Friday, October 28, 2011

US Killer Drones to get their own 51st State?

If we the people allow US Military to have a 51st US State for unmanned aerial murder machines, we're all mad like the old, "Mad Hatters", who got Mercury on their fingers from stiffening the brims of hats. Let's put our foot down on this one, no more abuse of drone murdering machines at our taxpayer expense. Let's vote out all Democrats and Republicans who support all out war and "Terminator, Rise of the Police State".

Arnold Schwarzenegger "Terminator" movie image [found here]

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Now for my rant ...

Work for over two decades, get married, buy a home, buy investment properties and fix them up from a boarded up condition, start raising a family, save for retirement, AND police in the US want you in jail, to lose your credit, home, and family unity. You pay taxes [for this], and why are returning US Veterans a threat to the US Police State?

Police in the State of Connecticut, awarded hundreds of thousand of dollars of decades of my hard labor, my property, to a [crack cocaine smoking sociopath police informant], Peter J. Coukos, who sleeps with prostitutes, but would prefer to have sex with 6 to 8 year old children, girls or boys, for his having sexually terrorized and harassed my then 14 year old daughter and me out of Connecticut. Stafford Springs police and [Troop C Connecticut State Police], namely Stafford Springs Constable "Fat Frank" Prochaska and then Stafford Springs Resident State Trooper Mulcahey, allegedly helped the bi-polar alcoholic drug abusing parasite on humanity a gun permit to carry concealed pistols for his committing crimes in behalf of police. Welcome to the real world, America.

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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Billions of Taxpayer Dollars Abused to Make NYPD, WORLD POLICE

Right on network television, right before your eyes, offshore corporate banksters show you how they steal billions.

NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly by


You always get a corporate, pro-government, police, and just court bias on CBS "60 Minutes," news magazine. I am just alarmed to be an American caught behind the Police State fence after watching the September 25, 2011, episode online. [click here] for that episode.

Should an American police force have officers, undercover officers, and private contractors conducting black bag operations, spying, and espionage? Should American taxpayers foot the bill for this abuse to the tune of billions? Should NYPD be something that rivals the CIA, the Israeli Mossad, and KGB? If the FBI found bomber patsies, supplied the bombs, and the plan to attempt to blow up the twin towers in 1993, and if the FBI paid White Supremest Radio Jock Hal Turner to incite violence, bombing, for citizens to commit acts for terrorism, and for citizens to fight each other, should the NYC PD Mossad goons investigate the FBI, conducting black bag operations against the FBI to prevent terrorism from occurring in New York City and in America in the future?

Serpico was a Narcotics Detective in New York City's Policing past. Serpico couldn't find a single officer to make a police misconduct complaint to that wasn't corrupt.There are fewer checks and balances, and billions can now be stolen in the guise of protecting us from terrorists. What if police are a greater threat than any real terrorist threat. What if police and court system in the US is just organized crime? Officers can now rape, rob, murder, and confine indefinitely citizens globally citing the State Secrets privilege.

Really, what has America become? Do you really just want to occupy Wall St., or do you want to occupy your own country for positive change?

My further comment on America's Police State:

Writing here on, respectfully requesting what you want done with your tax dollars, being against illegal wars of occupation, or proposing legislation to elected officials to try and fix the police state and Soviet style courts can land a citizen on a Homeland Security Fusion Center enemies list. If you want information on the location of the nearest fusion center [click here].

Smart electric meters are used to know when you are home, or not, and report your use and patterns to authorities. More states are pushing for laws so citizens have to have keys to their houses in lock boxes outside, accessible to police and other officials so they have 24/7 access to your home when you are there, or not. Cell phone and internet providers illegally cooperate with illegal government domestic spying programs. Police are paying informants to file fast reports to facilitate arrests and false imprisonment, and beat up citizens to retaliate against them for making police misconduct complaints or because they are politically active.

Maybe 75%, or more, is spent on policing, rigged courts, the military, government, and mounting interest on the debts you never agreed to pay in the first place. The corruption is in your face. The government's security programs are not for you, it is for them. They don't want to be prosecuted, they don't want the people to connect the dots, and successfully rise up. Growing your own food is pretty much illegal, the government is going after small businesses, the self-employed, intact families, and homeowners. The ATF is supplying guns to Mexican Drug Gangs. The Government wants to end cash transactions between citizens. Do you get the picture?


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More to the story:

I recently received email from the system on this piece.

There is more to the story of the above that I have loaded in video and documentaries on There is a documentary called, "The American Drug War: The Last White Hope" and "Loose Change" the ground breaking 2005 installment 1 of 3.

