Sunday, May 08, 2005
May 7, 2005
My heart has broken many times over the past 15 years as I have learned the truth and watched our farmers and ranchers go under, one after another. This nation was built on agriculture and manufacturing. It is what gave us the ability to be a self-sustaining nation, producing what we need for survival. The American people need to stop excusing their member of Congress and vote all of them out of office (except two). Collectively, as a whole, they have been and will continue to destroy this Republic, forcing a once free people onto their knees to a one world government under communist domination.
If you'd like to see what one dollar bought in 1913 before the robber banking barons got hold of your money compared to today's purchasing power, click here and then click on Consumer Price Index Inflation Calculator. You will be shocked and perhaps begin to understand why this mathematically flawed system will collapse. It's just a matter of time and so many Americans will be caught with nothing but debt. If they think calling their Congress critter like Hillary Clinton is going to save their bacon or provide $15.00 to buy a bottle of milk for their baby, they had best think again. Hillary and the rest of them will be barricaded inside their fortress out in Washington, DC. [Article]
Two years later and I'm still beating my head against a political wall.....Will people wake up and recognize the damage caused by career politicians? Is it necessary that we suffer the consequences of economic collapse and depression? Will the people recognize that these despots rely on our ignorance and apathy to leech off our productive efforts and usurp bogus un-earned livelihoods? Should we continue to attempt to reform the system? We The People have petitioned these career politicians. They ignore our petitions. Enough is enough!
If we want to protect our freedom, then we must eliminate the ruling elite's financial power base by dispensing with the Income Tax and the Federal Reserve System, the invisible government, and replace it with a financial structure which is in keeping with the U.S. Constitution. Article 1, Section 8 states: "The Congress shall have the Power To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures." Furthermore, "No State shall...coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts."
THE TRAP WE MUST AVOID IS IN BELIEVING THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT CAN BE FIXED
It is of vital importance that We, The People, realize that we do not need the present government that has designed to reduce Americans under absolute Despotism, and that is must now be DISPLACED, and new Guards be instilled for the future security of America, and for the survival of the human family. [TM&SC from the beginning]
I suppose I should consider starting my One Stalk Revolution in Peru. I'm getting tired of beating my head against the wall, I swear I've aged ten years in the last two, my hair has started turning grey, it gives me headaches, and I never did like waking people up anyway. Especially when they're not ready to wake up. And Utahan's seem blissfully comfortable with there NWO Man, Jon Huntsman Jr., External Authority extraordanaire. There's no room for a Constitutional Republic in the socialist corporate world, and If Utahan's want the NWO, well, let em have it. I can always leave, right?
Provided I get out before they issue my papers.
Published on Sunday, May 8, 2005 by the Associated Press
US Backing for Colombia Drug War Criticized
by Andrew Selsky
One foreign drug agent recently stationed here said he personally believed the solution was to legalize drugs, so trafficking would not be so hugely profitable. The FARC and their paramilitary foes control much of the drug trade in Colombia, which produces most of the world's cocaine and much of its heroin.
"We should recognize that by criminalizing drugs, we are allowing outlawed groups in Colombia to earn a vast amount of money," said the agent, who did not want to be further identified.
The Monitor, a daily in McAllen, Texas, said in a recent editorial that the drug war is "a demonstrated failure," and argued for legalization. [Article]
Let's see, I think I covered that one too a while back. Yep.....
Such property-rights justice combined with terminating a corrupt judicial system, and the insanely destructive Republican “war on drugs” and its irrational anti-drug laws, would not only dramatically cut crime rates, police abuses, and drug pushing onto America’s youth, but would also cut the financial lifelines of terrorists and tyrants worldwide. [TM&SC from the beginning]
Not to mention the aftermarket.