Archive for September 2016

Alarming Melt Down: Global Warming Set to Destroy ‘White Continent’ – NOT!!!


We seem to be getting a whole new round of claims about the threats of global warming.


Climate change and the ozone hole have led to a dangerous increase in temperatures in some areas of Antarctica, which might bring crucial and irreversible consequences.

“The temperature increase in Antarctica is uneven. Over the past 50 years, significant changes in temperature have been recorded in some eastern regions of the continent. However, in some parts of the Antarctic Peninsula, scientists noticed a rise in temperatures by nearly 2.5 degrees Celsius. This situation is extremely unpleasant,” Rodolfo Sánchez, a member of the Argentine Antarctic Program, told Sputnik.

According to Sánchez, global warming plays a crucial role for the continent, as it directly affects the Antarctic ice shield.

“The reduction of ice weight can lead to profound changes in the structure and dynamics of the Antarctic ecosystem. Given that Antarctica borders all the world’s oceans, the melting ice might affect other nearby ecosystems and even some coastal cities,” explained Sánchez.

Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions also pose a threat to the continent.

As the scientist explains, the process of CO2 entering the atmosphere leads to the ocean souring as the gas is partially dissolved in the sea water and then transformed into carbonic acid.

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And so it goes.

As you may know, most of the Earth’s ice is held in Antarctica. An estimated 90% of the plant’s fresh water is in that ice mass.

And I know some of you know that there are ancient maps that showed the Antarctic continent, which means it must have been free of ice in the past, maybe 20,000 years ago. But life went on…

And just for a little reality check, here is the current ice extent in Antarctica:


And the Arctic:


All pretty much tracking within the margin of error of the long term mean. No massive melting.

Note these are dated September 15, 2016, a couple of days ago. And you can check this for yourself every day if you wish at .

And there are people who should know better who keep trotting out this nonsense.

This whole thing is about Agenda 21/The 2030 Agenda.

The thing that ACTUALLY drives warming and cooling on the planet is – Gasp!!! – the sun. More specifically, the level of sunspot activity, which in turn is driven by the level of magnetic activity on the sun and specifically the rate of magnetic field decay as it approaches its 11 year magnetic reversal. The decline from a higher strength gives more sunspots or, more specifically, more solar flares.

And we’ve just finished a very weak cycle, similar to that which occurred at the time of the Maunder Minimum, which means we’re getting colder, not warmer, if you look out a few years.

And the REAL scientific evidence is there has been no measurable warming for 19 years up to October 2015.

Hard to believe, isn’t it, given what we hear almost daily.

But never let the facts interfere with a good piece of scaremongering to herd the sheeple where you want them to go. Not a mistake those who run our planet make.


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Trigger Warnings, Safe Spaces, Bias Reporting: The New Micro-techniques of Surveillance and Control

A singular orthodoxy has infiltrated the discursive parameters of U.S. and other universities and colleges. This orthodoxy now constitutes the ethical vocabulary of academia. Adopted from feminism, anti-racism, and LGBTQ theory and practice, the language, doctrines, and mechanisms of this orthodoxy now dominate academia’s policies, procedures and handbooks. The terminology has become the vernacular among the swelling ranks of administrators, especially the relatively new cohort  of chief diversity officers, directors of diversity, associate provosts of diversity, assistant provosts of diversity, diversity consultants, and so on and so on. I refer not merely to the orthodoxy of “diversity,” but in particular to “diversity” initiatives as they are currently administered, using a particular set of policies, procedures, and mechanisms: trigger warnings, safe spaces, bias reporting, and the like.

While ridiculed by media outlets, and, at least where trigger warnings are concerned, disavowed by the American Association of University Professors, nevertheless, American colleges and universities are dominated by this ethos and its collective techne. At the University of Chicago for example, the Dean of Students, John (Jay) Ellison, Ph.D., announced  (to the great chagrin of some faculty and many students):

Our commitment to academic freedom means that we do not support so-called  trigger warnings,’ we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual ‘safe spaces’ where individuals can retreat from ideas and perspectives at odds with their own…

Yet, the same university has also assembled and maintains a “Bias Response Team,” and “urges anyone who has experienced or witnessed a Bias Incident to report it to the Bias Response Team.”

