Category: Evil?


Jeffrey Smith, author of Seeds of Deception, gives a 45 minute lecture that is a good summary. http://www.seedsofdeception.com


Pic links to huffington post article by Jeffrey Smith


from internet archive (public domain heaven)

Jeffrey Smith is a master storyteller. His style captivates and charms, while his meticulously documented facts leave no doubt about a massive injustice. Smith has worked with a nonprofit group to promote labeling of GM foods; proposed legislation to keep these foods out of schools to protect children; and worked at a GMO detection laboratory. He founded the Institute for Responsible Technology and lives in Iowa, surrounded by genetically modified corn and soybeans. He is the author of Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You’re Eating and Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods from Chelsea Green Publishing. To help you choose healthier, non-GMO brands, use the Non-GMO Shopping Guide.

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fascinating guy this Mr. Fagan

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Deep understanding of the New World Order conspiracy

Eight 45-minute talks by an Irish Priest. Deep understanding of the New World Order conspiracy.

listen to Mr. Fagan too.

During his early years; Mr. Fagan was also “Dramatic Editor” for “The Associated Newspapers,” including the “New York Globe” and various Hearst newspapers. But in 1916 he took a “SABBATICAL” from the Theater and served as “Director of Public Relations” for Charles Evens Hughes; the Republican Candidate for the Presidency – he refused a similar post offered him for the Hoover campaign in 1928; thus, Mr. Fagan’s career encompassed the Theater, Journalism and National Politics, and he is a proven expert in all those fields.

In 1930; Mr. Fagan came to Hollywood where he served as “Writer Director” with “Pathe Pictures, Inc.,” then owned by Joseph P. Kennedy, father of the late President Jack Kennedy, and also at 20th Century Fox, and other Hollywood Film Studios. But he also continued in the Broadway Legitimate field.

In 1945, at the urgent request of John T. Flynn, the famous author of “THE ROOSEVELT MYTH,” “WHILE WE SLEPT,” “THE TRUE STORY OF PEARL HARBOR,” etc.; Mr. Fagan attended a meeting in Washington D.C. where he was shown a set of micro-films and recordings of the SECRET meetings at Yalta attended only by Franklin Roosevelt, Alger Hess, Harry Hopkins, Stalin, Molotov, and Vishinsky when they hatched the plot to deliver the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Berlin to Stalin. As a result

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Bangkok in Turmoil as Deaths Rise – NYTimes.com.

wow what a shot.

Richard Dawkins: I will arrest Pope Benedict XVI -Times Online.

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    Atheist campaigner Richard Dawkins

    RICHARD DAWKINS, the atheist campaigner, is planning a legal ambush to have the Pope arrested during his state visit to Britain “for crimes against humanity”.

    Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, the atheist author, have asked human rights lawyers to produce a case for charging Pope Benedict XVI over his alleged cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

    The pair believe they can exploit the same legal principle used to arrest Augusto Pinochet, the late Chilean dictator, when he visited Britain in 1998.

    The Pope was embroiled in new controversy this weekend over a letter he signed arguing that the “good of the universal church” should be considered against the defrocking of an American priest who committed sex offences against two boys. It was dated 1985, when he was in charge of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which deals with sex abuse cases.

    My Chat with an atheist

    AnybodyOutThere | Personal Home Page.

    • 11:32

      stephenmcclenahan:
      you want him because he doesnt want you
    • 11:32

      like when mom tells you stay out of the cookie jar
    • 11:32

      Morrigan:
      I wanted him when he wanted me too, though…
    • 11:33

      stephenmcclenahan:
      if you act disinterested in him he may want you
    • 11:34

      Morrigan:
      Hmm… Not sure how to act disinterested without him forgetting about me…
    • 11:35

      stephenmcclenahan:
      hmmm, do you hang out at the same place? have same friends
    • 11:35

      Morrigan:
      Not really.
    • 11:35

      stephenmcclenahan:
      then i gues your out of luck
    • 11:35

      did you guys go out? how long has it been since you were with him
    • 11:36

      Morrigan:
      We dated for 7 months. We broke up last month. I’ve talked to him a couple times since then.
    • 11:36

      stephenmcclenahan:
      maybe you should focus on yourself, what do you want to do with your life? what are yo good at?
    • 11:37

      write paint music
    • 11:37

      Morrigan:
      I want to be an editor/author. I’m a decent wrtier.
    • 11:37

      *writer
    • 11:37

      stephenmcclenahan:
      heh,, you could help me edit my blogs, i’d love to put together a book
    • 11:38

      focus on that if it’s your passion, then someone who appreciates your pation will show up
    • 11:38

      do you believe in God at all?
    • 11:39

      Morrigan:
      No, I’m atheist.
    • 11:40

      stephenmcclenahan:
      ha ha i love atheists,,,,,,, well then you have to focus on making yourself the best self you can possibly be(here i would insert things about gods purpose for you or something but that doesnt work with the athesists)
    • 11:40

      you don’t have a higher power to look to for help,
    • 11:41

      Morrigan:
      Yeah.
    • 11:41

      stephenmcclenahan:
      it’s all on you,, so you need to just figure out what your strengths are and develope them
    • 11:42

      ‘an atheist should not have much trouble getting over a guy,,, you arent bogged down by the whole “he’s my soulmate” thing or “he’s my destiny” or some other kind of nonrealist delusion
    • 11:43

      Morrigan:
      True, but I still believe in love and I love him.
    • 11:43

      stephenmcclenahan:
      how can you believe in love, that doesnt make sense to a true rationalist sckeptic atheist type
    • 11:44

      as an atheist love should just be rationalised out as a simple body pleasure thing, you can find that anywhere
    • 11:44

      Morrigan:
      Not believing in God and believing in love have little to do with each other.
    • 11:45

      There are things I don’t understand, that hold wonder for me, that I would never even try to rationalize, but that doesn’t include a(ny) God.
    • 11:45

      stephenmcclenahan:
      methinks you’re not a true atheist, you just don’t want there to be a God so you can do whatever you want with out any higher judgement getting in the way
    • 11:46

      elevating love to something more than just getting your rocks off and feeling good is just as foolish as believing in the possibility of a higher power
    • 11:47

      to the ratiional atheist skeptic mind
    • 11:47

      Morrigan:
      So, I’m guessing you’re Christian, yes?
    • 11:48

      stephenmcclenahan:
      a christian would consider me a heretic
    • 11:48

      i would mark undecided if forced at gunpoint
    • 11:49

      Morrigan:
      I’m just saying, being an atheist has to do with only one thing. I do not believe in God. That’s it.
    • 11:49

      stephenmcclenahan:
      i definitly dont think we’ve gotten to this point by pure randomness
    • 11:50

      love doesnt exsist without there being a God, or a other side, or a magic force or something supernatural
    • 11:51

      Morrigan:
      Yes it does. Do soul mates? No. But love, while mysterious and not fully explainable, does.
    • 11:52

      stephenmcclenahan:
      if you say there is no God, there is no spirituality
    • 11:52

      everything is cut and dry science, with rational explanations
    • 11:52

      Morrigan:
      No, it’s not.
    • 11:53

      stephenmcclenahan:
      then there is no room for love, sweety,,, love would be a silly missconception of the deluded who believe in fairy tails
    • 11:54

      if you believe in spirituality then you believe ther is some form of “God” just not the way most religions describe it
    • 11:54

      Morrigan:
      Love does not have to be spiritual.
    • 11:55

      Love is being happy when you’re with someone. Preferring to fight with one person over kissing any other. Wanting what’s best for them, even when it’s not what you want.
    • 11:55

      stephenmcclenahan:
      love is supernatural, it is not a solid mathamatically describable thing
    • 11:56

      what you are describing is not love thats just feeling good
    • 11:56

      a person is pleasing to you fill your needs makes you feel better,, that’s not love
    • 11:56

