The Georgia Guidestones and the New World Order

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I am a conspiracy theorist – as if you couldn’t already tell – so with that being said, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that if you were to present me with a ‘conspiracy theory’, nine times out of ten, I would believe it!

For if there were no conspiracy theories, there would be no conspiracies.  Right?

Yes, I believe September 11, 2001 was an ‘inside job’ (if it wasn’t, then the Bush administration certainly did a  @#!*% good job of letting it happen).  Nothing galls me more than to hear someone say: “Bush kept us safe!”  I would be thinking of Ann Coulter now that I mention it.  Excuse me, but wasn’t Bush POTUS then?

No, we did not go to the moon.  Under the guise of ‘national security’ the government has manufactured biological weapons for which there is no cure.  I am also of the persuasion that we are just lab rats for the pharmaceutical companies.  Seriously, how in the @#!*% does a drug make it to market where “suicidal thoughts or actions may occur”?!

The Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, and the Bohemian Grove; along with the Club of Rome (if they still exist) – can’t forget the Skull and Bones – are all working in a cohesive fashion to bring about a ‘New World Order’.

And no, politicians do not really hate one another!

There is a plethora of conspiracy theories that we can discuss, but I just don’t have the time.  In light of the aforementioned, according to the gov’ment, I probably have a brain disorder of some sort.  The only ones that truly have a brain disorder are the ones that trust what their gov’ment says.

I am a conspiracy theorist!

Reading on the Georgia Guidestones.


Richard Falk ‘under fire’ for 9/11 comments

Have you ever seen the movie Conspiracy Theory?  It’s a great movie to be certain – it’s one that I love – and in recent years my family and those around me have taken to calling me Jerry Fletcher.  Most people would probably take offense to this, but not me – it’s a compliment.

If you were to ask me “do you believe September 11, 2001 was done by the government?”, without a moment’s hesitation I would say, “Absolutely.”  The very real fact that a conspiracy theory such as this would even exist should be enough to give a person a moment’s pause.

Before the U.N. George W. Bush said: “Let us not tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories regarding the events of September 11, 2001.  Malicious lies meant to shift the blame from the guilty.”

And it seems that they haven’t.

Steve Watson
Wednesday, Jan 26th, 2011

UN Human Rights Official Under Fire For Describing 9/11 As A Cover Up 100408Sept11 An official working within the recently established UN Human Rights Council is under fire from an NGO closely affiliated with Israel for suggesting that the official explanation of the 9/11 attacks is a cover up.

Richard Falk, a former professor of international law emeritus at Princeton University, and an expert on human rights made the comments in a blog post last week, noting that the mainstream media is “unwilling to acknowledge the well-evidenced doubts about the official version of the events: an al Qaeda operation with no foreknowledge by government officials.”

Falk described this version of the 9/11 story as an “apparent cover up” containing “gaps and contradictions”.

The group UN Watch, which describes itself as “an independent Geneva-based watchdog organization”, pounced on the comments, in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, calling for Falk to be removed from his post immediately. The group described Falk’s comments as an insult to the victims of the attacks and their families and loved ones.

Hilel Neuer, the group’s chief executive, described Falk as “a serial offender with zero credibility”.

Ban Ki-Moon responded Monday by publicly condemning Falk’s comments, but added that he was not in a position to fire Falk from the Human Rights Council.

The story has since found its way into the mainstream media, however there is one vital detail that you will not read in such articles.

The UN Watch group is closely affiliated with the American Jewish Committee and has been described as “a lobby group with strong ties to Israel”. The group has been after the head of Richard Falk and others like him for years, purely because he and other human rights experts alike continue to criticize and condemn the Israeli government’s treatment of the Palestinian people.

Falk’s appointment to the Human Rights Council, as a monitor on human rights issues relating to the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs, hit headlines in 2008 owing to the fact that he has previously slammed the Israeli occupation of Palestine and compared the Zionist government’s treatment of Palestinian Arabs to the Nazi treatment of Jews in the holocaust.

