ISIS is Israeli Secret Intelligence Service

Friday, June 23, 2017

Mind Against Mind

Mind Against Mind

By Charlotte Emma Lewis
June 23, 2017

Those that are complacently designed

By the simpering vanities

Of a domesticated world

Rarely find the peace of mind

Of which we all strive

Because their materialistic

Beliefs constrain them

In pools of normality

Drowning them in the pressures of society

And hanging them out to dry

In downloaded photos

That never fade

Our lives are all dictated

By the subconscious influence

Of one another

Thus our souls

Are irrefutably intertwined

Locked together in endless struggle

Mind Against Mind

Monday, June 19, 2017

The Lonewolf

The Lonewolf

By Adbusters
June 19, 2017

I’m a guerilla in an information war, a slow-simmering battle of
memes and counter-memes, ideologies and worldviews.

I’m reprogramming the capitalist algorithm, turning growth into
de-growth, taking back the meaning of “progress” and reinventing
the American Dream.

I’m popping up on the evening news, on billboards,
corporate websites and disrupting the spectacle.

Injecting cognitive dissonance.

Epiphanies around every corner.

Marching in the Streets is not for me.

I’ll do secret things.

Pick my own moment.

Turn a bank window into a work of art.

Nail a manifesto to the doors of the economics departments.

Blackspot an ATM.

Dance on the back of the stock market bull.

A beautiful gesture has its own way of making history.

Friday, June 16, 2017

There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

The Alexandria Shooting and Civil War in America

By Kurt Nimmo
June 16, 2017

The state will exercise it monopoly of violence and terror.

It’s the defining characteristic of the modern state.

The endgame is an authoritarian police and surveillance state.

The shooting at a Republican baseball practice in Virginia shouldn’t
come as a surprise.

It’s the result of months of establishment agitprop.

From Kathy Griffin posing with Trump’s severed head to a Trump
like Julius Caesar killed in Central Park play, the media has fixated
on strife between the two establishment parties.

This isn’t an accident.

It’s designed to keep Americans distracted and at each other’s
throats as the economy slowly implodes and the wars expand
with horrific toll.

The election of Trump provides a unique opportunity to create
partisan battle lines.

Social media is rife with venom and hatred as the alt-left faces
off against the alt-right.

Factions are established and receive support behind the scenes
from George Soros, the Koch Brothers, and the Democrat
“resistance,” a ludicrous moniker cooked up by the Democratic
National Committee under its new chairman Tom Perez.

The DNC announced it will throw a million dollars at its
Summer of Resistance.

This will further widen the political divide.

Polarization is increasingly intense and the establishment
propaganda media is fanning the flames.

Violence is escalating.

Antifa leftists attack Trump supporters and they respond in kind.

Activists are now openly carrying weapons.

We’re in the early stages of an engineered civil war.

Who benefits from this?

The state.

It’s a classic example of problem, reaction, solution.

Create political violence, or exploit that which is already festering,
and then unleash an authoritarian and militarized response.

Last year, a report by a government watchdog group tracked the
weapon expenditures of the federal government and found nearly
a billion and a half dollars in “military-style equipment” purchases
for 67 of its non-military agencies, including the IRS and the EPA.

The federal government is preparing for civil unrest.

The Pentagon is strategizing a response to large-scale civil unrest,
not only in America but around the world.

It began looking into this in 2008 after the engineered financial

In 2013, it was reported the Department of Homeland Security
engaged in a massive, covert military buildup.

The DHS has purchased 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition,
enough to sustain an Iraq-sized war for over twenty years.

DHS has also acquired heavily armored tanks, which have
been seen roaming the streets.

The state will exercise it monopoly of violence and terror.

It’s the defining characteristic of the modern state.

The endgame is an authoritarian police and surveillance state.

As the Nazi Hermann Goering knew, the people can always
be brought to the bidding of their leaders as they respond
to political violence.

He said it’s always a simple matter to drag the people along
whether it’s a democracy, a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament,
or a communist dictatorship.

As an operative for Operation Gladio pointed out, in order to
establish a police state innocent civilians must be attacked and
killed to force the public to turn to the state and demand greater

Now that a so-called progressive, a Bernie Sanders volunteer has
shot up Republicans playing baseball, how long before Congress
introduces yet another draconian law in response?

Now that the political class has been targeted, it probably won’t
take long.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017



By Robert Creely
June 14, 2017

America, you ode for reality!
Give back the people you took.

Let the sun shine again,
On the four corners of the world.

You thought of first but do not own,
Or keep like a convenience.

People are your own word,
You invented that locus and term.

Here, you said and say,
Is where we are,
Give back.

What we are,
These people you made us,
And nowhere but you to be.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Brief Analogies

Brief Analogies

By Yuan Changming
Dissident Voice
June 12, 2017

President Obama is to real change as
President Bush was to true peace

Republican senators are to family values as
Family values have been to domestic violence

Fire is to forest as
Hurricanes is to beach

Afghanistan was to Iraq as
Iraq was to Vietnam

Brush is to a painter as
Word to a liar

Friday, June 9, 2017

Tyranny At Home

Tyranny At Home

By Fred Reed
Information Clearing House
Friday, June 9, 2017

“The consolidation of the states into one vast empire, sure to
be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain
precursor of ruin which has overwhelmed all that preceded it.”
--Robert E. Lee

The man was perceptive.

Amalgamation of the states under a central government has led to
exactly the effects foreseen by General Lee.

In, say, 1950, to an appreciable though imperfect extent America
resembled a confederacy.

Different regions of the America had little contact with each other,
and almost no influence over one another.

The federal government was small and remote.

Interstates did not exist, nor of course the internet, nor even direct
long-distance telephone dialing.

West Virginia, Alabama, Massachusetts, New York City, Texas,
and California had little in common, but little conflict arose
since for practical purposes they were almost different countries.

They chiefly governed themselves. The proportion of federal
to state law was small.

It is important to note that regional differences were great.

In 1964 in rural Virginia, the boys brought shotguns to school during
deer season. Nobody shot anybody because it wasn’t in the culture.

The culture was uniform, so no one was upset.

It is when cultures are mixed, or one rules another,
that antagonism comes.

Such shotgun freedom would not have worked in New York City
with its variegated and often mutually hostile ethnicities.

Regions differed importantly in degree of freedom, not just in
the freedom of local populations to govern themselves but also
in individual freedom.

It made a large difference in the tenor of life.

If in Texas, rural Virginia, or West Virginia you wanted to build
an addition to your house, you did.

You didn’t need licenses, permits, inspections, union-certified

Speed limits? Largely ignored.

Federal requirements for Coast Guard approved flotation devices
on your canoe? What the hell kind of crazy idea was that?

Democracy works better the smaller the group practicing it.

In a town, people can actually understand the questions of the day.

They know what matters to them.

Do we build a new school, or expand the existing one?

Do we want our children to recite the pledge of allegiance,
or don’t we?

Reenact the Battle of Antietam? Sing Christmas carols in the
town square?

We can decide these things. Leave us alone.

States similarly knew what their people wanted and, within
the limits of human frailty, governed accordingly.

Then came the vast empire, the phenomenal increase in the power
and reach of the federal government, which really means the
Northeast Corridor.

The Supreme Court expanded and expanded and expanded the
authority of Washington, New York’s store-front operation.

The federals now decided what could be taught in the schools,
what religious practices could be permitted, what standards
employers could use in hiring, who they had to hire.

The media coalesced into a small number of corporations,
controlled from New York but with national reach.

