Friday, August 17, 2012


Raised fist, stenciled protest symbol of Autonome at the Ernst-Kirchweger-Haus in Vienna, Austria


Autonomism or Autonomous Marxism, refers to a set of left-wing political and social movements and theories identified with the socialist movement. As a theoretical system it first emerged in Italy in the 1960s from workerist (operaismo) communism. Later, post-Marxist and anarchist tendencies became significant after influence from the Situationists, the failure of Italian far-left movements in the 1970s, and the emergence of a number of important theorists including Antonio Negri, who had contributed to the 1969 founding of Potere Operaio, Mario Tronti, Paolo Virno, etc.

Strongly influenced by the German Frankfurt School socialists, it likewise influenced the Dutch Autonomen, the worldwide social centre movement, and today is influential in Italy, France, and to a lesser extent the English-speaking countries. Consequently, those who describe themselves as autonomists refers to adherents of contemporary Marxian thought, including post-structuralists, as well as many contemporary anarchists, sometimes referred to as libertarian or anarcho-Marxists.


The term autonomia/Autonome was first used in 1620, having been composed out of two Greek words, "auto–nomos", referring to someone or something which lives by his/her own rule.

 Autonomy, in this sense, is not independence. While independence refers to an autarcic kind of life, separated from the community, autonomy refers to life in society but by one's own rule. Though the notion of autonomism was alien to the ancient Greeks, whose society was not an all-inclusive one, the concept is indirectly endorsed by Aristotle, who stated that only beasts or gods could be independent and live apart from the polis ("community"), while Kant defined the Enlightenment by autonomy of thought and the famous "Sapere aude" ("dare to know").

The Marxist Autonomist theory

Unlike other forms of Marxism, autonomist Marxism emphasises the ability of the working class to force changes to the organization of the capitalist system independent of the state, trade unions or political parties. Autonomists are less concerned with party political organization than are other Marxists, focusing instead on self-organized action outside of traditional organizational structures. Autonomist Marxism is thus a "bottom-up" theory: it draws attention to activities that autonomists see as everyday working-class resistance to capitalism, for example absenteeism, slow working, and socialization in the workplace.

Like other Marxists, autonomists see class struggle as being of central importance. However, autonomists have a broader definition of the working class than do other Marxists: as well as wage-earning workers (both white collar and blue collar), autonomists also include in this category the unwaged (students, the unemployed, homemakers, etc.), who are traditionally deprived of any form of union representation.

Early theorists (such as Mario Tronti, Antonio Negri, Sergio Bologna, and Paolo Virno) developed notions of "immaterial" and "social labour" that extended the Marxist concept of labour to all society. They suggested that modern society's wealth was produced by unaccountable collective work, and that only a little of this was redistributed to the workers in the form of wages. Other Italian autonomists—particularly feminists, such as Mariarosa Dalla Costa and Silvia Federici—emphasised the importance of feminism and the value of unpaid female labour to capitalist society.

Noam Chomsky, a noted libertarian socialist

Libertarian socialism

Libertarian socialism (sometimes called social anarchism, and sometimes left libertarianism) is a group of political philosophies that promote a non-hierarchical, non-bureaucratic society without private property in the means of production. Libertarian socialists believe in converting present-day private productive property into the commons or public goods, while retaining respect for personal property. Libertarian socialism is opposed to coercive forms of social organization. It promotes free association in place of government and opposes the social relations of capitalism, such as wage labor.The term libertarian socialism is used by some socialists to differentiate their philosophy from state socialism or by some as a synonym for left anarchism.

Adherents of libertarian socialism assert that a society based on freedom and equality can be achieved through abolishing authoritarian institutions that control certain means of production and subordinate the majority to an owning class or political and economic elite.Libertarian socialism also constitutes a tendency of thought that promotes the
identification, criticism, and practical dismantling of illegitimate authority in all aspects of life.
Accordingly, libertarian socialists believe that "the exercise of power in any institutionalized form—whether economic, political, religious, or sexual—brutalizes both the wielder of power and the one over whom it is exercised". Libertarian socialists generally place their hopes in decentralized means of direct democracy such as libertarian municipalism, citizens' assemblies, trade unions, and workers' councils.

Political philosophies commonly described as libertarian socialist include most varieties of anarchism (especially anarchist communism, anarchist collectivism, anarcho-syndicalism, mutualism) as well as autonomism, communalism, participism, libertarian Marxist philosophies such as council communism and Luxemburgism, and some versions of "utopian socialism" and individualist anarchism.


Libertarian socialism is a western philosophy with diverse interpretations, though some general commonalities can be found in its many incarnations. Its proponents generally advocate a worker-oriented system of production and organization in the workplace that in some aspects radically departs from neoclassical economics in favor of democratic cooperatives or common ownership of the means of production (socialism). They propose that this economic system be executed in a manner that attempts to maximize the liberty of individuals and minimize concentration of power or authority (libertarianism).

Libertarian socialists are strongly critical of coercive institutions, which often leads them to reject the legitimacy of the state in favor of anarchism. Adherents propose achieving this through decentralization of political and economic power, usually involving the socialization of most large-scale private property and enterprise (while retaining respect for personal property). Libertarian socialism tends to deny the legitimacy of most forms of economically significant private property, viewing capitalist property relations as forms of domination that are antagonistic to individual freedom.

The first anarchist journal to use the term "libertarian" was La Libertaire, Journal du Mouvement Social and it was published in New York City between 1858 and 1861 by French anarcho-communist Joseph Déjacque. "The next recorded use of the term was in Europe, when "libertarian communism" was used at a French regional anarchist Congress at Le Havre (16–22 November 1880). January the following year saw a French manifesto issued on "Libertarian or Anarchist Communism." Finally, 1895 saw leading anarchists Sébastien Faure and Louise Michel publish La Libertaire in France." The word stems from the French word libertaire, and was used to evade the French ban on anarchist publications. In this tradition, the term "libertarianism" in "libertarian socialism" is generally used as a synonym for anarchism, which some say is the original meaning of the term; hence "libertarian socialism" is equivalent to "socialist anarchism" to these scholars. In the context of the European socialist movement, libertarian has conventionally been used to describe those who opposed state socialism, such as Mikhail Bakunin.

The association of socialism with libertarianism predates that of capitalism, and many anti-authoritarians still decry what they see as a mistaken association of capitalism with libertarianism in the United States. As Noam Chomsky put it, a consistent libertarian "must oppose private ownership of the means of production and wage slavery, which is a component of this system, as incompatible with the principle that labor must be freely undertaken and under the control of the producer."

In a chapter recounting the history of libertarian socialism, economist Robin Hahnel relates that thus far the period where libertarian socialism has had its greatest impact was at the end of the 19th century through the first four decades of the twentieth century.
Early in the twentieth century, libertarian socialism was as powerful a force as social democracy and communism. The Libertarian International– founded at the Congress of Saint Imier a few days after the split between Marxist and libertarians at the congress of the Socialist International held in The Hague in 1872– competed successfully against social democrats and communists alike for the loyalty of anticapitalist activists, revolutionaries, workers, unions and political parties for over fifty years. Libertarian socialists played a major role in the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917. Libertarian socialists played a dominant role in the Mexican Revolution of 1911. Twenty years after World War I was over, libertarian socialists were still strong enough to spearhead the social revolution that swept across Republican Spain in 1936 and 1937.
On the other hand a libertarian trend also developed within marxism which gained visibility around the late 1910s mainly in reaction against Bolshevism and Leninism rising to power and establishing the Soviet Union. Contemporary libertarian Marxist Harry Cleaver describes the situation as follows:
Outside and against this process of turning of Marxism into an ideology of domination, however, were various revolutionary tendencies which still drew on Marx's work to inform their struggles and which rejected both social- democratic and Marxist-Leninist versions of his theory. The most interesting of these, those that are relevant to my current purpose, have been those which insisted on the primacy of the self-activity and creativity of people in struggle against capitalism. Within the space of these tendencies there has developed a coherent critique of "orthodox Marxism" that includes not only a rejection of the concept of "the transition" but a reconceptualization of the process of transcending capitalism that has remarkable similarities to (Peter) Kropotkin's thinking on this subject...Thus one of the earliest political tendencies within which this approach appeared after the Russian revolution of 1917 was that of "Council Communism" which saw the "workers councils" in Germany (see Bavarian Soviet Republic), or the soviets in Russia, as new organizational forms constructed by the people. As with the anarchists, they too saw the Bolshevik take-over of the soviets (like that of the trade unions) as subverting the revolution and beginning the restoration of domination and exploitation...Over the years this emphasis on working class autonomy has resulted in a reinterpretation of Marxist theory that has brought out the two-sided character of the class struggle and shifted the focus from capital (the preoccupation of orthodox Marxism) to the workers...As a result, not only has there been a recognition that capitalism seeks to subordinate everyone's life (from the traditional factory proletariat to peasants, housewives and students) but that all those peoples' struggles involve both the resistance to this subordination and the effort to construct alternative ways of being.



Right-libertarianism names several related libertarian political philosophies which support private ownership of land and other natural resources, as opposed to ownership by society as a whole or owing payment to society for private appropriation. The term is typically used to differentiate privatist based forms of libertarianism from left-libertarianism; which generally support societal ownership of resources, economic democracy and egalitarianism.


Right libertarians accept equality under the law and equal rights but reject equality of outcome, believing that inequality of outcome is inevitable. On the issue of right libertarianism's position on equality, Ludwig von Mises said:
The chimera of equality has been a mainstay of socialist visionaries. Libertarians have understood that people have different talents and interests. [...] We cannot have a complex economy, in which people can develop their unique talents, without finding that people will achieve unequal results.
—Ludwig von Mises
The doctrine of natural law that inspired the eighteenth century declarations of the rights of man did not imply the obviously fallacious proposition that all men are born biologically equal. It proclaimed that all men are born with equal rights and that this equality cannot be abrogated by any man-made law, that it is unalienable or, more precisely, imprescriptible. Only the deadly foes of individual liberty and self-determination, the champions of totalitarianism, interpreted the principle of equality before the law as derived from an alleged psychical and physiological equality of all men.
—Ludwig von Mises
While both left-libertarians and right-libertarians share an opposition to the state and a commitment to civil liberties, both philosophies are polarized with regard to economics, with left-libertarians being opposed to capitalist institutions such as corporations, usury, and wage-labor, which right-libertarians see as natural and desirable.



Anthony Gregory maintains that right-libertarianism can refer to "any number of varying and at times mutually exclusive political orientations. Peter Vallentyne writes that libertarianism is not a "right-wing" doctrine in the context of the typical left-right political spectrum; however, he notes that the term right-libertarian has come to be used to describe libertarians with certain views on property rights which can be contrasted against a group of libertarians who are labeled as left-libertarian.

Lawrence and Charlotte Becker state that it most often refers to the political position that because natural resources are originally unowned, they therefore may be appropriated at-will by private parties without the consent of, or owing to, others Samuel Edward Konkin III defined the term "right-libertarianism" as an "activist, organization, publication or tendency which supports 'parliamentarianism' exclusively as a strategy for reducing or abolishing the state, typically opposes counter-economics, either opposes the Libertarian Party or works to drag it right and prefers coalitions with supposedly 'free-market' conservatives."

Anarcho-capitalist views have also been described as a "right wing" form of libertarianism by several authors.

Some market-oriented libertarians like Leonard Read, Harry Browne, and Walter Block deny any association with both the political right and left. Others like Sheldon Richman, Karl Hess, Roderick Long, and Kevin Carson have written about libertarianism's opposition to authoritarian rule being in concert with the original meaning of "left wing."

Individuals labeled "right-libertarian"

The term "Old Right" has been used to describe individuals also identified as libertarian. Such individuals include Albert Jay Nock, a number of other intellectuals frequently seen as forebears of modern market-oriented libertarianism—including Frank Chodorov, Garet Garrett, Isabel Paterson, Rose Wilder Lane, and possibly John T. Flynn. Old Right thinkers opposed the rise of the managerial state during the Progressive era and its expansion in connection with the New Deal and the Fair Deal. They also challenged imperialism and military interventionism. "Old Right" was a label about which many or most of these figures might have been skeptical; most thought of themselves, effectively, as classical liberals, and Chodorov famously wrote: "As for me, I will punch anyone who calls me a conservative in the nose. I am a radical."The thinkers associated with the Old Right were not identified with the social conservatism of thinkers associated with later movements often identified as part of the right, and their resistance to the state—which amounted to anarchism in Chodorov's case.