As a result, the Israeli government has routinely denied Falk a visa to enter Israel, Gaza and the West Bank.

This legitimate criticism of the Zionist Israeli government gets boiled down to “Richard Falk believes that Jews are Nazis” in pieces such as this op ed in last Friday’s New York Daily News. This disgusting piece of tabloid trash suggests that Falk and his contemporaries are “apologists for dictatorships”, ironically for criticizing the actions of a vehemently racist government regime.

Despite this and the now customary attacks from the Anti-Defamation League, Falk has stood by his criticisms, previously telling the BBC: “If this kind of situation had existed for instance in the manner in which China was dealing with Tibet or the Sudanese government was dealing with Darfur, I think there would be no reluctance to make that comparison.”

Falk’s position on 9/11 has remained constant. Just over two years ago he called for a fresh investigation into 9/11 in order to examine the possible role that neoconservatives may have played in the attacks.

Indeed, two days prior to his appointment to the UN Human Rights Council in March 2008, Falk appeared on former University of Wisconsin lecturer Kevin Barrett’s radio show and spoke of how he was keen to see a fresh investigation into 9/11 in order to address inconsistencies in the official account of what happened.

Mr. Falk told Barrett, “It is possibly true that especially the neoconservatives thought there was a situation in the country and in the world where something had to happen to wake up the American people. Whether they are innocent about the contention that they made that something happen or not, I don’t think we can answer definitively at this point. All we can say is there is a lot of grounds for suspicion, there should be an official investigation of the sort the 9/11 commission did not engage in and that the failure to do these things is cheating the American people and in some sense the people of the world of a greater confidence in what really happened than they presently possess.”

Falk previously penned the preface to Professor David Ray Griffin’s groundbreaking 2004 book The New Pearl Harbor, in which the theologian catalogued scores of unexplained facets surrounding 9/11 and inconsistencies in the official government version of events.

Given that the majority of those who sat on the 9/11 Investigative Commission have themselves expressed doubts about the official findings and described their roles as participation in a cover up, it is perfectly legitimate for anyone else in the world to ask questions about 9/11. In fact it should be a priority of every official in Falk’s circle to ask the same questions and raise the same doubts.

Richard Falk has continually acted as a thorn in the side of the establishment. He has published a number of notable books and essays analyzing the legality of the Vietnam War and other military operations, including the Iraq invasion.

In 2007 he played a prominent role in a Citizens’ hearing on the legality of the Iraq War as a tribunal testifier. Of the Invasion he has previously written:

“inescapable that an objective observer would reach the conclusion that this Iraq war is a war of aggression, and as such, that it amounts to a Crime against Peace of the sort for which surviving German leaders were indicted, prosecuted and punished at the Nuremberg trials conducted shortly after the Second World War.”

The UN Human Rights Council has been afforded little opportunity to function in any meaningful way. It has met stiff opposition at every turn from the US Congress and was recently described by the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as a “rogues’ gallery” for “pariah states”.

There is a clear worry within the establishment that like Falk, some of the officials within the Human Rights Council are legal experts that recognize war crimes and illegitimate attacks when they see them and are actually attempting to do something about it.

This is one instance where some are attempting to work within and through the establishment left arm of the global elite system to meter out some justice.

In a 2008 interview, Japanese member of Parliament Yukihisa Fujita told the Alex Jones Show that there are numerous individuals within the UN structure that are significantly interested in pursuing the coordination of a new 9/11 investigation in order to address unanswered questions.

However, it remains to be seen whether the Human Rights Council is composed of enough well meaning individuals to have a significant impact, or whether, like much of the rest of the UN, it will merely become a powerless part of the overall establishment control mechanism.

My Latest Conspiracy Theory

It may not be well footed, but as Jerry in Conspiracy Theory says, “a good conspiracy theory is an unprovable one.”

Mike Huckabee says that the person who has leaked documents to Julian Assange and Wikileaks should be put to death, and anything less than the death penalty will be “too kind.”  Newt Gingrich has called Assange an enemy combatant.

