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Whistleblower Scott Bennett: Swiss Banks and CIA Funding ISIS – Vaccine Dangers – Flight Logs Put Clinton, Dershowitz on Pedophile’s Sex Jet – Unraveling Anti-Gun Spin – P.C. Roberts: Justice Dept. Persecutes the Just

January 28, 2015


Special Report: Vaccine Death Toll Rises

Flight Logs Put Clinton, Dershowitz on Pedophile Billionaire’s Sex Jet

Police Want Cop-Tracking App Banned, While They Use Technology To Monitor You

 Drone Killing Protester Starts Prison Sentance

UN Troops in Mali Slaughter Civilian Protesters

Charge: Police “Steal” $100,000-worth of Legal Guns and Ammo From Citizen

Handcuffs, Leg Shackles and Tasers: The New Face of Punishment in the Public Schools

Edward Snowden: Apple iPhone with Secret iFeature Allows Government to Spy on You

Samsung Responds to Privacy Concerns Over TVs Recording “Personal” Conversations

Texas Cops Jail Woman For ‘Walking Without A License’



I’m not too sure about Project Camelot, but this interview is of great importance.  JKR





Law Has Been Murdered

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Paul Craig Roberts
January 24, 2015

Barrett Brown, Kathy Kelly, and Bonny Mahoney are the kind of people who are imprisoned in America. It is not the perjurers and liars, the torturers, war criminals and mass murderers. It is the good people who peacefully protest the crimes of those who control the US government and its policies.

Since around 1990 I have studied and reported on cases that have resulted in the erosion of the protective features in law that made law a shield of the people instead of a weapon in the hands of the government. Barrett Brown’s statement to the Judge in his show trial shows that the US Department of Justice has been successful in preventing the system from delivering any justice. The US Court system delivers support for the government’s crimes. That’s it.

Brown’s statement shows how the system works. The government brings false charges against you or they bring charges that are not illegal under law as understood. However, prosecutors invent new interpretations of laws and judges and juries accept legislation-by-prosecutor-to-fit-the-made-up-case. Almost never is a jury involved, not that jurors show any inclination to go against the government’s case. However, prosecutors only face that unlikely risk in 3 or 4 percent of the cases. All other cases are settled on the basis of self-incrimination. The prosecutor tells the defendant and his attorney, “you can admit to this and that and have a sentence of 5 or 10 years. Otherwise, we are indicting you with 105 offenses with imprisonment of at least one lifetime.

Read Brown’s statement to the judge. This young man describes perfectly how the so-called “criminal justice system” actually works. I have seen it time after time in cases I have investigated. Read The Tyranny of Good Intentions.

Kathy Kelly and Bonny Mahoney were sentenced to prison for stepping across the perimeters of Air Force bases in peaceful protests against murder-by-drone. There was no real reason for charges to be brought against them or for a judge to sentence them to prison except to continue to make it crystal clear that the US government tolerates no dissent.

A democracy protected by free speech would permit these demonstrations, but the US is not a democracy and does not have free speech. That is the fact that Barrett Brown, Kathy Kelly and Bonny Mahoney are proving.

In my opinion, protesting drone murders at Air Force bases that operate the killer drones is unlikely to be effective in stopping the murders. Suppose the protests resulted in a base commander having second thoughts. What can he possibly do about it? If he disobeys orders, he would face a court martial. If he expresses doubts or makes protests to higher ups, he would be removed and a worse murderer would be put in his place.

To be effective in halting the drone murders, the protests would have to be very large and persistent, and the protests would have to focus on Congress and the White House. They would need public support, but would get none from the presstitute media or from “law and order” conservatives, patriot organizations, neoconservatives, or liberals who have bought into the “war on terror.”

What Brown, Kelly, and Mahoney are in fact proving is that the US is lawless in the sense that law serves only the government and its agenda. In America law no longer has any other meaning. There is no rule of law. We are ruled by the government’s agenda.

Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many university appointments. His internet columns have attracted a worldwide following. His latest book, The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West is now available.

Cultural Marxism: the Long March to NWO Communism – NATO Member Turkey Caught Shipping Weapons to Terrorists – NSA Cyber Weapons – Milton Friedman on Poverty – American Sniper Movie a Giant Hoax – Jailed for Collecting Rainwater

January 20, 2015

 Report: Turkey’s Prime Minister Caught Arming al-Qaeda, ISIS

NASA’s Own Data Refutes 2014 “Warmest on Record” Claim

NSA develops cyber weapons, ‘attacker mindset’ for domination in digital war – Snowden leaks

AG Holder’s New Asset Forfeiture Policy Subtly Subverts 2nd and 10th Amendments

Did French Police Have Prior Knowledge of Paris Shooting?

Anti-Establishment Movie Director Found Dead






According to information published on and then banned from the Internet in Turkey, on Jan. 19, 2014, the prosecutor of an Adana court instructed the Adana Provincial Gendarmerie Command to stop and search three trucks.  (photo by Anonymous)

Turkish military says MIT shipped weapons to al-Qaeda

Secret official documents about the searching of three trucks belonging to Turkey’s national intelligence service (MIT) have been leaked online, once again corroborating suspicions that Ankara has not been playing a clean game in Syria. According to the authenticated documents, the trucks were found to be transporting missiles, mortars and anti-aircraft ammunition. The Gendarmerie General Command, which authored the reports, alleged, “The trucks were carrying weapons and supplies to the al-Qaeda terror organization.” But Turkish readers could not see the documents in the news bulletins and newspapers that shared them, because the government immediately obtained a court injunction banning all reporting about the affair.

Summary⎙ Print New documents have been leaked online, prompting the government to immediatey ban reporting on the scandal and order the content deleted.
Author Fehim Taştekin Posted January 15, 2015

When President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was prime minister, he had said, “You cannot stop the MIT truck. You cannot search it. You don’t have the authority. These trucks were taking humanitarian assistance to Turkmens.”

Since then, Erdogan and his hand-picked new Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu have repeated at every opportunity that the trucks were carrying assistance to Turkmens. Public prosecutor Aziz Takci, who had ordered the trucks to be searched, was removed from his post and 13 soldiers involved in the search were taken to court on charges of espionage. Their indictments call for prison terms of up to 20 years.

In scores of documents leaked by a group of hackers, the Gendarmerie Command notes that rocket warheads were found in the trucks’ cargo.

According to the documents that circulated on the Internet before the ban came into effect, this was the summary of the incident:

  • On Jan. 19, 2014, after receiving a tip that three trucks were carrying weapons and explosives to al-Qaeda in Syria, the Adana Provincial Gendarmerie Command obtained search warrants.
  • The Adana prosecutor called for the search and seizure of all evidence.
  • Security forces stopped the trucks at the Ceyhan toll gates, where MIT personnel tried to prevent the search.
  • While the trucks were being escorted to Seyhan Gendarmerie Command for an extensive search, MIT personnel accompanying the trucks in an Audi vehicle blocked the road to stop the trucks. When MIT personnel seized the keys from the trucks’ ignitions, an altercation ensued. MIT personnel instructed the truck drivers to pretend their trucks had malfunctioned and committed physical violence against gendarmerie personnel.
  • The search was carried out and videotaped despite the efforts of the governor and MIT personnel to prevent it.
  • Six metallic containers were found in the three trucks. In the first container, 25-30 missiles or rockets and 10-15 crates loaded with ammunition were found. In the second container, 20-25 missiles or rockets, 20-25 crates of mortar ammunition and Douchka anti-aircraft ammunition in five or six sacks were discovered. The boxes had markings in the Cyrillic alphabet.
  • It was noted that the MIT personnel swore at the prosecutor and denigrated the gendarmerie soldiers doing the search, saying, “Look at those idiots. They are looking for ammunition with picks and shovels. Let someone who knows do it. Trucks are full of bombs that might explode.”
  • The governor of Adana, Huseyin Avni Cos, arrived at the scene and declared, “The trucks are moving with the prime minister’s orders” and vowed not to let them be interfered with no matter what.
  • With a letter of guarantee sent by the regional director of MIT, co-signed by the governor, the trucks were handed back to MIT.
  • Driver Murat Kislakci said in his deposition, “This cargo was loaded into our trucks from a foreign airplane at Ankara Esenboga Airport. We are taking them to Reyhanli [on the Syrian border]. Two men [MIT personnel] in the Audi are accompanying us. At Reyhanli, we hand over the trucks to two people in the Audi. They check us into a hotel. The trucks move to cross the border. We carried similar loads several times before. We were working for the state. In Ankara, we were leaving our trucks at an MIT location. They used to tell us to come back at 7 a.m. I know the cargo belongs to MIT. We were at ease; this was an affair of state. This was the first time we collected cargo from the airport and for the first time we were allowed to stand by our trucks during the loading.”
  • After accusations of espionage by the government and pro-government media, the chief of general staff ordered the military prosecutor to investigate,. On July 21, the military prosecutor declared the operation was not espionage. The same prosecutor said this incident was a military affair and should be investigated not by the public prosecutor, but the military. The civilian court did not retract its decision.

