Saturday, May 14, 2011

Death by GPS!

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— At about 6,000 feet in a narrow valley surrounded by bulbous, snowcapped mountains, this tiny northeastern Nevada town sits roughly two hours from anywhere, in the middle of nowhere.

It's that remoteness and grandeur that apparently drew Rita and Albert Chretien to the area around Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest as they made their way from Canada to Las Vegas. Albert Chretien has been missing in the wilderness since late March after the couple, guided by a new GPS, ventured off the highway onto muddy, washed-out forest service roads winding deep into the high country.

Rita Chretien was found Friday by a trio of hunters after spending seven weeks in the couple's van stuck in mud, surviving off trail mix, hard candy and water from a nearby stream. Her husband set out on foot to find help, hoping to make it to Mountain City. He hasn't been seen since.

Death By A Thousand Cuts

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The Chinese are going to launch their own version of the COMEX in Hong Kong May 18th. The Hong Kong Merchantile Exchange will start trading it a 32 ounce gold contract. They will no doubt expand this single offering to include silver in the near future. This new market will help break the Anglo American empire monopoly of gold trade in New York and the City of London and allow more liquidity for traders. This will not be a huge event and one that probably won’t be felt in the gold trading community for a while. It is without a doubt, another cut in the under belly of the Anglo American empire.

This new market reminds me of when the Iranians cracked the back of the Petro Dollar by opening the Iranian Oil Bourse on the island of Kish in 2008. This bourse was the first major market outside of the control of the Anglo American empire that allowed settlement for oil in almost every other major currency, other than the dollar. For those of you that do not know how important the petro dollar trade is to our way of life, let me give you a brief recap. When Nixon drank the Keyensian kool aide and took the dollar off of the gold standard, the Elite needed to back the dollar with something. They schemed with the Arabs to have two massive oil shocks that would raise the price of oil dramatically and in turn the Arabs agreed to recycle those petro dollars back into the American economy. I bet you always wondered why the Arabs wanted to squeeze America but then turned aroud and invested all of their proceeds into America? Well, now you know why. In return the American Empire protects the tyrannical Arab families and when necessary take out any threats to that order.

Saddam Hussein got in trouble when he very wisely sold oil for Euros in the UN oil for food scandal. When he would not stop, the Marines went in.

Soul Surfer Is Extraordinary! Don't Miss It

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British Trade of Inhumanity

Britain's white child slaves


During the recent royal wedding the press avoided mention of the royal family’s (and England’s) past association with African slavery. This trade of inhumanity was chartered and encouraged by Queen Elizabeth, and the Duke of York was head of the Royal African Company, a slave trade concern. British slavers were only surpassed in efficiency by slavers of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
British Trade of Inhumanity:

“On the 1st of April, 1772 the [Virginia] House of Burgesses addressed a hot petition to the crown, “imploring his Majesty’s paternal assistance in averting a calamity of a most alarming nature.” It proceeds: “The importation of slaves into the colonies from the coast of Africa hath long been considered as a trade of inhumanity, and under its present encouragement we have too much reason to fear will endanger the very existence of your Majesty’s American dominions. We are sensible that some of your Majesty’s subjects may reap emoluments from this sort of traffic…we most humbly beseech your Majesty to remove all those restraints on your Majesty’s governors of the colony which inhibit their assenting to such House of Burgesses] laws as might check so very pernicious a traffic.

When the vote was taken in the Federal Congress on the resolution to postpone the prohibition of the [slave] trade to the year 1808, Virginia used all her influence to defeat the postponement, and it was carried by New Hampshire, Massachusetts, the Carolinas, and Georgia. The final prohibition of the slave trade by act of Congress was brought about through the influence of President Jefferson and by the active efforts of Virginians.

And greatly to the labors of the representatives from Virginia was due the final extinction of the vile traffic [of England and New England] through the act of Congress declaring it to be piracy, five years before Great Britain took similar action with regard to her subjects. Such is the actual record of the much-vilified South relating to the African slave trade, taken from official records.

