Friday, February 16, 2018

The Obama Painting Foretold?

While cleaning out my family's house garage, I found a copy of the November 19, 2012 Newsweek magazine, featuring an unusual juxtaposition of images.

The magazine's rear cover is turned back, thus showing me this photograph of this comedian, Rob Delaney, standing in front of and partially obscured by leaves.

I then look at this magazine issue's front cover and see an artist's rendition - painting - of then President Barack Obama, behind the title of an article "The Obama Conquest Lucky General or Master of the Game?" by Daniel Klaidman.

This is the cover.

It is one thing to see a magazine with a cover illustration of a U.S. President in a style reminiscent of illustrations of some other political figures, whether heads of state or military figures: standing in a uniform reflecting some sort of military-strategic genius.

But it is something even more-so to see such a magazine, featuring such an image on its cover, that also features an image of someone, particularly upon its rearmost internal page, in a style that the political figured shown on the front cover, would eventually have his official painting so rendered.

Did Obama, in seeing this magazine back in 2012, have it influence his decision of the style of his official portrait- painting, which would be unveiled in early 2018?

Friday, February 2, 2018

Trump's Apparant De-Evolution: On The Drug War ...

Squandering Billions To Undermine Peoples' Health and Violate Human Rights,
in order to Protect Tobacco Cigarettes, Synthetic Monopoly Medicine,
and prop up wasteful "treatment" and prison industries

In April, 1990, Donald Trump was widely quoted for his opposition to the drug war.

MIAMI — Billionaire New York developer Donald Trump says that legalizing drugs is the only way to win the war against what he considers one of America`s most serious problems.
Trump blamed the country`s drug problems on politicians who ``don`t have any guts`` and enforcement efforts that are ``a joke.`` ``We`re losing badly the war on drugs,`` Trump told 700 people at a luncheon Friday. ``You have to legalize drugs to win that war. You have to take the profit away from these drug czars.``,4533445&hl=en

 MIAMI — Billionaire New York developer Donald Trump said the nation's drug enforcement effort is "a joke" and repeated his call for the legalization of drugs Friday during a luncheon held by the Miami Herald.

``We`re losing badly the war on drugs," Trump said.  ``You have to legalize drugs to win that war. You have to take the profit away from these drug czars.``

Tax revenues from a legalized drug trade could be spent to educate the public on the dangers of drugs, Trump said during a speech at the newspaper's Company of the Year Awards luncheon.

Yet within his 2018 State of the Union Address as the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump stated:
“We must get much tougher on drug dealers and pushers if we are going to succeed in stopping this scourge,” 

Indeed.  So who is going to go after the government and every official who has propped up this massive criminal drug market protectionist racket?

Trump's apparently sociopathic Attorney General Sessions fervently supports this criminal racket.

As have countless other political opportunists for over a century, starting with those corrupted figures initiating it, most notably this, within the U.S. Department of Agriculture and private groups as the American Medical Association and the American Pharmaceutical Association to protect markets for Tobacco Cigarettes, and Synthetic Monopoly Medicine?

See more articles about the U.S. government's criminal racket of the drug war within the April 2011 archives of my blog Freedom of Medicine and Diet.

Sunday, January 28, 2018

The New York Times De-Evolution: 1892 & 1915 Examples

Devolution, de-evolution, or backward evolution is the notion that species can revert to supposedly more primitive forms over time.

Examples from 1892 and 1915 reveal that The New York Times was a better news source before its 1896 purchase by Adolph Ochs.

