Friday, November 30, 2007
The sell-off of American highways to private companies coupled with the controversial plan to build the "NAFTA Superhighway" has become an explosive political subject in many states. The influx of foreign companies involved in becoming owners of public assets has further enraged the public, as have details about their financial ties with some of the country's most well-known politicians.
One of the biggest whoppers in the whole debate about political patronage and the sell-off of public infrastructure concerns the $100-million buyout of the firm owned by Republican presidential contender Rudy Giuliani by Macquarie, the big Australian investment banking firm.
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Some admonish us to refuse to discuss about Secret Societies. As for me and my conscience, I will expose Secret Societies. They existed from ancient times. Many of them worshipped the sun as God being expressed in their languages and symbolism (like the ankh aka Aten or old cross symbol. Originally, the cross was an old sun or sky symbol utilized by the Egyptians, Bablyonians, and Chaldeans. In fact, when you research occult history and Masonry, high level Masons admit that one interpretation of the Square and Compass was generation. Generation is the merging of the Earth representing the feminine and the sky represeting the masculine to make nature or fruit. There are tons of occult symbols from the Yod, Yoni, the Pentagram, the Goddess, etc. Now, the Kabbala is popular among Hollywood and political elites). Even to this day, these secret orders have huge power and embrace inherit secrecy to futher their own agendas. The 911 Truth Movement is definitely growing. Many witnesses have came forward exposing the offical story as a falsehood like Sibel Edmonds, who was a translator for the FBI. There is many more story outlining how the government allowed the hijackers to be trained, the drills, and other cirumstances. In the aftermath of 9/11, the whole dynamic of the world changed radically. Some who were liberal became neo-liberals, and conservatives became Neo-Cons. yet, real conservatives have maintained their principles after that horrendous event. Afterwards, militarization of America increases, wars came about under deception, our civil liberties have been depleted (The examples are the Section 802 of the Patriot Act ambigiously define terrorism as simple crime, the Pentagon monitors peaceful protestors, innocent folks have been unfairly tasered, and the military have been illegally active in law enforcement plus spying in citizens. In other words, this government was set up to make the federal government subordinate under us the people along with local government. When the federal government gets too powerful, problems will occur), and Halliburton built concentration camps in the USA. We have no other option, but to speak up without fear or intimidation. Speaking of intimidation, George Galloway yelled at WND staff and tried to call the police at them after during an interivew. I disagree with some WND's neo-con foreign policy views, but they don't deserve arrest for an interview. Galloway is a known promoter of gun rights suppression and recently gone off the deep end in his office having images of Castro (a dictator, a gun grabber, a terrorist, and Jesuit trained) and Hugo Chavez (who advocated the new world order on more than one ocassion).
Yesterday, Hillary met with "Brother" "Christian" Rick Warren. Both are made for each other. Both are liars. Rick is a more slick liar. See, "Brother Rick" warren isn't just a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (a group dedicated for a new world order and a one world government gradually. Some in the same CFR group promote the LOST Treaty stripping national sovereignity plus it might promote an international tax. That's why now foreign countries like Spain, Mexico, China, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai have brought some of our ports and other infrastructure in America. The Trans-Texas Corridor is another threat). Rick said that the Syrian government is hospitable to Christians and Jews and Joseph Farah called him out on that blatant lie. Also, Rick demonized conservative Christians (equating us to Muslim jihadists cutting folks heads off) as a threat to the 21st century and us not wanting to help the poor. I know for a fact that David Cloud and other conservative Christians help the poor not only in America plus across the globe. Hillary thinks that unborn baby killing is pretty cool and that Christians should compromise their belief system in voting for her. I do believe that individuals should fight against HIV/AIDS, poverty, illteracy, and other global problems though. Now, "Brother" Rick wants to get rid of troublemakers in the church promoting "unity." Whatever happened to freedom of speech and freedom of thought Rick. Anyway, Hillary Clinton is an elitist who's even funded by Papal Knight of St. Gregory Rupert Murdoch (probably the most powerful media figure on planet Earth right now). Right now, one Hillary campaign headquarters had hostages by a deranged man (who's name is Leeland Eisenberg. He had explosive flares on him in Rochester, New Hampshire. I hope the media won't exploit this event as an excuse to demonize sincere Patriots who want Constitutional rights entacted) claiming that the government wanted to put microchips inside him. It's kind of sick to do these things of harming people. When you look at the bigger picture you see connection. Rick Warren, Hillary Clinton, and the ilk are working together to form an ecumencial atmosphere where global internationalism is promoted. That's one of their agenda on why they're doing this. The same ones in favor of population control endorse a radical environmental agenda (especially they promote the paranoia of global warming when mankind can and have utilized technology to improve the environment. Not to mention that there were times much warmer and colder than today. Scientists document how sunspots and cosmic rays have a huge role in climate. Man's CO2 output is no where near total natural CO2 output even. These radicals also want to suppress independent transportation, so they can consolodate power into compartmentalized areas), and want to create a controlled globalized structure (I abhor this since I believe in individual liberty and the right to life). The power brokers always have links to the City of London and the Vatican. Many Labor Zionist types (who are subordinate under the Vatican. For example, Knight of Malta Juan Carlos, many Bilderbergers & Pilgrims, and the Papal-invented EU are factions heading the Israelis and Palestianians in the Roadmap to peace plan) have been involved in wars and other corruption. Back decades ago, the Vatican (i.e. the Catholic Ustashis and many in the Nazi SS. Many high level Nazis followed Jesuit, pagan, and Satanic philsophies from Madame Blavatsky, etc) worked with many Labor Zionists to organize the Holocaust unfortunately. Israel being a nation came about as a result of this. All of these evil goups ought to be exposed in my mind) are involved from their involvement in the ADL (it was invented by the B'nai B'rith group, which is a Masonic Lodge. So, Masonry controls the ADL. For a long time they unfarily demonize conservatives and others as anti-Semitic. Yet, I don't believe in collectively blaming all Jewish people in the process. Today is World AIDS day. HIV/AIDS is serious and can be caught by unprotected sex, fluids, and other means. Not one specific background is immune from it. It affect more and more black Americans as time goes. I don't know everything about it. I believe information with the ignorance is needed to help those with it. As for me, I love to make connection to outline the truth.
Giuliani Will 'Hear No Evil, See No Evil' About His Own Corruption
"I do not talk to people who accuse me of corruption" Says Former New York Mayor
JonesReport.com November 29, 2007
A recently surfaced video of Rudy Giuliani in June 2001 while still Mayor of New York displays Giuliani's strange and rude demeanor as he refuses to listen to charges of corruption in regards to the Mayor.
"Once you mention corruption," Mayor Rudy purports, "the conversation is over," he states as he very openly and aggressively labels a group of disgruntled bus drivers as "idiots" and "irresponsible" bus drivers during a City Council meeting. He concludes, essentially, that he will 'hear no evil, see no evil,' when accusations are put forward about his own actions.
Rudy seems to behave the same way now on his campaign trail where challenges to his official 9/11 fairytale (which he himself often contradicts) are met with bitter contempt and illusionary denials that contrary evidence exists at all.
That attitude goes for 9/11 truthers, who point out that Giuliani's lies denying prior knowledge of the towers' collapse contradict his public statements, to Ron Paul, who points out that Giuliani's simplistic understanding of 9/11 fails to reconcile with the 9/11 Commission's official story.
