Archive for January, 2012

United Nations atrocities continue to be in the works, and though many constitutional politicians are attempting to get the United States off the United Nations Council with the support of millions of citizens, it will not happen soon enough to stop the agenda which this current administration supports.

A Jefferson County Tea Party member-blogger has already informed you of “Agenda 21 in Jefferson County” and what must be done to stop it. There is another ‘agenda’ in the works that, as a parent, is near and dear to my heart. I have been working to help stop it since last year. This UN resolution is supported by Hillary Clinton, and the proponents are pushing for the United States to accept in November of this year: It is called the “UN Resolution Convention on the Rights of the Child.” Also see the UNICEF web site supporting the CRC.

The United States Congress has in the works to ratify this UN Contract. Once ratified, the “government would have the right to intercede or supersede if officials believe the parents are doing something that is not in the best interest of the child based on a UN Council.”

ParentalRights.org started a campaign “to secure a constitutional amendment that defends the rights of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children. At ParentalRights.org, we believe that no government, regardless of how well-intentioned it might be, can replace the love and nurture of a parent in the life of a child. It’s a relationship worth protecting.”

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Decision in Georgia case expected soon, but ballot concerns going viral

An administrative law judge in Georgia could decide as early as this week whether voters in the state convinced him Barack Obama’s name should be removed from the 2012 presidential ballot because he is not qualified to hold the office.

But win, lose or draw, the fight isn’t going to be over, as other cases are erupting across the nation, with challenges being raised anew even in Obama’s own adopted political network in Illinois.

The Georgia hearing was before Judge Michael Malihi, and while none of the lawyers who appeared in the proceedings was willing to predict what the decision will be, several did confirm that Malihi had considered simply granting them a default victory, because Obama and his lawyers expressly stated they would not participate in a hearing to provide evidence that he is qualified to be on the ballot.

A default presumably would have meant a recommendation from the judge that Obama’s name be stricken from the ballot, a decision which would head for review immediately by Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

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Infowars.com
January 31, 2012

It was a physical manifestation of the loathing and hatred of Ron Paul and his supporters.

In Florida, Newt Gingrich’s security goons, aides and his fawning supporters attacked a man who held up a Paul sign during a Gingrich campaign stop at the Winderemere Baptist Church in suburban Orlando.

Eddie Dillard, a Paul supporter, was physically assaulted and injured by Gingrich’s security goons after he refused to be intimidated and move out of the candidate’s way as he soaked up media attention. A Gingrich campaign aide encouraged the assault.

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Infowars.com
January 31, 2012

Despite numerous studies showing the danger of fluoride and cities and municipalities deciding to no longer poison their citizens with the neurotoxin, officialdom in New Jersey has moved to add it to the state’s water.

Disregarding the warnings of environmentalists and utility officials, New Jersey’s Health Committee, at the behest of Assemblyman Herb Conaway, a Camden Democrat, has required the state’s water companies to add fluoride.

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When Does Sponsored Positive, Uncritical Coverage of Controversial Global Medical, Food Programs Become a Conflict of Interest?

Aaron Dykes

Infowars.com

January 31, 2012

Reports commonly say Bill Gates– through his philanthropic foundation work– is ‘saving lives’ and ‘feeding the world’s poor.’

But there’s no mistaking the genocidal undertones. Hundreds of millions if not billions are living on the edge of starvation at the start of the 21st Century, while a new era of GMO-proliferation and Big Agra domination pose other grave threats– both economic and vital. Thus, it is extremely important that we collectively decide on the best solutions for the future– or at least avoid the worst outcomes; it could prove far too costly in hindsight to pander to the wrong development.

So why has “the media” been so positively-glowing about Gates’ singular heavy-hand pushing GMO crops on the developing world (see AGRA partnership with Rockefeller Foundation and Monsanto) while vowing to lower population numbers through his global vaccination campaign (see GAVI alliance with Rockefeller Foundation), all while helping consolidate ownership in the food market now driving up prices (see global food security under Gates Foundation, Cargill and others)?

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by Dan Flynn | Jan 31, 2012
FOOD SAFETY NEWS

County sheriffs and federal officials bickering over land, guns and water policies are as old as the West, but the Constitutional Sheriffs Convention, underway for the past three days in Las Vegas, has something new on the menu — food safety regulation.

“I made the decision that the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office was not going to be the milk police,” Sheriff John D’Agostini told his Board of Supervisors in California ahead of the convention.

Sheriff D’Agostini was testifying in favor of the “Local Food and Community Self-Governance” ordinance that El Dorado farmer Pattie Chelseth was asking the supervisors to adopt.

Last April 7, Sheriff D’Agostini refused a request from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to provide back up while state agents issued a “cease and desist” order for Chelseth’s “unlicensed dairy.”

Sheriff D’Agostini’s decision not to cooperate with state and federal food safety agents during enforcement actions may not be that unusual.

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Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer

Activist Post

“…it would be far more preferable if the United States could cite an Iranian provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. Clearly, the more outrageous, the more deadly, and the more unprovoked the Iranian action, the better off the United States would be. Of course, it would be very difficult for the United States to goad Iran into such a provocation without the rest of the world recognizing this game, which would then undermine it. (One method that would have some possibility of success would be to ratchet up covert regime change efforts in the hope that Tehran would retaliate overtly, or even semi-overtly, which could then be portrayed as an unprovoked act of Iranian aggression.)” — US foreign policy makers in the Fortune 500 funded Brookings Institution’s “Which Path to Persia?” report, pages 84-85.

Considering that the Gulf of Tonkin incident was a deliberate fabrication to escalate the Vietnam War, one many members in Congress are shown to have acknowledged and debated even at the time, or the more recent Iraqi WMD hoax, there is certainly a historical precedence to create such provocations when targeted nations refuse to provide them.

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