A curious development of the concept of 'the news fit to print'
The Political Tendencies of his Successor
The Cardinal who would probably win the prize- his Polish supporter – affairs in France and Germany – Spurgeon’s Return – Lord Lorne’s Appointment
By the commercial cable from our own correspondent

Copyrighted 1892 by the New York Times

LONDON, Jan. 23- This evil Winter of fogs, plagues and famine bids fair to be long remembered. We are being passed from funeral to funeral about as it were a time of war. While the effects of the general mourning and idleness during the young Duke’s burial on Wednesday and the solemnly ornate obsequies of the old Cardinal through the darkened noonday streets on Thursday are still resting like a pall on Thursday are still resting like a pall on the public spirits, Rome sends out tidings which read like a summons to the deathbed of the Pope. At this hour it is difficult to get at the exact truth in the conflicting dispatches received, but it is at least not re-assuring to learn that the Italian government has established a rigorous telegraphic censorship over all of the messages about the Pope’s condition.

Republics never get to realize by their own experiences that curious phase of Europe’s condition, where all sorts of changes in the political, social, and commercial life of nations are continually hanging contingent upon the death of some very old man. Republics use up their public men more rapidly, and those who survive are relegated to private life at an age when in England they would have arrived at a reasonable expectation of getting into the Ministry.

In Europe old men hang on till they die. The new generations wait with more or less politeness and patience for their departure and then rush in forcibly to drag everything forward to date. Four years ago it was old William whose remarkable longevity was keeping the whole Empire back in the reactionary shadows of Metternich’s time. Since then it has been Mr. Gladstone’s amazing strength and virility which have bodily held back the swelling tide of Radicalism from bursting forth and overwhelmingly the old Liberal party organization. Watching him has become such a hopelessly stale story, however, that it needs only a hint to divert the general attention of the Vatican, where untold things depend on the waning life of another aged man.

The Papacy since 1870 has been in a position where practically everything turns upon the personality of the Pontiff and his choice of advisers. There can be no more mediocre Popes under whose nominal guidance matters can go on in commonplace routine. Every successor of Peter now must make a big mark in the history of the Church, for good or bad. If he is not very strong, he will be found lamentably weak. There is no longer any middle course.

Leo has been one of the strong kind. His fourteen years of reign have been devoted to building a new sort of Papacy beside rather than upon the ruins of the old structure. Considering the great difficulties and obstacles in the way of his task, proceeding even more from within then without, the result is exceptionally successful. Perhaps the outcome of his labors is best defined by saying that he has shown
those who thought the Papacy need no longer be taken into account in the world’s affairs because Rome has been wrestled from it that they were profoundly mistaken. The Vatican to-day wields far greater influence in Europe than it has done since the French Revolution.
But it is a peculiarly personal influence. The next Pope will inherit only the opportunities of securing it for himself and failing to improve these will be vastly easier than success.

It seems to be taken for granted that Cardinal Raphael Monaco la Valetta will secure the succession. He is the doyen of the Sacred College and Secretary of the Inquisition - an amiable, unambitious priest of sixty-five, who has the very slenderest notions of or interest in the general European situation. He is extremely simple in his tastes, is not in the least stirred by all the great outside social and political problems with which Leo has striven to grapple with as a sacerdotal Tory. By temperament he always belonged to the conservative wing of the college. He will assume the tiara, if elected, as its representative and as opposed to the small liberal group headed by Cardinal Parocchi. If he stood by himself there would be no risk in predicting that his would be a reign under which the papacy would lose more prestige than Leo had gained for it.

It is very well understood, however, that Monaco is entirely under the control of Ledochowski, that proud, imperious, and able Pole who made Bismarck such worlds of trouble in the old Kulturkampf day and who has been able to impose his will very often upon even the present Pope. This powerful man was in a German prison when Pius IX created him a Cardinal in 1875.
Next year he was released and banished, and he has since lived in Rome, devoting his great wealth and talents to building up a militant Ultramontagne party about him. His wrath at the treatment he received at the hands of Bismarck has colored all his political views. He has hated both Germany and Italy and has looked un ceasingly forward to the time when French bayonets should restore the temporal power of the Vatican in the old Roman States.