The controversy that resulted from Giuliani and Paul's clash over 9/11 explanations during a GOP debate led Ron Paul to challenge Rudy Giuliani to a reading list to educate him on the official motives of terrorism in the Islamic world, according to sources in the intelligence community.
Now there is a November 30th money bomb (www.RudysReadingList.com ) urging the former Mayor to meet the reading challenge, just as Ron Paul threatens to pass Giuliani's $10 million 3rd quarter fundraising total only two-thirds of the way through the 4th quarter.
Giuliani, mirroring the city council video, refers to "absurd explanations" of 9/11 during that debate-- revealing his defensive position of attacking the messenger and refusing the message.
In the 2001 city council video, Giuliani immediately refuses to hear the "totally ridiculous" "false and irresponsible" charges, and labels his accusers as "stupid" "immature idiots." He tells the bus drivers, who obviously think they have substantial evidence of improprieties in the bus relations, that "you all look too irresponsible to be bus drivers," concluding that "kindergartens do a lot better than these morons."
After his life-changing experience as the 'hero of 9/11,' Giuliani seems just as ready to marginalize and ignore the firefighters and their numerous ground zero-related grievances-- despite the fact that such issues are substantiated by mainstream press and official actions which are admitted but abhorrent. The remains of 9/11 victims were hauled off in mass to a trash dump and even used to fill potholes.
Mainstream coverage of admitted lies about the EPA toxic dust reports clearly substantiate suspicion in regards to not only the EPA, but the Bush Administration and the Mayor's Office.
Nevertheless, Giuliani is more than happy to plug his ears and refuse to look in the mirror-- his mental image will stand, and the man who would be president will 'hear no evil and see no evil.' That goes, apparently, for small-time city corruption as well as his handling of the worst day in the nation's history: for Giuliani, the conversation will simply end.
TESTING THE FAITH
Hillary gets standing ovation at Rick Warren's summit'I saw a softer side of her that I hadn't seen before'
Posted: November 29, 20079:20 p.m. Eastern
By Art Moore© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com
Hillary Clinton speaking today at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. (WND photo)LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Within days of introducing a $50 billion plan to combat AIDS, Sen. Hillary Clinton received a standing ovation at one of the nation's most influential evangelical churches after addressing its "Global Summit on AIDS and the Church" today.
If the Democratic presidential frontrunner's aim was to make inroads into the heavily Republican evangelical electorate, her appearance at Saddleback Church with pastor and "The Purpose Driven Life" author Rick Warren apparently didn't hurt.
Saddleback Church member Cindy Logan told WND after Clinton spoke to some 1,700 conference attendees that as a Republican, the senator's visit was "a little bit of a challenge for me," but she, nevertheless, was impressed.
"I saw a softer side of her that I hadn't seen before," Logan said, adding she thinks it's quite possible some minds were changed about the New York Democrat.
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"She was very articulate. I liked her approach," Logan said. "I liked the fact that she's been to Africa, she's been with people who have been affected by AIDS, and she's here because of her heart for people. And I appreciated that."
Hillary Clinton at Saddleback Church today (WND photo)
Logan emphasized, however – as did Warren before introducing Clinton – that all of the leading presidential candidates, both Democrat and Republican, were invited to come and speak. Democrats Barack Obama – whose appearance at last year's summit drew controversy – and John Edwards sent taped messages addressed to the summit, as did Republicans John McCain, Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee.
"She's a presidential candidate," Logan said, responding to opposition by some Christian leaders to Clinton's visit. "And as a presidential candidate, she has her voice. And she may be the future leader of our country, and so as that person, I think she deserves to be on stage. I think all of them should have been here."
Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association, believes it was "a mistake to invite [Clinton] to speak at an evangelical Christian church on AIDS or any other issue, because her political stances are contrary to biblical teaching."
"What Saddleback is doing is helping raise her profile as a legitimate presidential candidate in the eyes of evangelical Christians, and I think that is a huge error," Wildmon told Reuters.
'I wanted to be here'
Warren and Clinton engaged in laughter-filled banter prior to her speech, with the Saddleback pastor asking in jest, "Before you speak, I have just one question, why did you show?"
Hillary Clinton greeted by Rick Warren before her speech at Saddleback Church in Orange County, California (WND photo)
"Well, first you asked me, and second, in a burst of enthusiasm, I said I would," she said to laughter from summit attendees.
"I have been looking forward to this. I really have," Clinton told Warren. "I know what this church is doing; I understand the commitment that is here and this conference which you're holding that is attracting people literally from all over the world.
"I wanted to be here," she added. "I thought I needed to be here, to share my thoughts, to have a better idea of what it is you're achieving far beyond the boundaries of Saddleback."
Clinton said, "The commitment you have demonstrated, both to our faith in God and to doing his work here on earth is exemplary. And that is one of the many reasons I wanted to be here today."
'The sustaining power of prayer'
Clinton, raised in the United Methodist Church in suburban Chicago, began the speech telling the largely evangelical audience of her Christian commitment.
"My own faith journey is approaching a half century, and I know how far I have to go," she said. "But I have been blessed in my life, starting with my family, and in the church of my childhood, to be guided every step of the way."
Plaza outside Saddleback Church's worship center where Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke today
The senator pointed to a number of significant influences on her faith: "A mother who taught Sunday School and a mother who made sure that my brothers and I were there the moment the church doors opened; a father who kneeled by the side of his bed every night of his life to say his prayers; a minister of our youth fellowship who took it as part of his mission to show this group of white, suburban, middle class kids that there was a bigger world outside; a prayer group that formed for me shortly after I came to the White House, a group of extraordinary women, both Democrats and Republicans, whose love and support sustained me."
Clinton said she's often asked if she's a "praying person."
"I've always responded that I was fortunate enough to be raised to understand the power and purpose of prayer," she said.
"But had I not been," the senator quipped, "probably one week in the White House would have turned me into one."
"It's wonderful to know that the sustaining power of prayer is there for so many of us," she said.
Clinton said one of her favorite passages of the Bible is the book of James' admonition that "faith without works is dead."
"But I have concluded that works without faith is just too hard," she said. "It cannot be sustained over one's life or the generations. And it's important for us to recognize how, here in what you are doing, faith and works comes together."
Clinton commended Saddleback Church for living that out.
You understand that, or as Rick might say, 'creed and deed,'" she said. "And what extraordinary and important work your faith supports, fighting against spiritual emptiness, corrupt leadership, poverty, illiteracy and diseases – like AIDS – around the world."
Burns Strider, Clinton's senior adviser and national director of faith-based outreach, told WND the senator's visit to Saddleback is one of the most important recent stops on her heavy campaign schedule.
"This is something we have been talking about and working on for a number of months now," he said. "We've been very focused on this opportunity to come together with people of faith and then talk about an issue that has real common ground, and that's about ministering to those with HIV/AIDS and eradicating it."
Strider, raised a Southern Baptist in the Mississippi Delta, previously served as policy director for the House Democratic Caucus and did "faith outreach" for the House Democratic Caucus under Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"Obviously coming to Saddleback, being with Rick and Kay Warren and all these leaders brought together, it's a substantial opportunity for anybody," said Strider, who now is part of a United Methodist congregation in the D.C. area.
The evangelical community is not a monolith, he emphasized.
"The last few years, people have started seeing that diversity as they've started talking about more issues, and younger leaders are opening the door to more dialogue," he said. "So that's a good thing. We certainly welcome it. We're coming to that table, we're saying sure, we want to talk about these issues."