As it usually happens, any perspective that deviates from this “academic” orthodoxy – or any opposition expressed by faculty members in reasoned commentary or debate about the premises of the creed and its techniques – is virtually proscribed in advance. Whether or not they happen to be progressives, left communists, or radicals of another stripe, potential critics rightly fear being figured as right-wing reactionaries opposed to diversity and the confrontation of oppression. Any complaints or criticisms, they fear, would be peremptorily dismissed, and likely circulated among other faculty members within their own universities or in academia at large as gossip, subjecting the critic to ridicule and disrepute.

Indeed, despite the fact that a new form of policing has been surreptitiously introduced into academia at large, one would be hard-pressed to find a single article, essay, or book that subjects the entire administratively controlled apparatuses of “diversity” to any kind of real scrutiny. While innumerable articles have appeared on one or another of these topics (mostly on trigger warnings and safe spaces), no one has explained the structural provenance nor analysed the probable effects of these developments as a whole.  Nor has anyone provided a theoretical or historical framework with which to understand them.

Ironically, perhaps, the most clearly appropriate critical theoretic for grasping the structural origins, as well as the social and political implications of this new largely “academic”[1][1] development can be found within the ambit of postmodern theory itself. The new mechanisms adapted and adopted by academic administrations clearly and incredibly mirror those described in a text widely read within humanities and social science studies courses throughout American universities and beyond. Indeed, it is a wonder that no one has, until now, applied this critique to the mechanisms of this academic creed. Faculty members, graduate students, and even many undergraduates, who have had even the slightest brush with trends in the humanities and social sciences, will know to what I refer here: Michel Foucault’s brilliant 1975 book, Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. Particularly uncanny is the resemblance of the academic mechanisms in question to the “micro-physics of power” described in the third chapter, “Panopticism.”

In this riveting essay, Foucault effectually describes the transmutation of power from the pre-modern to the modern period. Adducing Jeremy Bentham’s architectural model of the “Panopticon,” Foucault proffers what at the time was an utterly novel understanding of modern “discipline” and control. The new disciplinary mechanisms that Foucault discusses replace the earlier corporeal forms of punishment, such as quartering people in public, or branding them with the crimes they supposedly committed, and so forth. While first introduced by Bentham as a model of prison, asylum, and school reform, the forms of surveillance and discipline to some extent prefigured by the Panopticon and in some sense preceding it, for Foucault had already metastasized beyond the prison system, becoming the general means of discipline and control in so-called “democratic” societies.

The Panopticon itself is a circular building, in which its subjects – inmates, patients, students, etc. – are arrayed in cells surrounding a central tower. The subjects can be seen at any time by a guard, who may (or may not) occupy the central tower. The captive subjects cannot see into the tower, nor can they see each other. Likewise, they are never certain whether or not they are being observed:

Bentham’s Panopticon is the architectural figure of this composition. We know the principle on which it was based: at the periphery, an annular building; at the centre, a tower; this tower is pierced with wide windows that open onto the inner side of the ring; the peripheric building is divided into cells, each of which extends the whole width of the building; they have two windows, one on the inside, corresponding to the windows of the tower; the other, on the outside, allows the light to cross the cell from one end to the other. All that is needed, then, is to place a supervisor in a central tower and to shut up in each cell a madman, a patient, a condemned man, a worker or a schoolboy. By the effect of backlighting, one can observe from the tower, standing out precisely against the light, the small captive shadows in the cells of the periphery. They are like so many cages, so many small theatres, in which each actor is alone, perfectly individualized and constantly visible. The panoptic mechanism arranges spatial unities that make it possible to see constantly and to recognize immediately. In short, it reverses the principle of the dungeon; or rather of its three functions – to enclose, to deprive of light and to hide – it preserves only the first and eliminates the other two. Full lighting and the eye of a supervisor capture better than darkness, which ultimately protected. Visibility is a trap (Foucault 200).

Although the captive individual can never verify with certainty that she is being observed, the very possibility of being observed at any time produces the intended effect of self-circumspection on the part of the subject. As such, the subjects themselves internalize the observer, and effectively monitor and police themselves. As Foucault brilliantly describes the effects of this technological innovation:

He who is subjected to a field of visibility, and who knows it, assumes responsibility for the constraints of power; he makes them play spontaneously upon himself; he inscribes in himself the power relation in which he simultaneously plays both roles [that of observer and observed]; he becomes the principle of his own subjection. (203, emphasis added).

