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Book Review: Dr. John Coleman (2006). “The Conspirator’s Hierarchy: The Committee of 300.” 4th ed.

Friday, July 2nd, 2010


 

John Coleman, Ph.D. must the bravest man alive.  It takes courage to publish about those seeking to enslave US! 

Actually, reading this one book should allay the misgivings and fears and all doubts you have had about the Great Conspiracy because by 1966 the Committee of 300 was so confident that we could do nothing to stop them, they allowed their inside man Carroll Quigley to publish his account documenting, confirming and giving full credit to his (OUR!) masters who he fully revered.  See my book reviews on Quigley’s (1966) “Tragedy & Hope” and its accompaniment analysis by former FBI Agent Cleon Skousen (1974) “The Naked Capitalist.”

 

This is THE book to buy to get the most info on our secret US government.  It names individuals & institutions.  This is the latest and most thorough historical accounting of our new masters I have seen.  By the way, their work is mostly done—they are only waiting to launch their finishing touches.

 

Having just finished my first read through today, I must urge every citizen who is concerned for our country to buy and study this book.  I plan upon at least two more readings. 

 

WARNING:  Reading Dr. Coleman’s masterpiece is like trying to take a drink of water from a roaring fire hydrant.  There is an overwhelming amount of material here.

 

But this book now—while you can still get it!  Buy all three and be fully informed.

 

Mark Levin on JD Hayworth vs. John McCain

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Mark Levin really puts things in perspective!

Senator John McCain forced the sunset clause on the Bush Tax Cuts!!!

Thank the ignoble Senator when your taxes go up January 1, 2011 and the US economy comes to another deeper screetching halt–a double dip recession.

None dare call it a DEPRESSION.

Remember McCain-Feingold

which attempted to silence American voices during an election!

Facebook Factions

Monday, June 28th, 2010

As I am forming impressions, there seem to be certain trends on Facebook.  There seems to be a grouping into those who support the status quo versus those who want to restore the US Constitution.  What is alarming are the open expressions of endorsement of violence by both sides.

 

Those supporting the Constitution seem to divide into the severely naïve with a touch of jingoism and those who are painfully consciously aware of the difficulties in returning to Constitutional rule.  Many of those who regard themselves as “conservative” are oblivious to their own tendencies towards control and over control.  They endorse all kinds of social legislation oblivious to the fact they are endorsing further enlargement of government.  Furthermore, they accept the entitlements offered them regardless of the fact that the growth of entitlements enslaves them further AND increases the instability of the system.

 

Those supporting the “status quo” are growing more boisterous and posting more in-your-face comments.  They appear on a continuum of anti-God from agnosticism to overt denigration of God.  On the other hand “constitutionalists” seem to attract more who believe in God but few demonstrate any “fear of The LORD.”

 

The most alarming trend is the open endorsement of violence.  Yet, when seen in the context of the prevailing culture and the mainstream media and even talk-radio, the clamors to open rebellion and calls to revolution and war become more understandable and, sadly, more acceptable.

 

Current trends in advertising depict more law enforcement scenarios and more confrontational scenarios.  Overall, there is an alarming trend towards desensitization of assaults upon the human body (gory crimes scenes on television in fantasy morgues) and an acceptance of the violations of basic human and Constitutional rights of “others” (police reality shows).  It’s all perfectly acceptable when it involves “others,” especially in a voyeuristic manner.

 

It is scary in that there are many precipitating factors towards disorder and violence.  With the sheer ignominy of those elected to represent US failing to represent US properly and acting apposite the will of the people, it appears we may be headed for a show down in the near future.

 

It saddens me because few seem to realize how much they are being manipulated and as the mechanisms of that manipulation are pointed out to them, they seem eager to “deny” the reality of that manipulation thus increasing the mass of insanity.  The mass delusion of the “leftists” that ‘someone will give me something for nothing’ has played well into the encroaching slavery imposed by BOTH the right (Neo-cons) and the left (Progressives) from followers of Plato to those involved in outright Satan worship and the old religions of the Old Testament (Babylon, Canaan).

 

Facebook appears to be producing factions mirroring those which will propagate the coming second American Revolution.

Subliminal Sex Messages and Pornography in Advertising and Cartoons

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

 

As I have often said: None of US escapes the constant brainwashing in our culture. 

This is merely one example.  It is rather obvious; more importantly, it does not represent even the tip of the ice berg!

 

 

By the way, that's Lake Tahoe, isn't it?

Book Review: “The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations: Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural, Political, and Economic Decline of the United States of America” (2005) by Dr. John Coleman

Friday, June 11th, 2010


The Tavistock Institute exposé by Dr. John Coleman may be ground breaking and a necessary read for all psychologists but it left me wanting.  What I expected was more about psychological technique and method than it covers.  Nonetheless, Coleman’s historical focus brings this dastardly institute to the forefront and it is a must read for anyone in the businesses of advertising and psychology.

