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Celebrities and Gun riGhts
Who makes more sense? Bruce Willis or Chris Rock?
When celebrities open their mouths the world listens. With two celebrities
talking about gun control in the media today, it is interesting to take a peek
and fnd out if either of them makes any sense.
it happened here
The evidence of a police state that already exists.
paul Craig roberts
semi auto ConfisCation plans
proposed in California
California lawmakers are proposing an anti-second amendment
law that will rival the one recently passed in New York
Radioactive scrap metal imports on the rise, guess what gets
manufactured with it
dhs is set to purChase a furhter
21.6 million rounds of ammunition
This adds to the 1.6 billion bullets they have already obtained
over the course of the last 10 months
paul Joseph Watson
after the tribulation
New Movie Review
six Year old Girl expelled
For Bringing Plastic Toy Gun to Show and Tell
Civil War 2
Why the Elite Would Lose a Civil War. Every indication clearly suggests that
authorities in the U.S. are preparing for widespread civil unrest.
deClaration of independenCe 2.0.
restorinG the republiC.
A look back at when Alex Jones called for a second American Revolution led by states who would reconstitute the
Republic under the terms of the Declaration of Independence, bill of rights and constitution.
paul Joseph Watson
Join or die
What’s behind the punishment for
faKe Guns in sChools?
Should we assume that because cops and school offcials can’t stop
real crimes, they’re settling for stopping fake crimes?
paul Joseph Watson
nY street bodY sCanners
Machines violate Fourth Amendment, and can
“unzip” DNA, according to studies
We know that GMO consumption has been linked to a host of serious
conditions, but one thing we are not so sure about is the recent
discovery of a hidden viral gene deep within genetically modifed crops
Civil War 2: inside the mind of the establishment
6th Graders asKed to desiGn
Curriculum used in 70 percent of school districts in
Texas labeled “mind control”
paul Joseph Watson
Congress Can Cut Their Hair to the Tune of 5.1 Million Taxpayer-
Dollars But Can’t Cut Their Budget?
Paul Craig Roberts
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“Now who’s your daddy, Ms.
and Mr. America???”
“The only time I would ever
consider using this weapon
would be to convince my boss
to keep my failure of a show
on the air. Every one of my 14
viewers would agree.”
fort Worth, texas
“Piss on your Constitution you
“The name’s guns.
“I don’t always support the
Second Amendment, but when
I do I use an ‘assault rifle’”
adio host Alex Jones has
called for a second Ameri-
can Revolution led by states,
who would secede from the
federal government and re-
constitute the Republic un-
der the terms of the Decla-
ration of Independence, Bill
of Rights and Constitution.
The call for Americans to
rally behind a restoration of
the Republic and the Bill of
Rights comes on the back of a burgeoning secessionist
movement that has swept the country with residents
from all 50 states submitting petitions to the White
House calling for states to withdraw from the union
and form their own independent governments. The pe-
titions have received a combined number of signatures
totaling over a million.
During a nationwide broadcast Nov. 16, 2012, Jones
laid out the battle plan for secession, emphasizing that
states must frst secede from the federal government,
which has gone rogue, and then use the terms of the
Declaration of Independence to restore the Republic,
not create a new country.
Jones stressed that he was calling for a cultural resto-
ration in the spirit of the Bill of Rights – a newly unifed
America under the Constitution – and not a violent over-
throw, noting that it was the states that created the Con-
stitution and the federal government in the frst place.
Jones noted that the only course to restoring liberty
was clear – “To follow the founding document of the
Republic, the Declaration of Independence, wherein it
is clearly stated that it is the right and the duty of the
American people, when their government becomes de-
structive and tyrannical, to abolish and reconstitute it
in a form that protects our liberties.”
“We are not calling for secession to form new sep-
arate countries, we are calling for secession because
the states created the Constitution, Bill of Rights and
federal government, and the federal government itself
has been hijacked by foreign special interests – mainly
banking cartels,” said Jones.
“I am calling for people to be educated about how we
can secede to restore the Republic,” said Jones, warn-
ing that the media was attempting to characterize the
entire movement as a plot to bring down America when
in fact America has already been captured and taken
over by the political and fnancial elite.
“This is the states putting their foot down and say-
ing we are going to reconstitute the federal govern-
ment under the Bill of Rights and Constitution, we’re
going to kick out the bureaucrats, the lobbyists, the
foreign criminals, and the Federal Reserve who have
taken over,” explained Jones.
The radio host also put the call out for Congressman
Ron Paul to head up such a movement and utilize his
vast network of grass roots liberty-loving activists to
lead the charge, as well as using his contacts in each
state to begin the process of secession in the legislature.
Harvard constitutional law scholar and adviser to
Ron Paul, Edwin Viera, appeared on the syndicated ra-
dio broadcast and agreed with Alex Jones’ constitution-
al battle plan, with the Declaration of Independence as
the centerpiece of legal authority.
Ron Paul’s former congressional chief of staff and
founder of the Von Mises institute, Lew Rockwell, also
appeared on the special broadcast and concurred with
Jones’ strategy that now is the time to launch our offen-
sive and restore the Republic.
The right of the people to reconstitute their govern-
ment if it becomes oppressive and onerous is clearly
outlined in the Declaration of Independence.
“That to secure these rights, Governments are insti-
tuted among Men, deriving their just powers from the
consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of
Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the
Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to in-
stitute new Government, laying its foundation on such
principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to
them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and
Happiness,” reads the Preamble, Declaration of Inde-
pendence, July 4, 1776.
In the aftermath of petitions from all 50 states to
secede being posted on the White House website and
signed by over a million Americans, the secessionist
movement has been portrayed as anti-American, un-
patriotic and even treasonous. In reality, as Ron Paul
has emphasized, it is as American as apple pie and
The most popular petition out of all 50 that have been
posted on the White House website applies to Texas
and reads as follows;
“The U.S. continues to suffer economic diffculties
stemming from the federal government’s neglect to
reform domestic and foreign spending. The citizens of
the U.S. suffer from blatant abuses of their rights such
as the NDAA, the TSA, etc. Given that the state of Texas
maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest
economy in the world, it is practically feasible for Texas
to withdraw from the union, and to do so would pro-
tect it’s citizens’ standard of living and re-secure their
rights and liberties in accordance with the original
ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers which are no
longer being refected by the federal government.”
The call for states to secede from the union, one now
backed by over a million Americans, is part of a wid-
er disenfranchisement with how the country has been
infested and hijacked by a crony political elite and the
principles of the founders decimated.
As more than one million Americans express their
disenfranchisement with the federal government by
supporting a secessionist movement that has spread
like wildfre, it is time to call for a new declaration of
independence and a new commitment to restore the
Republic in the face of an enemy that has subverted
America from within.
The United States government has been seized by
domestic and foreign banking cartels. This fact is so
transparently obvious that talking heads on CNBC
now laugh about it.
While Americans are being told to brace for tax hikes,
spending cuts and a myriad of other austerity mea-
sures, the Federal Reserve has been sending trillions of
dollars to foreign banks.
The federal government is supposed to represent the
states, but it doesn’t, it represents the interests of the
political and banking elite who themselves have no al-
legiance whatsoever to America.
Infowars is calling on patriots to start a movement
to draft Ron Paul as the head of a brand new effort
to restore the Republic, restore the Bill of Rights and
opt out of the counterfeit America the banking elite has
subverted and fashioned to serve their own interests.
The establishment media is already demonizing the
secessionist movement as a rag-tag group of fringe
kooks and paranoid racists, when in reality as the Dai-
ly Caller uncovered, it is comprised of former Marines,
parents, business owners and ordinary mechanics.
Meanwhile, Obama supporters and other statists
have called on the government to punish those putting
their signatures to the secession petitions by having
them stripped of their citizenship, deported and exiled.
It’s time to re-assert the narrative on secession and
put it in its proper context, which is not an infantile
reaction to the fact that Barack Obama won the elec-
tion, but an expression of extreme uneasiness at the
direction in which the country is heading, a wide-
spread discontent that has been ongoing for long be-
fore Obama even took offce, and a new commitment
calling on states to nullify unconstitutional laws and
regulations and secede from the increasingly tyranni-
cal federal government.
In Ron Paul’s Congressional farewell speech, he skew-
ered authoritarianism in all its forms and captured the
true spirit of liberty which should drive the movement
to secede from the federal government and reconstitute
America under the Declaration of Independence.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and a writer for In-
fowars.com and PrisonPlanet.com. He is the author of
“Order Out Of Chaos,” and also a host of the Infowars
written by Paul JosePh Watson
There is a crucial economic imperative as to why the elite is
seeking to engineer and exploit social unrest.
As respected investigative reporter Greg Palast exposed in 2001,
the global banking elite, namely the World Bank and the IMF,
have honed a technique that has allowed them to asset-strip nu-
merous other countries in the past – that technique has come to be
known at the “IMF riot.”
In April 2001, Palast obtained leaked World Bank documents
that outlined a four step process on how to loot nations of their
wealth and infrastructure, placing control of resources into the
hands of the banking elite.
One of the fnal steps of the process, the “IMF riot,” detailed how
the elite would plan for mass civil unrest ahead of time that would
have the effect of scaring off investors and causing government
“This economic arson has its bright side – for foreigners, who
can then pick off remaining assets at fre sale prices,” writes Pa-
last, adding, “A pattern emerges. There are lots of losers but the
clear winners seem to be the western banks and US Treasury.”
In other words, the banking elite creates the very economic en-
vironment – soaring interest rates, spiraling food prices, poverty,
lower standards of living – that precipitates civil unrest – and then
like a vulture swoops down to devour what remains of the coun-
try’s assets on the cheap.
We have already seen this process unfold in places like Bolivia,
Ecuador, Indonesia, Greece and Argentina. Next on the chopping
block are Spain, Italy, Britain and France – all of which have seen
widespread riots over the last two years.
As Ha-Joon Chang explains in the Guardian, the roots of Eu-
rope’s riots were sparked by “governments inficting an old-IMF-
style programme on their own populations,” namely the same pro-
grams of “austerity, privatisation and deregulation,” that caused
the riots of the 80′s and 90′s in poorer countries.
Although the likes of the IMF and the World Bank have pillaged
half of the globe with their economic terrorism, America remains
the ultimate prize. The frst step of the four step process for bank-
ster seizure of a country – privatization of state-owned assets – is
already well under way in America, with infrastructure being sold
off to foreign corporations, with the aid of Goldman Sachs, at a
A key component of the banking elite’s insidious agenda to bring
about an economic collapse in America by design also centers
around the process of de-industrializing the country, eviscerat-
ing the nation’s platform for self-suffciency and replacing it with
dependence on banker bailouts. This has already been largely
achieved in Europe – with just about every major economy on the
continent run by Goldman Sachs-affliated technocrats.
In the United States, 32 per cent of manufacturing jobs have been
lost since 2000, while 56,000 manufacturing facilities have been
mothballed since 2001. The Obama administration has also de-
clared war on the coal industry, with Obama himself promising to
“bankrupt” anyone who tries to build a new coal plant. Meanwhile,
China builds a new coal plant every two weeks.
Given the clear economic motive for stirring unrest in the United
States, we’d expect to see preparations for domestic disorder in
numerous different guises – and indeed the signs are everywhere.
EvERy indication clEaRly suggEsts that authoRitiEs in thE unitEd
statEs aRE pREpaRing foR widEspREad civil unREst. this tREnd has
not EmERgEd by accidEnt – it is paRt of a tRiEd and tEstEd mEthod
usEd by thE banking ElitE to sEizE contRol of nations, stRip thEm
of thEiR assEts and absoRb thEm into thE nEw woRld oRdER.
WHY THE BANKING ELITE WANT RIOTS IN AMERICA
The Obama administration’s passage of NDAA leg-
islation that authorizes kidnapping and indefnite de-
tention without trial of American citizens on U.S. soil
serves to create the framework for mass arrests of pro-
testers and journalists in a time of declared national
obama’s War oN
The Obama administration’s brazen and aggres-
sive prosecution of whistleblowers for divulging gov-
ernment corruption in the public interest is clearly a
device designed to intimidate whistleblowers from
speaking out when the proverbial hits the fan.
spyiNg oN social meDia
for sigNs of uNrest
The Department of Homeland Security and other fed-
eral agencies are actively engaged in spying on social
media as well as news websites to look for reports or
comments that “refect adversely on the U.S. govern-
ment and the DHS.” The government is on the lookout
for the ‘tipping point’ when heated online rhetoric spills
onto the streets in the form of unrest.
builDiNg huge spy ceNters
to track uNrest
The NSA is building the country’s biggest spy cen-
ter in the middle of the Utah desert. The purpose of
the data facility is to intercept, “all forms of commu-
nication, including the complete contents of private
emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches, as well
as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts,
travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digi-
tal “pocket litter.”