But as all we free thinkers know, Huckabee, Gingrich, Palin, and all the rest of the neocons are just warmongers, and they will say anything to further that goal.

Even from the beginning, Wikileaks hasn’t been releasing information that we didn’t already know.  So what’s the point?

Former Pakistani Army General Mirza Aslam Beg has said that the CIA and Mossad could stop the links if they wanted to, but we don’t need Sarah Palin to tell us this.

Now the reasons why I can support or come up with this theory is because – as I said – Wikileaks has released nothing that we didn’t already know.  Possibly with the exception of the new revelations that Middle Eastern nations want us to attack Iran and clean up their mess.  Big surprise, huh?

And, second, if this gets “way out of control” the President can take control of the internet

But as I said – or as Jerry said – “a good conspiracy theory is an unprovable one.”  But we’ll see.

Jesse Ventura gets it right on Conspiracies

I read in an article not long ago that psychiatrists are now considering “nonconformists” as a mental disorder.  Further, they are considering “conspiracy theorists” the same.  It’s difficult for someone to grasp the concept that the United States government would allow the September 11 attacks to happen or orchestrate them.

In the following video Jesse Ventura addresses the issues of water, Gulf of Tonkin, the JFK assassination, and September 11, 2001.

At one point that he asks Eric Bolling “how much study” has he “done.”  To which Bolling responds: “I saw the planes hit.”

We all saw them hit.

Related Reading: Operation Northwoods, Gulf of Tonkin, CIA MKULTRA, REX-84.

DOJ demonizes constitutionalists as extremist criminals

I guess that it would come to this sooner or later.  It was pretty apparent that in 2008 the establishment didn’t want Ron Paul to win.  Not even Fox News.  During his time as President, Bush Sr. proclaimed the new world order several times.  Unfortunately, the American people were oblivious to what he was meaning.  The pressure and a move to a NWO is undeniable.

Everyday, every minute, every second, in fact, the goals for a new world order are progressed further, and it is time for the American people to take a decisive stand against the elitist’s one-world global agenda.  Stop buying into the “lesser of two evils”; there are none. 

Public Intelligence

Monday, August 30, 2010

A recent Department of Justice guide for investigators of criminal and extremist groups lists “constitutionalists” and “survivalists” alongside organizations like Al-Qaeda and the Aryan Brotherhood.  The 120-page, “Law Enforcement Sensitive” guide to “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism – Terms and Concepts” describes itself as “a glossary designed primarily as a tool for criminal justice professionals to enhance their understanding of words relating to extremist terminology, phrases, activities, symbols, organizations, and selected names that they may encounter while conducting criminal investigations or prosecutions of members of extremist organizations.”

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Constitutionalist, defined by Random House’s 2010 Dictionary as an “adherent or advocate of constitutionalism or of an existing constitution”, is described in the report as a “generic term for members of the ‘patriot’ movement”.  Survivalists are described in the document as fearing a “coming collapse of civilization” and are trying to prepare themselves for this collapse.  Such individuals are said to have “typically stockpiled food, water, and weapons, especially the latter, and instructed themselves on topics ranging from first aid to childbirth to edible plants”.

The guide defines the term “New World Order” as being “used by conspiracy theorists to refer to a global conspiracy designed to implement worldwide socialism”.  The Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, and Council on Foreign Relations are described as organizations “targeted by right-wing extremists for conspiring to dominate the world”.  The guide also defines “One World Government” as the “concept that there will ultimately be a single governing body that will control the world”, adding that “some right-wing extremists fear this occurring, believing that white people will be in the minority, with Jewish people ultimately controlling the world”.

