Friday, September 28, 2018

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Saturday, September 22, 2018


“The more stupid one is, the closer one is to reality. The more stupid one is, the clearer one is. Stupidity is brief and artless, while intelligence squirms and hides itself. Intelligence is unprincipled, but stupidity is honest and straightforward.”

― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

the fed is dead

The Federal Reserve is down. The Treasury has taken over the task of sorting and transferring payments. The Fed's charter expired in 2012. I remember reading about that at the time. But apparently the PTBs in charge of things were content to let it continue. This PTB is not.

The new fiscal year begins October 1. I have not heard a peep out of congress about next year's budget. Without a budget, the government will shut down. At least part of it. October 1 is a Monday.

If there's a new financial situation, then there'll have to be a bank holiday. Thomas Paine of American Intelligence Media has been saying for months that the government will take over the Fed and declare all our debt to be "odious debt". Which means we don't pay it! Which is the only way we'll ever get free of that burden.

Remember the old saying: If you owe the bank 20 thousand dollars and can't pay, you have a problem. If you owe the bank 20 trillion dollars and can't pay, the bank has a problem.

Open the sealed indictments and there may be a lot of senators and representatives among them. If there's not enough for a quorum, Trump can do what Lincoln did: Declare martial law and start taking names and kicking ass.
So let's review what we've learned. The Federal Reserve that has been part of our lives since 1913 is dead. Imagine! Debt free currency! JFK would be so proud!
I'm willing to wager that we won't really know what a burden we've been under with the Fed until we're free of it. And if all this really happens, it'll be an October Surprise we'll never forget. And it will make a real contribution to our collective goal:
Make America Great Again

Monday, September 17, 2018

the room. best scenes

I cannot tell you, it's confidential. No, I can't. Anyway, how is your sex life?

"i definitely have breast cancer." "Don't worry, everything will be fine."

Wuts buvering u murk?

Everybody betray me.

I fed up with this world.

One thing I can say about The Room... Every line is memeworthy.
The movie is 100 minutes long but this clip of the very best scenes is under 20 minutes.  If you want to see the full version (God bless ya) you can find it here for free.

Fair warning.  The Room is the worst movie ever made and makes Plan 9 From Outer Space look like Oscar material.

Friday, September 14, 2018

maybe i'm wrong

Unless you spend a lot of your day on Facebook, or you live in a cave, you're fully aware of Big Brother, computer hacks, identity theft, No Such Agency grabbing, storing, and analyzing every single thing you've done on the internet since you fired up your first computer or made your first phone call.  Scary shit, I know, but who gives a crap, right?  If everyone's being watched, then no one's being watched.  If it was such a big deal we'd all have a VPN or Virtual Personal Network.

I have no intentions of paying monthly fees for a VPN so I downloaded and installed the TOR browser... for free.

I did a little surfing and found my isp is somewhere in southern India and the Youtube videos are in German.  Cool!  After a language adjustment, I got an opportunity to see propaganda with fresh eyes.  See, Youtube would ordinarily recognize me and fill my home page with stuff they think I would want to see.  As an unknown, Youtube gave me the generic version that they give anyone else without an identity.  Sports, NFL, cats, current music, junk food, funny stuff, and NFL.  Nothing offensive, political, or critical.  Just a yawn fest menu.  The NFL channels feature collections of bad plays without a word about Nike, let alone any of the problems they've had since the last presidential election. 

I never thought I'd say it but the only difference between generic Youtube and television is the pause button.  I'm afraid all the networks are aware cable and conventional TV are dead and they are trying to make their dinosaur footprint on what used to be personal creator content sites.  Places like Youtube, and google wants to make it so. 

I did a Youtube search with the word "trump" and one thing about Youtube that changed dramatically since the election is the torrential shit storm the MSM pushes about how incompetent Trump is.  MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, and some late night comedy pundits are the main contributers and practically fill every page with a non-stop litany of finger pointing at Trump as the single worst thing that has happened to humanity since the great flood. The Washington Post blames Trump for hurricanes.  Really?