If we assume that this spirited and resolute prelate will shortly be ruling the Church through its nominal head, it becomes a most anxious question how he will accept the existing political conditions of Europe which have so radically changed since 1875. The new rulers of the Germans have been at pains to show their desire to abolish the last traces of the Kulturkampf. When the pending Prussian Education bill is passed, the German Catholics will be actually stronger than they were before the May laws. During the last half year these dispatches have frequently reflected the new interest which William and his immediate entourage are displaying in the Polish question. Of course a good deal of this has arisen naturally from the contemplation of the necessity of sooner or later fighting Russia: but even more it represents the effort to allure Ledochowski into friendship with Germany by an appeal to his national sentiment. How far this has successor will be, as has been said, a most anxious question.

In any event under this new regime there would be an abrupt cessation of pastorals on Socialistic and labor problems and of poems about St. Thomas Aquinas. We should instead see the Vatican boldly embark upon the troubled waters of European diplomacy, seeking alliances and taking desperate risks upon the fortune in the next war. The outcome of this altered policy it is wholly impossible to foretell, but at least it does not bid fair to lie in the direction of an increased spirituality.

Today William has been receiving the new King and Queen of Wurtemberg at Berlin with ceremonial pomp equal to that bestowed upon the most important of foreign monarchs. In this characteristically exuberant fashion he marks the fact that the old King Charles hated Prussia, whereas the present ruler admires it. With this demonstration particularism may be said to have been buried in Germany. Wurtemberg’s soldiers are to abandon the old double-breasted coat for the Prussian government, and in the coming maneuvers the Bavarian and Wurtemberg corps are to work side by side for the first time in the empire with Prussian troops. Even Posen is being coaxed and conciliated into harmony with the rest of Prussia and furtively excited by rumors of a restored Poland being set up on her borders.

Poland itself is likely to furnish food for a sensation before the year closes. Her patriots have been for months planning to commemorate this hundredth anniversary of the great partition by wearing mourning and abstaining from all festivities during twelve months. Gen. Gourko, the brutal Satrap of Poland, got the leading Polish nobles together at his New Year’s reception and brusquely advised them to give up their intentions of not dancing this year, “it would be better,” he said, “for you to dance of your own free will than that I should make you dance.”

The Poles are however, obstinately wearing black and avoiding social services, and as a consequence the stories of persecution, arrests and a wholesale reign of terror which cross the border are more distressing than ever.

Russia is at last reluctantly recognizing her powerlessness this year to do anything but fight the famine. Alll projected measures against the Jews and foreigners and what little remains of the Liberator Czar’s reformed institutions have been in definitely postponed, and by all officialdom has been set at work to keep the demon of starvation at bay. No news comes out save of hunger and pestilence punctuated with official piracy and emphasized by grave popular turbulence.

In France, accordingly, one hears very little now about Russian friendship, and nobody feels impelled to sing a Russian hymn. Paris has suddenly discovered that foreign politics are uninteresting and has concentrated her attention upon an amusing blackguard Deputy named Laur, who serves as the exiled Rochefort’s mouthpiece in the campaign of revolting defamation against Minister Constans. The whole episode is distinctly of an Elysee-Montmartre oder- that is to say, it couldn’t happen anywhere else than in Paris. It is only there that one has journals daily charging a Minister with unmentionable crimes and the Minister publicly thumping the head of the Deputy while he reiterates these charges in the Tribune. But perhaps even this is better business than subscribing to Russian loans.

Poor little Portugal, after prolonged wriggles and wry faces, has at last swallowed an ugly dose, and is openly discussing the necessity of selling some of her colonies. The fateful proposition has been made in the Cortes, and the newspapers are approving it. What makes this final sacrifice of dignity still more terrible to national contemplation is the abiding fear that it will be made in vain and that no buyers will appear. Unhappily, it seems rather more probable that the big States will now take what they want without mooting the question of payment at all.

The epidemic called influenza shows no signs of abating, either here or on the Continent, one day this week the London Time’s advertising columns recording this unprecedented number of 157 deaths. Of these the age was given in over 100 cases and the average of these was sixty-two years. Everywhere it is noted that the mortality among aged people is phenomenal.