Make no mistake about it, Foucault describes and mobilizes the architectural model of the Panopticon in order to introduce his central argument – in modernity, entire societies are inscribed with, underwritten by, and even predicated upon a generalizable and generalized method of surveillance and control – panopticism. Even the once structure-bound, institution-specific disciplinary techniques as represented so well by the Panopticon have metastasized and traveled well beyond their former institutional borders. They now permeate the entire social body. In fact, in an important section, Foucault discusses “the swarming of the disciplinary mechanisms” of panopticism. The phrasing puts one in mind of the sentinels in “The Matrix,” the legion of squid-like robots that seek out, locate, and swarm about the escapees from the matrix in sweltering masses.

For our purposes, perhaps the most salient aspect of panopticism is the way it makes all of its subjects into potential sentinels of surveillance: “We have seen that anyone may come and exercise in the central tower the functions of surveillance” (207). That is, everyone and anyone is invited to become a functionary of panopticism. “If you see something, say something,” is the mantra that effectively encapsulates this logic. Trigger warnings, safe spaces and especially bias reporting are among the micro-techniques of power being used precisely in this fashion as described by Foucault.

At this point, I should make clear a parallel between the late eighteenth/early nineteenth-century model that Foucault treats, and the contemporary devices employed in academia and beyond. A point that is often lost on many readers of Foucault’s “Panopticism,” especially those unfamiliar with nineteenth-century cultural history, is that Jeremy Bentham was not some reactionary, right-wing or even conservative thinker attempting to impose a nefarious, draconian form of oppression on the population. In fact, during his own time, he was regarded as a radical, what today we would call a “progressive.” In fact, Bentham was known as the principle member of an early nineteenth-century group of reformers known as “the philosophical radicals.” As noted in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, he advocated numerous liberal reforms, including “annual elections; equal electoral districts; a wide suffrage, including woman suffrage; and the secret ballot. He supported in principle the participation of women in government and argued for the reform of marriage law to allow greater freedom to divorce.”

My point here is that regardless of the political provenance or original “intention” of the repertoire of “diversity” mechanisms, as Foucault makes clear, such methods and techniques, whether introduced initially by reformers for progressive ends or not, can and have often been co-opted by administers of power and wielded for oppressive ends. Likewise, the origin of the new academic instruments or “micro-physics of power” in feminism, anti-racism and LGBTQ discourse and practice in no way exempts them from being employed as oppressive mechanisms.

Academia has co-opted and now brandishes identity-politics and its techniques of micro-power – including trigger warnings, safe spaces, and bias reporting – as means of the disciplining of the subject. Bias reporting lines are examples of the ways universities are able to turn everyone within their ambit into sentinels of surveillance, discipline, and punishment. Bias reporting lines and reporting systems make everyone an instrument of panopticism, an instrument of self- and other-policing.

In terms of the academy, however, the use of such mechanisms does not represent a “perversion” of intent. They are coercive as such, by definition. Trigger warnings, safe spaces, bias reporting, and a growing host of micro-techniques of power represent the appropriation and defusing of politics, and the systems of oppression that they oppose.

These techniques of surveillance and control recall such organizations of the nineteenth century as The Society for the Suppression of Vice, founded in 1802. The only real difference involves what count as punishable offenses. In the early to mid-nineteenth century in Britain, reportable offenses included the production, distribution and consumption of pornography, as well as expressions of blasphemy, and the like. Today, “vices” and “blasphemies” include real or imagined “micro-aggressions,” or any conceivable display of “bias,” however absurdly construed. Both regimes, however, are equally religious in character, involving as they do moralistic, individualized, and personalized policing and control. While both are insidious, only contemporary academic panopticism, operating under the guise of protecting and encouraging “diversity,” is anathema to academic freedom and inquiry.

Meanwhile, and probably most importantly, none of this policing and self-policing will do anything to challenge or overturn systemic oppression in the least. In fact, while serving the ideological function of obscuring the underlying structural inequities, oppression and exploitation of capitalism, they also constitute their own form of oppression.
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Anyone reminded of Orwell’s “Animal Farm”?

I am, but even more am I reminded of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

It’s time to give them some context and then share them here. Unless you understand this agenda, you cannot easily make sense of the world in which we find ourselves.

It’s also not difficult to see why the brilliant, youthful and uncompromising Aaron Swartz was targeted and driven to suicide. He was far too intelligent, persuasive, political and capable to let live. He threatened the system, even though he was only just beginning to understand its totality. His understanding of it and his voracious attack upon it was inevitable. I have just finished reading “The Boy Who Could Change the World: The Writings of Aaron Swartz”, a collection of Aaron’s writings, much of it as a teenager. Such a loss.

