Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Mind-boggling SRA at nursing home

As she made her rounds at an upscale Calabasas retirement home one morning, Adelina Campos said she walked into a room and caught a fellow caregiver in the act of abusing an elderly man suffering from dementia.

The worker was in midair, hurtling from atop a dresser toward the bed, landing both knees onto the man's belly.

"I was just in shock," Campos said.
The prosecutor in Ulloa's trial painted Silverado as a retirement home ripe for undetected abuse.

I'm getting sick of saying "I told you so," but this is such a good example of organized Satanism in action that I couldn't pass it up.

Haiti: the best solution is the last resort!

March 31, 2010 (LPAC)—One week before tomorrow's U.N. Donors Conference on Haiti, the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) announced that the policy, for now, is that mass relocation of the 1.3 million-and-up Haitians displaced by the earthquake shall be carried out only as a "last resort," and for only a small number of people. According to media reports, that policy is supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development, and others.
To not relocate people quickly to decent, sanitary shelters built on high ground, is a policy of mass murder, Lyndon LaRouche charged on Feb. 22....

The most cost-effective approach to preventing mass death is the last resort? No reason was given - it just IS the last resort. If there were any doubts that Satanism is organized globally and at high levels, there are fewer now.

By the way, the media is downplaying this decision, if it's mentioned at all.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Former Scientologists claim leaders beat them

Rathbun was once a senior official of the Church of Scientology, reporting directly to church leader David Miscavige. He says that Scientology's leadership fostered a culture of violence among its top ranks....

This article, combined with the pattern of evidence I've noticed over the years, including the fact that L. Ron Hubbard was an associate of Aleister Crowley, supports my contention that Scientology is a front for Satanism. For more on this sort of cult, see my article on Wicca referenced in an entry below. However, as far as I know, Wiccans are not physically abused - just by being deceived.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Correction regarding effects of Devil's influence

In my essay 6-6-6, The Sun-Demon: Baddest of the Bad, I extrapolated upon a statement contained in Christ and Antichrist by Peter Tradowsky, and in retrospect, I believe that my interpretation was incorrect.

The erroneous statement is contained in the sentence "His influence, once the 'I' is paralyzed, also works its way up through the lower levels of the will, undermining compassion and conscience, and causing thinking to become detached from reality, so that the world is perceived as a sort of movie, beyond our control." The error is the characterization of this detachment as a movie. I don't know exactly what Tradowsky meant, but considering that the Devil's ultimate goal is to split off our higher souls into a realm of fantasy, this detachment from reality might take the form of fantasies or delusions. Note that the context includes a lack of compassion and conscience, perhaps indicating something akin to narcissism, which seems to include an incredible ability to "blank out" any evidence that threatens the narcissist's belief system.

But again, this is my interjection, and should not be given the same weight as Tradowsky's description.

Posted essay on Wicca to website

I've posted Wicca: The Cult of Isis' "magical pagan" front, a preliminary essay on Wicca.

British NHS admits "recovery" plans having opposite effect

The documents were drafted by the Strategic Health Authorities of the NHS. One documents marked "restricted" and circulated among SHA directors states, "The financial environment demands that the trend in workforce growth must be reversed" and reduction of the workforce by 10% or "further" will be required.

So why not improve the "financial environment?" Because it was deliberately created in order to provide an excuse to let us die! Civilization is being destroyed to "balance the budget!" If you want to look for Satanism (gratuitous cruelty and lies), don't look for it in some "occult ritual" - it's on C-SPAN constantly.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Media admits LaRouche was right about IMAB

On March 24, the Christian Science Monitor carried a column on the Independent Payment Advisory Board of Obamacare by Austrian economic ghoul Marria Rizzo, entitled "In new reform bill, government rations health care." But Rizzo doesn't oppose this idea. Rather, he argues that, since resources are scarce, old people should give up their "greed" at insisting on all the resources to stay alive.

Before it passed, the IMAB (Independent Medicare Advisory Board, i.e. the reincarnation of Hitler's T-4 program) was top secret, and mentioning it was equated with paranoia.

Although I agree that in some cases, it is pointless to take "heroic" measures to keep someone alive, I also believe that this decision should rest with physicians, not with some un-Constitutional fascist bureaucracy whose agenda is to kill as many people as possible without being too obvious, and which is unaccountable in this world. Instead of trying to ration health care, we should be making it more widely available and affordable, while at the same time making it more attractive to those who want to make a career of it, as LaRouche advocates.

"Isis" Un-coded

Despite the significance I've placed on the Cult of Isis, which is at the core of the British Empire, and on the significance of converting words to their numerical equivalents, I never realized the significance of converting "Isis" into its numerical equivalent. When this is done, without combining the individual digits, the result is 9-19-9-19, or 919919. When they're added, the result is 38, i.e. 11, but there are many other interesting combinations as well. So, it would seem that the name was chosen for its numerical significance at least as much as it was chosen for its effect of conferring an aura of a Mystery religion upon this work of the Devil.