Lew Rockwell and Jeffrey Tucker identified the Old Right as not only anti-authoritarian but also culturally conservative. They deliberately distanced their brand of libertarianism from classical liberalism. And they affirmed, for instance, that "[v]igorous social authority—as embodied in the family, church, and other mediating institutions—is a bedrock of the virtuous society" and that "[t]he egalitarian ethic is morally reprehensible and destructive of private property and social authority."

Murray Rothbard was strongly influenced by the Old Right's opposition to the managerial state and, if anything, more unequivocally anti-war and anti-imperialist than his Old Right forebears and mentors. Already a radical classical liberal and anti-interventionist, Rothbard became an anarchist during his time as a student at Columbia University. By the 1960s, Rothbard had become the doyen of modern American market-oriented libertarianism, for a few years building a relationship between libertarians and the budding New Left.

Walter Block identifies Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Edward Feser, and Ron Paul as expositors of libertarian positions on the right.

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

Totalitarian Potentials Within Democratic Structures

from The Social Fabric: Dimensions and Issues; James E. Short, Jr., ed.

By Gary T. Marx

The World's Most Powerful Photographs

International News Analysis - Today
McCarthy Myth Exploded
"History Books Will Have to be Rewritten"
May 9, 2003
By Toby Westerman
The current portrayal of former U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy will have to be recast in light of new information arising from the release of secret files from the early 1950s, according to M. Stanton Evans, a respected dean of American journalism.
Those seeking to weaken U.S. counter-espionage efforts often refer negatively to McCarthy, using terms including "McCarthy-era tactics," "McCarthy-era witch hunts," or "McCarthyism" to bolster their arguments.
Evans' statements were made during an exclusive interview with International News Analysis Today, and arose in response to questions concerning recently released transcripts from McCarthy's closed-door hearings.
Several news outlets characterized the 5,000 pages of hearing records as further damaging McCarthy's image. Reuters declared that the released documents "add another layer of tarnish to his (McCarthy's) place in history." A Chicago Tribune headline referred to McCarthy as a "flag-draped U.S. bully."
Evans disputes these depictions of McCarthy, and states that the hearing transcripts "if actually read," will provide "a very different view of McCarthy."
Additional information compelling a thorough reevaluation of McCarthy and his work is being released as the "fifty-year rule" ceases to be applicable to U.S. government archives. The "fifty-year rule" stipulates that sensitive government documents be kept secret for fifty years.
Several historians are already at work, investigating materials pertinent to the history of the late 1940s and early 1950s - the era in which McCarthy gained prominence.
The work of Herbert Romerstein and his analysis of the U.S. counter-espionage effort, the "Venona Project," stands out as historical research clarifying the reality of Soviet spying in the U.S.
Romerstein's book, The Venona Secrets (Regnery Press), not only documents the wide extent of Soviet intelligence operations within the United States before and after WWII, but meticulously demonstrates Soviet penetration into the highest levels of the U.S. government and the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The work of Romerstein and others demonstrates that suspicions of communist infiltration in the U.S. were justified.
Evans contacted several individuals who attacked McCarthy as the hearing transcripts were released, including Senator Carl Levin (D MI), and Senate historian Don Ritchie.
To date, neither Levin nor Ritchie have provided a single instance of an innocent individual attacked or "ruined" by McCarthy, stated Evans.
Although widely circulated, claims of McCarthy "bullying" are shown to be false when examined.
Evans gave the example of Oscar Shaftel, a college professor whom The New York Times identified in an obituary as a victim of McCarthy. Shaftel refused to answer McCarthy's questions, lost his position as professor, and lived out his years in difficult circumstances.
The New York Times article, however, was incorrect on a number of vital details, most shockingly that McCarthy had nothing to do with Shaftel, who appeared before another Senate committee to which McCarthy did not belong, Evans stated to INA Today.
Shaftel was also identified as a Communist operative by one of the professors at the college.
Evans pointed out the errors in the Shaftel obituary to The New York Times, and after numerous attempts obtained a retraction. A retraction was finally published, but appeared on the Friday of the Labor Day holiday, tucked away among corrections concerning the misidentification of birds in Brooklyn, and the identities of Mexican politicians in a photograph.
Evans wrote a detailed account of Shaftel's obituary in the New York Times in an article entitled, "Media Myths and Joe McCarthy," published in Human Events.
While expressing his hope that a new generation of journalists will be "less invested in negative myths," Evans urged all members of the press to adhere to "basic journalistic principles" and "get the facts straight."
Evans will shortly publish an article on the McCarthy closed-door hearing transcripts in Human Events, and he is writing a book on McCarthy and the controversies which developed around him.
Human Events
M. Stanton Evans Reveals the Truth About McCarthy
Evans says that McCarthy’s charges of massive Soviet penetration of our government were actually “understated.”
He accuses Sen. Millard Tydings (D.-Md.) of letting his committee deliberately ignore its chief obligation: to investigate the McCarthy cases. “His [Tydings’] committee covered up the facts and engaged in wholesale deceptions,” says Evans. “McCarthy had the goods, but the fix was in.”
Evans takes on key findings of anti-McCarthy scholars David Oshinsky and Thomas Reeves, who suggest that the senator was bluffing about his charges.  Evans insists that famed physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer was, indeed, a Communist Party member—contrary to the thesis promoted by the authors of the Pulitzer-prize-winning American Prometheus. 
Annie Lee Moss, a black code clerk in the Pentagon, is considered the poster child for those McCarthy allegedly smeared.  Evans conclusively demonstrates, however, that she had, indeed, been a Communist Party member. 
Evans concentrates much of his fire on the powerful and widespread pro-Red Chinese faction in the U.S. government—a key McCarthy target.  Evans says this group played a critical role in bringing down our war-time ally, Chiang Kai-shek.  More disturbing, Evans says that the U.S. government actually hatched plans to assassinate Chiang when he was on the Mainland and then plotted to topple him when he escaped to Taiwan. 
Human Events
Stan Evans Has Produced ‘Masterpiece of Truth’ About Joe McCarthy

Human Events
McCarthyism: The Rosetta Stone of Liberal Lies

    The view that experience, especially of the senses, is the only source of knowledge
        Employment of empirical methods, as in science
        An empirical conclusion
    The practice of medicine that disregards scientific theory and relies solely on practical experience

n., pl., -gies

    The study of design or purpose in natural phenomena
    The use of ultimate purpose or design as a means of explaining phenomena
    Belief in or the perception of purposeful development toward an end, as in nature or history

n. Philosophy
    The view in metaphysics that reality is a unified whole and that all existing things can be ascribed to or described by a single concept or system
    The doctrine that mind and matter are formed from, or reducible to, the same ultimate substance or principle of being
    The condition of being double; duality
    Philosophy. The view that the world consists of or is explicable as two fundamental entities, such as mind and matter
    Psychology. The view that the mind and body function separately, without interchange
        The concept that the world is ruled by the antagonistic forces of good and evil
        The concept that humans have two basic natures, the physical and the spiritual

    The condition of being multiple or plural
        A condition in which numerous distinct ethnic, religious, or cultural groups are present and tolerated within a society
        The belief that such a condition is desirable or socially beneficial
    Ecclesiastical. The holding by one person of two or more positions or offices, especially two or more ecclesiastical benefices, at the same time
        The doctrine that reality is composed of many ultimate substances
        The belief that no single explanatory system or view of reality can account for all the phenomena of life

The branch of philosophy that studies the nature of knowledge, its presuppositions and foundations, and its extent and validity
The branch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of being
The doctrine holding that abstract concepts, general terms, or universals have no independent existence but exist only as names

By Henry Makow
I've said this all before. When dealing with cognitive dissonance,
 the simple truth has to be stated and restated.

Humanity has been colonized by a satanic cult, the Illuminati. Mankind is satanically possessed.

We are under constant psychological attack from an unseen occult enemy. Society already bears the shackles of "political correctness," a Communist Party concept.

Certainly, this is not the picture presented by the mass media. The Illuminati use the mass media to deceive and degrade us.

The Illuminati are the Cabalist Jewish central bankers and their vast network of Freemasons who control business cartels, governments, intelligence agencies, churches, think tanks..
virtually everything of importance.

They are using debt to enslave the human race under a Satanic dispensation. Look at the
Olympics occult symbolism if you doubt this. (More here.)

The Illuminati are responsible for Communism, (the State is a surrogate that allows the bankers to own everything.) Communism belongs to the same satanic cult.

In the West, Communist objectives are advanced under
the rubric of "Liberalism."

In the Protocols of Zion, the Cabalist bankers say they must undermine "all collective identity except our own." The four legs of human identity are religion, race, nation and family.

They undermine family by sabotaging gender roles and the institution of marriage.
They introduce "sexual liberation," "feminism," "gay rights" and "gay marriage" to destroy heterosexual norms and institutions.
Who can deny they have done this? Who can deny they are the real "haters" spoiling the lives of millions?

They spin this as "progress," "social change," "freedom from repression," "independence." They make it seem spontaneous and grass roots when in fact it is contrived elite social engineering.

Who would attack the love between husband and wife by teaching women that men are rapists and marriage is "oppressive"? Satanists.

Who would deny that a woman needs the support of a husband to raise children? Satanists. (Forty per cent of children are born to single mothers in the USA today.)

Who would deny that a child needs to be raised by a loving mother not a "care-giver"? Satanists.

Who would deny a child the regular presence of a father? Satanists.

Who would redefine the institution of marriage, sacred to 98% of the population,
to accommodate less than.5% ? Satanists.

Anyone who denies the existence of God and a natural and moral order has taken the first step to becoming a Satanist.
Atheism is on the rise in the US.


The Satanist (i.e. Illuminati) goal is to turn the natural and moral order on its head, to somehow negate for humans the gender difference that defines the whole natural world. The goal is to thumb their nose at the Creator using every form of unnatural and depraved behavior.

Thus, they attack everything that is wholesome and natural, pure and good.

They practice and promote sickness, war, dysfunction and deviance for their own sake.
They promote promiscuity, pedophilia, pornography, and eventually bestiality.

Just as a true Christian might practise his religion by doing good, they worship Satan by doing what is depraved.
War. Only a Satanist could start one.


They call it
"changing the world." They are "change agents."

But is the world getting better?

No, because "changing the world" actually means change along satanic lines. That, to them, is the meaning of "progress."


Related- Makow -
Liberal Jews, Sex & the New Satanic Order
The Law
By Frederic Bastiat
(1850; 2007)
Small Wars Journal
Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland: A “Vision” of the Future

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The ABCs of Communitarianism
A devil's dictionary
By Fareed Zakaria|Posted Friday, July 26, 1996, at 3:30 AM ET

Fareed Zakaria

Russia today
Time, CNN suspend Zakaria for plagiarism despite apology
Fareed Rafiq Zakaria, 48, is an Indian-American journalist and author. He has served as editor-at-large of Time since 2010 and hosts the show, “Fareed Zakaria GPS” on CNN. Zakaria specializes on issues related to international affairs, trade and foreign policy of the United States. In 2010, India’s government honored him for his contributions to journalism.

Now more than ever it’s vitally important that we gather together to replenish ourselves with others who share the values of community and cooperation as essential ingredients in a THRIVING culture. Join us this September in celebration of the Art of Community….

Art of Community 2012: People, Place, and Purpose
An Immersive Conference about Living In Community Sept. 21-23
Social Change Summit & Workshop Intensives Sept. 24-25

A wide range of talented and inspiring facilitators gather to offer workshops in good group process skills such as conflict resolution and decision making models, cooperative games, cooperative land ownership, regional community organizing, and much more. Click here for a listing of workshops and presenters.
Casual and facilitated networking sessions will be available for helping each other plan and strategize for growing the Communities Movement and strengthening collaborative connections.
The FIC celebrates its 25th anniversary this year- we have a history of bringing people together in a vibrant exchange of information and inspiration.

