1. I’m a techno machino plexy plasto bopper
    Science fiction cosmic friction highwire chopper
    With one foot on the moon the other down yer throat

    In illusions of reason as season of change
    Grand confusion a contusion of mind and brain
    With one thought on yer thighs the other in the stars

    You gave me TV and the electric range
    The A-bomb and acid
    But now I’m always flaccid it seems so strange
    But my battery powered vibrating rod
    Will do the job when I cannot
    cannot cannot cannot…..

    Lyrics ©1976 – Willy Whitten

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    “We tortured some folks.”~Barack Obama

    “I do not understand this squeamishness about the use of gas. We have definitely adopted the position at the Peace Conference of arguing in favour of the retention of gas as a permanent method of warfare…. I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes.” (Winston S. Churchill, from War Office minute, 12th May 1919.)

    “We came, we saw, he died.”~Hillary Clinton, on the death of Quadaffi

    “For anyone who is even passively aware of current events and the condition of humanity across the globe, it is abundantly clear that both the nation and the world as a whole are moving further and further into a state of oppression and total lockdown.”~Brandon Turbeville

    “Obviously, the mainstream media is intent and focused on the further brainwashing and propagandizing of the world’s people, blatantly promoting their enslavement for those who are aware of the methods used, further implanting the accepted opinions of the future in the minds of the masses who are not. The constant replay of a laundry list of possible catastrophes – those that have occurred and those that might occur – serve to wrap the human mind in a cloak of continual panic and subconscious desire to protect oneself by any means necessary”~Ibid
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    ” A culture that celebrates the annihilation of whole peoples, casually and without guilt or introspection, is devoid of human values at its very core.” Ultimately, such a society turns against itself. It’s not a sudden madness, but a long history of mass murder come full circle.”
    ~Glen Ford
    The Ultimate Logic of a Society Built on Mass Murder

    “As a native-born American, I grew up watching cowboy and Indian shoot-em-ups in which the highlight of the movie was when the white guys in the circled wagon train shot the Indians off their horses until all the red men were dead, and very silent. Indians didn’t do a lot of screaming in pain when they were shot; they just expired. Same thing with buck-toothed Japanese, line after line of them, charging into U.S. machine guns, falling instantly silent and dead. It was somehow quite clean, almost antiseptic, these cinematic rituals of death, all staged for the broadest popular consumption to demonstrate the inevitability — and cosmic justice — of ultimate white victory over the darker races.”~Ibid
    . . . . . . . . .
    Made in America – Mass Murder is as American as apple pie.

    According to the Western media, America and NATO’s “Atlantic area” were attacked by a “foreign power” [Afghanistan] on September 11, 2001: an a absurd proposition.

    This leads to my persistent question:
    What does it mean to be well adjusted in a pathological society?~ww

    TV anchors are PR people for the cops.

    Bloomberg Demands Obama Take “Executive Action” Against Second Amendment

    New York mayor Michael Bloomberg went on Meet the Press today and told Obama he should skirt Congress and the Constitution and take executive action against firearms owners in the United States. 12/16/2012

    “ Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws. ” ~Confucius

    AMERIKANA DIABOLICAL [[[ Déjà Vu WMD lies ]]]
    “Oh, I get it…everybody’s crazy but you.”~Ernie Wright my step dad, to me around 1958.
    No, not “everybody” but the great majority…and certainly you Daddio..Lol. I don’t even remember what provoked this response from him now. But I guess I was well on my way to grokking this psycho society already at around thirteen years old.


    • “The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself… Almost inevitably, he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable.”~H.L. Mencken, American journalist


  2. Reflections on the Brandon Turbeville essay:

    I think it in the nature of politics; the process itself – one that sees to “Organization,” that produces “Leaders” – those ‘active men’ who by their activities gain POWER.

    And we know the corrosive nature of political power, we have seen these cycles turn throughout the centuries if we have paid attention to the lessons of history.

    It is the organization of “government” itself that is the mistake. It is in the individual giving his power away to any collective idea that is the mistake.
    Any collective activity must be viewed as exceedingly temporary, for the “consensus” achieved to put it into motion is certainly temporary. And many will come to the point of thinking, “this is not what I was counting on…” before any long term idea is fulfilled.

    I will repeat that I think “government” is a juvenile concept, one that the human race needs to find the maturity to grow out of.


