Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Globalists will eat us or keep us as pets


Chicken getting its head chopped off with an axe [stolen from here]

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As a former investment banker and Assistant Secretary of Housing, Catherine Austin Fitts spent years learning how the system really works. Now, she spends her time teaching people about that system and how they can invest their time, effort and money in building a system that works to generate real wealth.

This is the GRTV Feature Interview with your host James Corbett and our special guest, Catherine Austin Fitts.



Real Wealth vs. The Debt Bubble - Catherine Austin Fitts on GRTV


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Press Passes for the Masses?


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International corporations and bankers own the mainstream media. They make Hollywood propaganda films in all over to play at corporate bankster movie houses. It is time that independent blog sites and independent news sites started issuing press passes. [my thoughts with a picture of shocked monkey]

Some links: http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2012/02/police-surveillance-for-wa... Lawrence, Massachusetts, click on pictures to make bigger. All pictures taken by Steven G. Erickson.

Yale University has only gotten rid of art displaying "The Good Ole Slaving Day", New Haven, Connecticut, part of that story: http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2007/05/celebrating-good-ole-slaving-da...

Press Pass for Masses: http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2012/02/im-having-look-like-this.html
hoping that Rob Kall of opednews.com, James Corbett of the Corbett
Report, Alex Jones, or some independent news outlets starts issuing
press passes to citizens like me. A $40 price would be fair to help
support their efforts.

Michael Nowacki New Canaan Connecticut no-wackileaks.com link and info: http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2012/02/no-wackileakscom.html

Do judges and lawyers take a secret oath that voids and nullifies the US Constitution?: http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2012/02/are-judges-oath-pledging-alleg...

The
Jewish Mafia, Free Masons, secret societies, raising bond money, the
bar association, working for the courts, making illegal money in secret,
furthering the international banking and corporate New World Order
agenda shown in bios of these Connecticut Legislative Judiciary
Committee members: http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2006/10/conflict-of-interest.html

You should be aware of your local Homeland Security DHS Fusion Center location in your state. Find it here: http://judicialmisconduct.blogspot.com/2011/03/fusion-center-locations-and-in...

Blog critical of an elected official, be put on a secret police enemies arrest on sight list: http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2010/01/target-on-enemies-list.html

The Rich Murzin Family saga: http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2007/01/beyond-ridiculous.html

Ritt
Golstein proposed civilian oversight of police legislation in the State
of Connecticut at a special hearing, Dec. '96, and then was so
terrorized by police he fled to Sweden seeking political asylum after
making this video:
http://youtu.be/xdDIp5PlW60

All
my content on a Free Speech website after I testified live on CT-N
saying that word searches for Connecticut State Police brutality,
judicial misconduct etc led to my posts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAmplGVLl6Q
when I was getting 5000 to 10,000 hits a day. I was recognized for my
efforts supporting divorced fathers and non-custodial parents when I was
working in Gulfport Mississippi and New Orleans Louisiana in 2005 just
from my blogs.


stevengerickson At yahoo.com


http://thesrv.blogspot.com/2012/02/red-fellas-jewish-mafia-exposed.html


http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2011/03/new-world-order-kkk-type-world.html

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Update on Rob Dew's G20 Wrongful Arrest Lawsuit: Infowars Nightly News


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Kurt Nimmo
http://www.infowars.com/
http://twitter.com/#!/RealAlexJones
February 20, 2012

On the Monday, February 20 edition of Infowars Nightly News, host Rob Dew talks with Aaron Dykes about Alex's speech in Dallas. Dew and Dykes also cover other assorted news items, including:

It's about the oil, stupid. Iran has unceremoniously brought to a halt oil sales to Britain and France, two European countries that have teamed up with the United States and Israel in evolving preparations to attack the country over its alleged nuclear weapons program.

Oil prices are now at a nine month high as Saudi Arabia announces it plans to cut production while prices for beleaguered consumers are poised to go through the ceiling.

Scientists are growing artificial hamburger meat in vats of bovine fetal cells to the eager anticipation of large corporations ready to cash in on the bizarre science fiction scheme.

An ambitious plan to monitor and catalog all phone calls and emails has been revitalized in Britain despite an earlier pledge to respect the privacy of British citizens.

Mega-internet corporation Google has bypassed privacy settings on the iphones of unwitting customers in a quest to data-track and monitor web-browsing habits of people who want that sort of intrusive behavior blocked on their devices.