Art of Community
This year’s lineup of speakers and facilitators is sure to inspire!

Keynote speaker for the Social Change Summit: Alexander Laszlo, President of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS). He will open the Summit by sharing his thoughts on the importance of gathering to have conversations that matter, about futures that matter, at leverage points that matter such as exemplified by this event. This is the Art of Community--not just the discovery and sharing of knowledge, skills, and resources we offer each other, nor merely the act of coming together with a common purpose, but the co-creation that results from doing so with passion born of mutual inspiration.

Origin and Purpose of the ISSS

The International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) is among the first and oldest organizations devoted to interdisciplinary inquiry into the nature of complex systems, and remains perhaps the most broadly inclusive. The Society was initially conceived in 1954 at the Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences by Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Kenneth Boulding, Ralph Gerard, and Anatol Rapoport. In collaboration with James Grier Miller, it was formally established as an affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 1956. Originally founded as the Society for General Systems Research, the society adopted its current name in 1988 to reflect its broadening scope.
The initial purpose of the society was "to encourage the development of theoretical systems which are applicable to more than one of the traditional departments of knowledge," with the following principal aims:
·         to investigate the isomorphy of concepts, laws, and models in various fields, and to help in useful transfers from one field to another;
·         to encourage the development of adequate theoretical models in areas which lack them;
·         to eliminate the duplication of theoretical efforts in different fields; and
·         to promote the unity of science through improving the communication among specialists.

In the intervening years, the ISSS has expanded its scope beyond purely theoretical and technical considerations to include the practical application of systems methodologies to problem solving. Even more importantly, it has provided a forum where scholars and practitioners from across the disciplinary spectrum, representing academic, business, government, and non-profit communities, can come together to share ideas and learn from one another. Please contact us for further information.

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (Sowing Circle Community) Pre-Conference Community Tour.  OAEC is one of two nearby communities offering pre-conference tours. These tours are great opportunities to see intentional communities in person, to connect with members and ask questions, and to be inspired by the spaces people have nurtured cooperatively.

A New We
 Ecological Communities and Ecovillages in Europe
"Every once in a while, a film comes along that can transform the way we live. A New We by the Austrian filmmaker Stefan Wolf is such a film..."
- Will M. Tuttle, Ph.D., author, The World Peace Diet
Hewlet Packard ‘Smart dust’ aims to monitor everything
Hobbling Minds and Misrepresenting Reality, Mounting a Political Coup From Within

Raise your hand if you think the purpose of education, P-12 or higher ed, is to change a person’s values, attitudes, and beliefs from within so that we can create a new sustainable or harmonious culture?  Where we reject our current economic, political, and social systems and “learn to live in harmony with one another and Mother Earth at the level of the whole?” My reaction to Peter Senge and his Standards of Learning (SoL) and SoL Sustainability Consortium work that pushes comparable mindsets of an altered future and a need to change individual consciousness has always been to wonder if he spent enough time observing the dynamics of the playground when a bully comes along. Plus I am getting very tired of reading all these professors disparaging the “focus on the individual [that] is so deeply embedded in our culture.”
Damn straight and Proud of it is the proper retort for anyone with a love of history. I disagree with the idea that schools need to create “new ways we will need to think and interact in the 21st century” where we learn to collaborate as a collective first and foremost. There are times when it is useful to develop a shared vision but we do not need teachers and Principals and Supers and accreditors insisting it is mandatory and collecting data on students to monitor continuous improvement and Growth in what are quite frankly attitudes of submission. We want this country’s children, this globe’s children, exposed to all the knowledge of our existing cultures that they can take in. If some take in more than others, we need that diversity of knowledge and skills among individuals. Anyone who necessarily assumes that book learning translates into financial success has not known very many valedictorians as adults. Useful but no be all and end all.
Instead we get systems thinkers like Peter Senge enjoying a lucrative lecture circuit and workshop living seeking to make learning about changing “people’s beliefs, ways of seeing the world, and ultimately their skills and capabilities.” I do not want professors who are hostile to the concept of individuals and free market economic systems dictating beliefs in workshops for superintendents, principals, and teachers to bring home and apply in a classroom.
We talked about systems theory some in the previous post. Let’s look at it some more and appreciate just how many high powered corporations have signed onto Senge’s SOL Sustainability Consortium. It certainly puts new meaning into how Bad Ideas get pushed at us via our schools with the explanation “Business wants this.” Maybe so but not necessarily because it is good for students or any country’s long term economic health.
Just after Senge created the Sustainability Consortium he held a conference in Bergen, Norway in July 2000 where the dominant theme was the need to get rid of “non-systemic ways of thinking and acting.” I take that to mean jettisoning individual independent thought with its own arsenal of facts and an ability to apply them logically and without interference from a meddling bureaucrat. But you can see what you think of the need to “invoke a type of learning that moves us away from a conceptual analysis focused on details about ever smaller parts of the world to a holistic model that promotes competent understanding and action based on a grasp of ‘the whole.’”
I bolded the holistic because I kept hearing that the other night in conjunction with promoting the joys of the IB learner Profile. I have learned to see the mention of holistic as a shorthand for telling students what they are to accept or believe at an emotional level. Holistic education integrates the desired concepts or values or beliefs into the very essence of a student’s being without the student having any logical, rational idea why. I think the troubling aspects of Holistic become apparent with Peter’s next probing question that reveals the need to limit facts and personal rationality:
“how do large diverse groups of people come to shared understanding of complex subjects so they can effectively coordinate their actions?”
Well, Peter, that mandated shared understanding is a real problem. Who picks? Who enforces? And aren’t we back to a centrally planned economy and state control over private behaviors? Just in case that statement above was not clear and the extent to which supposedly free people are now to behave consistent with the computer models is not apparent, let’s go to the following quote in the next paragraph. Senge does a brilliant job of explaining why neither OBE or its sibling, systems thinking, wants us to have much knowledge. Nor are we supposed to retain our own beliefs and values and attitudes from home.
“Behavioral complexity arises when diverse agents (I believe he means you and me) have decision making power (that kind of personal liberty will not do apparently in a Sustainable 21st Century), people with different and often conflicting values, mental models, and goals (Oh. No!!). In such situations, seeking common strategies (which is quite beneficial for those seeking wealth and power by government fiat) is typically undermined by behavioral defensiveness and games playing and people ‘conferring immutability (i.e.-not flexible enough with statist collective goals) on value assumptions and ideological considerations.”
If Senge identifies such individualistic recalcitrance as “wicked” problems, which he does, what will he do as parents, taxpayers, school board members, and politicians begin to recognize the collectivist vision of a restructured future he is pushing on our school children via Common Core and the UN. Yes, it turns out Peter has quite an affinity for the UN’s Millenium Development Goals even if we do not. is where we first talked about those MDGs.
And Peter is very well-connected. Lots of big name corporations are part of his Consortium although I have a feeling they are in for the Big Idea part that seems to benefit their bottom line and have not been reading the small print like us. What really worries me most was seeing the open embrace of Columbia Professor Jeffrey Sachs and his ideas on how to end global poverty. I don’t think he has a good track record in the countries he has advised. But I am really worried by how often we keep running into him in our global ed story. First the UN’s Broadband Commission that wants to make that a basic human right that has the tech companies jubilant. Then he is a lead author on the UN’s first ever World Happiness Report as we discussed here. Now this. What an ambitious busy man with a global vision for all of us apparently.
Now that’s enough about Senge and systems thinking, let’s close with an illustration of why this is a spectacularly bad idea being pushed if we are to have any hope of keeping our individual liberty and autonomy and quite frankly our minds intact. At the 2012 Summer ST Conference in July for K-12 educators one of the workshops was called “Five Important Feedback Loops from Limits to Growth.” Now Limits to Growth was a hugely influential and hyped 1972 book put out by the Club of Rome. Its assertions were so over the top that the Club of Rome itself has acknowledged it is not good science, never was, and these are not really valid risks for the Earth.
But systems thinking and dynamic modeling advocates still want this in your child’s classroom because it helps create a politically useful mindset in a malleable mind. And how many teachers or parents would be in a position to know the child was being taught to reimagine the future via repudiated facts and bad science? And you thought NOAA not caring about the actual temperatures was bad.  
Told you we have a real problem now with what appears to be an official desire by our government on misrepresenting reality to us. And our children’s ability to ever perceive it accurately. Do you think it has anything to do with that Future Earth Alliance we profiled?

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Do You Live in a District Piloting Deep and Continual Personal Change in the Individual Student?

Concerning the social [even biological] engineering of Americans to actually [or unwittingly] become communitarian gangster-slaves (hybridized forms of pure socialism... to include capitalists.... cultural Marxists (Judaic communists)... and corporatists (fascists): It's been a work-in-progress (The Great Work) since before Europeans first began colonizing the Americas.
Communitarianism = Gangsterism = Neo-Feudal, 21st Century Slavery
Under such a hierarchical system of governance (for your management/control) a new centrally-planned, tightly-knit "scientific" dictatorship of the community will be the overarching authority governing every single aspect of your [now totally dependent and/or inter-dependent] lifestyle.
This new rule of law will be modeled on the Kaballah, the Babylonian Talmud, the Christian social gospel, political Zionism, and the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights (See: secular; humanist; transhumanist; Paul Kurtz; eupraxsophy) - therefore the Christian moral code popularly known as the Golden Rule (Mosaic Code) must be balanced... harmonized and shaped to fit a hybridized New Age religion to suit the New Order... devoid of individualists (greedy, selfish people).... patriots and nationalists (terrorists)... and of course... any of [and all] those human resources... who've been adjudged to be useless eaters... or are somehow unfit... to serve the now globalized, one-world communitarian State.
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Liberal Bias in Academia: The role of Jewish academics in the creation and maintenance of academic liberalism

The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship
 An Examination of Epistemic Autocracy, From the 19th to the 21st Century
By Paul and Phillip Collins
Here is the story of how the criminal elite hijacked science and transformed it into a weapon against the masses. This examination includes: (1.) The occult Origins of Darwinism. (2.) Nominalism and radical empiricism as instruments of epistemological manipulation. (3.) Eugenics and population control. (4.) Scientistic cults and religious engineering. (5.) Echelon, PROMIS software, and other technologies of the Panopticon Singularity. (6.) Neoconservativism as a continuation of Technocracy and Jacobinism. (7.) Transhumanism, Singularitarianism, and other futurist variants of the elite's occult religion. (8.) The unfolding endgame between scientific dictatorships.
About the Authors
Paul D. Collins has studied suppressed history and the shadowy undercurrents of world political dynamics for roughly eleven years. Paul has authored another book entitled, The Hidden Face of Terrorism. He currently resides in Ohio. Phillip D. Collins acted as the editor for The Hidden Face of Terrorism. He has also written articles for Paranoia Magazine and B.I.P.E.D.: The Official Website of Darwinian Dissent. He currently resides in Ohio.

Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness
By Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein

Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness is a book written by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein. The book draws on research in psychology and behavioral economics to defend libertarian paternalism and active engineering of choice architecture.

The book received mixed reviews. The Guardian described it as "never intimidating, always amusing and elucidating: a jolly economic romp but with serious lessons within." But The Sunday Times called it a "very, very dull read" and others contended that the many policy proposals it contained became "a bit wearisome". It was named a "Best Book of the Year" by The Economist.

Human behavior

One of the main justifications for Thaler's and Sunstein's endorsement of libertarian paternalism in Nudge draws on facts of human nature and psychology. The book is critical of the homo economicus view of human beings "that each of us thinks and chooses unfailingly well, and thus fits within the textbook picture of human beings offered by economists."

They cite many examples of research which raise "serious questions about the rationality of many judgments and decisions that people make".They state that, unlike members of homo economicus, members of the species homo sapiens make predictable mistakes because of their use of heuristics, fallacies, and because of the way they are influenced by their social interactions.

Two systems of thought

The book describes two systems that characterize human thought. Sunstein and Thaler refer to these as the "Reflective System" and the "Automatic System".The Automatic System is "rapid and is or feels instinctive, and it does not involve what we usually associate with the word thinking". Instances of the Automatic System at work include smiling upon seeing a puppy, getting nervous while experiencing air turbulence, and ducking when a ball is thrown at you.