More recently we have added surveillance of everything
by Washington’s intelligence agencies.

Tyranny at home, said General Lee. Just so.

This could happen only with the consolidation
of the states into one vast empire.

Tyranny comes easily when those seeking it need only corrupt a
single Congress, appoint a single Supreme Court, or control the
departments of one executive branch.

In a confederation of largely self-governing states, those
hungry to domineer would have to suborn fifty congresses.

It could not be done.

State governments are accessible to the governed.

They can be ejected.

They are much more likely to be sympathetic to the desires
of their constituents since they are of the same culture.

Aggressive abroad, said General Lee.

Is this not exactly what we see?

At this moment Washington has the better part of a thousand
military bases around the world, unnecessary except for the
maintenance of empire.

America exists in a state of constant war, bombing Afghanistan,
Pakistan, Syria, Somalia, recently having destroyed Iraq and Libya.

Washington threatens Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China.

Its military moves deeper into Africa.

Washington sanctions Cuba, Russia, North Korea, and Iran,
to no effect.

It constantly tries to dominate other nations,
for example adding to NATO.

None of these wars and little if any of the imperial aggression
interests more than a tiny fraction of the country’s people.

To whom can the war against Afghanistan matter? Libya?

Few people have heard of Montenegro.

Does its membership in NATO or lack of it affect Idaho?

In a confederacy, states would have to approve a war.

Few would unless the United States itself were threatened.

They might well refuse to pay for wars not in their benefit,
or to allow their sons, daughters, and transgenders to be

But with a central government, those benefiting from
war can concentrate money and influence only on that

For example, military industry, Israel, big oil, Wall Street.

Wars might carry the votes of states with arms factories.

Other states would decline.

In principle, the Constitution should have prevented
the hijacking of the military that we now suffer.

As we all should know, and some do, America cannot under the
Constitution go to war without a declaration by Congress, the
last one of which occurred in 1941.

But a single central government can be corrupted more easily
than fifty state governments.

A few billionaires, well-funded lobbies, and the remoteness of
Washington from the common consciousness make controlling the
legislature as easy as buying a pair of shoes.

And thus, just as Marse Bob expected, the federals are out of
control and make war without the least reference to the nation.

If America attacks North Korea, or Russia, or China,
we will read of it the day after.

The central government, and only the central government,

A few days ago I read that the Pentagon contemplates
sending thousands of additional troops to Afghanistan.

This combines tyranny at home and aggression abroad.

Who wants to send them?

A few neocons in New York, the arms industry, a few generals,
and several senators.

It could not happen in a confederacy.

Will this, as General Lee predicted, prove “the certain precursor
of ruin which has overwhelmed all that preceded it.”? Wait.

Monday, June 5, 2017

The Paris Accord

The Paris Accord

By Jenny Worman
June 5, 2017

Over the past five years U.S. emissions have fallen by 270 million
tons, while China—the No. 1 CO 2 emitter—added 1.1 billion tons.

Yet, China was not required to reduce emissions until 2030 in the
Paris Accord?

The United States, $20 trillion in debt, and having had a $347
Billion dollar trade deficit with China in 2016, would be forced
to pay billions to China to modernize its manufacturing, sending
even more of our jobs and money to them?

That's not very fair is it?

Further, The Paris Accord document is a treaty in international law.

It has 100% of the legal attributes of a treaty.

If you examine the UN website all the reporting on this
accord treats it as a treaty.

Under The US Constitution, treaties must be ratified by
the United States Senate.

Obama claimed to have unilaterally ratified the treaty.

He had no such power to do so.

The United States is NOT legitimately a party to this treaty
to begin with.

Thus, President Trump is not withdrawing from the Paris Accords.

A nation must FIRST be a party before they can withdraw.

President Trump is simply giving the world notice that
this act of Obama acting as a dictator was NOT valid.

The fact that Obama refused to send it to the Senate to get
ratified is all the evidence you need to know that it is a bad

If it was good for America, it could and should get ratified
by the Senate.

In all of the hyperbole, the person who acted irresponsibly is the
one who CIRCUMVENTED the Constitution and attempted to impose
international control over this country all by himself.

That person was Obama.

Friday, June 2, 2017



By Expotera
June 2, 2017

Earlier this week President Donald J. Trump tweeted the following,
"Despite the negative covfefe".....

According to, "The Marshall Report" Covfefe’ (pronounced “cuv
– fee- fae”) is an Antediluvian term for, “In the end we win.”

It was commonly used by the sons of Adam to rail against the evil
actions of the fallen who had led man astray.

The term gained popularity prior to the great deluge and was rarely
used after the flood subsided. It regained favor around the time
Nimrod was building his tower, after which it was entirely lost in
translation at Babel.

Now beyond, "The Marshall Report" I have not been able to
independently verify whether this is the true definition or not,
but below is a acronym for, "COVFEFE" that not only makes sense,
but also explains what really happened to, "Seth Rich" as well.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Demons Run

Demons Run

By Steven Moffat
May 31, 2017

Demons run when a good man goes to war
Night will fall and drown the sun
When a good man goes to war

Friendship dies and true love lies
Night will fall and the dark will rise
When a good man goes to war

Demons run, but count the cost
The battle’s won, but the child is lost

Monday, May 29, 2017

Uncommon Valour

Uncommon Valour

By Got Guanxi
May 29, 2017

Soldier of fortune making moves on the battlefield,
Chess checking chances,
Suntzu advances,
As the sun moves and dances.

Creeping in trenches, sleeping in shifts,
Bullets fly overhead as you hope that they'll miss,
Butterflies in the rose fields,
Butchered guys in the poppy fields.

Broken dreams, decimated teams,
Regiments unravelled at the seems,
Unrivalled scenes that you could never believe,
Superhuman movements and medals achieved.

Let go and breath,
Silently amongst violence and tryrants.

No man planned, for no man's land,
The best laid plans lead to mass graves,
Massacres last for days,
It's hard to understand.

Tactics underhand, gas masks steal identies,
You must move fast to counteract the effects of,
Mustard gas and hidden identities,
Popup cemetries, innovative remedies.

Death strikes at any moment,
Yet it's hard to keep focus,
Don't lose your mind,
Mistakes of mankind, repeated in time.

Baby faced freshmen, turn to hard face veterans,
In the spaces of seconds,
Replaced in moments with conscripted kids,
Deplaced from happy homes.

Men never found and no chance to atone,
Warmongers amongst them that soon change there tones,
Railway children leave villages in rubble,
Cornered and in trouble as the bodycount doubles.

Dark nights spent in candlelight,
Children sleep in there bed,
As bombers glide overhead,
The bleek reality goes over their heads.

The blitz is a travesty that decimates architecture,
And leaves structures in travesty,
Calamities in the evening and in the morning,
A start clarity of the destructive reality.

Hindsight in bombsites, mortuaries from mortar shells,
Instructions to give them hell,
You believe them less as each days passes,
Bodies piled up in masses, teardrops without caskets.

Only dog tags identify the men in the body bags,
Men treated worse than dogs,
The living skip over the corpses of fallen comrades.

Peace will not come fast,
Hard to run fast with rations and rucksacks,
Bullets start to wizz past,
As they proceed to fulfill dumb tasks.

Whiskey in hip flasks,
Trying to shoot back,
Wishing you just get a lift back,
Home to the motherland.

Fighting in foreign lands,
Your mother holds her head in her wrinkled hands,
Her husband holds her close,
He's been there before you.