Strider says he's convinced Sen. Clinton's faith is genuine.
"What I find and know about the senator is very real and very honest," he said. "You know, there's a life of works and deeds. ... There's an amazing connection there between what Senator Clinton believes and the way she carries it out. I do find it authentic."
In her speech, Clinton discussed her AIDS plan, which calls for at least $50 billion to provide universal access to treatment, prevention and care for global HIV and AIDS by 2013. It also includes $1 billion per year toward the goal of "stamping out malaria deaths in Africa altogether by the end of her second term."
An estimated 1,700 people heard Hillary Clinton speak at Saddleback Church (WND photo)
The proposal would provide health insurance for all HIV patients in the U.S., and promote "evidence-based" prevention programs, which typically has meant condoms and needle-exchanges rather than encouraging abstinence.
Asked about Clinton's plan, Warren told WND in a brief interview prior to the speech that he could not take a position on it because he had not seen it yet.
After hearing the plan's main points described, he pointed to the "three-legged stool" metaphor illustrating the balancing of government, private sector and church. Government, he said, plays an important role in paying for medications, such as anti-retrovirals used to treat AIDS that could cost $10,000 to $20,000 a year per person.
"The church is never going to have that," Warren told WND. "Churches are poor around the world. But they have the people.
"We bring the manpower," he said. "Even if you've got the meds, you can't get them to the people unless you have a network."
He pointed, as an example, to the relief effort after the tsunamis in South Asia killed more than 225,000 people in 2004.
"All these resources went to the coast, and they sat there and rotted, because they didn't have a network to distribute them. If they had used the church, we have more boots on the ground than anybody.
Warren said that while he's favor of government paying for the drugs needed to combat AIDS he's not in favor of government prescribing the prevention programs.
"That's a spiritual issue," he said, "and that's my issue."
In his videotaped message to the summit, Huckabee injected some of his trademark humor into references to his longtime friendship with Warren going back to their studies together at Southwestern Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
"Rick, some of us from your class didn't turn out so well, so I'll just do the best with what I've got," Huckabee quipped.
The former Arkansas governor advocated covering not just AIDS under Medicaid, but HIV, and pointed out the disease affects minorities disproportionately. Three out of five cases are minorities, and the problem is 10 times worse among African-Americans, he said.
Mike Huckabee addresses summit in video message (WND photo)
Edwards came next, declaring, "We have a moral imperative to do much more," including a goal of universal access to treatment by 2010. He drew some scattered applause calling for a halt to "protecting the profits of big drug companies."
McCain said, "I want to thank Rick and Kay Warren for their leadership on this worldwide problem," pointing out the "Gospel tells us to recognize life as sacred and to love our neighbors as ourselves."
He advocated supporting President Bush's AIDS initiative, saying he believes in the abstinence plan it supports.
As president, McCain said, "I will fund HIV/AIDS programs at levels befitting a wealthy nation."
"Lifting nations out of poverty is essential," he said, "but first step is raising awareness, and this summit is an important part of that step."
Obama told the conferees "how blessed I feel to count Rick and Kay Warren as friends."
The Illinois senator said "it's time to increase our contribution to the global fund" to fight AIDS, expanding it by $1 billion a year over the next five years.
Obama called for adopting "humanitarian" drug licensing policies, to make it easier to license generic drugs. He also pledged to double foreign assistance for AIDS from $25 billion to $50 billion by 2012.
"With prayer and hard work, I believe we'll make real strides addressing this scourge and doing God's work on earth," he said.
Obama ended with, "Please keep me, my wife and my family in your prayers."
Romney called for leadership "on behalf of what Jesus in Matthew called 'the least of these.'"
He referred to Warren's opening statement in "The Purpose Driven Life" that "it's not about me," calling for "servant leadership."
One of his first acts as president, he said, would be to call a "summit of nations" to address issues of poverty around the world.
"America is blessed and has been a blessing to nations staggering under poverty," the former Massachusetts governor said.
"Thank you Rick and Kay," Romney said, "for responding so passionately to God's call."
Thursday, November 29, 2007
The Youtube Republican debabte acquired some fireworks. In the beginning, Romney and Guiliani attacked each others' immigration records. Rudy said he enforced the laws, while Romney called NYC a sanctuary city. The truth is the illegal immigration is a problem in America with MS-13 gangs, the burdens on health and education, etc. Solutions to handle it is securing the border, enforcing immigration laws, deport illegal immigrants who are felons under due process, and having strict punishments for those here illegally if illegal immigrants want to have citizenship. I don't believe in amnesty. Anger was a common occurence, but other debates were more emotional than other ones. Each candidate displayed promiment soundbites from Huckabee commenting that Jesus refused to be a politican (actually Jesus would support the death penalty since he was a Torah observant Jewish person and the Torah is pro-death penalty. In the book of Revelations, Jesus said he who kills with the sword must be killed with the sword) to Ron Paul's opposition to the North American Union plus the globalist agenda of the CFR. CNN's Tobias lied that there is no such thing as a NAU or NAFTA Superhighway plan when the Texas Trans Corridor (an international highway) was proposed by Texas Governor Rick Perry. Even Robert Pastor called for a North American community with integration of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Many high profile people have called for an amero or a continental North American currency. John McCain truthfully expressed disdain for torture. Yet, he was wrong to equate isolationalism with non-interventionism. I believe in trade (both free and fair) and working with nations, but I never endorsing bombing countries that pose no direct threat to our soil. John McCain also is trying to rewrite history about Saddam and Hitler. Also, Saddam never attacked multiple nations in 2003 unlike Hitler who invaded many of them in the late 1930's (The Iraq war wasn't even accomphlished by a Congressional declaration, but UN Resolutions were utlized to justify that military action. Also, certain corporate US factions funded fascism in Germany and Italy. These non-isololationist factions supported Hitler. Many of them were headed by the Vatican via SMOMs like Franz von Papen. After WWII, The Bilderberg Group was created to intergrate Europe. Jesuit Joseph Rettinger was a founder of it along with Dutchman ex-Nazi SS officer Prince Bernard. Today, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Bill Clinton, and others are members). The Iraqi war caused problems for us and one solution is to allow the Iraqis decide their own fate. I saw Chuck Norris in the audience. I respect many of his conservative principles, but I guess he was in the camp of Mike Huckabee. It's been found out that Keith Kerr, retired Colonel., U.S. Army; retired Brigadier General, California National Reserve, who submitted a YouTube question about gays in the military, is actually a member of Hillary Clinton's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Americans For Hillary Steering Committee. That means (regardless of what you think about homosexuality), he's a Hillary Clinton agent who wasn't disclosed as such. At least Anderson Cooper later apologized for this. Back in the day (when I was a teenager) I saw Anderson Cooper on Channel One (a school channel shown to Middle and High school kids) during the mid to late 1990's. Donna Brazille and conservative JC Watts was correct that the candidates have to be more elaborate on solutions to help the black community. Increasing fatherhood is one out of many solutions like fighting agianst racial discrimination, improving housing, develop neighborhoods, invest in poor communities, encourage positive minority role models to futher help poor communities, and a wide variety of soluations. Huckabee did have large support among African Americans in his state of Arkansas. What's the big picture about the debate coverage? It's that individuals wants freedom. We want the Constitution perserved. We want the Second Amendment or gun rights protected. We don't want the federal government to control our lives or handle the Drug war (when the government and other entities ship drugs into our country). We want education choice (and improvement) and health care freedom and choice. We don't want a National ID card (because the government has no right to snoop on your personal information or invade our privacy) especially with biometrics in it. We want our civil liberties promoted and we want our national sovereignity intacted.