The other system of thought is the Reflective System. This system is deliberate and self-conscious. It is the one at work when people decide which college to attend, where to go on trips, and (under most circumstances) whether or not to get married.

Fallacies and biases

Because of these differences and conflicts between these systems, people are often subject to making mistakes that are the result of widely occurring biases, heuristics, and fallacies. These include:
  • Anchoring: a cognitive bias wherein one relies too heavily on one trait or piece of information. An example would be a resident of Chicago who is asked to guess the population of Milwaukee. Knowing that Milwaukee is a major city, but certainly not as large as Chicago, the person would take the population of Chicago (roughly 3 million) and divide it by, say, three (arriving at one million). A resident of Green Bay (which has a population of around 100,000) might know that Milwaukee is larger than Green Bay, and triple the population of their home city to arrive at a guess (of 300,000). The difference in guesses of people because of their geographical location is an instance of anchoring. The real population of Milwaukee is about 580,000.
  • Availability heuristic: when people predict the frequency of an event based on how easily an example can be brought to mind. The authors state that this could help explain why people think that homicides occur more than suicides, as examples of homicides are more readily available. The availability heuristic can have negative effects in business and politics, because people will overstate risks, resulting in people purchasing unnecessary insurance, or governments pursuing social goals at the expense of other more fruitful ones.
  • Representativeness heuristic: where people judge the probability or frequency of a hypothesis by considering how much the hypothesis resembles available data. An example would be perceiving meaningful patterns in information that is in fact random. These include false accounts of "cancer clusters" and the common belief in basketball that players can get "hot". Due to the number of shots taken, players are bound to have times when they score many shots in a row, but basketball fans wrongly believe that a player that has just made a series of shots is more likely to make their next shot.
  • Status quo bias: this is when people are very likely to continue a course of action since it has been traditionally the one pursued, even though this course of action may clearly not be in their best interest. An example of the status-quo bias at work would be when magazine companies offer trials of their magazines for free, but then, after the trial has ended, continue to send magazines and charge the customer until he or she actively ends the subscription. This leads to many people receiving and paying for magazines they do not read.
  • Herd mentality: people are heavily influenced by the actions of others. Sunstein and Thaler cite a famous study by Solomon Asch where people, due to peer pressure, answer certain questions in a way that was clearly false (such as saying that two lines are the same length, when they clearly are not).

Libertarian paternalism

Libertarian paternalism is the union of two political notions that are commonly viewed as being at odds (to the point of oxymoron) libertarianism and paternalism.

Sunstein and Thaler state that "the libertarian aspect of our strategies lies in the straightforward insistence that, in general, people should be free to do what they like-and to opt out of undesirable arrangements if they want to do so". The paternalistic portion of the term "lies in the claim that it is legitimate for choice architects to try to influence people's behavior in order to make their lives longer, healthier, and better".

Choice architecture describes the way in which decisions are influenced by how the choices are presented. It is in arranging the choice architecture in a certain way that individuals can be nudged in a certain way without taking away their freedom of choice. A simple example of a nudge would be placing healthy foods in a school cafeteria at eye level, while putting less healthy junk food in harder to reach places. Individuals are not prevented from eating whatever they want, but the arranging of the food choices in that way has the effect of decreasing consumption of junk food and increasing consumption of healthier foods.

In theories of choice architecture however, it is not readily obvious the extent to which such "nudges" can influence behavior and still be considered libertarian. For example, if the government only allows junk food to be sold on the top of mountains, to what extent can such a policy truly be considered libertarian? The difference between only making junk food available on mountains and only making junk food available on shelves below eye level seems to be more a difference of degree rather than kind. Thaler and Sunstein discuss these issues in some portions of their book. At some point, this thing which does not seem like coercion, becomes a clear case of coercion. When the power used to gently nudge is absolute, no matter how slight the suggestion, its victim remains intimidated by the knowledge of the unlimited power behind it. Thus, because government necessarily sits in a position of almost unlimited power over the individual, any lifestyle suggestions they make are not compatible with Libertarian ideals.

Policy recommendations

Sunstein and Thaler use their notions of nudges within the context of choice architecture to propose policy recommendations that they believe are in the spirit of libertarian paternalism. They have recommendations in the areas of finance, health, the environment, schools, and marriage. They believe these problems can at least be partially addressed by improving the choice architecture.

Retirement saving

Thaler and Sunstein point out that many Americans are not saving enough for retirement. They state that "in 2005 the personal savings rate for Americans was negative for the first time since 1932 and 1933 - the Great Depression years".
One change they offer is creating better default plans for employees. Employees would be able to adopt any plan they like, but, if no action is taken, they would automatically be enrolled in an expertly designed program [such as social security]. They also propose what they refer to as the "Save More Tomorrow" plan. This is to address the issue of people having the desire to save more, yet procrastinating on actually doing so. This program would invite "participants to commit themselves, in advance, to a series of contribution increases timed to coincide with pay raises".

Health care

The book contains an analysis of the Bush administration program Medicare Part D. Thaler and Sunstein state that "on some dimensions Bush was on the right track" with the plan, but that, "as a piece of choice suffered from a cumbersome design that impeded good decision making". Specifically, they think that default choices for programs should not have been random, and that beneficiaries of the program were not given adequate resources to deal with the number of choices they were faced with. They think that seniors who did not sign up for a program should have one assigned to them, and that, yearly, they should be mailed an itemized list of all drugs they had used and all of the fees they incurred. This information would be freely available online, where beneficiaries could easily compare their programs with other similar ones.

Sunstein and Thaler also propose a way to increase organ donation rates in the United States. They argue that a mandated choice program should be put in place, where, in order for someone to renew their drivers license, they must say whether or not they would like to be an organ donor. They also advocate the creation of websites which would suggest that the wide community supports organ donation in order to nudge people into becoming organ donors themselves.


George Will, in a review for Newsweek magazine, stated that "nudges have the additional virtue of annoying those busybody, nanny-state liberals who, as the saying goes, do not care what people do as long as it is compulsory".

British journalist Bryan Appleyard, in a review for The Times, was critical of the book, describing it as a "very, very dull read, a dogged march through social policies with boring lists of what nudges should be imposed and how" and that "what the book needs is not more examples but more elaboration of the central idea".

Christopher Shea, for The Washington Post wrote that "In the end, it must be said, the profusion of proposals in Nudge, however worthy, and the countless summaries of studies supporting them grow a bit wearisome. As influential as the book is likely to be, it's hard to imagine it pushing its way alongside Malcolm Gladwell's Blink (inferior social science, far breezier style) on the bestseller list".

Elizabeth Kolbert writing for The New Yorker held reservations about some of the book's conclusions when she wrote that
"many of the suggestions in “Nudge” seem like good ideas, and even, as with “Save More Tomorrow,” practical ones. The whole project, though, as Thaler and Sunstein acknowledge, raises some pretty awkward questions. If the “nudgee” can’t be depended on to recognize his own best interests, why stop at a nudge? Why not offer a “push,” or perhaps even a “shove”? And if people can’t be trusted to make the right choices for themselves how can they possibly be trusted to make the right decisions for the rest of us?"
In July 2011, a subgroup of the UK House of Lords Science and Technology Committee concluded a year-long review of behavioral change based on 148 written submissions and evidence from 70 witnesses. The review was led by Baroness Neuberger. In an interview with The Guardian newspaper Baroness Neuberger reports finding “precious little” evidence for effective impact of “Nudge”:
"You need more than just nudge ... Behavioural change interventions appear to work best when they're part of a package of regulation and fiscal measures ... all politicians love quick fixes ... one of the problems with all of this is if you really want to change people's behaviour it takes a very long time … you have to look at a 20- to 25-year span before you get a full change of behaviour."

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The Union Jack
By Helen Peters
(1970; 1985)
Conspiracy is invisible otherwise there would be no need for this book. In fact, if conspiracy WERE visible, there would BE no conspiracy.
The origin of the Union Jack conspiracy is its mockery of Christ in Rev. 1:8. It is made up of two outstanding crosses. X is Alpha. + is Omega. This is what Christ called Himself. The rulership of the world by the British Empire is a usurpation of the sovereignty of Jesus Christ. The mongrel banner shown on the front cover originated in the mind of a demented tyrant who acquired his mammoth fortune in America - one Andrew Carnegie. This half Union Jack and half Stars and Stripes mean more than a freak flag waving in the breeze. It represents a Satanic conspiracy to control the world with a pseudo- Christianity that is opposite to the grace of Jesus Christ.
This Book Proposes to Awaken the Honest Seekers to the Truth that:
    Conspiracy accomplishes most of its purpose under a "Christian cloak".
    Conspiracy enlists the "patriots" to promote the conspiracy without their knowing it.
    World Government is already a fact and all nations have bowed their knee to Baal.
    Baal has a universal religion to deceive the world -- the Kingdom Message.
    Baal has a world "money" system and it is called monetized debt.
    The thought police in America have changed our language to deceive us in our own thoughts.
    The Constitution of the United States of America is an imaginary relic that still deceives the people into believing that they have freedom. The belief that it is still there when it is in fact not there promotes the illusion of freedom.
    Government is organized crime and continues in power because it has the support of the people. It has the support of the people because they have been humanized through the influence of the Masonic Lodges and the "Church of their choice."
    The Anglo-American Government has stolen the wealth of the world with their paper "money."
    The Government owes nothing and pays nothing. It simply issues monetized debt (paper "money") for all goods and services that it wants and continues to roll over and expand debt. Government debt is a polite term for theft.
    The United States Government does not need to collect taxes from its citizens because the citizens cannot pay taxes with monetized debt, called dollars.
    The work of the Internal Revenue Service is to regulate and control consumption and to gather information for Big Brother.
    To keep a nation of willing slaves the Government must control religion, education, and regulate consumption.
    Governments cannot control and deceive Christians.
    Governments cannot control people who barter and do not use the paper money debt system.

The logo depicts the unity of Church and state. The golden five-pointed star has particularly strong associations with military power and war. It is also a pentagram without the visible lines.
The College of the Ozarks and its Veiled Masonic History
The College of the Ozarks is a unique interdenominational Christian "work college" with nearly 1,400 students, located in Point Lookout, Missouri. Dubbed as “Hard Work U.” by The Wall Street Journal, it has a special work-study program in which students work in lieu of paying tuition.

The school has several accomplishments they can be proud of:
  • Princeton Review has selected it as the one of the colleges with the Most Religious Students.
  • It ranks number 10 as one of the Best Bible Colleges in the country.
  • Huffington Post mentioned that it is one of the Most Radical Schools, and...
  • It's known as one of America's Cheapest Colleges.
  • Lastly, it was recognized as one of the John Templeton Foundation's Honor Roll of Character-Building.
That's pretty good for a small college that most of us have never heard of. It almost makes you wonder how a virtually unknown college has ranked so highly.

This promotional video will give you an overview of the school.
A Haven of Masons
An interesting point about this small, quaint Christian college is the attention it has gained from powerful world leaders, such as Margaret Thatcher, George W. Bush, Benjamin Netanyahu, Colin Powell, and Sarah Palin. It is important to note that each of these individuals is a Freemason.

Freemasonry is an occult religious organization that has had the unique ability to bridge the gap between religion and politics. Many top Freemasons insist that it is not a religion, however Albert Pike, Commander of the Scottish Rite (1860), wrote in Morals and Dogma, "Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion," and, " the universal, eternal, immutable religion."[2] Pike regarded Lucifer as the true God, as do witches and pagans today.[3]

When you begin to trace how the College of the Ozarks got its start, Freemasonry took a profound part in the founding of this school, and have continued to guide it over the years. The school was first proposed in 1901 as a high school by James Forsythe, a Presbyterian minister. The Forsyth Masonic Lodge took active part in supporting the school proposal and vouched for local support in obtaining the necessary land. Then in 1907, Rev. Forsythe opened its doors as the School of the Ozarks, with the financial backing of at least two of the Nabisco founders, a large endowment from K.M. Mitchell, with the cornerstone of the building being donated by the Masonic Lodge.[4]

The money trail plays a huge part in politics, which is an important aspect of College of the Ozarks - since they are a patriotic school. The financial backing by Nabisco may seem insignificant, but you'll see that their funding is actually quite telling. Note the use of the Catholic Patriarchal/Double Cross by Nabisco. Catholicism is one arm of the New World Order. Nabisco became known as the “biscuit trust” after J.P. Morgan combined much of the nation’s bakeries under a single entity financially, as Adolphus Green orchestrated the legal part of the takeover.[5][6] Green was an investor/attorney, not a baker.