Fought in the great war too,
And lived through to tell the tale,
And ironically see history repeating itself,
A picture of their son sits on the shelf,
He lies wounded in battle, needing there help.

Oh well,
Give them hell,
It's just one of many stories to tell.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

To The Warmongers

To The Warmongers

By Siegfried Sassoon
May 27, 2017

I’m back again from hell
With loathsome thoughts to sell;
Secrets of death to tell;
And horrors from the abyss.

Young faces bleared with blood,
Sucked down into the mud,
You shall hear things like this,
Till the tormented slain.

Crawl round and once again,
With limbs that twist awry,
Moan out their brutish pain,
As for the fighters pass them by.

For you our battles shine
With triumph half-divine;
And the glory of the dead,
Kindles in each proud eye.

But a curse is on my head,
That shall not be unsaid,
And the wounds in my heart are red,
For I have watched them die.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Chicken Hawk

The Chicken Hawk

By CitrineSunrise
All Poetry
May 24, 2017

I wanted to be a mechanic.

I wanted to learn a trade.

Yet here I am in this desert hell,
Fighting wars politicians made.

We're moved like puzzle pieces,
More than half a world away.

We fight, we bleed, our psyches scarred,
Today, and every day.

Not only have they never fought,
Their children have been spared.

It's left to us, the young and poor,
To go where they've not dared.

It's easy to be a commander,
When you've never come to harm.

It's easy to make decisions,
With your loved ones safe and warm.

If I could have one wish,
It would not be for wealth.

I'd pray that no one could wage a war,
Unless he had served himself.

Monday, May 22, 2017

The Golan Hillbillies

The Golan Hillbillies

By Jeff Prager
May 22, 2017

Come and listen to my story ‘bout a man named Jacob,
A rich racketeer always kept his mistresses naked.

And then one day he was hangin’ with the Jews,
And up through the ground come a bubblin crude.

Oil that is, black gold, Texas tea, on the Golan Heights man.

Well we already know old Jake's a billionaire,
With kinfolk stretched across the planet everywhere.

Except not a relative lived in Tel Aviv,
Loaded up the limo and moved in with the Israeli’s.

On the Heights, that is,
Oil pools, movie deals, war!

Well, now it’s time to say goodbye to Jake and all his kin,
Dick, Rupert, and Effie, thank you all for kindly droppin in.

You’re all invited back next week to this same area,
To have an illegal heapin’ helpin’ of our bombs in Syria.

Golan Hillbillies, that is.

Set a spell, take yer shoes off,
Y’all come back now, y’hear?

Thursday, May 18, 2017

The Coming Civil War In America

The Coming Civil War In America

By Dr. Michael Hill
League Of The South
May 18, 2017

With each passing day, we move closer to open conflict in America
–civil war, if you will–between the forces of Western Civilization
(which is founded on a biblical understanding of nationalism) and
the forces of Judeo-Marxism or godless international leftism in

Both major US political parties are being pulled in one of these
directions or the other.

As soon as Trump took office back in January (if not before), the
left made it clear that it would not accept the practical outcome
of the November 2016 election.

For the past few months, they have done everything they can to
prevent the new administration from governing and from enacting
the platform on which it was elected.

This resistance goes as far as openly disobeying the law (see
“Sanctuary Cities”) and carrying out street violence against
Trump supporters (see Antifa and Black Lives Matter).

The elite, Jew-dominated media have run interference for the
left by pushing the anti-nationalist, progressive Narrative non

The tension has been ratcheted so high that something simply
has to give.

And it will.

All it will take is one incident in which a supporter of one side or
the other is killed in a public venue and the episode distributed
widely on social media.

If things keep moving as they are now, such a tragic event is not
merely possible but likely.

Then the conflagration begins in earnest.

I have long been convinced that the US was headed for a real civil
war (that conflict from 1861-65 was not a “civil war” but a war
between two sovereign nations) and that the left would precipitate
it by their intolerance of any rule but their own.

Their leftist ideology simply will not allow them to compromise
for the sake of establishing a stable society in which differences
are worked out peacefully by well and long-established means.

For the left, the so-called virtues of tolerance and diversity
are ploys to be used against gullible conservatives.

The left itself has no truck with either.

They are interested only in establishing an ideological state that
is at base anti-white and anti-Christian.

It is high time “conservatives” wake up to the game that has been
worked so successfully against them for the last half century.

When someone like Trump, who ostensibly represents the interests
of the normal white middle and working classes who elected him,
stands in the way of the leftist work of progressing toward the
establishment of their ideological state, leftists behave as they are
at present–with violence and obstruction.

The U.S. has ceased to be a governable polity in 2017.

It must split into at least two (and preferably more) separate,
sovereign political entities to accommodate the two fundamental
sides or it must be plagued with hostilities that ultimately will
lead to open conflict and bloodshed on a scale unimaginable since
World War Two in a civilized part of the world.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Humpty Hillary

Humpty Hillary

By Ben Garrison
May 11, 2017

... all of her forces and the MSM couldn't put Hillary together again.

To enlarge this comic illustration simply right click directly on the
comic illustration 👌

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Comey & Crooked Hillary

Comey & Crooked Hillary

By Deb Della Piana
May 10, 2017

Trust me. I don't think much of James Comey.

In fact, I can't think of one head of the FBI that I've respected.

I believe they are puppets just like our elected $hills.

That being said, I stand by one thing to this day:

James Comey had nothing to do with Hillary Clinton's loss.

I say that confidently because not one person in America even
"gets" that what she did with her server actually DID violate the
Espionage Act.

You do not need to have criminal intent.

All you need to do is what she did.

Remove classified documents from their secure surroundings.


End of story.

Nobody cared.

For me, it was a very important factor, but for most people it's
over their heads.

Hillary Clinton is the reason Hillary Clinton lost.

She lost because she telegraphs that she doesn't give a shit about
the vast majority of Americans.

She does not travel in their circles, and she doesn't care to
understand their needs.

She sure didn't visit any of those areas of the country in all the
time she was out there running for the highest office in the land.

And she surrounded herself with people just like her: Corrupt.

From Debbie Wasserman Schultz, to Donna Brazile, to David Brock,
to George Soros.

They say you are judged by the company you keep.

People who aren't in a position of having to figure out just how to
get enough to "get by" probably don't give two shits about that paragraph above.

But I believe those who are in that position actually DO give a shit.

In short, I'm on board with blaming Mr. Comey for many things, one
of which is dropping the investigation into Hillary Clinton and the
Clinton Foundation.

But please, let us not blame James Comey for Clinton's 2016 loss.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Is Trump Really President?

Is Trump Really President?

Is Trump being allowed to “Play at President” for public
consumption, while the generals, spooks, and financial
pirates run the show?

By Jack Rasmus
Information Clearing House
Friday, May 5, 2017

These are strange times in U.S. politics.

And stranger still is the emerging character of the
Trump presidency.

Events are appearing with growing frequency, raising the question
who is really running the White House and the U.S. government?

Is Trump really the president?

Trump sits there on the second floor, spending late evenings
into early mornings tweeting to the world.

In itself, that’s politically weird.

But even more strange is what he’s tweeting and the next day

We hear about the aircraft carrier task force in Asia that was
reportedly steaming at full speed to the North Korean coast a
few weeks ago, only to learn soon after it was actually headed
in the opposite direction to Australia.

Did Donald imagine that?

Was the U.S. Navy informed or requested by its titular commander
in chief to turn around and go north … and then didn’t?

Was Trump’s command to go north perhaps countermanded by
some head of Naval operations, or maybe someone else in the
White House or government?