The government cover-up

Though the scandal is tearing the country apart, the government opted for its favorite tactic of covering it up. A court in Adana banned written, visual and Internet media outlets from any reporting and commenting on the stopping of the trucks and the search. All online content about the incident has been deleted.

The court case against the 13 gendarmerie elements accused of espionage has also been controversial. The public prosecutor, who in his indictment said the accused were involved in a plot to have Turkey tried at the International Criminal Court, veered off course. Without citing any evidence, the indictment charged that there was collusion between the Syrian government, al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS). The prosecutor deviated from the case at hand and charged that the killing by IS of three people at Nigde last year was actually carried out by the Syrian state.

At the moment, a total blackout prevails over revelations, which are bound to have serious international repercussions.

Fehim Taştekin
Contributor, Turkey Pulse

Fehim Taştekin is a columnist and chief editor of foreign news at the Turkish newspaper Radikal, based in Istanbul. He is the host of a fortnightly program called “Dogu Divanı” on IMC TV. He is an analyst specializing in Turkish foreign policy and Caucasus, Middle East and EU affairs. He was founding editor of Agency Caucasus.


What Did George Washington Think About Torture? – Dr. Sutton on the US Buildup of the Soviet Union – Charlie Hebdo False Flag? – Bruce Olsen’s Amazing Story with the Montilone Indians – Swim with the Manatees

January 14, 2015

House Votes to Defund DACA and Other Obama Actions

Sprayed on our Food, Round Up Deemed ‘Toxic Household Waste’

Charlie Hebdo False Flag?

Obama Has Killed More People with Drones than Died On 9/11

Texas Officer Who Used Stun Gun on 76-Year-Old Man Fired

Education Expert Says College Freshmen Read at Seventh-grade Level

How a Police SWAT Team Becomes a Charitable Corporation

The U.S. has more jails than colleges. Here’s a map of where those prisoners live

Albuquerque Cops Who Gunned Down Homeless Camper Face Murder Charges

NOT SATIRE: FOX Calls for “Over-Militarized” Police

US musicians drafted into the CIA’s MKULTRA



Professor Antony Sutton on US Buildup of the Soviet Union



“Should any American soldier be so base and infamous as to injure any [prisoner]. . . I do most earnestly enjoin you to bring him to such severe and exemplary punishment as the enormity of the crime may require. Should it extend to death itself, it will not be disproportional to its guilt at such a time and in such a cause… for by such conduct they bring shame, disgrace and ruin to themselves and their country.” – George Washington, charge to the Northern Expeditionary Force, Sept. 14, 1775

In my most recent interview of The Other Scott Horton (no relation), the heroic anti-torture human rights attorney, Columbia lecturer and author of the indispensable blog “No Comment” at Harper’s magazine, we discussed the prisoner of war policies of General George Washington, Commander of the Continental Army, and an incident after the Battle of Trenton, New Jersey on December 26, 1776.

It seems that after the battle, the Continentals were preparing to run some of the British Empire’s German mercenaries through what they called the “gauntlet.” General Washington discovered this and intervened. As Horton explained in the Huffington Post, Washington then issued an order to his troops regarding prisoners of war:

“‘Treat them with humanity, and let them have no reason to complain of our copying the brutal example of the British Army in their treatment of our unfortunate brethren who have fallen into their hands,’ he wrote. In all respects the prisoners were to be treated no worse than American soldiers; and in some respects, better. Through this approach, Washington sought to shame his British adversaries, and to demonstrate the moral superiority of the American cause.”

In the worst of times – when foreign troops literally occupied American soil, torturing and murdering American patriots – and few believed that the cause of the revolution could ultimately win against the might of the British Empire, the first Commander in Chief of the U.S.A. set the precedent that this society is to lead even our enemies by “benignant sympathy of [our] example.” To win the war against the occupying army of Redcoats, the American revolutionaries needed right on their side.

And it worked. Many of the German Hessians in fact joined the revolutionaries in their fight against the English and stayed here in America to be free when the war was won.

Must we abandon this legacy? Is it already too late to reclaim it?

Merry Christmas.


Torture Should Not be a Part of a Free Society

Anna Yeisley

Constitutional Ambassadors

No cruel or unusual punishment is a bulwark of free people and free societies. If we don’t object to torture, we are signing our own death warrant in terms of soul, dignity and truth.
“Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”
Although the Eighth Amendment is clear about torture, we are endangering our future by accepting the evil philosophy that torture is necessary.
Torture goes against the the tenets of a free society. The inalienable right not to be tortured, intimidated or oppressed applies to every human being.
Those who currently dominate our foreign policy, military and government appear to be ignorant of the fundamental principles of free government. Do you think those who believe that torture is necessary will protect your and your family’s God-endowed rights?
The reason our Bill of Rights states that “no cruel or unusual punishment should be inflicted” and “no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without a trial by jury” is to protect us from people with sadistic, dark hearts holding to evil ideologies who may one day attempt to dominate the unseen undercurrents of American government.
If you don’t think that “bad” people with evil ideologies can dominate governments and attempt to control nations, you really don’t know your history.
We, in America, believe everyone should have a trial. Torturing and kidnapping people instead of having trials and investigation by impartial parties regresses us back to the Dark Ages and terribly dangerous times for everyone.
If you don’t defend and protect the rights of every human being, history shows your rights won’t be protected for long, either.