I’m drawn to share this image that came my way, today:


It’s sadly accurate.

Unless we understand it, we cannot begin to change it.


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A Dog Is Re-Elected Mayor For A Third Term

It seems others share my view of politics:

As millions of Americans struggle to decide whether to elect a volatile narcissist or a calculated warmongering criminal as their next leader, one Minnesota town is doing politics right – they just re-elected a dog to his third term as mayor.

Duke, a nine-year-old Great Pyrenees, was first elected mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota in 2014. The first time he won, it was by accident. The small town of just over 1,000 people held an election in which residents could pay $1 to vote. Duke won the race with twelve write-in votes and was treated to an official inauguration.

The town’s voters were evidently happy with the 2014 fluke. Duke has been re-elected twice, most recently at the end of August.

His main role has been to promote a sense of community in the township. He was recently featured in a series of billboards promoting Cormorant.

I don’t know who would run against him, because he’s done such great things for the community,” Karen Nelson, a resident of Cormorant told local ABC affiliate WDAY, before the election.

“Everybody voted for Duke, except for one vote for his girlfriend, Lassie,” Duke’s owner David Rick said after Duke won.

Though Duke’s re-election is particularly comical in an election year rife with unpopular candidates and marred by animosity, derision, and deceit, the town’s decision to elect and keep a dog in office has profound implications.

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A man after our own hearts?

Who said the following in a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph? Whoever he is he seems like a man after our own hearts.
‘Western civilisation is on the brink of a collapse like that of ancient Rome because the modern generation does not want the responsibility of bringing up children.’  He singled out falling birth-rates alongside the addiction to debt, the breakup of the family unit and a growing gap between the super-rich and the rest among a handful of major crises facing Britain and other European countries which neither governments nor the market seem able to solve.
But ultimately, he said, European society as we know it “will die” because of the demographic crisis, adding that mass immigration is not a solution.  The DT tells us that his intervention makes him one of only a handful of public figures in recent memory to raise the alarm about declining fertility rates as a serious social problem.
He also warned that Britain is losing its national “memory” and cultural identity because people in the digital age simply have shorter attention spans and have little grasp of history. He warned that societies had taken the trend towards outsourcing to new extremes by delegating responsibility even for moral decisions to companies or governments.  He said that, for example, many increasingly “outsource” responsibility for picking up the pieces from failed relationships to the welfare state.
But among a list of problems he said neither the market nor the state could ultimately solve he singled out the collapse of birth-rates throughout Europe. “The contemporary historian of ancient Greece and ancient Rome saw their civilisations begin their decline and fall, both the Greeks and the Romans attributed it to falling birth rates because nobody wanted the responsibilities of bringing up children. They were too focussed on enjoying the present to make the sacrifices necessary to build the future …. all the historians of civilisation have told the same story.”
Couldn’t have put it better myself. And who is this paragon? None other than Britain’s former Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks.
So… we asked in the post before last, is there something fundamental afoot (as in ‘is it good for the Jews?’ has taken a new direction), is the Rabbi an outlier……or what?

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Any questions?


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Book Review: David J. Dionisi, Atomic Bomb Secrets

I have written previously about the background to the atomic bombing of Japan and the Racey Jordan’s documenting of the transfer of nuclear knowhow and material to Russia during WWII; however, this book review by James Perloff adds a new dimension to the understanding. I reproduce it in full:

Books are periodically sent to me, or recommended by readers—more, unfortunately, than I’ve been able to keep up with. I just finished one, however, that cried “book review”:

The U.S. government long claimed it dropped A-bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki because only this would convince Japan to end the Second World War, and that it “spared millions of lives” which allegedly would have been lost had America been forced to invade the islands.

I’ve known this was a lie ever since reading Dr. Anthony Kubek’s 1963 classic How the Far East Was Lost. Japan had, in fact, already offered to surrender on virtually the same terms we approved at war’s end.1 America demanded “unconditional surrender.” The Japanese were willing to accept this, but wanted to salvage one condition—to retain their emperor. Since we wound up granting that condition anyway, the dropping of A-bombs does not square with the public justification at all.

Establishment historians have tried offering an alternative explanation: President Harry Truman, aware of an impending cold war with Russia, wanted to demonstrate the A-bomb’s power in order to frighten Stalin.

