Friday, August 3, 2012

apers & oners

Caller: Rodney In Illinois

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Heigh-Ho song
The Golden Rule
"Do onto others as you would have them do onto you."
Karen Armstrong: Let's revive the Golden Rule
Ethic of Reciprocity
Understanding the Zeitgeist Movement Critics
Malicious Intent or Innocent Ignorance?


You Are A Human Animal - Mickey Mouse Club
Lost Horizons Newsletter
More About Words-- This Time: "Income"
"When words lose their meaning, people lose their liberty."

Collectivism vs. Individualism (Photo credit: Lily Zhu)
Adask’s Law
The Collective Entity Doctrine

Noise in This World--studio-The Beat

Invisible Slavery - 2011 - Milgram Experiments

01. The Man in the White Coat Told Me to Do It [9:24]
 02. I Didn't Realize It Would Kill Him [13:00]
 03. No Need to Think, Just Follow the Instructions [9:02]
 04. It's Not My Responsibility, It's That Guy's [5:13]
 05. I Don't Really Like This But I MUST Continue [5:24]
 06. Trust Me, I am a Doctor [15:40]

Total Time: 57:45

In the early 60s, psychologist Stanley Milgram designed and conducted a series of experiments testing people's obedience to authority. The idea was to find out whether ordinary people would go against their own morals and administer ultimately lethal electric shocks to another participant, simply because a man presented to them as a "scientist" was telling them to do so.
Psychologists were asked to predict how many people would work their way up to administering a 450 volts electric shock. Their prediction was that hardly anyone would do it. These tests were repeated over a period of several decades, in various social environments, with people of different sex, age, race, education etc. In almost all of them, the results were roughly the same. Over 50% of the participants went all the way up to 450 volts.
What happens in a society where obedience to authority is so deeply programmed into people that it is stronger than their own morals and common sense?
 You can see the results all around you.
If politicians declared a war and ordinary people simply had enough common sense to not show up, there would be no wars. It's not like the politicians would ever go to war themselves. They need slaves for that. You. And if you believe there is no slavery and you are free, this Invisible Slavery is working most efficiently.
Type "Milgram experiments" into any search engine or youtube to find out more.

Department of Paraphysics and Parapsychology, Experimental College

University of Washington

[This paper was presented at the First International Congress of Psychotronics, Prague, 1973.  First printing was in the journal Psychoenergetic Systems, Vol.1, 1975.  55-62.  Gordon & Breach Science Publishers Ltd., Great Britain.  Reprinted in the book PSYCHOENERGETIC SYSTEMS, S. Krippner, editor.  c1979.  231-237.  Gordon & Breach, New York, London, Paris.  Reprinted in the journal Psychedelic Monographs and Essays, Vol.5, 1992.  93-111.  Boynton Beach, FL Reprint on request)

ABSTRACT:The organization of any biological system is established by a complex electrodynamic field which is, in part, determined by its atomic physiochemical components and which, in part, determines the behavior and orientation of these components.  The holographic model of reality emerging from this principle may provide a scientific explanation of psychoenergetic phenomena.

    "The pattern or organization of any biological system is established by a complex electrodynamic field, which is in part determined by its atomic physiochemical components and which in part determines the behavior and orientation of those components.  This field is electrical in the physical sense, and by its properties it relates the entities of the biological system in a characteristic pattern and is itself in part a result of the existence of those entities.  It determines and is determined by the components.  More than establishing pattern it must maintain pattern in the midst of physiochemical flux; therefore it must regulate and control living things.  It must be the mechanism, the outcome of whose activity is wholeness, organization and continuity.  The electrodynamic field then, is comparable to the entelecy of Driesh, the embryonic field of Spehmann, and the biological field of Weiss."
Burr and Northrop, 1935

    Since the dawn of time there have been two conflicting explanations for the nature and structure of the world in which we live.  Those can be most simply stated as the field and the particle.  These two conflicting ideas appear in Greek thought, Democritus stressing the field and Heraclitus the particle.  Today, fields are stressed in relativity physics, while particles are emphasized in quantum mechanics.

    Throughout history, many attempts have been made to synthesize the field and the particle theory.  In current physics, those attempts fall under the name of geometrodynamics (Wheeler, 1959).  It is our intent in this paper to show how a cross synthesis of particle theory and field theory will shed new light on living processes.

    Field theory can be interwoven with particle theory in an attempt to better understand biological processes.  This effect will enable us to approach an understanding of life because we can conceptualize all structures and functions, all levels from the electronic to the super molecular, as one single unit (Szent-Gyorgyi, 1960: 135).

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By Richard Alan Miller
 copyright 2001
[Presented at the Consciousness Technologies Conferenc-July 19-21, 2001,on Saturday, July 20th, 2001, in Sisters, OR]
updated 03/04/2003


   I first became aware of Allan H. Frey's work at Willow Grove in 1972, just after completing "The Holographic Concept of Reality."  I was working with Dr. Carl Scheicher (MRU) at the time, and was asked about the significance of this work.  Realizing its possible use in mind control, my first reaction was to go on "red alert."

    Full significance was not yet understood at this time.  Basically, Frey had discovered another sensory motor input in the higher blue-band frequencies of 0.3-3.0 GHz. - at very low amplitudes of power.  It was "as if" we had another type of "vision," but did not know how to "see" what was being received.  It constituted the next generation of subliminal communications.

    My work at the time was involved with an AI database for paranormal references (Project Parafile).  A second paper was also presented at the Omniversal Symposium, California State College at Sonoma, (September 29, 1973).  This was titled "Embryonic Holography," and was an application of "The Holographic Concept of Reality" model. It dealt with biogenesis and neurological regeneration, and included speculation on the origins of cancer, faith healing, psychic surgery and more technical aspects of mind-body energetics.

    One week after the delivery of that paper, four men came into my place of business, two in suits and two in full Army dress.  The two suits held me under close arrest, while the two Army personnel went through my files, pulling anything related to "Embryonic Holography."  The paper was rewritten from old notes and memory, but it was not the same.

    What got this paper classified "top secret" for almost 20 years was that it was critical for the use of Allan Frey's study, and its possible application to mind control.  I never was able to draw what was so important in that initial paper until I began researching this paper, more than 24 years later.  I will discuss those aspects further into this document.

    In 1961, Allan Frey, a freelance biophysicist and engineering psychologist, reported that humans could hear microwaves.  Most United States scientists dismissed this discovery as the result of outside noise.

    James C. Linn offered a more technical description of the experiment.
"Frey found that human subjects exposed to 1310 MHz and 2982 MHz microwaves at average power densities of 0.4 to 2 mW/cm2 perceived auditory sensations described as buzzing or knocking sounds. The sensation occurred instantaneously at average incident power densities well below that necessary for known biological damage and appeared to originate from within or near the back of the head."

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GWEN: Ground Wave Emergency Network

The Ground Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) provides survivable connectivity to designated bomber and tanker bases. The system is in sustainment. GWEN is designed as an ultra-high powered VLF [150-175 kHz] network intended to survive massive broadband destructive interference produced by nuclear EMP, and recovering quickly from the changes imposed on radiowave propagation by EMP-ion damage to the upper atmosphere. A large number of the 200 GWEN relay nodes can be destroyed without compromising the overall effectiveness of the system. GWEN antennae include an 8km trailing long-wire winched out of WWABNCP, and the DARPA /Westinghouse 750-6000m tether Aerostat-Augmented balloon. The GWEN system includes 299-foot, low-frequency (LF) antenna and an ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) antenna located at each relay node (RN) station, and a UHF antenna located at each input/output (I/O) station.
Although GWEN was designed to provide survivable connectivity for time-critical force survival actions, the configuration does not meet required availability or reliability.
As portable Milstar terminals become available in the l997-l998 time frame, STRATCOM will phase out the Ground Wave Emergency Network, which is the only survivable link to ensure launch of ground-alert aircraft. GWEN is Scheduled to be Replaced by SCAMP in FY99, but CINC STRAT has maintained that GWEN can not be shut down until the replacement system is fielded, operational, and certified. If SCAMP does not meet schedule, GWEN may have to be operational past the year 2000.
The Federal Railroad Administration, concerned with the importance of the inland navigation systems to support railroad real time positioning activities, has suggested that GWEN sites be included in the developing of inland navigation systems. The Federal Highway Administration has agreed to continue to investigate the utilization of the 54 GWEN sites for inland navigation.

