I Thessalonians 5:20, 21

Do not despise expounding of scripture, but scrutinize all things. Hold fast that which is right.

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

- I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.


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Friday, December 21, 2007

Ron Paul Supporters Preventing Comments on Deceitful YouTube Videos


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Why would Ron Paul supporters block comments of the viewers of these videos? Are they afraid the truth about Ron Paul will get out? Like Ron Paul's connection with Lewis Lehrman of PNAC fame?

And his support of a gold backed currency which will do nothing but keep control of our money supply in the same hands it was in with the Jewish controlled Federal Reserve?

Methinks so.


Megaphone Shofar - Cyber-Soldiers for Israel

The Zionists have an online army that is used to influence information concerning Israel.


International Jewry controls most if not all of mainstream media and they still aren't satisfied? They want 100% of the internet too?

[Note: On checking this link on Jan. 22, 2008, I found it removed for "terms of use violation," which is nothing more than a euphemism for "the video criticized Israel." The video's removal proves the point of this short missive - Zionists fear the truth.


Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Lincoln's Monetary Policy - 1865

Despite what the gold bugs claim - including Ron Paul and his buddy Lewis Lerhman - we don't need a gold standard. A gold standard backed monetary system would only keep control of our financial system in the hands of those who own the gold, and that isn't you or me.

By the way, is there any gold in Fort Knox? If not, where is it and who took it? And why did Britain's Gordon Brown sell off Britain's gold at $265 an ounce when it is now worth three times that? Who bought all that gold on the cheap and then rewarded Brown for his colossal mistake?

Read what Abraham Lincoln had to say about a gold back currency back in 1865. Some historians believed Lincoln was assassinated for his stand against the bankers of his day.

"Money is the creature of law, and the creation of the original issue of money should be maintained as the exclusive monopoly of national government. Money possesses no value to the state other than that given to it by circulation Capital has its proper place and is entitled to every protection. The wages of men should be recognized in the structure of and in the social order as more important than the wages of money [interest].

No duty is more imperative for the government than the duty it owes the people to furnish them with a sound and uniform currency, and of regulating the circulation of the medium of exchange so that labour will be protected from a vicious currency [private bank-created, interest-bearing debt], and commerce will be facilitated by cheap and safe exchanges.

The available supply of gold and silver being wholly inadequate to permit the issuance of coins of intrinsic value or paper currency convertible into coin in the volume required to serve the needs of the People, some other basis for the issue of currency must be developed, and some means other than that of convertibility into coin must be developed to prevent undue fluctuation in the value of paper currency or any other substitute for money of intrinsic value that may come into use.

The monetary needs of increasing numbers of people advancing towards higher standards of living can and should be met by the government. Such needs can be met by the issue of national currency and credit through the operation of a national banking system. The circulation of a medium of exchange issued and backed by the government can be properly regulated and redundancy of issue avoided by withdrawing from circulation such amounts as may be necessary by taxation, re-deposit and otherwise. Government has the power to regulate the currency and credit of the nation.

Government should stand behind its currency and credit and the bank deposits of the nation. No individual should suffer a loss of money through depreciation or inflated currency or Bank bankruptcy.

Government, possessing the power to create and issue currency and credit as money and enjoying the right to withdraw both currency and credit from circulation by taxation and otherwise, need not and should not borrow capital at interest [from the private banking system or their affiliates] as a means of financing government work and public enterprise. The government should create issue and circulate all the currency and credit needed to satisfy the spending power of the government and the buying power of consumers. The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the supreme prerogative of government, but it is the government's greatest creative opportunity.

By the adoption of these principles, the long-felt want for a uniform medium will be satisfied. The taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest, discounts, and exchanges. The financing of all public enterprises, the maintenance of stable government and ordered progress, and the conduct of the Treasury will become matters of practical administration. The people can and will be furnished with a currency as safe as their own government. Money will cease to be the master and become the servant of humanity. Democracy will rise superior to the money power."

Abraham Lincoln, Senate document 23, Page 91. 1865.


Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Ron Paul - Not All He Appears to Be.

Thanks to Darryl Bradford Smith of http://www.iamthewitness.com/index.html for outing Ron Paul who co-authored a book about gold - The Case for Gold - with Lewis E. Lehrman, who just happens to be on the board of directors of the Project for the New American Century. You know who the PNAC is don't you? They're the neo-cons who wrote the PNAC's policy document, "Rebuilding America's Defenses," which openly advocates for total global military domination. Many PNAC members hold highest-level positions in the George W. Bush administration.