I might plan to expose various Democrats and Republicans just before election on this blog. Feel free to contact me to post there, or possibly here as an audio interview type podcast. Silence signifies acceptance. (Email me at stevengerickson At Yahoo Dot Com)

Do you want to contact your state and federal elected officials about NYPD receiving billions in YOUR tax dollars to become an international policing, spying, Mossad type, covert military, propaganda, and electronic espionage type nightmare for all of humanity?


Tuesday, October 25, 2011

1% of Richest for Obama

Steve Forbes image [found here]

I watched a documentary on the world's richest one percent giving a glimpse of how they live, hearing their excuses for entitlement to keep getting richer as the gap widens. Filmmaker Jamie Johnson is an insider who can live off his inheritance, lets us inside with his documentary, "The One Percent". Steve Forbes, Adnan Khashoggi, Nicole Buffet, and others appear and let us in on their thoughts.

The gap between rich and poor, as far as I know, has never been wider in the USA. It is perceived that elected officials, including Obama cater to the world's richest and leave average people out in the cold, literally. The Democratic and Republican choices mostly suck. By the time the Big Money puts a face on a poster, the face is a puppet, a minion of the One Percent, not a willing representative of the people. Until lying sacks of shit such as Obama, Bush, Cheney, Hillary Clinton etc are arrested, put in county lock up, finger printed, have their mug shots taken, and await bail in lock up, we're not going to get change.

We need to get rid of the sacks of shit who are the glue to the tyranny, judges. Judges protect the state, and we get robbed, we the people are shafted. Police protect and serve at their discretion, they are for protecting and serving the state, for revenue collection, property confiscation, and for lying and committing perjury to retaliate against [big mouth citizens] who connect the dots.

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Obama goes Hollywood

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Obama hasn't shied away from supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement. But instead of joining the occupiers the president decides to go Hollywood. Obama will be mingling with some of LA's top actors to raise money for the upcoming election. Tickets for his fundraisers range from $5 thousand to $36 thousand. Ron Gochez, a community organizer, give us his thoughts on who Obama really supports.
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Will cash transactions between neighbors be banned nationwide?

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Selling 2nd Hand Items for Cash to Neighbors illegal in Louisiana?



Are Homeland Security Fusion Centers really to keep track of criminal citizens who grow their own food, have independent minds, and barter for services and transact with cash with neighbors and members of their own communities?:


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The Federal Reserve and the price of Beer (w/ video)



Monday, October 24, 2011

Do Police in the State of Connecticut lack practice in behaving?

The police brutality and misconduct in the state of Connecticut would be comical, as it is so prevalent, if it really weren't so appalling. [my beef, scroll down in post]

Corrupt Traffic Cop taking Bribes cartoon [found here]

Cops around Connecticut are beset by controversy - Could that be a good thing?
[ source] with links
By Gregory B. Hladky

This story contains a correction.

What the hell is going on with Connecticut cops? The past 18 months have seen an eruption of scandals, arrests, resignations, retirements and investigations triggered by all sorts of allegations of police wrongdoing.

There are federal grand juries investigating police harassment and brutality in East Haven and Meriden. Bridgeport’s deputy chief is under FBI scrutiny for allegedly obstructing a murder investigation. In Windsor Locks**, father and son policemen are arrested after a fatal accident. One high-ranking New Britain commander is charged with drunk driving and commits suicide; another is placed on leave amid sexual harassment allegations. In New Haven, an assistant chief busts a citizen for recording a police arrest, then retires as controversy erupts.

And an outside review finds an “overwhelming atmosphere of paranoia and distrust” within Hartford police ranks, citing the department’s internal affairs unit as a prime villain.

This apparent flood of bad-cop news stories might give you the idea we’ve entered a new dark age of police rottenness. According to a lot of legal and law enforcement authorities in Connecticut, that’s not the case.

In fact, they believe all these police controversies may be a sign that times are changing for the better.

“I don’t think there is any new river of police misconduct emerging,” says Jonathan Einhorn, a veteran defense attorney and a former member of the New Haven police commission. “This is the old stuff that’s finally being pursued.”

John Williams, a New Haven lawyer who’s handled dozens of police brutality, misconduct and discrimination cases, has the same opinion. “It’s not in any way unique to Connecticut. It’s common wherever you have police departments.”

“I have always though that Connecticut, for all its [police] problems, is better than many places,” says Williams. “At least we care about it, we think about it.”

Gov. Dannel Malloy’s top criminal justice adviser, Michael Lawlor, believes Connecticut has “a big problem” with an erosion of public confidence in law enforcement, but insists our troubles are nowhere near as bad as what goes on in cities like New Orleans and Los Angeles. “I think we’d be on the plus side of the spectrum compared to a lot of the rest of the country.”
Experts like John DeCarlo, a University of New Haven associate professor and a former Branford police chief, say more of these misconduct cases are now coming to light because local, state and federal officials are a lot more inclined to investigate police wrongdoing than they were 10 or 20 years ago.