While the document’s introduction does state that “the fact that an entry appears in this publication does not imply a connection to illegal activity”, it goes on to say that the guide consists of “terms that may be germane to members of an extremist movement” or are “singularly employed by specific extremist groups”.  The obvious result of the inclusion of terms such as “Bilderberg Group” and “Trilateral Commission” in a report titled “Investigating Terrorism and Criminal Extremism” is that law enforcement officials unaware of these groups will tend to associate legitimate discussion as “extremist” speech.  This diminishes the credibility of any person attempting to rationally discuss such groups and fosters a perception that any discussion of such groups could be associated with a supposedly “extremist” ideology.

Examples of “Extremist” Terminology

To see the full list read the U.S. Department of Justice Terrorism and Criminal Extremism Terms 2005-2009.

Black Helicopters: Unmarked dark helicopters allegedly observed by many members of the “patriot” movement, who claim that the helicopters are part of some vast conspiracy, perhaps involving the United Nations or the “New World Order.” Various explanations have been offered for some of the sightings, but the term has since entered the popular vocabulary and is often used as a generic, sometimes satirical reference to conspiracy-related beliefs.

Bilderbergers (Bilderberg Group): Along with the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations, one of the three groups targeted by right-wing extremists for conspiring to dominate the world.

Collection (of Information): The identification, location, and recording/storage of unanalyzed information, typically from an original source and using both human and technological means, for input into the intelligence cycle to determine its usefulness in meeting a defined tactical or strategic intelligence goal.

Concentration Camps: Detention camps supposedly being built or already built by the United States government, according to conspiracy theorists.

Constitutionalists: A generic term for members of the “patriot” movement. It is now often used to refer to members of the sovereign citizen or common law court movement. Sometimes the word “constitutionist” is also used.

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR ): Along with the Bilderbergers and the Trilateral Commission, one of the three key groups that conspiracy theorists claim operate behind the scenes to control the world and to establish the “New World Order.”

Executive Orders: The formal means by which the President of the United States determines the conduct of business in the Executive Branch. Typically, such executive orders take two forms: (1) orders governing administrative or policy matters in Executive Branch agencies or (2) orders for which the authority is derived from congressional authorizations. The “patriot” movement, however, contends that executive orders are “presidential laws” that bypass Congress and subvert the Constitution.

Flag of Peace: The American flag preferred by the “patriot” movement; a red, white, and blue flag without any gold trim, braid, balls, tassels, eagles, fringe, or spear on the flag or pole. Patriots believe that any other American flag is a military flag that denotes military jurisdiction. Only under the “flag of peace” do U.S. citizens receive their constitutional rights and due process.

Globalization: This term generally refers to the denationalization of economies, markets, products, and populations brought about by ever faster travel, improved communications, and advances in technology.

Illuminati: An intellectual society and social club formed by a university professor, Adam Weishaupt (1748–1811), in southern Germany in the 1770s in the spirit of the Enlightenment. It was suppressed by Bavarian authorities in the 1780s. Weishaupt spent the rest of his life writing about the Illuminati. People who believe Illuminati conspiracy theories believe the society never died away but lived on, run by people intent on controlling the world through devious means.

Information Warfare: Synonymous with cyberwarfare, information warfare is the offensive and defensive use of information and information systems to deny, exploit, corrupt, or destroy an adversary’s information, information-based processes, information systems, and computer-based networks while protecting one’s own. Such actions are designed to achieve advantages over military or business adversaries.

Jack-Booted Thug (JBT ): A law enforcement officer (especially federal) draped in combat fatigues or other military or paramilitary uniform, wearing a ski mask or similar headgear guaranteeing anonymity, wielding powerful military weapons, and utilizing other military vehicles and gear.

New World Order: A term used by conspiracy theorists to refer to a global conspiracy designed to implement worldwide socialism.

One-World Government: The concept that there will ultimately be a single governing body that will control the world. Some right-wing extremists fear this occurring, believing that white people will be in the minority, with Jewish people ultimately controlling the world.

Open Source Information or Intelligence: Individual data, records, reports, and assessments that may shed light on an investigatory target or event and do not require any legal process or any type of clandestine collection techniques for a law enforcement agency to obtain. Such information is obtained through means that meet copyright and commercial requirements of vendors, as well as being free of legal restrictions to access by anyone who seeks that information.