Friday, March 26, 2010

No you can't

March 26, 2010 (LPAC)—The early onset of the rainy season is now bringing muck, filth, and mudslide danger to the makeshift tarp-and-tent dwellings of 1.3 million homeless stuck in the rubble in Port-au-Prince and the other towns in the earthquake zone across southern Haiti. "In three months, Haiti will explode," was the evaluation this week, by a senior Haitian leader, of the impossible situation for his countrymen, in which there is no mass evacuation, no Army Corps of Engineers-style emergency- nor rebuilding-measures towards rescuing the helpless and establishing a nation.

This exposes the true "morality" of Barack the Magnificent, behind a media blackout. He's actually taking orders from organized Satanism, which wants to turn Haiti into an open-air Guantanamo Bay. Let him send his kids down there to live for a few months, instead of on highly-publicized fantasy-shopping-sprees through which African-Americans are supposed to live vicariously, to "escape" from their poverty.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Sanctimonious war criminals whine about "threats"

WASHINGTON — Leaders in both parties on Thursday denounced acts of vandalism and threats directed at members of Congress and blamed each other for inciting the violence.
Aside from the Iraqi people, nobody knows what the U.S. military is doing in Iraq better than the soldiers themselves. A new book gives readers vivid and detailed accounts of the devastation the U.S. occupation has brought to Iraq, in the soldiers' own words.

"Winter Soldier Iraq and Afghanistan: Eyewitness Accounts of the Occupation," published by Haymarket Books Tuesday, is a gut-wrenching, historic chronicle of what the U.S. military has done to Iraq, as well as its own soldiers.

Next up: Iran?

Monday, March 22, 2010

The British Empire prepares to add another notch to its belt, as its final act

By Niall Ferguson

The implicit suggestion was that the young American republic of Cole's age would be better served by sticking to its bucolic first principles and resisting the imperial temptations of commerce, conquest, and colonization. [You Yanks would have been better off as British subjects. You just built up everyone's hopes of shaking off the imperial yoke, and made us work harder to bring 'em back to the reality.]
Great powers and empires are, I would suggest, complex systems, made up of a very large number of interacting components that are asymmetrically organized, which means their construction more resembles a termite hill than an Egyptian pyramid. They operate somewhere between order and disorder -- on "the edge of chaos," in the phrase of the computer scientist Christopher Langton. Such systems can appear to operate quite stably for some time; they seem to be in equilibrium but are, in fact, constantly adapting. But there comes a moment when complex systems "go critical." A very small trigger can set off a "phase transition" from a benign equilibrium to a crisis....
Human intelligence itself is a complex system, a product of the interaction of billions of neurons in the central nervous system, or what Charles Sherrington, the pioneering neuroscientist, called "an enchanted loom." [I thought that Darwinism had been debunked several times.]
What is most striking about this history is the speed of the Roman Empire's collapse. In just five decades, the population of Rome itself fell by three-quarters.... What Ward-Perkins calls "the end of civilization" came within the span of a single generation.
In much the same way, the Bourbon monarchy in France passed from triumph to terror with astonishing rapidity. French intervention on the side of the colonial rebels against British rule in North America in the 1770s seemed like a good idea at the time -- a chance for revenge after Great Britain's victory in the Seven Years' War a decade earlier -- but it served to tip French finances into a critical state. In May 1789, the summoning of the Estates-General, France's long-dormant representative assembly, unleashed a political chain reaction that led to a swift collapse of royal legitimacy in France. Only four years later, in January 1793, Louis XVI was decapitated by guillotine. [This "forgets" the role of British Intelligence - the termites of global civilization - in the French "Revolution."]
The sun set on the British Empire almost as suddenly.... Within a decade, the United Kingdom had conceded independence to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Egypt, Eritrea, India, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Madagascar, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. [Actually, all that changed was its form, and it added Washington, D.C. as a colony.]
If empires are complex systems that sooner or later succumb to sudden and catastrophic malfunctions, rather than cycling sedately from Arcadia to Apogee to Armageddon, what are the implications for the United States today? First, debating the stages of decline may be a waste of time -- it is a precipitous and unexpected fall that should most concern policymakers and citizens. Second, most imperial falls are associated with fiscal crises. [He then implies that our only hope of avoiding collapse is to balance the budget - i.e. that the solution to British economic warfare is more of the same.]
Finally, a shift in expectations about monetary and fiscal policy could force a reassessment of future U.S. foreign policy. There is a zero-sum game at the heart of the budgetary process: if interest payments consume a rising proportion of tax revenue, military expenditure is the item most likely to be cut because, unlike mandatory entitlements, it is discretionary.... Defeat in the mountains of the Hindu Kush or on the plains of Mesopotamia has long been a harbinger of imperial fall.
To return to the terminology of Thomas Cole, the painter of The Course of Empire, the shift from consummation to destruction and then to desolation is not cyclical. It is sudden.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

"Global cooling" - a.k.a. depopulation

In the distant past, the crowd of ahrimanic spirits [a group of Satanic angels known as Spirits of Darkness or The Dragon] were also cast down from the spiritual worlds into the earthly realm when they had lost such a battle. After one of these battles, for example, the crowd of ahrimanic spirits populated the earth with the earthly life-forms which the medical profession now calls bacilli.