Or did he just imagine it all and never even informed the Navy
to head to Korea?

All the possibilities are strange.

Very strange.

And then there was the announcement by Trump that his big
budget was going to be announced in a few days.

It wasn’t even prepared.

Government bureaucrats had to quickly slap something together
in a couple of pages to provide to the press.

Trump did it again, tweeted announcing his big tax cuts.

Again the bureaucrats were caught off guard and had to throw
some general outline together and issue it to the press.

All this happened after it was generally known that the tax cut
proposals were not going to be developed until late summer,
and that the Obamacare Repeal bill had to go forward first.

The Obamacare repeal was a necessary prerequisite for the
general tax cut.

Its $592 billion in tax cuts for business and investors had to
come first.

Until it was resolved, it made no sense to publicize elements of the
yet bigger tax cuts of trillions of dollars more scheduled to follow.

But Trump tweeted it anyway, and the bureaucracy jumped,
putting something down on paper.

Who’s communicating what to whom?

Is Donald just lobbing electronic policy missiles out of the second
floor of the White House, hoping some bureaucrat will catch them
before morning?

Or perhaps Trump is being allowed to sit up there on the second
floor of the White House and do his tweet thing, while others
actually run the government.

By others, perhaps it is vice-president Pence in charge, working
with some inside committee of key cabinet officers and the
intelligence spooks in the NSA-CIA-FBI?

Is Trump being allowed to, “Play at President” for public
consumption, while the generals, spooks, and Goldman Sachs
financial pirates run the show?

It’s hard to believe that the members of his administration and
the government State bureaucracy knew in advance of Trump’s
recent tweets welcoming Philippines President Duterte to the
White House.

Or that Trump would tweet recently that he’s willing to meet with
North Korea’s president, for whom he, Trump, had great respect.

You can imagine the political constipation that comment caused the
spooks and the generals in charge of State, Defense, and National

Nov. 30, 2016, this writer wrote a piece predicting that Trump the
right wing populist would be successfully ‘tamed’ by the political
elites of this country that really run the show.

I laid out some ideas how that would be accomplished,
but I didn’t think it would happen so fast and so easily.

The past month has witnessed Trump doing a total about face on
virtually all his right-wing populist proposals during the election.

He’s backtracking so fast it’s a wonder he hasn’t tripped
over himself. (Check that, he has).

What explains his 180 degree turnabout?

Was his talk of right wing populism during the campaign
all political election hype?

Tell the people whatever they want to hear to get elected, and
then go do whatever the moneybags really running the show
want from you---which is big tax cuts, massive across-the-board
deregulation, end the taxation on Obamacare and we don’t care
what happens to the rest of it, give us some infrastructure spending
deals that resurrect wheeling-dealing commercial property
investments with big tax loopholes, and just tweak and rearrange
existing free trade treaties.

So what we actually got so far from Trump during his first 100 days
is government by ‘executive orders’—i.e. repealing environmental
protections, gutting immigrants’ rights, going after sanctuary cities,
opening up national monuments and parks to mining and cattle
exploitation, subsidizing killer coal companies, attacking consumer
protection, smoke and mirror changes to H1-B skilled worker import
quotas that haven’t changed, gutting K-12 education and shifting
funds to private schools from public, opening up offshore drilling,
and so on.

But elsewhere it’s been a wholesale retreat from his election
positions, proposals, and promises.

Here’s a short list:

Trump does a reversal on China, from declaring it a currency
manipulator to offering it major concessions at the Mar-a-Lago
meeting, in exchange for help with North Korea.

One wonders if China’s offshore islands expansion is also part
of the deal.

From NATO is a waste of money and unnecessary, Trump shifts
to NATO is the great bulwark against Russia.

From Putin the great leader to Putin is responsible for Syria
using poison gas--of which still no proof thereof by the way.

Is it true, or is it all in that great American tradition of “yellow
cake” (2003), “babies thrown from incubators” (1990), “tonkin
gulf”(1965), “the war on drugs” (Panama invasion), “Soviets are
in Grenada,” and “remember the Maine” (Spanish-American War)
incidents that always precede and justify US going to war.

From Mexico is going to pay for the wall, to there’ll be no wall
(latest per Homeland Security Secretary).

From dumping NAFTA, to “I’m not going to terminate
NAFTA”’ (Trump quote).

And then there’s Trump’s staged press conferences with companies
like Carrier Corp., indicating they’re not going to export some jobs
to Mexico for now (as they continue to plan to export still others at
the same time).

And the list of companies announcing jobs they intend to hire in
the US without saying when, or that they already had planned to
hire them anyway prior to the press conference.

From cancelling the TTP free trade deal (already killed in
Congress), to declaring a reopening of the TTIP free trade
deal with Europe.

And what about the silent deal Trump struck with Japan’s prime
minister, Shinzo Abe, when he was here?

It’s been leaked that Japan will pick up the lead on the TPP
renegotiations and the U.S. will join it later.

Or Mexico’s recent offer to the U.S. to just apply the TPP terms
to a new ‘reform’ of NAFTA by Mexico and the U..S?

Watch both these back door free trade resurrections,
they’re coming too.

And what about Trump’s organizational about face, with right wing
ideologue Steve Bannon banished from the National Security Council
and pro-Russia general Flynn banished from the government?

What I also find interesting is the intense media attack on
Trump— focusing on his Russia connection, his tax returns,
nepotism in the White House, his companies’ benefiting (a
violation of the emoluments clause of the US constitution)
and calls for impeachment in Congress—all of sudden all the
above have disappeared from view in the media front page.

They’ve been put on the back burner in Congress and the press.

And there’s no more damaging leaks coming weekly from the
intelligence spooks either.

Instead, what we hear is talk about ‘now he’s coming around’
beginning to appear presidential.

Is all that just coincidental? Hmmm.

Is this a presidency where the Donald gets to sit on the second
floor of the White House and do his late night tweets, and the
bureaucrats scurry the next day to clean up?

Where Donald is brought downstairs to the oval office for Executive
Order signings or occasional reporter interviews and then trotted
back upstairs?

Is it a presidency where he makes his late night calls to his
moneybag friends, like the billionaire Mercers and others,
to find out ‘how am I doing guys’?

While the rest of the representatives of the economic and political
elite run the show?

Is this a Trump presidency, or a government by Generals-Goldman
Sachs-Pence, with son in law Kushner functioning as intermediary
between them and the Donald?

A government of second floor tweets and first floor executive order
signing events?

The quality of the American presidency has been in steady decline
for decades.

From the crook Nixon to the inept peanut farmer, Carter; from
the movie-actor, camera friendly Reagan to the morally sleezy
opportunist Bill Clinton; from know-nothing George Bush to the
super-cautious false progressive Obama; and now to the fake right
populist, blowhard, tweety-bird called Donald Trump.

We’re going to need a lot of luck to get through the next three and
a half years folks!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

The Snake

The Snake

By Expotera
April 30, 2017

Yesterday President Donald. J. Trump celebrated his 100th day in
office by holding a campaign style rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

During the rally President Trump treated his supporters to
a dramatic poetry reading, delivering Al Wilson's ballad,
"The Snake" to help commemorate his first 100 days in office.

During his campaign President Trump regularly recited this
poem as a cautionary tale against allowing, "Syrian Refugees"
to take advantage of American generosity.

