an infant. Laws were in place that limited the power of corporations. Corporations were only granted a charter for a specific period of time and when that time was up, their assets reverted to the state and thereby the sovereign citizens of that state. Now corporations are suing sovereign nations for interfering with their ability to make a profit? Australia passed a bill standardizing cigarette packaging and tobacco companies are suing for lost profits????

Stay tuned folks…. There will be more…

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All last night I was singing “Yesterday’s Rain” to myself, and wondering why. (Dwelling on the humurous pomposity of the guys singing the bass line.) I think that was a title of one of the posts I read in the last couple days.

Tonight I’m singing “The Game of Love” by Wayne Fontana and the Mind Benders? (Should I scream for help?) (grin….)

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Tonight, besides singing (and hearing the music note for note in my head…) I was composing my next news story in my head. I got home, I sat down at the computer and my mind went blank.

I’ll have to finish this later, after I rest my brain and bones and find the ‘Refresh’ button.

Maybe I’ve been targeted and bombarded by microwaves and/or electronic pollution / electro-magnetic fields as part of a hideous conspiracy to scramble my brains so I can’t complain about this stuff?

—gack!

[ updated @ 5:35 am Thursday Morning, August 16th. Dark and clammy near Ithaca….. ]

—djo—

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Sunday, August 12, 2012. 8:44 pm near Lake Cayuga.

We’re watching the re-broadcast of the closing ceremonies at the Olympics in London, England.

I caught the surviving members of the Who as they closed the earlier (live) broadcast. They began with Baba O’Reilly (aka” teeange wasteland”), and got in bits from other songs (see me feel me touch me heal me, and more…). But they never got a bit of “Won’t be fooled again”. I wonder if they tried or wanted to.

There were mindless smiling expressions on ‘volunteers’ as the Who sang and played. There were other volunteers looking to me like scenes from A Clockwork Orange, Wearing Bowler Derby hats with lightbulbs lit on top of them. It gave me the creeps.

You will remember that the Britts repaid the wonderful people who defeated the Spanish Armada by locking them up below decks and starving and letting them die of thirst because they didn’t want to pay them for their service. (We know this because a couple escaped, swam ashore and slipped into the shadows and into the woods and villages in the tradition of Robin Hood and whispered their stories to friends and relatives.)

The US Revolution (circa 1776) was fought as much over the fact that the Bank of England had insisted that the colonies pay their taxes in English Bank notes as any of the more popularized sloganeered b.s. (“No Taxation Without Representation”). These Bank Notes were extremely difficult to get a hold of and insanely expensive in the future United States, effectively raising their taxes to astronomical levels. (Rumours have it that the “Give me liberty or give me death” guy has reincarnated as Ron Paul.)

England had resisted the banking system they later came to exemplify to the world until William of Orange (a Nederlander) became their King.

After the Revolution the infant United States did two things that I will pat them on the back for here- They limited the power of Corporations and they resisted the Brittish banking system. Corporations had to have a definite purpose, and were given a time limit. When their time was up their assets reverted to the people. The U.S. went on to resist the Brittish banking system until the 1930’s when we were manipulated into accepting the ‘Federal Reserve System’ which places an insane amount of power in the hands of international ‘banksters’.

There will be more on these subjects in the future. I’m sure of it.

———djo

Welcome II

I’m bad at constant blogging. I’m good at seeing through ‘shuck’. I grumble a lot.

Not everybody loves the fact that I speak what’s on my mind and think about putting out the fires that causes later.

A couple friends ‘turned me on’ to Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell quite a while ago (and subsequently wrecked any sleeping pattern I thought I could manage).

More and more people are beginning to believe we’ve been systematically lied to by people calling themselves our ‘leaders’.

—Don’t follow anybody. Think for yourself. Establish as solid a network of trustworthy friends as you can and believe me— The way things are going, your life just might depend on that.

—Have I scared you enough for one day?

— Take Care…

———djo