Ron: Please read this article and THINK about what it implies. Also, ask yourself: 'WHY is a US court considering the public exposure of baby harvesting, torture and murder to be a crime while ignoring the REAL CRIMES the defendants exposed?
What’s especially disturbing is that children are being taught the opposite of empathy. Empathy is the most important value an adult can impart to a child. But what these kids are being encouraged to become is nothing less than wild-eyed, religious fanatics where non-believers are fingered as the enemy, as heretics looking to destroy the world and kill everyone. And this is always the result of such things, of the moral certainty of a zealot mixed with intolerance.
Even if Climate Change were not a hoax, even if Global Warming were real (it’s not), burdening children with eco-anxiety would still be indefensible.
You don’t do this to children. You don’t shit all over their childhood… Even if this massive hoax were not a hoax, it is not the child’s responsibility to fix it. That responsibility falls on the adults, and another responsibility that falls on adults is to not only protect children, but to protect their innocence, protect them from the horrors of real life, protect the magic of those wonder years.
Sadly, once you realize Climate Change is a hoax wrapped in a left-wing political movement, this deliberate act of terrorizing children with lies, a lie every bit as audacious as saying a meteor will hit the earth in 12 years, is revealed as something truly insidious...
These wicked people relentlessly abuse their power to sexualize our children, lie to them about the biology of gender, radicalize them politically, and now, they are so desperate to push the Climate Change Hoax, there’s a full-blown propaganda campaign to scare the living hell out of them... Some of these kids are only nine or ten, and instead of playing video games or kickball, instead of throwing snowballs at cars and playing catch, instead of playing dolls and dress up, they’re stressing over their own extinction. - John Nolte
Ron: These statements are misinformation.Esu Immanuel (aka Jesus the Christ) DID NOT die for the sins of humans on this planet so that they do not have to learn from experience in order to eliminate their own sins (ie their mistakes in thinking, understanding and action(s). Jesus did not and could not "save" anyone from their mistakes and their consequences. The whole purpose of spirits incarnating here is so that they can experience physicality and learn about life, the universe and everything; and through that experience eventually learn to 'save' self, ie to evolve in knowledge, wisdom and spirituality as an only begotton son or daughter of God who becomes more and more like the Creator.
Jesus did not come to establish a religion. Religions are socio-economic control mechanisms. Jesus incarnated to teach divine truths lost over millenia and corrupted by Pharisees and others. Such REVELATION was necessary as it is the primary means by which humans can KNOW the truth. Be aware that Jesus was NOT the 'only begotten Son of God. EVERY ensouled human being (Higher Universal man - 'HUman') IS an only begotton son or daughter of the Creator.
I told people for months the EU would deal if someone would back them into a corner. Many thought I was nuts. I don't blame them but I have watched the EU in action for years and just like magic there is a compromise at the 11 hour. That's what is happening now. Mike Shedlock
There is a lesson here: you can call Pepe far-right, and equate the OK gesture to "Heil Hitler!" But if any dissenters remain, and you are suppressing their ideas, not debating them, the internet will find a way. And for all your billions, armies, and news channels you will be the ones forced to spend your time mass-deleting pictures of memes off the internet to keep your grasp on power. Igor Ogorodnev,
Thus far in his presidency, Donald Trump has been able to avoid full-blown war despite serious efforts by a consortium of concerns to trigger such an event. Despite the hawks he gathers around himself, probably in an effort to "keep his enemies closer," as Sun Tsu recommended, Trump is clearly not enamored of the battlefield as are so many others in Washington. Trump is a businessman, and sees much more advantage in walking away from a hard-won contract than walking away from an obliterated landscape, the worst imaginable thing for a real estate developer. Nevertheless, it is a nerve-racking experience watching the author of the ‘Art of the Deal' bluster and bluff his way against rivals right up to precipice of disaster before retreating back again to stable ground. This strategy keeps the Deep State constantly off guard as to his real intentions, which is not about triggering World War III. How long the Deep State will tolerate such a relative atmosphere of global peace is another question, but they will certainly be doing everything in their power to ensure he does not secure another four years in the White House. And that is the tragic reality of Donald Trump's real war. Robert Bridge
rt.com: Land in Canada is solely owned by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who is also the head of state.
Ron: Tell me again why you think that Canadians aren't slaves.And also, please explain to me HOW Canada is an independant sovereign nation when QEII owns ALL of the land and she is Canada's head of state while also being the Head of State of the UK, a foreign nation?!