Sources and Resources

Hey Austin: I’m. Too. Hot.
Are you starting to feel the heat? Is it feeling different than just hot summer weather? Well, thanks to our warming climate, the heat is getting worse. Scientists have found that climate change is putting extreme heat on steroids — resulting in more record highs than ever before and making heat waves more severe.
To draw attention to this fact, we’ll be heading to Austin, Texas this week. Starting this Wednesday, August 1, come meet us at our traveling ice cream truck and help spread the word. We’ll be giving away free ice cream, cool gifts, and plenty of information about climate change.
When you get to the truck, all you need to do is write a quick tweet, Facebook post or foursquare check-in that tells us how the heat has been impacting you. Use the hash tag #ImTooHot. Then, because it really is too hot, join us for some ice cream. It’s that easy. And while you’re out and about in Austin, check out our freestanding wall mural, where you can add your own personalized message about how this heat is affecting you or your community.
Worried you won’t be able to find us? Check our Twitter feed for more details and to find out where we’ll be through August 4. Let’s cool down together — this one’s on us.
Not in Austin? Don’t worry, you can still join the conversation. Post your own ImTooHot stories to Twitter or Facebook. Tag your post with your city, state or country so we can see how climate change is impacting people all over the world. We will be re-posting comments with the hash tag #ImTooHot to our Twitter feed. If you want to read or share more about the extreme weather we’re seeing, check out our blog.
Nationwide, this is the hottest year on record to date, and for those living in Austin, 2012 is so far the warmest year in 74 years. We can’t ignore that manmade carbon pollution is warming our planet.
Look forward to visiting you, Austin … next stop, Washington, D.C.!
What is The Climate Reality Project?
Founded and chaired by Al Gore, Nobel Laureate and former Vice President of the United States, The Climate Reality Project has more than 5 million members and supporters worldwide. It is guided by one simple truth: The climate crisis is real and we know how to solve it.
How technology makes us vulnerable
Editor's note: Marc Goodman is a global security adviser and futurist. He is the founder of the Future Crimes Institute and serves as Chair of Policy, Law & Ethics at Silicon Valley's Singularity University. He spoke at TED Global in June 2012. TED is a nonprofit dedicated to "Ideas worth spreading," which it makes available through talks posted on its website.
(CNN) -- The future of science and technology sounds so promising. Unprecedented advances in computing, robotics, artificial intelligence, genetics, neuroscience and biotechnology hold the potential to radically transform our world for the better and create mass abundance for all.
I sincerely want to believe in this techno-utopian vision of things to come, but my work as a police officer and global security strategist working in more than 70 countries around the world has taught me that there is a darker side to these emerging technologies.
The criminal underground is highly innovative and often acts as an early adopter of emerging technologies. As a young police officer, I observed gang members and drug dealers using beepers and mobile phones, long before they were in common use by the general public. Today, criminals are even building their own encrypted radio communications networks, such as the nationwide system developed by narco cartels in Mexico.

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Michael Chertoff Gets The Truth From We Are Change
Channeling Reality / Vicky Davis
The Coup: Reinvention of America
Part Five
The Jigsaw Puzzle

What happened to our government between 1990 and today is a jigsaw puzzle, the pieces of which I am putting together for you.  Our government has been gutted from the inside out leaving behind the facade of the American government but it's obvious from the policies and legislation coming out of Washington DC that federal government is not American.  
Article recovered from the Alliance for Redesigning Government website:
Government in Transition: A New Paradigm in Public Administration
This is a synopsis of the report on the inaugural conference of CAPAM, the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management. Held in Charlotte, Prince Edward Island, Canada, in August, 1994, Government in Transition was the first gathering of public administrators from the 51 nations that comprise the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth has a population of 1.5 billion and is experiencing unprecedented political and social transitions: from single to multi-party systems, from national to regional sovereignty, from closed to open economies, from decreasing to exploding populations, and from apartheid to democracy. Despite the diversity of Commonwealth countries, there is a pattern in their responses to changes. CAPAM believes that these patterns and transitions represent a new paradigm in public administration and hold the promise of greater freedom of political expression and improved material well-being.
...There are, however, some lessons learned about the organizational dynamics that are necessary to governmental reform. Among them:
    ° Some kind of shock may be needed to force change.
    ° High level support is necessary to implement reform.
    ° Reform programs need clear visions, objectives and priorities.
    ° The organization needs its most capable people in charge, all of its employees -- and its clients -- involved.
    ° Technology is not a panacea; it is a tool.
    ° New systems should be tested before they are implemented.
...The report goes on to discuss the societal context of public management. Are successful reform initiatives replicable across a variety of societies? Using the OECD countries, the Asian tigers (Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong) and the developing countries, the conference participants examined those issues.
In the OECD countries, economists and politicians were the driving force for public management reform. Their policies -- particularly the use of market mechanisms and the increasing role of the private sector -- remain controversial in the public management community. The three countries that have most fervently embraced these new paradigms are now rediscovering the virtue of old values. Australia is now implementing a "new professionalism" in its civil service. New Zealand has reiterated the collective interest of government relative to departmental autonomy and the UK has reasserted the importance of the civil service's role as policy advisor.
                Why would "some kind of shock" be needed to force change and what kind of change are they talking about?  Obviously, if your intent is to implement global systems of "governance" run by professional managers trained in a communitarian system of mind control, people are going to object.  When their history, heritage and culture are being erased or changed for no apparent reason - or for reasons that make no sense, they will try to stop it.  When the communitarian managers hit a roadblock, they blow it up... and then use "terrorism" as the excuse for the change they wanted to implement anyway.  And we are seeing these changes everywhere - and nowhere.  Everywhere because our systems of government are changing - and nowhere because the changes are administrative from the bowels of government and our institutions.  To find these communist bast*rds, we have to look at the administrative levels of government and at their front-group NGO change agents.
Since this document references the OECD, we'll look at them first.   It should be noted the information below was recovered from the Internet Archive.  The current OECD website has different pages with this information but for my purposes, the archived versions were better.

Organization for European Co-Operation and Development (OECD)
OECD's origins

The forerunner of the OECD was the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (OEEC), which was formed to administer American and Canadian aid under the Marshall Plan for reconstruction of Europe after World War II. Since it took over from the OEEC in 1961, the OECD vocation has been to build strong economies in its member countries, improve efficiency, hone market systems, expand free trade and contribute to development in industrialised as well as developing countries.
After more than three decades, the OECD is moving beyond a focus on its own countries and is setting its analytical sights on those countries-today nearly the whole world - that embrace the market economy. The Organisation is, for example, putting the benefit of its accumulated experience to the service of emerging market economies, particularly in the countries that are making their transition from centrally-planned to capitalist systems. And it is engaging in increasingly detailed policy dialogue with dynamic economies in Asia and Latin America.
But its scope is changing in other ways too. The matrix is moving from consideration of each policy area within each member country to analysis of how various policy areas interact with each other, across countries and even beyond the OECD area. How social policy affects the way economies operate, for example. Or how globalisation will change the world's economies by opening new perspectives for growth, or perhaps trigger resistance manifested in protectionism.
As it opens to many new contacts around the world, the OECD will broaden its scope, looking ahead to a post-industrial age in which it aims to tightly weave OECD economies into a yet more prosperous and increasingly knowledge-based world economy.
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The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Founded in 1961, replacing the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (OEEC) which had been established in 1948 in conjunction with the Marshall Plan. The main aims of the OECD are to promote policies designed to:

• Achieve the highest sustainable economic growth and employment and a rising standard of living in Member countries, while maintaining financial stability, and thus contributing to the development of the world economy.
• Contribute to sound economic expansion in Member countries as well as non-member economies in the process of development.
• Contribute to the expansion of world trade on a multilateral, non-discriminatory basis in accordance with international obligations.
At the annual meeting of the OECD Council at Ministerial Level in 1998, Ministers agreed to interpret the term ‘sustainable’ in the aims of the Organisation as including social and environmental, as well as economic, considerations.