Patriot Movement: The “patriot” movement is a general term used by its members to describe the collective movements and individuals on the extreme right wing. In one form or another, this practice dates back many decades; in the 1930s, many on the far right referred to themselves as “superpatriots.” In the 1960s and 1970s, it was common to refer to the “Christian Patriot” movement, but this term is less common now than then. Among the types of individuals that can be found within the “patriot” movement are white supremacists, sovereign citizens, tax protesters, militia members, and sometimes antiabortion or anti-environmental groups.

Patriots for Profit: A term used to describe those individuals in the “patriot” movement who perpetrate scams and frauds against other people, usually fellow members of the movement. It also refers to people who attempt to make money by selling various products and “kits” to members of the movement. By far the most numerous of the “patriots for profit” are the people who cater to would-be tax protesters.

Pirate Radio: The operation of radio transmitters without a license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Although some of the most notable pirate stations, such as Free Radio Berkeley, have been primarily left-wing in orientation, a large number of pirate stations adhere to right-wing or antigovernment philosophies.

Sovereign Citizen: A term used to describe adherents to a philosophy derived from the group Posse Comitatus that posits that there are two types of citizens: “Fourteenth Amendment Citizens,” who are subject to the laws and taxes of the federal and state governments, and sovereign citizens, who are subject only to “the common law.” Sovereign citizens claim that they have absolute mastery over all their property (including freedom from taxes, regulations, ordinances, or zoning restrictions), that they essentially do not have to pay taxes (aside from tariffs and a few other insignificant taxes), that they are not citizens of the United States but are “nonresident aliens” with respect to that “illegal corporation,” that the only court which has jurisdiction to try them for any matter is a common law court, and that they can never be arrested or tried for a crime or matter in which there is no complaining victim, as well as various other notions. Typical signs that someone is a sovereign citizen include the use of punctuation between their middle and last names (i.e., John Wayne; Doe); a refusal to have a social security card or any paper, license, or document related to automobile ownership or driving; a refusal to use zip codes; and the displaying on various items—from envelopes to paper money, to time cards, or to forms—of the phrase “UCC 1-207,” or variants thereof. Sovereign citizens are often also known as state citizens, freemen, preamble citizens, common law citizens, or other appellations.

Survivalists: The survivalist movement feared a coming collapse of civilization, generally as the result of nuclear war, and tried to prepare themselves to survive it. Survivalists typically stockpiled food, water, and weapons, especially the latter, and instructed themselves on topics ranging from first aid to childbirth to edible plants.

Tax-Protest Movement: A movement consisting of people who do not simply want to avoid paying taxes but generally claim they should not have to pay them. The right-wing movement started in the 1950s and 1960s and has concentrated on interpreting the Constitution, U.S. law, and the tax code, in particular, in such a way as to be able to claim that most people do not have to pay income taxes. The motivating force behind the right-wing tax-protest movement was to find loopholes, actual or manufactured, that would allow people to claim that they had no tax obligation.

Trilateral Commission: A group, along with the Bilderbergers and the Council on Foreign Relations, that is viewed by the “patriot” movement as being one of the major organizations seeking to implement the “New World Order.” Formed in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Trilateral Commission consists of slightly over 300 members from Europe, Japan, and North America (the three main democratic-industrial regions of the world, thus the term “trilateral”). Members include prominent figures in the media, politics, business, and academia. Conspiracy theorists claim it is a group of elitists determined to promote a one-world government.

Glenn Beck is at it again…

The always abrasive and many times contestable Glenn Beck is at it again – book writing, I mean.  But this time it is a fiction book.  Or as he likes to call it, “faction”.  Now writing fiction is a tough thing to do.  People say it is hard to get into a good book.  Its even harder to write one.  I am a writer myself and I must have gone through at least fifty rewrites and about a million different plot changes.  Okay, maybe not that much, but you get the point.