Sean Taylor died this week. He was a player for the Washington Redskins, which have a lot of fans in Virginia (where I'm from). He was shot in the leg at Miami. He died of complications. No one knows all of the circumstances, but it is suspected that it might be a result of the same robbers that tried to rob him a while ago. It puts sports into perspective that sports shouldn't be the primarily inspiration for our life journey. Mikey Weinstein is not only a typical Christ hater and anti-religious freedom extremist. He's being awarded for his actions when he decreased religious liberty inside of the military (All of this is supported under the U.S. Constitution). I live in Virginia where it's a hotbed of religious freedom history. He's part of a group that boast leadership among Hollywood elite. Plus, their website says they are aligned with big media like CNN, MSNBC, Dan Rather, etc. What can you expect. With media like that, you have to rely on indepedent, alternatives for the real truth that exists in society. Moral degredation also contributes to the break down of society which is occuring in the West rapdily. Abortion (almost 50 million people were killed since 1973 in the USA alone. Henry Hyde, a pro-life champion died. We ought to protect all innocent life from the unborn to the elderly. Adoption is one great solution for women who don't want to take care of the children), enuthanasia, animal-human hybirds, etc. is part of that degredation. The Massachusetts School of Law from the Global Research on November 29, 2007 reported that Bush administration pracitipated in extraordinary rendition. In other words, the White House illegally sent allegedly accused terror suspect into secret prisons. This is wild, but true. I oppose occult Secret Societies as well including Bohemian Grove (which was created in part to commenerate the Papal St. of Nepomuk in Bohemia Bush and Kerry are not only related but related to Bohemian rulers). It's vital to expose all of the truth without a blatant attempt of focused omissions.
Pro-Life Congressman Henry Hyde Dies, Applauded as Key Abortion Opponent
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by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorNovember 28, 2007
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Just weeks after he received a Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts opposing abortion, pro-life champion Henry Hyde passed away. Congressman Hyde is best known in the pro-life community as a tremendous orator in defense of human life and for sponsoring the Hyde Amendment prohibiting taxpayer funding of abortions.
Hyde passed away on Thursday, at the age of 83 at Rush University Medical Center in his hometown of Chicago.
"The people we pretend to defend, the powerless, those who cannot escape, who cannot rise up in the streets, these are the ones that ought to be protected by the law," Hyde once said during a debate on abortion.
"The law exists to protect the weak from the strong," he added.
About his longtime friend and colleague, Rep. Chris Smith, the New Jersey lawmaker who heads the House Pro-Life Caucus, said, “In the greatest human rights issue of our time—the right to life, Henry Hyde will always be known as a champion and great defender of children and their moms."
"With malice towards none, Henry Hyde often took to the House floor to politely ask us to show compassion and respect—even love—for the innocent," he told LifeNews.com.
On November 5, President Bush awarded Hyde with the presidential medal -- the highest award a president can grant to a civilian.
Bush explained that Hyde "used his persuasive powers for noble causes."
"He was a gallant champion of the weak and forgotten, and a fearless defender of life in all its seasons," the president said.
“It’s gratification,’’ Bob Hyde said of how his father views the award. "I think it affirms the importance and the value of his stance on many things, like right to life… It means a lot to him."
Hyde was first elected to the House in 1974 and served as chairman of the House International Relations Committee and the House Judiciary Committee from 1995 to 2001. In those positions, Hyde advanced pro-life legislation and worked to stop using taxpayer dollars to subsidize abortions in other countries.
Hyde's lasting legacy will be the federal Hyde amendment, which has prevented federal tax dollars from being used to fund almost all abortions since the 1976. The Supreme Court heard a case in 1980 challenging the law and upheld it as constitutional.
The amendment is credited with stopping the funding of millions of abortions and saving countless lives over the years. Hyde's name is still attached to it as Congress debates the provision annually.
In comments about his retirement from public office, Hyde, who turned 83 in April, said, "I just want to be remembered as a good man who did some good."
"Father Time and Mother Nature both stalk every one of us, and they finally caught up with me,'' Hyde added.
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
http://wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=58914 (You couldn't make this stuff up)
Dear Friends and Brethren,
This article by Dr. Henry Makow (a racial Jew himself) is most excellent. What he fails to mention is that the Jews (Masonic Jewish Labor Zionists) of power are mere shills for the pope. They are the pope's masonic "Court Jews," as the late Sherman Skolnik would say.Add this key ingredient and we now will understand why the Mossad played a most obvious, attention-getting part in 911---as did Al Qaeda. For both intelligence brotherhoods are controlled by the Black Pope via his continuted Nazi SS---the CIA/NSA---thanks to the Kinghts of Malta and Operation Paperclip overseen by Knight of Malta J. Peter Grace and his master, JFK assassin Francis Cardinal Spellman.Add this key ingredient and we understand why Rome is using the American military for the annihilation of hundreds of thousands of Arab Moslems---for the future security and development of the pope's revived, Dark Age "Kingdom of Jerusalem"---called "Israel" by God in Exekiel 38:8. Remember, the pope's open but false policy is to be against the war in Iraq; his secret but true policy is that he is the impetus behind that Crusade.Indeed, this 21st Century Crusade is being fought, not for the benefit of the Lord's racially beloved, Abrahamic Covenant-bound, Hebrew/Jewish/Israelitic people living in Israel, but for the benefit of the pope yet to be the Antichrist in the coming rebuilt temple in Jerusalem. For the Third Temple to be built, there must be a secure Temple Mount so the work will not be stopped by terrorist bombings and attacks.
As it was in the days of Messiah Yeshua, so it is today. The Jewish leaders of banking and political power "have no king but Caesar"---the pope of Rome. The average racial Jew is to be "extirpated from the face of the earth" as per the Jesuit Oath of the Fourth Vow quoted from six different sources in Vatican Assassins III.
Sincerely in faith,
Craig exposing Hal Turner
As of around 00:00 Oct 22 2007 Hal Turner has banned me from entering his website. What did I speak about today? I spoke about JK Rowlings not being the author of the Potter books. But what do I think really caused this banning again? I spoke about U.N Agenda 21 and the displacements of people into buffer zones in his topic about water shortages. Totally revelant but I guess he doesn't want to speak about these topics. Well he's simply an agent who gets on Television with his Roman Catholic dogma of hating Jews. What channel did he recently get onto? CNN which is a global propaganda news company controlled by the Central Intelligence Agency for the SOVEREIGN MILITARY ORDER OF MALTA in control of Ted Turner. I should have spoke about UN Proposition 21 where by the United Nations claims the right to own all the Water on Earth. Turner seems to really fear me. I noticed today that someone had tried to make out they were myself but they made some very big mistakes which I highlighted. Maybe this was Hal himself or one of his three toothed foolish followers. Why do you fear me Hal? Do you think I'm going to bring to much heat onto you if you continue to let me speak? Your in a corner Hal, do you not let me on and let the people see your suppression of truth, or do you go against your owners. What a situation Hal baby.