One other curious fact common to England, France and Germany is the special severity of the epidemic at the seaside. All the North Sea and Channel towns, from Konigsberg to Havre, have suffered much more than the inland places. Portsmouth and Brighton have led the English death rate lists. Outlying islands like man and the Scillies have been literally ravaged by the disease.
Perhaps there is a hint in this for scientists.

Mr. Spurgeon is recovering his health in the south so rapidly that he is expected now soon to return. The thanks offering of his parishioners will take the curios form of a thirty five hundred dollar hydraulic elevator from the floor of his church up to the pulpit, which is now being put in. No other gift would have been so accept able to the pastor, for he is increasingly fat and short of breath, and the exertion of climbing the pulpit stairs used often to induce faintness and vertigo.

Not all of the pathos of the recent royal bereavement was concentrated on the person of the young Princess May.

Her father must feel convinced at last that he was born to bad luck. He poor man has been entangled in a fringe of bankruptcy for twenty years and bullied by Parlia mentary reformers whenever royal grants came up, and sarcastically alluded to in the flippant papers as the Duke of Tick. Finally, when the gates of fortune opened and a golden vista dazzled his vision, he could have had hardly time to borrow interest on his debts before they were shut again with a slam. To make matters worse, he was to receive the fat sinecure of Governor of Windsor Castle, but now, so completely is his nose out of joint that the berth has been given to the Marquis of Lorne, who is not in the least need of it.

This probably marks Lord Lorne’s apogee in the official position. He is not likely to get into the House of Commons and will carry no weight when he succeeds his father in the Lords. His attempts to secure distinction as an author have been sad failures. His last look on Viecount Palmerston took him an unconscionable while to do, and then was so badly written that the publishers had to have it done over again by a hack, although Lord Lorne’s name alone appears.

The Spectator gives a long critical notice of the warm praise to the two latest volumes of Henry Adams “United States.”

Contrast that 1892 article with that in 1915 essentially announcing the February 11, 1915 election of the 26th Jesuit Order Superior General, Wlodimir Ledochowski.
The New York Times, February 14, 1915

Calls “Black Pope” Kaiser’s Tool
Special cable to The New York Times
[no author given]

PARIS, Feb. 13 -- The Laterne, which is generally considered to represent the views of the Socialist section of the Cabinet, alludes to the election of a new General of the Jesuits, saying, “It is ridiculous to try as has been attempted by certain Catholic newspapers to persuade the public that the Jesuits are Francophile. Father Ledochowski’s election shows clearly that their efforts, as they always have been, are in opposition to French liberalism. We predict the ‘New Black Pope’s” policy in one phrase: he will act according to the Kaisers [sic] orders.
History since demonstrates this was a freudian slip of deliberate disinformation over a very critical point- the view of the Kaiser, and by extension the Kaiser Reich.

Origins: The New York Times was founded as the New-York Daily Times on September 18, 1851.[a] Founded by journalist and politician Henry Jarvis Raymond (1820–1869), and former banker George Jones, the Times was published by Raymond, Jones & Company (which raised about $70,000 initially).[25] Early investors in the company were Edwin B. Morgan,[26] Christopher Morgan,[27] and Edward B. Wesley.[28] Sold for a penny (equivalent to 29 cents today), the inaugural edition attempted to address various speculations on its purpose and positions that preceded its release:[29]
We shall be Conservative, in all cases where we think Conservatism essential to the public good;—and we shall be Radical in everything which may seem to us to require radical treatment and radical reform. We do not believe that everything in Society is either exactly right or exactly wrong;—what is good we desire to preserve and improve;—what is evil, to exterminate, or reform.
The newspaper shortened its name to The New-York Times on September 14, 1857. It dropped the hyphen in the city name on December 1, 1896.[31] On April 21, 1861, The New York Times began publishing a Sunday edition to offer daily coverage of the Civil War. One of the earliest public controversies it was involved with was the Mortara Affair, the subject of twenty editorials it published alone.[32]

