Wednesday, March 18, 2009




WWW, March 2009 - Recently written documents from the Missouri police, which leaked out to talk show host Alex Jones, show a very disturbing manual which will make police officers believe that everyone who is against the government is a terrorist.

A few years ago, an FBI flyer leaked out wherein people who believed in the fulfillment of the Book of Revelation, the last Book of the Bible documenting the fall of Babylon, were labeled "domestic terrorists". (PDF). A document which became very disturbing indeed after the plains hit the Twin Towers in 2001. It said this:

"Religiously based domestic terrorists use the New Testament's Book of Revelation -- the prophecy of the endtime -- for the foundation of their belief in the Apocalypse. Religious extremists interpret the symbolism portrayed in the Book of Revelation and mold it to predict that the endtime is now and that the Apocalypse is near." (SOURCE)

After 9/11, attorney general John Ashcroft said:

"My message to America this morning, then, is this: If you fit this definition of a terrorist, fear the United States, for you will lose your liberty." (SOURCE)

A message "to America" from the "United States", whatever that may be, but indeed, a message to the whole world as this quote really was the announcement of what in the last years has become a total police state. However, to label people who believe that the last book of the Bible contains truth as "terrorists" wasn't enough for the elite.

Recently, the police in Missouri (USA) had some instructions for their officers. After all, with the growing amount of road blocks where even the military "assists the police" in total contradiction with the constitution of the USA, they really need to know who they are looking for in the fraudulent "War On Terror". The instructions came in the form of a document called "The Modern Militia Movement".

The document, which is labeled "Law Enforcement Sensitive" as an indication for it's explosive nature, mixes up white racists with everyone who is even remotely criticizing the Government. The New Age movie Zeitgeist and Jewish producer Aaron Russo's video "Freedom to Fascism" are displayed along with a copy of the extreme white racists book "The Turner Diaries", for example.

It is obvious, how the police are trained, even brainwashed, into believing that every material which is critical of the shitstem should be seen as terrorist material. When they are practicing their road blocks, they will find a copy of the video produced by a Jewish producer, but due to this document they will think that the video is really a white racist movie and they will see the ones owning the video as "domestic terrorists".

The document also states that the people they are looking for are ones who believe that there is, quote: "a global dictatorship called the New World Order".

Police are clearly instructed to believe that the phrase doesn't exist except in the minds of "domestic terrorists". This in spite of the fact that it's on the One Dollar Bill ("Novos Ordos Seclorum") and used by almost every world leader, most notably George Bush Sr in September 11, 1990, when he said:

"Out of these troubled times, our fifth objective-a new world order-can emerge" (SOURCE)

That's not all, though. The documents also talks about "conspiracy theorists", who "claim" that there is such a thing as the North American Union which would fuse Canada, the US and Mexico into a Europe style super state with the Amero as it's currency. It talks about people who believe that there is going to be a draft in the United States, pretending these plans are not there where they are openly discussed in the media and by the politicians.

Even more disturbing in the document mentioning the implantation of Radio Frequency Identification or RFID chips, suggesting that those who are against the implantation of these chips are related to terrorists. The document states:

"Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): There is a fear that the government will enforce mass RFID human implantations. This process would make it possible for the government to continually know the locations of all citizens." (PDF)

Just after this quote, we can find a list of just about every white supremacist you can think of, including the so-called "Christian Identity" and "White Nationalists".

The document is the most troubling, when after listing all these different groups and thoughts together into the melting pot of just about everyone who has some critical thought, it then continues with the following:

"You are the Enemy: The militia subscribes to an anti-government and NWO mindset, which creates a threat to law enforcement officers. The view the military, National Guard, and law enforcement as a force that will confiscate their firearms and place them in FEMA concentration camps." (PDF)

Note the capital E, here. Note, how the police are already trained to believe that just about everyone who talks about RFID Chips, the New World Order, FEMA and the North American Union, are part of the "militia".

Note, how they say that those who have an anti-government and anti-NWO "mindset" are a "threat"!

Indeed, the document is "Law Enforcement Sensitive". Fortunately, there are still good people in the Missouri Police as they refused to believe the lies and instead sent the material to talk show host and activist Alex Jones, who then released it to the public.

However, the document reveals how right John Ashcroft was when he had his message "To America From The United States": "You Will Lose Your Liberty". For in spite of the fact there are good people, the majority seems to be willing to believe the lies they are told by their superiors.

Documented lies.