But after both openly supporting and voting for him, as well as also
witnessing how he has not only gone back on his, "WORD" but how
he has treated others who both openly supported as well as voted
for him like General Michael Flynn, Gov. Chris Christie, Mayor Rudy
Giuliani, Roger Stone, as well as, "Julian Assange" in his first 100
days in office, I truly believe Mr. Wilson's ballad below is a far more
actuate description of people, and of men like, "President Trump"
versus being a far more actuate description of, "Syrian Refugees"
and/or any of the rest of us who have not openly sold our, "Souls"
to the devil, and/or openly sold our, "Country" out, for our very
own personal gain, while at the very same time continuing to try to
project onto, "Others" what we really and truly are, "Ourselves".....

The Snake
Al Wilson (1968)

On her way to work one morning,
Down the path along side the lake,
A tender hearted woman,
Saw a poor half frozen snake

His pretty colored skin,
Had been all frosted with the dew,
"Poor thing," she cried,
"I'll take you in and I'll take care of you"

"Take me in tender woman,
Take me in, for heaven's sake,
Take me in, tender woman,"
Sighed the snake

She wrapped him all cozy,
In a comforter of silk,
And laid him by her fireside,
With some honey and some milk

She hurried home from work that night,
And soon as she arrived,
She found that pretty snake she'd taken to,
Had been revived

"Take me in, tender woman,
Take me in, for heaven's sake,
Take me in, tender woman,"
Sighed the snake

She clutched him to her bosom,
"You're so beautiful," she cried,
"But if I hadn't brought you in,
By now you might have died"

She stroked his pretty skin again,
And kissed and held him tight,
Instead of saying thanks,
The snake gave her a vicious bite!

"Take me in, tender woman,
Take me in, for heaven's sake,
Take me in, tender woman,"
Sighed the snake

"I saved you," cried the woman,
"And you've bitten me, but why?
You know your bite is poisonous,
And now I'm going to die"

"Oh shut up, silly woman,"
Said the reptile with a grin,
"You knew damn well I was a snake,
Before you took me in"

"Take me in, tender woman,
Take me in, for heaven's sake,
Take me in, tender woman,"
Sighed the snake

Trump Reads 'The Snake' at 100th Day Rally

Friday, April 28, 2017

U.S.(C48) Debt

U.S.(C48) Debt

By Ezra Pound
(June 5, 1943)
U.S.(C48) Debt
April 28, 2017

Will you folks back in America NEVER realize that you are fightin’
this war IN ORDER to get into debt?

I mean just that, you have been dumped into the war IN ORDER
to get into debt.

To get in further, to get in up to the chin, the throat.

To get into the morass up to your eyebrows and
no man living can see WHEN you will get out of it.

Wars are made to make debt.

The other reasons are hooey.

It don’t in one way matter who got you into it.

In another way it matters a lot; because WHEN you
discover who got you into it, you may begin to cast
round toward, begin to wonder WHY you are in.

Debt is an implement for creatin’ and enforcin’ slavery.

Your Rhoosian allies are slaves of an infernal state,
life sentence.

You have pretty nigh got a life sentence.

Prosperity WAS just round the corner.

Now it ain’t, not by a darn sight.

It is NOT just round the corner.

And the LONGER you go on being at war,
the further off it will be.

Lunacies, manias, collective hallucinations are abstract.

They are general.

They do NOT look at the FACTS in front of their noses.

As for example Mr. Hopkins, dispeptic Harry.

Now Europe is fighting quite definitely for something concrete.

Europe is also fighting for something avowable.

The ashes of his fathers and the temples of his gods?

Those also are something worth fightin’ for.

Great odds were NOT against you in 1939.

Nothing threatened your welfare.

You are NOT fighting for the bonnie blue eyes of old England.

That much is at least, and at last pretty clear.

England is getting indebted.

She WAS indebted.

She is now MORE so.

Do YOU get anything out of it?

I think most of you do not, and will not.

You most certainly did not, last time.

If Mr. Hopkins is to be believed, you are already constricted,
and Harry hopes you will be more so.

Sadism is one form of mania.

Do you NOTICE it, in particular cases, does it appear amongst ye,
in any PARTicular instance?

Have you by contrast ever known a single case in which a mortgage
did any positive GOOD to a farm?

Have you ever known a case in which a debt benefited the debtor?

In which the necessity to pay some interest per month or per year
on a loan was of any positive use to the borrower?

And if your personal interest payments on a loan or a mortgage
exceeded your income, would it help you to sleep and eat?

Your allies, the English, had the edge on you some years ago,
but they are NOT very intelligent.

Some of you see a net gain in things, mostly territory that used to
be English, and that seems likely to belong to the U.S.A. someday,
if somebody don’t take it from you.

It don’t strike me that anybody in Europe ever had any intention
of takin’ it from you.

But then there is Asia.

Russia is largely in Asia.

Russia and Japan are NOT at this moment at war.

Mr. Wallace foresees danger of war with Russia unless Stalin
will eat angel cake and give you the icing.

Mr. Stalin once spoke harshly of loan Kapital.

He once upbraided the Czarist regime with having spent a lot of
Russian blood in the interest of the loan sharks of Paris and London.

Why would he eat angel cake out of Wallace’s kitty-bag?

Why wouldn’t he be ready to divide up with Japan, say a sphere
of influence in Alaska, while the men of Nippon went down to
eat kangaroo meat and take a dip in the Australian wool trade?

Mr. Wallace’s propensity to venture forth on the apple bough is
such as would cause perturbation to any nation less acephalous
than that now in habiting the N. American continent.

Now lest you think I am making this up as I go along, or lest you
think my view is tinged by opinion picked up in the Mediterranean
basin, let me quote you one of your “allies” who wrote it back in
1931, in Mr. G.K. Chesterton’s paper.

Let me be serious.

Let me animadvert, or at least cite a few passages
from J. Desmond Gleeson on winning the War.

Oh no, not THIS war.

The last war.

Gleeson was writing in 1931 on winning the last war.

They saw the golden sun setting in the West.

They certainly did win the war and the losers stood about the
shores of their ancient continent looking toward the newer
continent where the world had begun splendidly again.

I prefer G.K. Chesterton’s style to Gleeson’s. Quote:

But though it seems a criminal thing to say the business men of
America were not quite so business like as they should have been.

They organized a scheme of debts due to themselves and appointed
a chief debt collector, but neglected to close down all workshops in
the U.S.A.

They piled up stacks of finished stuffs designed for every
imaginary purpose.

They anticipated the wishes and set a whole complicated and
expensive process in motion that should FORCE individuals to
own to the wishes that the big business man wished them to

That is a rather florid prelude, a florid way of expressing the
prelude to the present mass slaughter, but go back and read it.

There were, according to Gleeson, but two ways out.

Either the manufacturers must distribute their goods free of all
cost … or they must stop the incoming tribute at least for a space.

By riddin’ themselves of their goods without charge they might
still go on with their production.

Or by cutting off the gold stream, the gold might accumulate
abroad and THEN be used for purchase.

That was the end of Hoover.

The process of buying the gold with dollars, thereby robbing the
American people of THEIR purchasing power as well, was another
ultimate flower in the Talmudic garden.

It is not, and has not been my purpose in these talks to speak of
this war as an isolated phenomenon, a bit of meteorite fallen from
some other planet.

My function is to arouse a little curiosity about a PROCESS.

War is PART of a process.