 

Years ago I heard of the Tavistock Institute of psychological warfare in relation to H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley and George Orwell.  Then at the Arizona Department of Corrections I met a former psychologist educated at Stanford after returning from the Viet Nam War.  He was as a sniper.  He had given up the practice of psychology because he was so disenchanted with the broad sweeping damages our profession is inflicting upon our country and he mentioned that it all started with this little known entity.

 

The fact is Coleman’s book really should be subtitled “The War Against America.”  This is the group that brought us World War I and all the other conflicts of the last century with their vast human sacrifice.

 

The first forth of Coleman’s brief book was intriguing; however, the second quarter was a bit repetitive and the sentence structure made me wonder if those pages were from an earlier file that had not been proof read.  Nonetheless, the last half Dr. Coleman’s book had me wanting more.  As Dr. Coleman wrote, this is meant as a companion book to his earlier book The Committee of 300, and I have ordered that book.

 

Perhaps the greatest contribution of this particular work is its mention of many references and the new perspective it offers on many previously misunderstood writings.  Prepare for a journey into the unknown and your world being turned inside out.  Read The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations: Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural, Political, and Economic Decline of the United States of America with an open mind and keep this book handy for future reference as the insanity of the world unfolds and you find yourself wanting to make sense of it all.  I recommend this read for all who wish for liberty and a restoration of our nation.  Truly, the enemy is larger than we ever thought.

 

 

The Tavistock Institute

The Tavistock Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curtis Johnson’s “Sold or I Buy It” is a Myth

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

I believe that Curtis Johnson’s catch phrase is a myth, a hoax.

However, if you or anyone you know who has actually had their home bought by Curtis Johnson Realty, then please correct me.

A friend of mine who is a psychologist tells me that Curtis Johnson lies.  She says that all one has to do is listen to his radio show and it’s obvious that Curtis lies throughout his show.

So, buyer or seller beware!

http://www.thecurtisjohnsonteam.com/

Update: Boycott Curtis Johnson Realty

Monday, September 14th, 2009

This is just a brief update.  The purpose of my initial post was to protect my loyal readers.  It was not intended to cause harm but to protect.

However, after talking with Curtis on the phone today, I must say the man is a liar.  He and his associates are trying to steal my home.  Rather than list it accurately, they have fraudulently locked it up and off the market while listing it on MLS at the same time!

I know, it doesn’t make sense but the fact is Curtis Johnson Realty refuses to do anything they have promised me.  I strongly suggest all avoid Curtis Johnson Realty

Curtis and his associates insist upon continuing to list my house on MLS–Multiple Listing Service.

Moreover, other realtors who want to help me sell my house have informed me that my property is listed on MLS as “contract pending.”  This is a lie!

As a result of this fraud, no one is looking at my house and no other realtor is able to assist me, that is, until Curtis Johnson Realty either changes the listing or ceases the listing.

Curtis and his associates received written notice from the title company as did I that the buyer cancelled a month and a half ago!

Because Curtis Johnson and his associates have no plan to help me avoid foreclosure on October 2nd, yet Curtis Johnson Realty persists in holding me and the listing “hostage” by listing it as “contract pending,”  what do Curtis Johnson and his associates intend?

Is Curtis Johnson Realty trying to force me unnecessarily into foreclosure?

Do they want to steal my house?

How’s this for “details?”

Newly Appointed Survey Czar

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

approval-ratings

Boycott: Curtis Johnson Realty

Friday, September 11th, 2009

For a few days I have been busy and there have been some very nice folks and businesses I have wanted to recommend.

Honestly, I have had it on my mind to start featuring businesses and organizations to recommend to you because in The Revolution of Virtue it may be even more important to inform you about positive experiences with businesses and directing you towards good folks than it is to inform you about the miscreants and my misadventures.

Nonetheless, I must inform All Y’all that I can not and do not recommend the services of Curtis Johnson Realty and his associates

Perhaps the problem is just with Curtis Johnson’s associates.  I don’t know but I’m going to find out–as soon as Curtis Johnson returns my phone call.  Perhaps Curtis will be more reasonable than his underlings.  Nonetheless, Curtis as a broker remains responsible for what those under him do.

I know.  I should have seen this one coming,  I should have smelled it a mile away.  But when you really hope a business can help you, you’ll believe their marketing hogwash and even deny your own common sense.

Indeed,

If it sounds too good to be true it probably is FALSE.

We’ll talk more about this.

At this point, let it suffice to say I’d recommend any realtor over Curtis Johnson Realty.

Stay tuned.