By creating a gigantic database of every communi-
cation imaginable, the NSA hopes to monitor and pre-
empt the spread of mass civil unrest in America.
prepariNg DroNes for
Last week, the Justice Department re-affrmed its po-
sition that the Obama administration can use armed
drones to assassinate Americans. Under the NDAA, the
whole of the United States has been declared a “battle-
feld,” meaning that drones may soon be used to exe-
cute American citizens on U.S. soil.
A government that resorts to killing its own citizens
without any legal process whatsoever is clearly a dic-
tatorship engaged in domestic oppression. The only
imaginable scenario under which this program would
be justifable was if the U.S. was under a state of martial
law and the government was on the verge of collapse.
prepariNg for martial laW
Preparation for martial law can be seen in numerous
different guises, but perhaps the most chilling is a na-
tionwide FEMA program which is training pastors and
other religious representatives to become secret police
enforcers who teach their congregations to “obey the
government” in preparation for the implementation of
martial law, property and frearm seizures, mass vacci-
nation programs and forced relocation.
characteriziNg the americaN
people as the NeW target
of the War oN terror
The U.S. Army’s Operating Concept 2016-2028 dic-
tates that the military’s “full spectrum operations” will
include “operations within American borders.” Scenar-
ios where Americans form into militia groups and be-
come “insurrectionists” as a result of an economic col-
lapse and have to be eliminated by the U.S. Army have
already been mapped out by military planners.
A leaked U.S. Army manual also reveals plans for the
military to carry out “Civil Disturbance Operations”
during which troops will be used domestically to quell
riots, confscate frearms and even kill Americans on
U.S. soil during mass civil unrest.
The Department of Homeland Security’s ‘See Some-
thing, Say Something’ program habitually portrays
middle class Americans as terrorists. In addition, nu-
merous DHS-funded reports have characterized “lib-
erty lovers” and other constitutionalists as domestic
Every indication presents us with the inescapable re-
ality that the US government is preparing for mass civil
unrest at some point over the next fve to ten years.
When we look at the recent history of nations that have
suffered fnancial collapse, domestic disorder is clearly
a key component of a deliberate agenda on behalf of the
banking elite to undermine and loot economies – con-
fscating national sovereignty in the process.
On the next page, we’ll explore why the elite, al-
though keen on provoking mass social unrest and even
civil war, are destined to lose the battle.
WHY THE BANKING ELITE WANT RIOTS IN AMERICA
thE dEpaRtmEnt of homEland sEcuRity has puRchasEd ovER 1.6
billion Rounds of ammunition in thE last 10 months alonE. at
thE hEight of combat opERations in iRaq, thE u.s. aRmy only usEd
5.5 million bullEts a month. why has thE dhs stockpilEd Enough
bullEts foR a 30-yEaR waR if it is not pREpaRing foR somE foRm of
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espite the fact that the banking
elite wants to generate riots
and stir social disorder in order
to collapse the U.S. economy so
they can buy up real assets on
the cheap, if such chaos was to
spill over into a full blown civil
war, the consequences for the
technocrats would be disastrous.
In part one we explored why the elite routinely
generate civil unrest in countries as a tactic of
driving down confdence, scaring away investors
and setting themselves up as the saviors in or-
der to loot what’s left of the economy for next to
We also documented how authorities in Amer-
ica are clearly in a preparatory phase for mass
civil unrest to break out within the next 5 to 10
However, basic fgures, along with the lessons
of recent history, clearly suggest that should such
disorder spiral into a new civil war, which many
suggest is the very outcome federal agencies
are gearing up for (the DHS alone has purchased
enough bullets to wage a 30 year confict), the
result for the elite is inevitable failure.
It is imperative to stress that ordinary Ameri-
cans do not want a civil war. This is not some-
thing we or anyone we associate with is actively
calling to initiate. This is simply a warning to the
power structure that their policies are setting the
stage for this very outcome – and it’s not going to
end well for them.
Al Sharpton recently suggested that Americans
should accept government regulation of the Sec-
ond Amendment because the primary reason the
founders put the right to bear arms in the con-
stitution – to defend against government tyran-
ny – is no longer applicable. Sharpton brazenly
implied that the government would just be able
to drone strike all Americans who resisted being
“First of all, if the government were to come
to disarm you, you would not be able to use an
automatic weapon to defend yourself. Let’s be se-
rious. We’re in a world of drones now so the Sec-
ond Amendment would not help you in that area.
It is absurd to try to cite that,” said Sharpton.
In reality, even if a tiny minority of armed
Americans chose to resist government oppres-
sion – the odds would be stacked hugely in their
Consider the recent story about the manhunt
for former LAPD offcer Christopher Dorner.
It took the vast resources and manpower of the
Los Angeles Police Department and numerous
other law enforcement bodies and federal agen-
cies over a week to track down one guy - one guy!
As part of that manhunt, LAPD offcers showed
themselves to be bumbling incompetents – en-
gaging in frenzied shootings of innocent peo-
ple who looked nothing like Dorner and eventu-
ally having to burn Dorner alive inside a cabin in
order to apprehend him.
If it takes the LAPD over a week to fnd and
kill one guy, how much effort do you think would
be required to disarm or kill 100 million Ameri-
can gun owners without meaningful resistance?
Consider the US occupation of Afghanistan
that has now entered its 12th year.
A total of almost 500,000 coalition forces and
Afghan National Security Forces have failed to
defeat Taliban insurgents numbering just 25,000
– a ratio of 20 to 1 – in over 12 years of combat
If the fnest of the US military and their al-
lies cannot defeat 25,000 ragtag insurgents in 12
years, how on earth are 100 million Americans
going to be subdued?
Consider the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
17,000 troops working on the grounds of
the Baghdad Airport couldn’t even secure the
road leading to the airport months after the in-
If 17,000 troops can’t even control a single
road, how does the government plan to success-
Consider the faCt that there
are almost 100 million gun
oWners in the united states,
Who in total oWn over 300
million firearms and rising.
there are only around 1.4
million aCtive duty Person-
nel in the entire u.s. military
– that inCludes the army, ma-
rine CorPs, navy, air forCe
and Coast guard. even if you
inClude national guard re-
serves, the total figure is
less than 2.3 million.
even if Just five PerCent
of ameriCan gun oWners aC-
tively resisted in a Civil War,
that Would be five million
ameriCans – more than dou-
ble the entire u.s. military
and national guard, many of
Whom are already engaged
overseas. so even if the gov-
ernment used the military to
fire uPon u.s. Citizens, the
trooPs Would be easily out-
WHY THE ELITE WOULD LOSE A CIVIL WAR
fully occupy an entire country in the event of
When a population is under occupation and
they are being oppressed, the zeal for resistance
knows no bounds.
Victory is achieved by refusing to submit – re-
sistance is victory.
The banking elite which controls the US gov-
ernment – the same elite that has engineered ri-
ots in other countries – most recently Greece – as
part of a process of turning those nations into
empty vassals that can be easily looted for their
wealth, infrastructure and resources, must real-
ize that it cannot win a civil war in the United
Such an eventuality would result in massive
bloodshed on both sides – and the elite simply
doesn’t have the numbers to claim victory.
This is a warning to the technocrats – do not
try to divide and conquer the American people,
the police, and the military. Stop characterizing
patriotic, freedom loving Americans as domestic
terrorists. Do not try to initiate a civil war that
would achieve nothing but carnage and a sus-
tained breakdown of society.
As top constitutional scholars like Dr. Edwin
Vieira and Lew Rockwell have noted, one of the
reasons why the federal government is so petri-
fed of the American people rising up to re-assert
their God-given rights in the face of an establish-
ment which is arming to the teeth against them,
is the threat posed to their illegal power monop-
oly by the prospect of secession.
Secession is not about destroying America, it
is about reinvigorating America as the found-
ers envisioned it, and in the process disengag-
ing from the very forces – the offshore banking
elite – who are themselves working feverishly to
destroy America so that they may be the frst to
slice up and devour the dead carcass of a once
great nation, just as they have done to numerous
other countries over the last three decades.
WHY THE ELITE WOULD LOSE A CIVIL WAR
alifornia lawmakers are proposing an
anti-Second Amendment law that will ri-
val the one recently passed in New York.
Democrats in control of the state Legisla-
ture unveiled ten proposals they boasted
will make California the most restrictive
state in the nation for possessing legally
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, San Francis-
co Mayor Ed Lee, and police offcials from around the
state rolled out the anti-Second Amendment effort on
Thursday during a news conference in Sacramento, the
“California has always been a leader on the issue of
gun safety,” Villaraigosa said. “New York has stepped
up and stepped forward. California needs to answer
The new law would outlaw all semiautomatic weap-
ons in the state and force gun owners to load bullets one
at a time. CBS News reports that authorities also want
to make prohibitions apply to current gun owners, thus
resulting in confscation.
California senator Dianne Feinstein has made appar-
ent on numerous occasions the ultimate plan is to con-
fscate all frearms. In 1995, she told CBS’ 60 Minutes
that she has worked to have “Mr. and Mrs. America”
turn in their guns to the government.
“Confscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to
the state could be an option. Permitting could be an op-
tion — keep your gun but permit it,” New York governor
Andrew Cuomo stated prior to the passage of a histori-
cally restrictive gun law in the state.
In addition, California will impose new rules on am-
munition sales. Ammo buyers will be required to pay a
fee and undergo a background check by the state De-
partment of Justice every time bullets are sold, thus re-
cording all ammunition sales and purchaser information
with the state.
In addition to a mandatory state-wide gun registra-
tion, the law would make the sale and current posses-
sion of magazines holding more than ten bullets illegal.
So-called “bullet buttons” and certain shotguns will
also become illegal if the legislation is enacted.
Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg said he is
confdent Democrats will leverage majorities in the As-
sembly and Senate and send the draconian measures to
the state’s Democratic governor, Jerry Brown.
“It strikes me as if these folks are playing some sort of
game of one-upsmanship with New York at the expense
of law-abiding citizens, and that’s just unconscionable,”
Sam Paredes, executive director of Gun Owners of Cali-
fornia, told CBS News.
Republicans stated the obvious. “The laws they are
(proposing) would have made no difference in the Con-
necticut shooting whatsoever,” Sen. Dan Logue said.
and then in
Democrats around the country are in a race to destroy
the Second Amendment and another outrage is going
down in Missouri.
Democrats, Rory Ellinger and Jill Schupp, have intro-
duced House Bill 545, a law that with the stroke of a
pen will turn thousands of law-abiding Missourians into
class C felons. It will ban the possession, sale, transfer
or manufacture of semi-automatic rifes and magazines
capable of holding more than 10 rounds.
The law is in effect de facto confscation demanding
the “surrender” of frearms to the government.
“Any person who, prior to the effective date of this law,
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was legally in possession of an assault weapon or large
capacity magazine shall have 90 days from such effec-
tive date to do any of the following without being sub-
ject to prosecution,” the proposed law states.” Residents
will be ordered to “remove the assault weapon or large
capacity magazine from the state of Missouri… Render
the assault weapon permanently inoperable; or… Sur-
render the assault weapon or large capacity magazine
to the appropriate law enforcement agency for destruc-
tion, subject to specifc agency regulations.”
Missouri’s proposed law is strikingly similar to one
rcently enacted in New York:
“IF YOU OWN A LARGE CAPACITY
MAGAZINE GREATER THAN 10 ROUND
CAPACITY THAT WAS A GRANDFA-
THERED MAGAZINE AS A RESULT OF
THE 1994 FEDERAL ASSAULT WEAP-
ON BAN, WITHIN A YEAR, YOU MUST
DO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: DISPOSE
OF IT TO ANOTHER PERSON OUTSIDE
NEW YORK STATE, SURRENDER IT TO
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS, OR
PERMANENTLY ALTER SUCH TO ONLY
ACCEPT SEVEN ROUNDS.”
