Rumsfeld: “Why Not another 911″
In a newly-released tape of a 2006 neocon luncheon meeting featuring former War Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, attended by ex-military “message force multiplier” propaganda shills Lt. General Michael DeLong, David L. Grange, Donald W. Sheppard, James Marks, Rick Francona, Wayne Downing, Robert H. Scales and others, Rumsfeld declared that the American people lack “the maturity to recognize the seriousness of the ‘threats’” — and need another 9/11.
When DeLong complained about a “lack of sympathetic ears” in Congress, and a lack of interest among the general American public, Rumsfeld responded, “What’s to be done? The correction for that, I suppose, is another attack.”
New World Order Quotations
A collection of quotations from elite figures, media heads, government officials, persons from history, authors and more on the subject of the move toward a new world order under a one world government and a reduced human population.
It is not my intention to doubt that the doctrine of the Illuminati and the principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more satisfied of this fact than I am.
“Today the path of total dictatorship in the United States can be laid by strictly legal means, unseen and unheard by the Congress, the President, or the people. Outwardly we have a Constitutional government. We have operating within our government and political system, another body representing another form of government – a bureaucratic elite.”
Senator William Jenner, 1954
Nofziger On Guns….
“That guns do more than protect us from criminals; more importantly, they protect us from the ongoing threat of government. That states are the bulwark of our freedom. That states should have the right to secede from the Union. That once a year we should hang someone in government as an example to his fellows.”
Government Arrogance Is Out of Control
By Pastor Chuck Baldwin
July 20, 2007
I sat dumbfounded as I watched U.S. Attorney Johnny Sutton defend his prosecution of Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in a recent interview with CNN’s Lou Dobbs. To just about anyone who knows anything about this case, the prosecution and subsequent imprisonment of these two agents (who were simply attempting to enforce our nation’s immigration and drug laws) is an unfathomable miscarriage of justice. Yet, Sutton has repeatedly (with great smugness and pride, I might add) done everything but brag about putting these two officers in prison.
A Condensed Version of The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda and an Unnecessary War by Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Prima. 352 pp. $24.95
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 9: The Great Centralizer: Lincoln’s Economic Legacy
3. Internal Improvements (Again)
When Lincoln was elected in 1860, the constitutions of almost all of the states prohibited subsidies for internal improvements. Furthermore, federal subsidies had never materialized for constitutional reasons either. “Constitutional scruples” had prevented Congress from passing a Pacific Railway Act but Lincoln had very few constitutional scruples. Any he might have had rapidly disintegrated once the Republicans controlled both the Senate and the White House.
By mid-1862 the military situation was desperate. Nevertheless, the Lincoln administration diverted millions of dollars to the construction of a railroad in California. The major opposition to such subsidies had previously come from Southerners. But, since Southerners were no longer present, nothing was to stop the adoption of the second plank of the American System—massive subsidies for corporations. So, Congress passed the Pacific Railway Act in June of 1862.
A Christian View of Armed Warfare
by William E. Paul
The following excerpts are from the newly reprinted 116-page book, A Christian View of Armed Warfare, by William E. Paul. The first selection is chapter 3, “A Christian and Evildoers,” from part I, “New Testament Teaching on Christians Participating in War.” The second selection is chapter 8, “But Killing in War Is Done As an Agent of the Government and Not As a Personal Act,” from part II, “Common Objections to Christians Not Participating in War.” The book is available from Vance Publications.
A Christian and Evildoers
One of the most frequent arguments used in an attempt to justify a Christian waging war is that “Evildoers must be stopped in their aggressive efforts to overrun the world.” Nearly every generation has had its Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Kaiser Wilhelm, Lenin, Hitler, Mussolini or Stalin. Certainly the atrocities perpetrated upon mankind by dictators who have aspired to world rule are to be deplored. Evil-doing of all kinds must be hated by Bible-believing Christians who desire to have the mind of Christ. It is said of Jesus, “Thou hast loved righteousness and hated iniquity” (Hebrews 1:9).
But in the process of hating evil Christians are not permitted to despise the evildoer also. This attitude is supremely exemplified in the act of God commending His “own love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8). While man was busily engaged in the pursuit of evil, God was pursuing a course designed to effect man’s eternal good. God loves sinners “even when we were dead through our trespasses” (Ephesians 2:4–5) and yet God says of evil, “all these are the things I hate” (Zechariah 8:17). Although God hates all evil, He loves the evildoer and has done only good to him, “for he is kind toward the unthankful and evil” (Luke 6:35).
A Cooling World
Global warming has ceased. In 2005, it was .45 degrees centigrade above the 1961-1990 global average temperature. In 2006, it dropped to .42 centigrade, and in 2007, to .41 centigrade.
That’s one of many facts to be gleaned from an intelligent and calm book, An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming, by Lord Nigel Lawson, a British politician and former journalist.
It is not a book to be read on a warm afternoon after a heavy lunch. It will put you to sleep. That is to say it is not written in the style of melodramatic yellow journalism or TV sensationalism. It is written with an emphasis on facts and on logic.
Richard S. Lindzen, Sloan Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says of the book: “This brief and elegant book treats the science of global warming seriously, but convincingly shows that whatever view one has of the science, almost all proposed approaches to the putative problem are intellectually deficient, economically absurd and harmful, and morally misdirected at best. Lawson’s An Appeal to Reason is an appeal that must be heeded if one is to truly avoid great harm to man and the planet.”
Lawson sums up his book with this warning: “So the new religion of global warming, however appealing it may be to the politicians, is not as harmless as it may appear at first sight. Indeed the more one examines it the more it resembles a ‘Da Vinci Code’ of environmentalism. It is a great story and phenomenal best-seller. It contains a grain of truth – and a mountain of nonsense. And that nonsense could be very damaging indeed. We appear to have entered a new age of unreason which threatens to be as economically harmful as it is profoundly disquieting. It is from this, above all, that we really do need to save the planet.”
Lies of Aggression
by Paul Craig Roberts
On May 15, the White House Moron, in a war-planning visit to Israel, justified the naked aggression he and Olmert are planning against Iran as the only alternative to “the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history.”
But the White House Moron has the roles reversed. It is not Iran that is threatening war. It is Bush. It is not Bush who is appeasing. It is Iran.