A little less known fact is that William Harrison Taylor, a co- founder of Nabisco, had a son that was in Skull and Bones, Yale Class of 1902.[7] We don't know what involvement Alan McLean Taylor had with the company or the possible contact with the School of the Ozarks, but it is still a fact.

Why the College of the Ozarks?

The Freemasons had a vested interest in the interdenominational aspects of this school, since its hope was to orchestrate change within the Church. Since the school was proposed to be interdenominational years ago, it accepted the Ecumenical teachings of unity between denominations. The aim of this type of physical unity is misleading sincere Christians into a counterfeit unity. This is not the unity of the Spirit, or the spiritual oneness of the Body of Christ. The Ecumenical Movement is an unholy organizational union between the wheat and the tares. The True Church is composed of only the born-again, blood-washed Christians whose names are written in the Lamb's Book of Life.

The effort to bring the Church together using the Ecumenical Movement is an attempt to form a World Church, one that will culminate in the acceptance of the Pope being head of the Super-Church. The World Church will promote worldwide unity among religions through greater cooperation.
Since the College of the Ozarks is interdenominational, thus being created on false pretenses, the school was doomed to accept the ideas of the Emergent/Postmodern/Seeker Friendly/Social Gospel teachings - views openly accepted by the vast majority of today's Church.

After a student has spent four years at College of the Ozarks, they can be expected to be adequately indoctrinated into the Global Church. And since they were taught the revised view of American history, these sincere sheeple would then give their support to the globalist Third Way (Republican Party), thus supporting the Fascist side of American politics.

In plain sight, the Republican Party shows who they serve.
Why the Masonic Dignitaries Show Up

Not only are the visits meant to encourage each students patriotic duty to vote for the Republican candidate, but it also has significance to the Masonic leadership at the school. One of the rites of passage within the Scottish Rite is to meet other famous and powerful Freemasons at each leg of the journey. Perhaps this is the reason why college presidents want to document their journey with their Masonic VIPs.

Although there is no solid proof that Dr. Jerry Davis is a Mason, he supports the political agenda of the school.

  Third Way Newt Gingrich and Dr. Davis

Dr. Davis likely supports political Israel. The Masonic founded state is one arm of the New World Order, and holds an important part in the future world government.

The pretty face of the Tea Party, Sarah Palin is a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. The Tea Party is funded by the Koch brothers, who are in favor of the world government.

Whether this event announcement below is current, I'm not certain. It appears that the college has invited David Barton to speak, which is evidence that they buy into his patriotic lies. He is openly a Christian Nationalist/Reconstructionist, and has supported Masonry in one of his books. Thomas Nelson publishers finally chose to remove Barton’s book, The Jefferson Lies, due to his blatant revision to American history.

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The Man with the Plan

Though he may have seemed like a sincere man who loved God, he was on watch, as well as those who followed after him, when apostasy came through the door.
  • Montague Graham Clark, Jr. served as president of School of the Ozarks and was president emeritus and chairman of the board emeritus of College of the Ozarks until 2001. He was ordained a minister in the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A. in 1950, and served as vice-president of the school from 1946–1952, then as president between 1952 through 1981. Dr. Clark is most noted for gaining regional accreditation for both the two-year and four-year college programs.[8][9]

Dr. Clark was a 33° Freemason, and was awarded the Grand Cross, the highest honor that the Supreme Council awards. He served as Imperial Chaplain of the Imperial Council of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of North America. In order to be initiated, he had to swear the oath on the Koran and the Bible.

He was a member of the Sons of the Revolution - an organization that uses the symbol of the Maltese Cross; the same one used by the secret society Knights of Malta, whose official head is the Pope.

Since there is no medical statements provided concerning his eyesight in his old age, we don't know for sure if his patch is a sign of his Illuminati involvement. Seems that this distinguished man could have found a modern way to protect his eye.

The gesture of hiding one eye goes way back in occult orders. Pic. Source

Most of the colleges are, in some way or another, supporting the one-world religious system. Most have been ecumenically involved with the pagan Roman Catholic church, which is one of the pillars of the New Age one-world religious system. Many Christian colleges and seminary presidents are Freemasons, and the College of the Ozarks is no different. This is being done to fulfill the last days plan of Lucifer. They are capable of the plan, since their conscience is seared with a hot iron.

From the time the school conducted the ancient Masonic cornerstone ceremony until today, dark spiritual powers have been guiding this college. Their change agents/wolves from the Illuminati have helped to keep these students from seeing the complete Truth. Wolves have helped them to be carried about with every wind of doctrine, so the plan toward a Baha'i-style Universalism would be carried out.

As these young minds are molded, they are being taught that they should accept the ideas of the Emergent/Postmodern/Seeker Friendly/Social Gospel teachings. Those who are suspicious of these teachings as being false doctrine, are then made to feel that they are hindering the effectiveness of the Holy Spirit.

The College of the Ozarks, as well as other Christian colleges and seminaries, use patriotism as a facade for Fascism. Will they never see what judgments they prepare for themselves?

"For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled." Rev. 17:17

"Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves."
Matthew 10:16

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PSYCYIATRY-THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL examines psychiatry from its early beginnings to the present and traces its rise to influence in our society. It is a remarkable story of style over substance, of promises over results, and unrestrained thirst for power. But it is also the story of gullibility: of the politicians who believed the public relations and kept forking out the dollars; of the educators who violated their duty to pass knowledge on to our young and accepted provenly unworkable theories; of media which naively propagated uninspected claims and wild theories as truth.
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The Overpopulation Myth is a Distraction from
Our Real Problems: Poverty and War
The truth is that every man, woman and child in the whole world could have about 1 acre of land to themselves and it would all fit into a land mass the size of North America, with the rest of the world completely unoccupied.
Total land area of North America (including Central America and the Caribbean): 24,486,305 km² (6,050,697,738 acres)
Average population density of North America: 21.0 persons per square kilometer (11.77 acres per person)
Total population of Earth 6,553,289,000
Average population density of Earth: 44.0 persons per square kilometer (5.62 acres per person)
6,050,697,738 acres of North America / the total world population of 6,553,289,000 = 0.93.. acres per person (not families mind you, that would take up less land mass)


Mrs. Jordan in the Character of Hippolyta, mezzotint by John Jones of London, 1791, after a painting by John Hoppner
Dorothea Jordan
Dorothea Jordan (21 November 1761 – 5 July 1816) was an Anglo-Irish actress, courtesan, and the mistress and companion of the future King William IV of the United Kingdom, for 20 years while he was Duke of Clarence. Together they had ten illegitimate children, all of whom took the surname FitzClarence.
One of her notable descendants from this union is the current British Prime Minister David Cameron.
A courtesan was originally a female courtier, which means a person who attends the court of a monarch or other powerful person.
In feudal society, the court was the centre of government as well as the residence of the monarch, and social and political life were often completely mixed together. Prior to the Renaissance, courtesans served to convey information untrusted to servants to visiting dignitaries. In Renaissance Europe, courtiers played an extremely important role in upper-class society. As it was customary during this time for royal couples to lead separate lives—commonly marrying simply to preserve bloodlines and to secure political alliances—men and women would often seek gratification and companionship from people living at court. In fact, the verb to court originally meant "to be or reside at court", and later came to mean "to behave as a courtier" and then "to pay amorous attention to somebody". The most intimate companion of a ruler was called the favourite.
In Renaissance usage, the Italian word cortigiana, feminine of cortigiano ("courtier") came to refer to "the ruler's mistress", and then to a well-educated and independent woman of loose morals, eventually a trained artisan of dance and singing, especially one associated with wealthy, powerful, or upper-class men who provided luxuries and status in exchange for companionship. The word was borrowed by English from Italian through the French form "courtisane" during the 16th century, especially associated to the meaning of court-mistress and prostitute.
A male figure comparable to the courtesan was the Italian cicisbeo, the French chevalier servant, the Spanish cortejo or estrecho. It actually seems that the figure of the chevalier servant (French, lit. "serving cavalier", lady's escort) of a married lady was quite common in Europe up to the 18th century.
The courtesans of East Asia, particularly those of the Japanese empire, held a different social role than that of their European counterparts. Examples of Japanese courtesans included the Oiran class, who were more focused on the aspect of entertainment in comparison with European courtesans.
Today, the term courtesan has become a euphemism to designate an escort or a prostitute, especially one who attracts wealthy clients.

Every issue is a HO issue
Henry Makow
Helen Gurley Brown: Mentoring Whores

Meyer Lansky

Jewish-American organized crime
Jewish-American organized crime (sometimes called the Jewish Mob, Jewish Mafia, Kosher Mafia, or the Kosher Nostraa pun on Cosa Nostra), emerged during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In the late 19th century in New York City, Monk Eastman operated a powerful Jewish gang that competed with Italian and Irish gangs, notably Paul Kelly's Five Points Gang, for control of New York's underworld.
In the early 1920s, stimulated by the economic opportunities of the Roaring Twenties and later, Prohibition, organized crime figures such as Arnold Rothstein were controlling a wide range of criminal enterprises. According to crime writer Leo Katcher, Rothstein "transformed organized crime from a thuggish activity by hoodlums into a big business, run like a corporation, with himself at the top." Rothstein was allegedly responsible for fixing the 1919 World Series.

Charles Lucky Luciano (Excelsior Hotel, Rome)

 Lucky Luciano
Salvatore Lucania, better known as Charles "Lucky" Luciano; November 24, 1897 – January 26, 1962), was an Italian-born, naturalized American mobster born in Sicily. Luciano is considered the father of modern organized crime in the United States for splitting New York City into five different Mafia crime families and the establishment of the first Commission. He was the first official boss of the modern Genovese crime family. He was, along with his associate Meyer Lansky, instrumental in the development of the National Crime Syndicate in the United States.
JB Campbell Extremism Online
Police Terrorism
The issue facing us today is police terrorism.  Two basic forms:  home invasions and internal checkpoints for ID/drug smuggling.  Two forms of home invasion:  knock and no-knock.  The knock form would presumably include a warrant to search, which you would, today, probably allow.
The no-knock form means the door crashing in at three AM with ten armed, screaming hop-heads eager to blow you away after they’ve slaughtered your dog.  Flying buckshot from your automatic shotgun is the only possible response you should use for a no-knock invasion.
I had to be a cop for about six months in Rhodesia in order to get into Support Unit, the police anti-terror squad.  The agreement between me and the British South Africa Police was that I needed to learn about Africans, how to talk to them and deal with them, since I would be leading nine or ten of them in the Unit.  The average American has no idea how this is done. 
Cut-and-Paste Intel
Our Man in Havana, Stratfor-Style

Barry Chamish admits the Zionist mob did 9/11: “But not MY right-wing Zionist mob! It was those other guys, those Labor Zionists! Really! Trust me!”
Veterans Today / Dr. Kevin Barrett
Zionist Extremist Chamish Admits Bollyn is Right, Zionists did 9/11!!
Barry Chamish is one of the most radical, out-of-control Zionists you’ll ever meet. Chamish is so extreme right-wing pro-settler, pro-Greater-Israel, pro-Jabotinsky, pro-Zio-terrorist, he makes Netanyahu look like a peace-loving statesman.
But one thing you can say about Chamish: He’s not stupid, he has guts, and he pretty much calls it the way he sees it. At the personal level, I actually like the guy.
So when Chamish recently wrote what he intended as a hostile review of Christopher Bollyn’s Solving 9/11, but couldn’t help admitting that Bollyn was basically right, that the big-money Zionist mob did 9/11 with the help of Mossad and its American assets…well, that’s about the highest praise Bollyn could ever get.
Chamish claims it was the “Labor Zionists” that did 9/11, and faults Bollyn for failing to exonerate the likes of Netanyahu. But the evidence shows that Bollyn is right, and Chamish is wrong: Netanyahu was obviously a key player in the 9/11 conspiracy.
Bollyn cites Netanyahu’s 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism (JCIT) where the whole game-plan for the upcoming “war on terror,” i.e. the war on Israel’s enemies, was developed. Chamish fatuously writes: “In 1980, Netanyahu was selling furniture at the RIM company and not formulating plans for 9-11.” The seminal importance of Netanyahu’s JCIT in creating the “war on terror” out of whole cloth, and setting the stage for 9/11, is obvious to anyone who reads Netanyahu’s book that came out of JCIT. In that compilation, arch-Zionist Orientalist Bernard Lewis reveals his plan, supported by the pro-Israel wing of Western intelligence agencies, to create a modern version of the medieval assassins – namely, al-CIA-duh – and use it to smash the Middle East to pieces on behalf of Israel (the Oded Yinon plan). If that isn’t the game plan for 9/11, what is? (Bernard Lewis was the first person from outside the government to meet with George W. Bush in the immediate aftermath of 9/11; obviously he was there to quarterback 9/11 and its intended aftermath.)
If there are any doubts that Netanyahu is at the top of the list of 9/11 criminals, they should be dispelled by the reports informing us that Netanyahu and confessed insurance fraudster and 9/11 demolition criminal Larry Silverstein is such a close friend of Netanyahu’s that they speak on the phone every single week.
Chamish claims that Bollyn fails to see that Likud and Netanyahu are the good guys, and the Labor Zionists the bad guys, due to Bollyn’s supposedly anti-Zionist or anti-Jewish ideology. But it is actually Chamish who is letting his raving-extremist Likudnik ideology blind him to some of the simple, obvious facts of 9/11, including the involvement of his heroes Sharon and Netanyahu.