Following California Senator Dianne Feinstein’s
high-profle effort to introduce legislation calling for
outlawing semi-automatic frearms and a national “gun
safety” campaign initiated by the Obama administra-
tion, Democrats around the country began calling for
government confscation of frearms and the destruction
of the Second Amendment.
Feinstein, a long time opponent of the Second Amend-
ment, told CBS in 1995 that the ultimate plan is to have
“Mr. and Mrs. America” turn in their guns to the gov-
In December, New York governor Andrew Cuomo be-
gan an aggressive effort to restrict frearms in the state
and confscate the weapons of citizens who do not com-
ply with retroactive rules on so-called assault weapons.
“Confscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to
the state could be an option. Permitting could be an op-
tion — keep your gun but permit it,” Cuomo said.
Prior to passage, Cuomo declared the Second Amend-
ment “is a scourge on society” as Democrats said the
legislation does not endanger the constitutional right to
SEMI-AUTO CONFISCATION PLANS
PROPOSED IN CALIFORNIA...
...IS YOUR STATE NEXT?
On Jan. 13, 2013, H.R. 226 was introduced in the
House of Representatives by Connecticut Democrat
Rep. Rosa DeLauro. The bill will amend the 1986 IRS
code and allow a credit if taxpayers “surrender” their
guns to the government.
Cited as the “Support Assault Firearms Elimination
and Reduction for our Streets Act,” the proposed legis-
lation represents another effort to convince citizens that
they must voluntarily turn in their guns as a civic duty
and to do their part to reduce “gun violence” and pro-
tect children, as Obama said on January 16.
“The bill is yet more evidence that federal and state
governments are now pulling out all stops short of door-
to-door confscation in their coordinated effort to dis-
arm the American people,” we reported on Infowars.
com at the time.
In February, Democrats worked feverishly on “a fac-
simile of the President’s plan, which was also the im-
petus behind the bevy of gun control bills that are now
circulating the Senate,” S.H. Blannelberry wrote.
Kurt Nimmo is the editor at Infowars.com and the au-
thor of “Another Day in the Empire: Life in Neoconser-
the department of
purChases 21.6 million
more rounds of ammunition
written by Paul JosePh Watson
This adds to the 1.6 billion bullets it has already obtained over the
course of the last 10 months alone, figures which have stoked
concerns that the federal agency is preparing for civil unrest.
he Department of Homeland Security
is set to purchase a further 21.6 million
rounds of ammunition to add to the 1.6
billion bullets it has already obtained
over the course of the last 10 months
alone, fgures which have stoked
concerns that the federal agency is
preparing for civil unrest.
A solicitation posted yesterday on the Fed Bid
website details how the bullets are required for the
DHS Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in
Artesia, New Mexico.
The solicitation asks for 10 million pistol cartridge
.40 caliber 165 grain jacketed hollow point bullets (100
packagings of 100,000 rounds) and 10 million 9mm 115
grain jacketed hollow point bullets (100 quantities of
The document also lists a requirement for 1.6 million
pistol cartridge 9mm ball bullets (40 packagings of
An approximation of how many rounds of ammunition
the DHS has now secured over the last 10 months stands at
around 1.625 billion. In March 2012, ATK announced that
they had agreed to provide the DHS with a maximum of
450 million bullets over four years, a story that prompted
questions about why the feds were buying ammunition in
such large quantities. In September last year, the federal
agency purchased a further 200 million bullets.
To put that in perspective, during the height of
active battle operations in Iraq, U.S. soldiers used 5.5
million rounds of ammunition a month. Extrapolating
the figures, the DHS has purchased enough bullets
over the last 10 months to wage a full scale war for
almost 30 years.
Such massive quantities of ammo purchases have
stoked fears that the agency is preparing for some kind
of domestic unrest. In 2011, Department of Homeland
Security chief Janet Napolitano directed Immigration
and Customs Enforcement to prepare for a mass infux
of immigrants into the United States, calling for the
plan to deal with the “shelter” and “processing” of large
numbers of people.
The federal agency’s primary concern is now
centered around thwarting “homegrown terrorism,” but
information produced and used by the DHS to train
its personnel routinely equates conservative political
ideology with domestic extremism.
A study funded by the Department of Homeland
Security that was leaked last year characterizes
Americans who are “suspicious of centralized federal
authority,” and “reverent of individual liberty” as
Extrapolating the figures, the
DHS has purchased enough
bullets over the last 10 months
to wage a full scale war for
almost 30 years.
“extreme right-wing” terrorists.
In August 2012, the DHS censored information relating
to the amount of bullets purchased by the federal agency
on behalf of Immigration & Customs Enforcement,
citing an “unusual and compelling urgency” to acquire
the bullets, noting that there is a shortage of bullets
which is threatening a situation that could cause
“substantial safety issues for the government” should
law enforcement offcials not be adequately armed.
As we highlighted in previous issues, the DHS’ previous
ammunition solicitation was awarded to Evian Group,
an organization that was formed just fve days before
the announcement of the solicitation and appeared to
be little more than a front organization since it didn’t
have a genuine physical address, a website, or even a
While Americans are being browbeaten with rhetoric
about the necessity to give up semi-automatic frearms
in the name of preventing school shootings, the
federal government is arming itself to the teeth with
both ammunition and guns. Last September, the DHS
purchased no less than 7,000 fully automatic assault
rifes, labeling them “Personal Defense Weapons.”
he Bush regime’s response to 9/11
and the Obama regime’s validation
of this response have destroyed ac-
countable democratic government
in the United States. So much unac-
countable power has been concen-
trated in the executive branch that
the U.S. Constitution is no longer an
Whether a person believes the offcial story of 9/11
which rests on unproven government assertions or be-
lieves the documented evidence provided by a large
number of scientists, frst responders, and structural
engineers and architects, the result is the same. 9/11
was used to create an open-ended “war on terror” and a
police state. It is extraordinary that so many Americans
believe that “it can’t happen here” when it already has.
We have had a decade of highly visible evidence of the
construction of a police state: the PATRIOT Act, illegal
spying on Americans in violation of the Foreign Intelli-
gence Surveillance Act, the initiation of wars of aggres-
sion–war crimes under the Nuremberg Standard–based
on intentional lies, the Justice Department’s concocted
legal memos justifying the executive branch’s violation
of domestic and international laws against torture, the
indefnite detention of U.S. citizens in violation of the
constitutionally protected rights of habeas corpus and
due process, the use of secret evidence and secret “ex-
pert witnesses” who cannot be cross-examined against
defendants in trials, the creation of military tribunals
in order to evade federal courts, secret legal memos
giving the president authority to launch preemptive cy-
ber attacks on any country without providing evidence
that the country constitutes a threat, and the Obama
regime’s murder of U.S. citizens without evidence or
As if this were not enough, the Obama regime
now creates new presidential powers by crafting se-
cret laws, refusing to disclose the legal reasoning on
which the asserted power rests. In other words, laws
now originate in secret executive branch memos and
not in acts of Congress. Congress? We don’t need no
Despite laws protecting whistleblowers and the me-
dia and the U.S. Military Code which requires soldiers
to report war crimes, whistleblowers such as CIA agent
John Kiriakou, media such as Julian Assange, and soldiers
such as Bradley Manning are persecuted and prosecuted
for revealing U.S. government crimes. http://www.infor-
mationclearinghouse.info/article33804.html The crimi-
nals go free, and those who report the crimes are punished.
The justifcation for the American police state is the
“war on terror,” a hoax kept alive by the FBI’s “sting
operations.” Normally speaking, a sting operation is
when a policewoman poses as a prostitute in order to
ensnare a “John,” or a police offcer poses as a drug
dealer or user in order to ensnare drug users or deal-
ers. The FBI’s “sting operation” goes beyond these vic-
timless crimes that fll up U.S. prisons.
The FBI’s sting operations are different. They are
just as victimless as no plot ever happens, but the FBI
doesn’t pose as bomb makers for terrorists who have a
plot but lack the weapon. Instead, the FBI has the plot
and looks for a hapless or demented person or group,
or for a Muslim enraged over the latest Washington
insult to him and/or his religion. When the FBI locates
its victim, its agents approach the selected perpetrator
pretending to be Al-Qaeda or some such and ply the
selected perpetrator with money, the promise of fame,
or threats until the victim signs on to the FBI’s plot and
Trevor Aaronson in his book, The Terror Factory: In-
side the FBI’s War on Terrorism, documents that the
FBI has so far concocted 150 “terrorist plots” and that
almost all of the other “terrorist cases” are cases unre-
lated to terrorism, such as immigration, with a terror
charge tacked on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?-
The presstitute American media doesn’t ask why, if
there is so much real terrorism requiring an Ameri-
can war against it, the FBI has to invent and solicit
Neither does the media inquire how the Taliban,
which resists the U.S. invasion and attempted occu-
pation of Afghanistan, fghting the U.S. superpower
to a standstill after 11 years, came to be designated
as terrorists. Nor does the U.S. presstitute media want
to know how tribesmen in remote regions of Pakistan
came to be designated as “terrorists” deserving of U.S.
drone attacks on the citizens, schools and medical clin-
ics of a country with which the U.S. is not at war.
Instead the media protects and perpetrates the hoax
that has given America the police state. The Ameri-
can media has become Leni Riefenstahl, as has Hol-
lywood with the anti-Muslim propaganda flm, “Zero
Dark Thirty.” This propaganda flm is a hate crime that
spreads Islamophobia. Nevertheless, the flm is likely
to win awards and to sink Americans into both tyranny
and a hundred-year war in the name of fghting the
What I learned many years ago as a professor is that
movies are important molders of Americans‘ attitudes.
Once, after giving a thorough explanation of the Rus-
sian Revolution that led to communist rule, a student
raised his hand and said: “That’s not the way it hap-
pened in the movie.”
At frst I thought he was making a witty joke, but
then I realized that he thought that the truth resided
in the movie, not in the professor who was well versed
in the subject. Ever since I have been puzzled how the
US has survived for so long, considering the ignorance
of its population. Americans have lived in the power
of the U.S. economy. Now that this power is waning,
sooner or later Americans will have to come to terms
It is a reality that will be unfamiliar to them.
Some Americans claim that we have had police states
during other wartimes and that once the war on ter-
ror is won, the police state will be dismantled. Others
claim that government will be judicious in its use of
the power and that if you are doing nothing wrong you
have nothing to fear.
These are reassurances from the deluded. The Bush/
Obama police state is far more comprehensive than
Lincoln’s, Wilson’s, or Roosevelt’s, and the war on
terror is open-ended and is already three times lon-
ger than World War II. The Police State is acquiring
Moreover, the government needs the police state
written by paul CraiG roberts
in order to protect itself from accountability for its
crimes, lies, and squandering of taxpayers‘ money.
New precedents for executive power have been cre-
ated in conjunction with the Federalist Society which,
independent of the war on terror, advocates the “uni-
tary executive” theory, which claims the president has
powers not subject to check by Congress and the Judi-
ciary. In other words, the president is a dictator if he
prefers to be.
The Obama regime is taking advantage of this Repub-
lican theory. The regime has used the Republican desire
for a strong executive outside the traditional checks and
balances together with the fear factor to complete the
creation of the Bush/Cheney police state.
As Lawrence M. Stratton and I documented in our
book, The Tyranny Of Good Intentions, prior to 9/11
law as a shield of the people was already losing ground
to law as a weapon in the hands of the government. If
the government wanted to get you, there were few if
any barriers to a defendant being framed and convict-
ed, least of all a brainwashed jury fearful of crime.
WE HAVE HAD A
DECADE OF HIGHLY
VISIBLE EVIDENCE OF
OF A POLICE STATE
I cannot say whether the U.S. justice system has ever
served justice better than it has served the ambition
of prosecutors. Already in the 1930s and 1940s U.S.