“Chiefs and police administrators are more willing to step up and not sweep things under the rug,” says DeCarlo, who spent 34 years in law enforcement.

“What’s evident and where there’s good news is that finally the federal government and local authorities are starting to take seriously allegations of police misconduct,” says Einhorn.

“Historically, putting police feet to the fire over misconduct has been like pulling teeth — nobody wanted to do it.”

Andrew Schneider, executive director of the Connecticut branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, agrees. He says U.S. Justice Department officials in the past “have not always been sufficiently aggressive in prosecuting cases of police misconduct.”

That attitude is beginning to change, Schneider adds, noting that he is seeing federal prosecutors “take an interest in the issue of racial profiling, which is great.”

West Hartford Police Chief James Strillacci argues that Connecticut police have become more professional in recent decades, and that they are more willing to investigate complaints of misconduct by fellow officers now than they were years ago.

Top law enforcement officials, defense attorneys and former cops all emphasize that the vast majority of police at every level are honest types who are working hard to uphold the law rather than break it.

That doesn’t mean everybody’s happy with what cops are up to these days. For example, police use — or misuse — of electronic stun guns or Tasers is becoming increasingly controversial.
Police across Connecticut are now armed with Tasers and are using them more often to subdue people they’re arresting. They say using the stun weapon is a safe and effective alternative to other types of force, like beating somebody over the head with a baton. Critics warn Tasers are being used too quickly and unnecessarily, such as a recent incident when a Middletown cop used a stun gun on a high-school kid who’d stolen a meat patty from the cafeteria.

There are also fears that Tasers can kill when used on the wrong person at the wrong time. Over a five-year period, at least nine people in Connecticut have died after being Tasered by police. The manufacturer and police officials insist Tasers were not the direct cause of any of those deaths.

The Malloy administration and the ACLU last year pushed for state guidelines and training standards for the use of Tasers, but that bill never won legislative approval.
Another ACLU-backed proposal would have given legal protection from arrest to citizens who record police activities. The bill was a response to several police busts of people for taking pictures of cops making arrests, but that measure was another casualty of the 2011 General Assembly session.

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Police officers, TSA agents among those arrested in oxycodone ring
From Florida to Connecticut: Police officers, TSA agents among those under arrest

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STAMFORD (Connecticut) -- Three Transportation Security Administration agents allowed a drug trafficker to smuggle tens of thousands of dollars in cash and prescription painkillers from Florida to Connecticut on domestic flights in exchange for hundreds of dollars in bribes, the U.S. attorney for Connecticut said Tuesday afternoon.

U.S. Attorney David B. Fein said 20 people were arrested in the investigation -- 16 on Monday and Tuesday -- of a drug ring involving a trafficker who made more than 65 trips via car or airplane from Florida to Connecticut in less than a year, carrying up to 8,000 pills of the powerful painkiller oxycodone each trip. The unidentified trafficker, who was arrested in April, sold the pills to dealers based in Waterbury.

Fein said the TSA agents, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper and a Westchester County, N.Y., police officer took thousands in bribes to help the trafficker smuggle pills onto domestic flights from the West Palm Beach International airport to the Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y.

"In these times, no one needs to be reminded about how dangerous it is when officers who have sworn to uphold the law accept money to look the other way," Fein said during a Tuesday news conference at the Stamford Police Department.

The investigation began April 8 at a Stamford hotel, when a federal Drug Enforcement Administration task force based in Bridgeport received information that someone with a large amount of oxycodone pills was coming there from Palm Beach, Fla., to sell them, according to federal court filings.

Authorities arrested the man -- who is not identified in a federal criminal complaint because he is a cooperating witness -- at the hotel. He had nearly 6,000 pills on him, according to the complaint.

Officers from the DEA and several Connecticut law enforcement agencies, including the Stamford Police Department, used recorded conversations and undercover buys to investigate the trafficking ring.

Fein said the cooperating witness acquired the oxycodone pills in Florida. Investigators are not sure how he acquired them, he said.

The accused trafficker agreed to cooperate with the DEA in exchange for leniency in a pending criminal case in Connecticut. He told investigators he began traveling to Connecticut last summer. A relative told him oxycodone sells for a much higher price in Connecticut than in Florida, according to the complaint. The trafficker began buying oxycodone in bulk and traveling from Florida several times each week either by commercial airlines or livery drivers, authorities said.