The Growing Police Abuse Problem

January 12, 2015
By John K Rooney
Following the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, the communists established a state secret police force called the Cheka. This brutal gang of thugs became the enforcers of the regime and brought misery to the multitudes through mass executions, food confiscation, imprisonment and torture in various, creative forms.  5 million peasants starved to death as a result of Cheka police who were zealous in “following orders.”  The Marxist-Leninist leaders actively recruited hard core felons and hired them to run their law enforcement operations.  History shows, as a state becomes more fully collectivized, the police become the dominant criminals in society, backed by kangaroo courts, whereas the innocent are oppressed and condemned.  One might consider watching a video on You Tube called the Bloody History of Communism, documenting the methods of the far left.  All totalitarian systems employ devilish police policies including the use of false accusations and torture to trample human rights, as the US (CIA) has done overseas through our extraordinary rendition programs.
What we are witnessing in America is the gradual flipping of our police from a force for good, to a force for evil.  We are not in Mayberry any longer.  As collectivism (socialism-fascism-fabianism) establishes itself, greater manifestations of un-American activities unfold.  There are, however, many good officers still among the police ranks, but I fear their numbers are shrinking as each day seems to bring more examples of brutality, abuse and outright murder by cops.  One huge problem is that cops rarely “go against” other cops, even in clear cases of wrongdoing and this is only worsening the problem.  Adding to that, judges also tend to almost always support unlawful police actions whether it be false charges, brutality, false arrest or false testimony by cops.  It is no wonder there seems to be an us against them mentality regarding law enforcement.  I can tell you of numerous, ridiculous examples such as the arrest, beating and prosecution of Devin Thomas in Petersburg, who peacefully took video from a distance of a local arrest.  Devin’s video captures the aggression and violence, eventually directed toward him, leading to a concussion and hospital visit, yet it is Devin who is being charged for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.  It is remarkable that Colonial Heights has taken the case and I suspect some prosecutor of questionable conscience is planning to throw the book at the young, black man.
Emanuel Artis, was arrested at the Petersburg Police Station parking lot while attempting to file a complaint form related to police abuse of power.  They would not allow him to file the complaint.  He was prosecuted and convicted of trespassing. Since Artis could not pay his $3000+ fines, he lost his driver’s license and way to make an income.  Recently, the appeals court reversed the decision to not-guilty.  Violations of citizens’ Constitutional rights are commonplace throughout Virginia, but especially throughout the poor black, urban areas, where an officer’s oath of office is often ignored.  In spite of this, police abuse is becoming a serious issue among all Americans. These examples are just the tip of the iceberg, in which hundreds of incidents in the Tri-Cities never see the light of day.
It is now perceived by an increasing percentage of people that a police officer can murder a resident and get away with it.  Sadly, I believe in a majority of such cases, this is true.  Before you get all worked up, I’d like to say that I think the Michael Brown case was different because video evidence shows Brown to be in the act of a violent crime just prior to his killing in Ferguson.  Other evidence seemed to be in favor of the policeman, but perhaps he could have called for backup and used a taser instead.  There are countless other examples better suited for protest such as the choking death of Eric Garner in New York or the slaying of the child with a pellet gun.
In almost every such case, the officer is not indicted.  All the officer would have to do is convince the prosecutor or grand jury that he thought the victim had a weapon or that he was in danger.  What if the same policy was applied to regular citizens who gun down people? Clearly, there is a big problem with the justice system and why is that a radical assumption? The cops and courts are on the same team!  A recent Washington Post poll showed an overwhelming consensus of 87% who preferred independent, outside prosecutors to handle cases where cops kill unarmed citizens.  This is part of the solution.
At the heart of the problem is a moral issue.  Most Americans cannot tell right from wrong as they once did, nor do they care unless it affects them.  “Thou shall not kill,” to many, does not have real meaning anymore.  Some officers are more inclined to kill, rather than to stop and subdue suspects.  Steroid heads and power-tripping cops demand respect, and they occasionally assault the very people they are hired to protect, if they feel disrespected.  It happens every day and it is pathological. The oath of office is just a joke to unprofessional police, but be assured, God heard that oath.  He will judge righteously against thugs with badges and those abusing their power, including prosecutors and judges who falsely condemn the innocent and justify the wicked.
What are our solutions?  In addition to the use of independent prosecutors, the use of body cams for police might be considered, but there are privacy concerns. A 2012 study by the Institute of Criminology found that there was a 50% reduction in the use of force by police who used body cams.  This implies that twice as much force is being used as is necessary or legal.  Obviously, federal funding for cams would be unconstitutional and discouraged.
Where there is evidence, more officers who may have committed felonies should be indicted, for indictment only means it goes to trial. I’d like to add that in civil cases, the measly judgements dished out to the abused needs to be MUCH higher. Communities don’t care if a $20,000 settlement is rendered, nor do attorneys.  Bloodsucking lawyers may not care about your rights or freedom, they care about money, and they want to be paid for going “against the system.”  Judgements well into the 6-7 digits get their attention for contingency cases.  Council members care if $2 million goes to a victim of abuse, rather than into another self-gratifying edifice.  Overlook the unpolished personality or youth of the victim, the monetary punishment must deal pain to those who abuse power and permit it, or the abuses will continue.
We must reverse the tyranny of socialism in all its forms including the militarization of law enforcement.  Raw power streams down from a collectivist system like no other and police are directly affected by it.  Training on the Constitution is needed for LEOs and sheriffs.  They take that mandatory oath partly because it is in their power to nullify unconstitutional laws and orders that are destructive to our precious liberties.  Corrupt police chiefs should be fired and rouge cops prosecuted.  Whistleblowers should be protected from retribution because they are instruments of justice.  Unfortunately, most good LEOs are persecuted when they stand with the public against the crimes of their brothers.  Not a few have been purposely left in life-threatening situations without backup.
It is also my concern that as police abuse increases, victimized people seeking justice, will take matters in their own hands.  A breakdown in law and order may invite federal intervention, and we certainly do not want that.  Leaders need to start caring about this issue because it is not going away. Pray that we return back to good morals and integrity. Corrupt judges and prosecutors should be ousted.  Call the city manager and get involved with VACOPBLOCK on the Internet.  A further warning; I suspect the globalists want to drive a wedge between the police and the public in order to bring about a federal take over of law enforcement, thus eliminating another check and balance against tyranny.

Sandy Hook Victim Dies Again in Pakistan – Sex Slave Ring Among British Elites – Mark Levin: the Neocon Propagandist – Plot to Make America Gay – Boehner Retaliates – Bill Clinton Connected to Sex Offender Epstein

January 7, 2015

Thatcher confidant raped boy and police covered crime up

Newly Renamed High Fructose Corn Syrup Contains Toxic Mercury

Lawsuit Claims Prince Andrew Had Sex with Underage Sex Slave

Shut Up Officer

Boehner Retaliates, Strips Opponents of Committee Responsibilities

Switching to Sound Money Before it’s too Late

House Members Introduce Bills to Undo Obama Amnesty Program

Syria: Isis chief executioner found beheaded with cigarette in his mouth

‘Medical Kidnapping’: Couple Accuses State of Stealing Kids

Harvard Profs Taste Their Own Obamacare Medicine; Don’t Like It

World Overpopulation? Hold On, Buddy!





Bill Clinton Connected to Sex Offender Jeff Epstein

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Former president’s sexual misconduct well documented

Kurt Nimmo
January 6, 2015

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In addition to Queen Elizabeth’s second son, Prince Andrew, and professor emeritus at Harvard Law School, Alan M. Dershowitz, a former president has been connected to high roller sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

On Monday The Smoking Gun reported former President Bill Clinton traveled with Epstein between 2002 and 2005 while the police were investigating Epstein.

In 2008 the former options trader at Bear Stearns was sentenced to 18 months in prison for soliciting prostitution. It was discovered a number of the girls recruited by the financier were high school students. An anonymous woman filed a $50 million lawsuit against Epstein in 2008 alleging that she and others were used as “sex slaves.”

A civil suit filed by Epstein’s victims initially considered subpoenaing Clinton because he “might well be a source of relevant information” about Epstein’s activities.

The lawsuit “claims that Clinton was friends with an unnamed woman who ‘kept images of naked underage children on her computer, helped to recruit underage children for Epstein… and photographed underage females in sexually explicit poses,’” the Daily Mail reported in March.

A d v e r t i s e m e n t

“While Clinton was never deposed, lawyers obtained Epstein’s computerized phone directory, which included ‘e-mail addresses for Clinton along with 21 phone numbers for him, including those for his assistant (Doug Band),’ according to a court filing,” The Smoking Gun reports.

Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct is well known. In addition to facing presidential impeachment for engaging in sex with a White House intern, Monica Lewinsky, Clinton admitted having an extramarital relationship with Gennifer Flowers.

A roster of other women have accused Clinton of sexual impropriety, including Kathleen Willey, Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick, Elizabeth Ward Gracen (who later recanted), Dolly Kyle Browning and others.

Despite the admissions and accusations, Clinton is heralded as an elder statesman and lionized by the liberal corporate media.

“I think, really, the media seems to have given President Clinton a pass on this,” Kentucky Senator Rand Paul told NBC’s Meet the Press last February. “He took advantage of a girl that was 20 years old and an intern in his office. There is no excuse for that and that is predatory behavior and … we shouldn’t want to associate with people who would take advantage of a young girl in his office.”


Mystery: Sandy Hook Victim Dies (again) in Pakistan

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Photo of child killed at Sandy Hook shows up following school shooting in Pakistan

Adan Salazar
January 2, 2014

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A large-scale attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, last month left 132 school children and 10 teachers dead.

Among the alleged victims emerged the familiar face of Noah Pozner, one of the children supposedly killed in the December 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.

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Without explanation, Pozner’s image has appeared in multiple photos and reports of the high-profile Army Public School shooting, reportedly carried out by 9 members of an elite Taliban terror group on December 16.

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Despite his death over two years ago, Pozner also managed to be memorialized on a wall dedicated to the APSACS massacre victims, according to a photo taken by Agence-France Press.

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Pozner’s smiling face is also prominently displayed in a photo meme appearing on the website, who lists among its supporters the globalist NGO USAID and several United Nations sub-branches, and his photo is also tagged with the name “Huzaifa Huxaifa” on the “Army Public School & College – Boys Peshawar” Facebook page.

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A large poster-sized image of Pozner also appears on a memorial wall in Peshawar, and can be spotted in at least two BBC world news reports.

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The BBC and its American counterpart “CNN also played a central role in publicizing the Sandy Hook massacre,” notes Florida Atlantic University Professor James Tracy. “The emergence and apparent use of the well-known photo to memorialize the December 16 Taliban school attack victims calls into question the authenticity of both events.”

A journalist with Pakistan’s Express Tribune spotted the image of Pozner early on:

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As yet, no official explanation has emerged as to why Pozner’s photo has been inserted among the APSCS victims, but the BBC speculates that internet “recycling” of images is to blame, as another photo featuring a bloody shoe was also misattributed to the same event.

Can the photo’s misuse simply be brushed off as another bumbling Google image search mistake? Is it be willful subterfuge aimed at poking fun at those who question the validity of the Sandy Hook event?

