Posts Tagged ‘Bankers Manifesto’

Two Links and an Observation

Thanks to Cindy for this wonderful, Faery Tale Wisdom about today’s world, called 2016: Year of the Serpent. This link is well worth a read by anyone who enjoys and/or respects the power of Story to provide deep awakening and understanding, as well as by anyone upset or confused about things like Brexit, Donald Trump, or the increased vitriol that plagues contemporary Western society.

The above link may be enough for people who already feel led to remove themselves from the fray and get back to creating a more positive reality in the here and now, in both tangible and spiritual ways — sometimes quite literally from the ground up by starting gardens and planting fruit trees. If instead of trees, you find yourself firmly planted in one shouting and rioting camp or another, then the next links will help you shake loose of the Left/Right shackles so you can reclaim your own opinions beyond propaganda and reclaim your own agency beyond government, media or their corporate sponsors telling you what to believe. Continue reading

Baiting the Veterans

Many people who know me as a peace-loving, faery-gardening, Tarot reading Medical Intuitive and Intuitive Life Coach will be surprised to learn that my ex-husband was a Vietnam Vet (yes, there was an age difference), and that my closest romantic soul connection (until David appeared in my life) was a Veteran of both Operation Desert Storm and Afghanistan (as a called up Reservist). At some point before I met him, he was also recruited by, but ultimately opted not to join The Delta Forces. Both of these men, in their own ways, are among the most intuitive/psychically gifted people I’ve ever encountered. For various reasons, I’ve maintained contact with neither of them; however, they do represent some complex interactions I’ve had with Veterans and their individual stories.

My ex-husband was drafted. He spent his time in Vietnam as a medic, learned near-fluent Vietnamese, kept pet praying mantises to combat mosquitoes, snuck off to provide emergency care to mixed-Vietnamese/White orphans hit by bombs, ran an underground anti-War newspaper, and spent significant time in Buddhist monasteries and as a guest at Vietnamese dinner tables while there.

My ex-boyfriend originally joined the Army to support a child that he later learned wasn’t even his, but during the course of his service, he developed a love of flying helicopters. Since flying lessons are prohibitively expensive for most people, he continued in the Army so that he could earn those coveted flight hours. When he left the service, he eventually returned as a Civilian Contractor, teaching others to fly.

From him, I learned that some servicemen in Afghanistan were trying to blow the whistle on drug running there, but these same people, who reported the illegal actions to their superiors, found themselves heavily persecuted instead of rewarded for telling the truth. I met one of his persecuted, whistle-blowing friends in person. It was also this ex-boyfriend who first mentioned to me (back in 1998) that many of his friends were getting ill or dying from Desert Storm Syndrome. He had no symptoms and attributed this to having been the only one he knew of to have thrown out all the Army’s mandatory vitamins. Make of that what you will. This is the boyfriend who found the herbalist/craniosacral therapist/holistic optometrist who first treated me and later gave me my first professional job as a Medical Intuitive.

Because my ex-husband had significant health issues and no medical insurance, I have spent a lot of time in Veterans’ hospitals and medical treatment centers. A lot. While there, I witnessed the effects of war by observing Veterans from WW2, as well as Iraq and Afghanistan. I saw how they were injured and how they were treated. I know firsthand how my ex-husband was treated. Fortunately, we moved often enough that if one Vet Center refused to treat his raging Lyme Disease, we could transfer to another. Also fortunately, I know a thing or two about treating Lyme Disease via alternative means. 🙂

My mom’s step-dad — my step-grandfather — was a Korean War Vet, the only one of his Marine Platoon to survive. My first boyfriend’s dad was a Veteran. I have clients and friends who are Vets. Because of my own experience with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and the frequency of blast injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan, I feel an affinity with many who’ve had their entire reality structure and lives forcefully ripped away from them. I know how that feels, and I know the internal fortitude and struggle it takes to rebuild some semblance of a normal life when your brain no longer works the way it used to work and when your sense of Self no longer matches any of the things you were previously convinced “made you you.” I’ve heard more battle horror stories than most people could stomach, and I’ve heard more Veterans with a deep reverence for life than most people would believe. Taking a life, or being placed in a situation of needing to decide whether or not to take a life often flips a switch in people. There’s a reason for the astronomical suicide rate among our Veterans, and it’s not just the crappy care they get when they return.

