Posts Tagged ‘Crisis’

A failing president it seems
Is dangerous to great extremes
As those behind bewitched by power
Plot ways to sweeten what’s grown sour
They must create events, of course
That urge a rapid show of force
Attacks upon the native soil
That guarantee the blood will boil
In those unpleasantly impressed
Are rated highly if not best

A danger thwarted overseas
That could have brought all to their knees
Is with a media loyal and true
Sold as a worthwhile thing to do
And loss of life so far away
Can these days people hardly sway
Who educated by TV
See violence a necessity
To keep them safe from ill intent
Of those who hate through discontent

One world, one government, just one
To rule when power and greed have won
That will at last bring peace and rest
To those who then will be oppressed
While freedom’s champions must hide
As outcasts others will deride
And persecute if daring to
Express a wayward point of view
It sounds familiar – a cliché
That’s being born, now, here, today

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Quote from the International Forecaster

“It has been almost three years since the Federal Reserve took its interest rates to 1% and most recently to zero. This allows member banks to borrow money at no cost. The Fed lends to large banks with little or no control, so that these banks, some of which are owners of the Fed, can really do as they please. The Fed even lends at zero and re-borrows from these banks at a higher level, guaranteeing the banks a riskless profit. Those profits would have gone to the US Treasury and the American taxpayer. These profits for the most part are the result of the creation of money and credit by the Fed. The banks are so overjoyed regarding the results that the Fed has told them that it will keep the current policy for at least the next two years. The banks as a result are making big speculative profits to offset their gigantic losses, while at the same time the economy falls deeper into inflationary depression. This is the tyranny of our almost 100 year old privately owned banking system.”

Why are the elected representatives of the people allowing this to continue?
And don’t think the situation in Europe concerning the practices of the European Central Bank is any better.

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If you don’t get the message then don’t worry, you will eventually

Robbery with violence
Elite tactics broad
Slaves in the making
Times to defraud
Lying, deceiving
Essentially blind
Social upheaval
Saving mankind
Nature the enemy
Earth for the few
Stupefied silence
Sanguine the view

Of still too many
Ready anew

Captured by longing
Awareness subdued
Lives for the taking
Massively screwed

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Thoughts on one aspect of the terrible disaster in Japan

If there’s something out there that can answer a prayer
in a voice strange that ears cannot hear
I would ask if I may
be spared that I some day
must succumb to the nuclear fear.

I would ask that I go before I start to glow
if the winter must come in the spring
one who too feeds the pain
of a world gone insane
where all actions have tails with a sting.

Man just stumbles along, heading right, heading wrong
never finding the path that leads home
where at last he’ll find peace
and the madness will cease
no more byways of darkness he’ll roam.

If there’s something out there that can answer a prayer
then I hope it is listening now
that it helps turn the tide
threatening all now worldwide
and the question I ask isn’t how.

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Young ones
Police states
For such
As never
That much

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In this speech to the European Parliament Nigel Farage speaks out against the European Union’s destructive financial policies:

Nigel Farage to the EU: Who the Hell do You Think You Are?!


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One could almost be in awe of the deviousness and callousness of the few

Molestation of a nation
Freedom now a tattered cloak
Gloved hands groping
Some for pleasure
A reaction to provoke

Alienation from each other
Everyone a number soon
Fear, the sword of
Now the time is opportune

Exploitation by the richest
Corporations rule the day
With our leaders
In their pockets
We’re the ones who’ll have to pay

Deprivation of our birthright
To be free and find our path
Is the cause that serves a madness
Born of blind inhuman wrath

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It seems a visit’s overdue
from one who would if it be true
return when once more hope has gone
and everyone’s just hanging on.

If I believed … perhaps I do
but won’t admit it now to you.
My introverted fear takes form
as one wish to be safe and warm.

The nagging doubts rear up again
their hollowness brings lonely pain.
I should stand tall and face the foe
but how and where, which way to go.

I feel as one caged for the fight
to be released against the might
of those of monstrous size and force
who know not of regret, remorse.

That little voice still calls to me
strong in its quiet delivery
that racial instinct will prevail
to hit the head upon the nail.

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Image courtesy Michelle Meiklejohn

Rob the poor to pay the rich.
Our vehicle’s heading for the ditch.
If you or I should not survive
then would the other be alive?

Politics and industry
bedfellows long in sophistry.
Just guinea pigs and servants plain
are we, the ones with nought to gain.

Truth breaks through: the way things are
for all to see, it’s most bizarre.
No holds barred in the fight to tame
and force us all to play their game.

Futures buried in the past.
Their cunningness revealed at last.
A world designed by wanton power
that in the end all may devour.

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This is an important document that brings into question the legality of many recent decisions of the American Federal Government.

Below is a short version with the main points, the full text of this Supreme Court ruling can be found here

on writs of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit

[June 27, 1997]

Justice Scalia delivered the opinion of the Court.