Supreme Court Justice George Sutherland and U.S. At-
torney General Robert Jackson were warning against
prosecutors who sacrifce “fair dealing to build up
statistics of success.” Certainly it is diffcult to fnd in
the ranks of federal prosecutors today Jackson’s “pros-
ecutor who tempers zeal with human kindness, who
seeks truth and not victims, who serves the law and
not factional purposes, and who approaches his task
Just consider the wrongful conviction of Alabama’s
Democratic governor, Don Siegelman by what appar-
ently was a Karl Rove plot to rid the South of Demo-
cratic governors. The “Democratic” Obama regime has
not investigated this false prosecution or given clem-
ency to its innocent own. Remember how quickly Bush
removed the prison sentence of Cheney’s operative
who revealed the name of a CIA undercover agent?
The Democrats are a cowed and cowardly political par-
ty, fearful of justice, and as much a part of the corrupt
police state as the Republicans.
Today the purpose of a prosecution is to serve the
prosecutor’s career and that of the party that appoints
him or her. A prosecutor’s career is served by high con-
viction rates, which require plea bargains in which the
evidence against a defendant is never tested in court
or before a jury, and by high profle cases, which can
launch a prosecutor into a political career, as Rudy Gi-
uliana achieved with his frame-up of Michael Milken.
Glenn Greenwald explained how Internet freedom
advocate Aaron Swartz was driven to his death by
the ambition of two federal prosecutors, U.S. Attor-
ney Carmen Ortiz and Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen
Heymann, who had no aversion to destroying an innocent
person with ridiculous and trumped-up charges in order to
advance their careers. http://www.guardian.co.uk/com-
It is rare for a prosecutor to suffer any consequence
for bringing false charges, for consciously using and
even paying for false evidence, and for lying to judge
and jury. As prosecutors are rarely held accountable,
they employ illegal and unethical methods and rou-
tinely abuse their power. As judges are mainly con-
cerned with clearing their court dockets, justice is
rarely served in America, which explains why the U.S.
has not only a larger percentage of its citizens in pris-
on than any other country on earth, but also the larg-
est absolute number of prisoners. The U.S. actually
has more of its citizens in prison than “authoritarian”
China which has a population four times larger than
the U.S. The U.S., possibly the greatest human rights
abuser in history, is constantly bringing human rights
charges against China. Where are the human rights
charges against Washington?
In America the collapse of law has gone beyond cor-
rupt prosecutors and their concocted false prosecu-
tions. Unless it needs or desires a show trial, a police
state does not need prosecutors and courts. By pro-
ducing legal memos that the president can both throw
people into prison without a trial and execute them
without a trial simply by stating that some offcial in
the executive branch thinks the person has a possible
or potential connection to terrorism, tyranny’s friends
in the Justice (sic) Department have dispensed with
the need for courts, prosecutors and trials.The Bush/
Obama regime has made the executive branch judge,
juror, and executioner. All that is needed is an unprov-
en assertion by some executive branch offcial. Here
we have the epitome of evil.
Evidence is no longer required for the president of the
U.S. to imprison people for life or to deprive them of
their life. A secret Justice Department memo has been
leaked to NBC News that reveals the tyrannical rea-
soning that authorizes the executive branch to execute
American citizens on the basis of belief alone without
the requirement of evidence that they are terrorists
or associated with terrorists. http://openchannel.
In “freedom and democracy” America, innocent un-
til proven guilty is no longer the operative legal prin-
ciple. If the government says you are guilty, you are.
Period. No evidence required for your termination.
Even Stalin pretended to have evidence.
The United States government is working its way
step by step toward the determination that any and
every critic of the government is guilty of providing
“aid and comfort” to Washington’s “terrorist ene-
mies,” which includes the elected Hamas government
in Gaza. The only critics exempted from this rule-in-
the-making are the neoconservatives who criticize the
US government for being too slow to throttle both its
critics and “anti-semites,” such as former U.S. Presi-
dent Jimmy Carter, who criticize the Israeli govern-
ment’s illegal appropriation of Palestinian lands. Most
of Palestine has been stolen by Israel with Washing-
ton acquiesce and aid. Therefore, nothing is left for a
There is no doubt whatsoever that the Israeli gov-
ernment’s theft of Palestine is illegal; yet, Washing-
ton, on which Israel is totally dependent, does noth-
ing about law. Law, we don’t need no stinking law.”
Washington has might. Might is right. Get used to it.
Not only for Palestinians has law ceased to exist, but
also for Americans, and for Washington’s NATO pup-
pets in the U.K. and Europe, pitiful remnants of once
great nations now complicit in Washington’s crimes
against humanity. The Open Society Justice Initia-
tive, a NGO based in New York, has issued a report
that documents that 54 governments are involved in
Washington’s rendition and torture program. Twen-
ty-fve of the governments that help Washington to
kidnap, disappear, and torture people are Europe-
The opening decade of the 21st century has seen the
destruction of all the law that was devised to protect the
innocent and the vulnerable since the rise of the now de-
funct moral conscience of the West. The West’s moral con-
science never applied outside of itself. What happened to
people in Europe’s colonies and to native inhabitants of
the U.S. and Australia is a very different story.
Nevertheless, despite its lack of coverage to the
powerless, the principle of the rule of law was a
promising principle. Now America under Bush and
Obama, two peas of the same pod, has abandoned the
The Obama police state will be worse than the the
Bush/Cheney police state. Unlike conservatives who
in times past were suspicious of government power,
Obamabots believe that government power is a force
for good if it is in the right hands. As Obama’s sup-
porters see him as a member of an oppressed minori-
ty, they are confdent that Obama will not misuse his
power. This belief is akin to the belief that, as Jews
suffered so much at the hands of Hitler, Israel would
be fair to the Palestinians.
Glenn Greenwald writes that “the most extremist
power any political leader can assert is the power
to target his own citizens for execution without any
charges or due process, far from any battlefeld. The
Obama administration has not only asserted exactly
that power in theory, but has exercised it in prac-
This is the power of a dictator. That Saddam Hussein
and Muammar Gaddaf were said to have this power
was part of their demonization as “brutal dictators,” a
justifcation for overthrowing their governments and
murdering the dictators and their supporters.
Ironic, isn’t it, that the president of the United
States now murders his political opponents just as
Saddam Hussein murdered his. How long before crit-
ics move from the no-fy list to the extermination list?
Additional reading: The legal analysis in the URL
below written by seasoned attorneys shows that
Obama is a tyrant. The point made by the attorneys
is too clear to be debatable. http://www.american-
Dr. Paul Craig Roberts is the father of Reaganomics
and the former head of policy at the Department of
Treasury. He is a columnist and was previously the
editor of the Wall Street Journal. His latest book,
“How the Economy Was Lost: The War of the Worlds,”
details why America is disintegrating.
THE PRESIDENT HAS POWERS NOT
SUBJECT TO CHECK BY CONGRESS AND
THE JUDICIARY. IN OTHER WORDS,
THE PRESIDENT IS A DICTATOR IF HE
PREFERS TO BE.
IT GETS TO THE POINT
WHEN SOMEONE LIKE
BEGINS TO LECTURE
THE AMERICAN PUB-
LIC ON GUN RIGHTS.
IN HIS LAST RAMBO
SHOT TO DEATH 83
BAD GUYS, AND HIS
IS CALLED “BULLET
TO THE HEAD”.
CELEBRITIES AND GUN RIGHTS
WHO MAKES MORE SENSE?
hen celebrities open their mouths the
world listens. This is a fact. It may be a
sad fact, but nevertheless, it is a fact. So
with two celebrities talking about gun
control in the media today, it is interest-
ing to take a peek and fnd out if either of
them makes any sense.
In comments to reporters, Die Hard star Bruce Willis noted that
gun control laws pose a direct threat to wider freedoms under the
bill of rights:
“I think that you can’t start to pick apart anything out of the Bill of
Rights without thinking that it’s all going to become undone,” Willis
told The Associated Press.
“If you take one out or change one law, then why wouldn’t they
take all your rights away from you?” the star added.
The 57-year-old actor also commented that in his opinion strict
gun control legislation would do little to prevent mass shootings in
“It’s a diffcult thing and I really feel bad for those families,” he
said. “I’m a father and it’s just a tragedy. But I don’t know how you
legislate insanity. I don’t know what you do about it. I don’t even
know how you begin to stop that.”
Now consider an opposing opinion from comedian Chris Rock,
who today took to the podium at a press conference for the “De-
mand A Plan” movement, which is lobbying to support the Obama
administration’s proposals for strict gun control laws.
“I am just here to support the President of the United States. The
President is our boss, but he is also… you know, the President and
the First Lady are kinda like the Mom and the Dad of the country.
And when your Dad says something you listen, and if you don’t it can
bite you on the ass later on. So, I’m here to support the President.”
Go watch the video here, is there any part of it that should be
So, who makes most sense? Who has the most considered opinion?
Not by any coincidence, it’s the guy who isn’t jumping on any kind
of political bandwagon.
Most Hollywood celebrities love to be seen doing what they be-
lieve is right for their careers. That’s why so many of them instantly
put their faces behind the push for strict gun control in the wake of
the Sandy Hook shooting in December.
Many were rightly exposed as hypocrites, given that they routinely
star in movies and television productions in which depictions of gun
violence is commonplace.
It gets to the point of ridiculousness when someone like Sylvester
Stallone begins to lecture the American public on gun rights. In his
last Rambo movie, Stallone shot to death 83 bad guys, and his latest
flm is called “Bullet To The Head”.
Steve Watson is a London-based writer and editor for Infowars.com
and PrisonPlanet.com. He has a Masters degree in international rela-
tions from the School of Politics at the University of Nottingham in
written by steve Watson
CELEBRITIES AND GUN RIGHTS
WHO MAKES MORE SENSE?
fter the Tribulation presents
a profoundly convincing case
that the doctrine known as the
pre-tribulation rapture is on its
face a false prophecy meant to
distract otherwise well-mean-
ing, god-fearing Christians from
noticing that many of the predic-
tions put forth by the Book of Revelations are taking
place right before our eyes.
The documentary follows Pastors Steve L. Anderson and
Roger Jimenez as they explain to various congregations
that the ideas disseminated by pre-tribulation rapture
evangelical preachers have no basis in Bible fact and are
not backed up by scripture.
The rapture, as depicted by several books and popu-
lar movies, most notably the Left Behind series, is pro-
moted as an event that could occur at any time, that
one day, without warning, people will just vanish, “rap-
tured” or summoned by God to join him in Heaven.
Pastors Anderson and Jimenez point out several pas-
sages in the Bible that actually back up their claim that
a tribulation must happen before any type of rapture
occurs, but they also explain that many of the predic-
tions prophesied in the Book of Revelations, like the
Mark of the Beast and the implementation of a cashless
society, are already taking place around us, and Chris-
tians following pre-tribulation rapture teachings
will be “completely unprepared for what
the Bible has warned us is coming.”
The flm goes on to explain that Satan
was cast down from Heaven and now
lives among us here on Earth, with
the ultimate goal of ushering in a one-
world government over which one man
can reign supreme. The idea of a one-
world government is specifcally allud-
ed to in Bible texts.
After the Tribulation not only discuss-
es why it’s important to call out pre-trib-
ulation rapture teachings as false, but
that until we do, countless people will
be doomed to trust and follow an an-
ti-Christ fgure who will emerge and
pose as a savior for all mankind.
written by adan salazar
hile millions of Americans are
struggling to put a meal on the
table, let alone come up with an
extra 2-bits for a haircut, U.S.
senators and their staff mem-
bers have consistently been
racking up annual defcits of $340,000 annually to
maintain their well-groomed appearance. And who’s
picking up the tab? The American taxpayer, of course.
Since 1997, U.S. senators and their staff members
have been lining up at The Senate Hair Care barber-
shop in the basement of the Russell Offce Building
where they receive $20 haircuts and various other sa-
lon services, all on the taxpayer’s dime.
The shop has consistently run annual defcits of
$340,000 or more, and in 2012 the defcit rose to ex-
ceed $400,000. All told, taxpayers have spent almost
$5.2 million paying for haircuts, shaves, hairstyles,
and haircare products so our senators and their staff
members can look their very best while they tighten
the noose on their constituents.
While it’s true that stylists for superstars and fash-
ionistas might charge hundreds of dollars for a cut-
and-style, the average American can walk into any
neighborhood barbershop or salon and get a perfectly
respectable haircut for $10 to $12. That’s 40 to 50 per-
cent less than we’re paying for our representatives to
have their hair styled.
Even at the lower price, most Americans have to
scrimp and save before they can visit a salon, while
senators merely have to put it on the taxpayers’ tab.
