Uncle Sam protecting his property against the encroachments of his cousin John

Uncle Sam protecting his property against the encroachments of his cousin John
Complete Explanation: Northern fears of European intervention in the Civil War on behalf of the South are manifest here. Uncle Sam, in the form of a bearded Union soldier (closely resembling Abraham Lincoln), unceremoniously routs John Bull from a fenced garden where the latter has been poaching. Grabbing him by the scruff of the neck, Sam warns, "John, You lost your Non-interfering Principle. I'll lay it on your back again." The American wields a large stick "Principle of Non Enterference." John Bull has a handful of cotton plants, more of which appear at right, and wears "Armstrong's Patent" cannon on his legs. (The term refers to a type of English-made gun used by the Confederates.) The artist has hidden several Negro faces in his drawings of cotton plants here. A cock with the head of French leader Napoleon III watches from his perch on the fence at left. At right stands a large scarecrow from whose arms hang the lifeless bodies of Confederate general P. G. T. Beauregard and Confederate president Jefferson Davis. A plaque on the scarecrow reads, "All Persons Tresspassing These Premisses, will be punished according to Law." (click image for source)

American Lambs Subdued by Europe's Demon

American Lambs Subdued by Europe's Demon
For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep to the slaughter. Romans 8:36

The Federal Reserve as Crowned Bloodsucker

The Federal Reserve as Crowned Bloodsucker
Populist preacher William Jennings Bryan was thrice the Democratic nominee for President from 1896 -1908. The central theme of his anti-imperialist campaign was that America was falling into a trap of “financial servitude to British capital”.

Concord Battle-Ground

Concord Battle-Ground
Duty is a Mountain Death is a Feather


This blog is inspired by my grandfather's books from the 19th century. Within these books, are glimpses of a "fire in the spirit" that is all but lost in America today. The mettle/determination of a different era blazes throughout. The grotesque misinformation and disinformation that deluge our sources of knowledge today (the propaganda runs dark & deep), drove me to these 19th century texts. I was searching, desperately, for some unadulterated truths. I do think I found a few precious gems. Below, a few poems and excerpts from poems. The tragedies and injustices we witness today occurred in the past. The only difference is, today, few see. In the early days of the Republic, a disciplined and educated populace actively resisted despotism. This defiance to old world tyranny is readily identifiable in these poems. Dig the title, "crowned bloodsuckers". Do we see anything, even remotely, resembling such a ferocity of spirit today?
To John G. Palfrey ( LINK ) There are who triumph in a losing cause, Who can put on defeat, as 't were a wreath Unwithering in the adverse popular breath, Safe from the blasting demagogue's applause; 'Tis they who stand for freedom and God's laws. And so stands Palfrey now, as Marvell Stood, Loyal to Truth dethroned, nor could be wooed To trust the playful tiger's velvet paws: And if the second Charles brought in Decay Of ancient virtue, if it well might wring Souls that had broadened 'neath a noble day, To see a losel, marketable king Fearfully watering with his realm's best blood Cromwell's quenched bolts, that erst had cracked and flamed, Scaring, through all their depths of courtier mud, EUROPE"S CROWNED BLOODSUCKERS,___ how more ashamed Ought we to be, who see Corruptions flood Still rise o'er last years mark, to mine away Our brazen idol's feet of treacherous clay!
SUGGESTED BY THE GRAVES OF TWO ENGLISH SOLDIERS ON CONCORD BATTLE-GROUND. These men were brave enough, and true To the hired soldier's bull-dog creed; What brought them here they never knew, They fought as suits the English breed: They came three thousand miles, and died, To keep the PAST upon it's throne; Unheard, beyond the ocean tide, Their English mother made her moan.
Stanzas on Freedom MEN! whose boast it is that ye Come of fathers brave and free, if there breath on earth a slave,Are ye truly free and brave?If ye do not feel the chain,When it works a brother's pain,Are ye not base slaves indeed,Slaves unworthy to be freed?They are slaves who fear to speak For the fallen and the weak;They are slaves who will not choose Hatred,scoffing, and abuse,Rather than in silence shrink From the truth they needs must think;They are slaves who dare not be In the right with two or three.

The link ABOVE contains one of the Reverend Martin Luther King's most profound but most overlooked speeches. This speech, in all probability, got him assassinated. In it he deviated from civil rights to anti-war. This anti-war stanch upset the Military Industrial Complex.

(Of particular interest to me and relevance to this blog, is the inclusion of an excerpt from a James Russell Lowell poem that MLK so generously and warmly ended his powerful discourse with)

Crowned Vampires in Action (below)

Crowned Vampires in Action (below)
America's First ... and only Real Enemy: not the people of England, but British Monarchy.

Social Engineers Hard at it

Social Engineers Hard at it
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information, and religions destroy spirituality.” — Dr. Michael Ellner

Common Law Common Sense (Fear the Righteous)

Common Law Common Sense (Fear the Righteous)
Martyr's Innocence

Monday, January 18, 2010

The Vineyard of the Saker: Obama confidant's spine-chilling proposal

The Vineyard of the Saker: Obama confidant's spine-chilling proposal: "Obama confidant's spine-chilling proposal

by Glenn Greewald for Salon.com"


  1. Peter:

    I didn't want you to miss the response, the letter you wrote to that McDonald, he didn't respond, wonder why?

    There were so many things in the savethe males post, that were just bizarre and yet, I know they are not.

