I've been thinking about 2008 when Pluto enters Capricorn. A New World Era will begin. Pluto rules Power and Control, Riches,
Nuclear Power, Waste, Death, toxins, Transformation and Re-birth to name a few of the attributions ascribed to Pluto. Demoted
or not, Pluto is the Lord of the Underworld, the shadows, secrets, sex, regeneration, Lord of the Dead, the Collective Unconscious
that creates the cultural world wide archetypes which sustains the illusions of the material world.
Pluto breaks down,decays structures, everything.
Pluto rules Fascism. Pluto was in Capricorn when the United States was born. We are on the verge of a Fascist America.
No dissenters allowed. There are secret prisons already built in the U.S. waiting to be filled. Prisons are a corporate business
now whose one and only one goal is to provide profits for its' greedy investors. The prison state is being installed. Democracy
was a noble ideal, it's detangling everyday. Stop watching TV and reading the "noosepapers." If you're caught watching American
Idol, you're idle. Don't just consume something do something about this. In Canada we act oh so superior to our close neighbours
down South. Bush is tallying up more buddies in more countries around the World. How does he do it?
Liberalism has gone too far, no one mentions ethics anymore except dear old Al Gore who says letting climate change go on
uncontrolled when we know about it is "deeply immoral." His words struck me with fierce truth and conviction. Mr. Gore has
figured out that democracy doesn't work through politics anymore-he experienced that first hand. Disillusioned, he got on
his own bandwagon and through real democratic media-his own film, is enlightening the people to the truth and is creating
ground swells of actions to help Green the Earth. That's great. It's totally admirable.
We need equally vociferous aggressive actions to prevent the decay of Society as we have known it now.
Denna Metzger the outspoken feminist,novelist, healer and political writer was in Toronto in May 2001 and during a talk went
into a "trance" and told the group of women listening to her that "things would get very dark soon, that Fascism is on the
rise, that the world would look very different very quickly,"
A TIbetan Rinpoche, Namgyal Rinpoche, my guru, declared in 1997 that the world was going to go into very dark times.
That there would be world wars, strife, famine, chaos everywhere, earthquakes, earth changes up until around 2014, that every
year things would get more and more chaotic and out of control and it would be times like our generation had not seen or imagined.
He foretold the dangers of eating GMO foods and how they destroy brain chemistry, how pollution is weakening the intellect
of children and the very DNA itself. He said that the best thing would be to live at least 30 miles outside of a city,be self-sufficient
have clean water access and have enough food stored up for a year.And of course, to do your own personal spiritual work.
Read the following it's from Naomi Wolf's new book.
My husband recently experienced a tinge of this, He went recently to New Orleans with his project SeedCollective, the first
cell phone/computer interaction platform designed creatively to reforestation through sponsorship funding.
Going through US customs he showed the officials the papers of his designation and what his art collaboration project was,
planting trees to help New Orleans. He was fingerprinted and photographed. He is now on record as being a social activist.
After reading the following I don't know if we'll be making many more trips to the U.S.
Fascist America, in 10 easy steps
·from Naomi Wolf's The End of America: A Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot will be published by Chelsea Green in September.
From Hitler to Pinochet and beyond, history shows there are certain steps that any would-be dictator must take to destroy
constitutional freedoms. And, argues Naomi Wolf, George Bush and his administration seem to be taking them all
Tuesday April 24, 2007
The Guardian Newspaper
Last autumn, there was a military coup in Thailand. The leaders of the coup took a number of steps, rather systematically,
as if they had a shopping list. In a sense, they did. Within a matter of days, democracy had been closed down: the coup leaders
declared martial law, sent armed soldiers into residential areas, took over radio and TV stations, issued restrictions on
the press, tightened some limits on travel, and took certain activists into custody.
They were not figuring these things out as they went along. If you look at history, you can see that there is essentially
a blueprint for turning an open society into a dictatorship. That blueprint has been used again and again in more and less
bloody, more and less terrifying ways. But it is always effective. It is very difficult and arduous to create and sustain
a democracy - but history shows that closing one down is much simpler. You simply have to be willing to take the 10 steps.
As difficult as this is to contemplate, it is clear, if you are willing to look, that each of these 10 steps has already been
initiated today in the United States by the Bush administration.