"In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation."

from Prince Philip's mouth

March 5, 2010 (LPAC)—Reports from around the world indicate that large populations in the developing nations could be under threat of mass starvation in 2010. FAO chief Jacques Diouf told Voice Of America on March 3 that a food crisis is looming. Conditions in the world's grain markets today are similar to those during the food price crisis of 2007-2008, Diouf said. Riots broke out in Kenya and more than 30 other countries in 2007 and 2008 because people could not afford to buy food.
UN experts say that record high energy prices, GROWING DEMAND FOR BIO-FUELS, low grain reserves, and bad weather in producing countries, helped push up prices beginning in 2007.

EIR has made it abundantly clear that the use of food for fuel is insane, such as by pointing out that the manufacturing process uses more energy than it yields; and yet it continues. The demand for biofuels is being artificially created by Prince Philip's "anti-global-warming"/death lobby in order to contribute to food shortages, to drive up the price of food, and to provide an excuse to give a lot of money in the form of government subsidies to those who produce biofuels.

The Eduardo Valseca case: Satanism disguised as kidnapping

On March 5th, Dateline NBC ran a story about the incredible ordeal of Eduardo Valseca. Since there was no transcript as of this writing, I will refer you to the Washington Post's report for some details. Note that the WaPo article doesn't contain any proposals for improving the situation.

One thing that is clear to me about this case is that it wasn't just about getting ransom. If it were, the kidnappers would have targeted much wealthier people. They eventually settled for much less than they originally requested, but not until after putting Valseca through a 7.5-month ordeal of treatment that would make Cheney and Rumsfeld proud of them. I also suspect that one of the motives was to drive the Valsecas out of Mexico and essentially steal their ranch, which is one of the means which Satanists use to control the real estate market. A good example of this is how "our" government is handling the real estate crisis in this country.

But the real key to realizing that it wasn't just about kidnapping is the fact that this activity is rampant in Mexico. If the Mexican government were allowed to pursue these "kidnappers," it would find a way, such as by tracking the bills paid for ransom. Instead, as with bombings in Iraq, it declares that a certain subversive group is probably behind it, and then pretends to investigate.

Probably not coincidentally, "Mexico" is often "officially" shown with three vertical stripes, each the width of two letters, superimposed upon it. It just so happens that the first two letters convert to 9, the second to 6, and the third to 9. Rotate the 9's and you get 666.

Obama's "health care" plan for Haiti

The CDC's brief on dengue hemorrhagic fever also points to the near certainty of mass epidemics and death, if current conditions prevail—as they will, under Obama's thumbs-down decision on relocating up to a million displaced Haitians, as Lyndon LaRouche has demanded.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Establishment "economists" lulling us into a sense of security

The economy lost fewer jobs than expected in February, the government reported Friday, bolstering hopes that a still-sputtering recovery was beginning to gain momentum.

So, despite the fact that the government is doing everything wrong, such as standing by and watching Haitians die, shelling out trillions in exchange for worthless paper, plowing hundreds of billions into a perpetual "war," and cutting payments to the real economy (such as NASA), we're supposed to believe that it's producing good results on the basis of rigged numbers which even the "economists" who might have rigged them claim not to have expected. This is yet another example of how stupid the NYT thinks we are.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Barack the Magnificent tells Haiti to go jump in a cesspool

March 1—On Feb. 22, Lyndon LaRouche called for an immediate mobilization by the United States, for the emergency relocation of up to 1 million Haitians living in virtual cesspool conditions in Port-au-Prince, following the Jan. 12 earthquake, into safe quarters, before the arrival of the rainy season in April. Such a mobilization, which is fully within the capability of the U.S. military, is the only means of avoiding a new round of mass death by disease, he said, and therefore must be done.

Within days of LaRouche's proposal, reliable sources informed EIR that those responsible for responding to the ongoing catastrophe had made just such a proposal to the Obama Administration. The sources reported that the President answered with a resounding "no."

One of my first reactions to the quake was to conclude that we would have to relocate a lot of people to refugee camps, and I kept wondering why it wasn't happening. Well, now we know: Obama has prevented it from happening. He doesn't even have the class to stand before us and lie us into a “war,” like Cheney - he commits his mass murder by secretly issuing an order for the U.S. to sit by and watch Haitians die!

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

It looks like Dr. Doom's 2007 advice is working!

The world’s most powerful investors have been advised to buy farmland, stock up on gold and prepare for a “dirty war” by Marc Faber, the notoriously bearish market pundit, who predicted the 1987 stock market crash.

So much for his predictable "advice" from a couple of years ago:

Monday, September 10 - 2007 at 19:11
My view is that unless the Fed is prepared to accept a vicious recession it has no other option but to bail out the system no matter how unpleasant the consequences will be in the future. The problem is really that in recent years the Fed has never controlled credit growth and that the monster needs now to be fed with even more money and credit growth.

Clearly, Farber is clueless or evil, which is just the sort of person which The Times uses as sources.