I had a talk with a lefty the other day, who was the first progressive I could talk with about Trump without totally losing their shit.  She said, "Trump was selected by rich billionaires because he was rich and they all want the same things... more money and more control."  I said Trump is earning $1 a year as POTUS and she said "it's just a game for him, like another TV show.  They're all in on it, too."  I asked if they cleared this with Hillary first. 

I'm grateful she didn't try and twist a broken bottle in my face, like 70% of the leftards out there might do when the conversation gets to this point.  I didn't argue with her but I wondered how an intelligent, worldly, culturally astute, and broadminded girl could be so prejudicial about the motives of someone she knows absolutely nothing about.

The answer is simple.  If the only news you get is from the networks, cable or internet, all you'll get is non-stop propaganda, all coming from the same source, by way of daily 4am drops.  Journalism is dead.  It's been replaced by talking heads reading scripts written by someone else.  Non-stop.  Over and over until you believe opinions as facts.  They don't call it programming for nothing.

And yeah, I considered the possibility that I, too, am just as brainwashed as anyone else.  Could be, but I keep wondering why the same people who hate Trump also love the FBI, NSA, CIA, DOJ, IRS, antifa, endless wars, and the establishment elite and totally believe those guys can do a better job than Trump.

At least I occasionally consider the possibility I might be wrong.

How bout you?  Have you ever questioned your programming? 


Monday, September 10, 2018

violet bubble mofo

When I heard about this violet ray bubble tech, I wasn't sure what to make of it.  How can a violet wand and an inferred light do more to passive orgonite than frequency? 

I've been playing with the mofo using Spooky2 for various frequencies to boost my immune system with mixed results.  I was getting better results with 13Hz and a few good intentions so when I got into this bubble tech I decided to give it a shot.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, the mofo is made up of five gallons of resin with six mobius coils using 600' of insulated copper wire with multiple densities in an elongated toroid shape.  Putting frequency to it will keep it buzzing in passive mode for quite some time.  This is one powerful mofo, fer sure. 

I had to order the wand and inferred light, since Drucker's store just ran out.  With the miracle of 21st century online consumerism in full swing, I managed to get my stuff faster than driving to Pixley.  The wand is cool.  It shoots static, violet sparks when you crank it up and touch the end with your finger or other parts of your anatomy.  Well, I didn't get this to zap my finger, or other anatomical parts, so I hooked it up to the mofo.

I had the unit on 432Hz for a while before I did any testing.  There was a noticeable energy discharge over the top of the vortex, as usual.  After firing up the violet ray, the energy flow changed dramatically.  The noticeable energy discharge turned into an oh my god discharge.  Adding the inferred light advanced it to a you-gotta-be-fuckin-kidding-me discharge that made me a believer.  I mean, if I could see the energy flow it would look like a blue, neon double helix about four inches wide.  This wasn't just me.  I invited a few friends to judge the results and the consensus was a few degrees over holy shit.

I've had the mofo running on frequency and the violet wand since this morning and my energy levels are off the charts.  I'm not quite sure what to make of it.  Maybe I'm going through a manic episode after depression, which would be a normal cycle.  But this is different.  I'm not really manic, as far as my manic episodes normally are.  The best way to explain it is a total feeling of exhilarating normalcy with a huge amount of thoughts running through my head and not one of them diabolical in nature.  No peace and love but not hate and fury either.  A serene calmness with an eagerness for physical activity without real purpose.

I need to do more study on this.  Give me a few days.


Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

send in the clown(s)

Send in the clown(s)

Former President Barack Obama, who made waves with a speech in South Africa in which he turned the Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture into a thinly veiled rant against President Donald Trump, is making a(nother) comeback. Obama, who used the July speech to caution "strongman politics are ascending suddenly," and that "those in power seek to undermine every institution or norm that gives democracy meaning," is continuing his roadshow next week when he accepts the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Paul H. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government. In an event which will be closed to the general public, Obama is expected to "echo his call to reject the rising strain of authoritarian politics and policies..."