Something to me just didn't seem right about Ron Paul. Now I know why.
Funny, I went here http://rightweb.irc-online.org/ind/lehrman/lehrman.html
and none of these links worked:

(1) Project for the New American Century

(2) Gerson Lehrman Group

(3) Lewis (Lew) Lehrman: 1982 Governor Campaign Retrospective

(4) Joe Conason, “Notes on a Native Son,” Harper’s Magazine, February 2000

(5) GroupWatch: Citizens for America

6) Group Watch: Council for National Policy

Now, isn't that strange? Are we not supposed to know more about Mr. Lehrman?


Monday, December 17, 2007

Immigrants' Poem

I cross ocean,
poor and broke,
Take bus,
see employment folk.

Nice man treat me
good in there,
Say I need to
see welfare.

Welfare say,
"You come no more,
We send cash
right to your door."

Welfare checks,
they make you wealthy,
Medicaid it keep
you healthy!

By and by,
I got plenty money,
Thanks to you,
American dummy.

Write to friends
in motherland,
Tell them 'come
fast as you can.'

They come in turbans
and Ford trucks,
I buy big house
with welfare bucks

They come here,
we live together,
More welfare checks,
it gets better!

Fourteen families,
they moving in,
But neighbor's patience
wearing thin.

Finally, American
moves away,
Now I buy his house,
and then I say,

"Find more aliens
for house to rent."
And in the yard
I put a tent.

Send for family
they just trash,
But they, too,
draw the welfare cash!

Everything is
very good,
And soon we
own the neighborhood.

We have hobby
it's called breeding,
Welfare pay
for baby feeding.

Kids need dentist?
Wife need pills?
We get free!
We got no bills!

American crazy!
He pay all year,
To keep welfare
running here.

We think America
darn good place!
Too darn good for
the American Race.

If they no like us,
they can scram,
Got lots of room in


Saturday, December 15, 2007

20 Things We Know

1. 9/11 was not pulled off by "19 Arabs with box cutters."
2. Millions of illegal aliens have been allowed in to the United States and Congress has even tried to grant the law breakers amnesty, but law abiding visitors and citizens must get their fingerprints and pictures taken for entry into the country.
3. Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction.
4. Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11.
5. Bin Laden, except as scapegoat, had nothing to do with 9/11
6. The mainstream media is involved in covering up what actually did happen on 9/11
7. Saddam Hussein had no ties with Al Qaeda.
8. Massive fraud occurred during both the 2000 and 2004 elections.
9. Few, if any, congressmen read the Patriot Act [sic] before they signed that sweeping legislation into law.
10. The federal government has been destroying the Constitution
11. American citizens are losing their liberties.
12.. Zionista Pelosi said, immediately after the 2004 election, "impeachment is off the table."
13. Michael Chertoff, head of the largest and most intrusive federal agency - Homeland Security - is a dual Israeli/US citizen.
14. According to the NIE, Iran is not building nuclear weapons.
15. The Jewish controlled mainstream media is purposely ignoring the candidacy of Ron Paul, who would immediately pull the military out of the Middle East.
16. The Jewish controlled mainstream media is nothing more than a propaganda machine for Zionism.
17. The time is drawing near for us citizens to take action.
18. There are millions more of us then there are of them.
19. We still have the right to bear arms.
20. We may need to use those arms.


Friday, December 14, 2007

Why Contacting Your 'Representative" is Futile

Below posted in full is a reply from my 'representative' in Congress to an email I sent telling him to impeach Bush and Cheney:

December 13, 2007

Dear Mr. Fockaert,

Thank you for contacting me regarding impeachment. I appreciate
you taking the time to share your concerns with me.

I certainly share your anger and frustration with the Bush
Administration. My record of criticism against this Administration
is extensive. From the devastating war in Iraq to the blatant attack
on our civil liberties to its harmful environmental policies, I
believe this Administration has taken our country in a dangerous

There is no doubt in my mind that this Administration is the worst
in my lifetime. However, while I have supported further study and
debate of impeachment, I believe impeachment proceedings are
not the best course of action at this time for two reasons:

First, impeachment hearings would bring our government to a
standstill for many months. Congress would be completely
consumed with the process of impeachment and we would not be
able to continue our efforts to take the country in a new direction.
Two prime examples of critical priorities that would suffer are: 1)
Our work on one the most forward-thinking energy bills in more
than 30 years and 2) Efforts to get 10 million children the
healthcare coverage they desperately need.

