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  1. OK! You don’t like the SO-CALLED CONSERVATIVES. I don’t like them much either. I consider them fakes, but what about the leftest. Do you really want to go where they plan on taking us? Read the following article and then decide!
    Here is another article about the Illuminati for people to check out:
    USSR – Illuminati Experiment Was “Social Catastrophe”
    May 20, 2009
    by Henry Makow Ph.D. (www.henrymakow.com)
    As we edge toward world government, it pays to recall the Illuminati’s last great social experiment, Soviet Communism, which Juri Lina describes as a “social catastrophe.”
    In his book, “Under the Sign of the Scorpion” (2002), the Estonian writer says about 150 million people died as a result of the Bolshevik Revolution, subsidized by the Illuminati (Masonic Jewish) banking cartel.The West pretended to oppose the Bolsheviks but in fact defended them and betrayed the White Russians who were our allies in WWI. The Bolsheviks would have lost except for Western intervention. (322)
    An additional 60 million people were murdered under Chinese Communism. These Satanic regimes “gripped the… people by the hair of their heads” (Winston Churchill) and brutally destroyed two advanced civilizations. The Illuminati central bankers still run the world. If “Past is Preface,” are we being set up for similar brutal treatment? Is this the reason why the truth about these “revolutions” is suppressed? Why we are being dumbed, degraded and trivialized?
    INSIDE STORY
    Juri Lina claims that the USSR was ruled by Jewish gangsters. Soviet “anti-Semitism” was the spin they put on their gang wars. Marxist ideology was a smokescreen. Josef Stalin was a Jew who spoke Yiddish and married Jewish women. He was diagnosed as a “paranoid hysteric” by a doctor he murdered for revealing this. He had an inferiority complex due to being only five foot one inch tall and employed a stand-in for public appearances. He murdered his second wife in 1932 when she accused him of genocide. Like Lenin, another Jew (who died of syphilis) Stalin was also bisexual. (pp. 284-286). These are the freaks the Illuminati bankers put in power.
    Stalin was under the influence of another Jew, Lazar Kaganovich (and married his sister.) Kaganowich played on Stalin’s paranoia to murder over 20 million Comunist party leaders, functionaries, and army officers, especially those aware of his nefarious deeds. Stalin and Kaganovich were after their rivals’ gold. During the Great Terror of 1934-38, NKVD Officers began wearing a new symbol on their sleeves, a sword and serpent. “This symbolized the struggle of the cabbalistic Jews against their enemies,” Lina writes. “There is no devil according to the Talmud. Satan and God are united in Yahweh.” (301)
    At the peak of Stalin and Kaganovich’s terror in 1937-38, executions reached 40,000 a month. Alexander Solzhenitsyn estimated a million executed and another two million died in death camps. Literaturnaya Rossiya estimated total deaths due to murder, induced starvation and maltreatment at 147 million, five million a year for the period 1918-1938. Lina points out that many killed were women and children who were classed as “enemies of the people.” After all “they cost money” i.e. were “useless eaters” in Communist eyes.
    Huge mass graves surround the major cities of the USSR. One containing 100,000 bodies was found in Kuropaty, six miles from Minsk. Every night from 1937 to June 1941, the NKVD lined people up at the grave side, gagged abd blind-folded. To save bullets, the executioners tried to kill two people with one shot. (303)
    At the peak of the terror, the NKVD began gassing people to death in lorries. The West considered all this to be normal. Bernard Shaw said nations had the right to eliminate undesirables. The US ambassador to Moscow, Joseph Davies, a Freemason, was especially enthusiatic about the show trials. (304)
    The USSR lost an additional 35-45 million people during the Second World War. The historian Nikolai Tolstoi claims that half of these were actually killed by the Bolsheviks and blamed on the Nazis. During campaigns against counter revolutionaires in 1949-1952 another five million people were murdered. (307)
    Apart from the Holomodor (1932-32) which killed 15 million Ukrainians, there was another (lesser known) organized famine in the Ukraine in 1946-1947 to put down political resistance. This killed two million. Another million Russians were killed or irradiated in 1954 when the Communists tested an atomic weapon on their own people. (318)
    SATANIC GENOCIDE SPONSORED BY THE WEST
    The Bolshevik Revolution was totally organized and financed by Illuminati bankers (Schiff, Rockefeller, Warburg etc.) and the German government, which they controlled. (206)
    Anthony Sutton found that 95% per cent of Soviet technology came from the US or their allies. He said the Communists couldn’t have lasted “one day” without Western aid. While pretending to be engaged in a “Cold War,” the West actually provided billions in direct military and economic aid to the Soviets. How else have a war? (322)
    A quarter million tractors were needed for the “collectivization” of the Kulak farmers land. With financing from Kuhn Loeb, 80 US companies participated in building three huge tractor factories. These were also used for building tanks.