Notice this:People need to learn the truth about JK Rowlings. She's an utter FRAUD and always has been. All the Harry Potter books were written by the wealthy Railroad owner, RICHARD POTTER. Please note his daughter was called Beatrix and was a massive Socialist. She married Sidney who was also a Socialist. They have played a massive role in the Socialism of the United States. Now Rowlings is not an author of these books she was simply an editor but trumped up as the author. Very devious craft books installing the craft into the minds of vulnerable children.-------------------
Hal Turner Asks:Craig, why do you keep coming back here? I have repeatedly locked you out. I have repeatedly banned you. I have told you to go away. I have made it clear you are not wanted here, yet you continue to come back.Why?Edited By Siteowner
Can't handle the TRUTH can you Hal Turner, you want bunkum to spread like your pathetic Gold story recently when infact the U.S has no Gold since 1913 apart from what was recently stolen from the WTC attacks which is gone also.HAL TURNER A DISINFORMATIONIST WHO HATES INTELLIGENT PEOPLE ON HIS FORUM BLOWING HIS AND HIS MASTERS BUNKUMS WIDE OPEN!!!!!!
http://threshinggrain.blogspot.com/2007/11/stephanopoulos-and-schiavo-adding.html (Terri Schiavo)
http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1012 (Carbon tax)
Note by Me: I agree with Makow that the movie unfairly
bash Christ and religious freedom should reign. Yet, just because that film is wrong on some issues, that doesn't mean we shoud omit the explosure of Vatican evil intrigue. All evil from the Vatican, Masons, Labor Zionists, Bilderbergers, CFR, the Fed, etc. should be exposed fully without omission.
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by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorNovember 27, 2007
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards is coming under fire for his hypocritical position when it comes to abortion and health care. Edwards, as is the case with the other Democratic presidential candidates, is pro-abortion. Yet, he recently indicated he is clearly anti-choice when it comes to national health care.
Edwards has proposed a mandatory health care plan that pro-life advocates are concerned could lead to abortion or assisted suicide covered under it.
"I'm mandating healthcare for every man woman and child in America and that's the only way to have real universal healthcare," he said at a town hall forum in New Hampshire on Monday.
"Every time you go into contact with the health care system or the government you will be signed up," he added.
In what several political observers have pointed out as hypocritical, Edwards explained Americans will not be able to choose their own health care plan.
When asked by a reporter if an individual decided they didn't want healthcare Edwards quickly responded, "You don't get that choice."
Yet choice is the main component of Edwards' position on abortion.
Asked for his take on the Supreme Court's decision upholding the national ban on partial-birth abortions, Edwards told the On The Issues political web site he opposed it because it violates "choice."
"This decision by the Supreme Court is a perfect example of what's at stake in this election," he said.
"The kind of people that will be appointed to the US Supreme Court by the next president will control whether a woman’s freedom, freedom to choose, make her own health care decisions will be made by her or will be made by the government or by some men sitting on the US Supreme Court," he added.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Why does not the John Birch Society mention this?Brother Eric
Dear Eric,My question is why does everyone seem to single out this Bilderberg group when infact their no where near as powerful as the agents claim. Notice how the David Icke's and Alex "CIA" Jones's continually reference Bilderberg, especially the later. The idea is to indoctrinate the amateur sheople flock conspiracy crowd that these are the be all and end all. Well we know that Bilderberg is no where near the power of the Order of the Garter and it's creation known as the Pilgrim Society both inner hierachy cores of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. My question is this, has the Guelph, QEII of England ever lowered herself to visit the Bilderberg Group? NO! She is far more powerful thsn any other Monarch on Earth apart from the oldest Monarchy of the Vatican and the Pope. As far as I'm concerned, until the likes of the Queen actually visit anything like Bilderberg then they have no real power. We known infact that Bilderberg is no different to the RIIA, CFR, TRL, COR on the scale of things in reality all controlled via 'The City' based on London. What I found interesting yesterday whilst studying Zion of Egypt better known as Zaru or Avaris is that this city of the Hyskos was 2 kilometres squared. Now we know the importance of the square but remember 'The City' is squared and 1 mile. Do the conversion from 2km to miles and you get 1.24. I do not know if this has any significance but I thought it was interesting. Notice how the Mayor of 'The City' is a Sovereign Military Order of Malta knight, John Studdard.John Studdard in control of Gordon Brown at the Mansion House:http://youtube.com/watch?v=l8l6Af74rCYThankyouCraig Oxley
Excellent analysis Craig.Brother Eric
Sierra Club joins Planned Parenthood to offer conferences on “Sex and the Environment”During the first week of November, members of the Sierra Club traversed one end of California to the other for a series of conferences called “Sex and the Environment.”
Accompanying them at most of their stops were representatives of Planned Parenthood. Such conferences were held between Nov. 6 and Nov. 9 in Oakland, Santa Cruz, Fresno, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, mostly on university campuses. The “tour,” says the Sierra Club’s web site, was “co-sponsored by International Health Programs of the Public Health Institute, Campus Progress, Global Exchange, as well as Planned Parenthood affiliates and a number of University of California Women's Centers and student groups.” The 115-year-old Sierra Club, based in San Francisco and founded by California environmentalist John Muir in 1892 to “explore, enjoy and protect the planet, now declares on its web site: “Sierra Club is a pro-choice organization.The November tour was part of the Sierra Club’s Global Population and Environment Program, which states as its mission: “to protect the global environment and preserve natural resources for future generations by advancing global reproductive health and sustainable development initiatives.The term reproductive health has long been understood as a code word for abortion, especially in Third World countries where the outright use of the word abortion would be politically unwise. In a question-and-answer section on the Sierra Club’s web site discussing the Population and Environment Program, the group says it has endorsed a 1970 resolution drafted by the group Zero Population Growth. Among the provisions of the resolution: families should not have more than two natural children,state and federal laws should be changed to encourage small families and to discourage large families,policies, and attitudes that foster population growth or big families, or that restrict abortion and contraception, or that attempt to constrict the roles of men and women, should be abandoned. The Nov. 20 alternative weekly Sacramento News&Review reported on one of the Sierra Club/Planned Parenthood Sex and the Environment conferences. The conference covered by the weekly was held at the University of California, Davis, and featured a speaker from each organization. Speaking for the Sierra Club was Cassie Gardner. Gardner’s job was created to address the connection Sierra Club sees between sex and the environment:
If you educate women about their reproductive rights, many will choose to have smaller families, which will slow population growth and subsequently slow resource depletion, the News&Review reported. But apparently not all students at the conference bought the Sierra Club line, according to the newspaper. At the close of Gardner’s lecture, an ethical debate erupted, said the News&Review. The gender-studies students asked: Is it fair to advocate a curb on population growth in developing countries when the United States uses 25 percent of the world’s resources for 5 percent of the world’s population? Joe Baker's comment: First of all anyone who thinks the world is overpopulated has not driven a car across the mid west. I’m in South Dakota at the moment and you can drive for an hour in this state without even seeing another person. Our planet is not over populated and if you think it is you should move or maybe even start by removing yourself.When a society permits its mothers to kill their own Children via surgical abortion the heart of the entire culture becomes broken and turns to greater acts of violence and selfishness. Why should anyone believe that a culture that does not respect human life will be able to love and cherish our wonderful planet?