Professor Tracy also notes the massacre enabled Pakistani authorities to pass some rather draconian legislation:

Pakistan’s political and military leaders have seized upon the mid-December incident to force through drastic measures targeting political prisoners and anti-government militants. One day after the massacre event the Pakistani government led by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif cited the event as it lifted a six-year moratorium on capital punishment in a vow “to eliminate terrorists in Pakistan irrespective of whether they targeted it or neighboring Afghanistan or India,” McClatchey News reports. “Officials said those 23 terrorists would be executed within days, and they’re likely to be followed by dozens more hangings at prisons around the country.” Pakistan presently has over 3,000 prisoners on death row. [4]

On December 26 Pakistan’s politicians lifted formal constraints on the army to pursue a two year military campaign against “Islamist terrorists.” “We owe it to our coming generations to eliminate this scourge of terror, for once and for all,” army chief of staff General Raheel Shariftold advised political leaders gathered at the prime minster’s residence. Almost immediately following the December 16 massacre, Shariftold advised “unchallengeable powers for the military to pursue, detain and pass verdict on Islamist militants and their abettors.”[5]



Police Wearing Body Cameras Use Less Force – Moral Decline of Germany Preceded the Nazi Regime – Most Americans Want Independent Prosecutors to Handle Killer Cops – Return of the Neocons – G. Edward Griffin: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

December 30, 2014

Obama Imposed 75,000 Pages of New Regulations in 2014

Study: Police wearing body cameras use less force

NYPD Cops Assault YouTuber For Dancing in the Street

Make Way For The King! People Kicked Off Beaches, Weddings Moved For Obama Holiday

Was FBI wrong on North Korea?

U.S. Airdrops Weapons to ISIS as Iraqi Army Makes Gains

Rand Paul Plans Bill To End Police Militarization





Most Americans Want Independent Prosecutors to Handle Killer Cop Cases

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Overwhelming numbers also support police wearing cameras

Kurt Nimmo
December 30, 2014

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Despite the social and political division over the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases, recent polls show most Americans want to hold police accountable when they kill unarmed citizens.

When it comes to the behavior of cops, according to a Washington Post poll, Americans hold “an almost-unheard-of amount of consensus.”

They want independent prosecutors who are not politically linked to city government and police departments.

“What’s a little more surprising, though, is the consensus on another issue related to the Ferguson and Eric Garner cases: independent prosecutors,” reports the Post. “The poll shows about the same percentage — 87 percent — support having these outsiders handle cases in which unarmed Americans are killed by police.”

Additionally, 86 percent of those polled “support requiring patrol officers in their areas to wear small video cameras while on duty — a finding in line with other polling on this subject.”

The issue of police accountability in the wake of Ferguson and Staten Island is so politically divisive the federal government has stepped in.

Earlier this month, the Obama administration convened a task force on community policing. The administration is proposing “a three-year $263 million investment package that will increase use of body-worn cameras” and adding “more resources for police department reform.”

Public and political consensus, however, may not result in substantial change, as the Post notes.

“As we often caution, though, it’s best not to hold one’s breath.”


Worrying Parallels Between the Weimar Republic and Modern Western Civilization

Feminine ‘Freedoms’ – Moral Corruption – Immoral Entertainment – Homosexual and Lesbian Openess – Weakened Police Authority

Any Of This Sound Familiar?

(Reading advice: To get the explosive message of this article please read until the end)

I t is Germany, 1928. Raucous laughter from the cabaret seeps outside as Lotte passes in the shadows of the cold Berlin night. The streets are sexually charged, lined with a heady concoction of prostitution, homosexuality, transvestism and drugs. Still spinning from the collective lust roaring unashamedly through the theatre that evening, Lotte heads now for the café bar at the Eden Hotel where she lives. Jostling with leggy glamour girls as she takes her drink, Lotte pushes a straying strand of short hair behind her ear, settles her slender trouser-suited body into the deep folds of an armchair and smiles provocatively as she lights a cigarette.

Berlin’s interwar reputation of hedonistic decadence and debauchery is familiar through scenes from Metropolis by Fritz Lang, images of Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel by Josef von Sternberg and stage productions of The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht. A ferment of artistic and sexual experimentation, the Weimar Republic (1918-1933) privileged an outpouring of cultural creativity in the Bauhaus movement of modern art and the development of the International Style in modern architecture. Against a background of inflation and depression, Berlin drew the talent and energies of the rest of Germany towards its glittering cabaret performances and burgeoning sex tourism industry. From within this hotbed of frenzied immorality, supposedly constitutional sexual equality worked to create the myth of the sexually liberated and financially independent ‘New Woman’ in Weimar German society.’

So Kasey West begins her brief essay , Life is (more than just) a Cabaret: the ‘New Woman’ in Weimar Germany Her introduction is a very vivid description of night-life in Germany’s Weimar Republic.

Von Hindenburg

Field Marshall Von Hindenburg became German President from 1925-1934. He encountered circumstances which required him to work with Hitler but he never seems to have trusted the Austrian World War I corporal.

The German Weimar Republic (1919-1933) is an especially interesting period in German history since it bridged the gap between Germany’s loss of the Great War (1914-1918) and Adolf Hitler’s coming to power in 1933.

The Treaty of Versailles (1919) had imposed painful financial penalties on Germany following their defeat in the Great War (especially painful, perhaps, because right up to the end, the German public had been told that they were winning the war!), and the next few years were years of unrest and political turmoil yet – paradoxically – also unparalled artistic freedom.

In 1923 Germany actually defaulted on its war repayments and the Ruhr was occupied but this very difficult period quickly led to the best period of the Weimar Republic due to some wise, canny and fleet-footed leadership by Gustav Stresseman who became Chancellor in 1923 and then a very adept foreign minister until 1929. Stresseman could see that runaway inflation was best solved by a very strict monetary policy including the refusal to print more money and the establishment of a new currency, the Rentenmark. Largely due to Stresseman’s influence, 1923-1929 was a period of relative stability for Germany when there were fewer uprisings and seemingly the beginnings of an economic recovery. Suddenly there was again hope and people looked to enjoy themselves: cafes, clubs and cabaret bars opened everywhere in a new spirit of liberty.

So this first attempt to establish a liberal democracy in Germany began during a time of civil conflict, and ultimately collapsed with the ascent of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in 1933.

It is interesting to consider some fascinating parallels between this fledgling liberal democracy and western democratic society at the beginning of this 21st century:

Women Become Assertive Leaders

Probably one of the least expected results of the new Weimar government was a sudden relaxing in previously widely-accepted gender roles and sexual moral conduct. German society had always represented women as ‘mothers of the nation’ but now German women suddenly found themselves in a strong political position and they dominated the Weimar electorate. This is because, out of a total population of 60 million Germans, two million young men between the ages of 18 and 34 had been killed in World War I and another two million had been so severely physically or mentally injured that they could play little role in government at any level. Many other older men of experience in government were now becoming too old and their influence had waned. This set of unusual circumstances presented the women of Germany with an unusual and unique opportunity to become major players right across German life!

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich during the Weimar years. To her left stands Richard Tauber (1891-1948) the famed Austrian tenor.

Although women had not been allowed to participate in any political organizations prior to 1914, they now readily grasped the new opportunities that the war and its aftermath brought to them. In the earliest years of the Weimar Republic women voted in large numbers and keenly supported the pro-Republican parties that had granted them the vote; later on women also became avid supporters of the Nazi Party. This high profile of many assertive women was an entirely new thing in German society. Women became leaders in the arts, show business and even in business and commerce. It is no surprise that the very long career of sexual icon Marlene Dietrich was launched during the Weimar years, her film The Blue Angel appeared in Germany in 1930. Numerous other women also forged out sparkling careers during these years, including the dramatic actress, Elizabeth Berger and the famed cabaret director, Trude Hesterberg. The fame, power, success and independence of women during these years has led to some calling the Weimar days, ‘the first experiment in women’s liberation.’

Sexually-Explicit “Entertainment”

The cabaret and night club scene of the Weimar Republic has become legendary! The entertainment was often dominated by scantily-clad women and on-stage nudity. Lines of frequently topless stage ‘chorus girls,’ in various revues and cabarets became more and more common as the Weimar years progressed. The popular songs also became heavily charged with sexual innuendo.

Weimar cartoon

This cartoon of the time seems to sum up the new atmosphere in Weimar in which a people deprived of former leaders turned to the model of the ‘assertive female.’