The gradual system of emancipation adopted at the North had undoubtedly led to many of the slaves being shipped off to the South and sold. When, therefore, after this “abolition,” the movement, from being confined to the comparatively small band of liberators who were actuated by pure principle, extended to those who had been their persecutors, it aroused suspicion at the South which blinded it to a just judgment of the case.

The statutory laws relating to slavery at the South are held up as proof of the brutality with which they were treated even under the law. But these laws were not more cruel than the laws of England at the period they were enacted…and, at least, Southerners never tolerated wholesale burning at the stake as a legal punishment, as was done in New York as late as 1741, when fourteen Negroes were burnt at the stake on the flimsy testimony of a half-crazed servant girl; and as was done in Massachusetts as late as 1755, when a Negro was burnt for murder.”

(The Old South, Essays Social and Political, Thomas Nelson Page, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1896, pp. 29-32)

British Trade of Inhumanity

Sen. Rand Paul on Freedom Watch - 05/12/11

Via The Battle Of Atlanta

"Died On The Field Of Honour, Sir."

45th Reunion, Greenbrier Military School
(This is in our museum. The first picture describes the coat below it which was tailored in honor of the VMI cadets. BT)


Gunwalker Dynamite!

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The Official ATF Field Manual of the Gunwalker Scandal: "This report might as well be the outline for Gunwalker hearing questions."

As I have stated more than once, Holder and Hussein were in on it.

"It is essential that our efforts support the strategies and policies of the President and the Attorney General and where possible, complement the strategies of other agencies." -- "Project Gunrunner: A Cartel Focused Strategy," internal ATF report, September 2010, Page 2.

At War: Battlegrounds and the Homefront

The Ranks Must be Filled:

"Old Thomas Carlton, of Burke county, was a good sample of the grand but unglorified class of men among us

who preserve the savor of good citizenship and ennoble humanity. He gave not only his goods to sustain

women and children, but gave all his sons, five in number, to the cause. One by one they fell, until at length a letter

arrived, telling that the youngest and last, the blue-eyed, fair-haired Benjamin of the hearth, had fallen also. When

made aware of his desolation, he made no complaint, uttered no exclamation of heart-broken despair, but called

his son-in-law, a delicate, feeble man, who had been discharged by the surgeons, and said, whilst his frail body

trembled with emotion and tears ran down his cheeks,

"Get your knapsack William, the ranks must be filled!"

1937 Delage D8-120 S Pourtout Aero Coupe

War for the Power to Adapt the Constitution to a New Doctrine

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A great irony of American history is that England and its royal family (and certainly New England), for the most part responsible for the introduction and continuance of African slavery in North America, have escaped reprobation; and to this day the American South, which tried to stop the slave importations and never produced a slave ship, is arraigned as the originator of African slavery and wholly responsible for its perpetuation.

Bernhard Thuersam, Chairman
North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial Commission
War for the Power to Adapt the Constitution to a New Doctrine:

“The cause of [the discontent] was African slavery, with which the South is taunted as if she alone had instituted it. For this she suffered; for this, at last, she was forced to fight and pour out her blood like water. Slavery had forced the South into a position where she must fight or surrender her rights.

The fight on the part of the north was for the power to adapt the Constitution to its new doctrine, and yet to maintain the Union; on the part of the south, it was for the preservation of guaranteed constitutional rights. Through the force of circumstances and under “an inexorable political necessity,” the South found itself compelled to assume finally the defence of the system; but it was not responsible either for its origin or continuance, and the very men who fought to prevent external interference with it had spent their lives endeavoring to solve the problem of its proper abolition.

The African slave trade, dating from about the year 1442…when it was begun by Anthony Gonzales, a Portuguese, was continued until the present century was well installed. It was chartered and encouraged by Queen Elizabeth, and by her royal successors, against the protest of the Southern colonies, down to the time of the American Revolution. The first nation on the civilized globe to protest against it as monstrous was the Southern colony, Virginia. Twenty-three times her people protested to the crown in public acts of her assembly.

One of the most scathing charges, brought by the writer of the Declaration of Independence against the crown, was that in which he arraigns the king of England for having “waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of liberty in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere, or incurring a miserable death in their transportation hither.”