    Under the Rapallo Treaty signed in April 1922, German consortiums built numerous airplane, locomotive and munitions factories throughout the USSR. Krupp built tanks and submarines in Leningrad and Rostov. German troops rehearsed Blitzkreig tactics on Russian soil. Clearly the Illuminati elite sponsors both sides of every conflict. Without this industrial activity and economic aid, the USSR would have quickly failed.
    The West’s Illuminati politicians and financiers didn’t lose any sleep over the executions or the 15 million sent to the Gulag. (343) Their newspapers suppressed this information. They are as guilty as the NKVD executioners, and it was all done on our dime.
    “The Western financial elite wanted to use market economy capitalism as an anvil and Communism as a hammer to rule the world and entirely subdue it,” Lina writes.
    Eventually the cost of maintaining the USSR became too heavy, and the new Russia was born, under the Freemasons Yeltzin and Putin.
    The same gang of Satanists and mass murderers continue to rule our planet. Our politicians are their conscious or unconscious agents. This doesn’t bode well for the New World Order. A thin patina of law and civilized tradition separate us from the barbarism and chaos experienced in Russia.
    We live in a fool’s paradise. The price of not bringing these monsters to justice for crimes like 9-11 is that they continue to inflict their madness on the human race.

  2. The GOP Should Dump the Neocons
    by Edward H. Crane
    Edward H. Crane is the founder and president of the Cato Institute.
    Added to cato.org on November 4, 2009
    This article appeared in the Los Angeles Times on November 4, 2009.
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    ShareThisThe founders envisioned a federal government constitutionally limited to defending our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. For that to happen, we must have at least one political party that strongly advocates limiting the power of government. For much of the 19th century, that party was the Democrats. For the early part of the 20th century and from the early 1960s through 1988, that party was the Republicans.
    Today, it is difficult to find noninterventionists in either party.
    The Democrats demonstrate a disdain for capitalism, free trade and the validity of contracts. They cheer the restriction of certain types of speech on campus and in federal law, and think nation-building is our moral obligation, even when there is no discernible U.S. interest involved. Lately, the Democrats have been popularly associated with principled opposition to waging war in far-flung corners of the globe. But evidence on the ground today tells a somewhat different tale.
    There is an insidious philosophy underlying this acceptance of the ‘natural’ growth of statism.
    As for the GOP, it has outwardly abandoned the limited-government principles of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. Little other evidence is needed than the Medicare prescription drug benefit — with its $13-trillion unfunded liability — passed with a strong-arm campaign by the Bush White House and a Republican congressional majority.
    What happened to the Republicans? Well, the two Bush presidencies didn’t help. Neither did the supply-side movement, focused on tax cuts and economic growth. Supporters of those ideas didn’t talk about spending cuts, much less the proper role of government. They had the effect of replacing “liberty” as the motivating force behind the GOP with “growth,” a somewhat less-inspiring ideal.
    But perhaps most pernicious has been the role played by the neoconservatives. The late William F. Buckley used his conservative flagship publication, National Review, to make anti-communism the litmus test for joining the conservative movement. Dealing with the Soviets during the Cold War was clearly an important task, but it should not have opened the door of the limited-government movement to the neoconservatives, who are now — and always have been — advocates of big government. With the neocon foot in the policymaking door after the Cold War ended, the drumbeat for war in Iraq began in earnest a decade before 9/11.