Rescuing reality
from the spin machine

The Yankee dog is now certified as kosher

By John Kaminski

How many stories do you have to read that in this war Al-Qaeda is on their side but in that war Al-Qaeda is on our side?
You may draw only one conclusion from this phenomenon. The same people who promise to save us from "the terrorists" are the very ones creating the terror.
You may only draw one conclusion from the throat-gagging fact that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is surrounded by Chabad Lubavitcher advisers. That conclusion is that all these country-wrecking military expenses squandered by all this geopolitical posturing are a totally useless vaudeville costing millions of lives, but ultimately only a testosterone charade on a grand scale for the bemusement of the credulous public.
Few people can really perceive how long this farce has been going on — only the rabbis know for sure — that the all-encompassing power of Jewish money has controlled both sides of every argument ever expectorated from the lips of humans during at least the past 200 years.
Now, as the robot citizens quibble over the identity of the latest government lone nut assassin program designee, the atmosphere drips with poison, and biotech feed causes third-generation animals to keel over dead, the screams of those who have already been blown to bits or sickened to smithereens are nowhere reflected in the latest reports from the silver market nor in the presidential proclamations about the sick laws ordering us to venerate gays and ingest other poison medicines.
The rules of reality are skewed in favor of the rich and powerful who shape the perceptions of the less successful. This has happened throughout history — the powers that be shape the minds of the masses into the robots they want them to be, reliable but docile revenue producers.
So are we shaped by these conceptual constructions that are put in our minds by the spinmasters — Democrat vs. Republican, Catholic vs. Protestant, Hindu vs. Muslim — all classic examples of a difference where there is no real difference at all, only arguments over terminology exploited by the mythmakers as a deception to conceal what is really going on.
The purpose of it all is exacerbating conflict for profit, whereas, wherever you go in the world, in the small villages people are all pretty much the same, devoted to caring for their children and making supper on time.
Every time there is about to be a war, the people unanimously exclaim they want only peace, but the newspapers, the preachers and the proper politicians insists it's simply something that has to be done, without ever telling you the real reason.
It is all about rich vs. poor, twisted every way you can think of — the rich trying to justify their crimes and the poor crying "Uncle!" before they bleed and die.
Every single one of these philosophical or religious arguments rests on two indefensible rationalizations: that theirs is the ONLY way to salvation and redemption, and that this reward is not only guaranteed but not even challengeable as a rational product of the human mind.
For years, I've called this the mindlock.
This is the twitching insanity that is vibrating the world into little pieces because of the emptiness of everyone's purpose. Make a profit, buy some security — that's what we live for. When you profit from a system that depends upon making others bleed you eventually and inevitably wind up bleeding yourself.
Now, Americans are crying because of the inevitable karmic fate they have incurred by their unconsciousness of what their beloved country has been doing to the rest of the world — I think they used to call it "gunboat diplomacy" — for more than a hundred years.
As you sow, so shall you reap, Yankee dogs!
Of course, the Yankee dog is now certified as kosher.
As long as this situation continues, more people will continue to bleed needlessly.
The poisoned mist of the Jewish penetration of reality that infects every avenue of human endeavor and captured the world's financial markets HUNDREDS of years ago has created a population totally enmeshed in its toxic reference points, which have been inculcated through public education and mass media. As a result people are utterly unequipped to perceive the invisible manipulative level of the Hidden Hand that presents an entertainment spectacle on the one hand but conceals a bloodcurdling, heartfreezing atrocity in the other.
Just talk to your doctor about why your operation went bad, and see his eyes turn to steel. It's almost as bad as pointing out that the AP reported in 1947 that only 87,000 or so died in the German work camps of WW II.
Consider the components of the poisoned mist of the Jewish penetration of reality:
• Radioactive air and oceans, all pointing to radically altered future in which only technologically protected lifeforms will be able to survive; the rest will mutate and die.
• A deliberately intertwined relationship between food suppliers and the medical establishment designed to sicken people for multilevel profits.
• Artificial media that present a falsified picture of the world, which practically everyone adopts as their reality, and accepts transparent lies as reasons to kill other people.
It isn't the people who go to war, it is the spinmasters who have no regard for what the people think, only what their well-heeled "advisers" think.
The rescue of human reality from the spinmasters who shape their drone humanoids depends, first and foremost, on a better understanding of human history, and how these so-called "royals" who rule the world today gained their ascendancy over the human herd in the first place.
The only real royalty in the world today are the Rothschilds and their savage Jewish princes among the Schiffs, Warburgs and Bronfmans who defrauded the world in the same way as the ancient kings did — by clever strategy and ruthless cunning.
Unlike the ancient kings, they haven't yet reached the divine status they seek, but they continue to work on that — shaping our minds in an Orwellian way where the majority of the population now bows down to Israel leaders much more willingly than they do to their American puppets.
Like sheep to the slaughter, debit cards attached to our noses, we march silently toward oblivion. The Jews have never been richer, and we have never been closer to death.
We are so entrained to accept nonsensical deceptions as scientific truth that we can survey our last 50 years of presidents and world politics and seeing an unbroken string of barbaric foreign interventions triggered by some disguised act of fabricated terror trumpeted in the Jewish media as the greatest threat to humankind ever to emerge.
Reflect upon the fact that what they said about Saddam Hussein they said about Adolf Hitler just before they turned their respective countries into heaps of rubble.
The post-mortem accounts of these wars are never reported in the same media that incessantly broadcast the original need for them.
Germany, it turned out, never really wanted to conquer the world. It built a system that worked by itself, without the help of the international vampire Jew bankers, who controlled the U.S., Britain and Stalin's Soviet Union, and who all got together to smash probably the last real threat to Jewish worldwide financial hegemony, which by now, 67 years later, has poisoned every living thing on this planet.
Or in Iraq, where free college education and liberation from Muslim oppression was shock-and-awed into 2 million dead serves as the most eloquent portrait this Jewish-driven American reality that is a clear and present danger to the health of the whole world.
Our leaders are war criminals who need to be arrested immediately on easily provable charges of treason, accessory to mass murder and widespread obstruction of justice.
The future of America depends on how many Americans are criminals just like them.

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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apers & oners

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - Heigh-Ho song
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Karen Armstrong: Let's revive the Golden Rule
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agitprop 3
You Are A Human Animal - Mickey Mouse Club
Social Gospel
Impolitic II
Abstain From Beans / Robert LeFevre
Impolitic III
The Rise of Socialism / Ray Peach
Totalitarianism: How the Socialist Faith is Destroying America
White Wilderness
The 1958 Disney documentary into lemmings that won the academy award. Footage of lemmings jumping off cliffs was later found out to be faked. Edited version just showing the fake footage - very funny... although maybe not for the lemmings
So was this 1958 Academy Award-winning documentary actually a Disney snuff film?
Word [War] Clouds
Scroll down. See under Correspondence - including these two very interesting video shorts, A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: The Fabian Society, Communitarianism, and the New World Order plus Regions of Saturn (Legions of Satan) --Lark

Communitarianism + Libertarianism = Wonworld's

 Scientific Dictatorship of the Community

Now… last week [in March Hare], I ended the broadcast by making mere mention of a review in Le Quebecoise Libre [by Edward Younkins] of Henry Hazlitt’s 1951 science fiction novel… called Time Will Run Back: A Tale of the Reinvention of Capitalism.
This was after also mentioning the third best-selling novel of its day – after Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ – called Looking Backward 2000 - 1887… by American socialist Edward Bellamy.
The author of Economics in One Lesson, Hazlitt employs the science fiction medium to impart lessons concerning the nature of cause and effect… risk versus reward… and the philosophy of law as he contrasts it… with Wonworld, a Soviet-style, centrally-planned-and-tightly-controlled communist system… and Freeworld, a Western capitalist system with a market economy [and free enterprise]… and of human nature itself.
Society in Wonworld is made up of protectors, deputies, proletarians, and social unreliables. The protectors make up one percent of the population and are the top level officers. The deputies (intellectuals, managers, and technology experts) comprise about 10 percent of the population. It is only the highly ranked members who are treated well and are granted special privileges. Social unreliables are the 20 percent of the people who have committed crimes or who are incapable of being good proletarians. The proletarians, who make up the remainder of the population, are the so-called “rulers” of the nation. Marxist doctrine proclaims the emancipation of the proletariat, the oppressed class under a previous ideology.
Freeworld is incomparably superior to Wonworld with respect to war production. As a result, Wonworld surrenders and the war is over. [But here’s what I find disturbing about Younkins’ plot synopsis describing the conclusion in Hazlitt’s book] A constitution is written and a democracy is created. Peter decides not to run for election and appoints Adams to assume the leadership of the Freedom Party. For a while it looks like an eloquent candidate, who proposed a “Third Way” between capitalism and socialism, might win. In the end Adams’s party wins and he asks Parliament to name Peter as the first President.

Change = Socialism --- Liberal = Socialist --- Conservative = Free Marketeer --- Communitarian = Civic Republican

Communitarianism = Capitalism + Communism

Any discussion of Hegelian dialectical thought process must necessarily also include comparisons between inductive vs. deductive reasoning, faith vs. belief, dualism, cognitive dissonance, memetic warfare, and "slide".
Hegelian Dialectic
Synthesis = Thesis + Antithesis
Solution = Problem + Reaction
Consensus (Compromise) = Proposition + Counter-proposition
End Justifies the Means v Means Justify the End = Social Darwinism (Law of the Jungle
+ [Un-]Natural Selection)

Triumph of World Socialism = Communitarianism + Libertarianism

UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights = Moral Relativism + Secular Humanism (Eupraxsophy)
Transhuman Behaviorism (Singularity/Convergence) = Amoral (Moral v Immoral) + Arational (Rational v Irrational)
Transhumanism = Careerism + Credentialism + Scientism + Syndicalism
Posthuman Man = Man + Machine (Techno Man absent Free Will)
International Court of Justice at The Hague = UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights + Supremacy of Communitarian Law

Communitarianism = Cultural Marxism = Judaism = Communism = Kabbalism = Babylonian Talmudism = Christian Communism = Christian Socialism = Synarchism = Multiculturalism (Diversity) = Social Justice Theory = Corporatism = Economic Fascism = British Mercantilism (Managed Free Trade) + British Fabianism + British Keynesian School of Economics + American Chicago School of Economics (Milton Friedman)


Notice the contrast between the summaries of Edward Bellamy's 1887 book, Looking Backward, and Henry Hazlitt's 1951 book, Time Will Run Back. Bellamy styled himself an avowed socialist; while Hazlitt styled himself a free market capitalist and a libertarian. --Lark

Diogenes said, "The art of being a slave is to rule one's master.”
He also said, “I know nothing, except the fact of my ignorance.”
And, “He has the most who is content with the least.”
The simple step of the courageous individual is not to take part in the [lie] We.
One word of truth outweighs the world.
--Alexandr Solzhenitsyn
"Would that I had the power to bring to your minds the vision as it unfolds before me! I see all denominational emphasis set aside...I see the church molding the thought of the world as it has never done before, leading in all great movements as it should. I see it literally establishing the Kingdom of God on earth."
--John D. Rockefeller Jr.
“It was, indeed, the Age of Information, but information was not the precursor to knowledge; it was the tool of the salesmen.”
--Earl Shorris, A Nation of Salesmen
“Arrival at truth is many-layered… because it requires… the lifting of veils. It requires quietude and introspection. Today men speak of evolution… revolution… even devolution. Yet too few speak of involution – looking inside one’s self, or turning inward – that they may look before they leap.”
I’m not what I think. I’m not what I say. But I am what I do.