I had written about half this article before heading to a meeting at Goshen High School, where I was privileged to speak to their JAG program students about a Neighborhood Youth Engagement Grant for planting fruit trees and possibly a community garden in a nearby park. The teacher and the students in his class completely blew me away. These are students specifically selected to join this program because they were either born into poverty, have parents with major issues or for some other reason represent a disadvantaged class of kids. The kinds of kids who often don’t graduate, make it to college or find employment. The JAG program focuses on “positive outcomes” and works to empower students to learn how to interact with adults, how to find responsible employment or other service or schooling. Normally, JAG requires 12 hours of community service per school year, but the teacher at Goshen High upped the standards. He requires 24 hours per year.

The students love him, and I can see why. They’re becoming integrated members of society, able to introduce themselves and articulate what they wish to accomplish or become. They receive support on job applications, internship opportunities, incentives for good attendance and graduation. They also will receive — for an entire year after graduation — monthly follow-up phone calls from their teacher. Accountability and encouragement. He partners with graduates to make sure they’re finding employment or staying in school. When military recruiters come to the school, he lets the recruiters talk and then offers his students a chance to ask him personal questions about his own military service. Because, yes, synchronously, this 31-year-old dynamo teacher who clearly loves and respects his students, who wants to provide them tools, skills and traits so that they can take care of themselves in the real world, this tough love teddy bear … is a Vet.

My point is that I have interacted with a lot of Veterans over the years, and — even though I love peace and look forward to a world without war — I’m not at war with Veterans. Yes, I’ve run into the occasional shoot-em-up racist jerk, but for the most part, the Veterans I know are good people who care about their neighbors, love their country and value freedom. Some see through the military industrial complex; others don’t, but they still, bottom line, desire to “do the right thing.” They still — for the most part — have a code of honor.

I’ve also met survivors of various wars and oppressive regimes. In college, one of my roommates grew up in East Germany. I traveled to Communist Russia during high school and have personally befriended people who escaped the Soviet Bloc. David’s dad grew up in Amsterdam during the WW2 Nazi Occupation. I have Jewish clients whose parents escaped the Holocaust, as well as one client whose parents never escaped but sent her out of the country for her own protection. I value peace. I want to live in a world of peace, and I am not at war with our Veterans.

Why all this talk about Vets, you might ask. Well, I have been watching the media and the government goad our Veterans into revolution. I’ve watched the charade of closing off open air memorials to honor fallen soldiers, even though it costs far more to guard these memorials that have independent funding than it would to keep them open. I’ve watched the media try to spin “Tea Party extremist Veterans” into social pariahs, and I’ve listened to politicians describe the shutdown in warlike terms. I’ve seen, in recent years, but especially in recent weeks, a very obvious (to me) attempt to spit upon our Veterans and to goad them into “doing something stupid” or set the stage to frame them for another false flag. And it breaks my heart. It’s dangerous, reckless, and irresponsible. And it’s being done on purpose.

My friend Gillian posted the video below on her site, and I felt called to share it here. Please know that we are all — really, truly, except for a small number of psychopaths pulling strings behind the curtain — in this together.

We’ve got some totalitarian BS happening in this country right now that would make Hitler, Stalin and Chairman Mao envious, and there’s much more to come if certain factions have their way. If you want peace, then I suggest you find a way to make peace with your neighbors. Make peace with each other. Make peace with Veterans who want to protect your Constitutional Rights. Even if you don’t know what these rights entail, you will not like it when you feel the wrath of naked vulnerability to a totalitarian regime. As I said, I’ve known people who escaped from brutal dictatorships and oppressive regimes. We take our way of life for granted here and most haven’t even noticed that only an empty shell remains. We are quickly becoming “land of the free, home of the brave” in platitudes only, unless something shifts ASAP.

Please: recognize the humanity in your fellow human beings. I’ve posted numerous times now “The Bankers Manifesto of 1892,” which outlines the playbook for divide and conquer two-party political tactics. If you think “the Tea Partiers,” “The Democrats” or “The Republicans” are the cause of all your problems, please know: you are being played for a fool. Those who would forcefully exert control over every aspect of our lives — our food, our beliefs, our minds, our homes, our neighborhoods, our water, our bodies, our environment, and more, honoring corporations over public interest — these psychos need you to fight with your neighbor. They want a Civil War on American soil. They want WW3. They want these things so badly they’re practically screaming for them, throwing tantrums and hissy fits because they haven’t happened yet. Both parties.