Because Americans like me were born in freedom, we have a hard time even considering that it is possible for us to become
as unfree - domestically - as many other nations. Because we no longer learn much about our rights or our system of government
- the task of being aware of the constitution has been outsourced from citizens' ownership to being the domain of professionals
such as lawyers and professors - we scarcely recognise the checks and balances that the founders put in place, even as they
are being systematically dismantled. Because we don't learn much about European history, the setting up of a department of
"homeland" security - remember who else was keen on the word "homeland" - didn't raise the alarm bells it might have.
It is my argument that, beneath our very noses, George Bush and his administration are using time-tested tactics to close
down an open society. It is time for us to be willing to think the unthinkable - as the author and political journalist Joe
Conason, has put it, that it can happen here. And that we are further along than we realise.
Conason eloquently warned of the danger of American authoritarianism. I am arguing that we need also to look at the lessons
of European and other kinds of fascism to understand the potential seriousness of the events we see unfolding in the US.
1. Invoke a terrifying internal and external enemy
After we were hit on September 11 2001, we were in a state of national shock. Less than six weeks later, on October 26 2001,
the USA Patriot Act was passed by a Congress that had little chance to debate it; many said that they scarcely had time to
read it. We were told we were now on a "war footing"; we were in a "global war" against a "global caliphate" intending to
"wipe out civilisation". There have been other times of crisis in which the US accepted limits on civil liberties, such as
during the civil war, when Lincoln declared martial law, and the second world war, when thousands of Japanese-American citizens
were interned. But this situation, as Bruce Fein of the American Freedom Agenda notes, is unprecedented: all our other wars
had an endpoint, so the pendulum was able to swing back toward freedom; this war is defined as open-ended in time and without
national boundaries in space - the globe itself is the battlefield. "This time," Fein says, "there will be no defined end."
Creating a terrifying threat - hydra-like, secretive, evil - is an old trick. It can, like Hitler's invocation of a communist
threat to the nation's security, be based on actual events (one Wisconsin academic has faced calls for his dismissal because
he noted, among other things, that the alleged communist arson, the Reichstag fire of February 1933, was swiftly followed
in Nazi Germany by passage of the Enabling Act, which replaced constitutional law with an open-ended state of emergency).
Or the terrifying threat can be based, like the National Socialist evocation of the "global conspiracy of world Jewry", on
It is not that global Islamist terrorism is not a severe danger; of course it is. I am arguing rather that the language used
to convey the nature of the threat is different in a country such as Spain - which has also suffered violent terrorist attacks
- than it is in America. Spanish citizens know that they face a grave security threat; what we as American citizens believe
is that we are potentially threatened with the end of civilisation as we know it. Of course, this makes us more willing to
accept restrictions on our freedoms.
2. Create a gulag
Once you have got everyone scared, the next step is to create a prison system outside the rule of law (as Bush put it, he
wanted the American detention centre at Guantánamo Bay to be situated in legal "outer space") - where torture takes place.
At first, the people who are sent there are seen by citizens as outsiders: troublemakers, spies, "enemies of the people" or
"criminals". Initially, citizens tend to support the secret prison system; it makes them feel safer and they do not identify
with the prisoners. But soon enough, civil society leaders - opposition members, labour activists, clergy and journalists
- are arrested and sent there as well.
This process took place in fascist shifts or anti-democracy crackdowns ranging from Italy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s
to the Latin American coups of the 1970s and beyond. It is standard practice for closing down an open society or crushing
a pro-democracy uprising.
With its jails in Iraq and Afghanistan, and, of course, Guantánamo in Cuba, where detainees are abused, and kept indefinitely
without trial and without access to the due process of the law, America certainly has its gulag now. Bush and his allies in
Congress recently announced they would issue no information about the secret CIA "black site" prisons throughout the world,
which are used to incarcerate people who have been seized off the street.
Gulags in history tend to metastasise, becoming ever larger and more secretive, ever more deadly and formalised. We know from
first-hand accounts, photographs, videos and government documents that people, innocent and guilty, have been tortured in
the US-run prisons we are aware of and those we can't investigate adequately.
But Americans still assume this system and detainee abuses involve only scary brown people with whom they don't generally
identify. It was brave of the conservative pundit William Safire to quote the anti-Nazi pastor Martin Niemöller, who had been
seized as a political prisoner: "First they came for the Jews." Most Americans don't understand yet that the destruction of
the rule of law at Guantánamo set a dangerous precedent for them, too.
By the way, the establishment of military tribunals that deny prisoners due process tends to come early on in a fascist shift.