And at the same time they’re getting their free hair-
cuts, they’re getting ready to vote on $1.2 trillion in
across-the-board spending cuts that are aimed directly
at the poor and elderly. At least the legislators will look
great, while informing America that the elderly will
no longer be able to afford their medication because
of Medicare cuts and that students will not be able to
advance their education because of student loans cuts
and poor school systems’ federal assistance cuts.
Paul Leonard, an adjunct professor of political sci-
ence at Wright State University and former lieutenant
governor, said: “I think it is the ultimate hypocrisy for
any legislator in Congress who is arguing for cuts from
the social side of the budget to not include their own
budget. They need to lead by example and make some
The legislative-branch budget has grown 73 percent
since 2000. The 2013 appropriations request is $4.5
billion, up 4.8 percent from 2012. Included in this sum
is funding for the Senate Hair Care barbershop, con-
gressional dining rooms, gymnasiums and many other
conveniences that the average American could never
afford, yet we are footing their bill. The justifcation for
this expenditure operates under the theory that provid-
ing these services close at hand allows congressional
members to save time and focus on their jobs.
“It smacks of elitism,” said Mark Caleb Smith, direc-
tor of the Center for Political Studies at Cedarville Uni-
versity. “While trimming the Senate salon will do little
to balance the budget, allowing it to run such a large
defcit indicates a lack of seriousness, at best, and im-
morality at worst. It looks shocking when juxtaposed
with the fnancial and fscal diffculties our nation is
America, I know you were worried, but Speaker John
Boehner will still get free haircuts, stylings and warm
shaves at his convenience, so he and the rest of Con-
gress can continue in a stalemate in style.
Donna Anderson is a contributing writer for Infowars.
com, PrisonPlanet.com and Infowars Magazine. She
believes Americans need to start paying more attention
to the things that are going on around them—before
it’s too late. Read more from Donna on Infowars.com
and follow her on twitter @C2CWriter.
their hair to
the tune of
written by donna anderson
written by steve Watson
Gun to shoW
SCHOOLS ALL OVER THE
COUNTRY ARE WEEDING
OUT THE TERRORISTS
referenced in Jon Rappoport’s article on page 46
published Jan. 31, 2013 on Infowars.com
he deadly rise of extremism in Amer-
ica continues as yet another child has
been expelled from school for wielding
a toy gun.
WLTX news reports that six-year-
old Naomi McKinney brought a small
transparent plastic toy gun to school
for a show and tell, causing her
teachers to freak out.
The kindergartner’s father told reporters that he was
called to Alice Drive Elementary in Sumter, South Car-
olina, because his daughter “was fxing to be expelled.”
“I got in the car and rushed down there and when I got
in there the principal told me that she had a gun at school
and she pulls it out and it is a little clear plastic gun.”
Hank McKinney said.
“You have to show some kind of judgment,” the father
continued. “I know there is a lot going on with guns and
schools and that is tragic but a six year old bringing a toy
to school doesn’t know better.”
The school has expelled Naomi indefnitely, saying in a
statement that weapons or replica weapons are prohib-
ited. School offcials refused to release any pictures or
details of the offending item, saying they are “part of the
child’s discipline record.”
“I’m sorry anything can be a weapon,” the father said.
“A pencil is more of a weapon than the toy gun she
brought to school.”
When the parents tried to appeal, the school sent them
a letter saying that the girl would be subject to criminal
trespassing charges if she is seen on the campus or at any
school sponsored event.
Naomi will instead be assigned a home-based instruc-
tor from the school district, according to offcials.
When asked what her intentions were regarding the
dangerous weapon, the girl said “I chose to bring it to
school because I thought I could show my friends it be-
cause they might like seeing it.”
When asked to react to her expulsion, Naomi said “I felt
bad because i didn’t want to miss all my friends”. Clearly
she is very much a dangerous terror threat and has been
dealt with accordingly.
This case is far from isolated, as we have seen over
the past days and weeks, in the wake of the Sandy Hook
shooting. It is now a daily occurrence.
Yesterday we reported on the fve-year-old in Massa-
chusetts who faces suspension for building a small toy
gun out of lego bricks and play-shooting his classmates.
Earlier this week, we reported on an incident that
erupted when a discussion between two children about
a toy nerf gun caused a lockdown and a massive armed
police response at two elementary schools in the Bronx.
Earlier this month, a Long Island high school was
also placed on lock down for 6 hours in response to a
student carrying a toy nerf gun.
Another incident this month saw a fve-year-old girl
suspended after a three hour grilling, and described as
a “terroristic threat”, when she brought a pink bubble
gun to school.
Last week, a South Philadelphia elementary student
was searched in front of classmates and threatened
with arrest after she mistakenly brought a “paper gun”
A 6-year-old boy was suspended from his elementary
school in Maryland for making a gun gesture with his
hand and saying “pow”.
Days later another two 6-year-olds in Maryland were
suspended for pointing their fngers into gun shapes
while playing “cops and robbers” with each other.
In Oklahoma, a fve-year-old boy was also recently sus-
pended for making a gun gesture with his hand.
A 13-year-old Middle School seventh grade student
in Pennsylvania was also suspended for the same
he overwhelming scientifc
consensus is that any amount
of radiation – no matter how
small – can cause cancer and
other serious health effects.
(Current safety standards
are based on the ridiculous
assumption that everyone ex-
posed is a healthy man in his
20s – and that radioactive par-
ticles ingested into the body
cause no more damage than
radiation hitting the outside of the body. In the real
world, however, even low doses of radiation can cause
cancer. Moreover, small particles of radiation – called
“internal emitters” – which get inside the body are
much more dangerous than general exposures to ra-
diation. See this and this. And radiation affects small
children much more than full-grown adults.)
But the Department of Energy – the agency which is
responsible for the design, testing and production of all
U.S. nuclear weapons, promotes nuclear energy as one
of its core functions, which has been covering up nu-
clear accidents for decades, and has used mutant lines
of human cells to promote voodoo, anti-scientifc argu-
ments – proposes letting radiation into our silverware.
Even the deregulation-happy Wall St. Journal sound-
ed shocked: “The Department of Energy is proposing to
allow the sale of tons of scrap metal from government
nuclear sites — an attempt to reduce waste that critics
say could lead to radiation-tainted belt buckles, surgi-
cal implants and other consumer products.”
Having failed in the ‘80s and ‘90s to free the nucle-
ar bomb factories and national laboratories of millions
of tons of their radioactively contaminated scrapand
nickel, the DOE is trying again. Its latest proposal is
moving ahead without even an Environmental Impact
Statement. Those messy EISs involve public hearings,
so you can imagine the DOE’s reluctance to face the
public over adding yet more radiation to the doses
we’re already accumulating.
Congressman Markey writes:
A Department of Energy proposal to allow up to 14,000
metric tons of its radioactive scrap metal to be recycled
into consumer products was called into question today
by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) due to concerns over pub-
lic health. In a letter sent to DOE head Steven Chu, Rep.
Markey expressed “grave concerns” over the potential
of these metals becoming jewelry, cutlery, or other con-
sumer products that could exceed healthy doses of ra-
diation without any knowledge by the consumer. DOE
made the proposal to rescind its earlier moratorium on
radioactive scrap metal recycling in December, 2012.
The proposal follows an incident from 2012 involving
Bed, Bath & Beyond stores in America recalling tissue
holders made in India that were contaminated with the
radio-isotope cobalt-60. Those products were shipped
to 200 stores in 20 states. In response to that incident, a
Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokesperson advised
members of the public to return the products even
though the amount of contamination was not consid-
ered to be a health risk.
This is not the frst time this has happened.
As the Progressive reported in 1998, radioactive scrap
metal was ending up in everything fromsilverware to
frying pans and belt buckles:
The Department of Energy has a problem: what to
do with millions of tons of radioactive material. So the
DOE has come up with an ingenious plan to dispose of
its troublesome tons of nickel, copper, steel and alumi-
num. It wants to let scrap companies collect the metal,
try to take the radioactivity out, and sell the metal to
foundries, which would in turn sell it to manufacturers
who could use it for everyday household products: pots,
pans, forks, spoons, even your eyeglasses.
You may not know this, but the government already
permits some companies under special licenses, to
buy, reprocess and sell radioactive metal: 7,500 tons
in 1996, by one industry estimate. But the amount of
this reprocessing could increase drastically if the DOE,
the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the
burgeoning radioactive metal processing industry get
They are pressing for a new, lax standard that
would do away with special permits and allow com-
panies to buy and resell millions of tons of low-level
The standard the companies seek could cause near-
ly 100,000 cancer fatalities in the United States, by the
NRC’s own estimate.
(A couple of years later, Congressman Markey suc-
cessfully banned most radioactive scrap … but now
DOE is trying to bring it back.)
Radioactive scrap is a global problem. As
Bloomberg reported last year:
“The major risk we face in our industry is radiation,”
said Paul de Bruin, radiation-safety chief for Jewom-
etaal Stainless Processing, one of the world’s biggest
stainless-steel scrap yards. “You can talk about security
all you want, but I’ve found weapons-grade uranium in
scrap. Where was the security?”
More than 120 shipments of contaminated goods,
including cutlery, buckles and work tools such as
hammers and screwdrivers, were denied U.S. entry
between 2003 and 2008 after customs and the Depart-
ment of Homeland Security boosted radiation monitor-
ing at borders.
The department declined to provide updated fgures or
comment on how the metal tissue boxes at Bed, Bath &
Beyond, tainted with cobalt-60 used in medical instru-
ments to diagnose and treat cancer, evaded detection.
“The general public basically isn’t aware that they’re
living in a radioactive world,” according to Ross Bart-
ley, technical director for the recycling bureau, who
said the contamination has led to lost sales. “Those tis-
sue boxes are problematic because they’re radioactive
and they had to be put in radioactive disposal.”
Abandoned medical scanners, food-processing devic-
es and mining equipment containing radioactive met-
als such as cesium-137 and cobalt-60 are picked up by
scrap collectors, sold to recyclers and melted down by
foundries, the IAEA says.
Dangerous scrap comes from derelict hospitals and
military bases, as well as defunct government agencies
that have lost tools with radioactive elements.
Chronic exposure to low doses of radiation can lead
to cataracts, cancer and birth defects, according to the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A 2005 study of
more than 6,000 Taiwanese who lived in apartments
built with radioactive reinforcing steel from 1983 to
2005 showed a statistically signifcant increase in leu-
kemia and breast cancer.
India and China were the top sources of radioactive
goods shipped to the U.S. through 2008, according to
the Department of Homeland Security. Bartley, a met-
allurgist who has tracked radioactive contamination
since the early 1990s, said there’s no evidence the situ-
ation has improved.
Two years after an Indian scrap-metal worker died
from radiation exposure, the world’s second-most pop-
ulous country hasn’t installed alarms, the Ministry of
Shipping said in December.
“The same thing could easily happen again tomorrow,”
said Deepak Jain, 65, who owns the yard where the
worker died. “We have no protection. The government
promised a lot, but has delivered absolutely nothing.”
Indeed, we are being bombarded with low-level radi-
ation from all sides:
Above-ground nuclear tests created “background” lev-
els of radioactive cesium and iodine for the frst time.
Countries dump everything from radiation from nu-
clear meltdowns to radioactive submarines in the ocean
and the air
In Japan, radioactive crops are being mixed into
The U.S. apparently signed a pact with Japan agree-
ing that the U.S. will continue buying seafood from
Japan, despite that food is not being tested for radio-
Much of our food is now intentionally irradiated
(The government has even treated some people as
What can we do? Counterpunch notes:
You can tell the DOE to continue to keep its radioac-
tive metal out of the commercial metal supply, com-
merce, and our personal items. You can demand a full
environmental impact statement. Comment deadline is
Feb. 9, 2013. Email to: scrap_PEAcomments@hq.doe.
gov (with an underscore after “scrap_”). Snail mail to:
Jane Summerson / DOE NNSA / PO Box 5400, Bldg.