Liberal bashing comes easy to Beck, but as he admits, writing fiction comes even harder.  He calls the conspiracy thriller “my story” but admits that Jack Henderson “put the words down”.  He says, “I’m a team kind of guy.”  Here is a basic synopsis of what the book is about:

The Overton Window takes its title from an actual theory about the “window” or range of politically acceptable ideas. As Beck sees it, that window can be manipulated so that ideas once thought of as radical — say, gun control — seem to become more acceptable.

In his novel, a federal conspiracy is aimed at suspending individual rights in the name of security and a new world order. The unnamed president is barely mentioned. The villain is a public relations executive contemptuous of all politicians. The opposition is led by a group that, like Beck, quotes the founding fathers. One of their leaders, attractive and idealistic Molly Ross, is the love interest for Noah Gardner, brash and cynical son of the evil PR executive.

 With a loose nuclear weapon threatening Nevada, the plot turns on whether Noah can save the world while finding true love with Molly.

For those of you who like sex in your books as well as your movies, its got that too.  “That’s as sleazy as it gets,” Beck says with a laugh. “That’s the whole sex scene in the book.”  Sticking to the sidelines Beck says that he is not predicting such a conspiracy but there but “there a lot of pieces out there in the world right now.”

When asked who he predicts for the 2012 election, he said, “that’s assuming we have an election.”  I was at Wal-Mart and I saw the book on the shelf.  Looking in the back I found that he had posted his sources.  But before I mention that, remember when he proclaimed on Fox News when proclaimed the fact of FEMA camps on Fox and Friends then did a backflip?

Let’s see, he says that “we” have investigated this theory and they can’t debunk them.  As he says, they had an independent group investigating this story.  Would the leader of that group by the way be Oliver North.  The corporate whipped Beck went further to debunk the theory with Popular Mechanics.

I don’t know, maybe he missed this little tidbit of information.  His critics were right, his work is fiction.

Building 7 lease holder on the phone with insurance companies at the time of 9/11!

Anyone with any lick of sense or an I.Q. can tell you that a controlled demolition has to take weeks to plan.  There are many variables involved: the building size, the way its going to fall, and the buildings around it.  I am sure that there are other things that I am missing at the moment.  The basic point is that the controlled demolition that happened in the scorcher blockbuster Volcano with Tommy Lee Jones that took fifteen minutes to plan just does not exist.

Federal agencies and media have told us that building 7 fell due to collateral damage.  But as you will see, a man close to Larry Silverstein says that he was on the phone with the insurance companies moment before the implosion to see if they would authorize a controlled demolition of the building.

This implies many things: planning, as I have pointed out of a controlled demolition cannot be done in fifteen minutes, it takes weeks to plan, and premeditation.  This means one of two things: either they knew of the impending attacks and wanted to cash in on them, or they (the government) planned the thing from beginning to end.  Remember Project for a New American Century (PNAC) called for military action in the Middle East long before 9/11 and said that it would not be possible without a “cataclysmic event like a new Pearl Harbor”.

Either way the Bush administration, Silverstein, and anyone else involved should be tried for treason and murder.

“Shortly before the building collapsed, several NYPD officers and Con-Edison workers told me that Larry Silverstein, the property developer of One World Financial Center was on the phone with his insurance carrier to see if they would authorize the controlled demolition of the building – since its foundation was already unstable and expected to fall.”

Here is an introduction by Alex Jones, the father of 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Preface from Alex Jones: To truly grasp the magnitude of this story, you really have to read the entire article. Immediately after the “pull it” controversy, debunkers claimed there was no plan to conduct a controlled demolition of the building. Now the fact that officials were considering blowing up the building is established, Silverstein’s consistent denial that this took place is a huge smoking gun. How did Silverstein expect to demolish the building safely when such a process takes weeks or even months to properly set up, even without the additional chaos surrounding WTC 7 on 9/11? How could explosives have been correctly placed on such short notice inside a burning building that had already been evacuated – unless the explosives were already in place? This new revelation is astounding and it needs to be investigated immediately.

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