      Morrigan:
      then what would you say love is?
    • 11:57

      stephenmcclenahan:
      you might as well ask me what God is… but i do know that love doesnt exist if one believes in a truly scientific rational view of reality
    • 11:58

      love is just as much a delusionary belief as God, to the truly rational scientific atheist mind
    • 11:59

      an atheist shouldn’t worry about love, unless you’re not truly an atheist, which is what i think the problem is
    • 12:00

      Morrigan:
      I am an atheist. The only thing that is “required” to be an atheist is the belief that there are no gods.
    • 12:00

      stephenmcclenahan:
      Look I’m in no way saying that i believe athiest rational thought is stupid or wrong…
    • 12:00

      Morrigan:
      Anything beyond that is not intrinsically atheistic. It may be common in atheists, but not 100%.
    • 12:00

      stephenmcclenahan:
      i wish i could feel that way,, life would be a hell of a lot easier
    • 12:01

      Morrigan:
      There are plenty of atheists who are irrational and unscientific.
    • 12:02

      stephenmcclenahan:
      now that, i feel is silly and self delusional
    • 12:02

      an atheist says ther is no God,, an agnostic says he doesnt know
    • 12:02

      Morrigan:
      True.
    • 12:03

      stephenmcclenahan:
      an agnostic can be irrational and scientific but not an atheist
    • 12:04

      an atheist is basically the same as a footstomping fundamentalist, both claiming to know the true nature of something that cannot be understood
    • 12:04

      I meant,,,,an agnostic can be irrational and UNscientific but not an atheist
    • 12:06

      Morrigan:
      There are many atheists who believe in love. Maybe they have a different definition of love than you, but that doesn’t mean they can’t believe there are no gods and believe in love.
    • 12:07

      stephenmcclenahan:
      sure it does, find me a famous phillospher who was a devout atheist and says he believes in love, it’s not gonna happen
    • 12:07

      there are many atheists who are actually agnostics
    • 12:10

      if God doesnt exist then neither does love,,, love is boiled down to just pleasure seeking with know “meaning” beyond that
    • 12:12

      don’t confuse God with how man has defined it
    • 12:13

      if you believe in Love, as in there is something “more” there, something special,, then perhaps that same thing is your understanding of God
    • 12:15

      the something “more” that is there, the something that is above or more special then just feeling good is unexplainable and magic,,,,,,, God
    • 12:15

      Morrigan:
      I can see we’re not going to agree on this issue.
    • 12:16

      stephenmcclenahan:
      anyone who tells you they know what God is, or they KNow God doesnt exist, is self delusional
    • 12:17

      i can back up both sides the rational phillisophical skeptic atheist view,,, and the believe in God view,, you are the one who wants to take a little from each side
    • 12:19

      i want to believe that love is special magical spiritual, but i don’t believe there might be the possibility of anything else special magical spiritual
    • 12:19

      that’s self delusional
    • 12:20

      a true atheist would laugh at you

    Ron Paul and Freemasonry « Aftermath News. Ron Paul and Freemasonry April 22, 2008 · 863 Comments

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    Ron Paul speaking at Georgetown Jesuit University, alma mater of Carroll Quigley and Bill Clinton. Note the Freemasonic symbols on the wall behind him.

    I know this is a taboo subject among Ron Paul supporters, of which I was one myself in the very beginning of his presidential campaign. And even if it is proven beyond any doubt that he is a freemason, many will just put it aside and pretend it doesn’t matter “because he is such a decent and honest man” etc. But many others are very curious to know what RP’s status is regarding Freemasonry because it does matter, and I fully intend to find out myself. Therefore, it is high time we started talking openly about it and try to ascertain the truth, one way or another.

    I just happened to stumble across this comment over at the Daily Paul yesterday, and thought that I should share it with whoever is interested in knowing whether or not Ron Paul is a Freemason.