Notable Bios & Booknotes
Thomas Henry Huxley
The English biologist Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895) is most famous as "Darwin's bulldog," that is, as the man who led the fight for the acceptance of Darwin's theory of evolution.

Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds (1848), by Charles Mackay
The New Utopia (1891), by Jerome K. Jerome
The Time Machine (1895), The Invisible Man (1897), and The War of the Worlds (1898), by H.G. Wells
WE (1921), by Yevgeny Zamayatin
The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism (1921), by Bertrand Russell
The Problem of China (1922), by Bertrand Russell
The Ruler of the Southern Ocean was Shû (Heedless), the Ruler of the Northern Ocean was Hû (Sudden), and the Ruler of the Centre was Chaos. Shû and Hû were continually meeting in the land of Chaos, who treated them very well. They consulted together how they might repay his kindness, and said, "Men all have seven orifices for the purpose of seeing, hearing, eating, and breathing, while this poor Ruler alone has not one. Let us try and make them for him." Accordingly they dug one orifice in him every day; and at the end of seven days Chaos died.
--Chuang Tze

The First Time in History: Two Years of Russia's New Life (1924), by Anna Louise Strong
Brave New World (1932), by Aldous Huxley
Anthem (1938), by Ayn Rand
Animal Farm (1945), by George Orwell
Autobiography of a Yogi (1946), by Paramahansa Yogananda (Mukunda Lal Ghosh)
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), by George Orwell
Player Piano: America in the Coming Age of Electronics (1952), by Kurt Vonnegut
White Collar: The American Middle Classes (1952), by C. Wright Mills
The Doors of Perception (1954), by Aldous Huxley
The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics and Society (1954), by Norbert Wiener

Between the years 1954 and 1976 began the final slide down the communitarian
slope* in America.


None Dare Call It Treason (1964), by John Stormer
Tragedy and Hope (1966), by Carroll Quigley
Be Here Now (or Remember, Be Here Now) (1971), Baba Ram Dass (Richard Alpert, Ph.D.)
None Dare Call It Conspiracy (1971), by Gary Allen and Larry Abraham
Slapstick (Or Lonesome No More!) – A Novel (1976), by Kurt Vonnegut
The Selfish Gene (1976), by Richard Dawkins

"Potent memes can change minds, alter behavior, catalyze collective mindshifts and transform cultures. Which is why meme warfare has become the geopolitical battle of our information age. Whoever has the memes has the power.”
-Kalle Lasn

"Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities."

Cognitive Dissonance
The uncomfortable sensation of holding two conflicting ideas simultaneously

A conditioned response which dead-ends one’s thinking; and/or it terminates debate or an examination of the topic at hand
Masters of Seduction: Beguiling Americans into Slavery and Self-Destruction
By Jeri Lynn Ball
PP & J Gazette
Deconstruction of the United States
By Marti Oakley
Dallas County allows aerial spraying for West Nile
DALLAS — Suffering from the nation’s deadliest outbreak of West Nile virus this year, Dallas County authorized aerial spraying of insecticide on Friday for the first time in nearly five decades to help fight the mosquito-borne illness.
Texas’ second most populous county announced the decision after its leaders met with the state’s top health official and experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 90 cases of the most severe form of West Nile have been confirmed in the county so far, nine residents have died, and the virus’ peak season is just beginning.
“This is a matter of extreme concern, and we’re going to follow the science and do what’s best for our people,” said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, the county’s top elected official.
Five planes have been requested for spraying the heavily populated northern part of Dallas as well as the nearby enclaves of Highland Park and University Park — the most affected areas — but they won’t be used until leaders in those jurisdictions approve, said Jenkins, who urged the cities to allow the planes in.
Jenkins on Thursday declared a public health emergency. Three nearby counties have reported one death each.
There is no vaccine for the virus, which has been in the U.S. since about 1999, according to the CDC. The virus, which most often affects people over 50, can cause high fevers, headaches and disorientation.
Fast Money: How to Get Lots of Money for Anything Fast (2003), by Stuart Lichtman & Joe Vitale

Cybernetics according to Stuart Lichtman means "the human use of human beings". Cybernetic Transposition is putting yourself consciously in charge by creating effective communication between your conscious and unconscious minds, by consciously transposing successes from any part of your life into others, where you consciously want to produce success, resolving self-defeating unconscious habit patterns into ones that support you and by creating effective conscious communication with the part of you that knows what's right for you.

Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth, and Happiness (2008), by Richard Thaler & Cass Sunstein
Informal Logical Fallacies: A Brief Guide (2010), by Jacob van Fleet

*Cry, Our Beloved Country

Sliding Down the Communitarian Slope

By Berit Kjos
Frederick Winslow Taylor
Frederick Winslow Taylor (1856-1915) consolidated a system of managerial authority, often referred to as scientific management, that encouraged a shift in knowledge of production from the workers to the managers.
Mar 20, 1856. Vilified and praised, Frederick Winslow Taylor changed the face of business forever as the “Father of Scientific Management.”
Ideocracy… ideocrats… idiocy… and that pejorative – the word idiot. What is an idiot? You know I have a penchant for wordsmithing, a kind of a love for words combining literary studies, history and linguistics. For my own amusement I even invent words… such as the portmanteau, vocabularity – combining those words vocabulary and singularity… to conjure up a point of view… as it relates to language… and where the media [the cultural and technological milieu]… for its widespread abuse and misuse… seems to be leading us today.

The Open Scroll Blog
Part 40 - 2012 London Olympics - The Closing Ceremony and the Rise of the Phoenix
World Empire Book
2012 Olympics
WORLD EMPIRE AND THE Return of Jesus Christ

Olympics Closing Ceremony - London 2012 Olympics
Devil’s Dictionary
A member of a large and powerful tribe whose influence in human affairs has always been dominant and controlling. The Idiot's activity is not confined to any special field of thought or action, but "pervades and regulates the whole." He has the last word in everything; his decision is unappealable. He sets the fashions and opinion of taste, dictates the limitations of speech and circumscribes conduct with a dead-line.
"In the first place God made idiots. This was for practice. Then he made School Boards." - Mark Twain
"Why is it that wherever I go, the resident idiot heads straight for me?" - Gwynn Thomas
"It takes 50000 nuts to put a car together, but only one to scatter them all over the road." - Darryl Somers
“If the world be a global village, call me the village idiot.” – Lark In Texas
Idiot as a word derived from the Greek ἰδιώτης, idiōtēs ("person lacking professional skill", "a private citizen", "individual"), from ἴδιος, idios ("private", "one's own"). In Latin the word idiota ("ordinary person, layman") preceded the Late Latin meaning "uneducated or ignorant person." Its modern meaning and form dates back to Middle English around the year 1300, from the Old French idiote ("uneducated or ignorant person"). The related word idiocy dates to 1487 and may have been analogously modeled on the words prophet and prophecy. The word has cognates in many other languages.
An idiot in Athenian democracy was someone who was characterized by self-centeredness and concerned almost exclusively with private—as opposed to public—affairs. Idiocy was the natural state of ignorance into which all persons were born and its opposite, citizenship, was effected through formalized education. In Athenian democracy, idiots were born and citizens were made through education (although citizenship was also largely hereditary). "Idiot" originally referred to "layman, person lacking professional skill", "person so mentally deficient as to be incapable of ordinary reasoning". Declining to take part in public life, such as democratic government of the polis (city state), was considered dishonorable. "Idiots" were seen as having bad judgment in public and political matters. Over time, the term "idiot" shifted away from its original connotation of selfishness and came to refer to individuals with overall bad judgment–individuals who are "stupid". According to the Bauer-Danker Lexicon, the noun ίδιωτής in ancient Greek meant "civilian" (ref Josephus Bell 2 178), "private citizen" (ref sb 3924 9 25), "private soldier as opposed to officer," (Polybius 1.69), "relatively unskilled, not clever," (Herodotus 2, 81 and 7 199). The military connotation in Bauer's definition stems from the fact that ancient Greek armies in the time of total war mobilized all male citizens (to the age of 50) to fight, and many of these citizens tended to fight poorly and ignorantly.
In modern English usage, the terms "idiot" and "idiocy" describe an extreme folly or stupidity, and its symptoms (foolish or stupid utterance or deed). In psychology, it is a historical term for the state or condition now called profound mental retardation.
A representation of an attempt... to narrow my own message down... into as few a word... as possible:

Élan Vital: Formulae
Faith vs Belief
"Faith is a state of openness or trust. To have faith is to trust yourself to the water. When you swim you don't grab hold of the water, because if you do you will sink and drown. Instead you relax, and float. And the attitude of faith is the very opposite of clinging to belief, of holding on. In other words, a person who is fanatic in matters of religion, and clings to certain ideas about the nature of God and the universe, becomes a person who has no faith at all. Instead they are holding tight. But the attitude of faith is to let go, and become open to truth, whatever it might turn out to be."
--Alan Watts
Clint Richardson / Reality Bloger
To Protect And Serve?
What does this obtuse and open-ended catch-phrase actually mean?
Have you ever asked yourself that question?
It is fairly obvious and easy enough to say that the police are not actually there to “protect and serve” the people of the land in the conversational sense of the words, but indeed protect and serve only the interests and continuity of the corporations called States, Counties, and Cities.
Reality Bloger / Clint Richardson
Understanding the Contractual Relationship
In my last post, “To Protect And Serve” (link), we discussed the nature of the contractual relationship between the people and government. The importance of this relationship cannot be understated, as the authority and jurisdiction of government CODE, legal requirements, licenses, taxation, imprisonment, and everything else that is forced upon the people is done so through contract. And force is used upon the people when the stipulations of a legal contract are not met and the people decide to not cooperate with the law enforcement officers who protect and serve the people on behalf of government. As we discussed, protecting and serving does not mean protecting and serving your God-given natural rights, but instead it means to enforce the law through the protection of its continuity and uniformity, as well as to serve you with arrest, summons, process, and notices. To protect does not mean to defend you, and to serve does not mean to be hospitable to you or help you.
Southern Poverty Law Center
PayPal Founder Peter Thiel Continues to Tout Anti-Government Manifesto
I've been researching issues relative to the libertarian/communitarian Hegelian dialectical conflict, yet ever cognizant that this is the discussion preferred... by communitarian futurists, academicians, behaviorists, and social scientists -- a number of whom might truly think they're libertarian in their worldviews... but in actual fact... they're feeding right into... these globalists' communitarian agenda. And equally happy are they to [ignore-antly] approve of international communitarian law... while embracing "free trade"... in furtherance of "free market principles"... sporting plunder of useless eaters and the powerless... and their unprincipled gaining of profits [in partnership with other communitarian governments worldwide*].
*All arguments are generally framed in furtherance of a cooperative or collaborative alliance so as to avoid conflict in preservation of world peace - the great purported aim of nationalist and internationalist socialists [including so-called Christian and Jewish communists... corporatist fascists & democratic socialists advocating for social justice] since time immemorial.
Peter Thiel is one of these. Richard Branson is one. And so are people like Ed Bass (Edward P. Bass)... who once was my employer (See Caravan of Dreams nightclub [including the origin of its name from references in literature], the original Biosphere I that served as the incubator for Biosphere II in Oracle, Arizona; see also: "Johnny Dolphin"). Every one of these men is robotically controlled... loyal solely to expanding and preserving... their access to power and wealth. Save for Thiel... Branson and Bass talk communitarian... but act libertarian. Unwittingly perhaps, Thiel talks libertarian... yet his actions feed far-too-easily... into the communitarians' centrally-planned-and-orchestrated socializing agenda -- just the opposite... but with the same predictable "end justifies the means" [amoral] outcome so characteristic of theory of justice principles under secular humanist guidelines and international community law.
As for the character interviewed by Tom on Capitol Forum Sunday morning... don't the words "carnival barker" and "charlatan" come to mind? And pardon my unschooled mind concerning matters of that great god science... but is it true... that massive chunks of concrete... actually float?