"Why are we sending you YET ANOTHER WARNING? Because you have not yet fully comprehended the transition through which you must go. To use a Biblical term, the camel will have to go through the eye of a needle. However, the camel has not recognized the narrowness of the space through which he is supposed to pass. Indeed, he is looking in a completely different direction, and is not even aware of its existence. Only a great noise, or a great apparition in the sky, or a great shaking of the earth, might cause him to turn around. And we say that ALL THESE SCENARIOS ARE POSSIBLE, and that there are other options – as yet unbeknown to you – which are on the table." (More inside)
They discuss everything from the importance of being liked or not through to epilepsy and dismantling the mainstream media.This raw and honest episode is full of surprises and listening will challenge what you think about an individual who regularly polarises with her comments. If you think you know all about Katie Hopkins then listen in and find out if you really do!
The Fed is so independent that, according to former Fed chair Alan Greenspan, it is answerable to no one.A chief argument for retaining the Fed’s independence is thatit needs to remain a neutral arbiter,beyond politics and political influence;[Ron: Yabba, yabba, Talmudic bullshit yabba!] and Dudley’s op-ed clearly breached that rule.Critics called it an attempt to overthrow a sitting president, a treasonous would-be coup that justified ending the Fed altogether. [Ron: I agree.].
Perhaps, but central banks actually serve some useful functions.
[Ron: WHO FOR?! Central Banks currently syphon enormous wealth out of the hands of governments and their citizens and into the greedy hands of anonymous private corporate banksters. The result is mass global poverty and dystopia.].
Better would be to nationalize the Fed, turning it into a true public utility, mandated to serve the interests of the economy and the voting public. Having the central bank and the federal government work together to coordinate fiscal and monetary policy is actually a good idea, so long as the process is transparent and public representatives have control over where the money is deployed. It’s our money, and we should be able to decide where it goes.
[Ron: I agree. In fact this outcome is being organised by the Trump Administration and will manifest in due course.
"We need a Global Compact on Education aimed at developing a new universal solidarity and a new humanism," the pope explained without elaborating on what he meant by the term humanism. Global "compacts," of course, are being used more and more frequently by the United Nations to advance its agenda, most recently on mass migration.
Ron: Actually spiritually and psychologically healthy child rearing requires a God centric sense of human solidarity NOT a Vatican (ie Talmudic) "universal" humanism established by global "compacts" written and agreed by Talmudic manipulators in the Vatican and UN et al.
Alex Newman: Bizarrely, considering Catholic doctrine on the primary role of parents in the education of children, Francis used the same language as Hillary Clinton, author of It Takes a Village, to expand on his controversial vision.
"According to an African proverb, ‘it takes a whole village to educate a child,'" the pope said as he read his prepared remarks announcing the new effort, saying the village could "form" young people and "instill" in them his views on society. "We have to create such a village before we can educate."
Ron: The continued existance of human life and civilisation depends on a healthy and thriving heterosexual family life in which children are procreated, raised and educated in a loving, God-centric environment. The primary educators of children MUST be their parents assisted by extended family and a surportive community. THAT is the TRUE meaning of the idea that it takes a village to raise a child. Spiritually and socially healthy communities are composed of many heterosexual couples raising children in association with each other and other persons who have the best interests of children and the rightful authority of their parents in mind. There is NO place for religious or other socio-political authoritarian influences to seek to usurp the role of parents in that process.
Great Britain is currently the most watched country in the Western world - watched, that is, by its own police forces. In London alone, the police have erected more than 420,000 surveillance cameras in public places. That amounts to 48 cameras per 1,000 residents. What do the cameras capture? Everything done and seen in public.
The cameras use facial recognition technology that can capture a grimace, a pimple, a freckle, even an eye blink as you walk the streets. Software then compares whatever the camera captures to government databases. By touching the screen showing your image, the police can have at their fingertips instantly a full dossier on you - your medical, financial, law enforcement, educational, personal and employment records. Stated differently, by looking at your face on a computer screen, and without a search warrant or even any suspicion about you, British police can amass in a few seconds all the data that the government has accumulated about you.
Today, a half-dozen American police departments, including New York City, Chicago, Detroit and Orlando, Florida, have begun to use facial recognition surveillance, and in none of these places has the elected governing body authorized it. Politicians have looked the other way. Only in San Francisco - where readers of this column will recall the city government infringes upon the freedom of speech - has the governing body voted to prohibit the police from using facial recognition...