Mussolini and Stalin set up such tribunals. On April 24 1934, the Nazis, too, set up the People's Court, which also bypassed
the judicial system: prisoners were held indefinitely, often in isolation, and tortured, without being charged with offences,
and were subjected to show trials. Eventually, the Special Courts became a parallel system that put pressure on the regular
courts to abandon the rule of law in favour of Nazi ideology when making decisions.
3. Develop a thug caste
When leaders who seek what I call a "fascist shift" want to close down an open society, they send paramilitary groups of scary
young men out to terrorise citizens. The Blackshirts roamed the Italian countryside beating up communists; the Brownshirts
staged violent rallies throughout Germany. This paramilitary force is especially important in a democracy: you need citizens
to fear thug violence and so you need thugs who are free from prosecution.
The years following 9/11 have proved a bonanza for America's security contractors, with the Bush administration outsourcing
areas of work that traditionally fell to the US military. In the process, contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars
have been issued for security work by mercenaries at home and abroad. In Iraq, some of these contract operatives have been
accused of involvement in torturing prisoners, harassing journalists and firing on Iraqi civilians. Under Order 17, issued
to regulate contractors in Iraq by the one-time US administrator in Baghdad, Paul Bremer, these contractors are immune from
Yes, but that is in Iraq, you could argue; however, after Hurricane Katrina, the Department of Homeland Security hired and
deployed hundreds of armed private security guards in New Orleans. The investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill interviewed
one unnamed guard who reported having fired on unarmed civilians in the city. It was a natural disaster that underlay that
episode - but the administration's endless war on terror means ongoing scope for what are in effect privately contracted armies
to take on crisis and emergency management at home in US cities.
Thugs in America? Groups of angry young Republican men, dressed in identical shirts and trousers, menaced poll workers counting
the votes in Florida in 2000. If you are reading history, you can imagine that there can be a need for "public order" on the
next election day. Say there are protests, or a threat, on the day of an election; history would not rule out the presence
of a private security firm at a polling station "to restore public order".
4. Set up an internal surveillance system
In Mussolini's Italy, in Nazi Germany, in communist East Germany, in communist China - in every closed society - secret police
spy on ordinary people and encourage neighbours to spy on neighbours. The Stasi needed to keep only a minority of East Germans
under surveillance to convince a majority that they themselves were being watched.
In 2005 and 2006, when James Risen and Eric Lichtblau wrote in the New York Times about a secret state programme to wiretap
citizens' phones, read their emails and follow international financial transactions, it became clear to ordinary Americans
that they, too, could be under state scrutiny.
In closed societies, this surveillance is cast as being about "national security"; the true function is to keep citizens docile
and inhibit their activism and dissent.
5. Harass citizens' groups
The fifth thing you do is related to step four - you infiltrate and harass citizens' groups. It can be trivial: a church in
Pasadena, whose minister preached that Jesus was in favour of peace, found itself being investigated by the Internal Revenue
Service, while churches that got Republicans out to vote, which is equally illegal under US tax law, have been left alone.
Other harassment is more serious: the American Civil Liberties Union reports that thousands of ordinary American anti-war,
environmental and other groups have been infiltrated by agents: a secret Pentagon database includes more than four dozen peaceful
anti-war meetings, rallies or marches by American citizens in its category of 1,500 "suspicious incidents". The equally secret
Counterintelligence Field Activity (Cifa) agency of the Department of Defense has been gathering information about domestic
organisations engaged in peaceful political activities: Cifa is supposed to track "potential terrorist threats" as it watches
ordinary US citizen activists. A little-noticed new law has redefined activism such as animal rights protests as "terrorism".
So the definition of "terrorist" slowly expands to include the opposition.
6. Engage in arbitrary detention and release
This scares people. It is a kind of cat-and-mouse game. Nicholas D Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the investigative reporters
who wrote China Wakes: the Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power, describe pro-democracy activists in China, such as Wei
Jingsheng, being arrested and released many times. In a closing or closed society there is a "list" of dissidents and opposition
leaders: you are targeted in this way once you are on the list, and it is hard to get off the list.
In 2004, America's Transportation Security Administration confirmed that it had a list of passengers who were targeted for
security searches or worse if they tried to fly. People who have found themselves on the list? Two middle-aged women peace
activists in San Francisco; liberal Senator Edward Kennedy; a member of Venezuela's government - after Venezuela's president
had criticised Bush; and thousands of ordinary US citizens.