The TSA agents accepted gift cards or cash bribes and, in exchange, helped him travel through airport security with large amounts of cash and oxycodone pills, authorities said.

Two of the TSA agents arrested in the investigation, Christopher Allen, 45, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and John Best, 30, of Port St. Lucie, Fla., worked at the West Palm Beach International Airport. Brigitte Jones, 48, of the Bronx, N.Y., worked at Westchester County Airport.

Jones allegedly told the trafficker how to smuggle a gun through airport security, and made sure other TSA agents would not discover his stash of painkillers, the complaint states. The trafficker gave Jones $300 to $600 in cash or gift cards each trip, the complaint states.

" `I'll say my friend's coming over and no matter what happens they're just going to let you go through,' " Jones allegedly told the trafficker, according to a recorded conversation detailed in the complaint.

After his arrest, the accused trafficker arrested in April became a cooperating witness and helped authorities build a case.

Michael Brady, 36, of New York, a police officer working for the Westchester County Department of Public Safety, was also arrested. Authorities said he accepted up to $20,000 in cash bribes in Connecticut and New York and helped the accused trafficker move cash and drugs through Westchester County Airport.

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FBI Blacklisted Pete Seeger



If it happened to Dalton Trumbo in the past and nothing has been fixed, it can happen to you today.

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Blacklisted in the USA

It's hard to imagine, just talking with certain groups of people, breaking no laws, going to a political party meeting, exercising US Constitutional rights, and getting years in prison, unable to earn a living for life. To understand current blacklisting going on now in the US, you have to understand a little of its history.



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Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Color Purple and Solidarity with the Occupy Wall St. movement in NYC?

New Jersey film director Christopher Henze at Zuccoti Park photo, and idea to re-post video here, came from Rob Kall's article [found here]

Check out this video shot by Rob Kall: A Color for Occupy Wall Street? OWS

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I met New Jersey film director Christopher Henze at Zuccoti Park. He had a big pile of light purple strips of cloth wrapped around his neck and piled in front of him. He was giving them away.

He says "If you combine the colors of the American Flag you get light purple. The Occupy movement is not anti-American, it's ultra-American. It's too much right now to separate us into Red, Blue or White. The OWS movement represents a mix of the 99% which is light Purple."

Steven G. Erickson's comment to Rob Kall's article:

The Other meaning of Purple

Rob thanks for shooting this video and posting it. I will re-post it on my blog.

Some people may think of triangles and the color purple and associate a gay and lesbian agenda. I'm open minded and support free choice, free speech, and freedom. I hope most Americans get that it is an all inclusive movement not to be hijacked by other agendas.

It is all of us average people against the offshore corporate owners and banksters who have unlimited power and use of our money to bribe elected officials beyond our imagination. Let's not have the Sarah Palin effect as what happened with the Tea Party after that witch rode in on her broom.

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Jesse Ventura & Alex Jones Joins Occupy Wall Street And Tells It How It Is

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We are 99


Jesse Ventura rise of the Police State Fema Camp video [embedded here] scroll down

Friday, October 21, 2011

Jimmy Carter sold peanuts, Ronald Reagan helped sell Crack Cocaine

Colonel Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi image and bio [Wikipedia]

The offshore corporate banksters say it is okay to kill anyone against them, anywhere in the world. Any rightful owners of resources and assets, beware. Gaddafi was no saint. Killing without trials, torture, and confinement without charges is okay with you, right? Well, then why not celebrate Gaddafi's death?

Did Gaddafi care more about his own people than Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Ronald Reagan?

39th US President Jimmy Carter image and bio [Wikipedia]

The CIA and Offshore Corporate Banksters had nothing on Jimmy Carter. He couldn't be bought, he couldn't be blackmailed, they knew he was too moral to be threatened into doing wrong. I was first a Conservative Non-Religious Nut Republican, so I say what I say after seeing the light. I think the general opinion of Carter was wrong 30 years ago. True historical judgment, minus the lies and propaganda, will look at the greatness of Jimmy Carter differently.

40th US President Ronald Reagan image and bio [Wikipedia]

We needed Oliver North, the Reagan election committee seeing to it the US hostages in Iran were held after the election, and that Carter's military rescue plan failed with US troops being sacrificed for political black bag operations, to have the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980's. Was Reagan nothing more than a glorified drug lord?

America sells its soul, Iran Contra

Iran–Contra affair [Wikipedia source]

The Iran–Contra affair (Persian: ایران-کنترا, Spanish: caso Irán-contras), also referred to as Irangate, Contragate or Iran-Contra-Gate, was a political scandal in the United States that came to light in November 1986. During the Reagan administration, senior Reagan administration officials and President Reagan secretly facilitated the sale of arms to Iran, the subject of an arms embargo.[1] Some U.S. officials also hoped that the arms sales would secure the release of hostages and allow U.S. intelligence agencies to fund the Nicaraguan Contras. Under the Boland Amendment, further funding of the Contras by the government had been prohibited by Congress.

