Joseph E. Fasciani | 2004-11-17 - Unfortunately for the rest of the world as well as us, the same Triumvirate that destroyed ancient Israel now sustains our national delusions: self-imposed blindness, a refusal to listen to or hear others, and a stiff-necked pride. Self-destructive arrogance has destroyed other nations and empires before ours, and it will again. No matter how official or dedicated, an error remains an error, and its deficits always bring defeat. What the founders of the United States most feared--that too much power invested in too few people would bring disaster--is now instituted and fully operational.
Terry Melanson | 2004-11-15 - On a few occasions I have been compelled to write something based solely upon an email I received regarding my site. Sometimes it was after I was made aware of additional information related to my research. Other times it was criticism that I felt needed a larger response than a simple email reply directed at a single individual. This is one of those times.
Barry Chamish | 2004-11-09 - Monday, Nov. 1 - I am selling my books at a gathering in Jerusalem. A friend of my Miami film producer Peter Goldman meets me. He has some amazing information. His friend is an Ichilov Hospital nurse, responsible for keeping hospital records. She was on duty when Rabin was brought in for the last time.
Barry Chamish | 2004-11-03 - ... believe it or not, Arafat and I agree on some pretty salient points. Recall that he claimed the murder of Rehavam Zeevi was not his doing, and that the order came from Damascus. That was my conclusion. We just differ on the motive. Zeevi threatened to expose Shimon Peres to the nation. Peres used his French intelligence contacts to arrange the hit through their organization, the PFLP, headquartered in Damascus.
Erik Fortman | 2004-11-03 - Well, it looks like this dumb, ol’ redneck, pothead musician from Texas can cut to the chase faster than most Ivy League political pundits, who were more than not calling Kerry throughout. Today, they’re still talking about college students’ cell phones, when they should be talking about the pure inanity of Kerry for not conceding like a gentleman. (It is 10:30AM Central, Nov. 3, 2004. Kerry just conceded.) Bush has won. Now, maybe people don’t agree with my antagonistic, agnostic anarchism - yet I see clearly.
Barry Chamish | 2004-10-26 - It had been three years since Save Israel!, my last book. I had forgotten the immediate reaction that comes with a new publication. It has only been two weeks since my new book, Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism And The Holocaust, has been in the hands of people, and look at the reader reaction already!
Erik Fortman | 2004-10-26 - Bill O’Reilly has the most popular and most powerful fluff-news program in the country. His show, The O’Reilly Factor, dubbing itself the “no-spin zone,” is nothing less than Illuminati stage-show.
Erik Fortman | 2004-10-21 - In this article, Ayn Rand’s book, the classic manuscript “Anthem”, will be discussed. It is a beginner’s guide to understanding the complete flaw that is collectivism. Conversely, this book extols the virtue of individualism, and love.
Barry Chamish | 2004-10-15 - The proclamation from Gaza was issued not by a leader of Hamas, but rather by the 17th-century Jewish kabbalist Nathan of Gaza, who in 1665 became the major prophet of the infamous false messiah from Izmir, Shabbetai Zevi. The proclamation's rebuke was not part of Ariel Sharon's argument for evacuating Jewish settlers from Gaza, but of a ruling by Rabbi Jacob Sasportas, the most outspoken and tireless opponent of the Sabbatean messianic outbreak.
Erik Fortman | 2004-10-15 - Who are the 3rd Party candidates, excepting Nader, for 2004? The saddest part of the whole rape of the presidential election by Bush, Kerry, and Nader is that we have a very exciting 3rd Party field this year. These are the major candidates.
Erik Fortman | 2004-10-12 - Anarchists have three basic tenets. These are liberty, equality, and solidarity. Liberty is the only way one can develop individuality. Liberty is self-explanatory, and it is the only way for individuality to fully flower. Equality means that all people are equal in the eyes of the law.
Barry Chamish | 2004-09-30 - By October 1996 I knew that Yigal Amir wasn't the murderer of Yitzhak Rabin. There wasn't all that much evidence to back the claim, but what existed was conclusive. We had the assassination film showing Rabin walking upright after Amir's shots. There were the police lab results proving Rabin was shot point blank, which the film showed, Amir could not have done. And we had a witness who told us what happened.
Erik Fortman | 2004-09-30 - Government encroaches itself upon individual sovereignty. That is natural. It is also natural for the collective to reach a breaking point. This is why propaganda and mind control is so very, very important to the Illuminati. Can you imagine what would happen if, say even, 15% of the people of America refused to consent to submission? That would be 45 million malcontents.
Erik Fortman | 2004-09-30 - Why do Americans not listen to the fathers that gave them greatness? Democracy is a means of control, and our masters have utilized it well. So well, in fact, that elite, aristocratic, frat/cult brothers, and blood cousins are now both gun and bullet, one running with a D in front of his name, the other an R.
D'arcLyte | 2004-09-16 - The Constitution for the United States of America purportedly guaranteed a Republican form of government, so did the constitutions of the several States. Nowhere in those instruments, nor in the constitutions predecessor, the Articles of Confederacy, is the mention of Democracy. The Founding Fathers didn't want Democracy and as will be shown, they knew it leads to the destruction of nations employing it.
Barry Chamish | 2004-09-15 - The expose of the Yemenite kidnappings led readers to insist I explore the murder of the Yemenite-Israeli singer Ofra Haza. I had just begun when, divinely, a member of Haza's family asked to meet with me. What he imparted is going to sound fantastic, but what doesn't anymore? You judge, but I believed him.
Erik Fortman | 2004-09-14 - President George W. Bush is nothing, if not an elected monarch. He has seized upon this power to issue edicts in the form of Executive Orders. These decrees are not debated over. They are not voted upon by our representatives. The devolution of the power of the States as opposed to the central government is obvious.
Barry Chamish | 2004-09-10 - Kerry, like Howard Dean, Wesley Clark and Joe Leiberman are all members of the Council On Foreign Relations (CFR). So whoever Americans choose to be the Democratic candidate, they will get the same CFR agenda.
[...] Morrison doesn't realize that he is reporting a Sabbatean massacre, yet he instinctively writes about the Young Turks. We begin and end our overview with that subject. I will add my comments beginning and ending with two stars. ...
Barry Chamish | 2004-09-07 - They were to be used in a mass atomic experiment with an entire generation of Sephardi youths to be used as guinea pigs. Every Sephardi child was to be given 35,000 times the maximum dose of x-rays through his head. For doing so, the American government paid the Israeli government 300 million Israeli liras a year. The entire Health budget was 60 million liras. The money paid by the Americans is equivalent to billions of dollars today.
Barry Chamish | 2004-09-06 - The purpose of my exposing these sadistic experiments is to strengthen Judaism by removing these anti-Jews from our midst. Over the past 120 years the Sabbataians have infiltrated the Jewish leadership worldwide and oversaw the destruction of over 80% of the people by promoting wars, pogroms, assimilation and the Holocaust.
PERFECTIBILISTS: The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati, by Terry Melanson
The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship, by Paul & Phillip Collins
Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, by Abbe Barruel
Fire in the Minds of Men: Origins of the Revolutionary Faith, by James H. Billington
America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones, by Antony C. Sutton