Our federal government's 60,000-person strong domestic spying apparatus already captures every keystroke - even those which we think we have deleted - on every device used to transmit digital data on fiber optic cable in the United States. That covers every mobile, desktop and mainframe device. The government, of course, will not acknowledge this publicly. Yet some of its officials have told as much to me privately. They have also told me that they believe that they can get away with this so long as the data captured is not used in criminal prosecutions. - Andrew Napolitano
Alistair Crooke: Globalism unquestionably has contributed to the off-shoring of jobs to other parts of the globe, but the reality is that many of those jobs are not coming back ‘home'. They are assimilated elsewhere. They are lost for good.
Ron: Worse yet! Many such jobs AND many still being done in the UK, are being increasingly being done by Artificial Intelligence (AI), robots and technology. In other words, the old free range serf (wage slave) paradigm introduced with the Industrial Revolution is disappearing and needs to be replaced by a new higher level of consciousness that understands that ALL humans are more than just their ability to perform slave labour. This requires everyone or at least governments to begin to realise that humans are NOT deplorables or "useless eaters" because society no longer needs to exploit their labour.For some discussion of this aspect and its implications see eg: 120 Million Workers Need To Be Reskilled Due To AI, Says IBM Study -http://abundanthope.net/pages/True_US_History_108/120-Million-Workers-Need-To-Be-Reskilled-Due-To-AI-Says-IBM-Study.shtml
Alistair Crooke: ...to put an end to the debate on Brexit by respecting the popular will ... whilst others [in juxtaposition], praise the virtue of the [Italian] President for saving parliamentary democracy - in the face of the risk of a Salvini government ... [coming to power].
Ron: I disagree with the suggestion that a Salvini government would harm or destroy parliamentary democracy in Italy. The opposite is true, as it is in the UK with Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage who both seek to implement the people's choice to leave the EU. Salvani is the most popular politician in Italy precisely because he seeks to implement to desire of most Italians to restrict unlimited immigration and its destruction of Italian's culture traditions and values, as well as undermining the Italian economy.
Alistair Crooke: "In both cases we are confronted with a conflict between direct democracy and parliamentary democracy,but this is not necessarily what is played out in the minds of actors, let alone citizens.For them, it is not so much a crisis of the institutions; but rather that of a crisis around Brexit, or in the person of Matteo Salvini.
Ron: I disagree. The failure in both the UK and Italy is that the parliamentarians who control their respective governments; AND the bureaucrats IN those governments; REFUSE to implement the stated will of a majority of the population. Suggesting that implementing the popular will of the electorate constitutes "direct democracy" as opposed to "parliamentary democracy" is specious UNLESS you wish to maintain that, once elected, parliaments cease to be representatives of the people who elected them.
Alistair Crooke: Without these institutions[Ron: Which ones? The MSM and the government bureaucracies]to manage or even settle our political conflicts, there is little that separates us from civil war or, as Hobbes described almost four centuries ago, from bellum omnium contra omnes, the war of all against all. The slope we are currently following is therefore necessarily dangerous."
Ron: Actually what is dangerous is the failure of parliaments and governments to implement to explicit wishes of a majority of the eleactorate.
Alistair Crooke: But in comparing Johnson to Viktor Orban -as Austrian newspaper Der Standard did, with its London correspondent writing"Johnson and his henchmen clearly think Brexit is more important than democracy and the rule of law"; with Germany's international public broadcaster DW calling "Boris Johnson, the UK dictator," and Yascha Mounk in France's Le Monde newspaper writing that suspending Parliament constituted the "most flagrant attack on democracy that Britain has ever known", there is a distinct whiff of that old Viet Nam axiom of ‘destroying a village to ‘save' a village'metamorphosing into one of having a constitutionally legitimate British government overturned and destroyed, in order ‘to save democracy itself' (and to save Britain from elections which might not produce the ‘correct' outcome').
Ron: I disagree. Boris Johnson is trying to implement the decision of the Brexit referendum AND decisions of a majority of members of Parliament on THREE seperate occasions. This rhetoric sounds very like specious "Remoaner" thinking. The British government and the majority of Parliamentarians who have refused to allow Brexit are the cause of the problem. The UK cannot even begin to address the very real problems caused by the inexorable destruction of human employment opportunities caused by rapidly increasing AI, robotics and technology until and unless its government escapes from the dead hand of the unelected cultural Marxist legal dictatorship exercised over the EU by Brussels.