Paul Craig Roberts on efforts by the government to crack down on critics -- from antiwar activists to Judge Napolitano and his popular Fox Business show.

And finally, how Moore's Law is about to be challenged by the development of a single phosphorus atom into a working transistor.



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The below cut and pasted from the UK Guardian [source]

Bruce Springsteen: 'What was done to my country was un-American'


Bruce Springsteen at the 2012 Grammy awards
'Pessimism and optimism slam against each other in my music' … Bruce Springsteen. Photograph: Kevin Mazur/WireImage


The Boss explains why there is a critical, questioning and angry patriotism at the heart of his new album Wrecking Ball

by Fiachra Gibbons



At a Paris press conference on Thursday night, Bruce Springsteen was asked whether he was advocating an armed uprising in America. He laughed at the idea, but that the question was even posed at all gives you some idea of the fury of his new album Wrecking Ball.

Indeed, it is as angry a cry from the belly of a wounded America as has been heard since the dustbowl and Woody Guthrie, a thundering blow of New Jersey pig iron down on the heads of Wall Street and all who have sold his country down the swanny. Springsteen has gone to the great American canon for ammunition, borrowing from folk, civil war anthems, Irish rebel songs and gospel. The result is a howl of pain and disbelief as visceral as anything he has ever produced, that segues into a search for redemption: "Hold tight to your anger/ And don't fall to your fears … Bring on your wrecking ball."

"I have spent my life judging the distance between American reality and the American dream," Springsteen told the conference, where the album was aired for the first time. It was written, he claimed, not just out of fury but out of patriotism, a patriotism traduced.

"What was done to our country was wrong and unpatriotic and un-American and nobody has been held to account," he later told the Guardian. "There is a real patriotism underneath the best of my music but it is a critical, questioning and often angry patriotism."



The tone is set from the start with the big, bombastic We Take Care of Our Own – a Born in the USA for our times – where the most sacred shibboleth of Ordinary Joe America is sung with mocking irony through clenched teeth by a heart that still wants it to be true. "From the shotgun shack to the Superdome/ There ain't no help, the cavalry stayed home." It is a typical Springsteen appeal to a common decency beyond the civil war he sees sapping America.

Like Born in the USA, which got pressed into service as the anthem of the first Gulf war, he's aware it has the potential to be hijacked by the angry right. But Springsteen says that to anyone who cares to listen to the lyrics, the message is clear.

"A big promise has been broken. You can't have a United States if you are telling some folks that they can't get on the train. There is a cracking point where a society collapses. You can't have a civilisation where something is factionalised like this."

Springsteen plunges into darker, richer musical landscapes in a sequence of breath-taking protest songs – Easy Money, Shackled and Drawn, Jack of All Trades, the scarily bellicose Death to My Hometown and This Depression with Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine – before the album turns on Wrecking Ball in search of some spiritual path out of the mess the US is in.

But it is also an ode to hard work, to the dignity it brings, and the blue-collar values he claims made America:

"Freedom son's a dirty shirt
The sun on my face and my shovel in the dirt
A shovel in the dirt keeps the devil gone
I woke up this morning shackled and drawn"

Asked where the fury of this lyric had come from, he talks movingly of his father who had been "emasculated by losing his job" in the 70s and never recovered from the damage to his pride. "Unemployment is a really devastating thing. I know the damage it does to families. Growing up in that house there were things you couldn't say. It was a minefield. My mother was the breadwinner. She was steadfast and relentless and I took that from her.

"Pessimism and optimism are slammed up against each other in my records, the tension between them is where it's all at, it's what lights the fire."

Hope is there. But it is a tempered hope. Land of Hope and Dreams is a plea for America's newest immigrants, those risking their lives to ride the trains up from central America. "This train … carries saints and sinners … losers and winners … whores and gamblers … Dreams will not be thwarted … Faith will be rewarded."

Springsteen, 62, says he is not afraid of how the album will be received in election-year America: "The temper has changed. And people on the streets did it. Occupy Wall Street changed the national conversation – the Tea Party had set it for a while. The first three years of Obama were under them.

"Previous to Occupy Wall Street, there was no push back at all saying this was outrageous – a basic theft that struck at the heart of what America was about, a complete disregard for the American sense of history and community … In Easy Money the guy is going out to kill and rob, just like the robbery spree that has occurred at the top of the pyramid – he's imitating the guys on Wall Street. An enormous fault line cracked the American system right open whose repercussion we are only starting to be feel.