This clause was the product of Thomas Jefferson, a Southerner, and although it was stricken out in accordance with the wishes of two of the Southern colonies, yet substantially the same charge was made in the Constitution of Virginia...

If the South had at any previous time inclined to profit by the slave trade, it was only in common with the rest of Christendom – particularly with New England – when the most zealous and religious were participants in it; when the Duke of York, the future sovereign himself, was the head of the company chartered under the Great Seal of England, and when the queen-mother, the queen-consort, Prince Rupert, the Earl of Shaftsbury, and the leading men of the times were incorporators. Even the godly John Newton was interested in the traffic.

In the South, however, long before Jefferson framed his famous arraignment of the king of Great Britain, protest on protest had been made against the iniquity, and all the ingenuity of those men who produced the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States had been exercised to bring it to an end.”
(The Old South, Essays Social and Political, Thomas Nelson Page, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1896, pp. 26-28)
War for the Power to Adapt the Constitution to a New Doctrine

Allen West at the Politicizing Procurement Hearing

Citizens may resist unlawful arrest to the point of taking an arresting officer's life if necessary. Plummer v. State, 136 Ind. 306. This premise was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in the case: John Bad Elk v. U.S., 177 U.S. 529. The Court stated: Where the officer is killed in the course of the disorder which naturally accompanies an attempted arrest that is resisted, the law looks with very different eyes upon the transaction, when the officer had the right to make the arrest, from what it does if the officer had no right. What may be murder in the first case might be nothing more than manslaughter in the other, or the facts might show that no offense had been committed.

hefferman1, L&P

William Wallace Was Right!

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In the 13th Century,William Wallace gained recognition when he led the Scottish people in their fight against English occupation in the First War of Scottish Independence. Who can forget the last scene in the 1995 film epic, Braveheart, as the English were torturing Wallace and his last words were “FREEDOM.”

I believe the cry of William Wallace for “Freedom” and Scottish Independence should be carried forth across the WEST today.

* It is time to demand freedom from national sovereign debts we did not approve.
* Freedom from central banks we never wanted which are destroying our economies and our currency.
* Free us from far off bureaucrats and Anglo-American elites which increasingly seize our wealth for their purposes.
* End the enticement of our children and grandchildren into serving their interests in foreign wars for wealth and resources rather than defending our nation.

Few citizens in Europe have had the opportunity to vote on EU membership and when they did the answer was usually a resounding “NO.”

In America, no living citizens have had an opportunity to democratically vote on remaining in the arbitrary American union since 1860 when 11 states were allowed to vote at the state level.Here the democratic majority in the Southern states was overturned by Lincoln’s War which killed over 600,000 Americans.

It is time to put the killing and war on citizens and regions wanting to leave forced inclusion behind us as is the case of the United Kingdom allowing the citizens of Scotland to decide and choose whether to remain in the UK or leave and remain allies of equal position. The days of tyrants like Saddam Hussein, Gadhafi and Lincoln making war on their own citizens who simply want to leave and be left alone should be over.

It took Scotland almost a thousand years but soon this proud people under the St. Andrews Cross will be rid of English and Anglo-American rule and Scotland will once again take its rightful place among the nations of the world.

This year marks the 150 anniversary of another nation which also fought under the sacred banner of the St. Andrews Cross. General Robert E. Lee prayed: “While we see the course of the final abolition of human slavery is still onward, and give it the aid of our prayers, let us leave the progress as well as the results in the hands of Him who, chooses to work by slow influences, and with whom a thousand years are but as a single day.”

Although chattel slavery ended a few years after Lee’s prayer, today most of the Europe and the Americas are increasingly slaves today. The war that ended chattel slavery paved the way for the destruction of the Southern economy and political power to allow a new kind of slavery, central bank slavery which began with the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913.

Today we are all slaves to fiat currencies which decimate our wealth, central banks and governments which create and burden future generation with sovereign debt and controls which are destroying our remaining freedoms and liberties.

It is time for the West to follow the halting steps of Scotland and Greece and begin the cry for Freedom from those financial institutions and political elites who oppress us and consider us as mere slaves to be manipulated, wealth creators to be fleeced and cannon fodder for their global wealth and resources plunder expeditions.

What do you think?