Professor Walter F Murphy is emeritus of Princeton University; he is one of the foremost constitutional scholars in the nation
and author of the classic Constitutional Democracy. Murphy is also a decorated former marine, and he is not even especially
politically liberal. But on March 1 this year, he was denied a boarding pass at Newark, "because I was on the Terrorist Watch
"Have you been in any peace marches? We ban a lot of people from flying because of that," asked the airline employee.
"I explained," said Murphy, "that I had not so marched but had, in September 2006, given a lecture at Princeton, televised
and put on the web, highly critical of George Bush for his many violations of the constitution."
"That'll do it," the man said.
Anti-war marcher? Potential terrorist. Support the constitution? Potential terrorist. History shows that the categories of
"enemy of the people" tend to expand ever deeper into civil life.
James Yee, a US citizen, was the Muslim chaplain at Guantánamo who was accused of mishandling classified documents. He was
harassed by the US military before the charges against him were dropped. Yee has been detained and released several times.
He is still of interest.
Brandon Mayfield, a US citizen and lawyer in Oregon, was mistakenly identified as a possible terrorist. His house was secretly
broken into and his computer seized. Though he is innocent of the accusation against him, he is still on the list.
It is a standard practice of fascist societies that once you are on the list, you can't get off.
7. Target key individuals
Threaten civil servants, artists and academics with job loss if they don't toe the line. Mussolini went after the rectors
of state universities who did not conform to the fascist line; so did Joseph Goebbels, who purged academics who were not pro-Nazi;
so did Chile's Augusto Pinochet; so does the Chinese communist Politburo in punishing pro-democracy students and professors.
Academe is a tinderbox of activism, so those seeking a fascist shift punish academics and students with professional loss
if they do not "coordinate", in Goebbels' term, ideologically. Since civil servants are the sector of society most vulnerable
to being fired by a given regime, they are also a group that fascists typically "coordinate" early on: the Reich Law for the
Re-establishment of a Professional Civil Service was passed on April 7 1933.
Bush supporters in state legislatures in several states put pressure on regents at state universities to penalise or fire
academics who have been critical of the administration. As for civil servants, the Bush administration has derailed the career
of one military lawyer who spoke up for fair trials for detainees, while an administration official publicly intimidated the
law firms that represent detainees pro bono by threatening to call for their major corporate clients to boycott them.
Elsewhere, a CIA contract worker who said in a closed blog that "waterboarding is torture" was stripped of the security clearance
she needed in order to do her job.
Most recently, the administration purged eight US attorneys for what looks like insufficient political loyalty. When Goebbels
purged the civil service in April 1933, attorneys were "coordinated" too, a step that eased the way of the increasingly brutal
laws to follow.
8. Control the press
Italy in the 1920s, Germany in the 30s, East Germany in the 50s, Czechoslovakia in the 60s, the Latin American dictatorships
in the 70s, China in the 80s and 90s - all dictatorships and would-be dictators target newspapers and journalists. They threaten
and harass them in more open societies that they are seeking to close, and they arrest them and worse in societies that have
been closed already.
The Committee to Protect Journalists says arrests of US journalists are at an all-time high: Josh Wolf (no relation), a blogger
in San Francisco, has been put in jail for a year for refusing to turn over video of an anti-war demonstration; Homeland Security
brought a criminal complaint against reporter Greg Palast, claiming he threatened "critical infrastructure" when he and a
TV producer were filming victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Palast had written a bestseller critical of the Bush administration.
Other reporters and writers have been punished in other ways. Joseph C Wilson accused Bush, in a New York Times op-ed, of
leading the country to war on the basis of a false charge that Saddam Hussein had acquired yellowcake uranium in Niger. His
wife, Valerie Plame, was outed as a CIA spy - a form of retaliation that ended her career.
Prosecution and job loss are nothing, though, compared with how the US is treating journalists seeking to cover the conflict
in Iraq in an unbiased way. The Committee to Protect Journalists has documented multiple accounts of the US military in Iraq
firing upon or threatening to fire upon unembedded (meaning independent) reporters and camera operators from organisations
ranging from al-Jazeera to the BBC. While westerners may question the accounts by al-Jazeera, they should pay attention to
the accounts of reporters such as the BBC's Kate Adie. In some cases reporters have been wounded or killed, including ITN's
Terry Lloyd in 2003. Both CBS and the Associated Press in Iraq had staff members seized by the US military and taken to violent
prisons; the news organisations were unable to see the evidence against their staffers.