    It is important to realize that neocons are not just nation-building, America-first advocates. They like big government across the board. No Child Left Behind, the thinly disguised effort to nationalize education in America, was principally a neocon initiative. Consider this comment from the late Irving Kristol, self-described “godfather” of the neoconservative movement: “Neocons do not feel that kind of alarm or anxiety about the growth of the state in the past century, seeing it as natural, indeed inevitable.” Indeed.
    There is an insidious philosophy underlying this acceptance of the “natural” growth of statism. Neoconservative columnist David Brooks wrote in the late 1990s that we need “a vigorous One Nation Conservatism that will connect a revived sense of citizenship with the long-standing national greatness Americans hold dear.” In another essay, he wrote: “Ultimately, American purpose can find its voice only in Washington. … Individual ambition and willpower are channeled into the cause of national greatness. And by making the nation great, individuals are able to join their narrow concerns to a larger national project.” A frightening worldview.
    Edward H. Crane is the founder and president of the Cato Institute.
    More by Edward H. CraneWhich brings us to the war in Afghanistan. The neocons are predictably enthused about the prospect of a prolonged U.S. occupation there. A dozen or so of them recently sent a letter to President Obama urging him to up the ante. Astonishingly, the president who was elected as the antiwar left’s protest candidate appears poised to take the neocons’ advice and commit tens of thousands more troops to a conflict in which immediate U.S. interests are unclear at best.
    Meanwhile, Obama’s domestic agenda is in shambles. Americans are outraged at the prospect of trillion-dollar deficits, auto bailouts and the subsidies to irresponsible bankers. And they don’t want socialized medicine.
    The “tea parties” and town hall meetings are essentially libertarian. There is no conservative policy agenda — only a demand that the government stop trying to run our lives.
    Republicans should take this opportunity to return to their traditional noninterventionist roots and throw their neoconservative wing under the bus. The Republicans have a chance at this moment to reclaim the mantle of the party of nonintervention — in your healthcare, in your wallet and in the affairs of other nations.

  3. War Criminals: Arrest Warrants Requested
    Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey
    Pravda
    January 27, 2010
    International arrest warrants have been requested for George W. Bush, Richard (Dick) Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet, Condoleeza Rice and Alberto Gonzales at the International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands.
    A d v e r t i s e m e n t
    Professor of Law Francis A. Boyle of the University of Illinois College of Law in Champain, United States of America, has issued a Complaint with the Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court against the above-mentioned for their practice of “extraordinary rendition” (forced disappearance of persons and subsequent torture) in Iraq and for criminal policy which constitutes Crimes against Humanity in violation of the Rome Statute which set up the ICC.
    As such, the Accused (mentioned above) are deemed responsible for the commission of crimes within the territories of many States signatories of the Rome Statute, in violation of Rome Statute Articles 5 (1)(b), 7 (1)(a), 7 (1)(e), 7 (1)(g), 7(1)(h), 7(1)8i) and 7(1)(k). Despite the fact that the USA is not a signatory State, the ICC has the jurisdiction to prosecute under Article 12 (2)(a) of the Rome Statute.
    This Article stipulates that the Court may exercise its jurisdiction if one or more States in which the conduct in question occurred has accepted the jurisdiction of the Court. Furthermore, the forced disappearance of persons and torture in deemed by the Rome Statute as a Crime against Humanity, one which is still ongoing.
    The Exercise of Jurisdiction may be activated under Article 13, with respect to a crime committed under Article 5 if the Prosecutor has initiated an investigation. Professor Boyle, in his issue of complaint, respectfully requested that such an investigation be initiated.
    The issue of complaint states “about 100 human beings have been subjected to enforced disappearances and subsequent torture by the Accused”, adds that some of them could still be alive today, and that an investigation could save these lives. Regarding those whose enforced disappearances led to their deaths, the Complaint requests a process of explanation and clarification for what would be a murder investigation.
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