As a student of history, we can state with certainty that we have not been this divided as a nation as to the future of this country since the 1850′s. This is no accident. Dark forces are at work to install a globalist government over us all, removing any vestiges of the freedoms we once took for granted under our Constitution. In fact, with the flurry of Executive Orders, unlegislated regulations and laws passed by Congress in the past 20 years, our Constitution exists in name only.
The division has been purposeful. A divided nation will spend its time squabbling amongst itself and not unite against the real threat — encroaching tyranny.
Our time is short. We must take off the blinders. We must stop listening to the main stream media about what to think about our fellow Americans and form our own conclusions. To this end, we have been studying various groups fighting against the tyranny, looking for common points of reference. With the exception of the far left which celebrates and embraces the rise of governmental power, we have more in common with our fellows than we might think. Its is time to form our own conclusions, to find out the facts for ourselves, and to put aside minor differences and unite to free ourselves before we become slaves to the yoke of government.
The time is short.
When our nation was being founded, a group of very diverse individuals came together, colonies with divergent economies and interests to form this nation. The process was difficult. There were many areas of disagreement. Issues of representation in the Congress were particularly contentious. The large population states wanted to be represented based on population and have more influence. The smaller population states wanted equal voice. The compromise was a bi-cameral legislature. The Senate would provide equal representation to all states. The House would provide representation to the people based on population. The issue of slavery led to the three-fifth’s compromise which reduced the representation in the House by the slave holding states based on population. (This was done to not reward them for holding slaves, not as a statement that slaves were somehow less human as modern revisionists would have you believe.) The process took a great deal of time, but they had one thing in common. They had thrown off tyranny and sought to prevent its return.
We are at a similar crossroads again. Our current system of government is failing. It is failing due to the undue influence of the unseen hand of the Federal Reserve and their banker cartel, the lobbyists, mounting debt, and the undue influence of special interests and influence peddling that has negated the voice of the people and created a form of fascism in America.
Fascism, properly defined, is a system of government where the means of production are at least nominally privately owned but under the control of the government. Some would prefer to use the less emotionally charged term “crony capitalism.” Regardless, this is the situation in America today. Whether it is direct control through partial nationalization as in the case of General Motors or through mountains of regulations as in Obamacare and EPA regulations, there is virtually no economic activity in the United States that is not under near complete government control at this point.
Regardless of how many times the people speak up against this encroaching tyranny, it seems that both parties are turning a deaf ear, at least to some extent. We are supporting the GOP candidates in most cases, but if you will recall our letter to the GOP on the eve of the momentous 2010 election, you will see that little has changed since then. We spoke out openly about what we expected the impending landslide victory to accomplish. It accomplished little, and here we are two years later with our problems multiplied.
Now, some will state that the Democrat controlled Senate blocked much of what the GOP House of Representatives might have done. And this would be true, in part. However, there are many duties clearly spelled out in the Constitution that are under the sole purview of the House or where the House is the chamber of original jurisdiction. Among these would be the power of impeachment of corrupt officials. The level of corruption in this administration is beyond any we can recall in our lifetime, yet not one single article of impeachment has been filed against any member of this corrupt regime. The completely GOP controlled House has failed in its most important duty, to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.
Given the past conduct of both parties, we so no reason to believe that a single election will change anything. At least not in time to stave off an economic collapse that will make Greece look like a walk in the park by comparison.
And, what if, despite the polls which now predict yet another landslide against the Democrats in the Senate and a Romney victory in just a couple of weeks, massive fraud or a force majeure comes along to negate or forestall that election? What if somehow the dictator in the White House finds a way to remain in power?
The tyranny will then be complete.
For this reason, we have spent the last couple of months speaking with other groups that have raised their voices against tyranny and have taken their own actions. We support the Tea Party movement and have done so unabashedly. But we have also looked into and interviewed dozens of members of other groups, including Occupy Wall Street and Anonymous.
Some of you might be immediately recoiling at that thought. What could a Tea Party member have in common with such “unsavory” folks?