401K. AFB East / Albuquerque, New Mexico 87185
n engineer who exposed
fundamental faws in
the TSA’s body scanners
and eventually sued the
agency, has now fled
suit against the City of
New York for proposals
to use the scanners on
Last month, NYPD
Commissioner Ray Kelly
told CBS New York that
his department is looking to deploy Terahertz Imaging
Detection scanners on the street in the war on “illegal
The technology measures energy radiating from
the body up to 16 feet away and can detect anything
Kelly noted that the scanners, currently being would
be used in “reasonably suspicious circumstances” only,
and were intended to cut down on the number of stop-
and-frisks on the street, which many consider to be a
violation of the Fourth Amendment.
The Commissioner suggested that once fully devel-
oped, the devices would be mounted in squad cars,
noting that making the technology portable was a
Noting that the deployment of such technology onto
the streets would raise signifcant privacy issues, the
police Commissioner said “We have involved our attor-
neys as we go forward with this issue.”
Jonathan Corbett, an engineer and software designer,
who runs the blog TSA Out Of Our Pants, announced
this week that he has fled suit against New York City
for “its testing and planned (or current?) deployment
of terahertz imaging devices to be used on the general
public from NYPD vans.”
Describing the devices as a “virtual stop-and-frisk,”
Corbett notes that his civil complaint, comes attached
with a motion for a preliminary injunction that would
“prohibit use of the device on random people on their
way to school, work, the theater, or the bar.”
“It is unfortunate that it seems that government at all
levels is always in need of a fresh reminder that the cit-
izens for whom it exists demand privacy, and that each
technological advance is not a new tool to violate our
privacy. However, as often as proves to be necessary,
we will give them that reminder.” Corbett writes.
Corbett became the frst person to sue the TSA relat-
ing to it’s body scanners after the federal agency de-
ployed them as a primary screening method in 2010.
A video Corbett produced showing him walking
through a scanner with a concealed metal object went
viral on the internet last year. The TSA failed to even
address the fact that Corbett had proven the body scan-
ners could be easily defeated, and then it threatened
journalists not to cover the story.
Corbett’s case was provided increased gravitas when
a recent Homeland Security report noted that feder-
al investigators have “identifed vulnerabilities in the
screening process” involving the scanners.
Members of Congress then invited him to present his
fndings in a hearing last May.
However, in October, the Supreme Court refused to
reopen Corbett’s case against the TSA, after The 11th
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a previous dis-
missal by federal courts in Florida.
It is important to note that the scanners currently be-
ing developed for use in New York are not the same as
the TSA’s backscatter scanners, which emit radiation,
and have been cited as potential health threats.
However, it has been noted that the proposed technol-
ogy in these street scanners would subject citizens to an-
other documented health risk – the destruction of DNA.
Studies reveal that THz waves “unzip double-strand-
ed DNA, creating bubbles in the double strand that
could signifcantly interfere with processes such as
gene expression and DNA replication,” according to
MIT’s Technology Review.
The scanners, which are much like the TSA’s airport
‘millimeter wave’ scanners, can create “bubbles in the
double strand that could signifcantly interfere with
processes such as gene expression and DNA replica-
tion,” according to the Center for Nonlinear Studies at
Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
For more information, also see this paper posted at
the Cornell University Library.
The NYPD argues that the technology will only be
used in exceptional circumstances, however, it is being
fne-tuned with the help of the Department of Defense
counter-terrorism unit, indicating that the intention is
to scan people at rail stations or heavily populated plac-
es such as sporting events.
Indeed, multiple sets of documents released under
the Freedom Of Information Act have proven that the
Department of Homeland Security has been planning
for some time to use body scanners beyond airports.
The most recent, obtained by Jon Corbett, re-
vealed that in the year prior to rolling out body
scanners in airports, the TSA was drawing up long
term plans to deploy the machines at “ferry termi-
nals, railway, and mass transit stations” as well as
unspecified “other locations”.
The DHS has claimed that it dropped plans for mobile
body scanners a long time ago. However, a separate
set of documents recently obtained by The Electronic
Privacy Information Center revealed that the DHS con-
tinued to pursue the plans.
The DHS was still operating the program in
March 2011, just two days prior to claiming it had
“dropped the projects in a very early phase after
testing showed flaws”.
Previous EPIC FOIA work also produced records
showing that the DHS is actively moving to install
scanners in all manner of public places,
The technologies include “intelligent video,” back-
scatter x-ray, Millimeter Wave Radar, and Terahertz
Wave, and could be deployed at subway platforms,
sidewalks, sports arenas, and shopping malls.
EPIC fled a specifc lawsuit against the DHS for at-
tempting to keep the program secret.
In February 2011, EPIC discovered that the DHS had
paid contractors “millions of dollars on mobile body
scanner technology that could be used at railways, sta-
diums, and elsewhere” on crowds of moving people.
According to the documents, the TSA plans to expand
the use of these systems to peer under clothes and in-
side bags away from airports.
The documents included a “Surface Transportation
Security Priority Assessment” [PDF] which revealed
details of conducting risk assessments and possible
implementation of body scanners in “Mass transit,
commuter and long-distance passenger rail, freight
rail, commercial vehicles (including intercity buses),
and pipelines, and related infrastructure (including
roads and highways), that are within the territory of
the United States.”
The DHS maintained that it had discontinued the pro-
gram, but refused to provide the proof, invoking sev-
eral FOIA exemption clauses, ironically including one
that cited “invasion of personal privacy”.
EPIC also noted that the DHS has actively deployed
“mobile body scanner technology in vans that are able to
scan other vehicles while driving down public roadways.”
“These vans, known as ‘Z Backscatter Vans,’ are
capable of seeing through vehicles and clothing and
routinely store the images that they generate.” EPIC’s
As we previously reported, while the focus remained
on the TSA’s use of naked body scanners at airports, the
feds had already purchased hundreds of x-ray scanners
mounted in vans that were being used to randomly scan
vehicles, passengers and homes in complete violation of
the Fourth amendment and with wanton disregard for
any health consequences.
WSBTV reported on once instance of the mobile scan-
ners being used to check trucks for explosive devices at
an internal checkpoint set up by Homeland Security,
the Department of Transportation, and the TSA. Off-
cials admitted there was no specifc threat that justifed
the checkpoint, and although it was labeled a “count-
er-terror operation,” the scans were also being conduct-
ed in the name of “safety”.
The TSA has wholly failed to inform the American
people before rolling out such technology. Indeed, EPIC
continues to fght another ongoing lawsuit against the
agency, which has already found that the TSA was
in violation of federal law when it deployed scanners
to airports in 2009 without holding public notifction
hearings. Since that time the TSA has completely ig-
nored a court order to set the public comment process
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ixth graders are being asked to design new fags for com-
munist countries in school districts across Texas as part of
a curriculum critics have decried as “mind control” intend-
ed to make children sympathize with socialist ideals.
Creators of CSCOPE, an electronic curriculum manage-
ment system used in over 70 per cent of school districts in
Texas, were confronted by witnesses and members of the
Senate Education Committee during a hearing last week in
Austin, who complained that the material included in the
program was “anti-Christian at best and openly socialist at worst.”
One lesson plan involved students being set the task of designing symbols
for communist fags. The plan, “showed different countries’ fags and in-
structed students to “notice that socialist and communist countries use sym-
bolism on their fags.” It went on to ask students what symbols they would
use if they were to create a fag for a new socialist country.”
Senator Larry Taylor questioned whether the lesson was intended to infu-
ence children into, “sympathizing with those types of countries.”
Other lesson plans, which are included to ensure teachers, “adhere to com-
plicated state curriculum requirements,” portrayed participants in the Boston
Tea Party as terrorists while promoting pro-Islamic ideals.
“Committee Chairman Dan Patrick, R-Houston, called it “a mess.” One wit-
ness compared the system to “mind control,” and an algebra teacher wept as
he described quitting because he felt he was “aiding and abetting a crime” by
using CSCOPE in his classroom,” reports the Associated Press.
While children are being encouraged to explore socialist ideals, they are be-
ing punished for activities as American as mom and apple pie - such as an in-
cident in Maryland where two 6-year-olds were suspended for pointing their
fngers into gun shapes while playing “cops and robbers” with each other.
Innumerable other similar inc dents over the last two months where chil-
dren have been targeted for playing with toy guns, or even imaginary weap-
ons, have begun to characterize American schools as breeding grounds for
hysteria, where basic constitutional ideas like the second amendment are
treated with absolute disdain.
Over the years, there have also been several incidents of children being sus-
pended for “patriotic” drawings, such as pictures of a US Marine fring a
A 7-year-old boy attending a Madison City School was suspended in De-
cember for drawing images of guns and having an “extensive knowledge of
frearms.” The boy’s father is a frearms instructor.
A student in Florence, Arizona was also suspended recently for having a
picture of a gun as his desktop screensaver.
As Mac Slavo points out, “Fundamental bedrock American principles pro-
tected under the US Constitution, such as the right to bear arms, are vilifed
by our government sponsored education system. Yet, promoting Communism,
a system responsible for the democide of hundreds of millions of people over
the last century (ironically, by way of the gun) is perfectly acceptable.”
CURRICULUM USED IN 70% OF
SCHOOLS DISTRICTS IN TExAS LA-
BELED “MIND CONTROL”
written by Paul JosePh Watson
What’s behind the punishment
for faKe Guns in sChools?
he Obama administration’s Department of
Agriculture has released nutrition standards
for “competitive” foods and has outlawed
snacks considered unhealthy by the nanny
state federal government.
“Regular soda is out, though high-school-
ers may have access to diet versions,” The Hill reports.
That’s right – the government is recommending our
kids drink soda laden with the deadly neurotoxin as-
As usual, the right hand of government has no idea
what the left hand is doing… or maybe it does.
Aspartame is so dangerous and detrimental to
health, even the FDA has failed to approve it – for two
Despite this, more than 6,000 products, consumed
by over 100 million people worldwide, contain aspar-
tame, including: soft drinks, chewable vitamins, sug-
n the latest episode of Ban Fake Guns, we
have a boy suspended from school in Flor-
ence, Arizona, for carrying, yes, a picture of
a gun on his computer. Screen saver. This is
surely a sign of complete mental breakdown
by school offcials. And yet one more reason
to home school.
Steve Watson’s article titled “Six-Year-Old
Girl Expelled for Bringing Plastic Toy Gun to
Show and Tell” runs down the recent litany
of fake gun crimes at schools across America, resulting
in student suspensions, suspension hearings and actual
Transparent toy gun. South Carolina.
Gun built from lego bricks. Massachusetts.
Two kids talking about a nerf gun. New York.
An actual nerf gun. New York.
A pink bubble gun. Pennsylvania.
A paper gun. Pennsylvania.
Pointing a fnger and saying “pow.” Maryland.
Playing cops and robbers with fngers. Maryland.
Making a gun “hand gesture.” Oklahoma.
Should we assume that because cops and school off-
cials can’t stop real crimes, they’re settling for stopping
Can you hear the typical response to these school
suspensions and lockdowns? “Well, everybody in the
community is on edge these days, after Sandy Hook.”
That remark garners a “Mmm, well, sure.”
Then, the follow-up: “It’s unfortunate that school of-
fcials and police MAY HAVE overreacted. Suspension
from school is PROBABLY too much. These kids need
some form of LESSER DISCIPLINE, and, of course, ED-
UCATION about the dangers of guns.”
And there you have it. It’s a sleight-of-hand trick. Go
completely overboard with an offcially certifed insane
action (suspension, lockdown), and people will ask for
something slightly less insane instead.
“Well, shooting old Bob in the leg and blowing up his
car because he was sitting on his back porch cleaning
his rife was probably a bit much. A few days in jail
would have taught him the right lesson.”
In schools, the slightly less insane (but still quite in-
sane) solution to fake guns might go something like this:
“Today, class, we’re going to learn about how danger-
ous it is to have a picture of a gun.”
“You see, Jimmy, when you build a gun out of lego,
you think it’s all right because you don’t know any bet-
ter. But some other child might be terrifed when she
sees the gun. And that’s why we’re here. To protect ev-
erybody from bad feelings.”
Jimmy scratches his 5-year-old head and wonders
what world he was born into. He’s just been introduced
to “greatest good for the greatest number,” “you have
no freedom,” and “least bad for the lowest number,” all
in fve seconds.
What we’re seeing here is a mandate to change the
culture. Teach these kids that any reference to, symbol
of, or thought about guns is wrong.
Welcome to operant conditioning.