Please, for the love of your country, for the love of each other, and for the love of all that’s good and true and real in this entire world, please learn to recognize the humanity in each other. Learn to recognize who’s actually on your side even if neither of you yet recognizes your own ally. “The enemy of my enemy is my ally.” If you don’t want Martial Law in America, then it’s up to you — yes, each one of you, and me — to bridge the gaps, find ways to combine or complement strategies and to learn to see through BS attempts to provoke us all into vilifying and killing each other so the elite can swoop in with their “revolutionary solution.” Problem (which they fomented), Reaction (which they instigated) and Solution (which they designed). I guarantee, if we all work together, we can figure out something better than the eugencists and international dictators have planned for us.

Jon Rappoport ~ Obamacare Sign-Up Crash: What’s Really Behind It?

Jon’s latest post goes right along with what I repostedyesterday, “The Bankers Manifesto of 1892” in relation to more going on with this government shutdown and Obamacare than meets the eye. You see, the controllers behind the curtain have always wanted to create “Order Out of Chaos.” Their New World (Globalist) Order requires chaos. That’s why I encourage each person to create your own order from chaos by getting exceptional clarity on what kind of world you desire to experience. Chaos offers possibilities, and the globalists’ overreach can easily backfire. We, on the other hand, can use the stirred up pot to create amazing new recipes of love, success and joy.

Jon Rappoport ~ Obamacare Sign-Up Crash: What’s Really Behind It?

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It’s easy to say the government always screws things up and, therefore, the crash of its Obamacare sign-up system is merely another example of gross incompetence.

But this is shortsighted. White House officials knew, months ago, the online site was an unmitigated disaster, and yet they let the train continue speeding down the track to its inevitable crackup.

To understand this, we need to go back to the opening salvo in the Obamacare drama.

To his advisors’ shock and surprise, Obama, taking office in 2009, announced that his first big move was going to be national health insurance.

His people assumed jobs would be the top priority. The nation was clamoring for a solution. People were out of work. Banks were foreclosing on homes. Families were in peril.

How could the President misread the national mood so badly? National health insurance? Now? Where the hell did that come from?

The 1993 track record of earlier efforts, headed by Hillary Clinton and her buffoon of a consultant, Ira Magaziner, had run aground, failed miserably, and stirred up considerable animosity.

Obama was going to lead with this again? Bring on a storm of contentious clashes in the Congress, the press, and the nation at large?

What was he thinking?

He wasn’t. A super-ambitious campaign on this issue had to come from somewhere else. Obama’s high-flying humanitarian rhetoric notwithstanding, the man was acting as an agent of change. An agent.

He was taking dictation.

And sure enough, he sank the country in a hostile grinding debate that persists to this day. Meanwhile, the economy and jobs went begging.

When the Obamacare bill finally passed, without anyone reading it, and when subsequent arm-twisting led the Supreme Court to call the individual mandate a tax (a transparently preposterous strategy), thus clearing the way for implementation, amid loud cries of fraud, there remained another opportunity for promoting disaster:

A system for enrollment that wouldn’t work, that would crash, that would look like a bevy of drunken idiots ($634 million richer) had put it together with scotch tape and a random number generator.

At a much high level of op, Obamacare was always invented chaos.

It was intended to be.
The target was America itself. As in destabilization.
This is a strategy as old as the hills.

In this case, the people in charge, behind the scenes, are Globalists (think Rockefeller, for starters). For over a hundred years, their objective has been the takedown of the United States, one of the strongest holdouts against a planetary management system, in which, ultimately, national borders are erased and individual countries cease to exist.

In 1971, David Rockefeller’s intellectual consigliere, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote: “…[the] nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state.”

Achieving such a goal, however, is not simply a matter of standing back and watching evolution take it course. It involves torpedoing major institutions, regardless of how well or poorly they are serving the public interest.

In other words: promote chaos at every possible opportunity.

The extreme oddness of choosing national health insurance as the first planned shot out of the White House, in 2009, was, at the most important level, an exercise in stirring the national pot with a multi-blade fan engine.

Chaos has several aims; among them: raising the level of frustration; dividing the populace; engendering heating conflicts; demoralizing citizens; producing a sense of helplessness; and rendering large numbers of people into a state of surrender and passivity.

It is a prelude to a New Order. A more heartless and repressive Order.

Obamacare is just one example among hundreds.

Operation Chaos has been targeting the United States for well over a hundred years.

