Archive for December 2013

5MIN News Dec.25.2013: Grand Minimum, Agenda 21

May you all have, have had or be having a wonderful Christmas day.

In this video, Ben discusses the likely context for the current very quiet sunspot peak we are experiencing and its consequences. If this modelling is accurate – a model which predicted the current low sunspot cycle, whilst most were forecasting a highly active one – then we are entering a period of global cooling perhaps similar to what is known as the Maunder Minimum of some 400 years ago, a period also known as the Little Ice Age. Doesn’t do much for the global warming nonsense that is screamed at us every day, does it?

Speaking of the global warming story, Richard Moore has produced two excellent analytical articles on climate science and climate variation. Needless to say, they don’t do much for the global warming model, either.

Soon the evidence will be undeniable. Will it be in time to expose the global warming propaganda that has become so deeply entrenched and stop Agenda 21 in its tracks? We’ll see.

Barton Gellman Describes Interviewing Edward Snowden

Barton Gellman was the journalist responsible for the Snowden interview I shared with you earlier today. Here is Gellman being interviewed about meeting with Snowden.

Also, Snowden will deliver an alternative Christmas message on Channel 4 in Britain (4.15pm U.K. time), again filmed by Laura Poitras, who filmed his first release, which began the document release.

Florida Couple Forced to Dig Up 17-Year Old Organic Garden


We just cannot have people growing healthy food for themselves. It’s outright rebellion!!!

I quote:

When we’ve lost the right to grow our own food, we’ve truly become subjects of the state. Lately it seems we’ve been hearing of more and more people being forced to dismantle their vegetable gardens in order to appease city ordinances or homeowner’s association rules. These same policies don’t ban things like pesticides, Christmas lights, or tacky lawn art—just edible landscaping.

End of quote.

And let us not think it is driven by some local issue. Part of the strategy from the highest level is to use mindless local edicts to dictate “acceptable” practices.

You can read the article here.

Food Behind Bars Isn’t Fit for Your Dog

“The big shift came in 2004 when the state got rid of the employees who worked in the kitchen and gave the food service contract to Aramark,” said Jordan, who has sent several complaints about jail kitchen conditions to state and county authorities. “The food was not great [earlier], but the officers ate it along with the prisoners. Once Aramark came in, that changed. The bread was stale. I saw food in the kitchen with mould on it. The refrigerator broke down and the food was left outside in the cold or trucked in from another facility. Those who ate the food began to get sick. The officers demanded the right to bring in their own food or order out, which the jail authorities granted. But the prisoners had no choice. Diarrhoea and vomiting is common among the prisoners. A few weeks ago one of the officers got a bowl of the prisoners’ chili. We all told him not to eat it. He ended up with diarrhoea in the bathroom.”

Aramark, often contracted to provide food to prisoners at about a dollar a meal, is one of numerous corporations, from phone companies to construction firms, that have found our grotesque system of mass incarceration to be very profitable. The bodies of the poor, when they are not captive, are worth little to corporations. But bodies behind bars can each generate $40,000 to $50,000 a year for corporate coffers. More than 2.2 million men and women are in prisons and jails in the U.S.

You can read the rest of this article by Chris Hedges here.

The TSA’s 12 Banned Items of Christmas

A little black Christmas humour. Let’s hear another rousing cheer for the 9/11 perpetrators.

Mission accomplished, says Edward Snowden

“For me, in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission’s already accomplished,” he said. “I already won. As soon as the journalists were able to work, everything that I had been trying to do was validated. Because, remember, I didn’t want to change society. I wanted to give society a chance to determine if it should change itself.”

“All I wanted was for the public to be able to have a say in how they are governed,” he said. “That is a milestone we left a long time ago. Right now, all we are looking at are stretch goals.”
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Navy sailors have radiation sickness after Japan rescue

More evidence of the impact of Fukushima.

Now, nearly three years after their deployment on a humanitarian mission to Japan’s ravaged coast, Cooper and scores of her fellow crew members on the aircraft carrier and a half-dozen other support ships are battling cancers, thyroid disease, uterine bleeding and other ailments.

For me, there is little doubt that this nuclear disaster is being allowed to unfold. Have we seen this treated as a global catastrophe, with global resources marshalled to deal with it? No. Instead we’ve watched the acknowledged incompetent TEPCO bumble their way forward as massive quantities of radioactive water pours into the Pacific Ocean and the mainstream media, for the most part, behaves like this disaster doesn’t exist as indeed do most of the public, and the Japanese government acts to hide the scale of the disaster from their own people. It’s but one more example of how the human frog remains in the pond as the temperature rises.

Scientists Link Spike in Thyroid Disease to Post Fukushima Radioactive Water

Here is tangible research demonstrating the impact of the Fukushima radiation, in this case on the West Coast of the United States.

Nuclear expert and researcher Joseph Mangano explains his research in connecting the increase of hyperthyroidism in newborns on the West coast to the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

He also mentions the unsurprisingly dire results emerging in Japan.

Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde speaks about UFOs, Aliens, Mind Control & Conspiracies

Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde is a Finnish physician who has been an author and lecturer on parapsychology, ufology and mind control since 1982. In this excellent interview, (thank you, Hedy) she shares experiences and views that are largely in line with my own views and experience. It is impossible to hold onto our traditional, carefully crafted view of our world, how it works and what it means to be human when you hear what she has experienced.

December solstice

From: Graham Hancock

Happy December solstice, the shortest day in the northern hemisphere, the longest day in the southern hemisphere. Like the two equinoxes (21/22 March and 21/22 September) and the June solstice (21/22 June), the December solstice was universally revered by the ancients who created majestic monuments to marry heaven and earth, as above, so below, on this special day. This photograph was taken down the long axis of the Temple of Karnak in upper Egypt on the December Solstice a few years ago and proves that a key function of this stunning work of sacred architecture was, indeed, to marry heaven and earth at this numinous cosmic moment. The temple’s axis runs dead straight for almost a kilometre on a bearing 26 degrees south of east to place the rising sun dead-centre over the gateway at the far end of the axis on the December solstice and only on the December solstice. Photograph by Santha Faiia.

Thank you, Graham. May we all once more begin to understand why these key events were revered by the ancients.


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