  3. “Revealed: U.S. carried out 333 drone strikes in Afghanistan this year alone – more than the entire drone strikes in Pakistan over the past eight years COMBINED –U.S. carried out 333 drone strikes in Afghanistan in 2012, report says, up from 294 in 2011 20 Dec 2012 The United States carried out more drone strikes in Afghanistan this year than it has done in all the years put together in Pakistan since it launched the covert air war there eight years ago, it has been revealed. The statistics, published by the U.S. Air Force and published by Wired’s Danger Room blog, show that there were 333 drone strikes in Afghanistan in 2012 alone, up from 294 in the previous year and 278 in 2010. It is far more than an estimated 338 strikes carried out by the CIA in Pakistan since it began hunting down remnants of al Qaeda [al-CIAduh], the Taliban and other militant groups in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas eight years ago.

    British Court Rejects Drone Lawsuit 22 Dec 2012 On Friday, a British court rejected a closely watched civil suit by the son of man killed in a 2011 drone strike in Pakistan that requests a judicial declaration that British intelligence officials may be liable for assisting acts of murder, war crimes, and crimes against humanity if they share targeting intelligence with the US government. The plaintiff, Noor Khan, who was represented by the British human rights group Reprieve, had also asked the court to direct the British Foreign Secretary to issue a policy “identifying the circumstances in which intelligence may lawfully be passed on if it relates to the location of individuals who may be targeted in a drone strike.” The British judges hearing the case recognized that they were essentially being asked to pass judgment on the legality of the US drone program (and of Obama Administration drone policies), and they declined the invitation to do so.”



    Text to Pathologist Carver’s News Conference at Sandy Hook:

    Reporter #1: So the rifle was the primary weapon?
    H. Wayne Carver: Yes.
    Reporter #1: [Inaudible]
    Carver: Uh (pause). Question was what caliber were these bullets. And I know—I probably know more about firearms than most pathologists but if I say it in court they yell at me and don’t make me answer [sic]—so [nervous laughter]. I’ll let the police do that for you.
    Reporter #2: Doctor can you tell us about the nature of the wounds. Were they at very close range? Were the children shot at from across the room?
    Carver: Uhm, I only did seven of the autopsies. The victims I had ranged from three to eleven wounds apiece and I only saw two of them with close range
    shooting. Uh, but that’s, uh y’know, a sample. Uh, I really don’t have detailed information on the rest of the injuries.
    [Given that Carver is Connecticut’s top coroner and in charge of the entire postmortem this is a startling admission.-JT]
    Reporter #3: But you said that the long rifle was used?
    Carver: Yes.
    Reporter #3: But the long rifle was discovered in the car.
    State Police Lieutenant Vance: That’s not correct, sir.
    Unidentified reporter #4: How many bullets or bullet fragments did you find in the autopsy. Can you tell us that?
    Carver: Oh. I’m lucky I can tell you how many I found. I don’t know. There were lots of them, OK? This type of weapon is not, uh … the bullets are designed in such a fashion that the energy—this is very clinical. I shouldn’t be saying this. But the energy is deposited in the tissue so the bullet stays in [the tissue].
    [In fact, the Bushmaster .223 Connecticut police finally claimed was used in the shooting is designed for long range field use and utilizes high velocity bullets averaging 3,000 feet-per-second, the energy of which even at considerable distance would penetrate several bodies before finally coming to rest in tissue.]
    Reporter #5: How close were the injuries?
    Carver: Uh, all the ones (pause). I believe say, yes [sic].
    Reporter #6: In what shape were the bodies when the families were brought to check [inaudible].
    Carver: Uh, we did not bring the bodies and the families into contact. We took pictures of them, uhm, of their facial features. We have, uh, uh—it’s easier on the families when you do that. Un, there is, uh, a time and place for the up close and personal in the grieving process, but to accomplish this we thought it would be best to do it this way and, uh, you can sort of, uh … You can control a situation depending on the photographer, and I have very good photographers. Uh, but uh—
    Reporter #7: Do you know the difference of the time of death between the mother in the house and the bodies recovered [in the school].
    Carver: Uh, no, I don’t. Sorry [shakes head excitedly] I don’t! [embarrassed laugh]
    Reporter #8: Did the gunman kill himself with the rifle?
    Carver: No. I—I don’t know yet. I’ll-I’ll examine him tomorrow morning. But, but I don’t think so.
    [Why has Carver left arguably the most important specimen for last? And why doesn’t he think Lanza didn’t commit suicide with the rifle?]
    Reporter #9: In terms of the children, were they all found in one classroom or—
    Carver: Uhm … [inaudible] [Turns to Lieutenant Vance] Paul and company will deal with that.
    Reporter #9: What?
    Carver: Paul and company will deal with that. Lieutenant Vance is going to handle that one.
    Reporter #10: Was there any evidence of a struggle? Any bruises?
    Carver: No.
    Reporter #11: The nature of the shooting; is there any sense that there was a lot of care taken with precision [inaudible] or randomly?
    Carver: [Exhales while glancing upward, as if frustrated] Both. It’s a very difficult question to answer … You’d think after thousands of people I’ve seen shot but I … It’s … If I attempted to answer it in court there’d be an objection and then they’d win—[nervous laughter].
    [Who would win? Why does an expert whose routine job as a public employee is to provide impartial medical opinion concerned with winning and losing in court? Further, Carver is not in court but rather at a press conference.]
    Reporter #12: Doctor, can you discuss the fatal injuries to the adults?
    Carver: Ah, they were similar to those of the children.
    Reporter #13: Doctor, the children you had autopsied, where in the bodies were they hit?
    Carver: Uhm [pause]. All over. All over.
    Reporter #14: Were [the students] sitting at their desks or were they running away when this happened?
    Carver: I’ll let the guys who—the scene guys talk—address that issue. I, uh, obviously I was at the scene. Obviously I’m very experienced in that. But there are people who are, uh, the number one professionals in that. I’ll let them—let that [voice trails off].
    Reporter [#15]: How many boys and how many girls [were killed]?
    Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Inconsistencies and anomalies abound when one turns an analytical eye to news of the Newtown school massacre. The public’s general acceptance of the event’s validity and faith in its resolution suggests a deepened credulousness borne from a world where almost all news and information is electronically mediated and controlled.
    The condition is reinforced through the corporate media’s unwillingness to push hard questions vis-à-vis Connecticut and federal authorities who together bottlenecked information while invoking prior restraint through threats of prosecutorial action against journalists and the broader citizenry seeking to interpret the event on social media.
    Along these lines on December 19 the Connecticut State Police assigned individual personnel to each of the 26 families who lost a loved one at Sandy Hook Elementary. “The families have requested no press interviews,” State Police assert on their behalf, “and we are asking that this request be honored.[1]
    The de facto gag order will be in effect until the investigation concludes—now forecast to be “several months away” even though lone gunman Adam Lanza has been confirmed as the sole culprit.[2]