The OECD and the Environment
Amongst the early landmarks in the OECD's work on environmental policy was the historic Recommendation by the OECD Council in 1972 on the 'Polluter Pays Principle'.
Complemented by the 'User Pays Principle', it is one of a number of principles which the OECD has espoused in the last three decades to encourage the integration of environmental and economic policy. Its focus on trade liberalisation is more problematic for environmental organisations.
In order to better understand how environmental and economic forces and trends interact the OECD Environmental Outlook was prepared in 2001.
In response to the analysis in the OECD Environmental Outlook, OECD Environment Ministers agreed, in 2001, an ambitious Environmental Strategy for the first decade of the 21st century. The strategy sets out clear directions for environmentally sustainable policies and includes these key objectives:

·         maintaining the integrity of ecosystems through the efficient management of natural resources.
·         enhancing the quality of life.
·         global environmental interdependence.
·         Improving governance and co-operation.

OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2012
This is the 18th edition of the Agricultural Outlook and the eighth prepared jointly with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). It brings together the commodity, policy and country expertise of both organisations, and input from collaborating member countries. The report provides world market trends for biofuels, cereals, oilseeds, sugar, meats, fish and dairy products over the 2012-2021 period and contains an evaluation of recent developments, and key issues and uncertainties in those commodity markets. A jointly-developed modelling system, based on the OECD’s AGLINK and on the FAO’s COSIMO models, facilitates consistency in the projections. This edition includes a special feature on the challenge of increasing agricultural productivity growth in a sustainable manner.
Jonathan Turley
Propaganda 104: Magica Verba Est Scientia Et Ars Es
“Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepest despair; they can transfer knowledge from teacher to student; words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions. Words are capable of arousing the strongest emotions and prompting all men’s actions.”
– Sigmund Freud

“One man’s ‘magic’ is another man’s engineering. ‘Supernatural’ is a null word.”
– Robert A. Heinlein

Words are magic . . . or so it seems. Words can make people change their minds. Words can make others take actions even against their own best interests. Words can shape the world, determine the fate of nations and people, create and destroy. However, as Robert Heinlein noted, one man’s magic is another man’s engineering and in the modern world, propaganda is the most engineered form of communication possible.

Magica verba est scientia et ars es.
The magic of words is science and art.

The science is in the methodology and psychology of execution. The art is in making the message appealing. This is the essence of rhetoric. How is this so?  Let us first consider the methodologies of propaganda as a form of rhetoric before we look at the psychology behind these tactics. Although the psychology applies to both negative (black), positive (white) and value neutral (grey) uses of propaganda, in the context of this portion of the discussion, the word “propaganda” should be viewed with its maximum possible negative value load, i.e. the kind of bad propaganda designed to get you to act against your best interests or to harm others. Why? Because many of these tactics favored modern political polemicists are rooted in logical fallacies and outright lies. Knowing “snakes” as a category isn’t as useful as knowing “pit vipers” as a sub-category when the survival of the species can be at stake so we’ll consider the dangerous kinds of propaganda first. Why? Because if you treat all snakes like they are dangerous, then you are less likely to get bitten.

The Façade of Reason – The Role of Logical Fallacies in Propaganda

First, we need to differentiate between the terms “strategy” and “tactics”.  Strategy is defined in relevant part by Webster’s as “the science and art of employing the political, economic, psychological, and military forces of a nation or group of nations to afford the maximum support to adopted policies in peace or war”.  Tactics, by contrast, is defined in relevant part by Webster’s as “the art or skill of employing available means to accomplish an end” and “the study of the grammatical relations within a language including morphology and syntax”. By better understanding the tactics of propagandists, you not only gain a certain degree of immunity from their influence, but insight into their strategic ends.
Many of these tactics rely upon logical fallacies. Etymologically speaking, most everyone knows that fallacies are falsehoods, but for the purposes of this discussion consider again Webster’s definition in relevant part in that a fallacy is “an often plausible argument using false or invalid inference”. This is one of the reasons logicians are arduously trained to spot fallacies and why they are so dangerous to the consumer. Logical fallacies but especially informal logical fallacies can provide a façade of reason, a mask of legitimacy, to an argument but are in fact logically and/or factually flawed. They accomplish this by being subtle flaws and/or appealing to naturally occurring predispositions in human psychology. This can range from being simply wrong or mistaken to deliberate lies depending upon the speaker and their possible motivations for inciting you to adopt their stance on an issue or in taking or failing to take a given action. Illogic is simply illogic unless the speaker is intentionally trying to be misleading. Not everyone who is illogical is a propagandist, but at some level, every propagandist preys upon illogic and uses illogic as a tool to convince you of a reality that does not exist.
By knowing the tactics and methodology of propagandists, you can deconstruct their statements, allowing you to sort through the truths and the lies; to think about the issues as they are without the filter of their perceptions and goals steering your thinking. By deconstruction of their statements, you can find the truth. Truthful decisions, no matter how ugly the truth might be, are always better than misinformed decisions or decisions made upon prime facie lies. Although a famous Roman Emperor once said that truth is a perspective, he also said that . . .
    “If someone is able to show me that what I think or do is not right, I will happily change, for I seek the truth, by which no one was ever truly harmed. It is the person who continues in his self-deception and ignorance who is harmed.”
― Marcus Aurelius

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From French voiture omnibus, from Latin omnibus
From Latin omnibus (“for all”), dative plural of omnis (“all”)

    (dated) A vehicle set up to carry many people (now usually called a bus).
    An anthology of previously released material linked together by theme or author, especially in book form.
    A broadcast program consisting of all of the episodes of a serial that have been shown in the previous week.
        The omnibus edition of "The Archers" is broadcast every Sunday morning at 11.00.
    (philately) A stamp issue, usually commemorative, that appears simultaneously in several countries as a joint issue.
omnibus (not comparable)
    Containing multiple items
        The legislature enacted an omnibus appropriations bill.
broom wagon
    vehicle that follows a race, picking up stragglers
    broom wagon
(obsolete) vehicle
From Latin vectura
AOCS Goes to Washington
By Rob Gray
Public Eye