Second, an effort to impeach the president or vice president would
ultimately fail. Even if the House voted to initiate impeachment
proceedings, the Senate is the only body charged by the
constitution with trying impeachment. Right now, the Senate has a
very slim Democratic majority, and as a result, the Senate has been
unable to pass many important measures drafted by the Democratic
Leadership. Given its current make up, the Senate would never be
able to pass an impeachment provision. Therefore, I do not believe
we should bring our government to a standstill when we know that
impeachment would fail.

I do, however, believe it is important that we continue talking
about impeachment. This kind of discourse is what our democracy
is all about. That is why when a resolution by Congressman
Dennis Kucinich to initiate impeachment was recently brought to
the House floor, I voted in favor of the resolution because I
thought it deserved further debate. This resolution is now being
reviewed by the Judiciary Committee and I will continue to follow
its progress.

Meanwhile, Congress will continue holding the Bush
Administration accountable for its actions. Since the beginning of
this year, we have held dozens of hearings into the
Administration's actions, from the war in Iraq to the response to
Hurricane Katrina to its damaging environmental policies. If these
hearings find proof the President or the Vice President committed a
crime, then I will certainly support moving impeachment
proceedings forward in the House.

Again, thank you for sharing your passionate concerns with me.
Please continue to contact me on all issues of importance to you
and to our district.


Member of Congress

You cannot reply to this email. If you would like to email me, please

My reply was:

Mr. Thompson,

Your words:
I certainly share your anger and frustration with the Bush
Administration. My record of criticism against this Administration
is extensive. From the devastating war in Iraq to the blatant attack
on our civil liberties to its harmful environmental policies, I
believe this Administration has taken our country in a dangerous

The Bush Administration has taken this entire country in a 'dangerous direction,' but you don't support impeachment? But some smoke a joint and get busted or break the speed limit by five mph and pay the price? Next time I have to pay the price for breaking the law, I'll try your suggestion:

"....it is important that we continue talking about"
breaking the law "as that is what our democracy is all about."

We don't have a democracy Mr. Thompson, we had a Constitutional Republic, that is until representatives like you no longer represented us because you think that you were sent to Washington to do what you think needs doing - energy bills and health care for children - [why is it you politicians always hide behind children?] - rather than doing what your constituents tell you to do - which in this case is making our leaders obey the law of our land and when they don't you take steps to remove them from office whether those attempts fail or not.

"Please continue to contact me on all issues of importance to you
and to our district."

Why should I? it does no good.

You, Mr. Thompson, work for me and based upon the foregoing are unfit to represent me and my family, as you're not fulfilling your oath of office which is to uphold and defend the Constitution of these United States.


Charles Fockaert


Thursday, December 13, 2007

Don't Own a Gun? Buy one - now

Some Christians seem to think there is something wrong with owning - and having to use - a gun. There isn't.

"When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are safe." Luke 11:21

Appears to this writer, that a strong man, when fully armed, guards his house, his possessions are safe, and those possessions must include his rights, that is, his right to liberty. And liberty is why we have the right, in the US, according to the Second Amendment of Bill of Rights, to bear arms - to protect our liberties.

Jesus Christ himself spoke those words recorded by Luke about a strong man being fully armed. This idea that a Christian is some how commanded to turn his cheek forever like a revolving door is ludicrous. There comes a point in time when a man, a strong man, must and should defend himself.

"He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one." (Luke 22:36 KJV) The Roman sword was, at the time these words were spoken by Christ Himself, the equivalent of a modern handgun. It was the most practical and convenient form of self-defense available at that time. At least two of Jesus' disciples including Simon Peter, were in the habit of carrying their own personal swords, and Jesus never rebuked them. (See Luke 22:38.)

Don't have a gun? Buy one, or two, or more - now. And enough ammunition for a long war. Better yet, buy a re-loader's kit and enough supplies to reload your weapons.

It looks like we are going to have to defend our house and our possessions - sooner rather than later.