Two week ago, I posted an article entitled “The Marines are Coming–Maybe” which described the possibility that members of the armed forces might show up at the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations to defend unarmed civilians from police brutality. I was somewhat skeptical that there’d be much “resistance” from members of the military, but here’s a video of one Marine who showed up and really is “fighting for our freedoms”. He’s not “fighting for our freedoms” in Iraq, but he is damn sure fighting for them right here in The USA.
Marine Corps Sargent Shamar Thomas faced off against 30 police in an Occupy Times Square demonstration. He demanded to know where is the honor in beating or threatening unarmed civilians. He received no answer. He told the police that if they wanted to fight, they should go to Iraq. Again, no answer.
This is hilarious . . . and more than a little inspiring. People are standing up to governmental authority.
The 2nd Amendment should be amended to include the right to keep and bear video cameras. The government is clearly intimidated by cameras that create evidence that might be admissible in court. Nobody wants to be sued.
I’m reminded of governmental policy that showed up in several states in the last decade where police hiring policies specified a preference for less intelligent candidates. Well, these video’s seem to illustrate what happens when government insists on hiring officers of below average intelligence.
Here’s a very good audio file that illustrates our gov-co’s precarious position and the growing power of the internet and bloggers to restore constitutional government that serves the people rather than the oligarchy.
If I hired an attorney to represent me, I should be able to fire that attorney whenever I pleased. Likewise, if you hired an attorney to represent you, then you should be able to fire that attorney whenever you pleased. But, clearly, if you hired an attorney to represent you, I would have no authority to fire your attorney.
In the video below, a man attempts to fire “his” attorney. The attorney says he’s been appointed by the judge and therefore only the judge can terminate his employment.
How is it that a man who is seemingly represented by an attorney, can’t fire what appears to be his own attorney?
Could it be that the attorney does not actually represent the man (whose proper name is, say, “John Ingress”) and who is the apparent defendant? Could it be that the attorney instead represents an artificial entity (a legal fiction or “strawman” who bears the all-upper case name like “JOHN INGRESS”) and who is the actual defendant?
Another website (http://portal.theinnoplex.com/newsnet/) that routinely links to articles published on the BBC, Kyoto News Agency, Washington Post, and CNSNews, has asked my permission to also post links to my articles.
I, of course, said Yes. I’m honored, flattered, delighted. Inevitably, more people will be introduced to my ideas and observations. That’s good.
My blog, incidentally, is on its way to having its best month yet. The number of monthly views isn’t large (22,000), but it’s about four times greater than it was a year ago. The numbers are modest, but the trend line is good. IF the number of “viewers” continued to increase by 400% a year, in a couple of years I might grow to something significant. Such continued growth is unlikely, but the possibility pleases me.
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Here’s a 5,000 word document written by Brady Byrum. The document is entitled “drivers license defense data”.
Take it all with salt.
Brady is not a licensed attorney and this document is not intended to construed as legal advice.
This document is, however, a chain of evidence and logic that Brady believes may be sufficient to allow him to lawfully and/or legally travel on the right of way on “Texas” without a “Texas Drivers License”.
The people are demanding common law rather than corporate exploitation. They’re objecting to their courts’ reliance on fraudulent documents. The judges refuse (as in many American courts) to be bound by their Oaths of Office.
So the people made a civil arrest of a judge.
The New World Order is beginning to crack. As in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and the rest of the Middle East, the “natives are restless” even in England.
Around the world, big government is increasingly unwelcome.
Gerald Celente (trendsresearch.com) relies on a secret technology that tracks scores of economic and political indicators, balances them, and then produces a resulting prediction. He’s achieved considerable fame by making remarkably accurate predictions.
His video and radio presentations of his predictions are generally brash, but witty and bemused.
This prediction is different. This is the first time I’ve seen Celente so angry, so furious. He seems almost desperate, almost terrified. There are moments when he appears almost ready to cry. He looks like he’s caught a glimpse of End Times.
If Celente’s emotionally-charged presentation is any indication, the world may be very close to the “1st Great War of the the 21st Century.”
If the YouTube video (above) has been pulled, try this link:
The recent turmoil in the Middle East: 1) is likely to not only continue but get worse; and 2) could precipitate another global recession—or worse.
The fundamental problem is the relationship between political unrest in the Middle East, the price of crude oil, and the price of food. I.e., political unrest in the Middle East causes the price of oil to increase. A rise in the price of oil causes the price of food to increase. As the price of food increases in Arab countries (like Egypt) that are not significant producers of oil or food, political unrest within those countries will grow . . . causing the price of crude oil to go even higher . . . causing the price of food to go even higher . . . causing even more political unrest.
It’s hard to imagine an end to this spiral that doesn’t include catastrophe.