Over time in closing societies, real news is supplanted by fake news and false documents. Pinochet showed Chilean citizens
falsified documents to back up his claim that terrorists had been about to attack the nation. The yellowcake charge, too,
was based on forged papers.
You won't have a shutdown of news in modern America - it is not possible. But you can have, as Frank Rich and Sidney Blumenthal
have pointed out, a steady stream of lies polluting the news well. What you already have is a White House directing a stream
of false information that is so relentless that it is increasingly hard to sort out truth from untruth. In a fascist system,
it's not the lies that count but the muddying. When citizens can't tell real news from fake, they give up their demands for
accountability bit by bit.
9. Dissent equals treason
Cast dissent as "treason" and criticism as "espionage'. Every closing society does this, just as it elaborates laws that increasingly
criminalise certain kinds of speech and expand the definition of "spy" and "traitor". When Bill Keller, the publisher of the
New York Times, ran the Lichtblau/Risen stories, Bush called the Times' leaking of classified information "disgraceful", while
Republicans in Congress called for Keller to be charged with treason, and rightwing commentators and news outlets kept up
the "treason" drumbeat. Some commentators, as Conason noted, reminded readers smugly that one penalty for violating the Espionage
Act is execution.
Conason is right to note how serious a threat that attack represented. It is also important to recall that the 1938 Moscow
show trial accused the editor of Izvestia, Nikolai Bukharin, of treason; Bukharin was, in fact, executed. And it is important
to remind Americans that when the 1917 Espionage Act was last widely invoked, during the infamous 1919 Palmer Raids, leftist
activists were arrested without warrants in sweeping roundups, kept in jail for up to five months, and "beaten, starved, suffocated,
tortured and threatened with death", according to the historian Myra MacPherson. After that, dissent was muted in America
for a decade.
In Stalin's Soviet Union, dissidents were "enemies of the people". National Socialists called those who supported Weimar democracy
And here is where the circle closes: most Americans do not realise that since September of last year - when Congress wrongly,
foolishly, passed the Military Commissions Act of 2006 - the president has the power to call any US citizen an "enemy combatant".
He has the power to define what "enemy combatant" means. The president can also delegate to anyone he chooses in the executive
branch the right to define "enemy combatant" any way he or she wants and then seize Americans accordingly.
Even if you or I are American citizens, even if we turn out to be completely innocent of what he has accused us of doing,
he has the power to have us seized as we are changing planes at Newark tomorrow, or have us taken with a knock on the door;
ship you or me to a navy brig; and keep you or me in isolation, possibly for months, while awaiting trial. (Prolonged isolation,
as psychiatrists know, triggers psychosis in otherwise mentally healthy prisoners. That is why Stalin's gulag had an isolation
cell, like Guantánamo's, in every satellite prison. Camp 6, the newest, most brutal facility at Guantánamo, is all isolation
We US citizens will get a trial eventually - for now. But legal rights activists at the Center for Constitutional Rights say
that the Bush administration is trying increasingly aggressively to find ways to get around giving even US citizens fair trials.
"Enemy combatant" is a status offence - it is not even something you have to have done. "We have absolutely moved over into
a preventive detention model - you look like you could do something bad, you might do something bad, so we're going to hold
you," says a spokeswoman of the CCR.
Most Americans surely do not get this yet. No wonder: it is hard to believe, even though it is true. In every closing society,
at a certain point there are some high-profile arrests - usually of opposition leaders, clergy and journalists. Then everything
goes quiet. After those arrests, there are still newspapers, courts, TV and radio, and the facades of a civil society. There
just isn't real dissent. There just isn't freedom. If you look at history, just before those arrests is where we are now.
10. Suspend the rule of law
The John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 gave the president new powers over the national guard. This means that in
a national emergency - which the president now has enhanced powers to declare - he can send Michigan's militia to enforce
a state of emergency that he has declared in Oregon, over the objections of the state's governor and its citizens.
Even as Americans were focused on Britney Spears's meltdown and the question of who fathered Anna Nicole's baby, the New York
Times editorialised about this shift: "A disturbing recent phenomenon in Washington is that laws that strike to the heart
of American democracy have been passed in the dead of night ... Beyond actual insurrection, the president may now use military
troops as a domestic police force in response to a natural disaster, a disease outbreak, terrorist attack or any 'other condition'."