This merger between Planned Parenthood and the Sierra Club is a monumental contradiction. These organizations are preaching an anti-God gospel and should be exposed for the heretics that they are. Seriously anyone who supports killing Children is not someone that I trust surrendering my rights to in the name of saving the planet. We need to speak up against this injustice and at the same time create realistic solutions to taking care of the one beautiful earth that God gave to us. Supporting Abortion on demand is a violent act against our super natural resources and our environment and anyone who supports abortion has a delusional concept of caring for the future of our planet. Help us reverse the culture, save the planet and the babies just by a t-shirt: http://www.liveoffensively.com/
You can blog on this subject off of Joe Baker's blog which is found here:
http://www.claremont.org/blogs/blogid.4365/blog_detail.asp (Alveta King)
We are change confronts Bill Clinton again
http://www.nationalexpositor.com/News/400.html (Hillary Care exposed)
Gun Rights news
http://www.nationalexpositor.com/News/714.html (NRA Sellout again)
Alleged Trainer Of 9/11 Hijackers a CIA Informant-
Pro Life signs destroyed (anti-free speech atmosphere)
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/stjohn.htm (I don't agree with this site on the JFK's assassination, but it shows JFK true beliefs)
B y Timothy
America's day of reckoning is at hand
Paul Craig RobertsOnline Journal Tuesday November 27, 2007
Pat Buchanan is too patriotic to come right out and say it, but the message of his new book, Day of Reckoning, is that America as we have known her is finished. Moreover, Naomi Wolf agrees with him. These two writers of different political persuasions arrive at America's demise from different directions.
Buchanan explains how hubris, ideology, and greed have torn America apart. A neoconservative cabal with an alien agenda captured the Bush administration and committed American blood, energy, and money to aggression against Muslim countries in the Middle East, while permitting America's domestic borders to be overrun by immigrants and exporting the jobs that had made the US an opportunity society. War and offshoring have taken a savage economic toll while open borders and diversity have created social and political division.
In her new book, End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot, Wolf explains America's demise in terms of the erosion of freedoms. She writes that the 10 classic steps that are used to close open societies are currently being taken in the US. Martial law is only a declaration away.
The Bush administration responded to September 11 by initiating military aggression in the Middle East and by using fear and the "war on terror" to implement police state measures at home with legislation, presidential directives, and executive orders
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Overnight the US became a tyranny in which people could be arrested and incarcerated on the basis of unsubstantiated accusation. Both US citizens and non-citizens were denied habeas corpus, due process, and access to attorneys and courts. Congress gave Bush legislation establishing military tribunals, the procedures of which permit people to be condemned to death on the basis of secret evidence, hearsay, and confessions extracted by torture. Nothing of the like has ever been seen before in the US.
The cancer might have metastasized if the Guantanamo detainees had actually been the dangerous terrorists and enemy combatants that the Bush regime declared them to be. Had the administration actually possessed evidence against the detainees, the Bush regime might have succeeded in dispensing with the Constitution. Conviction of the detainees could have led to what Wolf calls a "fascist expansion." Following the exercise of its new powers, the regime could have broadened the definition of terrorist to include the regime's critics, thus pulling citizens in general into tribunals devoid of civil liberty protections.
It could still turn out this way in the event of another 9/11 attack, whether real or orchestrated. But momentarily the drive toward tyranny has been blunted, because the vast majority of detainees turned out to be hapless individuals sold into American captivity by warlords responding to the bounty the US paid for "terrorists." Any unprotected individual was vulnerable to being captured by Afghan and Pakistani warlords and sold as a "terrorist." The Americans needed to show results, and the Bush regime needed "terrorists" in order to feed the fear its propaganda had generated.
In Stalinist Russia or Nazi Germany, the absence of evidence would not have mattered as the judicial system produced the results demanded by the tyrants. However, the US military had not been sufficiently corrupted for the Bush regime's Guantanamo agenda to succeed. Honorable officers, such as Lt. Col. Stephen Abraham, were able to discern that the US government had no information on the detainees and used interrogations in order to rubber stamp the a priori determination that a detainee was a terrorist or enemy combatant. Military officers made these revelations known to real courts before the tribunal process could establish itself.
CounterPunch writer Andy Worthington's recently published book, The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 759 Detainees in America's Illegal Prison, proves that the regime's claim that it had hundreds of dangerous terrorists at Guantanamo was just another Bush administration lie.
Currently, support for Bush, Cheney, and the neoconservative agenda is low. However, Congress, the press, and elections have proven to be feeble opponents of the Bush regime's drive toward war and tyranny. It remains to be seen whether the regime has sufficient credibility or audacity to initiate war with Iran or a false flag attack that would revive the fascist expansion of which Naomi Wolf warns.
The Bush administration has been a catastrophe. Its failures are unprecedented. Energy prices are at all time highs. The US is deeply in debt and dependent on foreign creditors. The dollar has lost 60 per cent of its value against other tradable currencies, and its reserve currency status, the basis of American power, is in doubt. The US has lost millions of middle class jobs which have been replaced with low paid domestic service jobs. Except for the very rich, Americans have experienced no gains in real income in the 21st century. As the ladders of upward mobility are dismantled and the middle class struggles and fails, America is left with a few rich and many poor. America's reputation and credibility are damaged perhaps beyond repair. Congress and the press have enabled the executive branch's disregard of the Constitution and civil liberty. The US is mired in two lost wars which are pushing Lebanon and nuclear-armed Pakistan into deepening political crises.
As Buchanan concludes, "Our day of reckoning is at hand."
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“World Net Daily” Boss Regrets Voting For Bush; Blasts Richard Land’s Immoral Political Advice
By Joseph Farah, founder, editor and CEO of “World Net Daily” and a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate. His latest book is “Stop The Presses: The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution.” He also edits the online intelligence newsletter Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin, in which he utilizes his sources developed over 30 years in the news business. This column appeared on WND October 12, 2007.
In my book “Taking America Back,” in 2003, I challenged Americans to consider whether our national habit of voting for the lesser of two evils was always the best thing to do.
I’m glad the rest of the nation is finally starting the much-needed debate on this issue in time for the 2008 presidential election.
Here’s my thesis in a nutshell: Never vote for any candidate who doesn’t respect and revere and genuinely submit himself or herself to the authority of the U.S. Constitution and its strict limits on federal government power.
I admit I have yielded to the temptation to deviate from my own policy on one occasion – the 2004 presidential election. By then we knew George W. Bush had little understanding and respect for the Constitution, but, in a defensive strategy, to avoid the election of an outright traitor to his country in John Kerry, I wisely or unwisely decided to vote for Bush’s re-election.
I’m still happy Kerry didn’t win. But I take no little solace in whatever small part I played in Bush’s undeserved re-election.
What can I say? I’m human. I’m a sinner. I live in a fallen world. I’m still not sure I would have acted any differently in 2004, knowing the imminent threat we faced from a Kerry presidency.
But, I digress – back to the debate.
Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, has joined the fray, sounding off in a Baptist Press column about why we, as Christians, need to be willing to overlook the evil within candidates and actually have a moral obligation to make utilitarian compromises and vote only for those who are electable.
Obviously, Land is weighing in on an issue that arose recently when James Dobson of Focus on the Family, Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council and representatives of other Christian groups got together in Salt Lake City, pledging not to support a Republican nominee who was not “pro-life” (another huge national story broken first, by the way, right here in WND.)
Now first you must understand who Richard Land is and why he is writing what he is writing. Land is playing John the Baptist for presidential candidate Fred Thompson, who has demonstrated little interest in vigorously pursuing evangelical votes. He was a no-show at the Values Voter Debate in Fort Lauderdale, the first one held after he announced his candidacy. He seems determined to play the lone wolf role without any accountability for his record or the worldview that shapes his vision of the future.