But this is not all: Homosexual and lesbian bars also started appearing in major German cities, especially in Berlin. Of course, this shocked many Germans but a certain momentum had been unleashed which would now be difficult to control. It is probably fair to say that while earlier German societies had glorified Motherhood, and the Mother’s duty to the Fatherland (which later returned under Hitler), the Weimar years glorified Women, Sexuality and Free Expression. Hedonism (the belief that the good of men and women is best served by the pursuit of pleasure), was actually seized upon by the liberal Weimar government as a way to unite the ever-present political squabbles of German life. There was a feeling that the Germans had suffered long enough and – in a land with an unreliable economy – all should enjoy themselves while they could! Then, in 1927 prostitution was de-criminalized.

…Fears about the loss of a stable sexual and moral order played a key role in Weimar democracy’s fall. The decriminalization of prostitution in 1927 entailed vital gains in prostitutes’ rights and marked a radical break with their precarious legal status under the old system of police-controlled prostitution. Despite certain limitations,the 1927 reforms represented a major political victory for liberal feminists, socialists, and sexual reformers. This explains why prostitution became such a central target of right-wing (and ultimately Nazi) attacks…” (Weimar’s Crisis Through the Lens of Gender: The Case of Prostitution. Julie Roos, Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize Presentation, Princeton University, November 15, 2002).

Roos continues,

The Law for Combating Venereal Diseases (anti-VD law), which introduced the prostitution reforms, also lifted the ban on the advertisement and display of certain contraceptives that could function as prophylactics. After 1927, many cities installed vending machines for the sale of condoms in public lavatories. For women, the improved access to certain contraceptives marked an important gain in reproductive rights…”

Is any of this starting to sound familiar?

Weakened Police Authority Leading to Lawlessness

Trude Hesterburg

Famed actress and cabaret director Trude Hesterburg epitomized much of the frequently female-led and often wild ‘entertainment’ of Weimar Germany.

The Weimar Republic, with it’s liberal agenda, soon led to weakened policing and to a haven for criminals.

In the Holocaust Encyclopedia’s article German Police: From Weimar Republic to Nazi Dicatatorship we read this,

The police faced funding cuts in hiring, training, promotions, and raises. Nor was there money for modernization, such as buying new forensic equipment or firearms…”

Of course, part of the problem here was the plain lack of cash due to the burden of war reparations. But another problem was that courts were not properly punishing offenders, because it was sometimes simpler and more inexpensive simply not to press charges. All of these factors affected police morale. The Holocaust Encyclopedia article continues,

Even as police manpower suffered from budgetary cuts, the economic distress endemic to the Weimar Republic contributed to a rapid increase in crime. Criminal gangs involved in prostitution, narcotics, gambling, pornography, robbery, and burglary developed and flourished. These gangs were well organized and often operated across state lines, frustrating police investigations……Policemen were frustrated by restrictions on police authority. Some criminal cases were dismissed because the police failed to safeguard the rights of the accused or because important evidence was excluded because of improper police procedures. The emergence of a free press highly critical of police operations exacerbated these police failures.”

The police were often simply powerless to pursue criminals and crime became rampant; the public perception, undoubtedly, was that criminals could simply bribe their way out of trouble if they needed to since they often seemed to have more money than law-abiding people.

In short, the population lost confidence in both the police and the courts to properly apprehend and punish law-breakers. Sound familiar? It will sound familiar to modern Britons for sure!

The Backlash To All Of This…..

Adolf Hitler greeting Von Hindenburg

Hitler and Hindenburg

Hitler with Field Marshall Von Hindenburg. Hindenburg was so popular with the people that the Nazi state could not be established until his death.

Of course, there is always a backlash and from 1932 Catholic and Lutheran groups succeeded in again banning official state-sanctioned prostitution. The backlash gathered momentum when the Nazi Party came to power in 1933. It is true that, to quote the old saying, ‘Hitler again got the trains running on time’ – but it is often forgotten today that one of the major reasons that Hitler became so popular is because he was seen as a ‘strong leader’ who would rid Germany of the moral corruption of the Weimar Republic! For, as the 1920s progressed, there was a growing moral revulsion among ordinary Germans about the immorality, widespread corruption and weakened police authority which a liberal government had presided over.

Of course, as we now know, Hitler was no solution and he was to lead Germany into a truly devastating war within seven years of his coming to power.

We would be blind indeed if we did not note the obvious parallels between the Weimar Republic and modern Europe, Britain and the United States. Of course, the big difference is that today we are economically strong and the Weimar years were economically perilous (although recovery certainly promised between 1923 and 1929). But economic health for a nation is never guaranteed!

Just when the Weimar years were beginning to promise real prosperity the 1929 Wall Street Crash came along. This led to the Great Depression of the 1930s and to a worldwide recession. Germany was particularly affected because she depended heavily on American loans. In 1932, somewhere between 4 and 7 million Germans were unemployed. Many people blamed the Weimar Republic for this – Don’t people always blame their governments when economic catastrophe strikes? Eventually neither left-wing nor right-wing factions had any will to save the Weimar government and a certain Herr Hitler stepped in – the rest (as they say) is history!

A growing majority in Germany had come to despise the Weimar experiment with its apparent encouragement of widespread moral corruption right across German life but when this was accompanied by complete economic collapse (on this occasion, hardly the fault of the German government) that was just too much! Quite suddenly the German people were prepared to give their full backing and support to a rather strange but charismatic individual who promised a glorious future – indeed, a ‘thousand year reich.’

They were prepared to embark on a new course (or, so they thought!) of peace, prosperity and with a new and glorious Deutschland standing right at the centre of world affairs!

The Lesson For Us

There is no doubt that – over a period of time – liberal societies build up bigger and bigger opposition from an ever-present right-wing. As long as there is prosperity, however, with good food on the table and a good and abundant living for all the family, the anger against the moral weakness always inherent within liberalism can be deferred but when economic disaster strikes, weak leadership is always blamed and liberal societies always appear to be weak in leadership.

President Bush is not a weak leader – he is rightly considered a conservative, and yet liberal standards have permeated almost all of American life. Here in Britain and in Europe it is probably even worse: liberalism rules and political correctness paralyzes! Censorship is now so weak that it has almost gone. Even while European leaders constantly argue about ‘rebates’ and about increased union, our cities are filled with crime and violence and corruption is rife even in the formerly largely law-abiding British Isles, but somehow (being liberals) European leaders are not too concerned about that! Pornography now even has it’s own television channels (several of them) – again, being liberals, our leaders think that is perfectly fine, yet I find that a growing majority of the public are angry at the way things are going and are so disenchanted with politicians that they now refuse to vote at all.

What is my point?

My point is that – at some point – there will be a right-wing backlash and if a charismatic leader with extreme solutions should suddenly appear on the scene he will quickly gain the support of countless thousands – many of whom may not have voted for years because of disillusionment with liberal politics.

Some would say that that could not happen now because our liberal governments have actually legislated against right wing politics – I mean, it is now actually illegal to make many comments which would have once been considered “right-wing.” But I have got news for these people: they are completely wrong! In view of Germany’s volatile history, the Weimar Republic also thought they had come up with a system and a constituition which barred radical right-wingers from power! But that did not stop Adolf Hitler!!

The lesson of human history is that when economic calamity strikes, civil unrest immediately follows and…..
all conventional, polite Sunday-afternoon tea party politics immediately goes out of the window!!

I have not even drawn direct comparisons between the Weimar years and modern liberal western society in this article because I think that those parallels are so overwhelmingly obvious. If you still want to make direct connections just check out the sub-titles to this article’s title right at the top of your screen. To save you doing that, here they are:

Feminine “Freedoms” – Moral Corruption – Immoral Entertainment – Homosexual and Lesbian Openess – Weakened Police Authority Leading to Criminals Going Unpunished…

I will let you draw your own conclusions. I do not think that you will find it too difficult.

I will close this article with a rhetorical question addressed to the reader:

If economic (or any other) calamity should strike the west, will a strong and charismatic right-wing leader again burst on to the scene in the United States, Great Britain or the European Union who will offer dynamic but dangerous solutions?

If that should happen, then make no mistake that Liberalism will have been the cause.

Think that could never happen again? Oh please, my complacent reader, learn the lesson of history: The lesson of human history is that evil can always happen again….

Robin A. Brace, 2006.

You will find additional information on this topic in The Lessons of Hitler’s Amazing Rise to Power

Also, you really must read about how liberals lie about British Victorian society, and how modern liberalism is bringing modern Britain to its knees:

Do you want to comment to me on this article? E Mail me HERE. (A huge amount of e mail comes to me through this address so please make it clear which article you have been reading. You could call this one ‘Weimar’)


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Also, you really must read about how liberals freely lie about British Victorian society and how Liberalism’s moral decadence is fast bringing Britain to it’s knees:

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By Harmony Daws
11 Oct 10

I’m no longer sure women should have the right to vote.