Critics see this as a clear violation of the Posse Comitatus Act - which was meant to restrain the federal government from
using the military for domestic law enforcement. The Democratic senator Patrick Leahy says the bill encourages a president
to declare federal martial law. It also violates the very reason the founders set up our system of government as they did:
having seen citizens bullied by a monarch's soldiers, the founders were terrified of exactly this kind of concentration of
militias' power over American people in the hands of an oppressive executive or faction.
Of course, the United States is not vulnerable to the violent, total closing-down of the system that followed Mussolini's
march on Rome or Hitler's roundup of political prisoners. Our democratic habits are too resilient, and our military and judiciary
too independent, for any kind of scenario like that.
Rather, as other critics are noting, our experiment in democracy could be closed down by a process of erosion.
It is a mistake to think that early in a fascist shift you see the profile of barbed wire against the sky. In the early days,
things look normal on the surface; peasants were celebrating harvest festivals in Calabria in 1922; people were shopping and
going to the movies in Berlin in 1931. Early on, as WH Auden put it, the horror is always elsewhere - while someone is being
tortured, children are skating, ships are sailing: "dogs go on with their doggy life ... How everything turns away/ Quite
leisurely from the disaster."
As Americans turn away quite leisurely, keeping tuned to internet shopping and American Idol, the foundations of democracy
are being fatally corroded. Something has changed profoundly that weakens us unprecedentedly: our democratic traditions, independent
judiciary and free press do their work today in a context in which we are "at war" in a "long war" - a war without end, on
a battlefield described as the globe, in a context that gives the president - without US citizens realising it yet - the power
over US citizens of freedom or long solitary incarceration, on his say-so alone.
That means a hollowness has been expanding under the foundation of all these still- free-looking institutions - and this foundation
can give way under certain kinds of pressure. To prevent such an outcome, we have to think about the "what ifs".
What if, in a year and a half, there is another attack - say, God forbid, a dirty bomb? The executive can declare a state
of emergency. History shows that any leader, of any party, will be tempted to maintain emergency powers after the crisis has
passed. With the gutting of traditional checks and balances, we are no less endangered by a President Hillary than by a President
Giuliani - because any executive will be tempted to enforce his or her will through edict rather than the arduous, uncertain
process of democratic negotiation and compromise.
What if the publisher of a major US newspaper were charged with treason or espionage, as a rightwing effort seemed to threaten
Keller with last year? What if he or she got 10 years in jail? What would the newspapers look like the next day? Judging from
history, they would not cease publishing; but they would suddenly be very polite.
Right now, only a handful of patriots are trying to hold back the tide of tyranny for the rest of us - staff at the Center
for Constitutional Rights, who faced death threats for representing the detainees yet persisted all the way to the Supreme
Court; activists at the American Civil Liberties Union; and prominent conservatives trying to roll back the corrosive new
laws, under the banner of a new group called the American Freedom Agenda. This small, disparate collection of people needs
everybody's help, including that of Europeans and others internationally who are willing to put pressure on the administration
because they can see what a US unrestrained by real democracy at home can mean for the rest of the world.
We need to look at history and face the "what ifs". For if we keep going down this road, the "end of America" could come for
each of us in a different way, at a different moment; each of us might have a different moment when we feel forced to look
back and think: that is how it was before - and this is the way it is now.
"The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands ... is the definition of tyranny,"
wrote James Madison. We still have the choice to stop going down this road; we can stand our ground and fight for our nation,
and take up the banner the founders asked us to carry.
· Naomi Wolf's The End of America: A Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot will be published by Chelsea Green in September.
JAn 27, 2006
This is the Truth as I see it, have always seen it and
known it. This is the Naked Truth. As a Sagittarian, a double one at that + Mercury my role is to inspire people, to teach
Truth. I will go through a lengthy everything most ordinary people in the Western world, do, touch, interract with to decipher
the code for you and show you the interconnections. You may be astounded. Do not get overwhelmed in sadness, grief, anger
or despair. We have to be able to see the enemy, name the enemy, admit that we are the enemy, before we can heal, surrender
to and love the enemy/the Beloved. Before we can get back to Oneness and Bliss and Be One with The Great Mystery.
Christ's teachings in their essence, are astounding
words of Truth, the Cabbalah is an amazing book of Truth, Buddha worked and lived to embody the Truth. In essence all the
world's religion have kernels of the truth. But we each must decipher that truth, we must wake up enough to see through the
mirrors of smoke and fog and delusion.
It isn't always pretty. The world is in the free
will universe. We've created it. We've been manipulated. It is time to wake up. We must see our inter-connectedness
with all other beings, all living entities on this planet OUR MOTHER-NOTRE DAME.
A friiend of mine Joseph Mark Cohen called me the other
day to talk about the election results in Canada. He said someone had told him that they were predicted a World War beginning
later this year in the Middle EAst. As much as I like to see that things are getting more spiritual, that people are
yearning for answers, buying more spiritual and metaphysical books, that there are lots of people waking up to the power of
healing, telepathy, channelling, alternative medicines, seeing this life, the material and the sacred as one, we must also
be aware of what is or what seems to be apparent counter-balancing this.
We are in 2006 =8 INFINITY. WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND.
This is KARMA. This is a critical year. The senseless wars rage in the World, in Iraq, etc.
Religious fundamentalism is rising in the West
and the Middle East. The allegiances of the Super Powers are changing and taking sides. Children are dying daily in
Africa, in poor countries all over the World. People are dying of Aids which I believe was created by the World Health Organization.
This all stems from vaccinating people in the name of "progressive medicine."
The 2 largest industries in the world are the Pharmaceutical
Companies and the War Industry. Most of our modern conveniences and technologies, the Internet, computers, nuclear power,
microwaves, cel phones, etc. came from the Military.
Now in the United States ordinary citizens are afraid
that they are being monitered by the C.I.A. as most of the big search engines have turned in all their data to the U.S. Intelligence
to fight the "War on Terrorism." Citizens have lost their rights to privacy, freedom of information. A new government regulation
in the U.S. has just launched a police force under the C.I.A. which can arrest anyone, anywhere, anytime without warrants
under suspicion. This is how it started in HItler's Germany. It is not safe to be in America, or fly over its
air space. A Canadian was arrested while flying over the U.S. because his last name was similar to someone's on a "no-fly"
list. He was arrested and detained. This is Fascism. America is the Terrorist.
Canada has just elected a very U.S. friendly, free market
conservative as Prime Minister. There is no more democracy in the U.S. There has not been a real election in the States since
Clinton was last elected. The U.S. has passed a law stating that it can vaccinate everyone to protect them from .....whatever.
IF the U.S. can vaccinate all their citizens, what are
they really doing? Their intention is to microchip everyone. Everyone can then be monitered by satelite.
A friend of mine who does research on the risks of vaccinations
as her job told me that they've been micro-chipping all babies with a mandatory Vitamin K shot given at birth to "protect
them" for a number of years now.
Everything we touch and use in the modern Western world
and soon to be most of the rest of the World is artificially made, mainly from plastic which is derived from oil and is TOXIC.
We live in a totally toxic world..
THE CYCLE OF THE DAY, TOXINS PLASTICS & YU
If you sleep on a regular mattress it is artificial
polyester fibres and materials. Plastic. If you use a foam pillow, not down, or buckwheat filled it is Plastic. If you have
modern carpeting in your home, they are usually synthetic fibres. Plastic. Give off toxic odours. Even if you have cotton
futons for mattresses, unless they are organic they have been grown with tons of fertilizers. Plastic.
If you have hardwood floors in your home, they are not
usually waxed and polished regularly like in the good old days, they have been treated with polyurethane. Plastic. If you
have modern fake wood floors. Plastic.
If you are a woman of menstruating age and you use name brand tampons. You insert into your prescious vagina totally
synthetic, chlorine bleached-a known carcinogen toxin-this directly causes cervical cancer. Plastic. Unless you use certified
organic tampons you put your whole feminine reproductive cycle and your life in danger every month-13 moons of the Year. If
you use pads which is much more natural and healthy-if those pads are name brand again-chlorine bleached next to your open
sensitive vagina-plastic. Unless you use certified organic pads or a natural sponge you put your health in danger.
If you use birth control pills as millions of young
and older women do to give yourself some freedom of choice over your biological destiny, you put harmfull drugs and hormones
into your system. This is toxic and produces cancer.
You get up in the morning, Mr and Mrs. and Miss and
Ms. and children from you sleep on toxins. Unless your P.J.'s are certified Organic Cotton, grown by non-slave labourers,
and not sprayed with anti-flammable chemicals which get into your children's lungs and never come out- Toxins.