The question presented in these cases is whether certain interim provisions of the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, Pub. L. 103-159, 107 Stat. 1536, commanding state and local law enforcement officers to conduct background checks on prospective handgun purchasers and to perform certain related tasks, violate the Constitution.

The decision:

We held in New York that Congress cannot compel the States to enact or enforce a federal regulatory program. Today we hold that Congress cannot circumvent that prohibition by conscripting the State’s officers directly. The Federal Government may neither issue directives requiring the States to address particular problems, nor command the States’ officers, or those of their political subdivisions, to administer or enforce a federal regulatory program. It matters not whether policymaking is involved, and no case by case weighing of the burdens or benefits is necessary; such commands are fundamentally incompatible with our constitutional system of dual sovereignty. Accordingly, the judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is reversed.

It is so ordered.


More on this site: sheriffmack.com

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Thoughts on reading this article on Prison Planet 

Foreign soldiers on our soil
Waiting for the blood to boil
Observing only, leaders say
Their presence symbol of decay

Weapons can be used to quell
With uncaring hands from hell
Those who protest fascist ways
While the fires of freedom blaze

Let those who would rule beware
Lest they in the muzzles stare
When the wheel of fortune turns
And their Tower of Babel burns.

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“However, in the view of elites, population control is more about controlling the people than saving the environment.”

From: New Eugenics and the Rise of the Global Scientific Dictatorship
by Andrew Gavin Marshall

Scientists and industry
Working for the few
Thinning out our ranks to bring
World Order that is New

Poisons in the water
Poisons in the air
Poisons in the food we eat
Do you really care?

Poisons in the packaging
Poisons in vaccines
Poisons in the pills we take
Just some of their means

Ways to sterilize you
Ways to make you ill
Ways to bring you to your knees
For the final kill

Laugh and say it’s nonsense
Laugh and say I’m mad
Laugh until you see I’m right
When things get that bad.

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“All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.
Thomas Jefferson

It’s 32 C here today
until the sea breeze comes.
It may be hotter where you are
or colder, freezing bums.

They’re breathing down our necks right now
I feel it on my skin,
those fiends who want to make us kneel
and own the one within.

They’re robbing us, those billionaires
taxation is the game.
The rich and powerful want it all
control freaks with no shame.

It’s 25 C now it seems
with cool winds from the west.
The forecast storms may miss us yet
some laughably suggest.

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Thoughts following this report

Can it be true what THEY would do
to rid the Earth of me and you,
or make us slaves to serve their will,
a world of order to fulfil?

Calamities their tools of trade
to hold us in the web they’ve made.
Fear of a foe must be maintained
and by them we’re all entertained.

Over the years we’ve been subdued
by apathetic solitude
so we sit back as freedom wanes
in tune with all their hidden gains.

Or are those who purport to know
the truth behind the living show
delusional and blind to see
that THEY our saviours strive to be?

The answer lies with you my friend.
If through research you comprehend
that things are not quite as they seem
then you may yet wake from the dream.

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“And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.”


I read in the newspaper today that according to Australian scientists the Earth could become inhabitable for humans by 2030 due to man-made global warming. As if we needed more predictions of doom based on dubiously relevant data and oversimplified models. I’ll make an equally valid forecast: the Earth could become inhabitable for humans by 2030 due to global cooling. But, of course, anything in between is also possible.


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The consternation concerning the volcano in Iceland (that almost certainly doesn’t give a hoot for the flight aspirations of man) is reaching epidemic proportions. It’s been five days of peace in the air and echoes of footsteps being heard in European airports.


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Although it contains many truths about pollution, I have removed the Ecocide video due to recent doubts concerning the motives behind this movement.

Club Of Rome Behind Eco-Fascist Purge To Criminalize Climate Skepticism

Here we go again: carbon taxes to fund a world government based on nonexistent global warming.

Leaked U.S. Document Calls For “Global Regime” To Tackle Climate Change

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On the eternal human conflict

They just don’t care, the ruling ones
who treat us as inane.
We laugh or scream with every dream
and can’t tell from joy from pain.

We accept what they throw at us
and gnaw the bones of strife
that cannot feed the inner one
the ragged child of life.

Their raging madness never sleeps
distorting what is real;
the loneliness that power creates
one day their fate will seal.

For nothing can forever last
and when the wheel has turned
those who then without fear can stand
their freedom will have earned.

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They’re closing in from left and right
those who would rule with heavy hand.
See your freedom slip away
hour by hour and day by day.

I see the laughs of madmen clear
their lips curled in a knowing grin.
Soon we’ll hear their shouts of glee
when there is no place to flee.

Too late they’ll wake and see the truth
the ones who now could make a change.
Each day gone may be the last;
time for doubting has long passed.

The rich and powerful want it all.
They think it is their well earned right.
We the people must be tamed
for our good as is proclaimed.

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Congressman Ron Paul discusses the growing world financial crisis and expanding government control in this speech, which everyone interested in freedom should read or hear.

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