    This does not prove anything in that regard, however it makes the probability that he is a Freemason very much higher since Eastern Star members are generally married to Freemason husbands, Rainbow girls are generally children of masons and because Ron Paul’s father was also a mason. And in addition, according to the comment, he “respects the organization”, which is wholly uncharacteristic of anyone who is supposedly fighting against the masonically-inspired New World Order. Ron Paul is also an unofficial member of the John Birch Society, which was founded by masons, funded by Nelson Rockefeller and run by Jesuit-trained Knights of Malta. In other words, the JBS is a gatekeeper organization, designed to control the opposition and make sure nothing substantial is ever done to impede the New World Order system which just keeps on rolling over humanity. How about the Jahbulon Bullshit Society for a more appropriate name?

    Greece in the eye of the storm | SocialistWorker.org.

    Greece in the eye of the storm

    Antonis Davenellos, a member of International Workers Left (DEA) in Athens, describes the brewing protests as the government imposes harsh austerity measures.

    Riot police didn’t hesitate to pepper-spray 88-year-old Manolis  Glezos, a living legend of the anti-Nazi resistance during the Second  World WarRiot police didn’t hesitate to pepper-spray 88-year-old Manolis Glezos, a living legend of the anti-Nazi resistance during the Second World War

    GREECE’S SOCIAL democratic government announced “extra measures” on March 3 aimed at reducing the government deficit and raising money, mainly to service the public debt.

    For working people, the measures were a shock: a freeze on pensions for the second year in a row, salary cuts for public employees that will also transfer immediately to the private sector, a freeze on hiring in the public sector, plus tax increases–including a sales tax hike that will raise the price of basic products like food, gas, etc.–which will further cut into the living standards of Greek workers.

    Conspicuously missing from the list is “people’s who know’s how to use apostrophe’s”

    More fun at STFU, Believers.

    Alan Watts explains

    The Value of Psychotic Experience

    great difficulty in getting away with is psychiatric heresy

    Recent history is the record of one vast conspiracy to impose one level of mechanical consciousness on mankind.Allen Ginsburg

    Basically, the setting and goals and patterns of behavior, which are imposed mechanically or externally, and without understanding, produces a rigid structure in consciousness that blocks the free play of thought and the free movement of awareness and attention that are necessary for creativity to act:

    Creativity and What Blocks It
    The Psychopathology of Work

    This is a warning of what happens to spirit when it becomes divorced from its soul pairing, when it ceases to find its reflection in soul – and loses it. It becomes the solitary heroic rational ego which deludes itself into believing that there is no soul. It creates a correspondingly delusional world for itself which, deprived of its connection with a personal and personified counterpart, opens on to the soul’s depths, as abysmal as deep space and as impersonal as the subatomic realm.

    In our modern society the image and mythic process has been taken over by corporations that directly control advertising and, indirectly, the entertainment industry. Powerful erotic images are used for the sole purpose of selling consumer products; the side effects of this commercialization have a profound impact on the sexual imagination and identity of vast numbers of people. The Armored Knight of the 20th Century

    There Are No Reasons
    Journey Into Savagery

    L I N K S

    Monday, March 8, 2010, 1:42 PM
    Joe Carter

    On his radio program, Fox News’ Glenn Beck encouraged listeners to leave their church if it proclaims a concern for social justice:

    I’m begging you, your right to religion and freedom to exercise religion and read all of the passages of the Bible as you want to read them and as your church wants to preach them . . . are going to come under the ropes in the next year. If it lasts that long it will be the next year. I beg you, look for the words ’social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words. Now, am I advising people to leave their church? Yes!”

    Listen to the audio here.

    click for source

    Although many Protestant denomination express concerns about social justice, the term is most closely associated with the social teachings of the Catholic Church. A Jesuit priest, Luigi Taparelli D’Azeglio, coined the term in the 1840s and based the concept on the teachings of Thomas Aquinas.

    According to the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, “a large part of the Church’s social teaching is solicited and determined by important social questions, to which social justice is the proper answer.” Social justice is even given a section in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.