The main office of The New York Times was attacked during the New York Draft Riots. The riots, sparked by the beginning of drafting for the Union Army, beginning on July 13, 1863. On "Newspaper Row", across from City Hall, Henry Raymond stopped the rioters with Gatling guns (early machine guns), one of which he manned himself. The mob diverted, and attacked the headquarters of abolitionist publisher Horace Greeley's New York Tribune until forced to flee by the Brooklyn City Police, who had crossed the East River to help the Manhattan authorities.[33]
In 1869, Raymond died, and George Jones took over as publisher.[34]

The newspaper's influence grew during 1870–1871 when it published a series of exposés on William Tweed, leader of the city's Democratic Party—popularly known as "Tammany Hall" (from its early 19th century meeting headquarters)—that led to the end of the Tweed Ring's domination of New York's City Hall.[35] Tweed offered The New York Times five million dollars (equivalent to more than 100 million dollars today) to not publish the story.[26]

In the 1880s, The New York Times transitioned gradually from editorially supporting Republican Party candidates to becoming more politically independent and analytical.[36] In 1884, the paper supported Democrat Grover Cleveland (former Mayor of Buffalo and Governor of New York State) in his first presidential campaign.[37] While this move cost The New York Times a portion of its readership among its more progressive and Republican readers (the revenue declined from $188,000 to $56,000 from 1883-1884), the paper eventually regained most of its lost ground within a few years.[38]

Ochs era: After George Jones died in 1891, Charles Ransom Miller and other New York Times editors raised $1 million dollars to buy the Times printing it under the New York Times Publishing Company.[39][40] However, the newspaper was financially crippled by the Panic of 1893,[38] and by 1896, the newspaper had a circulation of less than 9,000, and was losing $1,000 a day. That year, controlling interest in it was gained by Adolph Ochs, publisher of the Chattanooga Times for $75,000.[41]
Shortly after assuming control of the paper, Ochs coined the paper's slogan, "All The News That's Fit To Print". The slogan has appeared in the paper since September 1896,[42]

Ochs-Sulzberger family

In 1896, Adolph Ochs bought The New York Times, a money-losing newspaper, and formed the New York Times Company. The Ochs-Sulzberger family, one of the United States' newspaper dynasties, has owned The New York Times ever since.[37] The publisher went public on January 14, 1969, trading at $42 a share on the American Stock Exchange.[94] After this, the family continued to exert control through its ownership of the vast majority of Class B voting shares. Class A shareholders are permitted restrictive voting rights while Class B shareholders are allowed open voting rights.

The Ochs-Sulzberger family trust controls roughly 88 percent of the company's class B shares. Any alteration to the dual-class structure must be ratified by six of eight directors who sit on the board of the Ochs-Sulzberger family trust. The Trust board members are Daniel H. Cohen, James M. Cohen, Lynn G. Dolnick, Susan W. Dryfoos, Michael Golden, Eric M. A. Lax, Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. and Cathy J. Sulzberger.[95]

Turner Catledge, the top editor at The New York Times from 1952 to 1968, wanted to hide the ownership influence. Arthur Sulzberger routinely wrote memos to his editor, each containing suggestions, instructions, complaints, and orders. When Catledge would receive these memos he would erase the publisher's identity before passing them to his subordinates. Catledge thought that if he removed the publisher's name from the memos it would protect reporters from feeling pressured by the owner.[96]

Additional blog articles about The New York Times in Continuing Counter Reformation

In particular, see this one:

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

About What Happened To Me In 2006-2007

Spotlighting the 'breadcrumb' indicators of political dynamics hidden in plain sight
via blogging about the abortion of the U.S. National Capital Planning Commission's 
proposed for Washington, D.C. Extending the Legacy  South Capitol Mall

Also see, October 2007 "Free Speech Beneath U.S. Homeland Security"