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Tuesday, March 17, 2009




WWW,�March 2009 - He came to Pakistan to give the Taliban their land, and told them... "God is on your Side".

And now, Zbignew Brzezinski is back.

He is an advisor to Obama, and he knows all about the Afghanistan which is the target of Obama's bombs. Why? Well, he went to Pakistan and told the Taliban to get their land because "God is on your side".

Check the video and see it for yourself.

Monday, March 16, 2009




WWW, March 2009 - Everybody knows the photo's and video's where Donald Rumsfeld shook hands with Saddam Hussein. Pretty soon, everyone will see the photo's of one of Obama's main advisors having a chat with another well known figure: Osama Bin Laden.

In the Game of Global Engineering, there are many players and they all know each other as they play their wicked games of chess at the costs of the people of the world and indeed, at the cost of creation as a whole.

It's a "Grand Chessboard", according to one of Barack Obama's top advisors, a man with the difficult name Zbignew Brzezinski. After all, that is the title of one of his books. In the 1970's, Brzezinski was the top advisor for then president Jimmy Carter. He is sometimes called "the other Henry Kissinger", and like ole Henry, Zbignew surely has some things on his CV that he doesn't want everyone to know as well.

In many ways, you could look at him as the founder of what is currently known as the Taliban or even Al Qaeda. Sure, there really is no such thing as Al Qaeda, but there is such a thing as Muslim fundamentalists in Afghanistan and we are led to believe that these are the archenemies of "freedom and democracy".

We are also led to believe that the chief terrorist of the world is the leader of this Al Qaeda organization, a man called Osama Bin Laden. He is said to be responsible for just about every terrorist act in the world, and subsequently he's seen as the most wanted man on earth.

Osama Bin Laden, however, is a long time friend of the USA and he was even trained by the US led armies, such as the one in Pakistan. He was also a good friend of a man who wasn't really on the front of the world's theatre recently, but who you can see in the picture below:

Zbignew Brzezinski and Osama bin Laden

Brzezinski can be seen here as he is having a chat with what is now seen as the world's most wanted man. The man who is now one of Obama's top advisors was the man who founded what now is the Taliban and Al Qaeda: the Muslim fundamentalists in Afghanistan that this very same Obama wants to vehemently bomb.

Of course, that other picture comes to mind, where one of the head figures in the Bush administration was caught on camera decades before, as he was building up the system of the dictator that was later called "the biggest threat to the free world" as he had Weapons of Mass Destruction. This one:

Donald Rumsfeld and Saddam Hussein

It's a "Grand Chess Board" indeed. Brzezinski did not only write a book with that title, he is one of the players of this game, a game that has the deaths of countless of innocent men women and children as a result. Being one of the top advisors for the president that so many seem to looking at as the Messiah who will take the USA and indeed the world out of the wars, in reality he is proof of the fact that president Obama is not what many think he is.

Thursday, March 12, 2009




WWW, March 2009 - Is the King James Version 100% correct, when the translation seems to indicate that JAH created creation about 6000 years ago, in a state of desolation?

"Yes", say the Creationist. I beg to differ, however.

Creationism", unlike the popular idea, is not "just" the knowledge that creation was created by the Creator. If that would be the case, I could have been labeled a "Creationist" myself. However, I am not. And still, I believe that Jah created creation and no I do not believe that he did that through Darwin, so to speak. I do not believe mankind comes from the proverbial monkey.

A creationist believes, however, using slogans like "the Bible is the Whole Truth", that God created creation in 6 days, about 6000 years ago. A creationist believes in the traditional doctrines that came to us through Augustine, the Vatikan and it's "Reformers". A Creationist believes, that "in the beginning", the first words of the Bible, is also the "first day" of the week described in the first chapter of Genesis.

And I beg to differ, Sirs!

First of all, the Bible does not say at all that "In the beginning was the first day" at all. In fact, Genesis starts with the words:

"In The Beginning, God Created The Heaven And The Earth. And The Earth Was Without Form, And Void, And Darkness Was Upon The Face Of The Deep." (Genesis 1:1,2a)

When you read on, you see that Jah wipes the darkness of the earth and makes a difference between day and night. That wiping away of the darkness is the first act of the "creation week", which I would rather call a re-creation week.

First of all, the word "was" is not necessarily translated in the right way. The word could also be "became". Whether you use the word "was", or "became", therefore, requires more than literally translating the first lines of Genesis.

