In the News ∞ 9/11 Truth Event

In light of all the stunning evidence about molecular dissociation and elevated levels of tritium, etc., why do we have to obsessively focus on the video discrepancies, twelve years later? Twelfth Bough

Am I becoming too cynical? This seems like a great event, yet I ask myself why this is happening, here, and now? Tickets for the event were sold out. For anyone who is looking for a good source for the truth about 9/11, you can start here.

9.11CanadaTour

Freedom ∞ The Four Herds by Hatrick Penry

motherbarbarian:

Here is an amazing post from Hatrick Penry which shows us our world as we need to understand it, beautifully and concisely expressed. We can not improve our lives until we are fully cognisant of all the particulars of our construct.

Regarding the 4th herd of which Hatrick Penry writes, I do not like to use the term Illuminati at this point, shrouded as it is by so many layers of disinformation. The Living Tiki likes to refer to them as the Evil Ones, which certainly fits the bill, but I find it does not work for me to use such strong language when speaking to people who are only beginning to contemplate that there might be problems with our world (the first herd). I call these people our ruling elite, and it is my wish for us all that we can one day break free of their tyranny.

Originally posted on hatrickpenry:

The Four Herds.

by Tony Muga aka: Hatrick Penry

c. 2012

“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our mind.” ~ Bob Marley

The 1st herd:

The 1st herd lives and dies by the word of the mainstream media. What Diane Sawyer and Dan Rather say is law, reality, the truth. End of story. It’s very, very hard to awaken a member of the 1st herd. After all, it’s such a comfortable, pleasant reality in which they live. Members of the 1st herd are often referred to as ‘sheeple’ and in a manner of speaking, they are sheared on a regular basis. There is a theory that many in the 1st herd know of the other two herds but prefer a good shearing every now and then to the reality of the ‘desert of the real’.

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Playlist ∞ Masters of War

You that never done nothin’
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it’s your little toy

In February 1961, President Eisenhower sent the world a warning when he gave his farewell address from the Oval Office:

In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.

In 1963, Bob Dylan wrote and recorded Masters of War, possibly the ultimate anti-war song.  In an interview, published in USA Today the day before the September 11 attacks in 2001, Dylan linked his song to Eisenhower’s speech.  It is 50 years since Eisenhower’s speech and this song were written yet we are still fighting the same uphill battle against militarisation.  As a mother of 10, I have to ask -can we do better?

I really could not pick one version of this song to post, so I had to put them all up.  Please post a vote for your favourite in the comments section, and pass it on to friends and family. 

Warren Haynes version

 
Masters of War
Come you masters of war
You that build all the guns
You that build the death planes
You that build the big bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just want you to know
I can see through your masks.

You that never done nothin’
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it’s your little toy
You put a gun in my hand
And you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run farther
When the fast bullets fly.

How much do I know
To talk out of turn
You might say that I’m young
You might say I’m unlearned
But there’s one thing I know
Though I’m younger than you
Even Jesus would never
Forgive what you do.

You fasten the triggers
For the others to fire
Then you set back and watch
When the death count gets higher
You hide in your mansion
As young people’s blood
Flows out of their bodies
And is buried in the mud.

Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could
I think you will find
When your death takes its toll
All the money you made
Will never buy back your soul.

And I hope that you die
And your death’ll come soon
I will follow your casket
In the pale afternoon
And I’ll watch while you’re lowered
Down to your deathbed
And I’ll stand o’er your grave
‘Til I’m sure that you’re dead

 
American folk singer Odetta, from her 1965 album, Odetta Sings Dylan.

 
Eddie Vedder

 
The Staples Singers

 
Julie Felix (love this, terrific performance – never heard of her before)

 
And finally, after a lot of searching, the original – Mr. Bob Dylan. I can’t embed it for some reason, but the link works.

Bob Dylan – Masters of War

 
 
Related: Oh Canada? Caves to Global Gun Treaty

Worth Watching ∞ O What A Lovely War!