Above image - "Dr. Ronald K. Siegel, author Intoxication Douglas A. Willinger, Anthony Richard Henman, author MamaCoca" - URL:
The strange case to me happened, and the strategy of psychological encircling occurring to Douglas Willinger, researcher in the area of the transport road engineering [and the suppressed use of natural substances] where his coherence and faith to the truth dragged on him the terrorist arm of the shadow government:

Sunday, April 01, 2012

Jesuit- Ex Verizon CEO Denny Strigel on TeleCon Conspiracy to Subvert the 4th Amendment


Interview with Denny Strigl Jesuit Chairman of the Board of Trustees Canasius Jesuit College
On the Impending End Run Around the 1st Amendment via Subverting the 4th


Most people just don’t appreciate the potential

They say “what do I have to hide” or why would anyone be interested in their lives.

They don’t think. And they are increasingly obvious to history- and the political significance of he concept of the confessional? And thus can’t imagine the potential- namely to subvert the 1st amendment via a climate of fear.

We have all known people whom refuse getting involved politically, including refusing to attend demonstrations or join political organizations out of a fear of ending up on some list.

I’ve always wondered how anything every got done for the better by such attitudes. Frankly such attitudes disgust me. I say use it or loose it. Hence I write these blogs as a means of attempting to warn my fellow countrymen and others about the threat and show such by discussing political dynamics.


Yes, we are assembling the technology

We have already achieved the economy of scale. Thanks to modern technology plus a popular indifference following September 11, 2001. Never-mind the tremendous potential for abuse.

Look what we did to you back in 2006 after you started your first blog embarrassing the Roman Catholic Church by pointing out that conflict between that St Vincent de Paul Church and the NCPC proposed South Mall., and of course Nationals Ballpark Stadium which is our pride and joy, steered through CUA/Gontzaga and Jesuit Academy Board of Directors Tuohey through the law firm of Covington & Burling representing MLB which insists upon that particular stadium location, that was one of several options in a study PRE-dating the formal abandonment of the South Mall concept

We place a tap on your Verizon cell phone- voice and gps. That Verizon wireless salesman pitch about you the customer having control over the gps with an “off” switch- we lied. Yet we refused rescinding the claim that it was you that “broke the contract” when you ended it after we betrayed you.

We sicced a joint federal DEA local Virginia Fairfax narcotics squad on you August 5 2006 with an illegal search and seizure masked by a false claim that the police video was ‘just grey static’. We were so disappointed you had under 5 pounds, and that the search really was not legal, but got it covered up by rubber stamp Fairfax judge who refused to hear the testimony of the arresting officer, in a legal atmosphere of systematic boilerplate testilying. Come on now, just how many criminal narcotics busts in Virginia have that police boilerplate about a failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign and failing to single? Or how many involved some 5 or 6 police vehicles and 23 police, with 5 local Fairfax, and 18 “DEA”. Welcome to the age of the federal-local law enforcement “FUSION” centers- facilitating federally directed politically motivated law enforcement.

And as you’ve likely deduced we have many ways of reducing the potential impacts of what one may write upon the internet to expose us- namely drown you out in layer after layer of clutter. Just look at the way we run the media with their endless harping on even the lamest stories – remember the John Carr fluff in the weeks just after we ambushed you? Or the way magazine after magazine continue to put the face of Kim Kardashian or one of her sisters on the cover as if they merited it truly?

Or look at the number of people devoting their off of work time to watching other people play some or another sport.

Its all about distraction.

Just look at the article in today’s New York Time- we telecommunication companies are guilty of conspiracy to subvert the 4th amendment. We need to have our asses sued seriously, otherwise were going to continue, along with the counter reformation, as can be expected from a traitor as myself affiliated with the filthy Jesuit Order which has infiltrated and rotted out the governments of the world.

Get the people to accept government expansion without adequate oversight. End run around the separation of powers by the permeation- subversion of the powers like a fist hidden within a visible glove.

Get them to focus upon some exterior epidermises while overlooking that fortress of the counter reformation on the Potomac.

We are the Jesuit Order- the Society of Jesus devoted to harping minds to our benefit.

Wait until our pentagon develops miniature insect sized drones.


Virginia is notorious for boilerplate testilying designed to end run around the 4th Amendment.

Try researching how many of their prosecutions rely upon police claims of the mark failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign and making a right turn without using their turn signal?! 

Such lying may be a felony under that jurisdictions' laws.

Yet courts in Virginia allow this systematically, including that of the police video being inoperable, producing "gray static".

Added note: in 2006, the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia was Jesuit affiliated Tim Kaine.]

2012 - April 1 - South Mall Blogger

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Mass Media Lying To Continue The Drug War/Pharmacratic Inquisition

Lie about opiates to continue the drug war, even as more jurisdictions legalize Marijuana.

Use a new scare word, scare phrase: "opioid" and "opioid epidemic".

Never-mind that "opioid" is an obscure word previously found only in a few medical journals to refer to totally synthetic opiates

Never-mind that the same press that is obsessing about an "opioid epidemic' rarely or never uses the term epidemic with Tobacco despite Tobacco claiming some nearly half a million shortened deaths annually just within the U.S.

Lie to make the problem worse.

Lie that the "epidemic" is largely or primarily fueled by licit prescriptions, ignoring that the overwhelming majority do not go on to becoming addicts to either the pills nor heroin

Ignore that most of the deaths involving pills is with taking them in combination with certain other drugs such as benzos as Valium.

Ignore the sharp rise in overdoes fatalities from contraband heroin that is adulterated with far stronger synthetics as fentanyl and carfentanil which is meant for elephants, particularly with the sharp rise in such overdoes in 2014-1015.

Ignore the insult to pain sufferers, and ignore the problems with non opiate pain medications, such as Tylenol induced liver damage.

Lie to bring about more restrictions upon prescribing pills of measured, consistent guaranteed potency, so that people instead go to contraband powders of highly variable potency, as if that is somehow serving people's safety. 

We have a 1st amendment, so we can not prosecute "journalist" sell-outs as talking-head Tucker Carlson for lying.

Why not prosecute the politicians who fail to allow adults to purchase opiates OTC, denying opiate users and addicts the equal protection of the law given to nicotine users/addicts, and instead giving more of the market to contraband adulterated "heroin", and those pushing this political campaign to even further restrict prescriptions?

Charge them with restraint of trade/anti-trust and even murder.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

10th Anniversary Of My Blog Continuing Counter Reformation

The tip off of the strange silence
regarding the abortion
of what would have been Washington, D.C.'s "South Capitol Mall"
to the hidden political power of Rome,
which led me to start my political power expose blog 10 years ago today:
"Continuing Counter Reformation"

In 2006, following my experience suggestive of an overly powerful Roman Catholic Church over and through the U.S. government, for daring to write about this which was totally ignored in the U.S. by its media and "environmentalist" organizations, I began to do further research – thanks to the internet -- upon the general topic of this infiltration and subversion of our governments, and discovered the Vatican’s military-strategic subsidiary – the Jesuit Order.

I discovered Tupper Saussy’s book Rulers of Evil, which I highly recommend, about the Vatican-Jesuit fist within the glove of the U.S. government.



Sunday, February 26, 2017

A Blatant Indication

of what runs the common political spectrum
not just the "left"
but also the "right"

CPAC 2017 advertisement in The Washington Times, February 2017
touting the satanic hand gesture

CPAC is the Conservative Political Action Conference,
held annually since the 1970s,
and held in the past few years at the 'Gaylord' Hotel in National Harbor, Maryland, 
immediately south of Washington, D.C.

Please see this blog's tag "Hillsdale College" for some look at my insight as to how the organized "Conservative" movement betrays its own principles of limited government, free markets, limited regulation and common decency.