Life in the Global Gulag

08/31/2008 by

I’ve learned three important things recently.

1. “Don’t do what you think. Think about what you’re doing.”

Impulsive behavior is not well thought out and can get your hurt.

2. “Think before you make a mistake. Not after you make a mistake.”

Life is a series of mistakes leading to an eventual conclusion. Try doing a few things right.

3. “The biggest mistake in the human experience is thinking that you are all that matters.”

Stop looking through only your own eyes. See things from others’ perspective too.

We all want success, fame and fortune, happiness, only good things and no bad things, and in a perfect world, we’d get all that. But this is reality. So do the best you can, and preferably not by hurting others. Remember, God has put us on this planet for a reason greater than collecting possessions until we’re dead.

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Update – Newsdemon / Usenet / Giganews

06/27/2008 by

I can no longer recommend Newsdemon as a Usenet provider of choice. They have been dishonest with their free trial offer, and have even ignored support emails for over two months!

Instead, I can recommend Giganews, which has a history of quality service and a decent deal on bandwidth.

Here is a modification of my original post:

A lot of you reading this blog are fans of the Alex Jones Show. I know it’s hard to download the latest show in a timely fashion. It’s easier just to listen live.

That is, unless you have newsgroups.

The Usenet is an Internet protocol that gives you access to all sorts of download and discussions. Take for example alt.binaries.sounds.radio.misc. They have free, legal postings of the Alex Jones Show (he authorizes free distribution online). And its posted up BEFORE the podcast, before the torrents are up, and so on. Some Usenet providers offer free trial promotions. Definitely check it out if you’re sick of listening to the regular feed with commercials…the usenet has a TON of stuff to offer, and radio shows is definitely their forte. I’m impressed with what they have to offer. Many people have used what it has to offer well before even the advent of the World Wide Web.

I had a dream…

05/01/2008 by

I had the weirdest dream a few nights ago. I was back in Canada. Some security cops had apprehended me, accusing me jokingly of trying to create an explosion. I kept asserting that I was not doing that. They were interrogating me, and I could tell by the way the guy talked that it was a scam and he was just trying to mess around with me.

Then I was let go, and I went to the grocery store. There was very little stock on the shelves. Almost no food, and what was there was unpopular, old, or unusable for the most part.

A scary precognition? Could it happen? Could a police state happen in Canada, along with a severe food shortage?

I think it’s already starting.

WeAreChange vs Canadian Prime Minister Harper

03/20/2008 by

Watch this, and know that We Are Change is very much alive in Canada, fighting fascism and ruthless dictators.

Ron Paul And The Freedom Movement

11/04/2007 by

Bible Facts

10/31/2007 by

Interesting and rarely known facts about the Bible, presented in popup video format.

Stars Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith, from a live concert performance.

FEMA CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders

10/31/2007 by

Source: Friends of Liberty

Soldier on guard at active FEMA campThere over 800 prison camps in the United States, all fully operational and ready to receive prisoners. They are all staffed and even surrounded by full-time guards, but they are all empty. These camps are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented in the United States and all it would take is a presidential signature on a proclamation and the attorney general’s signature on a warrant to which a list of names is attached. Ask yourself if you really want to be on Ashcroft’s list.

FULL STORY

NEW Ron Paul Music Video: Battle For The Republic

10/12/2007 by

DJ En’s at it again… This video is a little history lesson about how America once had to stand up against the system, and how history must repeat itself, except that this time, it is a war of words.

My Letter To Canada’s Prime Minister

09/25/2007 by

Canadian PM Stephen Harper

Dear Stephen Harper,

I’m glad to hear that you are standing up somewhat against the Kyoto Protocol and the implications that it has against our economy and lifestyle as Canadians. Surely, the environment is an important issue. But it should never take precedence over our people. Furthermore, climate change is normal phenomena that occurs in cycles from time to time. To state that the climate always remains exactly the same would be foolish. Global warming however, is not even caused by people, as a fraction of the percentage of calculable global warming occurs due to all of mankind’s activities. Truly, it is more caused by solar warming as other planets in the solar system further from the sun are warming at a faster rate. For more on this, please refer to this site.

We are praying that you do a good job in running our country, Mr. Harper. We also hope that you will not let globalist shills (be they the Bilderbergers, the Rockefellers, the Rothschilds or the military-industrial-medico-complex) sell out our country in the North American Union or any other global free trade union. We recognize that Canada is a sovereign and free nation.

Please let it remain that way.

Canada Is A Police State

09/20/2007 by

On 911, a group of people in Toronto made a sign demonstrating against false-flag terrorism. A bicycle cop pulled up beside them and asked them to protest on the other street. He said that they didn’t have a right to have the sign in public without a permit. Clearly, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms allows for that, under this section:

FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS

2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

(a) freedom of conscience and religion;
(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;
(c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
(d) freedom of association.

After they went across the street, they continued to be harassed by police officers and were told, “Canada is the most free country in the world.” That is a total lie and a great deception. Canadians are enslaved by the same oligopoly that has bought out America’s media and political representatives. Watch the video here to see how Canadians are slaves.