    In addition to Carver’s remarks several additional chronological and evidentiary contradictions in the official version of the Sandy Hook shooting are cause for serious consideration and leave doubt in terms of how the event transpired vis-à-vis the way authorities and major media outlets have presented it.
    Regardless of where one stands on the Second Amendment and gun control, it is not unreasonable to suggest the Obama administration complicity or direct oversight of an incident that has in very short order sparked a national debate on the very topic—and not coincidentally remains a key piece of Obama’s political platform.

    The move to railroad this program through with the aid of major media and an irrefutable barrage of children’s portraits, “heartfelt” platitudes and ostensible tears neutralizes a quest for genuine evidence, reasoned observation and in the case of Newtown honest and responsible law enforcement. Moreover, to suggest that Obama is not capable of deploying such techniques to achieve political ends is to similarly place ones faith in image and interpretation above substance and established fact, the exact inclination that in sum has brought America to such an impasse.~James F. Tracy

    Reporter [#15]: How many boys and how many girls [were killed]?
    Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.
    Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.
    Carver: [Slowly shaking his head] I don’t know.



  5. “I am a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist. I did my psychiatric residency at Lincoln Hospital and, along with my child psychology residency, also at St. Luke’s Hospital of Columbia University.

    I have worked with Autistic people of all ages, the Asberger’s Syndrome people, Schizophrenic people, BiPolar people, Multiple Personality Disorder people, OCD, ADD, ADHD, and pretty much every other type of labeled person in my 42+ year career since graduating from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City.

    And I have never written a prescription for a psychiatric drug. Or any other type of drug, for that matter.”~Rima E. Laibow, MD


  6. He was wiping his hands vigorously with a rag soaked in gasoline, washing off the grease from the engine he had been working on.

    “Oh I get it” my stepfather said through his teeth and cigarette, the smoke curling up his cheek to a squinting right eye, “you’re the only sane one and everybody else is crazy. Right?”

    I sort of stood back in my mind…I couldn’t even remember what I had just said to give him that impression. But yes, he was right, that is what I thought in a certain sense. But not “everybody”…no, but most people, and certainly he. I didn’t reply. Having heard it put so bluntly shocked me into sudden deep contemplation.

    I was twelve or thirteen at the time. We didn’t talk much, Ernie my stepfather and I. This had been one of the rare occasions when he asked me about myself, my thoughts and such. Usually he spoke to me only to give orders or to reprimand. He never forgave me for my mother having slept with another man before they had met. By this time in my life our relationship was mutually cold, although I was rarely openly hostile to him.

    My mothers car pulled into the driveway as we looked on from the doorway to the garage. She had come back from the grocery market. I ran up to the car and opened the trunk of the 58 Chevy Bel Air. I trundled up as many bags as I could carry and went to the house with them. My mind was still on what Ernie had said…I would think on it for a long time, I think upon it still.


  7. The 1993 WTC bombing was created by the FBI
    Published: October 28, 1993

    Law-enforcement officials were told that terrorists were building a bomb that was eventually used to blow up the World Trade Center, and they planned to thwart the plotters by secretly substituting harmless powder for the explosives, an informer said after the blast.

    The informer was to have helped the plotters build the bomb and supply the fake powder, but the plan was called off by an F.B.I. supervisor who had other ideas about how the informer, Emad A. Salem, should be used, the informer said.

    The account, which is given in the transcript of hundreds of hours of tape recordings Mr. Salem secretly made of his talks with law-enforcement agents.


  8. “Predictably, the political left responded to the tragedy with emotional calls for increased gun control. This is understandable, but misguided,” Paul said after the massacre. “The impulse to have government ‘do something’ to protect us in the wake of national tragedies is reflexive and often well intentioned. Many Americans believe that if we simply pass the right laws, future horrors like the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting can be prevented. But this impulse ignores the self evident truth that criminals don’t obey laws. The political right, unfortunately, has fallen into the same trap in its calls for quick legislative solutions to gun violence. If only we put armed police or armed teachers in schools, we’re told, would-be school shooters would be dissuaded or stopped. While I certainly agree that more guns equals less crime and that private gun ownership prevents many shootings. I don’t agree that conservatives and libertarians should view government legislation, especially at the federal level, as the solution to violence.”
    Furthermore, do we really want to live in a world of police checkpoints, surveillance cameras, metal detectors, X-ray scanners, and warrantless physical searches? We see this culture in our airports: witness the shabby spectacle of once proud, happy Americans shuffling through long lines while uniformed TSA agents bark orders. This is the world of government provided “security,” a world far too many Americans now seem to accept or even endorse. School shootings, no matter how horrific, do not justify creating an Orwellian surveillance state in America.”~Ron Paul



    Despite the hypocrisy of the author in his day…this document does convey some of the deepest political truths to be penned.


    And anyone that doesn’t get the context in which this is meant is a fool or a despot.


    These rights may not and cannot be disparaged in any way whatsoever.
    They cannot be taken, they cannot be given away.

    Liberty is not an INVENTION of Revolution;
    Liberty is the DISCOVERY of enlightened Reason.

    And just remember this; Naïveté is not innocence. It is gross Ignorance.

    Let’s speak of dust and roses, but let us forgo talk of “amendments” to a dead constitution that is now held up by a illegitimate cabal as the font of their “authority”.

    The Rights within those amendments predate that document, are eternal and applicable to all. The Second may be used as shorthand for the right to hold and bear arms, but it has been disparaged for too many generations to be confused as to what we speak of.

    Let all now grasp and admit to our deepest selves, that government is a racket.

    “Come out from among them”~JC

    And furthermore:

    Any who would be free must seek clarity through seeking forgiveness for the genocide of the original peoples of Turtle Island.

    I have heard the apologia of those who protest, “but I was not there, I was born long after all of that”. This is misunderstanding seeped in deep ignorance, there can be no justice in a stolen land. Admitting these wrongs, confessing that they are recognized for what they are, these are the only legs to walk beyond them, or they will follow and haunt you.

    The same can be said for those who will not admit the personal ownership of the heritage of slavery in this land. They benefit from that stolen toil to this day, as is said; one thing builds upon another. How can one make amends?
    Confession that you recognize the truth in these words.

    The society and culture is very sick. Again your are beseeched: “Come out from among them.”

    Let me also say to those stooges who would apologize for this system, who find it in their own “self interest” to uphold it. Those who defend this so-called, ‘PAX AMERICANA’.

    You are fools. There is no independent ‘PAX AMERICANA’; The US is nothing but the garrison state for the NEW WORLD ORDER. They let the infrastructure crumble beneath your feet, and while stumbling through these ruins, you attempt to right yourself by clinging to delusions.

    You are liable for rupture in this police state just like any other. Your allegiance will not save you, this system eats it’s own, and the useful idiots are the most vulnerable of all, because they are clueless to their vulnerability.

    It is your choice as are all things, wake up now or die stupid.

    “Come out from among them.”



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  11. I don’t want to believe this shit__but even the snow is right out of the Twilight Zone..
    I was just out watching it fall. It’s not flakes floating down, it is drops of slush falling fast like rain. EVERYTHING seems to have gone woowoo. It is too weird for comfort.
    ~ww – 12/28/2012

    I just went outside to watch the “snow” falling again. It is foggy and it’s ‘snowing’…hmmm?

    This stuff is falling fast like rain, rather than floating like snowflakes

    I took a broom and held it out and caught this ‘snow’ on the straw whisk.
    I had my close up glasses with me and looked at this stuff in the light in the stairwell while it was fresh.

    Weird stuff. Some of it was like miniature snowballs, some looked like very thin chips of glass with white fibers embedded in it. They had no pattern, but were like a tangle of white fibers…{??}

    Now I have seen snowflakes before. These were NOT snowflakes. It is something I have never seen before. – 12/28/2012 at 10:30 PM



    9 years….only 9 years? It seems another lifetime… This is the anniversary of that day when the PsychoSlut stood in the doorway of my studio in the Deer Lake Estates and said to me, “Willy, I don’t think things are going to work out between us.” – December 29, 2003

    So much has changed since then. One thing for certain, I am glad to be free of that ever complaining bitch and all her phony plastic ways. I wonder how those big rubber tits are holding up…Lol


  13. So I point out it is dangerous to speak out against a draconian state. It is practical and rational. What is not practical is to react in fear. That is an emotional reaction and not rational. As hysteria can be an explosion of tightly packed suppressed fears, it is essential that these be addressed rationally prior to crisis.

    What is to fear? Death? Pain?

    We all die at some point at any rate. We shall all experience pain in our lives.

    Worse than those two is delusion, for it is a type of death that the walking dead experience, a twilight world of hazy being, no matter how excited their emotions half of their facilities are effectively shut down. The simple confusions this will produce in daily life are hidden in the subconscious of the hive-mind widget, and remain their as a collection of on the shelf off brand fears with no labels.

    These generic fears are the ones that explode into hysteria in real crisis. The TVZombies being plunged suddenly into the actual world that they never knew – consciously – existed.

    Again, all of this becomes obvious in hindsight, as such historical analysis such as ‘They Thought They Were Free’, a collection of interviews with common Germans who were in the Nazi Party, collected post WWII.

    But as Santayana warned, “Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are doomed to relive them.” and later noted by Hegel that, “The majority of people never learn the lessons of history”.

    It is perhaps ironic that it is Hegel’s own dialectic which promotes even more synthetic ignorance among the general public who are manipulated by technocratic perception manipulations.

    I don’t have any general answers to the present cultural dilemma, I can only frame the problem as best I can. The answers are always personal, dependent on the comprehension one can draw from such a frame. This is all addressed therefore to those who are aware enough to understand it. As it is said, one can lead a horse to water, but cannot make it drink.

    November 6, 2012 ~ \\][//

  14. Journal of 9/11 Studies Letters, November 2012
    The Pentagon Attack in Context: a Reply to John Wyndham
    By Tod Fletcher and Timothy E. Eastman

    After evaluation of the Pentagon events, we conclude that Wyndham’s paper has several flaws that undermine his argument and conclusions, which we discuss in detail below.
    Negating his own professed standard, Wyndham fails to consider evidence that conflicts with or undermines the plausibility of his own theory. His paper therefore appears to suffer from “advocacy-based thinking,” in which his theory is promoted without objective consideration of the full range of relevant evidence.


  15. “We found only background levels of alpha radionuclide activity by liquid scintillation counter analysis of all three samples. Beta activity was slightly elevated, but not more than twice the background level. There were no levels of gamma activity > 1 Bq/g except for naturally occurring potassium-40.”
    ~Lioy – WTC Dust Study

    Not only is there zero proof of a nuclear device, there is proof there was NO nuclear device. Therefore, any arguments that nuclear is the only possible answer to any anomaly to do with WTC 9/11 are nonsense…all such arguments are non Sequitur, as they have no base to arise from.


  16. HAPPY EASTER 2013.




    I just wanted to say I have always been more concerned with the cops than the robbers. I’d rather see the cops disappear than the robbers.
    I can take care of robbers myself. It’s “against the law” to ‘take care’ of the cops. Government is a racket. A racket with the monopoly on force and the use of violence.

    It is the most dangerous concept there has ever been.

    And it is utter bullshit…a con job run by psychos.


    • “Why has government been instituted at all? Because the passions of man will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice without constraint.” ~Alexander Hamilton

      Hamilton was an agent of the Central Bankers of Europe. It was he who brought the powerful central government for a powerful central bank to the US. Hamilton was a traitor to the principles of Liberty, and to the American Revolution.

  17. “I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: Oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.”

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