We are killing off, slowly but surely, the best in the male population. The sons of Europe are being crucified on the barbed wire because you misguided masses are crying out for it…War cannot be won. No one can win a war!  

Given the current state of world affairs, now is a good time to post about this excellent film, and hope that its message makes sense to those who read this.  Please pass it on if you think it does.

Sir Richard Attenborough’s brilliant directorial debut, O What A Lovely War (1969) examines the events of  WWI, from its inception to end.  The film is based on the 1963 stage musical by Joan Littlewood, which used period songs to tell the story of the archetypal Smith family’s experiences through the war.  I think it would be impossible for anyone – mother, father, brother, sister, husband, wife – to watch this movie and not have their view of war changed forever. 

The clip below features Vanessa Redgrave, who plays activist Sylvia Pankhurst, delivering a powerful anti-war speech to a very hostile crowd.  It is sadly ironic that the same speech would not be out of place in today’s protests.  As one of their placards reads “Civilization is bleeding to death!”: 

 
The churches sanctioning of the bloodbath is also raised, as the British troops gather in a ruined abbey for an interfaith service just before a major offensive. A priest tells the gathered masses of soldiers that each religion has endorsed the war by way of allowing soldiers to eat pork if Jewish, meat on Fridays if Catholic, and work through the sabbath if in service of the war for all religions. Even the Dalai Lama blessed the war effort. So, they are all good to go then – all whiter than the whitewash:

 

 
From the poignant last scene, the surviving Smith family members reflect on their loss. Keep in mind that the number of crosses shown (16,000) represents less than the number of deaths in a single battle:

 

 
When They Ask Us How Dangerous It Was
And when they asked us,
How dangerous it was.
Oh! We’ll never tell them,
No, we’ll never tell them.
We spent our pay in some cafe.
And fought wild women night and day,
T’was the cushiest job we ever had.

And when they asked us,
And they’re certainly going to ask us.
The reason why we didn’t win the
Croix de Guerre.
Oh! We’ll never tell them,
No! We’ll never tell them.
There was a front but damned if we knew where.

In the News ∞ Olympics Security

I have come to think of the Olympics as the means to justify an end. An excuse to justify the militarization of vast swathes of area. Penny for your thoughts

The London Olympics security services are being provided by private security company G4S, which also provides security for the Israeli Ministry of Defense.  Undercover journalist Lee Hazeldean applied for and got a job with the security detail.  He describes his concerns in the video below, but here are some highlights, from youtuber UnoRaza:

o 1:29 Allowing access to procedures/training/computers prior to vetting references;
o 1:50 Usual Masonic power structure sidelined; police have no power over G4S;
o 2:00 Poor detection training; allowing trainees to video-record training/procedures;
o 5:40 UK News media blackout on poor security?;
o 14:00 Drugs offered/sold during training;
o 14:30 Trainees taking photos of secured areas;
o 9:05 G4S military company; 100K American/German/? troops brought in to London;
o 20:21 Putting inexperienced NEWBIES over security veterans;
o 22:30 FOLLOWING the Olympics will be a “defining moment for history of London”;
(Rolling out the “New Jerusalem”, perhaps, as per Rik Clay?)
o Turning off detection equipment to allow volume;
o 26:30 Missing uniforms;
o 32:00 200,000 Casket liners purchased that can each contain 4-5 bodies per;
o 34:10 “Search and Destroy” drones to “take out terrorists” in the streets;
o 19:00 Poor training overall including incorrect accreditation;
o 29:25 London evacuation plans for 11 million people;

 
This video was uploaded June 26. Since then, numerous articles have been written about the security concerns the report exposed, which apparently lead to the government’s decision to add further British troops to the already large contingency deployed for security purposes – some 18,200 at last count, not counting all the foreign troops.  Mission accomplished then?

 

In the News ∞ The Munich Massacre – Happy Flashback or Predictive Programming?