However, this is equally bogus. In 1952, Major George Racey Jordan, a Lend-Lease expediter during the war, revealed that the Roosevelt-Truman administration had shipped the Soviet Union both the blueprints and materials for making the atomic bomb. This high-level treason, done on express orders from Harry Hopkins (White House front man for Zionist bankster Bernard Baruch), was detailed in Jordan’s book From Major Jordan’s Diaries.

It made no sense that these people, who were gifting Stalin the A-bomb on a silver platter, would also try to “frighten” him with it. Establishment media’s image of Truman as “Cold War warrior” is myth. As documented in Kubek’s book noted above, the Truman State Department went into overdrive helping put Mao Tse-tung and the communists into power in China, so much so that even Capitol Hill Democrats condemned the President for it, including young Congressman John F. Kennedy.2 Truman did not send over 30,000 American soldiers to their deaths in the Korean War in order to “fight Communism,” but to validate the UN as a “peacekeeper” and to set a permanent precedent for by-passing Congress’s Constitutional authority to declare war. A 33rd degree Freemason who was the 33rd U.S. President, Truman also served Zionism with servility, recognizing Israel within minutes of its declaration of statehood, after AIPAC founder Abraham Feinberg gave him $2 million in a suitcase, discussed in another post on this site.

So why did Truman’s controllers order Japan’s nuclear bombing? As I have grown increasingly aware of the ruthless Talmudic psychopathology of the Powers that Be, I cynically confided to friends, “I think they enjoyed it.” But after discovering David Dionisi’s Atomic Bomb Secrets, we can be much more specific. This well-written, 217-page gem, documented with 496 end-notes, blows the lid off the sordid episode.

A ground-breaking detail I learned from Dionisi is the A-bomb’s role in Korea’s division into North and South. I’ve discussed the artificial justification for this division elsewhere, but Dionisi elaborates that Japanese scientists were developing their own atomic bomb. After initial research in Japan, the project was transferred to the Konan region of northern Korea (then a Japanese protectorate). This area was selected for multiple reasons: availability of uranium, the power the Chosin dams could generate, and (perhaps most importantly) keeping away from American bombers.

Giving the Soviet Union postwar control of North Korea (allegedly its reward for a mere five-days’ participation in the Pacific War) now makes far more sense. Not only was the cabal handing Stalin the plans and materials for the atomic bomb, they were giving him Japan’s installations for making one.

But Dionisi solves much more, especially the mystery of why Nagasaki was targeted.

After Christianity first reached Japan in the 16th century, it faced growing pains, including times of severe persecution, but gradually became established, centered in Nagasaki, which became nicknamed the “Japanese Vatican.” According to Dionisi’s research, in 1945 some 50,000 Nagasaki residents were Christians.

After the Enola Gay dropped the “Little Boy” bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, the plane named Bock’s Car (also written bockscar) carried the “Fat Man” bomb to Japan on August 9. Most of the 12-man crew believed their objective was Kokura, and a secondary target was only to be selected if weather interfered. Dionisi does much to debunk the “poor visibility” claim long used to justify the plane’s rerouting to Nagasaki.

The “Fat Man” bomb from Bock’s Car detonated directly over Urakami Cathedral, the largest cathedral in the entire Orient. At Nagasaki (250,000 residents), 73,844 were killed, 74,909 injured, and more than 120,000 suffered radiation effects.

Urakami Cathedral

Worshippers at Urakami Cathedral

Atomic cloud over Nagasaki

Remains of the cathedral

1946 photo of Nagasaki child injured more than a mile from Ground Zero

Truman and other U.S. officials later claimed the target in Nagasaki was a military one: the Mitsubishi shipyard. But Bock’s Car flew three miles past the shipyard before dropping its payload. The cathedral was obliterated; the shipyard left virtually unscathed. Its famous hammerhead crane (below), built in 1909, still stands today.

We shouldn’t overlook that Nagasaki expelled the Freemasons in 1926; by the 1930s Japan banned them entirely. Did this add “payback” to the Nagasaki bomb?

Harry Truman in Freemasonic garb

Dionisi insightfully notes: when Satanists conduct a human sacrifice, they believe they draw power from the victim’s death. At Nagasaki, over 70,000 lives, many of them Christians, were incinerated on a satanic altar.