This shocks even me, but I never before knew the entire truth about what feminism—birthed by Jewish cultural Marxists—has done to destroy all that is most precious to freedom, civilization and my faith. In this series of three articles I examine the Jewish roots of second-wave feminism, the outcomes of feminism on American society and, finally, the presence of feminism as an emasculating force in the church.

Second-wave feminism is a brainchild of Jewish activists from the school of cultural Marxism. It has taken a wrecking ball to the structure of our society—which was patriarchy—to the relationship between the genders in marriage and, finally, to gender itself. It describes the concept of two separate and distinct genders as a mere human invention rather than a biological or divinely ordered fact. It teaches that gender-specific division of labor—men in the world, women at home—is a male invention created for the domination of women. A direct outcome of Eastern European Marxism, feminism has brought about abortion on demand, no-fault unilateral divorce, anti-father family law and a general denigration of men known as “consciousness raising.”

It’s almost impossible to overstate what this revolution has done. It is a singular means by which Jewish supremacists have subtly—and baldly—disenfranchised men of their reputation and identity and divested them of legal power in the areas they care about most. Males today are raised, most often fatherless, without a clear sense of how they are valued or needed. As adults, they face treacherous legal disadvantage compared to women in the area of the family, literally second-class citizens behind women. They are financially responsible for children they create but powerless to stop their mother from killing them in the womb. Thanks to no-fault divorce and custody laws that massively privilege women, men can’t stop women from moving their children across as many state lines as they wish. Hysteria-ridden restraining and domestic violence laws prevent many good men from even seeing their children on a regular basis. Men face recrimination and slander in media while women are painted as innocent, helpless victims of male lust, power and aggression. Modern portrayals of wise, disciplinary fathers and husbands are almost impossible to find.

Some men have had enough. Tom Martin is suing the London School of Economics for being taught anti-male discrimination. He said, “Compulsory core texts we had to read before each class were typically packed with anti-male discrimination and bias, heavily focusing on, exaggerating, and falsifying women’s issues perspectives, whilst blaming men, to justify ignoring men’s issues.”

If misandry were confined to universities, that would be one thing. But it is enshrined in law. In a ludicrous example, Spain in 2005 passed laws forcing men to agree at marriage to do fifty percent of the housework. “Failure to meet the obligations will be taken into consideration by judges when determining the terms of divorces. Men who refuse to do their part may be given less frequent contact with their children.”

Jewish Origins

Where did feminism come from?

Karl Marx wanted to rearrange human societies and economies—“make them more fair”—through centralized power and redistribution of wealth. (Anyone who doesn’t understand the mechanisms of why this won’t work and is egomaniacal should order Thomas Sowell’s Basic Economics right now.) Cultural Marxism applies the same egomania to gender, the family, religion and society at large—believing human beings can improve on basic realities (first denying their existence). Conservatives will be required to keep up, inevitably by the force of the state.

It is widely agreed that cultural Marxism was largely created by German Jews at the Institute for Social Research at the Frankfurt school. (You can read its history straight from its website Its beginnings were funded by the widow of Jewish banker Georg Speyer, inspired by the work of Jewish scientist Paul Ehrlich.

Frankfurt was the first university to create a chair, in 1918, for the dubious “science” of sociology. Sociology is the reason your 19-year-old college student will be taught that American suburbia is no more advanced than aboriginal huts; that motherhood is an invented value; that mass murderers aren’t evil, just traumatized; and that prejudice against others is the worst kind of thought crime. In other words, sociology is good wholesome fun.

The Institute also included the first chair for “scientific Marxism,” funded by the Weil family, also Jewish. Felix Weil was kicked out of southwest Germany for trying to start a political revolution, but he was able to earn a doctorate at Frankfurt and help create the Institute along with two other “economists.” The first director of the Institute was Jewish Carl Grunberg who established a journal of socialism and strongly believed that it must overthrow western (Christian) capitalism. The German cultural Marxists were intellectual blood brothers with the Jewish revolutionaries who toppled thrones across Europe in the late nineteenth century, plunging whole kingdoms into bloodshed and chaos. Perhaps they recognized that a cultural assault would be more effective, long term, at uprooting Christian capitalist society.

The Institute enjoyed a heyday during the twenties, and then came the Nazis. The Institute eventually emigrated to New York and Columbia University. In the United States the research continued with “comprehensive studies… on authority and the family, and…prejudices and authoritarian personality structures…” Cultural Marxism’s emphasis has not left us today. Undermining the “prejudices” and social structures of traditional white Christians is still a prime concern of academics in every major university.

In 1950, the Institute of Social Research was reborn in Germany. One of its main aims was to make sure “social science” was taught in western universities. The Institute continues its work today. Its three areas of study include “conflict of the sexes in liberal democracies, in ethno-centric, racist and sexist forms of discrimination.” (In other words: what straight white men are doing wrong.)

But cultural Marxism has spread far beyond the Institute, carried by Jewish immigrants and their Gentile proselytes, eventually into every area of American life. Jewish immigrants founded big media in America, Hollywood, major newspapers and big television stations as well. (See, Jews Confirm Big Media is Jewish) Thus, cultural Marxism came across the Atlantic to the thrones of opinion-makers throughout the United States. There it would have devastating consequences for Christian culture, especially in its embodiment in second-wave feminism.

A Note about First-Wave Feminism

Original feminism meant fighting for the right of women to vote. It was led mostly by non-Jews but had several prominent national Jewish leaders, including Maud Nathan and Martha Klatschken. Jewish scholar Rafael Medoff says Jewish women were at least 17 percent of the founding members of the Women’s Suffrage Party—which is a lot more than their percentage of the general population. He includes this quote: “Without the immigrants’ participation, it is doubtful if middle-class women alone could have gathered the grassroots political base that secured the victory.”

Suffrage itself was not universally supported by Christians, though today it is considered as wholesome as apple pie. Many men and women opposed female suffrage in the early twentieth century, believing women exercised their true political power by supporting their husbands and influencing their sons, who would represent them at the ballot box. Helen Kendrick Johnson, an activist against suffrage and socialism, wrote the classic Woman and the Republic which can still be read online at Johnson believed women’s role in the home is essential to keep the American republic alive and that we don’t need the vote in order to be equally valuable.

With great foresight she wrote, “The Suffragists have taken fewer steps in the direction of removing the social plague-spot [here she was referring to sexual immorality] than in the direction of bringing about a system of easier divorce–a thing that strikes a blow directly against, instead of for, the virtue of their sex.” Opponents of suffrage believed women’s right to vote would result in strife in the home and higher rates of divorce. Regarding divorce, they were right in ways they could not even hope to imagine.

I don’t honestly think we could or should repeal women’s suffrage. As a woman, I exercise the right to vote and will continue to. But I do pray for repeal of the legislation which Jewish feminism conceived and for which American women have voted: abortion on demand, unilateral no-fault divorce and especially the unjust family laws that make divorce so attractive to women desiring a show of force against their husbands.

The Second Wave (of Terror)

The second wave of feminism, begun in the early sixties, is the ultimate example of cultural Marxism. It makes sweeping denials of basic facts about human nature and champions the intervention of the state in personal affairs. Jewish feminists, and the Gentile women who eagerly followed their lead, applied cultural Marxism’s anti-God, humanist principles to gender and society, in the ultimate temper tantrum against realism and reality itself.

Their roll call includes (Jewish) Gloria Steinem who famously said, “A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.” She also said, “Men should think twice before making widowhood women’s only path to power.” This is a stunningly ignorant statement, considering the fact that widows have been historically the most vulnerable and disenfranchised of women, lacking the protection, status and appreciation of their husbands. A daughter of divorce and dysfunction, Steinem helped form the National Women’s Political Caucus. The NWPC has fought for more female involvement in politics and elimination of “gender discrimination.”

Betty Friedan, another Jewish woman, is almost synonymous with second-wave feminism. Her 1963 book The Feminine Mystique, bemoaning the unhappiness of housewives, has been credited with its creation. She also founded the National Organization for Women, whose top six issues today are: abortion rights, violence against women (read: demonizing men), constitutional equality, promoting diversity/ending racism, lesbian rights, and the ever vague “economic justice.” Friedan also founded NARAL Pro-Choice America.

Not to be forgotten is Bella Abzug, daughter of Russian-Jewish immigrants, who was especially concerned that women get more involved in American politics. Abzug earned a law degree at Columbia University; she served in Congress and introduced the first gay rights bill to Congress in 1974. She outspokenly supported civil rights laws and Zionism.