When you translate the word as "was", you make Genesis say, that Jah created the earth without "form and void", or, as the Hebrew phrase goes, "Tohu va Bohu". This phrase is used in the Bible only a couple of times, so let's take a look where they are used as well.

Let's go to Isaiah, where Jah speaks about His judgments:

"He shall stretch out upon it the line of confusion, and the stones of emptiness" (Isaiah 34:11b)

Obviously, since you cannot "create destruction" and Tohu va Bohu does indicate destruction rather than a creative act, it is not right to translate the first lines of Genesis using the word "was" to describe the original state of creation "in the beginning".

But there is more usage of the word Tohu va Bohu. This next usage, also Isaiah quoting JAH, says this:

"For thus saith the LORD that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I [am] the LORD; and [there is] none else." (Isaiah 45:18)

So here we have Jah Himself saying, that He did not create the earth "Tohu va Bohu". And since we already know, that the words describe a situation after the judgement of the Most High, we might get an indication as to what really happened, somewhere between "In The Beginning" and the first day of the week in Genesis.

Jeremiah helps us out. He was taken to that time, before mankind was created. He describes a situation that is in no way like the ones creationists describe when they make God in their image, a God that creates empty things. Take a look:

"I beheld the earth, and, lo, [it was] without form, and void; and the heavens, and they [had] no light. I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly. I beheld, and, lo, [there was] no man, and all the birds of the heavens were fled. I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place [was] a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the LORD, [and] by his fierce anger. For thus hath the LORD said, The whole land shall be desolate; yet will I not make a full end." (Jeremiah 4:23-27)

Obviously, we speak about a situation that is not the original creation, even though Jeremiah is taken to that time when the earth was Tohu va Bohu in Genesis 1:1. It is obvious, that the earth became Tohu va Bohu!

So, now we have Jah Himself saying that He did not create the earth in this situation, we have two accounts that tell us Tohu va Bohu is a situation after a judgement of Jah, and we have Jeremiah who speaks about this time in more detail.

Jeremiah specifically says "there is no man", but he also speaks about "cities". He speaks about a civilization on this planet before mankind was ever created!

Creationists deny all of this. They obscured the translation in the King James Version in the very first sentence of the very first chapter of the very first book, and with that, they have created God in their image: a God that cannot create anything, for you cannot create emptiness.

Now, other than the fact that it is more than interesting to realize that there were civilizations before mankind was created, it is equally so that the God of the creationists is not the God that wrote the Bible in the original language. And not only because it is an oxymoron to "create emptiness".

A couple of months ago I wrote about Sodomy, which most people think is another word for homosexuality where the Bible uses the word heteros to describe what the Sodomites were doing. Here, too, do we see that very same God of the creationists at work. Their denial of the fact that there are more intelligent beings than just mankind, leads to their painting of a God Who makes people pay for His... mistakes!

We see the same God, who is sorry that He created mankind and since He seems to be unable to master time, He can do nothing but wiping out His creation with a flood. That is not the Almighty JAH that I know, that is not the perfect JAH that I know!

We can go on, for example, and look to the battles of Israel against the Canaanites as described in Exodus and so on. We can look at JAH telling the Israelites to kill other human beings, or we can look at the original text and read how these were not human beings at all but descendants of the Nephilim, unholy offspring of angelic beings with daughters of men.

All of this, however, is lost to the creationists who do not seem to be able to grasp that although mankind is created in the Image of JAH, this by no means means that (wo)man is the only intelligent being in creation and that human civilization is all that ever was in Jah's creation.

It is clear, that the KJV is not 100% correct. The mistranslations start already in the very first line. How important is it, to know Jah personally in order to understand just what is written in the Bible, especially when you consider these mistranslations? Asking this question is answering it.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Terror Memos Reveal Total Destruction Of U.S. Constitutional Freedoms

Terror Memos Reveal Total Destruction Of U.S. Constitutional Freedoms

Steve Watson
Tuesday, March 3, 2009

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By releasing internal Justice Department memos showing how the Bush fronted Neocons systematically destroyed civil liberties in America after 9/11, the Obama administration has sought to distance itself from such practices. However, closer inspection of the actions of the new regime, reveal no deviation from such policies in the war on terror.

Nine memos/opinions, said by the Bush administration to give legal grounding to detention and torture of terror suspects, were released yesterday.

They reveal how the rights of all American citizens have been effectively stripped away under the auspices of the so called "war on terror".