Now, you go to the bathroom to brush your
teeth. Your toothbrush if a common popular readily available brand is made entirely of Plastic-oil..
You rub the plastic on your dental enamel and ingest
that Plastic toxin. If you use a commercial toothpaste it is full of FLuoride which is a known toxin and actually
destroys your teeth and bones. Expect to have hip replacements if you continue to use this product. Unless you use an all
natural no sugar included toothpaste expect to weaken your system. Neem is great. In Africa peole chew and rub their teeth
with natural oils from tree bark. If you god forbid use Listerine or some such other product, again chemicals, god knows what's
in that. You don't need to swallow anti-bacterial whatever. Chew parsley. IF your breath is bad, the underlying cause
needs to be dealt with, like what are you eating? and why your stomach doesn't like it and puts up a stink. Listen to yur
body it is wise. Change what you eat.
You wash your face in chlorine bleached waters -a known
carcinogen-and sometimes with added fluoride, chemicals, mercury, lead, aluminum, and whatever industrial pollutants flow
into your water supply. This is absorbed directly into your body. Rememeber that we,like the Earth are made up of 70%
water. We are the earth, of the earth, we have the same balance of materials.
Unless you have a reverse osmosis water system purifyer
installed into your plumbing to remove all that crap, your water is tainted and basically undrinkable. If you
take a shower all that chlorine in the water is released as a gas which you inhale so it goes straight to your lungs. Remember
they used to kill people by gassing them with chlorine gas? Same thing, less of it, but it accumulates over time. Get a shower
head filter that removes most of the chlorine. Using shampoos? Again, unless it really is Certified Organic most of the labels
I've read all contain chemicals and artificial ingredients.
Now you will probably put on some kind of brand name
deoderant. If you do so, in the tender lymphatic region in your underarms you're applying aluminum,=toxins a known link to
Alzheimer's right into those lymph glands. Only use natural salt stick deoderants.
If you apply commercial aftershaves, they're full of
alcohol a known body debilitator and breeding ground for parasites. See Dr. Hulda Clark . Her book The Cure For All Cancers.
Next if a woman you will probably put on your makeup.
Again commercial make up I don't care if it's shouting Organic at you most likely is not. Your camouflaging your face with
toxic chemicals, your skin can't breath. If you use contact lessons-again whats in that stuff you gotta put in your eyes?
SO you put on your synthetic clothing grown with
fertilizers and dyed with god knows what. Your undergarments and underware the same artficial products. Made in sweat shops
somewhere in the world. The shirt off your back was made with the sweat of someone else's back to be sure. Child labourers
Now you're brushing your hair and scalp with a plastic
brush most likely. Boar bristles are natural. Bone combs are too. If you're putting shpritzy gels on-more chemical goo. Perfumes?
Commercial perfumes are a big no no. Natural oils only and they must be of good qualuty. No air-wick stuff.
Are you ready to eat yet? Every single commercial cereal
is poison. Made of refined genetically modifed chemically grown "wheat." Your body cannot digest GMO foods. It's response?
It insulates itself with fat. You get bloated and constipated. Same for commercially grown corn, rice, oats etc. Forget commercial
breads, pancakes, waffles, POP TARTS? Only certfied organic oats or other grains are nourishing. Orange juice? grown
with plastic fertilizers. Homogenized? Boiled out of any sustenance. Must be fresh. All commercial products are loaded with
white sugar, and this is white death. All white sugar is poison. Jam, marmalade unless no sygar and forget that fake sugar
it's even worse. No sucralose, sacharine or known cancer causing aspartamine ever.
Do you cook in aluminum pans? forget it-Alzheimers,
weakened immune system.
Microwave? Banned in Japan and Sweden. Toxic, Kills
all living materials in foodstuffs. That is not good . No nourishment. The leading cause of obesity. Obesity is the intelligence
of the body storing up all the fat it can because you are starving and malnourished. How ironic in the richest countries
of the world that its' population is malnourished. So much plenty of nothing valueable. We do not live in the richest countries
of the world but the poorest. Everything is ass backwards.
This is the mirror world, Alice In wonderlands world.,
It is Jabberwocky. Everythigng you've been told is lies. You've been indoctrinated, mistreated, misinformed, hurt, ignored,
unloved, impotent and powerless since before you were conceived and your parents were conceived. All organized religion is
brainwashing and lies. Each and everyone of them. Catholicism, Judaism, Islam. Slavery and power trips. It's totally shamefull.
to be continued...
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