Of the dozen or so possible first steps of a Presidency, Obama chose the one that would produce the most discord.

Because US presidents rarely mention Globalism and its tentacles and plans and organizations, it is assumed the issue isn’t of high importance.

But since the closing days of World War 2, (and, actually, much earlier), when members of the Rockefeller Council on Foreign Relations were tapped to write the blueprint for the United Nations, when the outline of the Marshall Plan was drafted, when the first serious meetings of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) were set in stone, every American President has looked the other way, when Globalism has reared its head.

That’s FDR all the way through to Obama.

And during that 70-year period, ops small, medium, and large have been launched to weaken the United States and entangle it in the Globalist framework.

For the two terms of Obama’s Presidency, national health insurance was chosen as a bare electric wire, to shock, stimulate, and magnify dormant hostilities throughout the country.

To the Globalists, the respective merits and flaws in a national healthcare system are of absolutely no concern. It is simply one more opportunity to “crash the system” and produce a hole in the fabric of national life.

For these men, the issue of Obamacare “has legs.” They will squeeze more out of it, for their own purposes, in the months and years ahead.

Mired in the quite serious and real pros and cons of a national health plan, people will miss the bigger picture and pass by it without a glance of recognition.

The manipulators don’t pick trivial issues. Distraction requires presenting people with forceful conflicts.

It requires the belief that events are what they seem and the motives behind them are clear and on the surface.

Jon Rappoport (link to original article)

The Bankers Manifesto of 1892

At a time when two-party (i.e. two sides of the same coin) divisions are running at all time highs, I felt called to repost The Bankers Manifesto of 1892. Please look behind the curtain. There’s more to this in your face shutdown than meets the eye. Find some small (or large) thing that you can do today that invokes and supports what you’re truly looking to bring into this world, what you truly long to experience. I encourage you to eliminate the need for a middle man to bring that dream into being. What can *you* do *now* to move energies and actions along in your desired direction? NEITHER of these political parties works for your benefit, regardless of pretty speeches or media propaganda. Who are *you* and how do *you* wish to live? We live in extraordinary times. Please don’t make the mistake that a resolution in Washington Deceit will make or break your life. As Richard Bach said, “Argue for your limitations and sure enough they’re yours.” “Today is a new day. Don’t let your history interfere with your destiny! Let today be the day you stop being a victim of your circumstances and start taking action towards the life you want. You have the power and the time to shape your life. Break free from the poisonous victim mentality and embrace the truth of your greatness. You were not meant for a mundane or mediocre life!” ~Steve Maraboli

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I discovered this little gem by following a link from Freedom Reigns County Project to an example of a County Relocalization Project in Ohio. Their site quotes from something called The Bankers Manifesto of 1892, which seems to be playing out like clockwork again, especially with the “housing crisis” and the bogus 2-party political system:


“People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. History repeats itself in regular cycles. This truth is well known among our principal men who are engaged in forming an imperialism of the world. While they are doing this, the people must be kept in a state of political antagonism.

“The question of tariff reform must be urged through the organization known as the Democratic Party, and the question of protection with the reciprocity must be forced to view through the Republican Party.

“By thus dividing voters, we can get them to expend their energies…

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Some Quick Reminders

1. The sham of the two-party political system isn’t conspiracy theory. The Bankers Manifesto of 1892 is an actual document and a brilliantly devious piece of work that still largely determines American (and by military extension, World) policy.

2. You have within you the capability to transcend whatever limitations you currently feel as restrictions. The fact that situations feel too tight and too oppressive is a sign that you have already outgrown them in their current form. New sizes, styles and solutions exist.

3. “Insights from myth, dreams, and intuitions, from glimpses of an invisible reality, and from perennial human wisdom provide us with hints and guesses about the meaning of life and what we are here for. Prayer, observance, discipline, thought and action are the means through which we grow and find meaning.” ~Jean Shinoda Bolen

4. “Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” ~Oliver Wendell Holmes

5. “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself.” ~Soren Kierkegaard

6. “The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.” ~Henry David Thoreau

7. “I think everyone should be told they’re beautiful until they believe it.” – Unknown

You’re beautiful.
Keep living.
Keep loving.
Take heart.
Have courage.

Sure, the current “reality” is complete BS, but even BS eventually becomes compost, also known as “black gold,” the richest soil enhancer that makes things grow. We are the change, and that change is happening. Transcend fast and prosper! 🙂