These are just three of the many influential Jewish feminists.

Today, Marxist feminism has had its way with America. Since 1973, 52 million innocent Americans have been murdered by their mothers in the womb, and the number continues to climb. And second-wave feminism has completely changed the face of the American family that remains alive—an outcome that will be discussed in my next article.


10 most shocking facts we found in CIA torture report

Published time: December 12, 2014 16:54
Edited time: December 14, 2014 13:12

Reuters/Jim Young

The so-called “torture report” released by the Senate this week contains only a fraction of the findings on how the CIA aimed to gather intelligence from detainees through interrogation. Still, it contains more than a few shocking revelations.

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According to the Senate committee’s findings released on Tuesday, the “enhanced interrogation techniques,” or EITs, used against foreign prisoners within the walls of covert, overseas prisons ultimately prove to be largely ineffective. John Brennan, the current director of the CIA, challenged those claims with a lengthy rebuttal on Thursday.

Nevertheless, the executive summary made public this week after four years of research (and at a cost of some $40 million) continues to raise serious questions about the CIA’s use of torture in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Now, as the CIA, Senate, and seemingly everyone in Washington, DC debates the committee’s findings, below is but a mere sampling of some of the more shocking details described within the document.

Frozen to death

Gul Rahman, an alleged Afghan militant, was arrested six weeks after the 9/11 attacks and brought to a CIA-run prison north of Kabul, known as the Salt Pit (or COBALT, in this week’s report). Rahman’s stay wasn’t a long one, however, on account of him dying less than a month later, from what the Senate committee suspects to have been hypothermia.

Sometime that November, a low-level CIA officer at COBALT ordered that Rahman be stripped naked, except for a sweatshirt, and “shackled to the wall of his cell in a position that required the detainee to rest on the bare concrete floor,” according to the Senate committee. So soon after 9/11, though, CIA headquarters had yet to approve any interrogation tactics whatsoever at that time. Rahman’s name was kept secret for seven years after he died, and the bulk of what the world knows about his passing was largely unknown until this week. The junior officer who insisted Rahman spend the night naked on a cold, concrete floor, meanwhile, was recommended to receive a “cash award” of $2,500 for his “consistently superior work” just four months later, the Senate report acknowledges.

Rectal feeding

At least five CIA detainees were subjected to “rectal rehydration,” or rectal feeding, the Senate report reads, in order to keep prisoners alive who allegedly otherwise refused to eat. Yet according to the committee’s findings, investigators failed to discover any “documented medical necessity” for doing as much. What the Senate did discover, however, is that the CIA’s chief of interrogations at the COBALT facility characterized the tactic as being among the methods used to exhibit the agents’ “total control” over detainees; another officer described the technique as being helpful to “clear a person’s head,” and CIA medical staff even called it a means of behavioral control, according to the report.

Former U.S. President George W. Bush (AFP Photo)

Former U.S. President George W. Bush (AFP Photo)

According to another excerpt, Saudi detainee Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri was placed “in a forward-facing position (Trendlenberg) with head lower than torso,” then rectally “fed.” Another prison, the report reveals, was given a “lunch tray” of hummus, pasta with sauce, nuts, and raisins, which was “pureed” and anally infused.

“[W]hat I infer is that you get a tube up as far as you can, then open the IV wide. No need to squeeze the bag — let gravity do the work,” one officer wrote of the process.

When the CIA responded to the Senate panel’s inquiries about the practice ahead of the report’s publication, the agency called rectal rehydration a “well acknowledged medical technique.” At least one detainee, however, was subsequently diagnosed with chronic hemorrhoids, an anal fissure, and symptomatic rectal prolapse after being rectally fed. The CIA also said that doing as much to a detainee was necessary in instances where prisoners became uncooperative, but the Senate panel found that records suggested such was done to inmates regardless of whether they were willing to cooperate.


While not exactly a revelation — reports concerning the CIA’s use of insects on detainees as a means of torture were unearthed half a decade ago — the executive summary released touches on how interrogators sought to exploit one detainee’s severe entomophobia, or fear of insects, in order to elicit information. According to the Senate panel’s findings, the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel (DOJ OLC) issued a memorandum in August 2002 advising that placing Abu Zubaydah, a suspected Saudi militant, in a “confinement box” with insects “would not violate prohibitions against torture.” That method of interrogation was proposed one month earlier by a contractor, codenamed SWIGERT in the report, who had derived it from a United States military manual but personally lacked any real-world experience with interrogations prior to orchestrating the torture program.

Details about the CIA’s desire to use insects on detainees first surfaced in 2009, when a declassified DOJ memo revealed that the agency wanted to place Zubaydah in a small confinement box with a bug because “he appear[ed] to have a fear of insects.” Interrogators would then tell Zubaydah that the insect’s sting “would produce death or severe pain.” Ultimately, however, a 2005 memo noted that the technique was removed from the list of authorized interrogation tactics.

As for Zubaydah, today he remains imprisoned 12 years later at the Guantanamo Bay detention center, despite having never been charged with a crime.

Sleep deprivation

Russian scientists experimented with sleep deprivation as far back as the nineteenth century, and American prisoners caught during the Korean War were subjected to the practice more than 60 years ago. Yet while the extent of how the CIA used the technique to try and gain intelligence from suspected terrorists has been well documented in the past, this week’s report contains examples of particular, previously unpublished incidents in which detainees were deprived of sleep for upwards of five straight days.

Sleep deprivation involved keeping detainees awake for up to 180 hours, usually standing or in stress positions, at times with their hands shackled above their heads,” the Senate report reads in part. “At least five detainees experienced disturbing hallucinations during prolonged sleep deprivation and, in at least two of those cases, the CIA nonetheless continued the sleep deprivation.

In one instance, the CIA subjected a detainee, Abu Hudhaifa, to “ice water baths and 66 hours of standing sleep deprivation,” then released him because it was realized that, according to the report, “he was likely not the person he was believed to be.” Another inmate, Arsala Khan, reportedly suffered from “disturbing hallucinations” after being kept awake for 56 hours, at which point the CIA determined that he did not appear to be “involved in…current plans or activities against US personnel or facilities.”

AFP Photo

AFP Photo

According to the Senate report, alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed once endured a period of sleep deprivation, most of it in the standing position, for seven and a half days, or approximately 180 hours, in 2003.

Although CIA headquarters did approve the use of sleep deprivation on detainees while the so-called “black sites” were in operation, the report found that often prisoners were forced to stay awake for days past the officially allowable amount. When the White House weighed in about torture tactics in July 2003, according to the report, the CIA began considering sleep deprivation beyond 72 hours as an “EIT,” and not a “standard” interrogation technique.

To avoid using an ‘enhanced’ interrogation technique, CIA officers subjected Khallad bin Attash to 70 hours of standing sleep deprivation, two hours less than the maximum,” the Senate panel found. “After allowing him four hours of sleep, bin Attash was subjected to an additional 23 hours of standing sleep deprivation, followed immediately by 20 hours of seated sleep deprivation.” Another inmate was kept awake for 46.5 hours, 24 hours and 48 hours, “with a combined three hours of sleep between sessions,” according to the report. Yet another, Abu Ja’far Al-Iraqi, was kept awake for 102 hours at one point.

Threats to Family

At times, CIA officers evoked the families of detainees in order to try and break them down during interrogations, according to the report. Al-Nashiri, whose rectal feeding is described above, was told “[w]e could get your mother in here” and “[w]e can bring your family in here,” CIA records reveal; according to the report, CIA officers implied during one interrogation that Al-Nashiri’s mother would be brought to the same prison and raped in front of him. KSM, the alleged 9/11 mastermind, was told the CIA was going to kill his children if any terror plots occurred in the US while he was in custody.

At least three detainees were threatened with harm to their families, the Senate Intelligence Committee found, “to include threats to harm the children of a detainee, threats to sexually abuse the mother of a detainee and a threat to ‘cut [a detainee’s] mother’s throat.’” With respect to KSM, detention site personnel hung a picture of his sons in his cell as a way to “[heighten] his imagination concerning where they are, who has them, [and] what is in store for them,” CIA officials said.

Prolonged Standing

As noted above, often detainees forced to endure long bouts of sleep deprivation were forced to stay awake by being tethered to walls with their arms shackled above their heads. Such a pose was used often against detainees even when prohibiting prisoners of sleep wasn’t the aim, however, and many victims exhibited injuries, according to the report, while being forced to stand for sometimes days on end.

