May 24, 2013

Communism for Dummies

Steve Cooper
The Conservative Monster

Remember folks communism is about equality; at least that is what they say, but there is nothing equal about it. Let’s talk about the poor people first because they are the easiest.
  • The poor people have nothing and they will remain to have nothing. Maybe they will get a free cell phone but that’s it.
  • The middle class will be destroyed and they will be no better than the poor, but they believe the total opposite. They will work harder for LESS to support the agenda.
  • Do you really believe that super wealthy people that support Obama care about the middle class? You are NAIVE.

The middle class believe that the wealth of the elite will trickle down to them and they are dreaming.

May 22, 2013

The Neo-Nazi Show Trial And The Timing Of The Murders


The German show trial for the National Socialist Underground begins this week, after several false starts due to the Bavarian Court not wanting interested press at the hearings (see here).

There is a strange coincidence to the dates and places;

Murders number 2, 3, 4, and 5;

Murder of Abdurrahim Özüdoğru

On 13 June 2001, Abdurrahim Özüdoğru was killed by two shots in the head with the same silenced CZ 83 already used in the murder of Enver Şimşek. Özüdoğru, who worked as a machinist for a big company in Nuremberg (which company?) had been helping out in a tailor's shop; the murder was discovered by a passer-by who looked through the shop window and saw the body sitting in the back of the shop, covered in blood. 

Murder of Süleyman Taşköprü

On 27 June 2001 between 10:45 and 11:15 a.m, Süleyman Taşköprü, aged 31, died in his greengrocer's shop in Hamburg-Bahrenfeld after being shot in the head three times. This was two weeks after the second murder, and the same guns as in the first case were used, a CZ 83 and a 6.35 mm gun.

Murder of Habil Kılıç

On 29 August 2001 Habil Kılıç became the fourth victim. Kılıç, aged 38, who was married and had a daughter, was shot at point-blank range in his greengrocer's shop in Munich-Ramersdorf. This was the first of two murders in Munich.

The Theory;

Are these linked to the 9/11 Hamburg cell? They all worked shop fronts, which are perfect for low level intelligence messengers, they may have been supplying something along the lines of fake ID/paperwork or weapons, or perhaps they were just messengers/couriers for German intelligence/ the Hamburg Cell Jihadis. The Hamburg Cell also frequented an extremist mosque in Munich.

Once the 9/11 operation was underway, German intelligence cleaned house. The "NSU" vanished for 2 years just a little over a week before 9/11, with no more linked murders in that 2 year period. Repeat - the last murder was just over a week before 9/11, whilst one murder was Hamburg and one was Munich. If the NSU murders were normal far right extremists sending a message to asylum seekers, where's the message? There was none.

May 21, 2013

Tracking the Communist Conspiracy: Communist-Infiltrated Parties and Religions, Pro-Communist Globalist Groups, Western Leftist Propaganda

Once Upon a Time in the West
A Tale of Soviet Strategic Deception and the Demise of Western Civilization

Communist-Infiltrated Political Parties

Coalition for Free and Open Elections (Communist Party USA, Workers' World Party, co-founding parties; Si Gerson, CPUSA member, COFOE secretary, 1985-1999; current members: Committee for a Unified Independent Party(front for International Workers' Party), Constitution Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party, Reform Party, Socialist Party USA)

Democratic Party (USA) factions:
- Campaign for America's Future (non-profit organization, Director Robert Borosage former head of KGB front Institute for Policy Studies, 1979-1988)
- Congressional Black Caucus (duplicate membership in Congressional Progressive Caucus)
- Congressional Progressive Caucus (faction linked to Democratic Socialists of America)
- National Stonewall Democrats (LGBT faction)
- Progressive Democrats of America
- Shadow Democratic Party (Soros-Clinton network)
- Democratic Socialists of America (communist)
- Communist Party USA ("unofficially" endorsed Barack Hussein Obama's 2008 presidential campaign)

May 15, 2013

Present German chancellor Merkel also worked for the KGB, German scientists confirm

A new book detailing the early political life of Angela Merkel has accused the German chancellor of working directly for the Russian KGB as a propagandist for the East German Communist youth movement at least before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

According to a new book, "The First Life of Angela M.," based on secret files of the dreadful East-German Communist secret police Stasi, German chancellor Merkel successfully operated as a KGB agent in several Communist organizations before reunification in 1990.

Published in Germany on Monday, the book by journalists Gunther Lachmann and Ralf Georg Reuth is unlikely to prove easy reading for Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party (CDU), which is preparing for September's general election - in which Merkel is seeking a third term in office.

United States of Europe

United States of EuropeThis article first appeared in the April 10, 1989 print edition of The New American, providing seminal research that exposed the hidden agenda behind the developing European Economic Community. Not only did Mr. Jasper present crucially important information that was almost completely unknown at that time, even to generally well-informed Americans and Europeans, concerning the individuals and organizations pushing for European "integration," but he also accurately "projected the lines" — decades ahead of other analysts — presciently sounding the warning that false appeals to free market rhetoric were masking a plan for socialism and the destruction of personal liberty and national independence for the nations of Europe. With the White House and Congress now considering action on legislation for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), to further entangle the United States with the European Union, this article from 24 years ago is more relevant than ever. — The Editor

1992. In the minds of most Americans, the year probably holds no significance beyond being another presidential election year, and the occasion of another Olympic Games. Increasingly though, Americans will begin to realize that fast-approaching year carries far greater political and economic significance.