Ron: Surely it is time that President Trump and his Administration gained control of the US military and the CIA?! No? Why not?
Matt Agorist: Imagine for a moment that you had just finished a long day's work with two hundred other farmers. You were settling down to relax for the night, when out of nowhere, Hellfire missiles rain down from drones in the sky and blow up dozens of your coworkers, maiming and tearing limbs from dozens more. Imagine if this happened inside the United States. Imagine the reaction from politicians and the US war machine looking to right this wrong.
Would you, as an American citizen sit idly back and accept the excuse given by the country who carried out that attack?Would you accept the wholesale slaughter of your fellow citizens by the dozen if the country who led the attack said it was a mistake and we did it to "help" you? What if it was one of your children killed in the attack? Or your brother, sister, father, mother, or grand parent? Would you simply accept that this slaughter was a mistake and the "help" you are receiving from this country is worth it?
Well, that is exactly what the United States is asking Afghanistan to do right now after a drone strike Wednesday night slaughtered 30 innocent civilian farmers as they rested from a long day's work picking pine nuts. The attack also left 40 others maimed and mangled.
Viganò's accusations are backed by coverage in the Italian media going back to November of 2017, when the story of the alleged sexual abuse by Martinelli was first revealed to the public by Gianluigi Nuzzi in his book, "Original Sin." One of the victims was then interviewed by the television program Le Iene, which also revealed the name of the accused seminarian and rumors of a coverup. Archbishop Viganò's statements offer confirmation of the story as well as the coverup, and bring the accusation to the attention of the global public. Matthew Hoffman
Ellen Brown: America's chief competitor in the trade war is obviously China, which subsidizes not just worker costs but the costs of its businesses. The government owns 80% of the banks, which make loans on favorable terms to domestic businesses, especially state-owned businesses. Typically, if the businesses cannot repay the loans, neither the banks nor the businesses are put into bankruptcy, since that would mean losing jobs and factories. The non-performing loans are just carried on the books or written off. No private creditors are hurt, since the creditor is the government, and the loans were created on the banks' books in the first place (following standard banking practiceglobally).
[B]ecause the Chinese government owns most of the banks, and it prints the currency, it can technically keep those banks alive and lending forever....
It may sound weird to say that China's banks will never collapse, no matter how absurd their lending positions get. But banking systems are just about the flow of money.
Spross quoted former bank CEO Richard Vague, chair of The Governor's Woods Foundation, who explained,"China has committed itself to a high level of growth. And growth, very simply, is contingent on financing." Beijing will "come in and fix the profitability, fix the capital, fix the bad debt, of the state-owned banks ... by any number of means that you and I would not see happen in the United States."
To avoid political and labor unrest, Spross wrote, the government keeps everyone happy by keeping economic growth high and spreading the proceeds to the citizenry.About two-thirds of Chinese debt is owed just by the corporations, which are also largely state-owned. Corporate lending is thus a roundabout form of government-financed industrial policy - a policy financed not through taxes but through the unique privilege of banks to create money on their books.
China thinks this is a better banking model than the private Western system focused on short-term profits for private shareholders....
Just as the US had engaged in a Cold War to destroy the Soviet communist model, so Western financial interests set out to destroy this emerging Asian threat. It was defused when Western neoliberal economists persuaded [Ron: Using covert threats of violent economuc regime change!] Japan and the Asian Tigers to adopt the free-market system and open their economies and their companies to foreign investors.Western speculators then took down the vulnerable countries one by one in the "Asian crisis" of 1997-98. China alone was left as an economic threat to the Western neoliberal model, and it is this existential threat that is the target of the trade and currency wars today.
Ron: I trust that President Trump is NOT going to follow through with these threats but is merely using them to ensure that the Rothschilds' cum CIA Black Sites in China are deactivated.
Of course, a commander-in-chief who desires to avoid costly wars (true to his campaign promises) has been met with general derision by mainstream pundits - some of which even on the left have suddenly begun championing uber-hawk Bolton as some sort of exiled "resistance" figure. It must be remembered that anytime President Trump bombed Syria (he's done this twice) major network pundits momentarily gushed over him looking "presidential". Tyler Durden