Land doesn’t mention Thompson by name in his piece – but that is who it is about.
Now here’s the trap laid by Land: “Determining candidates’ stances on moral issues should be a primary consideration; determining how the candidates’ policy positions will benefit an individual personally (e.g., tax policies) should always be a secondary consideration.”
Notice what’s missing? Any mention of the Constitution and the candidate’s submission to it.
Also, Land makes a distinction between “moral issues” and tax policies. Let me explain that tax policy is a moral issue. It is immoral to steal. And when government uses force to take money from one person and give it to another, that’s the moral equivalent of theft.
In fact, I would make the claim that every single thing the government does, everything in which it involves itself, every law and regulation and edict is an imposition of morality or immorality.
Moral issues are not just matters of life and death and sexuality. When Hillary Clinton, for example, makes plans to socialize health care in America, that is not only a bad idea, it is both immoral and unconstitutional.
Land says we should consult the Bible for the answers to questions we have about tough political choices. I agree. But I don’t see anywhere in the Bible where it says we should embrace a little bit of evil to avoid a greater evil. I don’t see anywhere in the Bible where we are to embrace a little bit of leaven. I don’t see anywhere in the Bible where it suggests we should compromise with sin.
I’ll tell you where this kind of thinking leads.
It leads to gutless choices. It leads to a slow death. It leads inexorably to loss of freedom. It leads down a slippery slope of defeat and tyranny. It’s a kind of moral relativism – something Christians should avoid.
Our Founding Fathers recognized this. They had choices to make. Life under the crown of England wasn’t intolerable. In fact, it was better than under most other tyrants in the world at the time. But they stood up for a better way. They risked everything for a chance to expand freedom. They were hardly the pragmatists Richard Land believes we need to be.
This type of compromise, this type of accommodation to the political zeitgeist, this type of moderation has led Richard Land astray in the past.
When Judge Roy Moore was taking a principled stand for the Constitution, God, country, faith and family by defending the Ten Commandments monument in Alabama, where was Richard Land?
He was publicly challenging Moore, explaining that he disagreed with his tactics and strategy and equating the good judge’s contest of a clearly unconstitutional federal order as “civil disobedience.”
It sounds to me like Richard Land is more comfortable with the political status quo than standing up for truth, justice and morality.
One time in my lifetime have we had the kind of clear political choice for president that I would like to see. It was when Ronald Reagan won the Republican nomination.
There are only two ways we will see that kind of candidacy, again.
One, if bad political leaders like Jimmy Carter lead us so far into the wilderness that Americans will clamor for the right answers as they did in 1979 and 1980.
Two, if we simply refuse to accept less.
No, I don’t want to see Hillary Clinton lead this country. I know, better than most, the political reign of terror of which she is capable. I was a major target of it in the 1990s. However, I will not be motivated by fear of Hillary into voting for a Republican politician who will lead us down the same primrose path.
This time, I need some reasons to vote Republican, not just reasons to vote against the Democrat.
posted: Tue, 02 Oct. 2007
The following post is by no means complete, and more research needs to be done to further link Ron Paul to Masonic Secret Societies and the Satanic Agenda.
We've all heard of Bush and Kerry's links to the Skull'n'Bones. This is Ron Paul's story.
Between 1953-57 when Ron Paul (age 18-22) was at Gettysburg College, he was inducted into the "Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity (ΛΧΑ)" where he served as steward and house manager. - So what is this Lambda-Chi-Alpha?
History (my comments in brackets):
It was founded on November 2, 1909 when a man called Warren Albert Cole (& Jack Mason?) had a meeting with his first cousin and a more distant relative. Cole previously made some unsuccessful attempts at starting a fraternity, about which we know little more than names: "The Lodge," "Tombs," "Lambda Pi," then it was Lambda Chi Alpha "Loyal Collegiate Associates,". (Just the names themselves are overtly Masonic and throw up warning signs. Just wait until you hear what they get up to!)Early in 1912, Cole wrote to Lewis Drury asking if he was interested in forming a Greek-letter society. Drury was quite interested. Lambda Chi Alpha's first established chapter, Gamma Zeta, was born. On May 25, 1912, Albert Cross took Cole's Johnston badge to William Thegen's Sons at 618 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, just half a block from Independence Hall, and ordered eight pins for the Pennsylvania chapter. Thegen's like Johnston was not known for making fraternity jewelry, but rather - Masonic items and military medals!
During the spring of 1912, a chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, Epsilon Zeta began at the University of Pennsylvania. By the beginning of 1913, Delta Kappa at Maine was admitted as the seventh chapter. Lambda Chi Alpha was now truly a national fraternity, even though most of its chapters were still very young and not yet well organized. The first real efforts at national solidarity were made at the Second General Assembly, held at the MIT chapter house in Boston, March 22, 1913.
The L.G. Balfour Co., founded by Lloyd G. Balfour in 1913, made the first Lambda Chi Alpha badges for the Cornell University chapter in October of that year.
Jack Mason gave a handwritten letter to Albert Cross containing Mason's vision of the ideals and principles of Lambda Chi Alpha and how they would be expressed. His reason for the adoption of a new Initiation Ritual was based on the following rationale:"The first question is, what should be the highest aim of a college fraternity? The answer is-I think-to have men of sterling character, who are efficient workers along all the lines of human activity (Masonic activity); not students with big, all-around sympathies, who can deliver the goods in whatever activity they take up (in other words, NOT godly men who deliver the goods). In other words we have to preach two doctrines (Doctrines!), the doctrine of work (masonic) and the doctrine of character (satanic); or, if you wish to join the two, the doctrine of mighty energy working toward a high ideal (the kingdom of the devil on earth). Nothing else counts. It makes no difference how pleasant (godly) a chap he is, if he can't do good sincere work (THEIR work) he's not good, and we don't want him for a brother. The people we do take for brothers we want to encourage along these lines all we can."
In addition to the development of a new "Initiation Ritual" (did you say INITIATION and RITUAL!), the 1913 General Assembly saw the adoption of the significance of Zeta and Lambda Chi Alpha and revisions to the coat of arms and badge. In 1939 Theta-Kappa-Nu and Lambda-Chi-Alpha merged with each other. Theta Kappa Nu Fraternity was formed by the union of 11 well-established local fraternities on Jun 9, 1924 in Springfield, Missouri.
Symbols (mostly my commentary: images can be found on wikipedia-Lambda Chi Alpha):
Coat of Arms
The most noticeable thing sticking out of the coat of arms is the shining emblem above the Crown, always representing the false light of Lucifer eminating from whatever sign is representing him, which in this case is the crescent in the cross. This is over and behind the Crown, which always represents the self-given right to rule on behalf of lucifer. This is the single most reproduced symbol in all Masonic-Satanic coats & logo's and is seen in governments, royal houses, police, security and unions. Get a load of what the crown is resting on " a knights helmet that looks like a really evil pacman!. LOL!.
The three open mottos, in the ribbons, translated from top to bottom, "Crescent in the Cross," "Naught Without Labor," and "Every Man a Man.".
Present on the shild are the crucicrescent (small shield in the middle containing a beast holding up something), the lamp of learning (has some sort of masonic meaning), the clasped hands of brotherhood (openly masonic sign used everywhere nowdays, the three pentagrams-stars signifying something to do with satanism), the scales of justice (signifying masonic justice), as well as the inescutcheon (book?) signifying their merger with Theta Kappa Nu, and the badge of membership below from which sprout vines around the edge (as seen in so many masonic organisations from govt, police & even the UN).