Remember, the media has already painted the Tea Party as a bunch of unsavory, racist and ignorant people. We had to wonder if they had not done so to other groups, as well. For it seems that any group that questions tyranny and attempts to take action or unite against the evil masters is tarred and feathered and discredited immediately by the media as fast as possible. Each group, including the Tea Party, has found its ranks infiltrated during demonstrations with folks who do not represent the true intentions of the group. And somehow, the media manages to zero in on these folks like a magnet. Funny how that always seems to be the case.
So, we’ve done some interviews for you to consider, and we hope that you will consider them in with good conscience and an open mind.
We first interviewed “Thesius,” a member of the Occupy Wallstreet movement and a peripheral member of Anonymous. He explained the initial goals of OWS were to fight against the Federal Reserve, the corruption of bankers, and lobbyists. That sounded oddly familiar to anyone who had been to a Tea Party rally or two. He then went on to explain how the police, media, and other groups had worked to infiltrate and discredit the group during the rallies, how anarchists had glommed on to the movement to make their own voices heard and that this had become the image of the movement. This also sounded oddly familiar to us with some of our own experiences at Tea Party rallies where white supremacists and other disgusting groups had tried to do the same thing.
Thesius explained the “delivery” of homeless persons and other outcasts to protest sites. The theory was to make the protests look bad. The protests in his area had started out like family or church barbecues. Most of the people were clean cut, soccer mom types, in his words, but this quickly devolved as people who clearly needed to be on medication and were living on the streets arrived. The media zeroed in on these individuals with the predictable result.
Thesius then went on to explain the growing system of constant governmental surveillance, monitoring of our every move by the government, and how even one’s wireless internet router could be used as a radar system by someone with the right equipment to pinpoint the location of everyone in the home. Amazing and shocking stuff.
Listen to the interview here.
We then turned our full attention to Anonymous to find out more. We had known about the group for years and were aware of their past work with helping people escape from Scientology and in taking down various websites, but what were they really about?
We talked to at least a dozen members of this leaderless amorphous group. Similar to the Tea Party, there is no heirarchy and no structure. Unlike the Tea Party, there are not a lot of people coming out publicly trying to be the public voice of the group (and as a result attempting to enrich themselves financially in the process). Like the other groups we studied, and we are only talking about three today, we found the same common threads:
- Distrust of the Federal Reserve and Central Banking in general
- Antipathy towards the New World Order
- Disappointment with the failures of law enforcement in handling some cyber issues
- Disgust with government corruption and secrecy
- The desire to fight back against violations of our privacy by the government
We interviewed two members who agreed to come on the air with us. “A.I.” and “Cyborg” are both young men. One is from the UK and one from the US. Both have deeply held views against cyberbullying and sexual predators on the web and surprisingly take very effective action where law enforcement will not or cannot, either because laws are vague or because of unwillingness to confront the problems. In both of these issues, this type of activity on the internet by predators can lead to ruined lives and suicide. In both of these issues, Anonymous takes a form of vigilante justice to the perpetrators and in many cases turns the information over to law enforcement, resulting in thousands of arrests and convictions.
Both of these young men were very candid and forthright in their assessment of the threat of the now constant government surveillance of our lives using our own innocent electronics against us. Everything around us can now be used through a system known as Trap Wire to watch us constantly. Traffic cameras, street view, Google apps, cell phones, PC’s, internet browsing, credit card history, everything. Literally nothing is left out of this shocking system that intrudes into your life.
The government does not need a warrant anymore with this system in place. In other words, you have no 4th Amendment right against warrantless surveillance and monitoring.
You have no privacy left. You have only the illusion of it.
Listen to this shocking interview here:
We hope you have taken the time to actually listen to these interviews. We spent a great deal of time and research to put this together. We have a great deal more to reveal.
We will not presume to tell you what to think of the content of our work. Only that you listen and form your own opinion and see what, if any common threads you find as people grow exasperated with the growing tyranny and find their own ways to express it and fight back in whatever way they can.
Again, it is time to prepare for a collapse of the government or the need to unite against tyranny.
Who will we stand with?
Who will stand with us?