Readers of business publications and economic journals have already seen a surge of articles heralding 1992 as the year of the "European market," as a benchmark period during which a host of trade barriers and other restrictions among the 12 countries of the European Community, or Common Market, will come tumbling down. Nineteen ninety-two is the year that the Single European Act (SEA) goes into effect. That act, agreed to by the 12 member states in 1986, calls for the establishment of "an area without internal frontiers, in which the free movement of goods, persons, services, and capital is ensured."

"With progress toward a single market, European industry will be able to achieve greater economies of scale," said Deputy Secretary of the Treasury M. Peter McPherson in an address to the Institute for International Economics in 1988. "The demands of competition will spur technological innovation and greater productivity. The program can help stimulate growth and employment, reduce consumer prices, and raise standards of living throughout Europe." 

May 10, 2013

There is overwhelming evidence that Polish presidential plane was blown up by Russian terrorists

 A Polish magazine, Przewodnik Katolicki, published an interview with Antoni Macierewicz, Chairman of the Parliamentary Investigation Commission for the Smolensk disaster of April 10, 2010, under the title "There is another Russia (Istnieje druga Rosja)", in which he said in particular:

"The following happened in Smolensk.

There was an explosion - and this we know for sure. The convincing evidence are several pieces of the Tu-154 fuselage at a distance of about 150 meters to the site where the plane crashed.

The fact is that the Tupolev disintegrated in the air. Again, these are the same parts of the fuselage. Where else can such things happen when the plane is still in the air? This is the key evidence of the explosion that destroyed the Tu-154 before it fell to the ground. An "armored" birch in this tragedy did not play any role.

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Mao meets Nixon

Steve Cooper
The Conservative Monster

This is one of the most fascinating stories that I have ever read and I believe every word of it. Conspiracy theory? You tell me…but I found this story on the Internet many years ago (2005) and it is still here.

The author of this article claims to be a man that fled Czechoslovakia in 1968. His father in law held the rank of a Major in the Communist Secret Police, but he still fled after the Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia.

May 8, 2013

Why the political class is so scared of Farage

In the electoral successes of UKIP, Britain’s political elite glimpses its own creeping irrelevance and out-of-touchness.

Tim Black

The UK Independence Party did well in last week’s local elections, picking up 23 per cent of the vote and 147 council seats. It certainly did better than the flailing Liberal Democrat Party which, with only 13 per cent of the vote, lost 124 seats, leaving it with just 352 seats in total.

Still, UKIP did not do as well as the Labour Party, which added 291 seats to its existing 247, on 29 per cent of the vote. And although the Conservative Party lost 335 seats, on 26 per cent of the vote, it still holds 1,116 seats in total. So, although UKIP did well, its success - it holds only the 147 seats it won on Thursday in total - needs to be put into a bit of perspective.

May 6, 2013

Decadence and Economics

BY JR NYQUIST05/06/2013
Positive statistical indicators may not signify economic health. The larger context being lost, positive indicators may signify momentary spurts of productivity while the overall situation remains hopeless. Such statistics may reflect temporary conditions which have no actual sustainability. Yet, there are those who want to believe in recovery. There are those who can show – despite all skepticism – that a recovery is taking place. For example, see “Fed’s Evans: U.S. Economy Is ‘Definitely Improving,’” or the March 14 LA Times piece, “U.S. economy improving faster than expected, data show.” Or how about the Fox business article by Jennifer Booton which claims that “Rallying Auto Sales Signal Improving U.S. Economy”? Taking issue with this mathematical approach, which merely judges an economy on what it appears to be doing in the moment, we ought to judge the economy on the basis of what it is becoming.
One might ask how there could be real economic health when employees don’t show up for work on time, or call off every Monday – or when employee theft has become pandemic. How do we measure the moral character that signifies real productivity, or a false prosperity brought on by dishonest financial practices? A true measure of economic success may require a more philosophical approach. Do the “usual economic indicators” even signify what we assume they signify? Can we even trust economic statistics given the new propensity for lying?