A 2002 opinion written by then-assistant attorney general John Yoo, stated that the rights of any suspect could be rescinded.

"The power to dispose of the liberty of individuals captured … remain in the hands of the president alone," Yoo wrote.

Another 2003 opinion written for Alberto Gonzales, then counsel for Bush, stated:

"Congress can no longer regulate the president's ability to detain and interrogate enemy combatants than it may regulate his ability to direct troop movements."

Another memo intended for John Bellinger, who was then legal advisor to the National Security Council, suggested that the president's "power to suspend treaties is wholly discretionary," indicating that international laws could be ignored if necessary.

Perhaps the most despicable of the memos dated from October 23rd 2001, Just weeks after 9/11. As reported by AP, it effectively stated that constitutional free-speech protections and a prohibition on unreasonable search and seizure could take a back seat to military needs in fighting terrorism inside the country.

"The government's compelling interests in wartime justify restrictions on the scope of individual liberty," it said.

"The current campaign against terrorism may require even broader exercises of federal power domestically," John Yoo and Justice Department official Robert Delahunty wrote.

"The president has the legal and constitutional authority to use military force within the United States to respond to and combat future acts of terrorism… the Posse Comitatus Act does not bar deployment." it continues.

"We do not think that a military commander carrying out a raid on a terrorist cell would be required to demonstrate probable cause or to obtain a (search) warrant," the memo reads, also stating that the Fourth Amendment laws "are unsuited to the demands of wartime."

Effectively the Justice Department gave the green light for military forces within the U.S. to smash in people's doors, search their homes without probable cause, drag them away without charge and detain and torture them for as long as they like at the behest of the president.

Furthermore, the memo states, "First Amendment speech and press rights may also be subordinated to the overriding need to wage war successfully," envisioning the possibility of censorship restrictions on newspapers and the Internet.

A September 25 2001 memo previews what would become an extensive debate over the National Security Administration's warrantless surveillance program, saying "the president must be able to use whatever means necessary to prevent attacks on the United States; this power, by implication, includes the authority to collect information necessary for its effective exercise."

All nine memos can be read at The Department of Justice website.

In effect, the DoJ Ok'd a total suspension of the U.S. Constitution after 9/11.

Though, the Obama administration has tentatively stated that the memos are invalid, the new president's actions do not reflect such an assertion.

As reported last month, one of Obama's first actions in office was to sign an executive order securing the continued practice of secretly capturing, transporting and imprisoning so called "enemy combatants".

Under executive orders issued by Obama just two days into his tenure, the CIA still has authority to carry out what are known as renditions, secret abductions and transfers of prisoners to countries that cooperate with the United States, the Los Angeles Times reported.

"The Obama administration appears to have determined that the rendition program was one component of the Bush administration's war on terrorism that it could not afford to discard." Greg Miller noted.

A minor provision within one executive order states that instructions to close the CIA's secret prisons "do not refer to facilities used only to hold people on a short-term, transitory basis", meaning that some "black sites" can remain open.

Though former CIA officials have admitted that rendition is mostly unproductive, an administration official told the LA Times anonymously: "Obviously you need to preserve some tools - you still have to go after the bad guys. The legal advisors working on this looked at rendition. It is controversial in some circles and kicked up a big storm in Europe. But if done within certain parameters, it is an acceptable practice."

As we further illuminated in our previous report, Obama's much lauded declaration to "ban" torture and his "commitment" to close down detention facilities is full of loopholes and hidden clauses designed to allow such practices and premises to be continued, albeit with renewed secrecy.

If Obama were truly committed to ending the legacy of torture and secret detention, he would authorize the prosecution of those officials responsible, all the way up to the top. Instead, he , along with his CIA Director Leon Panetta, has said he will do no such thing.

Indeed, the latest sign of allowing such crimes to go unpunished comes in the form of federal prosecutor John Durham signaling that even though he has yet to complete his investigation, he is unlikely to indict any CIA employees for incinerating 92 secret interrogation tapes that purportedly show suspects being waterboarded.

Furthermore, we have not seen Obama repeal Patriot Acts I and II, nor have we seen a reversal of Bush's signing statement that would effectively repeal the John Warner Defense Authorization Act.

We have not seen any evidence to suggest that the NSA will cease warrantless secret surveillance and phone-taps of American citizens.

We have not seen any deviation from the Bush-era war on terror policies.

We have not seen any CHANGE.

Download the memo's (PDF) straight from the US Gov't website:

Office of Legal Counsel Memoranda

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