Clothed in secrecy since its founding in 1981, the Council for National Policy is a virtual who's who of the Hard Right. Its membership comprises the Right's Washington operatives and politicians, its financiers, and its hard-core religious arm.
The Hard Right utilizes the CNP's three-times-a-year secret meetings to plan its strategy for implementing the radical right agenda. It is here that the organizers and activists meet with the financial backers who put up the money to carry out their agenda.
Because CNP rules state that "meetings are closed to the media and the general public" and "our membership list is strictly confidential and should not be shared outside the Council," the mainstream press knows very little about the CNP. Through this site, and the Freedom Writer, the Institute for First Amendment Studies is, for the first time, revealing the activities and current membership of the Council for National Policy.
We suggest that readers check your state list for CNP members and contact your local newspaper. We encourage you to use our press release, "Cover Lifted on Secret Conservative Group," available from this site.
World Council of Churches
A worldwide fellowship of 349 churches seeking unity, a common witness and Christian service
Together churches can speak out with a strong voice to promote peace, justice and care for God's creation.
Political attitude or ideology denoting a preference for institutions and practices that have evolved historically and are thus manifestations of continuity and stability. It was first expressed in the modern era through the works of Edmund Burke in reaction to the French Revolution, which Burke believed tarnished its ideals through its excesses. Conservatives believe that the implementation of change should be minimal and gradual; they appreciate history and are more realistic than idealistic. Well-known conservative parties include the British Conservative Party, the German Christian Democratic Union, the U.S. Republican Party, and the Japanese Liberal-Democratic Party. Christian Democracy; liberalism.
A political ideology centred upon the individual (see individualism), thought of as possessing rights against the government, including rights of due process under the law, equality of respect, freedom of expression and action, and freedom from religious and ideological constraint. Liberalism is attacked from the left as the ideology of free markets, with no defence against the accumulation of wealth and power in the hands of a few, and as lacking any analysis of the social and political nature of persons. It is attacked from the right as insufficiently sensitive to the value of settled institutions and customs, or to the need for social structure and constraint in providing the matrix for individual freedoms.
Pedagogy is the holistic science of education. It may be implemented in practice as a personal and holistic approach of socialising and upbringing children and young people. The term is not to be confused with social pedagogy, where society (represented by social pedagogues) holds a bigger part of the responsibility of the citizen's (often with mental or physical disabilities) well-being.
Pedagogy is also occasionally referred to as the correct use of instructive strategies (see instructional theory). For example, Paulo Freire referred to his method of teaching people as "critical pedagogy". In correlation with those instructive strategies the instructor's own philosophical beliefs of instruction are harbored and governed by the pupil's background knowledge and experience, situation, and environment, as well as learning goals set by the student and teacher. One example would be the Socratic schools of thought.
An instructor develops conceptual knowledge and manages the content of learning activities in pedagogical settings. This is consistent with the Cognitivism of Piaget, 1926, 1936/1975; Bruner, 1960, 1966, 1971, 1986; and Vygotsky, 1962 where sequential development of individual mental processes such as recognize, recall, analyze, reflect, apply, create, understand, and evaluate are scaffolded. The learning technique is adoptive learning of procedures, organization, and structure to develop an internal cognitive structure that strengthens synapses in the brain. The learner requires assistance to develop prior knowledge and integrate new knowledge using Verbal/Linguistic and Logical/Mathematical intelligences. The learner must learn how to learn while developing existing schema and adopting knowledge from both people and the environment. This is low order learning of conceptual knowledge, techniques, procedures, and algorithmic problem solving.
A pedagogue is a practitioner of pedagogy. The term is primarily used for individuals who occupy jobs in pre-school education (such as kindergartens and nurseries) in Scandinavia. But can occupy various kinds of jobs e.g. in retirement homes, prisons, orphanages, and human resource managements. These are often recognised as social pedagogues as they perform on behalf of society.
The pedagogue's job is usually distinguished from teachers by primarily focusing on teaching children life-preparing knowledge such as social skills and cultural norms etc. There is also a very big focus on care and well-being of the child. Many pedagogical institutions also practice social inclusion. The pedagogue's work also consists of supporting the child in his or her mental- and social development.
In Denmark all pedagogues are trained at a series of national institutes for social educators located in all major cities. The programme is a 3.5 year academic course giving the student the title of a Bachelor in Social Education.
Deadline Live
Breaking: Colorado Massacre Linked To Historic Bank Fraud? YES! and this also follows the Batman Rising (Phoenix) plot perfectly!
By Jack Blood
The Real News
The LIBOR Fraud
Bruno Iksil
Bruno Michel Iksil, nicknamed the London Whale (for his risky trades) and Voldemort (for his supposed power on Wall Street) is a Soviet-born Jewish trader who worked for the London office of JPMorgan Chase who is held responsible for losses up to $9 billion. Reportedly he began working for JPMorgan in 2005 and lives in Paris, commuting to London. Understood to be married with four children, Iksil is said to guard his privacy.
In 2011, Iksil, also known as "Caveman" for his aggressive trades, bet approximately $1 billion that some companies would default and earned JPMorgan a windfall of $450 million. He was so powerful and so bullish in early 2012 that his trades alone may have moved the index, according to New York magazine. After "the disastrous $2 billion trading loss related to derivatives in the bank's chief investment office in London" became known in May 2012, he was "stripped of his trading responsibilities."
Lincoln and his Dick invented greenbacks

Real Currencies
Lincoln was indeed a Money Power Agent
The Truth About Abraham Lincoln
[Author Unknown]
    "We must realize that our party's most powerful weapon is racial tension.  By propounding into the consciousness of the dark races that for centuries they have been oppressed by the whites, we can mould them to the program of the Communist Party.  In America we will aim for subtle victory.  While inflaming the Negro minority against the whites, we will endeavor to install in the whites a guilt complex for their exploitation of the Negroes.  We will aid the Negroes to rise in prominence in every walk of life, in the professions and in the world of sports and entertainment.  With this prestige, the Negro will be able to intermarry with the whites and begin a process which will deliver America to our cause."
    --Israel Cohen, A Racial Program For The 20th Century (1912)
    quoted by Congressman Abernathy, Congressional Record (1957), p. 8559
Real Currencies
Social Credit

If Reality is Ignored or Disregarded, When Do We Become a State Against Its People?
Batman Massacre: WHY and HOW and WHO
Will The REAL James Holmes
Please Stand Up?
False Flag in Aurora CO. At The Dark Night Rises Premiere
Event Horizon Chronicle
This Whole Planet Is A Compartmentalized Operation

James Holmes Massacre - Police and Fire Dept. Radio Recordings - The Coverup Exposed
The scariest 'mind control' drug in the world
Obama calls for gun control deal in wake of Colorado cinema shootings
US president takes election risk, saying parties should co-operate and assault weapons 'do not belong on our streets'
Natural News
30 years of secret, official transcripts prove vaccine schedules in US and UK are based on government lies
The vaccination policy and the Code of Practice of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI): are they at odds?
By Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD
Does Conventional Medical Training Destroy Empathy? 
A surprisingly consistent body of research exists indicating that conventional medical training actually reduces practitioner empathy. What is worse, the decline in empathy appears even more pronounced at the time that the curriculum shifts towards patient-care activities.
In one study published in 2009 in the journal Academic Medicine entitled "The devil is in the third year: a longitudinal study of erosion of empathy in medical school," the authors conclude:
    It is ironic that the erosion of empathy occurs during a time when the curriculum is shifting toward patient-care activities; this is when empathy is most essential."
In another, higher-powered systematic review published in the same journal last year entitled "Empathy decline and its reasons: a systematic review of studies with medical students and residents," researchers looked at data from 1990-2010, which included 18 studies, and found:
    The five longitudinal and two cross-sectional studies of residents showed a decrease in empathy during residency. The studies pointed to the clinical practice phase of training and the distress produced by aspects of the "hidden," "formal," and "informal" curricula as main reasons for empathy decline."
They Concluded
    The results of the reviewed studies, especially those with longitudinal data, suggest that empathy decline during medical school and residency compromises striving toward professionalism and may threaten health care quality."
While the ironic decline of empathy associated with clinical practice during medical training is cause for concern, what may be even more disturbing is that the decline in empathy persists after training has ended.
In a 2005 study published in Academic Medicine and entitled "Mood change and empathy decline persist during three years of internal medicine training," researchers noted that some of the mood disturbances and declines in empathy associated with residency/internship "never fully recover," indicating that conventional medical training may produce real, diagnosable psychological traumas that may never be fully resolved and may adversely affect the quality of healthcare provided.
Empathy, after all, has concrete and measurable therapeutic effects in others. In 2009, researchers found that practitioner empathy reduced the duration of the common cold in their patients. Conversely, a negative and/or indifferent attitude towards the patient has measurable adverse effects, also known as the nocebo effect.  Indeed, our recent article titled, "Research: Some Cancer Diagnoses Kill You Quicker Than the Cancer," discusses the finding that the risk of suicide is 12 times higher and the risk of heart-related death 6 times higher during the first week following a cancer diagnosis versus those who were diagnosed cancer free.
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Magnesium is used in hundreds of processes in the body and is found in all your tissues.
Most modern western diets are extremely deficient in magnesium. Processed foods, meat, and dairy have no magnesium. Magnesium is quickly depleted from the body during times of stress and with the consumption of alcohol and coffee. The RDA for magnesium, 400mg per day, is less than half of what people consumed before modern food processing.
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Mark Twain: Corn-pone Opinions
FIFTY YEARS AGO, when I was a boy of fifteen and helping to inhabit a Missourian village on the banks of the Mississippi, I had a friend whose society was very dear to me because I was forbidden by my mother to partake of it. He was a gay and impudent and satirical and delightful young black man -a slave -who daily preached sermons from the top of his master's woodpile, with me for sole audience. He imitated the pulpit style of the several clergymen of the village, and did it well, and with fine passion and energy. To me he was a wonder. I believed he was the greatest orator in the United States and would some day be heard from. But it did not happen; in the distribution of rewards he was overlooked. It is the way, in this world.