These fake-gun busts are really about thought crimes.
We recently saw that with the passage of a New York
State gun law. It requires psychiatrists to signal the po-
lice when they have a patient who may be “a danger
to himself or others.” The patient is thereafter banned
from owning a gun.
Any patient, any person has had thoughts of violence.
Any psychiatrist can tease such thoughts out of a pa-
tient. And that can be suffcient to make a report to
Eventually, the population can be directed to believe
that “a bad thought” is a defnite and inevitable pre-
cursor to a real crime. Therefore, nip things in the
bud. Label thoughts themselves as crimes and the
“Well, Charlie has been having some very strange
thoughts. Did you know that? I mean, he’s not the per-
son we assumed he was.”
“Strange thoughts? You mean at the party last week?
He was just kidding around.”
“Don’t be an idiot. Thoughts like that lead to serious
crimes. Have you been living in a cave?”
And that’s what it feels like. You were living in a cave.
When you came out, you discovered the public mindset
had changed. All of a sudden, people were believing
something new. In this case, they’re believing that “bad
thoughts” always led to bad actions.
For example, remember crimes before there were
hate crimes? Somebody killed somebody else and he
went on trial for murder. Then the “hate conditions”
were added, to increase the penalties. At that point, the
court system was given the task of reading the crimi-
nal’s mind and deciding why he really did what he did.
If he had the wrong thought before committing mur-
der, he was a murderer-plus.
Soon, you’ll be hearing this: “Little Bobby brought
that nerf gun to school. Twice! It’s incredible! So the
school offcials have referred him to a psychiatrist. And
his parents are making a stink about it! Can you believe
that? Obviously, the boy needs treatment. You know
what? The parents do, too.”
Here’s what you won’t hear. Over the course of the
next year, little Bobby is dosed with Ritalin, Zoloft, and
Valproate. Driven into a psychotic state by the drugs, he
stabs anther child at school.
Then people will say, “Everybody knew this would
happen. That nerf gun was the sign. The boy was hav-
ing bad thoughts.”
Every special group in America with a social agen-
da is now committed to operant conditioning of the
young. This means repetitive indoctrination in school
and intense peer pressure. These groups aren’t messing
around. They aren’t interested in rational dialogue be-
tween consenting adults. They’re going for the throat:
written by Jon raPPoPort
OBAMA PUSHES ASPARTAME ON GRADE
SCHOOLERS, TOOK AWAY BEVERAGE CHOICE
ar-free cough drops, sweeteners, yogurt and a lot of other food products.
Aspartame is responsible for migraine headaches, changes in vision, nausea
and vomiting, abdominal and joint pains, change in heart, depression, memo-
ry loss, seizure and even brain cancer.
“More than these complaints to the FDA, there are also around 10,000 doc-
umented reports of aspartame side effects and over 900 published studies on
the health hazards,” notes Dr. Joseph Mercola.
So now the USDA is pulling traditional potato chips and candy out of schools
and allowing them to be replaced with aspartame products that have a long
history of causing all kinds of health problems and even death.
joint pains, change in heart, depression, memory loss, seizure and even brain
“More than these complaints to the FDA, there are also around 10,000 doc-
umented reports of aspartame side effects and over 900 published studies on
the health hazards,” notes Dr. Joseph Mercola.
So now the USDA is pulling traditional potato chips and candy out of schools
and allowing them to be replaced with aspartame products that have a long
history of causing all kinds of health problems and even death.
brain-bend the young early and often.
So in schools, we have the dissemination of the green
agenda, the bullying agenda, the hate-crime agenda,
the gay and lesbian agenda, the sex-education agen-
da, the vaccination agenda, the psychiatric-treatment
agenda, the share-and-care it’s-all-for-the-group agen-
da, the “living-Constitution” agenda.
I don’t care where you stand on any of these issues.
That’s not the point. The point is, the presence of these
agendas in schools reveals that those who control the
public education system in this country, and those
groups who can wheedle their way in, are truly hei-
nous people who fervently believe children are blank
slates, little machines waiting to be programmed, and
We are talking about a most profound cynicism con-
cerning human beings and what they are made of.
We are talking about the view that humans are abso-
lutely and only mind-controlled devices that require
the proper software and the Go signal to live their
lives and think their thoughts under the supervision
of lines of code.
Get this straight. It doesn’t matter what software
codes you might prefer. What matters is that children
are being put at auction to the highest and most per-
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the teachers repeat it, over and over and over.
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et another disturbing rea-
son has emerged as to why
you should be avoiding
cally modifed organisms,
and it may be one of the
most concerning yet. We
know that GMO consump-
tion has been linked to a
host of serious conditions,
but one thing we are not
so sure about is the recent discovery of a hidden viral
gene deep within genetically modifed crops.
For years, GMOs have been consumed knowingly
and unknowingly around the globe, with Monsanto
and the United States government claiming that the
altered franken crops are perfectly safe despite very
limited (or virtually none in some cases) initial testing
and scientists speaking out against the dangers. One
such danger that has actually not been spoken about
has been revealed in a recent report by a safety watch-
dog group known as the European Food Safety Author-
ity (EFSA).Another Dirty Secret of Monsanto
In the EFSA report, which can be read online, you
can fnd (within the scientifc wording) that research-
ers discovered a previously unknown viral gene that is
known as ‘Gene VI’. What’s concerning is that not only
is the rogue gene found in the most prominent GMO
crops and about 63% of GMO traits approved for use
(54 out of 86 to be precise), but it can actually disrupt
the very biological functions within living organisms.
Popular GMO crops such as Roundup-Ready soybeans,
NK603, and MON810 corn were found to contain the
gene that induces physical mutations. NK603 maize,
of course, was also recently linked to the development
of mass tumors in rats.
According to Independent Science News, Gene VI
also inhibits RNA silencing. As you may know, RNA
silencing has been pinpointed as vital for the prop-
er functioning of gene expression when it comes to
RNA. Perhaps more topically, it is a defense mecha-
nism against viruses in plants and animals alike. On
the contrary, many viruses have developed genes that
disable this protective process. Independent Science
News reports that the Gene VI is one such gene.
Overall, there is a degree of knowledge on Gene VI.
What we do know going by information within the
report is that the gene:Helps to assemble virus parti-
cles, Inhibits the natural defense of the cellular sys-
tem, Produces proteins that are potentially problem-
atic, Makes plants susceptible to bacterial pathogens.
All of which are very signifcant effects that should
be studied in depth by an independent team of sci-
entists after GMO products are taken off the market
pending further research on the entire array of asso-
ciated diseases. And that does not even include the
effects we are unaware of.
This is yet another incident in which Monsanto and
other biotech companies are getting away with an
offense against the citizens of the world with (most
likely) no action taken by the United States govern-
ment. What we have seen, however, is nations like
Russia, Poland, Hungary, and Peru taking a stand
against Monsanto in direct opposition to their disre-
gard for public safety. Russia, in fact, banned Mon-
santo’s GMO corn variety after it was linked to mass
tumors in rats.
As more and more dirty secrets come out from the
GMO industry at large, it gives further reason and
more support to remove GMOs as a whole from the
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nalist, featured on many media outlets. He has also
created NaturalSociety.com, a natural health website.
written by anthonY GuCCiardi
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To whom it may concern,
Toward the end of last year, I purchased Rosa Koire’s book, “Behind The Green
Mask: U.N. Agenda 21.” After completing the book, I wrote a guest opinion for our
local newspaper (the Bucks County Courier Times) That said, enclosed you’ll fnd the
[newspaper’s] response (Mr. Guy Petroziello—[the] editorial page editor for the Bucks
County Courier Times) to me; and my dialogue with him, after my essay being call
a “conspiracy theory,” “nutty” and “farfetched.” Anyway, I think you’ll fnd it all very
enlightening, if not mildly humorous.
Best regards, Bruce Paone
FIRST RESPONSE FROM NEWSPAPER
This sounds like some huge conspiracy theory. What’s the hard evidence of actual
impact in Bucks County? Without such evidence, this sounds a bit hysterical – like it
was written by an Elvis-isn’t-dead disciple. I don’t mean to be offensive; just making a
point. I think readers would fnd it all a bit nutty.
REPLY FROM BRUCE
I’m not the Lord. I can’t make the blind see nor the deaf hear. Especially, when some
of them, like yourself, refuse to acknowledge the 15 separate links I provided, which
illustrate the exact (factual) points Ms. Koire makes in her book—from transit villages
being establish throughout the Delaware Valley, to the chief of police in Doylestown
calling for their police department to regionalize.
Moreover, I challenge you to ask around your offce, or your circle of friends—espe-
cially the ones that live locally—and see how many of
them are aware that numerous local communities (like
Falls and Middletown Township) are involved in ICLEI
and the United Nations; or more importantly, if they’ve
ever even heard of ICLEI or Sustainable Development at
Additionally, see how many, if any, residents are aware
that Bucks County’s “Open Space” programs are affliat-
ed in some respect with ICLEI and the United Nations; or
whether they know that these Open Space programs, for
which local taxpayers are “on the hook,” utilizes bond
issues that aren’t paid off for forty years.
How many people know that there’s a President’s
Council on Sustainable Development, or an Executive
Order (EO-12852) that provide s for its national imple-
mentation? Not to mention knowing that a non-govern-
mental agency (NGO) of the U.N. is providing their local
townships with sample policies, ordinances and resolu-
tions. Yes, Guy, I believe that is (and would be) news to
most residents of Bucks County.
Quite frankly, what surprised me most about your
response was your total lack of curiosity regarding the
issue; you being a person involved in the news media.
After I fnished Ms. Koire’s book a few quick questions
jumped into my mind, even as a non-news person. Ques-
tions that, quoting you, “WOULD ACTUALLY IMPACT
BUCKS COUNTY.” They are:
Do ICLEI members (participating townships) pay dues?
Are ICLEI dues paid by the participating township’s
Where are the regional ICLEI meetings held?
Are ICLEI meetings open to the public? (Especially, if
the taxpayers are the dues)
Are minutes kept of the ICLEI meetings? (Are they cov-
ered under the FOIA laws?)
Are minutes available to the public?
Are ICLEI minutes provided to the participating town-
ships? (If so, who keeps them and are they covered
behind the Green masK:
u.n. agEnda 21
under the FOIA laws?)
Is there, or has their ever been, correspondence be-
tween the regional ICLEI governing body and the
individual townships? Who maintains that correspon-
dence? Are they open for review and inspection and
are they covered under FOIA statutes?
How are ICLEI representatives chosen by the partici-
pating townships and how long do they serve?
Do township representatives to ICLEI have to live in
the townships they represent?
What are the qualifcations needed to become a town-
ship representative to ICLEI and have they been me-
Are any of their (the township’s representative to
ICLEI) expenses paid for out of township funds?
Are receipts required by the various townships, for
reimbursement of ICLEI related expenses incurred by
their township’s representatives to the organization?
(Are they open for public inspection and covered un-
Furthermore, I understand the Couriers reticence in
publishing facts that will expose our local political class
(over issues that most Bucks County citizens/taxpay-
ers—those paying for these programs—don’t know any-
thing about), to derision. I also understand the paper’s
reluctance in publishing an opinion piece that reports
on a story that the paper itself has a fduciary respon-
sibility to divulge, but chose not to. After all, I’m not a
paid reporter just an average citizen who loves his na-
tion and his community. Trust me, by trying to publicly
disclose this story I didn’t intentionally mean to hurt
your feelings, or the feelings of anyone else associated
with the Courier Times. If I have, I apologize.
In closing, I don’t own the paper, and you hold the fnal
say over what the public does (and doesn’t) get to know.
As for me, I don’t take any personal umbrage over your
decision either way. I stand by what I’ve written, with
the proviso, that I didn’t write the book. I only read it,
and reported a portion of the main points the author
tried to establish as best I understood them. I did, how-
ever, endeavor to go the extra mile and provide you with
mainstream media stories—even from the New York
Times—which further established the points Ms. Koire
made in her book. I also realized before sending my
Guest Opinion that it probably would not be published.
