Friday, October 28, 2016

The science of fear and the racket of war comes of age...

The science of fear and the racket of war comes of age...
"The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic" -John F. Kennedy

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"War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small 'inside' group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes." - Smedley D. Butler.

 Without a doubt, money is the primary motivation for war, and it is fear that greases the wheels of that machine. An ideology is secondary to profit since World War 2, and the average solder has little or no understanding for the true reason of his participation, and that is the ultimate betrayal to our military men of honor. The mindset of constant war is so cleverly promoted, most think the idea they hold is an original thought. It is indeed a science, and that science has come of age. And while we wave our flags, and risk our lives all around the world, a few men are getting very rich. Men who make profit on destruction and reconstruction, in an institution called the military industrial complex.

The study of fear as an acquirable motivating drive goes back to antiquity. In 1948, the science of fear took on a life all its own, and men like B.F. Skinner, Sigmund Freud, and Neal E. Miller explored the possibility of manipulating fear in the minds of men to motivate an agenda. The paragraph below came from a study by Neal E. Miller. It was called: “Fear as motivation and fear-reduction as reinforcement in the learning of new responses.” Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol 38(1), Feb 1948, 89-101.

“Albino rats were trained to go from a white compartment through an open door into a black compartment in order to escape from electric shock. "To demonstrate that an acquired drive (fear or anxiety) had been established, the animals were taught a new habit without further shocks. The door (previously always open) was closed. The only way that the door could be opened was by rotating a little wheel, which was above the door, a fraction of a turn. Under these conditions, the animals exhibited trial-and-error behavior and gradually learned to escape from the white compartment by rotating the wheel. If conditions were changed so that only pressing a bar would open the door, wheel turning extinguished, and a second new habit (bar pressing) was learned. Control experiments demonstrated that the learning of the new habits was dependent upon having received moderately strong electric shocks during the first stages of training."

Do you see a bit of your own life reflected in this description? Seems simple enough to understand, a response to stimuli; but just fifty years later the study of this so called “fear-factor” had grown into a fine art, a new expanded science using its own set of terminology, and here is an excerpt:
From normal fear to pathological anxiety. Rosen, Jeffrey B.; Schulkin, Jay. Psychological Review, Vol 105(2), Apr 1998, 325-350.

“In this article the authors address how pathological anxiety may develop from adaptive fear states. Fear responses (e.g., freezing, startle, heart rate and blood pressure changes, and increased vigilance) are functionally adaptive behavioral and perceptual responses elicited during danger to facilitate appropriate defensive responses that can reduce danger or injury (e.g., escape and avoidance). Fear is a central motive state of action tendencies subserved by fear circuits, with the amygdala playing a central role. Pathological anxiety is conceptualized as an exaggerated fear state in which hyperexcitability of fear circuits that include the amygdala and extended amygdala (i.e., bed nucleus of the strict terminalis) is expressed as hypervigilance and increased behavioral responsivity to fearful stimuli. Reduced thresholds for activation and hyperexcitability in fear circuits develop through sensitization- or kindling-like processes that involve neuropeptides, hormones, and other proteins. Hyperexcitability in fear circuits is expressed as pathological anxiety that is manifested in the various anxiety disorders.”

Seems that terminology has separated men from the understanding of a science that has grown so powerful... A science that controls and dominates us from cradle to grave... A science that is still expanding, with another twenty years of fine tuning under its belt...

Motivations we must all face to find solace in our lives, are now being used against us... If we are going to win this war being waged for our very minds, we must educate ourselves...
Motivations are not the same... 

There are many kinds of motivations that can propel us to action. All of them, in one form or another, can drive us to work hard, to learn, and to try new things... but not all motivations are for our common good, nor do they all inspire us in a positive way. Those who want to control us, and manipulate our actions, know this very well...

One motivation is called incentive. It is a very common motivation that involves rewards, and on many diverse levels in our lives. It refers, in most all cases, to some form of goal, or a target to work for, like a business promotion, or a bonus for a monthly sales goal... or a simple inspiration by a good job performance, or pride in a job well done. It is, for the most part, a benign form of motivation, and it originates inside as a dream or as plans stimulated by our own volition, and extends outward into the world with the hope to manifest itself into a positive future reality. It is this reality that drew people to America, and the motivation of what we once knew to be the American Dream.

Another motivation is called Achievement. It starts with the desire to be more competent in some way. One may attempt to become more educated, more sensitive and appreciative to art, to find-tune a talent (like piano), or a physical accomplishment (like running a marathon, or lifting weights.) Sometimes the motivation comes from the hope of some future recognition, positive feedback from a peer or a superior perhaps. Again, this motivation originates inside and attempts to manifest itself outwardly. This feedback may be as simple as a pat on the back for a job well done, financial gain, and most rarely... for just the joy of the doing.

Growth is the overt need for self-improvement, and exists from birth to death in one form or another. It is a burning desire, most time singular in nature, where learning and experience comes together to produce growth and ability. Most time a specific type of personality, thought to be hardwired from very early development, pushes to change us internally, like quitting smoking or to speak in front of a large audience. In its very nature it moves from internal to external, as we attempt to manipulate environment, with a new invention... or just hard work. Without this motivation, surely we would still be living in a cave...

The motivation of power usually takes an alpha form, where control of ourselves, others, and our environment is emphatically desired. Most often, along with the need to control environment, a need to control others by some form manipulation might give one the ability, to a degree, to manipulate the future. Sometimes, the need for this power is so great, they will aspire to do just about anything to accomplish it. Considerations, both moral and ethical, push aside all possible consequence... but also... it may be illegal. But this kind of motivation considers itself above all law as it moves to accomplish its task.... and if it prescribes to any moral compass at all, it will be designed by them... the code of a thief, or a mafia manifesto, and all of it can be suspended if need be. Rules are not designed to be moral, but to be used for the purpose of success...

Social motivation is a desire to belong, to be accepted into the fold of a particular peer group, such as a political party, a religion, or a race or creed. This is again internal, innate at times but mostly taught, and always with the need for acceptance and affiliation. So strong are these social motivations, that questioning the validity or value of it is very difficult if not impossible, as most believe that what they are experiencing, their reality, is ultimate truth. Most all positive contributions in our society come from those who are socially motivated, and good and bad, right and wrong, positive or negative outcomes manifest entirely by the method by which it is used... which brings us to the final, most destructive form of motivation... FEAR.

The motivation of fear involves consequences, and most often is manifest after the failure of an incentive form of motivation. This is important to note. To be clear, for instance, in a business style of motivation where one refers to the, “carrot and stick,” incentive is the carrot, and fear is the stick.
Punishment, or the possibility of a negative consequences, is a primary form of fear motivation, and this is used widely today, from advertising, politics, religion, to many forms of propaganda from news to current event fabrication... and all of it with an agenda for action. As most all "fear motivation" is instilled, failure to achieve, guilt in may forms, the breaking of rules, and even social taboos inspire fear and in some way... a form of penalty. To find Liberty, to actually see truth, an understanding of fear is primary.


Author's note: Finding your master is easy. Look to what, or who, you can not talk about. It will be found in the folds of social constraint, taboo, and well hidden in the doubts of your own inspiration. The hardest of all avenues to traverse is the concept of truth, where lies are intentional and reality manipulated from a forgotten or rewritten history. And yet, nothing has more intrinsic value for the health of a lucid mind, as truth is the illumination of sanity, and the bane of evil intent. Truth guards us from the claws of fear. with heavy hearts unburdened, and transforms our conscious minds with an ability to formulate a decision based on righteous principles. When truth is relinquished, fear becomes a cancer to each and every act, and propels us to sit on the precipice of confusion, and without knowing why, as no viable decision can be made. This is the mind of a slave, and the greatest of all tragedy in our humanity... slavery of the spirit. A tragedy that can only be stifled by a singular ideal, the need to find truth.

War is wrought by mighty men. Men who justify the blood of innocence for their own selfish concerns. It is, to a pragmatic mind, pure genius in both depth and scope. It destroys dreams, and innocent lives are extinguished to white ash. The cost of that endeavor is paid in full, with 20 trillion in debt... a debt that can never be paid, and inherited by our children. A debt that has doubled in just eight years...And yet, as new money is printed out of thin air, new loans are issued to rebuild. And the hidden tax of inflation enslaves us all... forever. Until of course, when we foreclose.

I know this... a singular concept that is my redemption in a world of evil men: that any religion who promotes the killing of another, is suspect. And as I do not pretend to know the mind of God, as so many others exclaim to be inspired... no Loving God-Creator of my comprehension would sanction it under any circumstance... and so it must be man-made, war, inspired by men, and not from the mind of God... and so I propose to you that we are not obliged, in any way or fashion, to obey. And yes, there are things worthy to sacrifice our lives, and I count Liberty from Tyranny as a primary one...
I would die to regain Liberty, but never for international corporate profit, or central banking manipulations of our precious America.

A universal law, called cause and effect, seems to be scientifically valid and sound, as what we sow we will reap... and yet, the same bullies, the same universal money-hungry malcontents, the same malevolent shadow manipulators, seem so surprised when there is a reaction that attempts to curb their agenda. There is so much ego wrapped into their masterful deign, that they expect us all to die for them. I say, no thank you just the same... Do not, sir, tread on me. Give me Liberty, or give me your death. Yes, your death, as just one candle of truth in the great voids you create, will curse you. And we will hand this candle, the light of liberty and truth, for our children to cherish, because you are forever cursed to a darkness of your own design... We the people of the United States of America do not belong to you.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Can we take back America without destroying her?

Can we take back America without destroying her?

American slavery of the spirit

To take back America from an international oligarchy will not be easy. It will take a collective unity never seen before in America, and a savvy understanding of how the system works as well.

In the past, most Americans took their standing orders from a Government that stood over them with a power unchallenged, going mostly without question to war, suffering quietly through designed economic fluctuations, as we are weakened by systematic and systemically orchestrated breakdown of family by the disintegration of moral and ethical value, scientifically instilled by television and Hollywood. This has ushered in a new characterization of individual responsibility, entitlement, and slavery in many forms. To take back our government, one who takes its standing orders from us collectively by our Constitution has not yet been formulated by we the people, and never will. Without a leader of honor, a leader that holds a standard of truth, we will never be up to that task... we the people need a viable leader.

If a person opposes the government by force, no matter what the principle, he could spend the rest of his life in Leavenworth, or be forced to flee the country. Any plot to violence is considered traitorous. To a true patriot, these options might seem unacceptable, as he would indeed die for the ideals this country was founded upon. From the onset, however, and emphatically so, violence is not advocated in any way by this author as a solution. And yet it should be recognized that to oppose an oligarchy effectively might be a dangerous proposition on many fronts.  One could actually be deleted from existence... That power is real, and held in the hands of men who care for nothing but their own self interests.

Oligarchy power will do anything to remain so, and that most Americans are not up to the challenge to thwart them seems most evident. You see, rule of law and the voting booth are both tools and weapons, forged by intellect, free will, and yet our individual level of ability shows the task to be virtually impossible. Even after all we have been through as a nation, we continue to vote for men who were part of an elitist structure, and chosen by them. Voting, I am so sorry to say, has been little more but an illusion since the death of JFK. Look at what JFK was working on before his death, and you will see the reason...

In turn, our Oligarchical, shadow-government, takes its standing orders from international bankers, coordinated and orchestrated by the Federal Reserve. There is also a convergent network of conglomerate international businesses, and both have unlimited resources. Resources that can be used beyond the imagination to make their agendas reality, or to remain in power. They will use taboo, religious intolerance and interpretation, domestic and international false-flag operation, bogus information and contrived realism, and all without definable rules based on any code of law or moral value. They have the ability, by the use of media and press, to actually change and manipulate social norms for their purpose, by well developed physiological sciences that have come of age.

Our legal systems and Constitution are bypassed and controlled by these international entities, and are no longer accountable ether to the American taxpayer or to what is left of the United States Government and its Republic based on Constitutional Law. They remain well hidden inside of dark partitions, clouded by our own uneducated and inept ignorance, unreasoned fears, with both lethargic and convoluted states of mind and spirit, and an overpowered mindset instilled by sustained subliminal messages that has incorporated us to be both consensual and conventional sheep. It is slavery. Our ability to think collectively has been destroyed by a manufactured abyss, separating and dividing us as a nation. We want change, but we have nothing to change into, nothing any better to displace the status quo, status quo ante bellum. And, have no doubt, we Americans are in a state of war, and from every direction. To take this country back can mean but one thing, the return to our Constitution, and God-given civil rights, and that is America's manifest destiny. 

Overpowered? A Cloward and Piven, Machiavellian plan for Marxism seems evident, as it was taught to Obama at Columbia. It is a well documented diagram to turn the United States into a socialist state by overwhelming the system, and it is working. It is the beginning of Communism, totalitarian in dimension well masked by the induced fear, and the suppressed intellect of a populous educated by domineering government intervention. 

Cap and trade and new taxes on the rich are the redistribution of returns, universal health care and the unionization of millions of health-care workers coerce, manage, and cement 30 million voters to our new Socialistic State, under the thumb of big government. Making Puerto Rico the 51st state and the legalization of 12 million illegal aliens would increase entitlements and welfare over the top, as they too will be guided to the progressive fold. Disintegration would occur when the efforts of the working class no longer have a viable rate return for the effort, and motivation dies. 

The Patriot Act and the disregard for rights and liberties our forefathers died to protect is now standard fare. Stimulus and bailouts with unsecured monies printed by the Federal Reserve and flooded into a system without accountability dilutes our total worth to inflation, and we pay interest to them for the privilege. Those who see through this social manipulation are indeed dangerous to these usurpers, and can be counted in the growing ranks of American Patriots.

An oil moratorium with a George Soros/Petrobras insider-trading connection with Brazil, and the billions borrowed from China to build a deep water infrastructure there, goes unreported but for the very fringe of journalism. And as we get deeper and deeper into Government growth and their control over our lives, US sovereignty is sacrificed, and our Constitutional rights are shredded increment by increment into a controlled New World Order designed by them. We protect our sovereignty by protecting our borders from intrusion, and the reason Progressives are so opposed.

Taboo memories 

A frozen press of silence indicates we no longer have a free press, as billions in bearer bonds are found in the false bottom of a suitcase on its way to Switzerland with two Oriental carriers not detained and unreported shows the true scope of our lack of truth in media. An independent 9-11 report is stymied, while patriotic Tea Party Constitutionals are blasphemed, slandered and singled out by the IRS. Catholics and Evangelicals were considered potential terrorists, and yet so easily forgive and forget. What have we become?

A desperate optimist might contend that if we do not stand fast now, we will indeed be at a point of no return. Some history analysts challenge that the point was reached in the middle seventies, some since before the last depression, and others that it was an illusion as far back as 1776. 

One primary American trait of lasting strength is American optimism, translated by our work ethics, and though this cannot be easily quelled, taking back America, even just dwelling on the idea, seems ultimately a lost cause in our present circumstances. Most historical realists would say that the primary obstruction for taking back America by the people would be a lack of sound and reliable leadership, with a plan of action worthy of the effort. Is it possible we have that man in our final hour? Will we be allowed to elect a President not hand picked by them...? I say no. They will attempt to bend both heaven and earth to thwart that.

Author's note, a reiteration:

To say that our system of government is an illusion is frightful to consider, but it is true. To say that our Constitution and Bill of Rights are but an illusion fills us all with loathing, but that is indeed true, and our reality. To say that we no longer have a Republic based on Constitutional Law, and that it has been replaced by an International Oligarchy, seems to borderline on insanity, but that is also true. To say that this election is our last hope, and that only Trump can save us, seems ludicrous, but this writer can see no other alternative, and no other option. When Trump says he will "drain the swamp" if he is elected, all I have mentioned above, and much more, will be laid on the table. 

America is just waking up, and though they sense something is wrong, they do not know yet the depth of their predicament.  In their trusting stupor, our country has been taken over, and tightly bound to stay hidden from view. Cut that cord and you will come face to face with a most formidable enemy with roots of biblical proportions. Trump knows not only the game, but how it is played, and there are no rules. He knows first hand the institutions, corporations, and singular manipulators that enslaves us all, and there are no morals, no ethics holding it in check... No value, no truth, no moral Christian compass... 

Know this. If Trump gets elected, we as a people will have to roll up our selves, and help him in any way we can. It will be a war like nothing we have ever encountered before, with scientifically and surgically designed propaganda orchestrated by information that has been gathered on each and every one of us for decades, and collectively fed into a computer with the ability to orchestrate and manipulate us out of the equation, and yes, even out of existence. 

To take this country back will not be easy, and we will truly have to hold the same standard our forefathers had to both unite and prevail: "Give me Liberty or give me death." 

Americans, and the world, are walking blindly into an abyss of vast proportions, and we face an enemy who knows our collective minds better than we know ourselves. An enemy who would rather us burn to black embers then to release their hold. They have infiltrated into every fold, every grain, every nook and cranny with unlimited finances that can buy even a soulless army to lay siege on us, and from the inside out. Yes, sounds like a Cliche. but they would indeed stop at nothing. They want it all, the earth, and our very souls as well.

They are of a higher intelligence, with state of the art computers that can manipulate the future, suggesting alternate scenarios that can blindside us from every direction. Our only hope is to have a savvy leader who can navigate and negotiate us out of our chains.  Donald Trump, seems to be our only hope in this generation, and yet there are those among us who will vote with the hope of acquiring a new phone, or "free" tuition. We will find out in less than two weeks if we have enough Patriots left to get him elected. It will be, without a singular doubt, a quest to make America great again, with or without the approval of our masters, and the movement, the Liberty movement, will not die. 

And one more profound idea to consider... Do you fight an enemy without rules of engagement with Love and respect? Look at the history of our last century, filled with death and destruction, and realize first hand who profited? That, sir, is the face of our enemy.  If we went after them, there would be no need to kill each other, as indeed, all wars are bankers wars.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Catholics and Evangelicals are waking up

Catholics and Evangelicals are waking up

Catholics and Evangelicals are again under attack by the secular Progressive media. New WikiLeaks email show clearly the efforts formulated to undermine Christian faith by infiltration and permeation. This is of grave concern for Christians, who are under fire all around the world. There are many letters circulating that are addressing this matter, and this letter from the archdiocese of Pittsburgh says it eloquently...

I have included, just after, a letter sent from Trump to Catholics, and I urge all people of faith to read it.

My dear family of the Church of Pittsburgh,

There is an important matter that falls under my responsibilities as bishop which has taken front and center stage – the upcoming elections. One of the things I treasure most about you, the faithful of the Church of Pittsburgh, is the open way in which you offer suggestions to me and make requests of me. Sometimes those requests conflict. The election issue is one such example. Some of you have asked me to speak out publicly about the presidential candidates. That I can not do. The important document written by the Bishops of our country entitled Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship: A Call to Political Responsibility from the Catholic Bishops of the United States (available at underscores the important point that the Church cannot, I repeat, cannot tell people for whom they must vote. However, the document is very clear about highlighting two things about our voting privilege: (1) the right that we have to vote as American citizens is precious. (2) the obligation that we have to bring our faith to our voting is sacred.

As we approach the coming elections, I implore you to consider both: your right to vote; and your obligation to bring your faith to the voting booth.

To assist you in both might I suggest four important steps. (1) Familiarize yourself with the issues of the campaign; (2) Learn what the teachings of the Catholic Church are regarding those issues; (3) reflect on both in a spirit of prayer, and (4) Vote.

To assist you in understanding what the teachings of the Church are regarding the various campaign issues, I would recommend that you consult with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults or the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church. Moreover, you might also want to secure a copy of Faithful Citizenship. Since the presidential election of 1976 and every four years, we the Bishops have offered updated versions of this important document to assist voters as they exercise their voting rights coupled with the responsibility of an understanding of the issues from the perspective of faith.

Now there is a second issue which I need to address with you as well. Over the course of the last several weeks, several people who are recognized as Catholic leaders in our diocese have espoused a public rationale for why they personally are choosing to vote for a particular candidate for the presidency. These reflections have appeared in either local newspapers or in national periodicals. A number of you have raised questions with me about their statements.

Over the course of the past week especially, I have reflected long and hard about how I might be able to respond to the many questions that you have placed on my desk about such statements.

I wish to clarify the confusion that has been caused by these public statements with the hope that any division that has been caused by such remarks and worse any scandal that may have resulted from such comments is addressed. It is important to say once again that no one has a right to tell anyone how to vote. Moreover those who have offered their personal interpretation of the Church’s teaching do not speak for the Church and in some part do not reflect the teaching of the Church.

While Faithful Citizenship speaks about the moral choice which we each must make when we enter the voting booth, the manner in which we vote must weigh all the issues with a clear reflection on the teachings of the Church. The primary theme of Faithful Citizenship is the right to life and the dignity of every human person. As the United States Bishops made clear, this is the foundation of a moral vision for society. We cannot dismiss this foundational principle as secondary in our thinking. As the bishops insist, we cannot consider abortion or euthanasia as merely two issues among many to be weighed or dismissed with a shrug. Nor can we exclude other issues that also are pro-life: concerns about the poor and immigrants, concerns about peace and war, concerns about bigotry and prejudice, concerns about capital punishment, and other social justice issues.

Having offered these few thoughts on the upcoming electoral process, it is my sincere hope that I have clarified some of the questions which you have raised, especially in light of some well-known Catholics who advocate for your vote for a particular candidate from their own personal perspective.

As we are prepare for this year’s elections, remember to know the issues, know the Church’s teachings, pray about both and vote. To do so as a woman or a man of faith highlights the right we have as American citizens and the responsibility we have as members of the Church.

Grateful for our belief that “Nothing is Impossible with God,” I am
Your brother in Christ,

Most Reverend David A. Zubik
Bishop of Pittsburgh

Author's note:

Here is the letter that Trump sent Catholics dated October 1, 2016.

 So called Catholics are trying to undermine the faith to vote for abortion, socialism, and to trust in the system. Here is a letter fighting back.

"Your Church  and your religious freedoms are under an ongoing attack being carried out under the direct control of Barack Obama, a man many of you helped put in office. While you were taking care of yourselves and your families and trusting in the wrong people, your Democrat Party has turned on you and your Church. You must now choose which one to stand with.

There may have been a time long ago when we could be both good Catholics and good Democrats, but that alliance is now a relic of the past.

Holding on to the comfort of uninformed robotic voting followed by a smug sense of having “done your duty as a citizen” is a dangerous mistake. Catholics who have taken refuge in this position are as much enemies of our nation as Catholics who willfully work to undermine our freedoms because in fact, they are achieving the same ends.

The largest potential voting bloc in American politics is the Catholic Vote. Those of us who have watched willfully blind and/or maliciously motivated Catholics erode both our nation and our Church can now no longer merely stand by and complain. Hand-wringing but doing nothing makes us just as guilty as the empty heads and the maliciously motivated in our faith.

Those who pay attention to such things will recall that during Obama’s fake government shutdown, he targeted two of his favorite enemies for special persecution: The Catholic Church and America’s Military.

One of Obama’s targets was Father Ray Leonard, a Catholic Chaplin assigned to Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in Georgia.  Father Leonard was threatened with arrest if he performed mass, administered Catholic Sacraments including Reconciliation and Last Rites, or even entered his church during Obama’s fake government shutdown.  Father Leonard filed a lawsuit to regain his rights and was immediately subjected to retaliation from Obama’s lawyers. They are withholding some of his pay and announced that his legally signed and executed contract is “being reviewed.” His is the only such contract “under review.”

Obama is NOT going to march us out of our homes and shoot us; he is just going to destroy our Church if you and I let him by doing nothing."