Crescent in the Cross
Lambda Chi Alpha espouses 'knightly' ideals to use the crescent as a symbol, thus linking back to Knights Templars and early masonic history. This symbol looks like a cross as seen in org's such as the red-cross (ie. All 4 stems are equal in length) with a moon-crescent entangled in it. It is notable that only Masonic Societies use both the cross and crescent together in their symbology.
The first thing to notice about this badge is the pearl-set crescent with horns turned toward the left, the horns being symbolic of both the moon, and most probably the horns of Lucifer.The horns enclosing a monogram of the Greek letters, 'Lambda, Chi, and Alpha' which is very reminiscent of the compass & square symbol masons use. The center of the crescent bears the Greek letters, 'Delta Pi' on top of each other. Check out the shape of that configuration. Ever seen the photo of Alistair Crowley Holding his wrists up & wearing the triangular hat with the all seeing eye! That's what these symbols look like.The Badge is 'properly' worn over the heart, signifying the complete overshadowing / replacement of the spirit by this organisation.
Associate Member Pin (looks like something out of Babylon-5)It embodies the official badge of Theta Kappa Nu as well as the original pin of Lambda Chi Alpha. The original Lambda Chi Alpha pin was a gothic arch and with the union, this was superimposed upon the triangles composing the official badge of Theta Kappa Nu. consists of the letters lambda, chi, and alpha formed into a Gothic arch superimposed over four triangles (another symbolic union of Lambda Chi Alpha and Theta Kappa Nu).
I heavily suspect that all the buildings the fraternity uses are Masonic Temples where their rites, rituals, initiations and other secret goings on are 'practiced'.
Their Creed (comments inserted):
We believe in Lambda Chi Alpha (not the most high God?), and its traditions, principles and ideals (what?). The crescent is our symbol (heh!); pure, high ever growing (?!), and the cross is our guide; denoting service, sacrifice (what to!), and even suffering and humiliation (typical!) before the world (before-the-WORLD), bravely endured if need be (gotta be brave to do that!), in following that ideal.May we have faith in Lambda Chi Alpha (you mean satan) and passion for its welfare (passionate devils!). May we have hope for the future of Lambda Chi Alpha (what future?) and strength to fight for its teachings (not the Word). May we have pure hearts (pure=black), that we may approach the ideal of perfect brotherly love (the love=hate of their own brotherhood).
Some of their Expectations:
I will know and understand the ideals expressed by my Fraternity's rituals (there's that word again) and will strive to incorporate these ideals in my daily life.I will respect and abide by all Fraternity laws, regulations, and policies (NOT the LAWS of GOD!).I will strive to bring into the Fraternity any man who would benefit from an enriching fraternal experience and who would strengthen the Fraternity (recruitment).I will at all times conduct myself as a gentleman and as a responsible citizen and will hold members accountable for their conduct (Pretend to be a decent human being & Punish those who speak out!).
A published letter states "Most campus Greek Letter organizations are secret." Their rituals, passwords, signs and oaths are SECRET. Members are expected to keep the secrets of the fraternity and the personal secrets any brothers decide to share or that members learn. They are a secret society! They have 'Officers' and even a 'Big Brother' LOL!.
The following is an excerpt from a webpage Exposing Greek Letter Organisations (GLO's):
Lambda Chi Alpha's Ritual was a great catch. It has a wealth of condemning material. Here is just a touch showing unequal yoking for any member professing Christ. It also makes another striking analogy. If the bond is eternal and just one brother goes to hell, then they all go. But of course, it is assumed that all LXA's are Christian men: "EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND MOTTOS A: Know then that the Bond of our Brotherhood is an eternal union between its members. The greek phrase of Zeugma Adelphotetos Christianikes, or Bond of Chirstian Brotherhood. Henceforth you are one in spirit with every brother of the fraternity." (Ritual of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, pp. 103-104, 1987)Another ritual practice of Lambda Chi Alpha is CIRCUMAMBULATION. This is a common practice is found in the initiation of WITCHES and is practiced in FREEMASONRY. How can a Christian be ONE in the SPIRIT with an unsaved person and an UNGODLY organization? An Organization founded upon Christian principles would never say such garbage. Fraternities, sororities, masons, eastern stars, etc. Your 50-200 years of secrecy/concealment is over!!! It is better to be exposed now than at the great white throne of judgement! Perhaps you will denounce and repent. I made a vow to God that if more members are acquired by GLO's, it will not be because of ignorance and deception. All people who read Coming Apart at the Seams will know exactly what they are getting themselves into, and have no excuse of ignorance or deception, but will be in unbelief.
Geneology of Ron Paul:
Ron Paul married Carol Welles on Feb 1, 1957 and have 5 children, Ronnie, Lori, Rand, Robert & Joy Paul. They have at least 18 grandchildren.
Ancestry of Ron Paul
1 Ronald Ernest ("Ron") Paul, MD, b. Pittsburgh, Pa., 20 Aug. 1935, US Representative from Texas 1976-1977, 1979-1985, 1997-current
2 Howard Caspar Paul, b. Pittsburgh, Pa., 19 Aug. 1904, d. 23 May 1997 [SSDI 192-05-2326] m. 23 Oct. 1929 3 Margaret Dumont, b. , Pa., 7 March 1908, d. 10 July 2001 [SSDI 183-26-5400]
4 Caspar Paul, b. Hohenzell, Schluchtern, PreuÃƒ., 3 Aug. 1866, d. [living 1930] m. 4 May 1899 5 Sophia Ziegler, b. , Pa., 15 Sept. 1874, d. 22 Feb. 1964 6 Joseph Dumont, b. , Pa., [ca. 1884], d. [living 1930] m. [ca. 1907] 7 Lena , b. , Pa., [ca. 1884], d. [living 1930]
10 Johann Georg Ziegler, b. Kressenbach, Hessen, 15 Nov. 1844, d. Greentree, Pa., 17 Sept. 1922 m. Washington Co., Pa., 1870 11 Gertrude Herche, b. Wallroth, Hessen-Darmstadt, 4 May 1847, d. Cecil, Pa., 7 Sept. 1924 12 Joseph G Dumont, b. , N. Y., [ca. 1862], d. [living 1910] m. [ca. 1883] 13 Margaret , b. , N. Y., [ca. 1862], d. [living 1910]
22 Wilhelm Herche, b. Wallroth, Hessen-Darmstadt, 22 Jan. 1809, d. Wallroth, Hessen-Darmstadt, 25 July 1878 m. 17 May 1833 23 Gertrauda Jockel, b. Wallroth, Hessen-Darmstadt, 7 May 1813, d.
This was a rather hasty putting together of info edited from several sources including wikipedia, the Lambda chi alpha website, and other websites found using google searches. It's not meant to be a proper article, just some info to get out there to spark some interest in researching Ron Paul's hidden history. Someone though should write up a proper article. While much has been written about various members of US leadership's Hidden secrets, virtually nothing seems to exist about Ron Paul. If only people like Alex Jones and many other key supporters could get this info, it might just start to open their eyes a bit.
Monday, November 26, 2007
http://www.truthnews.us/?p=977 (JFK assassination)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APs0ZrCpvEY (on Alex Jones by Thomas Richards)