Throughout much of 2003, the committee found, “CIA officers (including personnel not trained in interrogation) could, at their discretion, strip a detainee naked, shackle him in the standing position for up to 72 hours and douse the detainee repeatedly with cold water — without approval from CIA headquarters.” In one instance cited in the report, a CIA official said of a detainee, “‘as far as we could determine,’ had been chained to the wall in a standing position for 17 days.

Another detainee, Basliir Nasri Ali al-Marwalah, told jailers at Guantanamo Bay upon his arrival there from a CIA black site that he had been “tortured” by agents at COBALT who forced him to stand naked for five days straight once. On occasion, detainees long-subjected to standing would be relieved when their injuries, often edema, became significant enough. In the case of Abu Hazim and Abd al-Karim, CIA documents reveal the detainees would be “seated, secured to a cell wall, with intermittent disruptions of normal sleeping patterns” when they could no longer stand. Another, Abu Ja’far al-Iraqi, “experienced swelling in his lower legs requiring blood thinner and ace bandages,” according to report, after being forced to stand for 54 hours. “After the swelling subsided, he was provided with more blood thinner and was returned to the standing position,” the Senate found.

Reuters/Marc Serota

Reuters/Marc Serota

No Accountability

The Senate committee’s report and subsequent remarks made this week by lawmakers have indicated that no CIA officials have ever been reprimanded or held accountable whatsoever for interrogating detainees with torturous tactics.

CIA officers and CIA contractors who were found to have violated CIA policies or performed poorly were rarely held accountable or removed from positions of responsibility,” a portion of the report reads. “CIA managers who were aware of failings and shortcomings in the program but did not intervene, or who failed to provide proper leadership and management, were also not held to account,” reads another excerpt and, on two occasions, “accountability recommendations were overruled by senior CIA leadership,” including the instance in which Gul Rahman froze to death on the cold concrete COBALT prison floor.

As detailed in the study, there was no accountability for personnel responsible for the extended detention of individuals determined by the CIA to have been wrongly detained,” reads another portion.

To this day, the only CIA official who participated in the torture program believed to have been punished is John Kirakou, a former employee currently serving prison time after going public in 2007 about the interrogation tactics.

In truth, this is my punishment for blowing the whistle on the CIA’s illegal torture program and for telling the public that torture was official US government policy,” Kiriakou said in a letter last May sent from a Pennsylvania prison.

Meanwhile, this week’s Senate report revealed that the two psychologists who developed the torture program on behalf of the CIA have since made more than $81 million for their contributions and to this day remain eligible for government-paid legal counsel should they ever been called into court for their role.

George W. Bush, the American president who held office during the torture program, defended the interrogations ahead of the report’s release this week, calling the CIA officials connected to it “patriots.” His vice president, Dick Cheney, has since called the report “full of crap,” a “terrible piece of work” and “deeply flawed.”

“I think what needed to be done was done,” Cheney told CNN on Wednesday this week. “I think we were perfectly justified in doing it. And I’d do it again in a minute.”

“I certainly agree that there were times when CIA officers exceeded the policy guidance that was given and the authorized techniques that were approved and determined to be lawful,” CIA Director Brennan said Wednesday this week; he too acknowledged that no employees have ever been reprimanded.

Truths of Waterboarding

It’s no secret that the CIA employed the simulated-drowning tactic known as waterboarding to try and get information out of suspected terrorists detained overseas. With the release of this week’s report, however, details are emerging about lengthy interrogation sessions in which prisoners were subjected to “the water board,” as agents often called it, well beyond what was officially allowed.

“The waterboarding technique was physically harmful, inducing convulsions and vomiting,” the Senate panel found. In the case of Abu Zubaydah, for instance, the terror suspect became “completely unresponsive, with bubbles rising through his open, full mouth” when interrogators tried to give the inmate the impression that he was drowning to death. Interrogators then relied on medical officials to revive the man, at which point he expelled “copious amounts of liquid.” Despite nearly killing the man, the Senate probe found that the event “was referenced in emails, but was not documented or otherwise noted in CIA cables.”

Zubaydah, who today resides at Gitmo, was waterboarded two-to-four times a day, the Senate found, which often “resulted in immediate fluid intake and involuntary leg, chest and arm spasms” and “hysterical pleas.”

In 2003, a CIA email uncovered by the Senate revealed exactly how prison officials at the “DETENTION SITE BLUE” facility planned to use the water board extensively on KSM the day he arrived at the secret jail:

“[T]he team here apparently looks to use the water board in two different contexts. One is as a tool of regression and control in which it is used up front and aggressively. The second is to vet information on an as needed basis. Given the various pressures from home vs what is happening on the ground, I think the team’s expectation is that [KSM] will [be] getting treatment somewhere in between. I don’t think they believe that it will be possible to entirely avoid the water board given the high and immediate threat to US and allied interests. It is an interesting dynamic because they are well aware of the toll it will take on the team vs. the detainee. The requirements coming from home are really unbelievable in terms of breadth and detail.”

Former US Vice President Dick Cheney (Mark Wilson/Getty Images/AFP)

Former US Vice President Dick Cheney (Mark Wilson/Getty Images/AFP)

According to the committee’s report, KSM arrived at COBALT sometime in March 2003 and, by the last week of the month, had been waterboarded 183 times. Meanwhile, the report reads, guidelines circulated among medical personnel at the detention site said the tactic should be used only 20 times a week.

“On March 10, 2003, KSM was subjected to the first of his 15 separate waterboarding sessions. The first waterboarding session, which lasted 30 minutes (10 more than anticipated in the Office of Legal Counsel’s August 1, 2002, opinion), was followed by the use of a horizontal stress position that had not previously been approved by CIA headquarters. The chief of Base, worried about the legal implications, prohibited the on-site medical officer from reporting on the interrogation directly to OMS [CIA’s Office of Medical Services] outside of official CIA cable,” reads part of the report.

“Prior to the third waterboard session of that calendar day, the onsite medical officer raised concerns that the waterboard session—which would be the fourth in 14 hours—would exceed the limits included in draft guidelines that had been distributed the previous afternoon,” which said up to three session in a 24-hour span was acceptable. By then, though, KSM had already been waterboarded more than 65 times over the course of four sessions in a single day.

“During the waterboarding sessions that day, the application of the interrogation technique further evolved, with the interrogators now using their hands to maintain a one-inch deep ‘pool’ of water over KSM’s nose and mouth in an effort to make it impossible for KSM to ingest all the water being poured,” the panel found.

Mistaken Identities and Lost Detainees

According to the information contained in this week’s report, the CIA either lost detainees or outright lied about who was being held at black sites during the Bush administration. Although the CIA said in both public and classified settings that “fewer than one hundred” prisoners were held at those facilities, the Senate committee found that, in actuality, at least 119 individuals were detained by the intelligence agency.

Internal CIA documents indicate that inadequate record keeping made it impossible for the CIA to determine how many individuals it had detained,” the report reads.

In one instance cited in the executive summary, a 2003 CIA document found the agency was “holding a number of detainees about whom” it knew “very little.”

During the span that those sites were in operation, the Senate committee found that 26 of the 119 detainees — 22 percent — were held by the CIA despite not meeting the standards for detention. Additionally, at least four instances occurred where individuals did not meet the standards for detention relied on by US officials, so prisoners were instead confined at facilities in foreign nations at the behest of the CIA.

AFP Photo/Timothy A. Clary

AFP Photo/Timothy A. Clary

Misleading the White House

“The CIA represented to the White House, the National Security Council, the Department of Justice, the CIA Office of Inspector General, the Congress and the public that the best measure of effectiveness of the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques was examples of specific terrorist plots ‘thwarted’ and specific terrorists captured as a result of the use of the techniques,” reads a portion of the Senate report. Nevertheless, the committee’s probe determined that such claims were inaccurate, and that the CIA lied about the effectiveness of the torture tactics for years.

“The suggestion that all CIA detainees provided information that resulted in intelligence reporting is not supported by CIA records,” the committee found, going as far later in the report to call the CIA’s representations concerning the effectiveness of interrogations “inaccurate and unsupported by CIA records.”

Responding to the report this week, Director Brennan said he admits that it’s “unknowable” whether the use of enhanced interrogation techniques, or EITs, solely elicited information from detainees, adding, “But for someone to say that there was no intelligence of value, of use, that came from those detainees once they were subjected to EITs, I think that…lacks any foundation at all.”

There’s “no evidence that terror attacks were stopped, terrorists captured or lives saved through use of EITs,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California), the chair of the committee that conducted the four-year investigation into the torture program, tweeted in response.



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