Pardon me while I pull the handbrake on the hypocrisy highway, but when did the University of Illinois turn into a Monty Python sketch? I get that President Pen'n'Phone is an Illinois homeboy, hailing from the "gun-free" paradise of Chicago and that putting a president's face on the flyer certainly helps draw the big-money donors. But giving the Douglas Award for Ethics in Government to a guy like Obama means the Douglas Award for Ethics in Government is really just a participation trophy. The plaque might as well read "To Barack Obama. At least you tried." When it comes to people who embody "ethics in government," Obama ranks right up there with Boss Tweed and Warren Harding.

It's almost worth asking the prize committee if they have the right Barack Obama. The same Barack Obama who:
  • Turned the Internal Revenue Service into his own personal brute squad. Ethics Obama, aided by minions like Jon Koskinen and Lois Lerner, used what is arguably the most powerful agency in the federal government to systematically target and harass conservative-leaning groups. The settlement between 400 of them and the Feds was finally settled last year, in favor of the good guys. Obama's morally-upstanding objection to tyranny cost the U.S. taxpayers what has been described as a "substantial" amount of money.
  • Turned the NSA into his personal dirt collection agency. During the Obama regime, the excesses of our digital spies got so out of hand, no one was safe from their prying; no matter how insignificant they might be. But nothing says "opposition to authoritarian government" like keeping tabs on what kind of ceramic cats your Gam-Gam buys from the Home Shopping Channel.
  • Spied on — and even jailed — journalists. Wanna know how deep Obama's affinity for openness and transparency is? Ask James Risen and Dinesh D'Souza. Be forewarned, a copy of your message will likely be stored on a bathroom server somewhere.
  • Left us to clean up the moldering corpse of Obamacare, a fraud-riddled and deliberately opaque bureaucratic power grab which threw the nation's health care system into chaos. The man selected by the Douglas Prize committee for his steadfast manning of the barricades against statism literally forced the entire country to buy what he commanded or face the full might of the aforementioned goons at the IRS.
This cat even went after Gibson Guitars over a minor-league violation involving imported wood that was so obviously a thank-you card to Big Labor, even Stalin would have admired the move. In what world, I ask you, does hating rock'n'roll earn you an award for being cool?

Personal Liberty® doesn't have the bandwidth for me to list the arrogant hypocrisies which have come to define the Party of Jefferson (speaking of hypocrites — Ms. Hemmings says "hi," Mr. Jefferson). We could do this all day. They needed a lot more than a three-point turn to reverse course from Hillary Clinton's admonishment to accept the results of the election. The #MeToo movement counterpoints as well with the party's lengthy roster of powerful men who have to figure out that "no means no." For Pete's sake, the Clintons were back at Harvey Weinstein's Long Island Sound palace just two weeks ago as special guests at a party which included — if I'm lyin', I'm dyin' — circus performers and a big-top tent. Their chairhole, Tom Perez, says that "socialism is their future," and is proving it by backing bubble-headed Alexandria "Chiquita Khrushchev" Ocasio-Cortez and the policies that made Venezuela such a party. But dragging Obama out of retirement to throw them an electoral life preserver, especially considering the wreck he left of his party, is silly. To try and burnish his legacy as a champion of ethics is hilarious.

Obama is gonna be around a lot this fall. As the polling gap between the two parties has narrowed, the Democrats are waking up to the reality that "Trump sux!" isn't exactly a steamroller of a platform. The obvious ploy is to trot out the man in the great tan suit. It strikes me that counting on a 2012 all-pro to lead a 2018 party to the end zone suggests that "Trump Sux!" might be the better game plan. But it makes the opposition's job a little easier. Granted, the GOP will probably pay consultants millions to come up with "nuh-UH!," but that's not far from a winner. The Democrats are becoming a parody of themselves. Let them send in the clown(s).

— Ben Crystal

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Sunday, September 02, 2018