That said, I still believe you, personally, to be a frm be-
liever in the First Amendment. However, I was saddened
by your name-calling. I don’t believe in name-calling in
any form. I don’t believe in calling black people the “N
word,” or gay people the “F” word, or in calling people’s
opinions, who are well-informed, but disagree with my
own, the other “N” word: “nutty.” In fact, I believe that
type of threatening offensive speech should not be used
by educated enlighten individuals. What’s more, I don’t
believe bullying of that kind has a place anywhere in
society today, not even in the schoolyard. As it’s not the
type of behavior illustrative of a well-balanced profes-
sional mind, nor is it the type dialogue, hate-speech re-
ally, that leads to respectful civil discourse.
Again, I thank you for printing most of the composi-
tions I’ve written over the years. However, I do believe
that our community’s public discourse will be that much
more diminished for my non-participation.
Sincerely, Bruce Paone
P.S. For the record: In two separate e-mails now you’ve
referred to my essays as “conspiracy theories.” For you
edifcation, theory is supposition based on general prin-
ciples of something to be explained. Fact is a thing that is
indisputably the case. Therefore, what I’ve provided you
is not “conspiracy theory” but “conspiracy fact,” and you
should know better...
I’ll give it some second thought. Your submissions are
always well written and thoughtful. I just fnd this one
a little farfetched; other editors here likewise found it a
bit out there. By the way, I don’t agree that I was “name
calling”. There’s a difference between that and plain
language. Sorry if I offended but I tend to be direct in
order to be clear and avoid miscommunication. Regard-
ing your list of impacts: Other than the possibility that
a municipality paid dues, how has this hurt or affected
the towns you cited. And with regard to regionalization,
we support it as a logical way to save taxpayers money
and avoid duplication of services. Not a conspiracy from
EDITOR’S NOTE: This text has been edited for space,
clarity and grammar.
< POLICE STATE
We created a classic
to properly place
ourselves within the
context of the for-
mat. The body of the
page is composed of
police state measures
that have recently
happened or that are
happening right now.
Beneath these head-
lines is an image of
a metropolis being
invaded by vultures
with camera heads.
Inspired by “Gulli-
ver’s Travels” and
the Lilliputians, this
spread explores the
idea of the public as
a sleeping giant, who
if awakened could
throw the ruling elite
off its back. The stag
being taken down by
hounds is actually
taken from a plate in
the MET’s collection,
echoing the theme of
predator and prey.
but not too similar either, because then the collaboration will
not yield an interesting result. At this point, we’ve worked so
closely on The Moonshiner that we can almost complete each
other’s thoughts when it comes to design ideas. That’s not
something you fnd easily.
J: While working on SW!PE, the editorial meetings were usu-
ally held at Grassroots Bar on St. Marks in Manhattan.
P: Most of the editors were on the same page when it came
to social issues and politics, so we would end up having wide
ranging discussions over issues such as the rising police state
and the imploding economy.
J: Then one night, the discussion got particularly heated—a
Peter Hoffmeister: I frst met Jack after getting a job at the MET Museum as a
guard back in 2008.
Jack Laughner: It’s a great place to work as a day job. The amount of creativity
you’re exposed to is immense.
P: The museum really is an informal community of artists, which is why the cre-
ation of SW!PE was inevitable.
J: SW!PE [Magazine] is put together and composed of artwork
P: by artists who are also museum guards.
J: After three issues with SW!PE, Pete and I stepped down as editors to pursue a
project more personal to our sensibilities, The Moonshiner.
P: Collaborating is not the easiest thing.
You have to fnd someone who has a similar aesthetic and approach as yourself,
Jack and Pete hand
out the first issue of
The Moonshiner on
the streets of New
York City Nov. 11, 2012.
A Contruction worker
who stopped to read
and talk about the
The Moonshiner with Jack
Laughner & Peter Hoffmeister
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natural gut reaction to the state of our
failing society. It was as simple as Peter
and I looking at each other...
P: The time had come to start our own proj-
ect, which we dubbed “The Moonshiner.”
The title is a reference
to running contra-
band, which is exact-
ly what truth and fact
seems to be these
J: I’m sure [that night] the room glowed
with the light bulb shining above our
heads, because it was the perfect solu-
tion for a platform for our frustrations
not only as citizens of this country, but as
artists as well.
P: Jack and I decided we wanted a news-
paper, but not a typical one, and went
from there. We wanted to emphasize the
visual over the written word, favoring the
immediacy of an image over an article.
J: It’s a concept that has been misunder-
stood by most.
P: We made the newspaper itself into an
art object, by appropriating the format.
In doing so, we are critiquing the mass
media controlled narrative, by address-
ing issues we feel are missing from the
conversation. Also, the simple act of
printing anything these days brings up
the question of paper as a “dying me-
dium”, which we want people to think
twice about considering the dangers of
J: The Moonshiner is an attempt at pro-
testing the act of electronic censorship.
Like Alex says, “...they go high (tech),
we go low.” That’s one great thing about
art; there still is a respect, a fght, for
non-censorship of art in this country.
People may not care about censorship on their daily news outlet, but with art—art
is still seen as something that is still free. We have exploited that ‘last frontier’ with
P: Basically there is a narrative arc to the newspaper, in that we begin with police
state measures that have occurred and are occurring, and then create a hypothesis
of what this could lead to in the future if left unchecked.
J: That has been a driving concept since the inception of our project. Those close
to us have constantly reminded us of the dangers in dealing with subject matter
that The Moonshiner goes into.
The time of being scared or apprehensive has
passed. In our eyes, you’re either all in, or not.
P: An important aspect of Malcolm’s identity are his letters
found throughout the paper, which Jack and I wrote. We con-
ceptualized these as “future primary source documents,” […]
our way of creating a keyhole through which the viewer looks,
though we do not want this future to happen of course, we sim-
ply want the paper to function as a wake up call.
J: For me, walking through the museum, and seeing the artists
I admire: Goya, Daumier, Grosz, etc...and how they fought
against tyranny in their time; if I didn’t commit to the same
level, then in my mind, I would be a hypocrite or a coward.
P: You can see on pages 14 and 15
Malcolm is wheat-pasting “police
state rising” over a public service
announcement poster, and so he
also falls within the historical lin-
eage of those who have used their
art to protest the tyranny of their
time, from Goya to contemporary
artists like Trevor Paglen.
J: Malcolm Ford is a manifestation of all the artists through-
This is a timeline of
police state measures
in the U.S., starting
with FDR’s intern-
ment of Japanese
Americans in 1942
(by executive order
no less), and it con-
tinues through today,
into a hypothetical
future, where unfor-
tunately the logical
conclusion is com-
This spread rep-
resents a scenario
a few years down
the road, when mi-
pages show Malcolm
as an artist/activist,
and begin to intro-
duce fragments of
letters that describe
what is happening in
the future. They are
purposefully left a bit
obscure to generate
interest in the viewer
and stoke the fires of
out time who have stood up and used
their simple means as a form of social
criticism/social protest, towards expos-
ing the tyrants of their day.
P: We want to show people the power
that lay in their own minds, by expos-
ing the cognitive dissonance created by
news media and entertainment. We are
all born into this world as individuals,
with the power to accomplish whatever
we like. Jack and I want everyone to re-
member that. It seems we are purpose-
fully made to forget this important part
J: The frst issue deals specifcally with
the Police State. The second issue,
which is currently in its conceptual
stage, deals with Eugenics. The rise of
the Police State is something that we
can all agree on. We strategically start-
ed with this idea as a launching pad for
more hard core issues.
P: For me, creating art is inherently po-
litical. Even if the content is subjective
as with an abstract painting, true art
is an expression of a free mind, saying
“Here I Am.” That is very political. In
fact, part of the reason communist re-
gimes hated abstract art was because
it does not have a fxed meaning, and
thereby encourages free thought.
J: I could paint landscapes or portraits
for the rest of my life, or I could at-
tempt something greater than my own
psychological self. I could attempt to
make a difference in another’s mind.
To me, great art
stands up for some-
thing greater than the
artist who created
it. Those artists who
couldn’t be silenced,
they speak to me.
P: We’ve become great friends and real-
ly bonded over this project, and learned
a lot from each other in the process,
partly because our personal work is so
different. I see this difference as a great
strength. And now we’ve been able to
put all that together into something
that neither of us would be able to cre-
ate on our own.
J: Working with Peter has been the
most satisfying artistic endeavor I’ve
experienced. The subject matter we
deal with is very heavy. Having a con-
fdant while creating the project has
proven to ground me throughout the
P: This project has been a great way to
start conversations with people about
current events and issues facing us as
a society. Most people agree there is a
problem. We spoke with many people
who thanked us for what we were do-
ing. Then they always asked, “What can
I do?” We told them to have these same
conversations with friends and family,
and to spread the word. Change can be
small, but spread over many people it
will become quite large.
Awareness and con-
sciousness should be-
come a way of life.
J: No matter how
dark or covered that
path may be, I hope
they have the courage
to pursue their own
dream for a better
P: In the next couple of weeks we plan
to hand out the newspapers in front
of NYC art museums. The newspapers
will also be for sale on our website’s
store, and there are plans to e-publish
the newspaper as well, since there is
no denying the power of the Internet
and digital communication. The print-
ed version is a limited edition of 1,000,
hand-numbered and signed by us.
Peter is currently a guard at the MET Museum
and is planning a solo show at Morris-Jumel
Mansion in New York City this fall, which was
George Washington’s headquarters early on in the
Revolutionary War. To learn more about or contact
Peter visit PeterHoffmeister.com.
Jack is also still at the MET Museum. He works
as an art handler and is happily married to his
wife, Megan. To learn more or contact Jack visit
To learn more about The Moonshiner and to
find out how to get a copy of the latest issue
visit WhoIsMalcolmFord.wordpress.com and/or
the artists - JACK and pete
created by david mivshek
1. Athlete’s ___
5. ___ of Liberty
9. There’s a war on for these, Jones says
14. “Fights data” with Jones’s magazine? (with 72-Across)
15. Tax saving strategies
16. 153, to Caesar
17. Democratic wing
18. Workforce agcy.
19. German village
20. Second Amendment violation (with 66-Across and
22. “World trapped” in Jones’s web? (with 60-Across)
23. Vehicle for CIA trips?
24. After Mar.
26. National Association for Female Executives: abbr.
27. Flip-fopping sib?
30. Bayer pill
33. New Republican Force: abbr.
34. 9/11 The __ to Tyranny
36. One receives Jones’s signal
38. Company Jones “started communications” with?
41. See 38-Across
45. Rabbi, e.g.
47. Lake powering Canada and U.S.
48. Explosive Ordnance Disposal: abbr.
54. Chips for the CIA
55. Cymbalta or Effexor lett.
57. Bank deposit?
60. See 22-Across
62. Fast and Furious, e.g.
66. See 20-Across
69. It’s double-stuffed
70. CO–PRO connection
71. Flesh, to a zombie
72. See 14-Across
73. Pro and con follower?
74. ___ of the Republic
75. Tyrannical global govs.
28. Wade’s counterpart
29. See 20-Across
31. Jeremiah Wright, e.g.
32. Wit that likes the New World Order
35. Rep’s counterpart
37. Tax status no one likes
39. System: abbr.
40. Roosevelt said: “...the critic who counts”
42. Offcial Records: abbr.
43. Grave letters?
44. “The Star-Spangled Banner” lyricist
46. Emotion Jones feel for the TSA
48. ___ de corps
49. Where you can see the Alex Jones Show
50. Rangel’s objectives
52. What Gov. Walker faced
53. Bin Laden’s alleged burial site
56. Bay of Pigs, e.g.
61. Frankenfsh fshes
62. Ventura, once
64. Before space
65. Opposite of “gain”
67. International Monetary Fund: abbr.
68. Drug Enforcement Agency: abbr.
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14 15 16
17 18 19
20 21 22
23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34 35 36 37
38 39 40 41 42 43 44
45 46 47
48 49 50 51 52 53 54
55 56 57 58 59
60 61 62 63 64 65
66 67 68 69
70 71 72
73 74 75
1. Sportswear company
2. Washington’s bills?
4. Police State 3: ___ Enslavement
6. Remove from offce
7. Advanced deg.?
8. Social Security Administration: abbr.
9. Mothers and Caregivers Economic Rights: abbr.
10. KRS-One’s “crazy” slang
11. Cube maker
13. Wiedman’s movie Jones plays himself in (with The)
21. 1776 ctry.
22. He led the only coup d’etat in England
24. On ___
27. Dot follower
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