"Nobody had talked about income inequality in America for decades – apart from John Edwards – but no one was listening. But now you have Newt Gingrich talking about 'vulture capitalism' – Newt Gingrich! – that would not have happened without Occupy Wall Street."

The tone is set from the start with the big, bombastic We Take Care of Our Own – a Born in the USA for our times – where the most sacred shibboleth of Ordinary Joe America is sung with mocking irony through clenched teeth by a heart that still wants it to be true. "From the shotgun shack to the Superdome/ There ain't no help, the cavalry stayed home." It is a typical Springsteen appeal to a common decency beyond the civil war he sees sapping America.

Like Born in the USA, which got pressed into service as the anthem of the first Gulf war, he's aware it has the potential to be hijacked by the angry right. But Springsteen says that to anyone who cares to listen to the lyrics, the message is clear.

"A big promise has been broken. You can't have a United States if you are telling some folks that they can't get on the train. There is a cracking point where a society collapses. You can't have a civilisation where something is factionalised like this."

Springsteen plunges into darker, richer musical landscapes in a sequence of breath-taking protest songs – Easy Money, Shackled and Drawn, Jack of All Trades, the scarily bellicose Death to My Hometown and This Depression with Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine – before the album turns on Wrecking Ball in search of some spiritual path out of the mess the US is in.

But it is also an ode to hard work, to the dignity it brings, and the blue-collar values he claims made America:

"Freedom son's a dirty shirt
The sun on my face and my shovel in the dirt
A shovel in the dirt keeps the devil gone
I woke up this morning shackled and drawn"

Asked where the fury of this lyric had come from, he talks movingly of his father who had been "emasculated by losing his job" in the 70s and never recovered from the damage to his pride. "Unemployment is a really devastating thing. I know the damage it does to families. Growing up in that house there were things you couldn't say. It was a minefield. My mother was the breadwinner. She was steadfast and relentless and I took that from her.

"Pessimism and optimism are slammed up against each other in my records, the tension between them is where it's all at, it's what lights the fire."

Hope is there. But it is a tempered hope. Land of Hope and Dreams is a plea for America's newest immigrants, those risking their lives to ride the trains up from central America. "This train … carries saints and sinners … losers and winners … whores and gamblers … Dreams will not be thwarted … Faith will be rewarded."

Springsteen, 62, says he is not afraid of how the album will be received in election-year America: "The temper has changed. And people on the streets did it. Occupy Wall Street changed the national conversation – the Tea Party had set it for a while. The first three years of Obama were under them.

"Previous to Occupy Wall Street, there was no push back at all saying this was outrageous – a basic theft that struck at the heart of what America was about, a complete disregard for the American sense of history and community … In Easy Money the guy is going out to kill and rob, just like the robbery spree that has occurred at the top of the pyramid – he's imitating the guys on Wall Street. An enormous fault line cracked the American system right open whose repercussion we are only starting to be feel.

"Nobody had talked about income inequality in America for decades – apart from John Edwards – but no one was listening. But now you have Newt Gingrich talking about 'vulture capitalism' – Newt Gingrich! – that would not have happened without Occupy Wall Street."

This blogger doesn't believe that Barack Obama had anything to do with killing Osama bin Laden. His body dumped at sea, just more crap. Maybe Osama wasn't even alive around 9/11, plus or minus. Just more lies, like lies into the Vietnam War. International corporation owners and banksters get rich charging interest for paying back money they stole from us. Just this blogger's opinion ...


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[click here] for post on GMO Genetically Modified Food, the poison Round-up in citizens' urine in high levels, Wal-Mart, Willie Nelson Protest, Monsanto, and videos.

The [Michael Nowacki] of New Canaan Connecticut CT-N February 17, 2012, video where Mike really lets Connecticut legislators have it at the Hartford Connecticut Capitol LOB Legislative Office Building at Public Hearing held by the Judiciary Committee, [embedded here].

[Steven G. Erickson LiveLeak.com video uploads click here]

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Invisible People Project Trailer


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Kindling Group is starting a new production, Invisible People, that highlights the work of Mark Horvath (invisiblepeople.tv) and shines a light on the homeless crisis in the US. Distributed by Tubemogul.

http://invisiblepeople.tv/blog/

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Steven G. Erickson
stevengerickson At yahoo.com
PO Box Eight Seven Four Brattleboro VT 05302

My mugshot:
http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/2011/02/letter-text-to-us-vermont-senators.html

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