Some men would want to know what part of a process it is,
and what process it is a part OF.,_1943)_

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Uncle Sam Goddamn

Uncle Sam Goddamn

By Brother Ali
April 26, 2017

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
Grand imperial guard
Were the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Lets do this shit for real
Come on now

Smoke and mirrors, stripes and stars
Stolen for the cross in the name of God

Bloodshed, genocide, rape and fraud
Writ into the pages of the law good lord

The Cold Continent latch key child
Ran away one day and started acting foul

King of where the wild things are daddy's proud
Because the Roman Empire done passed it down

Imported and tortured a work force
And never healed the wounds or shook the curse off

Now the grown up Goliath nation
Holding open auditions for the part of David

Can you feel it?

Nothing can save you; you question the reign
You get rushed in and chained up

Fist raised but I must be insane
Because I can't figure a single damn way to change it

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

All must bow to the fat and lazy
The fuck you, obey me, and why do they hate me?

Who me?

Only two generations away
From the world's most despicable slavery trade

Pioneered so many ways to degrade a human being
That it can't be changed to this day

Legacy so ingrained in the way that we think;
We no longer need chains to be slaves

Lord it's a shameful display
The overseers even got raped along the way

Because the children can't escape from the pain
And they're born with poisonous hatred in their veins

Try and separate a man from his soul
You only strengthen him, and lose your own

But shoot that fucker if he walk near the throne
Remind him that this is my home

Now I'm gone

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Hold up, give me one right here
Hold on

You don't give money to the bums
On a corner with a sign bleeding from their gums

Talking about you don't support a crackhead?
What you think happens to the money from your taxes?

Shit the Government's an addict
With a billion dollar a week kill brown people habit

And even if you ain't on the front line
When massah yell crunch time, you right back at it

Plain, look at how you hustling backwards
At the end of the year, add up what they subtracted

Three outta twelve months your salary pays for that madness
Man, that's sadness

What's left? get a big ass plasma
To see where they made Dan Rather point the damn camera

Only approved questions get answered
Now stand your ass up for that national anthem

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Welcome to the United Snakes
Land of the thief, home of the slave
The grand imperial guard
Where the dollar is sacred, and power is God

Monday, April 24, 2017

22 Too Many

22 Too Many

By Joseph Turcotte
April 24, 2017

With over a million casualties as a result of marching into Iraq
on the search for, "WMD's" and a near economic meltdown also
as a result, it is with sadness I mention the two mile radius kill
range that practically vaporized anything in its path.

I am amazed that in only a few short hours, 36 Isis terrorists
were able to be identified.

I wonder how many innocent neighbors also went to their graves?

Men, women, children.... certainly more effective than gas,
yet not condemned by anyone.

No wonder 22 American warriors a day are committing suicide.

The guilt must be enormous....

Saturday, April 22, 2017

The Devil's Sons

The Devil's Sons

By Termite
April 22, 2017

And those of us who are tired and old
Just sit and wait
For some mad man to decide our fate

They cannot see the coming day
For their egos are at play

Wars are something no one wins
We are the ones that pay for their sins

So quietly we do sit
While they fill our lives with their bullshit

The young are really not to blame
They are the ones who will bear our shame

They cannot do what they don't know
The ones who profit from the bow

Are the ones who are the devil's sons
And care not one ounce if wars are won

The almighty dollar is their king
And war on earth is what they bring

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Syria For Dummies

Syria For Dummies

By Jeff Prager
April 20, 2017

This is a pipe war.

Qatar has a big pot of oil.

Iran has a bigger pot of oil.

They both want to sell their oil to Europe.

Both desperately need the money.

Only one will win and be able to do that.

The pipeline to supply that oil must transit Syria.

Syria has said no to Qatar.

Syria has said yes to Iran.

Russia supports Syria and Iran.

Russia & Syria use Russian & Syrian troops.

The US supports Qatar & OPEC.

The US, Qatar & OPEC use ISIS head-choppers.

In the middle of all of this mass murdering jockeying for the big
black gooey prize, Israel illegally sold a plot of land with another
big pot of oil—on the Golan Heights which is still Syrian land—to
Dick Cheney, Jacob Rothschild, Rupert Murdoch and Effie Eitan
and their Genie Oil company.

Dick, Jacob, Rupert and Effie would very much like to develop
that pot of Black Gold, "Texas Tea" but that's all background
noise compared to what's happening in Syria.

Any questions?

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

False Flag

False Flag

By The Last Boy In Line
Illustration By Ben Garrison
Tuesday, April 18, 2017



(plural false flags)

a. (nautical) A ruse, in the days of sail, in which an attacking ship
would fly the colours of its enemy until close enough to open fire.

b. (espionage, military) A diversionary or propaganda tactic
of deceiving an adversary into thinking that an operation was
carried out by another party.


The contemporary term, "False Flag" describes covert operations
that are designed to deceive in such a way that activities appear
as though they are being carried out by entities, groups or nations
other than those who actually planned and executed them. [1]

Historically, the term, "False Flag" has its origins in naval warfare
where the use of a flag other than the belligerent's true battle flag
before (but not while) engaging the enemy has long been accepted
as a permissible ruse de guerre; by contrast flying a false flag while
engaging the enemy constitutes perfidy. [1]

Operations carried out during peace-time by civilian organizations,
as well as covert government agencies, can (by extension) also
be called, "False Flag" operations, if they seek to hide the real
organization behind an operation. [1]

Friday, April 14, 2017

Here Dead We Lie

Here Dead We Lie

By Alfred Housman
April 14, 2017

Here dead we lie,
Because we did not choose,
To live and shame the land,
From which we sprung.

Life, to be sure,
Is nothing much to lose,
But young men think it is,
And we were young.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

The Statesman

The Statesman

By Mark Twain
April 12, 2017

The statesman will invent cheap lies, putting the blame upon
the nation that is attacked, and every man will be glad of those
conscience-soothing falsities, and will diligently study them,
and refuse to examine any refutations of them; and thus he will
by and by convince himself the war is just, and will thank God
for the better sleep he enjoys after this process of grotesque

Sunday, April 9, 2017

An Open Letter To Satan

An Open Letter To Satan

By Expotera
April 9, 2017


Roses are red and violets are blue, "World War III" is now here, and
The Creator say's, "FUCK YOU".....


Friday, April 7, 2017

New World Order

New World Order

By Scribble Inc.
April 7, 2017

Read all about it

It's happening again
When's it gonna end
It's no surprise
All the lies
Fearful of the future
It's just a huge disguise

Read all about it

Double dip recession
Economic deep depression
Giving the impression
Of total protection
Forgot to mention
It's financial oppression

Read all about it

World wide threat
The scariest yet
Intended world debt
Our future being sold
The lies we are told
The road upon we're led
Unknown of the road ahead
Enslaved by debt
And a terror threat

Working toward a
New World Order

Friday, March 31, 2017

Make America Great Again

Make America Great Again

By The Last Boy In Line
Friday, March 31, 2017

There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the
sword. The other is by debt. -- 2nd U.S. President John Adams 1826

Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence
of the citizens. They fall, when the wise are banished from the
public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate
are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray
them. -- US Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story 1833

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter
and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.
-- 16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln 1865

Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers
own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power
to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create
enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from
them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear and they
ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world
to live in. But, if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers and pay
the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.
-- Sir Josiah Stamp 1st Baron Stamp 1927

Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt.
-- 31st U.S. President Herbert Hoover 1933

Plan of Action For U.S. Spend! Spend! Spend! Under The Guise
of Recovery - Bust The Government - Blame The Capitalist For
The Failure - Junk The Constitution And Declare A Dictatorship.
-- Chicago Tribune Cartoon 1934