The scandal began as an operation to free American hostages being held by terrorist groups with Iranian ties. It was planned that Israel would ship weapons to Iran, and then the U.S. would resupply Israel and receive the Israeli payment. The Iranian recipients promised to do everything in their power to achieve the release of six U.S. hostages, who were being held by the Lebanese Shia Islamist group Hezbollah, who in turn were connected to the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution. The plan deteriorated into an arms-for-hostages scheme, in which members of the executive branch sold weapons to Iran in exchange for the release of the American hostages.[2][3] Large modifications to the plan were devised by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North of the National Security Council in late 1985, in which a portion of the proceeds from the weapon sales was diverted to fund anti-Sandinista and anti-communist rebels, or Contras, in Nicaragua.[4][5]

While President Ronald Reagan was a supporter of the Contra cause,[6] no conclusive evidence has been found showing that he authorized the diversion of the money raised by the Iranian arms sales to the Contras.[2][3][7] Handwritten notes taken by Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger indicate that Reagan was aware of potential hostages transfers with Iran, as well as the sale of Hawk and TOW missiles to what he was told were "moderate elements" within that country.[8] Oliver North, one of the central figures in the affair, wrote in a book that "Ronald Reagan knew of and approved a great deal of what went on with both the Iranian initiative and private efforts on behalf of the contras and he received regular, detailed briefings on both." Mr. North also writes: "I have no doubt that he was told about the use of residuals for the Contras, and that he approved it. Enthusiastically."[9] After the weapon sales were revealed in November 1986, Reagan appeared on national television and stated that the weapons transfers had indeed occurred, but that the United States did not trade arms for hostages.[10] To this day, it is unclear exactly what Reagan knew and when, and whether the arms sales were motivated by his desire to save the U.S. hostages. Notes taken December 7, 1985, by Defense Secretary Weinberger record that Reagan said that "he could answer charges of illegality but he couldn't answer charge [sic] that 'big strong President Reagan passed up a chance to free hostages.'"[8] The investigation was impeded when large volumes of documents relating to the scandal were destroyed or withheld from investigators by Reagan administration officials.[11] On March 4, 1987, Reagan returned to the airwaves in a nationally televised address, taking full responsibility for any actions that he was unaware of, and admitting that "what began as a strategic opening to Iran deteriorated, in its implementation, into trading arms for hostages."[12]

Several investigations ensued, including those by the United States Congress and the three-man, Reagan-appointed Tower Commission. Neither found any evidence that President Reagan himself knew of the extent of the multiple programs.[2][3][7] In the end, fourteen administration officials were indicted, including then-Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger. Eleven convictions resulted, some of which were vacated on appeal.[13] The rest of those indicted or convicted were all pardoned in the final days of the presidency of George H. W. Bush, who had been vice-president at the time of the affair.[14] Several of those involved in the Iran–Contra scandal, later became a member of the administration of George W. Bush. Only one, Elliott Abrams, was convicted of two misdemeanors and subsequently pardoned.[15]

The scandal

The scandal was composed of arms sales to Iran in violation of the official US policy of an arms embargo against Iran, and of using funds thus generated to arm and train the Contra militants based in Honduras as they waged a guerilla war to topple the government of Nicaragua.[16][17] The Contras' form of warfare was "one of consistent and bloody abuse of human rights, of murder, torture, mutilation, rape, arson, destruction and kidnapping."[18][19] The "Contras systematically engage in violent abuses... so prevalent that these may be said to be their principal means of waging war."[20] A Human Rights Watch report found that the Contras were guilty of targeting health care clinics and health care workers for assassination; kidnapping civilians; torturing and executing civilians, including children, who were captured in combat; raping women; indiscriminately attacking civilians and civilian homes; seizing civilian property; and burning civilian houses in captured towns.[21]

Direct funding of the Contras insurgency had been made illegal through the Boland Amendment,[7] the name given to three U.S. legislative amendments between 1982 and 1984 aimed at limiting US government assistance to the Contras militants. In violation of the Boland Amendment, senior officials of the Reagan administration continued to secretly arm and train the Contras and provide arms to Iran, an operation they called "the Enterprise".[22]

The project exposed

The scandal emerged when a Lebanese newspaper reported that the U.S. sold arms to Iran through Israel in exchange for the release of hostages by Hezbollah.[23] Letters sent by Oliver North to John Poindexter support this.[24][25] The Israeli ambassador to the U.S. has said that the reason weapons were eventually sold directly to Iran was to establish links with elements of the military in the country.[citation needed]