He interrupted his preaching, now and then, to saw a stick of wood; but the sawing was a pretense -he did it with his mouth; exactly imitating the sound the bucksaw makes in shrieking its way through the wood. But it served its purpose; it kept his master from coming out to see how the work was getting along. I listened to the sermons from the open window of a lumber room at the back of the house. One of his texts was this:

"You tell me whar a man gits his corn pone, en I'll tell you what his 'pinions is."

I can never forget it. It was deeply impressed upon me. By my mother. Not upon my memory, but elsewhere. She had slipped in upon me while I was absorbed and not watching. The black philosopher's idea was that a man is not independent, and cannot afford views which might interfere with his bread and butter. If he would prosper, he must train with the majority; in matters of large moment, like politics and religion, he must think and feel with the bulk of his neighbors, or suffer damage in his social standing and in his business prosperities. He must restrict himself to corn-pone opinions -- at least on the surface. He must get his opinions from other people; he must reason out none for himself; he must have no first-hand views.

I think Jerry was right, in the main, but I think he did not go far enough.

1. It was his idea that a man conforms to the majority view of his locality by calculation and intention. This happens, but I think it is not the rule.

2. It was his idea that there is such a thing as a first-hand opinion; an original opinion; an opinion which is coldly reasoned out in a man's head, by a searching analysis of the facts involved, with the heart unconsulted, and the jury room closed against outside influences. It may be that such an opinion has been born somewhere, at some time or other, but I suppose it got away before they could catch it and stuff it and put it in the museum.

I am persuaded that a coldly-thought-out and independent verdict upon a fashion in clothes, or manners, or literature, or politics, or religion, or any other matter that is projected into the field of our notice and interest, is a most rare thing -- if it has indeed ever existed.

A new thing in costume appears -- the flaring hoopskirt, for example -- and the passers-by are shocked, and the irreverent laugh. Six months later everybody is reconciled; the fashion has established itself; it is admired, now, and no one laughs. Public opinion resented it before, public opinion accepts it now, and is happy in it. Why? Was the resentment reasoned out? Was the acceptance reasoned out? No. The instinct that moves to conformity did the work. It is our nature to conform; it is a force which not many can successfully resist. What is its seat? The inborn requirement of self-approval. We all have to bow to that; there are no exceptions. Even the woman who refuses from first to last to wear the hoop skirt comes under that law and is its slave; she could not wear the skirt and have her own approval; and that she must have, she cannot help herself. But as a rule our self-approval has its source in but one place and not elsewhere -- the approval of other people. A person of vast consequences can introduce any kind of novelty in dress and the general world will presently adopt it -- moved to do it, in the first place, by the natural instinct to passively yield to that vague something recognized as authority, and in the second place by the human instinct to train with the multitude and have its approval. An empress introduced the hoopskirt, and we know the result. A nobody introduced the bloomer, and we know the result. If Eve should come again, in her ripe renown, and reintroduce her quaint styles -- well, we know what would happen. And we should be cruelly embarrassed, along at first.

The hoopskirt runs its course and disappears. Nobody reasons about it. One woman abandons the fashion; her neighbor notices this and follows her lead; this influences the next woman; and so on and so on, and presently the skirt has vanished out of the world, no one knows how nor why, nor cares, for that matter. It will come again, by and by and in due course will go again.

Twenty-five years ago, in England, six or eight wine glasses stood grouped by each person's plate at a dinner party, and they were used, not left idle and empty; to-day there are but three or four in the group, and the average guest sparingly uses about two of them. We have not adopted this new fashion yet, but we shall do it presently. We shall not think it out; we shall merely conform, and let it go at that. We get our notions and habits and opinions from outside influences; we do not have to study them out.

Our table manners, and company manners, and street manners change from time to time, but the changes are not reasoned out; we merely notice and conform. We are creatures of outside influences; as a rule we do not think, we only imitate. We cannot invent standards that will stick; what we mistake for standards are only fashions, and perishable. We may continue to admire them, but we drop the use of them. We notice this in literature. Shakespeare is a standard, and fifty years ago we used to write tragedies which we couldn't tell from -- from somebody else's; but we don't do it any more, now. Our prose standard, three quarters of a century ago, was ornate and diffuse; some authority or other changed it in the direction of compactness and simplicity, and conformity followed, without argument. The historical novel starts up suddenly, and sweeps the land. Everybody writes one, and the nation is glad. We had historical novels before; but nobody read them, and the rest of us conformed -- without reasoning it out. We are conforming in the other way, now, because it is another case of everybody.

The outside influences are always pouring in upon us, and we are always obeying their orders and accepting their verdicts. The Smiths like the new play; the Joneses go to see it, and they copy the Smith verdict. Morals, religions, politics, get their following from surrounding influences and atmospheres, almost entirely; not from study, not from thinking. A man must and will have his own approval first of all, in each and every moment and circumstance of his life -- even if he must repent of a self-approved act the moment after its commission, in order to get his self-approval again: but, speaking in general terms, a man's self-approval in the large concerns of life has its source in the approval of the peoples about him, and not in a searching personal examination of the matter. Mohammedans are Mohammedans because they are born and reared among that sect, not because they have thought it out and can furnish sound reasons for being Mohammedans; we know why Catholics are Catholics; why Presbyterians are Presbyterians; why Baptists are Baptists; why Mormons are Mormons; why thieves are thieves; why monarchists are monarchists; why Republicans are Republicans and Democrats, Democrats. We know it is a matter of association and sympathy, not reasoning and examination; that hardly a man in the world has an opinion upon morals, politics, or religion which he got otherwise than through his associations and sympathies. Broadly speaking, there are none but corn-pone opinions. And broadly speaking, corn-pone stands for self-approval. Self-approval is acquired mainly from the approval of other people. The result is conformity. Sometimes conformity has a sordid business interest -- the bread-and-butter interest -- but not in most cases, I think. I think that in the majority of cases it is unconscious and not calculated; that it is born of the human being's natural yearning to stand well with his fellows and have their inspiring approval and praise -- a yearning which is commonly so strong and so insistent that it cannot be effectually resisted, and must have its way. A political emergency brings out the corn-pone opinion in fine force in its two chief varieties -- the pocketbook variety, which has its origin in self-interest, and the bigger variety, the sentimental variety -- the one which can't bear to be outside the pale; can't bear to be in disfavor; can't endure the averted face and the cold shoulder; wants to stand well with his friends, wants to be smiled upon, wants to be welcome, wants to hear the precious words, "He's on the right track!" Uttered, perhaps by an ass, but still an ass of high degree, an ass whose approval is gold and diamonds to a smaller ass, and confers glory and honor and happiness, and membership in the herd. For these gauds many a man will dump his life-long principles into the street, and his conscience along with them. We have seen it happen. In some millions of instances.