The jews are one of the principal forces attempting to lead the
U.S. into war. The jews' greatest danger to this country lies in
their large ownership and influence in our motion pictures, our
press, our radio, and our Government. I am saying the leaders of
the jewish race wish to involve us in wars that are not American.
-- Congressman Charles Lindbergh September 11, 1941

The accomplice to the crime of corruption is frequently
our own indifference. -- Bess Myerson Miss America 1945

I think the biggest threat we have to our national security is our
debt. -- Admiral Mike Mullen President Obama's Joint Chief of Staff
July 06, 2010

This debt is like a cancer... it is truly going to destroy the country
from within. -- Erskine Bowles Co-Chair President Obama's National
Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform July 11, 2010

President Obama has almost doubled our national debt to more
than $19 trillion and growing. And yet, what do we have to show
for it? Our roads and bridges are falling apart, our airports are in
Third World condition, and forty-three million Americans are on
food stamps. -- 45th U.S. President Donald Trump July 21, 2016

Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.
-- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. —from "I Have A Dream" speech,
Washington, D.C., August 28, 1963

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Zombie Nation

The Zombie Nation

By Forty Two
March 29, 2017

This zombie nation is our own creation
Caused by complete contamination

When the kool aid virus infected education
Removing critical thinking from a generation

In the evening breeze you can smell the stink
From a population that can no longer think

Where fact and fiction freely interlink
In the echo chamber of group think

The damage is paraded for all to see
From the social justice warrior lobotomy

That makes satan's minions a privileged class
They print up the money and steal all of the cash

Any criticism of the system is branded hate
In order to shut down any debate

Just take a look around for this realization
That you are now living in a zombie nation

Monday, March 27, 2017

The Lie We Live

The Lie We Live

By Spencer Cathcart
Information Clearing House
March 27, 2017

At this moment you could be anywhere, doing anything.

Instead you sit alone before a screen.

So what’s stopping us from doing what we want?

Being where we want to be?

Each day we wake up in the same room and follow the same path,
to live the same day as yesterday.

Yet at one time each day was a new adventure.

Along the way something changed.

Before our days were timeless, now our days are is this what it
means to be grown up?

To be free?

But are we really free?

Food, water, land.

The very elements we need to survive are owned by corporations.

There’s no food for us on trees, no freshwater in streams,
no land to build a home.

If you try and take what the Earth provides you’ll be locked away.

So we obey their rules.

We discover the world through a textbook.

For years we sit and regurgitate what we’re told.

Tested and graded like subjects in a lab.

Raised not to make a difference in this world,
raised to be no different.

Smart enough to do our job but not to question why we do it.

So we work and work, left with no time to live the life we work for.

Until a day comes when we are too old to do our job.

It is here we are left to die.

Our children take our place in the game.

To us our path is unique, but together we are nothing
more than fuel.

The fuel that powers the elite.

The elite who hide behind the logos of corporations.

This is their world.

And their most valuable resource is not in the ground.

It is us.

We build their cities, we run their machines, we fight their wars.

After all, money isn’t what drives them.

It’s power.

Money is simply the tool they use to control us.

Worthless pieces of paper we depend on to feed us, move us,
entertain us.

They gave us money and in return we gave them the world.

Where there were trees that cleaned our air are now factories
that poison it.

Where there was water to drink, is toxic waste that stinks.

Where animals ran free, are factory farms where they
are born and slaughtered endlessly for our satisfaction.

Over a billion people are starving, despite us having enough
food for everybody.

Where does it all go?

70% of the grain we grow is fed to fatten the animals you eat
for dinner.

Why help the starving?

You can’t profit off them.

We are like a plague sweeping the earth, tearing apart
the very environment that allows us to live.

We see everything as something to be sold, as an object
to be owned.

But what happens when we have polluted the last river?

Poisoned the last breath of air?

Have no oil for the trucks that bring us our food?

When will we realize money can’t be eaten, that it has no value?

We aren’t destroying the planet.

We are destroying all life on it.

Every year thousands of species go extinct.

And time is running out before we’re next.

If you live in America there’s a 41% chance you’ll get cancer.

Heart disease will kill one out of three Americans.

We take prescription drugs to deal with these problems, but
medical care is the third leading cause of death behind cancer
and heart disease.

We’re told everything can be solved by throwing money at
scientists so they can discover a pill to make our problems
go away.

But the drug companies and cancer societies rely on our suffering
to make a profit.

We think we’re running for a cure, but really we’re running away
from the cause.

Our body is a product of what we consume and the food we eat
is designed purely for profit.

We fill ourselves with toxic chemicals.

The bodies of animals infested with drugs and diseases.

But we don’t see this.

The small group of corporations that own the media don’t want
us to.

Surrounding us with a fantasy we’re told is reality.

It’s funny to think humans once thought the earth
was the center of the universe.

But then again, now we see ourselves as the center
of the planet.

We point to our technology and say we’re the smartest.

But do computers, cars, and factories really illustrate
how intelligent we are?

Or do they show how lazy we’ve become.

We put this “civilized” mask on.

But when you strip that away what are we?

How quickly we forget only within past hundred years did
we allow women to vote; allow blacks to live as equals.

We act as if we are all-knowing beings, yet there is much
we fail to see.

We walk down the street ignoring all the little things.

The eyes who stare.

The stories they share.

Seeing everything as a background to ‘me’.

Perhaps we fear we’re not alone.

That we are a part of a much bigger picture.

But we fail to make the connection.

We’re okay killing pigs, cows, chickens, strangers from foreign

But not our neighbours, not our dogs, our cats, those we have
come to love and understand.

We call other creatures stupid yet we point to them to justify
our actions.

But does killing simply because we can, because we always have,
make it right?

Or does it show how little we’ve learned.

That we continue to act out of primal aggression rather than
thought and compassion.

One day, this sensation we call life will leave us.

Our bodies will rot, our valuables recollected.

Yesterday’s actions all that remain.

Death constantly surrounds us, still it seems so distant from
our everyday reality.

We live in a world on the verge of collapse.

The wars of tomorrow will have no winners.

For violence will never be the answer; it will destroy every
possible solution.

If we all look at our innermost desire, we will see our dreams
are not so different.

We share a common goal.


We tear the world apart looking for joy, without ever looking
within ourselves.

Many of the happiest people are those who own the least.

But are we really so happy with our iPhones, our big houses,
our fancy cars?

We’ve become disconnected by idolizing people we’ve never met.

We witness the extraordinary on screens but ordinary everywhere

We wait for someone to bring change without ever thinking
of changing ourselves.

Presidential elections might as well be a coin toss.

It’s two sides of the same coin.

We choose which face we want and the illusion of choice,
of change is created.

But the world remains the same.

We fail to realize the politicians don’t serve us;
they serve those who fund them into power.

We need leaders, not politicians.

But in this world of followers, we have forgotten to lead ourselves.

Stop waiting for change and be the change you want to see.

We didn’t get to this point by sitting on our asses.

The human race survived not because we are fastest
or the strongest, but because we worked together.

We have mastered the act of killing.

Now let’s master the joy of living.

This isn’t about saving the planet.

The planet will be here whether we are or not.

Earth has been around for billions of years,
each of us will be lucky to last eighty.

We are a flash in time, but our impact is forever.

I often wished I lived in an age before computers,
when we didn’t have screens to distract us.

But I realize there's one reason why this is the only time I want to
be alive.

Because here today, we have an opportunity we never had before.

The internet gives us the power to share a message and unite
millions around the world.

While we still can we must use our screens to bring us closer
together, rather than farther apart.