Arms transactions

Michael Ledeen, a consultant of National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane, requested assistance from Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres for help in the sale of arms to Iran.[26][27] At the time, Iran was in the midst of the Iran–Iraq War and could find few Western nations willing to supply it with weapons.[28] The idea behind the plan was for Israel to ship weapons through an intermediary (identified as Manucher Ghorbanifar)[2] to a supposedly moderate, politically influential Iranian group opposed to the Ayatollah Khomeni;[29] after the transaction, the U.S. would reimburse Israel with the same weapons, while receiving monetary benefits. The Israeli government required that the sale of arms meet high level approval from the United States government, and when Robert McFarlane convinced them that the U.S. government approved the sale, Israel obliged by agreeing to sell the arms.[26]

In 1985, President Reagan entered Bethesda Naval Hospital for colon cancer surgery. While the President was recovering in the hospital, McFarlane met with him and told him that Representatives from Israel had contacted the National Security Agency to pass on confidential information from what Reagan later described as "moderate" Iranians opposed to the Ayatollah.[29] According to Reagan, these Iranians sought to establish a quiet relationship with the United States, before establishing formal relationships upon the death of the Ayatollah.[29] In Reagan's account, McFarlane told Reagan that the Iranians, to demonstrate their seriousness, offered to persuade the Hezbollah terrorists to release the seven U.S. hostages.[30] McFarlane met with the Israeli intermediaries;[31] Reagan claims that he allowed this because he believed that establishing relations with a strategically located country, and preventing the Soviet Union from doing the same, was a beneficial move.[29] Although Reagan claims that the arms sales were to a "moderate" faction of Iranians, the Walsh Iran/Contra Report states that the arms sales were "to Iran" itself,[32] which was under the control of the Ayatollah.

Following the Israeli-U.S. meeting, Israel requested permission from the U.S. to sell a small number of TOW antitank missiles (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided) to the "moderate" Iranians,[30] saying that it would demonstrate that the group actually had high-level connections to the U.S. government.[30] Reagan initially rejected the plan, until Israel sent information to the U.S. showing that the "moderate" Iranians were opposed to terrorism and had fought against it.[33] Now having a reason to trust the "moderates", Reagan approved the transaction, which was meant to be between Israel and the "moderates" in Iran, with the U.S. reimbursing Israel.[30] In his 1990 autobiography An American Life, Reagan claimed that he was deeply committed to securing the release of the hostages; it was this compassion that supposedly motivated his support for the arms initiatives.[2] The president requested that the "moderate" Iranians do everything in their capability to free the hostages held by Hezbollah.[34]

A BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missile

According to The New York Times, the United States supplied the following arms to Iran:[35]

  • August 20, 1985. 96 TOW anti-tank missiles
  • September 14, 1985. 408 more TOWs
  • November 24, 1985. 18 Hawk anti-aircraft missiles
  • February 17, 1986. 500 TOWs
  • February 27, 1986. 500 TOWs
  • May 24, 1986. 508 TOWs, 240 Hawk spare parts
  • August 4, 1986. More Hawk spares
  • October 28, 1986. 500 TOWs

First arms sale

In 1981, The CIA began selling arms to Iran at high prices, using the profits to arm the Contras fighting the Sandinista government in Nicaragua. President Reagan vows that the Sandinistas will be "pressured" until "they say ‘uncle.’" The US also sends military advisors to El Salvador.[36]

In July 1985, Israel sent American-made BGM-71 TOW antitank missiles to Iran through an arms dealer named Manucher Ghorbanifar, a friend of Iran's Prime Minister, Mir-Hossein Mousavi.[citation needed] Hours after receiving the weapons, the Islamic fundamentalist group Islamic Jihad (that later evolved into Hezbollah) released one hostage they had been holding in Lebanon, the Reverend Benjamin Weir.[26]

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Video that should shock you, if you haven't already connected the dots, or even if you have, check video [found here] and the exposing of the US Drug War Hoax [Here]

[My beef]


United States Marine Corps. Sgt. Shamar Thomas from Roosevelt, NY gets over 2,000,000 hits on a video where he questions New York City Police brutality present at the Occupy Wall St. Movement, video embedded at the bottom of [this post].


Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Defense Secretary Panetta: Wrong on Military Spending

I found the above image and below video [here on] with interesting links and text. Please check out link.

It is complete BS 75% of our tax dollars on [drug running CIA], a US Military run by offshore corporate banksters, for policing to guard the government and for collecting revenue, for rigged courts, and bloated and out of control state governments and a piece of crap federal government.