(The Nagasaki bombing’s ritualism cogently reminds us that events like 9/11 are not necessarily purely geopolitical false flags, but often have spiritual dimensions as well. Is Nagasaki perhaps a clue as to why geo-engineered disasters keep striking America’s Bible Belt, but not the “Establishment” Northeast? Dionisi has written a book on 9/11, The Occult Religion of the 9/11 Attackers, which I haven’t read but have ordered.)

When people contemplate Japan’s nuclear bombing, most think: “Hiroshima.” Dionisi considers this a psychological ploy by the PTB (whom he calls “the Brotherhood of Death”). The first bombing would stand out in the public’s mind, while the principal target (Christian Nagasaki) would get largely overlooked.

In another macabre deception, a Catholic priest and Protestant minister were persuaded to bless Bock’s Car before it departed on its mission. Later, both men greatly regretted it.

Another compelling fact I learned from Dionisi: the horrifically bloody battle of Okinawa (over 150,000 casualties) was completely unnecessary to win the war; it was fought to convince Americans that A-bombs were needed.

But no one should think that, because they’ve read this review, they don’t need Dionisi’s book. It’s packed with other information I’d never heard before: about, e.g., Stalin, and Freemasonry. From his book you’ll learn why Pyongyang became capital of communist North Korea, why spying allegations were leveled against Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer (the Manhattan Project’s scientific leader), and about the American POWs who died at Nagasaki. And be sure to read his end-notes. Unlike most end-notes, which are dull recitations of publisher names and dates, Dionisi’s are loaded with collateral information; they constitute a “book within a book.”

Atomic Bomb Secrets rates a spot on any truth-seeker’s bookshelf. Thank you, David J. Dionisi.

Update, September 10, 2016. Since posting this review yesterday, I have exchanged emails with Mr. Dionisi for the first time. I learned some details worth adding. When Japan surrendered, the emperor was compelled to tell the people he was not divine. The Nagasaki bombing ensured Christianity would not fill the spiritual void this announcement created. Also, when I wrote this review, and linked to Atomic Bomb Secrets on Amazon, I was surprised to find only two customer reviews there, because I recalled that several more had been there when I first purchased the book. Mr. Dionisi tells me there has been a long ongoing problem with his Amazon reviews being removed. I consider this a tribute to the book’s merit.


  1. Anthony Kubek, How the Far East Was Lost: American Policy and the Creation of Communist China, 1941-1949 (Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., 1963), 91-92.
    2. Kennedy remarked, “Mr. Speaker, over this weekend we have learned the extent of the disaster that has befallen China and the United States. The responsibility for the failure of our foreign policy in the Far East rests squarely with the White House and the Department of State. The continued insistence that aid would not be forthcoming, unless a coalition of government with the Communists were formed, was a crippling blow to the National Government. . . . This is the tragic story of China, whose freedom we once fought to preserve. What our young men had saved, our diplomats and our President have frittered away.” Comments made on January 25 and 30, 1949, as quoted in James MacGregor Burns, John Kennedy: A Political Profile (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1961), 80.

Temple Service Could Be One Week Away as Sanhedrin Appoints High Priest

“For the priest’s lips should keep knowledge and they should seek the law at his mouth; for he is the messenger of Hashem of hosts.” Malachi 2:7 (The Israel Bible™)

Rabbi Baruch Kahane, shown here offering the Omer (barley) sacrifice to God in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem, has been appointed as High Priest by the nascent Sanhedrin. (Photo: Abba Richman)

A significant step was recently taken towards reinstating the Temple service when the nascent Sanhedrin selected Rabbi Baruch Kahane as the next Kohen Gadol (high priest). The selection was made as a precaution for Yom Kippur. If the political conditions should change, allowing the Jews access to the Temple Mount, they will be required by Torah law to bring the sacrifices. Rabbi Kahane is confident that if that should happen, Temple service could begin in less than one week.

Rabbi Baruch Kahane (Courtesy)

Rabbi Kahane is a prominent scholar, knowledgeable in the complicated laws pertaining to the subject of the Temple Service. He is part of the Halacha Berurah Institute, established by Rabbi Avraham Isaac HaCohen Kook, the first Chief Rabbi of Israel, which deals with the elucidation of Jewish law from its Talmudic sources (Oral Law) and commentaries. He has played a prominent role in all the reenactments of the Temple services performed to date.

This year has already seen much Temple-oriented activity: the Temple Institute has created a registry of kohanim; established a school for educating men of the priestly class in the details of the Temple service; and performed reenactments on all the holidays, including the especially significant Passover sacrifice.