For better or worse, our generation will determine the future
of life on this planet.

We can either continue to serve this system of destruction until
no memory of our existence remains.

Or we can wake up and realize we aren’t evolving upwards,
but rather falling down...we just have screens in our faces
so we don’t see where we’re heading.

This present moment is what every step, every breath and every
death has led to.

We are the faces of all who came before us.

And now it is our turn.

You can choose to carve your own path or follow the road countless
others have already taken.

Life is not a movie.

The script isn’t already written.

We are the writers.

This is Your Story, Their Story, Our Story.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Dead Man Tales

Dead Man Tales

By Nobody Important
March 24, 2017

Dead Man Tales

shards of glass pearl the emperor's rise,
his arms embracing upon our sins and lies,

do not deceive yourself my friend,
in the twilight of our beings, our corruption, merges and blends,

there is no pride, no honor,
no love remains in the barren morrow,

feeble and frail our hopes lift to the sky,
a mother's wish, a child's cry,

the poison you see, lies within you and me,
an intricate clockwork of apathetic machinery.

... tell me my friend;

when will our blind gaze shy past the egoism and brutality,
that are so elegantly embroiled upon the fabrics of society,

through the silky threads of greed and immorality,
which, much like our desires, overlap and intertwine,
within the hollowness of this reality,

so that our tongue may be freed from the taboos and profanity,
which mist veils the flaws of humanity,

stumbling forth in the dead of the night,
the ghastly vapors still in sight,

drunk in hazardous stupor for what we fail to conceive,
our seven kings, eternal;

...and us, their dreaded queen.

my friend;

we preach visions of spiritual elevation,
gullible bricks held together by the mortar of hypocrisy
and temptation,

within our very temples of hopelessness and arbitrary salvation,
we poison ourselves with the ivy that stems from the gullibility
of creation,

the incense smoke of holy righteousness pours down our visage,
as our pilgriming soul wanders through the dark brume mirage,

feeble flames clawing through the blissful night,
plunging to middle-earth as our wings shrivel and melt.

... my friend, why are you scared?

you lit those very candles, that now betray your flight,
head low, eyes closed, but still looking for the light,

now their hands weigh heavy on your fleeting mind,
quenching your thirst... making you blind.

... do not loose yourself in the etherial stream,
fading away in those emerald waters,

a lost man,
a fleeting dream,

wake up! open your eyes!!
thou art a sailor lost in a sea of lies,

lost? yes.
but blessed with the ability of thought,

research, think... write,
until the the fumes of doubt are thinned to naught,

yet what can a single man do against the currents and tides?
a maelstrom of ink that all encompasses and hides?

I see you... you evil sprites,
armed with the gleaming mirrors of media oppression,

shining, "truth" on all blights,
fabricating ignorance and regression,

brewing the cauldron stirs,
as fair is foul and foul is fair,

through the lies of a pen,
we wage war out of thin air,

how many drops is a life worth?
how many parents must we soil deep inside the earth?

... critical thinking is key my friend,
the truth wears no tie,

and no matter how innocent,
a lie, stays a lie,

contorted and bent they snicker and pry,
but soon the wells of patience shall run dry,

fear that very day;
O devils in disguise,

for when the lambs ascend to lions,
they shall finally realize,

that no matter how many times we try,
to be mindlessly ruled is highly unwise;

'tis a world ruled be the flames of wealth and success,
no place for a newborn's innocence and a mother's loving caress,

for when in the 70's the cross kisses the hand,
and souls become the currency for land,

may the silence of the innocent,
quell the dogs of war,

or the guilty's void,
unleash an atomic roar;

... my friend,
'tis bitterness that which you sense in my voice,

as surely as the wind sails the routes of immigration,
the dollar controls the fate of a nation,

to forgive is not to forget,
neither racism, nor slavery, nor national debt,

to forge forth conscious of the past,
to the promised existence of prosperity at last,

one must first reflect and instruct,
so that our youth may grow smart,
in a world that is violent and abrupt;

as the dove coos humanity to sleep,
my mind still hazy as I drift in deep,

may a lotus bloom on this summer's eve,
as the dukes arms drive a new millennia's breeze,

and humanity, a firefly;
takes to the sky.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017



By Expotera
March 21, 2017

The man who speaks the truth is always at ease. — Persian Proverb

He who runs after fortune runs away from peace. — African Proverb

He who is unable to dance says that the yard is stony.
— Masai Proverb

He who wants a rose must respect the thorns. — Persian Proverb

We learn little from victory, much from defeat. — Japanese Proverb

Anger has no eyes. — Chinese Proverb

He that beats the drum for the mad man to dance is no better than the mad man himself. — African Proverb

Anger and madness are brothers. — African Proverb

Teeth do not see poverty. — Masai Proverb

Even the best cooking pot will not produce food. — African Proverb

Better little than too little. — Cameroonian Proverb

You can say anything to a man with a full stomach.
— Jamaican Proverb

A beggar on his feet is better than an emperor in his grave.
— French Proverb

If wishes were horses beggars might ride. — Russian Proverb

Better bread with water than cake with trouble. — Russian Proverb

At the end of the game the king and the pond go back into
the same box. — Italian Proverb

The night has ears. — Masai Proverb

Even a small star shines in the darkness. — Danish Proverb

However long the night the dawn will break. — African Proverb

This too shall pass. — Persian Proverb

It is crooked wood that shows the best sculptor. — African Proverb

If your only tool is a hammer, you will see every problem as a nail.
— Gambian Proverb

You cannot build a house for last year’s summer.
— Ethiopian Proverb

He who burns down his house knows why ashes cost a fortune.
— African Proverb

Do a good deed and throw it into the sea. — Egyptian Proverb

Slander by the stream will be heard by the frogs.
— Mozambican Proverb

A flea can trouble a lion more than a lion can trouble a flea.
— Kenyan Proverb

Even the lion, the king of the forest, protects himself against flies.
— Ghanaian Proverb

The young bird does not crow until it hears the old ones.
— Tswana Proverb

A bird that flies off the earth and lands on an anthill is still
on the ground. — Igbo Proverb

Birds sing not because they have answers but because they
have songs. — African Proverb

One who bathes willingly with cold water doesn’t feel the cold.
— Fipa Proverb

You cannot awake a person who is pretending to be alseep.
— Navajo Proverb

If you pick up one end of the stick you also pick up the other.
— Ethiopian Proverb

The tree often hides the forest. — French Proverb

When the roots of a tree begin to decay, it spreads death to
the branches. — Nigerian Proverb

If you cut your chains you free yourself, if you cut your roots
you die. — African Proverb

No matter how beautiful and well crafted a coffin might look,
it will not make anyone wish for death. — African Proverb

Where you will sit when you are old shows where you stood in
youth. — Yoruba Proverb

The death of an elderly man is like a burning library.
— Ivorian Proverb

The worlds of the elders do not lock all the doors; they leave
the right door open. — Zambian Proverb

Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it.
— Ewe Proverb

You cannot name a child that is not born. — African Proverb

The child you sired hasn’t sired you. — Somali Proverb

An orphaned calf licks its own back. — Kenyan Proverb

A beautiful thing is never perfect. — Egyptian Proverb

A child is a child of everyone. — Sudanese Proverb

When you show the moon to a child, it sees only your finger.
— Zambian Proverb

Be a mountain or lean on one. — Somali Proverb

We desire to bequeath two things to our children; the first one is
roots, the other one is wings. — Sudanese Proverb

When the grandmother's speak the earth will be healed.
— Hopi Proverb