Job losses caused by sensible Pentagon spending is pure hogwash. The wholesale rip off of the American people is what is causing job loss. The loss of freedoms is only a symptom of the greater disease.

[Connecticut State Police told me] I would be arrested, lose my property, go to prison, and be ruined for life using their cut-outs, called Connecticut State Police Confidential Informants if I got in the way of criminals, crime, and drug dealing. I talk about that [here].

I was told directly by police officers that reporting heroin and crack cocaine dealing, prostitution, and even vandalism was felony interfering with police as they might have an ongoing investigation of these criminals. That is bogus, they protect criminals and go after non-connected families, homeowners, and small business owners. The Connecticut State Police negatively impact the state and US economy. So do the courts. The problem is not just Connecticut, it is nationwide.

Please watch the 2 parts of the documentary, "The US Drug War: The Last White Hope", at bottom of post. The whole crack down on the American people might just be because African Americans and those of Spanish ethic backgrounds may soon outnumber Whites. Those who rip us off don't want to be voted out of world domination, and to be able to abuse us at will.

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Defense Secretary Panetta: Wrong on Military Spending

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Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is flagrantly advocating for war profiteers at the expense of real security for the American people. He's trying to browbeat Congress and other officials into continuing to send huge sums of our money to war profiteers who are killing jobs and ripping off the taxpayer. Our new video busts Panetta's scare tactics and talking points--share it with your friends.

Parts 1 and 2 of The US Drug War: The Last White Hope

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Monday, October 17, 2011

The CIA, DEA, Cocaine, and Heroin, BS Exposed

Image [found here]

The American Drug War: The Last White Hope, a documentary covering the CIA smuggling drugs [embedded in this post]

Skull and Bones complicity in drug trafficking covered by the James Corbett Report [also embedded in this post]

Should taxpayers fund heroin and cocaine smuggling? Should the US Military be a mere tool of offshore corporate bankster interests, not a protector of Americans in America?


Saturday, October 15, 2011

Entrapment USA

When a bank gets caught laundering billions in heroin and cocaine trafficker money what does that mean when the bankers get a slap on the wrist? Are the CIA, FBI, NSA, DEA etc using tax dollars to find criminals to commit crimes to bilk Americans while taking away rights? Does Obama deserve to be arrested and prosecuted for his role in using the ATF to send guns to Mexican Drug Cartels, "Fast and Furious", to attack the 2nd Amendment?

US State Department Hillary Clinton, witch on broomstick image [found here]

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Welcome back to - the video series from
Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most
important developments in alternative news and open source
intelligence. This week:

Story #1: Will US Exploit Dubious Terror Case to Attack Iran?
Update: 'Underwear Bomber' Abruptly Pleads Guilty, Keeping
'Well-Dressed Man' a Mystery

Story #2: Congress Issues Subpoena for Holder, Others in 'Fast and
Furious' Probe
Flashback: Could Gun-Running Scandal Bring Down Obama Admin?
Background: Corbett Report Interview w/ Bill Conroy of NarcoNews

Story #3: Virus Infects Creech AFB Systems Piloting Attack Drones Overseas
NWNW Flashback: Feds Foil Remote-Controlled Terror Attack on Washington
Related: CIA Used Pirated, Inaccurate Software to Target Drone Attacks
Update: Military Says Computer Virus Wasn't Directed at Drones

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Bill Conroy on Bogus Drug War

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Bill Conroy, investigative reporter for NarcoNews, joins us to discuss the strange developments in the case of accused Mexican drug trafficker Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla and the broader issue of American intelligence involvement in Latin American drug running.

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Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla image [found here]

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stevengerickson AT Yahoo Dot Com

My beef with the US Government, the courts, and the Connecticut State Police, text [found here]. The nation's police brutality and judicial misconduct is getting as bad as in the State of Connecticut.

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Private Prisons and the American Police State


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Information about the documentary, "The American Drug War: The Last White Hope", found here:


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A question posed to US Congressman Joe Courtney



Thursday, October 13, 2011

Police Complicity in Suiciding Whistleblower who exposed Iraq War WMD Fraud

When police in the USA and UK merge with CIA like intelligence and conduct black bag type operations inside country, it is only a bad thing. What does it mean to have a Soviet style of policing in the UK and USA becomes blatantly obvious? Can we believe anything police say? Should we question what they are doing? Should we rise up and make government fix the problems?

Wikipedia photos from Iraq War [found here] with text and information on that war.

Scroll down for video below if you'd like the meat of the story, and if you don't want to read my rant.