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Larken Rose
Story of a Secret State by Jan Karski
(First published in 1944)
With a step back from the text, the story of the book’s publication is a great one, albeit one not fully described in the memoir itself. The book is just begging for a well-written introduction; why someone (say, Antony Beevor) was not dragooned into penning half a dozen pages is beyond me. As it happens, Karski was playing the Cassandra role of desperately informing the world of the horrors being perpetrated in Eastern Europe at a time when rumours of the atrocities committed in the fog of war were only half-believed. Karski first published Secret State in America in 1944 while on assignment from the Polish government-in-exile to gather public support for the Polish plight from influential Americans. While this motive could tempt a writer towards dramatisation, Karski presents both his personal experiences and the story of the Polish state with as much objectivity as can be hoped for in a book written while his home was yet to be ‘liberated’ by the Soviets (whose bloody work in the Katyn forest is, perhaps strangely, not mentioned by Karski despite its international publicity by 1944. This is a particularly big omission given how near he must have come to being another of Beria’s victims when he was captured as a Polish artillery officer in the war’s early days).
The tragedy of the memoir, and indeed of this period of Polish history, is compounded by Karski’s steadfast belief in a silver lining to Poland’s clouds of tribulation. An ardent supporter of social democracy (inasmuch as a playboy who spent the eve of the war waltzing at a Portuguese embassy ball can be), Karski continually emphasizes the importance of representative political parties in the Underground, and blamed the authoritarian ‘Sanatian’ political system for Poland’s swift defeat in 1939. His optimistic conviction that the post-war Polish state was destined to be a parliamentary democracy is all the sadder knowing how Poland was to suffer under communism.

How to Disappear Completely - A Short Film About Dustification
Israel did 9/11 - All the Proof in the World

Where the world’s running out of water, in one map

No oil - not even olive oil

Pioneer in Sustainable Agriculture Shares his Vision of the Future of Food
Dr. Mercola Interviews Joel Salatin

Food Inc's Carole Morison is Free as a Bird
Remember Carole Morison from the documentary Food, Inc.? Back then she was a contract grower, which means that she raised chickens on her land but the chickens and their feed were owned by Perdue Farms, the third largest chicken processor in the US. That's right: She didn't even own the chickens, except for the dead ones.
Carole opened our eyes to the way that nearly 8.7 billion chickens are raised in this country. Tens of thousands of them are crammed into confinement and fed a steady stream of antibiotics to keep them alive. They're bred to grow extra fast, which makes it hard for their bones and organs to keep up. The corpses build up quickly along with the manure inside the chicken houses, and growers like Carole are left to deal with both.
On average, contract growers invest about $220,000 for each poultry house, which pulls in about $8,900/year, if all goes according to plan.
Perdue terminated Carole's contract shortly before Food, Inc. was released. After a few years of working off the farm, Carole's raising chickens again, this time on her terms. She and her husband now raise Rhode Island Reds on their pastures (and in those old poultry houses) and sell the eggs locally. They're no longer contract growing, they're farming: They decide what's best for them, their animals, and their land.
Food, Inc. director Robert Kenner spent some time with Carole and produced this short video about her new life, and she's also featured in the September 2012 issue of O magazine.
You can read more about Carole Morison's new life on her blog, Food for Thought, and on her Facebook page.

Making History – Agriculture
The 11,500 year experiment
Though it might be nice to think of ourselves as free and wild, in fact, we're not.
For better for worse, we're civilized. Or to put it another way, domesticated. Plants like wheat, rice, corn, barley, oats, sorghum - starchy grains - have supported human life for at least the last 11,500 years.
11,500 may be just en eye blink in evolutionary time, but it's a long enough experiment to demonstrate that grains - prepared correctly and unadulterated - are a reliable staple.
Because of adulteration, some people have developed allergies to specific grains, but thanks to our modern food supply it's possible to pick and choose the grains that are best for you.
Grain - a reliable and healthy source of daily energy.

A schematic of the “whale pump.” Image: Roman & McCarthy/PLoS One
The Hidden Power of Whale Poop

Earthbag - Superadobe House
Sandbags have long been used for creating strong, protective barriers, or for flood control. The same reasons that make them useful for these applications carry over to creating housing: the walls are massive and substantial, they resist all kinds of severe weather, or even bullets and bombs, and they can be erected simply and quickly with readily available components. These days polypropylene bags are used for superior strength and durability. For permanent housing the bags are covered with some kind of plaster for protection.
There are additional advantages:
-- All materials can be purchased for less than it would cost to build the same structure of brick or adobe earth.
-- Learning the craft of earthbag building is simple.
-- Because earthbag homes have less thermal mass, they overheat less in hot climates and balance humidity levels more efficiently.
-- Earthbags are earthquake proof.
This video shows a whole family building their earthbag home from the initial digging to the finishing touches!
--Bibi Farber
For more information on this family's homestead, see:

SG-1 5000 Watt Solar Generator System
The Holographic Concept of Reality
Richard Alan Miller
Secret Mind Control & Brain Washing Experiments - Governmental
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In 1979, just two years after U.S. Senate hearings revealed disturbing information about a secret government mind control program code-named Project MKULTRA, this one-hour documentary covering some of the clandestine, illegal activities involved in this mind control project was released.
One of the topics covered by this intriguing film is the bizarre activity of a man named George White, who operated outside of the law while directly under CIA direction.
At minute 47 into the documentary correspondent Paul Altmeyer states, "And what of George White, the man who helped the agency in so many of its programs. Shortly before his death, he wrote to his boss at the CIA, Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, and summed up his career by saying, 'It was fun, fun, fun. Where else could a red-blooded American boy lie, kill and cheat, steal, deceive, rape and pillage with the sanction and blessing of the all highest.'"
The film also mentions that Dr. Gottlieb destroyed the records of the mind control programs in 1973. He and many others involved in these projects did not want the public to ever know about the many illegal and immoral activities they had sponsored in their quest of control over the mind. Thankfully, he forgot to destroy the financial records, which contain highly incriminating information. These declassified documents can be ordered by anyone using the information at this link.
Though the CIA denies that the mind control techniques developed in their secretive projects were successful, an abundance of evidence in this film and elsewhere suggests otherwise.

1979 ABC News Special ‘Mission Mind Control’

Secret of Nikola Tesla
This is a rare English-Language film produced in the former Yugoslavia that tells the story of Nikola Tesla's arrival in America and his encounters with Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse and the mighty financier J.P. Morgan, played by Orson Welles.
It portrays one of the most pivotal periods of modern history, during Tesla's development of alternative current, as the global standard for electrification and the tragedy of this great inventor who aspired to change the world for the better.
More Information:

Ron Paul: Legalize Competing Currencies

Activist and reporter Tangerine Bolen, a plaintiff in the case against the NDAA, speaking to the media after a New York judge enjoined section 2012 of the law. Photograph via Fromthetrenchesworldreport
What makes our NDAA lawsuit a struggle to save the US constitution
Time after time, Obama's lawyers defending the NDAA's section 1021 affirm our worst fears about its threat to our liberty
By Tangerine Bolen

Warning: Get Your Money Out: “All Legal Bank Deposit Protections Are Now Officially Gone”
Report: Soros Unloads All Investments in Major Financial Stocks; Invests Over $130 Million In Gold
PP & J Gazette
Red Alert
The Great Collapse & How Banks Will Own You
The mainstream media is reporting that banks are preparing for collapse by preparing “recovery plans” and have been advised that they may not rely on government help.
Last week a court ruled that a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM) that trades in commodities was allowed to use “customer segregated funds” as collateral and to pay its debt. This ruling sets a precedent for greedy bankers and traders to get off scot-free while using customer money for collateral and paying debt, just like the MF Global case that is unfolding. Ann Barhardt warns that all financial institutions like banks, insurance companies, pension funds, retirement accounts, etc. are vulnerable to this type of plunder because the precedent has been set and they will take advantage of it.
In addition, she warns that people will panic when their accounts are raided and demand that the government and the FDIC cover their losses. The only way that people can be repaid is to print more money, resulting in massive inflation, which will lead to total collapse. Your property is now subject to total theft by bankers. She urges people to get out of all markets and take physical possession of all money.
Autumn movie preview: how this year's Oscar contenders warn of America's fall
From Killing Them Softly to Queen of Versailles, the autumn's big US films paint a harrowing portrait of a country gripped by class envy, loss and fear of ruin

Great Depression
Business Insider
The Greatest Economic Collapses In History

Current Events and Continuing Education for August 3 through August 16, 2012
Warriors! Join me Wednesday, August 15, on 'Spingola Speaks' with Deanna Spingola, noon to 2 p.m., EDST!
Navigate to at that time and click the "Listen Live Now" link for Deanna's show on the right side of your screen. The call-in number is also found there, and I WANT TO HEAR from CtC-educated callers!!
Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Was Mahatma Gandhi an Illuminati Pawn?
By Timothy Watson, Ph.D.

Suppressed By Scholars: Twin Ancient Cultures On Opposite Sides Of The Pacific
One of the greatest archaeological riddles—and one of the grossest academic omissions—of our time is the untold story of the parallel ruins left by two seemingly unrelated ancient civilizations: the ancient Mayans on one side of the Pacific Ocean and the ancient Balinese on the other. The mysterious and unexplained similarities in their architecture, iconography, and religion are so striking and profound that the Mayans and Balinese seem to have been twin civilizations—as if children of the same parent. Yet, incredibly, this mystery is not only being ignored by American scholars, it’s being suppressed.
Hyperdiffusionism — the theory that all cultures originated from one [Golden Age] culture. Hyperdiffusionists deny that parallel evolution or independent invention took place to any great extent throughout history, they claim that…all cultures can be traced back to a single culture.”
— Wikipedia

Syzygy Job
Earthquake Prediction Online
A Flight Through the Universe, by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
This animated flight through the universe was made by Miguel Aragon of Johns Hopkins University with Mark Subbarao of the Adler Planetarium and Alex Szalay of Johns Hopkins. There are close to 400,000 galaxies in the animation, with images of the actual galaxies in these positions (or in some cases their near cousins in type) derived from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Data Release 7. Vast as this slice of the universe seems, its most distant reach is to redshift 0.1, corresponding to roughly 1.3 billion light years from Earth. SDSS Data Release 9 from the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS), led by Berkeley Lab scientists, includes spectroscopic data for well over half a million galaxies at redshifts up to 0.8 -- roughly 7 billion light years distant -- and over a hundred thousand quasars to redshift 3.0 and beyond.
For more information about BOSS and the latest data release, go to

Joseph Skipper - Proof Of Life On Mars Rivers, Lakes, Waterfalls And Forests
The great bulk of the satellite imaging evidence in this book is very fundamental and, although often strange looking, it's right in one's face so plain and obvious that you'll at first be incredulous as to how it could have been missed by so many and for so long. In fact, it is some of the most powerful visual planetary evidence you will ever see short of walking on this world and seeing it face to face and it obviously goes against the science community consensus that Mars is a super dry hard frozen dead world.
Webster Tarpley

Obama That I Used To Know - Gotye Parody
Sacred Mysteries
Wolf Spirit Radio
United We Win
Internet Truth
Paul Brockton
The SAMSEL Report
The Committee of 300