‘Till the false is seen as the false, truth is not.  J. Krishnamurti

This beauty of a headline popped up earlier this morning in the yahoo news headlines – The Munich Massacre, only 2 weeks before the opening of the 2012 edition of the worldwide mass worship ritual known as The Summer Olympics.  The aim of the article seems to be:

  1. to point out how many British troops will be taking up residence in London (some 13,500, 4000 more than are currently stationed in Afghanistan).
  2. to remind us that, although the Olympics charter forbids any demonstration of a political nature, the worldwide stage they are played out on provides the perfect opportunity for such displays.
  3. to stir up the ghosts of “terrorists” past by reminding us of the 1972 Summer Olympic killings of 11 members of the Israeli athletic team (the Munich massacre), for what purpose I guess we shall see.

For a different view of what the upcoming Olympics represent, I recommend checking out this post at Atlantean Times, 2012 Predictions, London Olympics, NWO, Royal Family, It’s Time to Wake Up.

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I don’t know why we are being led to anticipate the world’s largest ever false flag event.  I do know a lot of effort is going into producing many visual media images of carnage and death tied up with the London Olympics.  Below is an excellent collection of such images (the first of 7 parts), including the incredibly strange and disturbing Chinese advertisement for the Euro 2012 competition, which ran from June 8 to July 1, 2012. Why does a promo for a soccer tournament (starts at the 4 minute mark) contain images of death and destruction – planes dropping bombs, tanks overrunning the burning capital cities of Europe, black ops soldiers attacking civilians? I wish I knew the answer to that question. Then again, there’s that thing about being careful what you wish for…

Here is a video that breaks down the imagery used in the British Airways’ ad for the Olympics, featuring “London Calling”, a song with apocalyptic tones, released 33 years ago (1979), by the Clash, manufactured agents of change.  The most disturbing part of the ad comes at the 1:48 mark, where a voice interjects “everybody’s dead now”.  Why, British Airways?


London Calling
london calling to the faraway towns
now war is declared – and battle come down
london calling to the underworld
come out of the cupboard you boys and girls
london calling now dont look to us
that phoney beatlemania has bitten the dust
london calling see we aint got no swing
except for the ring of that truncheon thing

the ice age is coming the sun zooming in
meltdown expected
engines stop running and the wheat is growing thin
a nuclear error but i have no fear
london is drowning – and i live by the river

london calling to the imitation zone
forget it brother you can go it alone
london calling to the zombies of death
quit holding out – and draw another breath
london calling – and i dont wanna shout
but while we were talking – i saw you nodding out
london calling see we aint got no highs
except for that one with the yellowy eyes
the ice age is coming the sun zooming in
engines stop running the wheat is growing thin
a nuclear error but i have no fear
cause london is drowning – and i live by the river

now get this
london calling yes I was there too
and you know what they say? well some of it was true
london calling at the top of the dial
and after all this wont you give me a smile?
london calling
i never felt so much alike

 
London is also one of the key battlegrounds for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, released November 8, 2011 and featuring destroyed undergrounds.  From the video below:

“We’re destroying the subway…then open up into one of the most iconic scenes in the entire world – you’ve got the Eye of London to the left and Big Ben to the right. If you’re not playing on the emotional heartstrings of all of Europe right there, I don’t know where you are going…There are a lot of stories about to unfold…”

 

 
Related: Olympic Terror and the FBI is shutting down servers

Playing With Batman – don’t try this at home! (the 2012 edition)

Rock Rebels “Clash” Were Corporate Puppets

 

And Now For Something Completely Different…Dr. Jones, Toy Therapist

G.I. Joe, G.I. Joe, fighting man from head to toe,
On the land, on the sea, in the air…
 

When life gets too serious, it’s time for a humour break. This is for everyone who ever had a G.I. Joe, or a brother who had a G.I. Joe, which should be just about everyone of a certain age, since sales of this first action figure for boys reached almost universal market saturation when first produced in the 60′s and 70′s.  My husband had a G.I. Joe when he was a boy, and our sons had them when they were young. So here is a funny trip down nostalgia lane, with Dr. Jones, Toy Therapist:

 

 
And one more, an amusing look at the stories behind the adventures of G.I. Joe: