While I think he had the MIC in mind when he gave his speech (that Fix linked above), the TBTF banks have since then joined the ranks of the shadow government, and the MSM (WSJ in this instance) ignore, and even defend their fraudulent, thieving activities.
Trump has killed more civilians in 8 months with drone attacks than Obama did in 8 years.
Time to get angry again
I've been mad as hell for a long time. I've been enraged since, well pick a date.
I've bent the ear of congress critters, state legislators, several governors, and grew up with the county officials grandparents and have never convinced a one of them to do anything differently. I refuse to rent the bastards vote with huge campaign bribes.
I'd love to hear if you have any plans to channel your anger in constructive ways. I understand if you choose to be circumspect on a wildly surveilled web hangout such as this.
I consider drone warfare to be mostly terroristic. Doesn't mean much, since I consider all 'murrican military misadventures since WW2 to be mostly terroristic. Remember I'm a retired army officer.
As we try to connect the DOTS, and find the causes and agendas, it's helpful to know the lay of the land, and the Players. In this 30 min video, the author defines a new group of actors, who are according to him, the visible agents of the Shadow Gov - such as heart warming lovables like smilin' Donnie Rumsfeld. He identifies this Group as the CoG, Continuity of Gov (Group). Interesting new theory, seems very plausible;
In this Special Part 1 Presentation of a 4 Episode Series, Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt lays out the keys to understanding two powerful areas driving the intense secrecy in our modern society: The Secret Space Program (SSP) and Continuity of Government (COG) planning. Top Experts and Insiders Drawing on the work of experts like Former Assistant Housing Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts, Oxford Scholar Dr. Joseph Farrell and UC Berkeley Professor Peter Dale Scott, along with interviews with Watergate Attorney Douglas Caddy and the Late Jim Marrs, Dark Journalist outlines how 70 years of Covert Operations relating to COG and the SSP have made Official Institutions unaccountable to the general public.
It makes sense that Alot of people here have addictive personalities. The drive to escape is the same as the drive to know the truth. It's the shadow side of the same drive. Booze, nicotine, pot, etc. ..
I personally think AA is bullshit. Except I acknowledge it helps people with will power. But if a guy can be sober for 20 years and one sip of booze takes u off the wagon, than the problem was never addressed. Was it? But like many things the real solutions ate well hidden and written off as tom foolery. Some addictive patterns can be totally cleared. Some are wry difficult but must be dealt with on an energetic level. The substance maintains an energetic attachment to your energy field and to clear it without force of will, which is difficult, you need Tesla texhnology, vibrational medicine to clear it. No willpower.
I don't think AA is bullshit after attending for 6 months,because the group support is incredibly helpful. To truly quit you need it to come from within, a personal desire to quit. I had that desire to be a father for my son. The 12 step part of the program,,,, well I had enough of that kind of shit when I served in the altar for 10 years. I believe most of my 'addiction' issues were more habitual.
I had probably mentioned this previously, I'm all wet with sun, mercury, venus and rising all in Scorpio, with my moon in Leo. (add some steam)
Now, how abut that guard resurfacing, wonder he has been?
I think AA is bullshit. I am a former alcoholic who has not had a drink in 21 years. To me, AA was a bunch of people feeling so sorry for themselves because they can't drink their faces off. I went to meetings for a week and decided I did not want to hang out with all of those poor, poor victims and made a conscious decision to never drink again. Like I said, 21 years and still going strong.
My brother quit drinking a week before I did and he still goes to AA meetings, and he still feels it a constant struggle to not drink. Well not shit! If I hung out with those people day in and day out, I think I would seriously consider drinking.
I don't care what anyone else does, I could hang out with GL all day while he was sucking back scorpion bowls, and I would not be compelled to take one sip. There is alcohol in my house, so if GL stops by, I can give him a drink.
I am not saying that there are not millions of people in AA who think it is great and that they need it. But, they have not been taught how to deal with addiction. They have been taught to make it through one day without taking a drink.
I remember getting onto an elevator with my Brother when my Dad was in the hospital dying. The door closed and he said to me, "Man, I wish I could drink and I bet you do too." I said, "No Bro, I don't, I just wish Dad hadn't wrecked his body with all that drinking. We wouldn't be here right now." I can only imagine what he spoke about at his next meeting.
If that is what he needs, fine. But GL is right, he has not learned how to truly deal with his addiction and put it behind him. I decided that between my parents' drinking and mine, drinking had controlled my entire life to that point. There was no way in hell I was going to let not drinking control the rest of my life. I am not a recovering alcoholic. I don't drink alcohol, period.
I am unwilling to test GL's theory as to whether or not I could take a drink and not be the drunken slob I was before I quit. I just don't give a shit and I don't feel like I am missing out on anything. I don't care if GL drinks, my problems are not his problems.
There was a sentence in your previous post that I would really like to address here:
"Is it possible that we could attribute it to just a general rise in consciousness?
I do not want to stir the pot but a continual thought still comes forth:
What good is a "rise in consciousness" if our lives are just filled with more anger, frustrations, and seeing the source of our destroyed family and national lives?"
First off Jim, I really like it when you stir the pot, as I'm sure you've noticed, it's one of my favorite pastimes.
Being filled with anger is literally the polar opposite of a rise in consciousness.
Is it possible to be aware of current events, without being engulfed in anger over it?
My answer, is yes, because I actually find a lot of current events rather comical these days.
Now, if you'd like to take into consideration the decidedly undiplomatic, completely politically incorrect, and decidedly lacking in charisma, some of my more impassioned rants are,
believe it or not, they're not coming from a place of anger, but of pure passion, with the objective of leaving no doubt as to exactly how I feel about some things that the main stream finds virtuous, which I find appalling.
The euphemisms that I use to describe authority figures are just that, and when I put my MacBook away for the evening, I really don't think about them very much at all.
Most of my research is into the things that actually matter to me, and quite frankly, those who pretend to be in authority, rarely cross my mind.
Of course, that's always subject to change, for example, if some psychopathic piece of shit pig in a goofy costume with a badge and gun attempts another armed robbery of me, well, I might have to consider this just a bit more.
In the meantime, they are just garbage sitting on the side of the road to me.
I would consider myself somewhat of a work in progress, because, my long-term objective towards "authority figures" for example, is to make them completely irrelevant, since sitting around being angry at them accomplishes less than nothing.
Christ even implied "love your enemies", which I will admit, it is quite a stretch, from where I'm coming from, but how I react to news, and people who pretend that they have authority over me, is entirely up to me, and if I had to define an evolving consciousness, it would be, staying focused on what's important, like my own family, loved ones, and friends.
I do spend a lot of time going on rants about our "demonic overlords", but in a very real sense, it is my attempt at undermining their authority over others. You see, they don't have any authority over anyone, unless people agreed to it, and relinquish their own sovereignty first.
That's why I am often so freaking disagreeable.
If you actually think my birthday would give you any more insights into me, I'll send it to you in a PM.
I've at least figured out why astrology works, but I've never actually applied it in anyway whatsoever.
As for my opinion on Alcoholics Anonymous, it was in the right place, at the right time for me.
Even though I knew in the first week, that I was being told that Alcoholics Anonymous would be a lifetime commitment, I never took that seriously. I had very specific goals, most importantly, just simply being comfortable in my own skin.
Most of my "recovery" came from outside of those rooms, but the people that I met inside of those rooms where the ones that introduced me to what actually worked. Most of them don't ever actually realize the value of "self-help".
For me, staying pickled 24/7 was just a way of coping with some rather serious underlying emotional issues.
I attended meetings for five years, and then decided I had actually achieved what I had set out to achieve.
My last drink was in March 1989, and I don't miss it, not at all. Also, I don't think about it anymore either.
Alcoholics Anonymous has many similarities to religious institutions, whereby some of the "suggestions", are solely to perpetuate Alcoholics Anonymous, and have little to do with keeping its members sober. But I'll give it a pass on that.
It was there when I needed it, and it's still there in case anyone else needs it.
It's what you make of it, most people just take up time and space there. There are however a few occasional exceptions.
Obama killed a sovereign American citizen with a drone.
doesn't work for everyone.
Pits much more complex. Seem people hooked on all kinds of things - like coffee.
A good bourbon is to me what a cookie or ice cream is to others. It's a reward these days. I love that stuf.
Edit: I could drink a half and it wouldn't bother me one snot not having another for a year. Sucks tho cuz with booze you never loose your tolerance like you do with other drugs.
She asked me to go to rehab or get an apartment, so I compromised after speaking with a friend. AA for 3 months or if I flunked rehab. I did AA for six months and had no desire to drink, but quit so I could be a father to our son and hold the family together. I didn't drink for 5 years and never really thought about it. One hot summer day I watched a friend open an ice cold beer and thought , "I can do that without falling off the wagon".
Later that day I asked the wife if she would be OK with me having 1 beer in the afternoon each day and she looked at me and asked, "Can you do just that?" My reply was you bet and that was 14 years ago. I still have my one beer daily. On occasion I have a glass of wine with my wife with dinner or when we go out. I haven't been drunk in 19 years and don't miss it a bit, I do however very much enjoy my cold beer in teh afternoons.
Some folks just can't muster the will power to not continue on with a habit or addiction, and some folks have stronger states of mind. In my case I was able to put aside the 12 pack a day I was consuming and later on satisfy a desire to ENJOY A beer, just one flavorful beer or ale rather than consuming oodles of watered down domestic generic Budweiser. I'm happy, she is happy, my son is happy to have a dad rather than a drunk and I maintained my health. For me I believe AA was just the kick I needed to give up my poor social habit and give me the time to change my outlook towards a better life and I am glad I didn't need to stay involved with AA for life.
Those folks with weaker minds are still sitting in daily AA meetings trying to help other weak minds stay sober. The majority of those folks would be homeless, jobless, lost their family and be wandering around drunk without the support group so for them it is a way of life that keeps them straight.
I have an agent. There are no non stops from where I am. Shortest is via lax with a 4 -6 hr layover. I'll be crippled sitting that long. I'm sure as hell not going coach either.
bars and clubs were my things.... Nothing worse being the only sober person there.
The backstretch ... After the last post its nothing but boozing ... Even the ponies love it.
threat is now the soros cabal. Him and his 18 billion into the open societies. Btw that's who funded blm, Antifa... And hundreds others just here in USA.
He gonna try to turn us into the Balkans and crash the markets and USD.
Your neighbor might be your enemy by next year.
Soros = Rothschild. Estimated global debt 500 trillion.
Ag, I am no longer a drinker. I have an occasional beer or wine. THAT’S IT. I was never an alcoholic but I sure did drink Alot in my 20s and 30s. Never to the point of unconsciousNess or blackouts.
AA says that alcoholism is an allergy which makes them drink. It is a predisposition and written in 6our field.
I am not swing that having support is no good. I am not saying that will power is no good. I AM SAYING it remains an unconscious addiction that just goes dormant. I am saying theRe are complex engramitic patterns un resolved. I am saying there are imbalances in your Chakra s that can be corrected through the application of vibrational medicine.
I am not saying any of this easy. Neptune is strong in my chart so I kn ok w addiction Theoretically I should be a hero in addict. But I am not. I smell pot down the street and I get a contact high. But I cannot and will not smoke it. I admit to a cigarette now and then. But drugs kills your consciousness and sensitive people open themselves to entities and I am sensitive to that shit.
This is a complex subject and AA doesn't touch the surface. Again, if it works for you great. I am saying we are at a very poor understanding of addiction and AA has no understanding. But surrending to a higher power is a good idea and having a goal and intention is good. That matrix however fails Alot of people
Obama killed a sovereign American citizen with a drone.
Can't post the numbe Re s but it's bad. Nobody talking about it. News blackout. But I posted that was going to happen .
Somebody post the numbers from ron paul s latest. I can't
Almost 300 dead in a terrorist attack in Somalia. Blow back for intervention. Because the news came out about Comey, which we all knew, everybody ignores Trump's crimes because they hate the left and give the right a free pass. Not good
Fix, I'll do it for you one day. Software has to be reinstalled and it looks like time Warner blocked this site. I did a ping and nothing gets through. I will call them next week see whatsup.
I could tell u were heavy wter element. Probably have other planets contributing to it. It's good to have a natal chart and current transits.
Paul is wrong.... What Obama did in Yemen and Libya .... Well trumps not on the radar. Obama was even videotaped bragged about how good he is at killing people.
Came back to post this cuz it details the things that occurred prior to collapse in the Balkans.... as you plzzz But this dude selcos are the best.
Seleco also made a lot of interviews where he detailed exactly what happened as things began to break down, including how gangs formed and why wearing nice looking stuff got you shot dead. I have all his interviews, and it goes far beyond Buy lighters n buckets duh! It goes deep into horrible shit most fucking liberals would give anything to avoid hearing.
Heres a couple,
Start of SHTF: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0D6SUvgI7Ds
Gangs and suicides:https://vocaroo.com/i/s0VBbVzBbbR8
Old scores Gang lifestyle and selco's group: https://vocaroo.com/i/s1HCfb6Dp5vQ