My own personal reasons for posting a story like this, is my continued disbelieve that I would be followed around, sometimes by officers in two cruisers, for writing about police brutality, public corruption, and judicial misconduct while having the audacity to propose legislation to elected officials to remedy the problems. Police should have been following criminals around if they are being paid tax dollars to protect the public, not just following covert policies of a corrupt government agenda. [Story links to the Cheshire Home Invasion in Connecticut]

If three arrests occur on, or near, your business or property in Connecticut, it can be seized under a nuisance statute. I was tipped that organized crime members associated with town hall, Stafford Springs Connecticut governing officials, Connecticut State Police, and riggers of Connecticut courts were out to find an excuse to seize my property and railroad me to prison for my exercising Free Speech rights and for proposing legislation to deal with police complicit heroin and crack cocaine trafficking, racketeering, and public corruption.

To punish me, Connecticut State Police instituted a "No Dating" policy on me, threatened my life, and sent police informants out to terrorize me and set me up for prison. My property was awarded to [Peter J. Coukos] by police for his help him sexually harassing, and terrorizing my then 14 year old daughter. Coukos is known to sleep with prostitutes, says his preferred sexual partner is 6 to 8 years old girls or boys, is known to have been addicted to crack cocaine and alcohol, and allegedly was yelling the N-word repeatedly as he smashed into an African American woman's car intoxicated over miles of road for his DUI. Connecticut State Police and Stafford Springs Police allegedly helped Coukos get a carry permit for pistols for assaulting me and threatening my life in voicemails. Coukos tried to extort $30,000 from me and I asked the FBI for help and was ignored. Coukos threatened to make a false police complaint where he said I would get serious time, saying he'd make a false complaint involving me and a gun if I didn't pay him.

Coukos sought out my then pregnant 5'11 beauty live in girlfriend, Melody. I believe she was pregnant with twin boys from her visits to doctors. After Coukos found her, and pulled his shit, she left me, and got an abortion, and I never saw her again. Before Peter Coukos sought her out, Melody and I were talking about marriage and moving out of Hell Hole Connecticut. I wonder if Peter Coukos' help in preventing me dating was part of Connecticut Troop C Connecticut State Police agenda, as part of their retaliation against me. Coukos reward was to get the benefit of hundreds of thousands of dollars of my life's work, my rental property which I acquired and spent five years hard labor fixing up from a boarded up condition, inside and out. My daughter has not said, "I love you Daddy", or even called me, "Daddy", or been part of my life since I was railroaded to prison about ten years ago. Thank you Connecticut Courts, Connecticut State Police, State Senator Tony Guglielmok, John A. Kissel, and Peter J. Coukos.

This is the same crap policing the rest of you get. These are the same rigged, citizen abusing, revenue collecting courts the rest of you have to deal with too. Shouldn't you make a change for a better America? Shouldn't more of you say, "I'm not going to take it anymore," and then do something? [my beef with pictures]

I'm not buying new cars, spending money going out to eat, traveling, buying things, pay taxes, and I don't write $5500 to $6500 in checks a month, I no longer write checks. You the taxpayer paid to take me down and paid $76 plus a day for my stay in jail and to estrange me from my family, making me almost unemployable for life. You paid to help hurt the economy. Connecticut State Police fucked over new car dealers, restaurants, the local hardware and auto parts stores in the Stafford Springs, Connecticut, area, and did their bit to help ruin the US Economy.

-stevengerickson AT Yahoo Dot Com

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Dr. David Kelly: The Battle for an Inquest -- GRTV Backgrounder

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On July 18, 2003, British biowarfare expert and UN weapons inspector David Kelly was found dead on Harrowdown Hill, near his home in Oxfordshire. Ruled a suicide by the official judicial inquiry chaired by Lord Hutton, now a group of British doctors is challenging the Attorney General's decision not to hold a coroner's inquest into the death, citing the overlooked, suppressed and modified evidence suggesting Dr. Kelly was murdered. This is the GRTV Backgrounder on The Death of Dr. David Kelly.

Sunday, October 09, 2011

Fed is The Engine of Our Destruction: Stewart Rhodes Reports

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I've placed a link below. What does all this mean in the real world? I can only say what I've seen with my own eyes with the best conviction. Human nature is human nature. There is no Homeland Fusion Center mentality that is above human nature. That is why they need oversight, civilian oversight. If you choose to look at the links, examples of why these people need to be watched, watching you, is apparent. They have already proven they'll steal your money to the last dollar. So, where's your trust?

Is there a connection between all this citizen abuse, rip offs, Homeland Security, The Federal Reserve Bank, Patriot Act, all these out of control wars of occupation, and Americans just randomly rising up against all these organized criminals?

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Aaron Dykes interviews Oath keepers, Stewart Rhodes about our greatest enemy being the federal reserve, and why we must abolish it for good!

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What Homeland Security really looks like


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