Men think they think upon great political questions, and they do; but they think with their party, not independently; they read its literature, but not that of the other side; they arrive at convictions, but they are drawn from a partial view of the matter in hand and are of no particular value. They swarm with their party, they feel with their party, they are happy in their party's approval; and where the party leads they will follow, whether for right and honor, or through blood and dirt and a mush of mutilated morals.

In our late canvass half of the nation passionately believed that in silver lay salvation, the other half as passionately believed that that way lay destruction. Do you believe that a tenth part of the people, on either side, had any rational excuse for having an opinion about the matter at all? I studied that mighty question to the bottom -- came out empty. Half of our people passionately believe in high tariff, the other half believe otherwise. Does this mean study and examination, or only feeling? The latter, I think. I have deeply studied that question, too -- and didn't arrive. We all do no end of feeling, and we mistake it for thinking. And out of it we get an aggregation which we consider a boon. Its name is Public Opinion. It is held in reverence. It settles everything. Some think it the Voice of God.
Hackers and Painters
 Big Ideas from the Computer Age
By Paul Graham
“The computer world is like an intellectual Wild West, in which you can shoot anyone you wish with your ideas, if you're willing to risk the consequences.”
 --from Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age, by Paul Graham

We are living in the computer age, in a world increasingly designed and engineered by computer programmers and software designers, by people who call themselves hackers. Who are these people, what motivates them, and why should you care?
Consider these facts: Everything around us is turning into computers. Your typewriter is gone, replaced by a computer. Your phone has turned into a computer. So has your camera. Soon your TV will. Your car was not only designed on computers, but has more processing power in it than a room-sized mainframe did in 1970. Letters, encyclopedias, newspapers, and even your local store are being replaced by the Internet.
Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age, by Paul Graham, explains this world and the motivations of the people who occupy it. In clear, thoughtful prose that draws on illuminating historical examples, Graham takes readers on an unflinching exploration into what he calls "an intellectual Wild West."
The ideas discussed in this book will have a powerful and lasting impact on how we think, how we work, how we develop technology, and how we live. Topics include the importance of beauty in software design, how to make wealth, heresy and free speech, the programming language renaissance, the open-source movement, digital design, internet startups, and more.
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GAIA (or Gaea) was the Protogenos (primeval divinity) of earth, one of the primal elements who first emerged at the dawn of creation, along with air, sea and sky. She was the great mother of all : the heavenly gods were descended from her union with Ouranos (the sky), the sea-gods from her union with Pontos (the sea), the Gigantes from her mating with Tartaros (the hell-pit) and mortal creatures were sprung or born from her earthy flesh.
In myth Gaia appears as the prime opponent of the heavenly gods. First she rebelled against her husband Ouranos (Sky) who had imprisoned her sons in her womb. Then later, when her son Kronos defied her by imprisoning these same sons, she assisted Zeus in his overthrow of the Titan. Finally she came into conflict with Zeus, angered with him for the binding of her Titan-sons in the pit of Tartaros. In her opposition she first produced the tribe of Gigantes and later the monster Typhoeus to dethrone him, but both failed in both attempts.
In the ancient Greek cosmology earth was conceived as a flat disk encircled by the river Okeanos, and topped above by the solid dome of heaven and below by the great pit of Tartaros. She herself supported the sea and mountains upon her breast.
Gaia was depicted as a buxom, matronly woman, half risen from the earth (as in the image right) in Greek vase painting. She was portrayed as inseparable from her native element. In mosaic art, Gaia appears as a full-figured, reclining woman, often clothed in green, and sometimes accompanied by grain spirits--the Karpoi.

Map by Abraham Ortelius, Amsterdam 1572: at the top left Oceanvs Hyperborevs separates Iceland from Greenland
In Greek mythology the Hyperboreans were a mythical people who lived far to the north of Thrace. The Greeks thought that Boreas, the North Wind, lived in Thrace, and that therefore Hyperborea was an unspecified region in the northern lands that lay beyond the north wind. Their land, called Hyperborea or Hyperboria – "beyond the Boreas" – was perfect, with the sun shining twenty-four hours a day, which to modern ears suggests a possible location within the Arctic Circle.
The Arimaspi were a legendary people of northern Scythia who lived in the foothills of the Riphean Mountains, variously identified with the Ural Mountains or the Carpathians. All tales of their struggles with the gold-guarding griffins in the Hyperborean lands near the cave of Boreas, the North Wind (Geskleithron), had their origin in a lost work by Aristeas, reported in Herodotus.
"Age Of Cataclysm" 1974 Book Written By Alfred Webre-Quotes included-doomsday scenarios
The Age of Cataclysm
Is the World as We Know It about to End?
How Man Can Survive the Impending Disasters
By Alfred L. Webre and Philip H. Liss
THE AGE OF CATACLYSM, prophetic book, now required reading about predicted impacts of a 2013 dual sun flyby
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Krymsk: The Flood
(RT documentary)
It happened suddenly at night. There was no electricity; no help was coming. Streets became rivers and houses were drowned by meters of water. A deluge of mud and water swept through the city. People tried to survive by any means. Some sought refuge on their roofs; others scrambled up trees. Rescue services and volunteers flocked in the next day, but it was too late - 171 lives had been claimed by the onslaught. All the people of the city of Krymsk hope for now that such a disastrous flood will never happen again.
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EARTH CHANGES: A Spiritual Approach
By Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd
Exopolitics: The coming Galactic Superwave


EXOPOLITICS INTERVIEW with Alfred Lambremont Webre


"The Aviary" is a collection of strange birds:
a group of key scientists, military men and intelligence agents who share an intense interest in UFOs, telepathy, remote viewing, parapsychology, mind control and the creation of psychotronic weapons.
By William Dean Ross
The One World Government and One World Religion will not succeed in forming as long as there are differences in thought. All other political and religious belief systems must be eliminated by a variety of methods through the press, television, movies, and educational mediums.
The New World Order philosophy is to subdue passively in the beginning, but aggressively near the end. It is now accepted because it appears to be for peace and prosperity. Later, when the majority of political and military power-elite has accepted it, it will show itself for what it really is very violent and aristocratic.
The New World Religion is pushing for the ‘hive mentality’ with the achieved collective consciousness, harmonic convergence of oneness of mind. There will be no room for any personal opinion or individual thought process. Persons that choose a separate route will be eliminated.
In 1989 when George Bush, Sr., and Mikhail Gorbachev shook hands the nobility of Black Arts Occultism converged with Socialist "oneness of mind" and atheism. This ‘Unity through Diversity’ doctrine was a must with our CSETI/NASA Group in Project Falling Star. When the group was together and had an honest oneness of purpose, the UFOs would come to us. I entered some sort of altered state of mind and UFOs would communicate with me by ESP. I knew which mountain to go to and they would show up.
The New World Order is constructively socially engineering all societies on earth to meet this purpose. The people that I was associated with in "Riders on the Storm" have been working to achieve the New World Order for quite some time. Some of the spin-doctors have been under CIA pay and/or the training and dictates of the Tavistock and Stanford think-tanks. One must wonder why a medical doctor like Steve Greer who has not practiced medicine very long, would be chasing UFOs and who is paying him? Why is it Greer and Dr. Alfred Webre (lawyer and environmentalist) appear on the most popular UFO and Globalist shows like Art Bell’s, "Coast to Coast" and Jeff Rense’s, "Sightings" and they have no evidence to prove their so-called experiences.
The majority of the media is dancing to the beat of the spin-doctors in radio, television, newspapers and movies. Those people that were really on the inside of any Black Science or Black Operations projects are barred from the media until the World Federalists have eliminated them by death or imprisonment or have converted them to their agenda through a variety of mind control techniques.
I am convinced that any effort to stop this New World Order is useless. Certain political and religious resistance may slow it down; but, you will never win America back. The situation is too far-gone.
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Bertrand Russell: Dupe of Racist Jews—including Physicists