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As I keep saying, the demise of the Dome of the Rock is close at hand and this is the next step in that inexorable process.


The Percentage Of Working Age Men That Do Not Have A Job Is Similar To The Great Depression

Why are so many men in their prime working years unemployed?  The Obama administration would have us believe that unemployment is low in this country, but that is not true at all.  In fact, one author quoted by NPR says that “it’s kind of worse than it was in the depression in 1940″.  Most Americans don’t realize this, but more men from ages 25 to 54 are “inactive” right now than was the case during the last recession.  We have millions upon millions of strong young men just sitting around doing nothing.  They aren’t employed and they aren’t considered to be looking for employment either, and so they don’t show up in the official unemployment numbers.  But they don’t have jobs, and nothing the Obama administration does can eliminate that fact.

According to NPR, “nearly 100 percent of men between the ages of 25 and 54 worked” in the 1960s.

In those days, just about any dependable, hard working American man could get hired almost immediately.  The economy was growing and the demand for labor was seemingly insatiable.

But today, one out of every six men in their prime working years does not have a job

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The US official unemployment rate is one of those false figures used to hide the true state of the US economy.

The above data and the rest of the article illustrate it graphically.


“It’s Probably Not Nothing”

I present the following article in toto:

In today’s edition of “it has to be seen to be believed” we show just two charts, the first from the latest presentation by Goldman’s Peter Oppenheimer (summarized here), which shows something stunning. In Goldman’s own words: “the sharp rise in the equity markets from both their 2009 and 2012 lows has almost entirely been driven by valuation expansion. Profits have been weak, particularly in Europe. Exhibit 2 shows that the 10-year rolling nominal earnings growth rate has collapsed to -1.8% in Europe and has fallen to record lows for the global equity market.

The second chart is from Capital Economics and is self-explanatory: it shows the % of all loans that are mortgage loans.

To summarize: a world where earnings growth has never been lower, and where another debt-driven housing crisis in China is looming.

Normally, we would say “it’s probably nothing” – after all central banks “got this”, only in this case it isn’t.

Keiser Report: Will the dollar live to die another day? – another view on the new m-SDR

Thanks, Steve.

This Episode of the Keiser Report provides an excellent overview of how the m-SDR could be used to roll out a new global currency, as I discussed here.

All of this positioning ignores that Mao Zedong was a puppet of the global Jewish elite, as this photograph illustrates.

And, if you have the stomach for it, this article.

Few really get a grip on the true history of our world and what it means for today. It takes a lot of unlearning.


How Yemen’s Past is Being Erased, One Air Strike at a Time – As Part of a Global Plan?

Saudi bombers have not merely targeted civilians during the 18-month war in Yemen. They have struck time and again at the country’s thrilling architectural heritage, inflicting untold destruction.

Not even the old city of Sanaa, continuously inhabited for more than 2,500 years and a UNESCO world heritage site, has been spared. Its old quarter, which is every bit as as priceless and unique as those in European cities such as Venice and Florence, has also been targeted by planes from the Saudi-led coalition.

We spoke to Yemen’s director of antiquities, Mohannad Ahmad al-Syani, who graduated in archaeology from the University of Sanaa 30 years ago. He told us that “75 archaeological sites have been hit by the Saudi-led coalition or bombing by al-Qaeda”.

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This deliberate destruction is not isolated to Yemen. It is, in my opinion, global in its scope and particularly active in the countries of Middle East and surrounds, which has such a rich base of “Western” history. It is clearly one of the agenda items of Daesh. Just look at what’s happened to Aleppo.

It seems very apparent to me that there is a high level agenda to destroy true human history and culture, as we are seeing in Yemen, as well as the undeniable evidence that Earth and humanity have seen advanced cultures in the past, as Graham Hancock, for one, has worked diligently to document in his writings. All of this evidence flies in the face of the lie we are told that humanity was in caves until about 10,000 years ago.

Was this why those responsible for Gobekli Tepe in Turkey buried it at least 11,5000 years ago, a site that took supposedly non-existent skills to create, a site with clear astronomical and astrological significance that pointed to the time we are now in, and did they do so because they knew attempts would be made to destroy this knowledge?

I also see it in my own country of Australia as the heritage and Aboriginal people themselves are destroyed. But this is just one example of the destruction of indigenous peoples across the globe.

All part of the satanic agenda, in my opinion.

This meme gets it fairly well.


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