    The Levenda books, touch alot on the early religions of the US, and yeah there were some crazy beliefs, I mean crazy. In fact some saw America as the new Israel. There is much religious lore about the connection between the two. I can't recall it all at this time.
    But the first christians were basically some kind of evangelical christian, whom it seems the british were not to crazy about, likely because they were a bit fanatical or something.
    But, there beliefs were strange to say the least, and alot of them surrounded this ideology of the new Israel.
    They actually believed that old Jewish tribes may have inhabited the country.

    Over at Gnostic media there is an interview with Mitch Horowitz that covers some of this topic, you may find it interesting because it covers the 'burned out' district. You live or oringinated from quite near that strange area.

    Horowitz seems to go on basically about this religious stuff.
    Levenda mixes the occult(religion cults) with politics.
    What they both speak of is the mingling of some crazy religous stuff with the world politic.
    I can't help but wonder if some of this is still ongoing....

    Check that interview out, it may give you another layer to some funky religious crap and it's birth in the US.

    As for the Levenda books, Peter they are excellent, I am on book 2. If you could get them and read them, you won't be disappointed.

  2. OK Pen,
    I have downloaded the itch Horowitz interview and am listening to it as I type.
    Get back to you in an hour or so.

  3. Horowitz deals with a great number of topics. He admits at the end of the interview that he couldn't address Scientology because of it's large amount of info. Because the topics are quantitative it seemed qualitatively weak. I desparately wanted him to speak more to the "Burned out district" because of my family history in that region.
    Mormonism got it's start there and it is the preeminent spiritual movement to arise from there.Although there were a wealth of other spiritual movements to arise from that region.
    The region, "burned out district" was a "carriage route" from the east to the west on the American journey of manifest destiny. I cannot remember where that name "burned out district" received it's origins. I need to know what that origin is. :(
    My keyboard is acting funny. It doesn't register the st rokes and leaves blanks. My writing is weak and this keyboard problem makes writing even more diffiult.
    My impression about the burned out district and my family's experiences are this: the spiritualism was more a city phenomena. By city , I mean a "town" mentality .Small town or large town, It differed from my family in that my family was very rural farmers. Quite separate from town culture and consequently my family was not affected my this spiritual town movement...IMHO.
    Look at how ormonism developed ultimately. Huge tabernacles not unlike theurban Cathedrals of Europe be it Roman cathoic or Episcopal cathedrals.
    My family was rural. their churches were those small white wooden Congregational style churches that one sees in New England, An architecture profoundly differrent from the town/urban Cathedrals of stone.
    So my family was never a part of that spiritaulism mentioned by Horowitz.
    IMHO Horowitz is a Mason or Masonic apologist.

  4. To highlight this rural town separation, I direct you to my great great grandfathers text that deals with the History of the Waldensians and Albigensians. Simply, it recalls a history of plunder by urban Rome against the rural valley's of the Piedmont in Northern Italy.
    My great great grandfather obviously was witnessing history repeat itself in the "burned out district", by reading this history.

  5. or some reason this thread makes me think of a movie from 1992 called, "A River Runs hrough It".
    I this film is an interplay of frces which seemingly hint at a clash of cultures betwen town and rural countryside. Thisfilm takes place in the early 20th cetury. Montana but coul easily be 19th century New York burned out district.

    The closing lines, taken from a short story by McLean, are as haunting as they are beautiful:

    "But when I am alone in the half light of the canyon all existence seems to fade to a being with my soul and memories. And the sounds of the Big Black Foot River and a four count rhythm and the hope that a fish will rise. Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world's great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs. I am haunted by waters."

  6. lol, he could well be a mason, who knows.

    I found the whole burned out district thing weird.
    I don't get the bizarre religious beliefs.

    I would imagine his book covers this topic more then could be covered in the interview.
    Levenda addresses that district also and the birth of Mormonism and the origins of scientology.
    I don't get it?
    alot of that came out of old cults. The mormons came right out of ritual magic, that is how they got their golden whatevers...

    I found interesting Madame Blavatsky and the Theosophic movement, there were some intelligence ties to that woman.

    great grand dad was Italian?

  7. lol great great grand dad was named Jones. He was a Welshman like Tom Jones :) (What's New Pussycat? whoa whoa whoa oh oh)
    That book about the Waldensians& Albigensians was also written by a Welshman in England who was courted by High Anglican church leaders to become High Anglican but he refused.
    These Waldensian and Albigensians were the original heretics who the Church in Rome burned at the stake during and before the Inquisition. They were also called Catharie which is another term for Puritan which is where the English Puritans had their spiritual origins who were also loathed by the High Anglican Cavaliers during the English Civil War. The same Puritans who fled England and landed in Plymouth Massachucetts.

  8. The elites (crowned boodsuckers) have buried thehistory of the Waldensians and Albigensians down the memory hole.
    These original heretics (Cathars/Puritans) had a gnostic tradition that has many differing interpretations. They predated the Protestant Reformation by centuries.
    The georgraphy of Northern Italy or the Piedmont region has two major cities where the Protestant tradtions still exist, Turin (Torino) and Milan. Both these cities have also a stong tradition of linkage with Marxism.
    A welsh 1980's new wave band called Scritti Politti The name Scritti Politti was chosen as a homage to the Italian Marxist theorist Antonio Gramsci: The name is generally understood to refer to Gramsci's political writings (although the correct spelling in Italian would have produced "Scritti Politici"). Gartside changed it to 'Scritti Politti' as he thought it sounded more rock and roll, like "Tutti Frutti".
    Gramsci is buried in a Protestant graveyard in Rome.