I'm interested in Bertrand Russell, mainly because of his wide range of topics, including, as well as philosophy and mathematics, some scientific topics, plus world history, and literature, though not art. And his literary style (modelled on Milton, and on Baedecker guidebooks, he said). And his reformist passion. And something else—his apparently wide experience of influential people. Russell regarded his principal work as his book co-written with A N Whitehead, 'Principia Mathematica'—the title no doubt modelled on Newton's. Toward the end of his life he seems to have regarded mathematics as just an elaborate set of tautologies. He was also an aristocratic reformer type, belonging to the political part of the aristocracy rather than the landowers, and an Independent Labour Party supporter, and later a Labour Party supporter, until he became aware of war crimes in Vietnam. He also campaigned against nuclear weapons, though he never had any doubts as to their existence.

Russell's Autobiography states that 'the founder of my family had been a protégé' of Henry VIII. Henry VIII re-introduced interest on money. Possibly Russell's ancestors were promoted after Cromwell and then the 'Glorious Revolution', as a result of being pro-Jewish, though I doubt Russell would ever have stated this. His Autobiography mentions Kingston Russell House, in Dorset, an 18th century building, and the village where his family 'began its more notable career', which is consistent with wealth coinciding with the enclosures. (I haven't attempted to inspect Russell's family tree, which included the Stanleys and of course must have included others). Many people feel loyalty to, or fear leaving, some organisation (nation, NASA, company, army, teaching place, home town, country, church, university...). Russell's main loyalty *may* have been to 'Jews'. His grandfather, Lord John Russell, had something to do with 19th century pro-Jewish reforms; Portraits from Memory has Bertrand's account of the repeal of the Test Act, and the repeal of the Corporation Act, in 1828, when Lord John Russell was 35. These were to do with taking the sacrament of the Lord's supper and denying transubstantiation. Bertrand Russell says this was Lord John Russell's 'first great achievement', and described 50 years later, when he (Bertrand) was nearly 6, a 'large gathering of earnest men on the lawn in front of our house'; these were 'nonconformists', though Lord John was too ill to see them. The same meeting is described for example in Life of Lord John Russell by Spencer Walpole. However, 'nonconformist' (and 'dissenter') appear to be vaguely worded—they could be English or Welsh Protestant Christians, or include Methodists, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, Baptists and Quakers—or include Jews. No doubt the meaning subtly changed.

The thesis of this piece is that Bertrand Russell naïvely assumed, all his life, that tribal and race-based cults (Confucianism, Hinduism, but especially Judaism and Mohammedanism) were on the same footing as the potentially universal Chistianity. Bertrand Russell wrote that 'the carrying of the Reform Bill in 1832, ... started Britain on the course that led to complete democracy.' But possibly the rather bogus forms of 'democracy' that have developed had the same root—certainly some people maintain that the Constitutional monarchy with nominal opposition, was, along with company law, Jewish control of money, and one-sided free speech, Jewish-inspired. Russell's unqualified adulation of Bentham, the legal reformer, who was connected with the formation of the non-Church of England University College, might suggest something similar. (See Freedom and Organization 1814-1914). And Russell almost never comments on the post-Napoleonic effects of the Rothschilds on Britain's wealthy families—admittedly a taboo topic in almost all 19th century English writing; I know of no novel dealing with impoverishment of English families as a result of that deception. This provides a convincing explanation of Russell's deeply-ingrained omission of any criticism of Jews, including their historical origin, while at the same time he allowed himself to freely mock almost any other category of white humankind, apart from his fellow students at Cambridge.

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A Crypto-Jewish Secret Wedding by Anita Rodriguez. (photo credit: Anita Rodriguez/JTA)
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‘Growing up in Taos, I quickly learned that it was taboo to ask people about their religion’
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Who chose 'The Chosen'?

. . . and where do the Jews get off
saying they're better than everyone else?

By John Kaminski

Why were 'the Chosen' chosen?
Who chose them to be 'the Chosen'?
And the biggest question of all — chosen for what?

This choice translates today as the right to shoot children and harvest their organs by claiming their victims, according to their holy books, weren't humans at all — but only beasts, only grasshoppers, only cockroaches, whose possessions belong only to the Jews.
This choice translates today as the right to control the world by controlling its contracts, and exacting the kosher tax — that strong-armed paradigm of ill-gotten gain — from every transaction in every country.
This choice translates today as a billion televisions throughout the world all owned and controlled by the same group of predators who confabulate endless reasons for war and glorify the gun as the symbol of justice and the purpose of life.
Can you not see this as it dominates every headline in the world today?
This choice translates today as the ugly network of lies that engulfs our lives in the self-serving and profitable falsehoods of artificial reality, which benefit no one but the people operating the scam, plus their slaves.
All over Israel, rabbis clamor for blood, for the right to kill others simply because they are not Jews.
Where did they get this authority? And who gave it to them?

In ancient Sumer (c. 4000-2000 BC), god and king were one and the same person until these Fertile Crescent cultures were destroyed by cataclysm and flood. After these catastrophes, the gods had become statues that kings talked to, a separation in the mind between human and idol. These stone statuettes eventually stopped talking in the minds of their adherents, but what was written down regarding this peculiar psychological process is the foundation of all the world's holy books most people know.
Abraham was the first banker who insisted he had a right to enslave Egypt because he was sent by God. Who was this God? The imaginary power broker invented by the first rabbis — Daniel, Ezra and their ilk — in Babylon that created the whole Solomon myth by an imaginative twisting of history — a technique that has captured the minds of every human being ever since and is witnessed today in the glittering yet manipulated extravaganzas of modern mainstream media.
Every Western religion is simply a garbled mistranslation of the world's oldest repository of religious literature, the Hindu canon with its multiplicity of gods and divinity dominant in everything that lives. The finest European philosophers extolled the virtues of understanding the divine emanations of Brahma, and forthright Indian philosophers like Sri Aurobindo can routinely blow away the entire corpus of Western religion with a single breath:
"Hinduism, which is the most skeptical and the most believing of all, the most skeptical because it has questioned and experimented the most, the most believing because it has the deepest experience and the most varied and positive spiritual knowledge, that wider Hinduism which is not a dogma or combination of dogmas but a law of life, which is not a social framework but the spirit of a past and future social evolution, which rejects nothing but insists on testing and experiencing everything and when tested and experienced, turning in to the soul's uses, in this Hinduism, we find the basis of future world religion. This Sanatana Dharma has many scriptures: The Veda, the Vedanta, the Gita, the Upanishads, the Darshanas, the Puranas, the Tantras:......but its real, the most authoritative scripture is in the heart in which the Eternal has his dwelling."
World peace will come only with the recognition of a predator class throughout the world that has bamboozled honest heads-of-households with the promise that they will not be killed if they submit to the endless corruption that eventually overtakes all bureaucracies. And not even that promise has been kept, evidenced by the multitude of population reduction programs now operating everywhere.
The path toward the detoxification and neutralization of this destructive force begins at the very moment when we compromise our idealism, when we take that first step and rationalize our concession to the lie:

"Oh, I'll pay this tax even though I know it's unjust and overestimated." Or, as Helen Keller said back in the 1920s, when you accept that the candidates are Tweedledum and Tweedledee, you've already lost everything you've ever hoped to gain.
Each concession you have made during the past half century to look the other way when we blasted Panama or Serbia or Deir Yassein off the map or not properly investigate when the Frankenstein doctors at Fort Detrick invented AIDS as a bioweapon to use against the Africans, has led to this dire situation, wholly engineered by the Jewish people and their monstrous leaders, in which our lives are already vaporized through hundreds of aspects like the still-uninvestigated electrosmog that limits our brain function that results in people like Rick Santorum and Oprah Winfrey driving public debate in the dumbed-down USA.
We are puppets — or cockroaches — marching smartly toward the edge of humanity's final cliff, with the next root race to survive being the biotech version of Talmudic Eloi, forever to be cannibalized by the Jewish Morlocks.
Which brings us back to our first question: Who in hell chose The Chosen?! And what, in God's holy name, were they chosen for?!
The 'gods that came down from heaven' were anthropomorphized metaphors in the minds of ancient people who had no other way to describe giant boulders of fire that destroyed whole civilizations almost everywhere on the planet. The human behaviors ascribed to these gods were nothing more than the actions of their leaders, the almighty kings who bestowed the power of life and death upon everyone who wanted to eat.
From the wise Assyrian potentate who removed the Jews from Jerusalem to the psychotic Roman emperors who built temples to themselves a thousand years later, accepting the lie that a human was divine was the key to survival across the ancient world, and in most places in today's modern word, still is.
Yet in each case it is a lie we willingly believe, as it is essential the moral fabric of the community in which we live, and peace is what we want most. The price we have paid for this is unconsciousness and the utterly unnecessary mutilation of many millions which were carried out by people who were misled by the manipulators of mankind, the holy men in their black robes, always sanctifying slaughter of all those who don't subscribe to their specific version of God.
Those who subscribe to the Judaic version of justice are the merchants of deception and death, and should be shunned by all actual human beings who know from those they love and who love them that the real gift of human life is in the giving — that way true health reposes.
It is becoming clear to all the world that Judaism is psychopathological narcissistic megalomania. In other words, the Jews are insane, and by inculcation of their philosophies and practices throughout the world, they have made the entire world insane.
The auspices for Jewish chosenness comes from no other place than the schizophrenic darkness of a terrorized mind, frothing in a blind state of vengeance to avenge its own death, blaming others for its own misfortune, never realizing even once, that anything with two eyes — or anything that bleeds red — is connected to all other creatures with the same features.
The Chosen chose themselves as a clever way to rip off others. And certainly in this self-selection, they were chosen as an example to all human beings of how NOT to live. Just contemplate the general condition of the world at this moment.
I'll let you speculate further on why they have chosen us — all the non Jews of the world — for enslavement and/or extermination.
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 250 N. McCall Rd. #2, Englewood FL 34223 USA.
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--Evidence of Noah's Flood?
Ignatius Donnelly
Atlantis: The Antediluvian World
By Ignatius Donnelly
Supported by convincing geological, archeological and astronomical arguments, this remarkable study advanced a strikingly original idea for its time — that a celestial object's devastating collision with the Earth's surface thousands of years ago resulted in massive gravel layers, the destruction of an advanced civilization (Atlantis), and years of cloud cover and extreme cold.
Ragnarok: The Age of Fire and Gravel
Author's arguments
In Ragnarok, Donnelly argues that an enormous comet hit the earth 12,000 years ago, resulting in widespread fires, floods, poisonous gases, and unusually vicious, prolonged winters. The catastrophe destroyed a more advanced civilization, causing human beings, in panic and terror, to seek shelter in caves. Here they degenerate, lose all knowledge of art, literature, music, philosophy, and engineering, and become cavemen.
He cites as evidence cracks, 900 feet deep, radiating out from the Great Lakes, and stretching for many miles away from the lakes. He admits it has been proposed that ice-sheets caused these cracks, but makes no secret of the improbability of ice sheets producing such great cracks, which he refers to as being like 'cracks in a window which has been struck with a stone'. He also demands why, if ice sheets could produce such cracks, why said cracks can't be found anywhere else on the globe. He also brings up surface rocks in New York City, which seems to have undergone a radical chemical change---the feldspar has been converted into slate and the mica has separated out from the iron, as it would if it were undergoing tremendous heat and unbearable pressure, which would certainly be the case in the event of a comet striking the earth. He rules out other theories that could have caused this, such as nitric acid and warm rains, by pointing out that this is an isolated incident, whereas warm rains can occur at any time and place, and there's no archaeological evidence for the nitric acid's origins.
He points out many legends and myths from various cultures, such as Zoroastrian, Pictish, Hindu, and Ancient Greece, that are all suggestive of a comet striking the earth, the earth catching fire, poisonous gases choking people, and floods and tidal waves swamping large areas. He also points out early culture's tendency to heliotheism, which evolved from an insane gratitude to the Sun, after so many horrific days without it.
Sacred Texts
Francis Bacon’s Cypher in the So-Called Shakespeare Plays
By Ignatius Donnelly
Anarchy As Order
History As Future of Civic Humanity
By Mohammed A. Bamyeh

Portrait of Francis Bacon, by Frans Pourbus (1617), Palace on the Water in Warsaw
Sir Frances Bacon
Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St. Alban(s), KC (22 January 1561 – 9 April 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist and author. He served both as Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England. Although his political career ended in disgrace, he remained extremely influential through his works, especially as philosophical advocate and practitioner of the scientific method during the scientific revolution.
Bacon has been called the creator of empiricism. His works established and popularised inductive methodologies for scientific inquiry, often called the Baconian method, or simply the scientific method. His demand for a planned procedure of investigating all things natural marked a new turn in the rhetorical and theoretical framework for science, much of which still surrounds conceptions of proper methodology today.
Bacon was knighted in 1603, and created both the Baron Verulam in 1618 and the Viscount St. Alban in 1621; as he died without heirs, both peerages became extinct upon his death. He famously died by contracting pneumonia while studying the effects of freezing on the preservation of meat.

Title page of the 1628 edition of Bacon's New Atlantis
New Atlantis
New Atlantis is a utopian novel by Sir Francis Bacon, published in Latin (as Nova Atlantis) in 1624 and in English in 1627. In this work, Bacon portrayed a vision of the future of human discovery and knowledge, expressing his aspirations and ideals for humankind. The novel depicts the creation of a utopian land where "generosity and enlightenment, dignity and splendour, piety and public spirit" are the commonly held qualities of the inhabitants of "Bensalem". The plan and organization of his ideal college, "Salomon's House" (or Solomon's House) envisioned the modern research university in both applied and pure sciences.
The Templar Code for Dummies
By Christopher Hodopp and Alice Von Kannon
The Gospel of Judas
Second Edition
Published by the National Geographic Society
(2006, 2008)
A Dictionary of the English Language
Published on 15 April 1755 and written by Samuel Johnson, A Dictionary of the English Language, sometimes published as Johnson's Dictionary, is among the most influential dictionaries in the history of the English language.
There was dissatisfaction with the dictionaries of the period, so in June 1746 a group of London booksellers contracted Johnson to write a dictionary for the sum of 1,500 guineas (£1,575), equivalent to about £230,000 as of 2012.[1] Johnson took nearly nine years to complete the work, although he had claimed he could finish it in three. Remarkably, he did so single-handedly, with only clerical assistance to copy out the illustrative quotations that he had marked in books. Johnson produced several revised editions during his life.
Until the completion of the Oxford English Dictionary, 173 years later, Johnson's was viewed as the pre-eminent English dictionary. According to Walter Jackson Bate, the Dictionary "easily ranks as one of the greatest single achievements of scholarship, and probably the greatest ever performed by one individual who labored under anything like the disadvantages in a comparable length of time".
A Dictionary of the English Language
A Digital Edition of the 1755 Classic by Samuel Johnson

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