May 5, 2013

Revolutionary Math II

Bob Owens
The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

If you read the Drudge Report this is probably old news to you, but he linked to a poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University yesterday that frankly surprised me. I know many Americans I talk to and hear from on a daily basis are unhappy about the state of the nation and especially the overall direction we seem to be going in, but couldn’t have imagined that so many Americans think a Second Revolutionary War may be necessary,and soon:
Twenty-nine percent of registered voters think that an armed revolution might be necessary in the next few years in order to protect liberties, according to a Public Mind poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University.
The poll, which surveyed 863 registered voters and had a margin of error of +/-3.4, focused on both gun control and the possibility of a need for an armed revolution in the United States to protect liberty.
The survey asked whether respondents agreed, disagreed, neither agreed nor disagreed or did not know or refused to respond to the statement: “In the next few years, an armed revolution might be necessary in order to protect our liberties”
Twenty-nine percent said they agreed, 47 percent said they disagreed, 18 percent said they neither agreed nor disagreed, 5 percent said they were unsure, and 1 percent refused to respond.
Results of the poll show that those who believe a revolution might be necessary differ greatly along party lines:
  • 18 percent of Democrats
  • 27 percent of Independents
  • 44 percent of Republicans
If you would have asked me to guess at what the results to this question would have been,  I would have guessed maybe 10%-15% were thinking that an armed revolution might be necessary to restore a constitutional Republic. 29% roughly doubles that, and frankly changes the dynamics of the situation.
This is a poll result I’m going to spend some time digesting. I’m not sure how valid it is, or more importantly, what it really means, or how that may translate into reactions to certain stimuli.
We live in interesting times.
[If you missed it, read the original Revolutionary Math]

May 4, 2013

David Cameron’s ‘modernising’ agenda has been a disaster. It’s time for the Tories to return to Thatcherism

Margaret Thatcher knew how to win elections
The stunning success of Ukip in yesterday’s local elections should be a wake-up call for David Cameron and the “modernising” wing of the Conservative Party leadership. It is a demonstration of just how far removed the Tories have become from the concerns of Middle England, and an emphatic rejection of Cameron’s attempt to reinvent the most successful political party in history by moving it to the political centre and even to the Left on issues such as gay marriage, foreign aid and climate change. Ukip’s success, undercutting not only the Conservatives but also Labour and the Liberal Democrats shows that at heart Britain remains a conservative nation. The idea that conservatism is in decline or is too outdated for the 21st Century is pure fiction. As is the case in the United States, conservative ideology remains deeply ingrained in British society.

David Cameron proudly proclaims that he isn’t a Thatcherite. Just two weeks after Lady Thatcher’s death, when asked whether he was a Thatcherite, Cameron declared: “No. Other people might call me that. I think the label’s now… its slightly become … labels don’t quite mean what they did then.” It’s time for the prime minister to eat a bit of humble pie and admit that Thatcherism, not “modernisation,” is what his party needs right now. Thatcherism’s message of limited government, reduced public spending, tax cuts, strong defence, robust immigration and law and order policies, are just as relevant today as they were in the 1980s.

In addition, Cameron needs to toughen his message on Europe and project clarity instead of weak-kneed mixed messaging. It’s no good pledging a referendum while promising to campaign to keep Britain inside the European Union, which is a supranational yoke around the necks of the British people. The prime minister’s promise to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with Brussels and reform the EU is a pipe dream, one that merely placates the diminishing Left of his own party.

The “modernising” experiment in the Conservative Party has been an unmitigated disaster. The Iron Lady herself warned against “the oldest temptation that conservative parties face – that is the desire to be what we are not – in search of expressions of approval from those who are our sworn ideological adversaries, while showing a reluctance to listen to our proven friends.” David Cameron has made precisely this mistake. Unless the Conservatives return to the very principles and ideals that have ensured their success in past elections they are doomed to failure. As Margaret Thatcher demonstrated in three election victories in a row, two of them landslide wins, conservative ideas work, and have broad appeal. This should be a moment for humility and reflection in Downing Street, and time for the Tory modernisers to admit that their entire strategy has been a huge error of judgment.

May 1, 2013

20 Signs That The Next Great Economic Depression Has Already Started In Europe

Submitted by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse blog,

The next Great Depression is already happening - it just hasn't reached the United States yet.  Things in Europe just continue to get worse and worse, and yet most people in the United States still don't get it.  All the time I have people ask me when the "economic collapse" is going to happen.  Well, for ages I have been warning that the next major wave of the ongoing economic collapse would begin in Europe, and that is exactly what is happening.  In fact, both Greece and Spain already have levels of unemployment that are greater than anything the U.S. experienced during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Pay close attention to what is happening over there, because it is coming here too.  You see, the truth is that Europe is a lot like the United States.  We are both drowning in unprecedented levels of debt, and we both have overleveraged banking systems that resemble a house of cards.  The reason why the U.S. does not look like Europe yet is because we have thrown all caution to the wind.  The Federal Reserve is printing money as if there is no tomorrow and the U.S. government is savagely destroying the future that our children and our grandchildren were supposed to have by stealing more than 100 million dollars from them every single hour of every single day.  We have gone "all in" on kicking the can down the road even though it means destroying the future of America.  But the alternative scares the living daylights out of our politicians.

When nations such as Greece, Spain, Portugal and Italy tried to slow down the rate at which their debts were rising, the results were absolutely devastating.  A full-blown economic depression is raging across southern Europe and it is rapidly spreading into northern Europe.  Eventually it will spread to the rest of the globe as well.

The following are 20 signs that the next Great Depression has already started in Europe...

#1 The unemployment rate in France has surged to 10.6 percent, and the number of jobless claims in that country recently set a new all-time record.