Is Christian subculture an abomination of the worship of capitalism?

•June 12, 2014 • Leave a Comment

This book argues that it is:  Corporate Logos: Consumerism and the Growth of Apostasy

www.smashwords.com/books/view/436934

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Televangelists as well as others exploit people in God’s name, and Christian subculture’s one dimensional emphasis on “prosperity” definitely lends support to this view.  In scriptures such as Luke 12:15 and 1 Timothy 6:10 we are warned of apostates who turned away from their faith for love of money.  Is modern religion based on consumerist propaganda and consumption? 

project Monarch: real white slavery

•June 7, 2011 • Leave a Comment

monarch

What do Marilyn Monroe, Candy Jones, Cathy O’Brien and Brice Taylor all
have in common? They were all Monarch sex slaves. We’ve all heard references
to white slavery in films and books but eyewitness testimony proves that
it is all too real. Watch the video links below and see for yourself that
Lady Gaga isn’t the only government hooker

Many of these mind control techniques are used on the general population,
just not in the concentrated form that can be done to a Monarch slave.
You and I experience similar programming through drugs, education, and the
mass media. Mind control techniques are also used by advertising to convince us
to go into debt ( slavery ) for things we don’t really want or need.

You tube video here and below

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<img src="” alt=”project Monarch / Mk Ultra” />

the value of a good education

•April 27, 2010 • Leave a Comment

100 years of social engineering

Do you think the government is doing a good job of educating your child? You
may think differently after reading this. John Gatto, who has won awards for excellence
as a teacher, had this to say about our education system in his books:

” John Taylor Gatto, who was a New York City public school teacher for thirty years,
becoming both New York City Teacher of the Year and New York State Teacher of the Year
a total of four times combined, had the following to say on pgs. xxxv-xxxvi of his
groundbreaking 1992 book entitled Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of
Compulsory Schooling:
“I began to wonder, reluctantly, whether it was possible that being in school itself was
what was dumbing [the students] down. Was it possible I had been hired not to enlarge
children’s power, but to diminish it? That seemed crazy on the face of it, but slowly I
began to realize that the bells and the confinement, the crazy sequences, the age segregation,
the lack of privacy, the constant surveillance, and all the rest of the national
curriculum of schooling were designed exactly as if someone had set out to prevent
children from learning how to think and act, to coax them into addiction and dependent
behavior.”
Gatto further explained on pg. 154 of his 2003 book, The Underground History of
American Education, the reasons why someone wanted the children dumbed down:
“Faced with the problem of dangerous educated adults, what could be more natural than a
factory to produce safely stupefied children? You’ve already seen that the system has only
limited regard for brainy people, so nothing is lost productively in dumbing down and
leveling the mass population, even providing a dose of the same for ‘gifted and talented’
children. And much can be gained in social efficiency. What motive could be more
‘humane’ than the wish to defuse the social the social dynamite positive science was endlessly
casting off as a byproduct of its’ success?”

” Experience has proven that the simplest method of securing a silent weapon and gaining
control of the public is to keep the public undisciplined and ignorant of basic systems
principles on the one hand, while keeping them confused, disorganized, and distracted
with matters of no real importance.
This is achieved by:
1. Disengaging their minds, sabotaging their mental activities, by providing a lowquality
program of public education in mathematics, logic, systems design, and
economics, and by discouraging technical creativity.
2. Engaging their emotions, increasing their self-indulgence and their indulgence in
emotional and physical activities, by:
a. Unrelenting emotional affronts and attacks (mental and emotional rape) by
way of a constant barrage of sex, violence, and wars in the media —
especially on the TV and in the newspapers.
b. Giving them what they desire — in excess — junk food for thought — and
by depriving them of what they really need.
3. Rewriting history and law and subjecting the public to the deviant creation, thus
being able to shift their thinking from personal needs to highly fabricated outside
priorities.

These preclude their interest in and discovery of the silent weapons of social automation
technology. The general rule is that there is profit in confusion; the more confusion, the
more profit. Therefore, the best approach is to create problems and then offer the
solutions [emphasis mine].
• MEDIA: Keep the adult public attention diverted away from the real social issues,
and captivated by matters of no real importance.
• SCHOOLS: Keep the young public ignorant of real mathematics, real economics, real
law, and real history.
• ENTERTAINMENT: Keep the public entertainment below a sixth-grade level.
• WORK: Keep the public busy, busy, busy, with no time to think — back on the farm
with the other animals.”

What we’re talking about here is social engineering, most of the problems of today’s
society have been planned, created, and implemented through our education system.
It is really no accident that children get very little time with their parents to be
taught values or skills, and why old people are hidden away and clustered together,
isolated in wrinkle ranches, and why we are constantly bombarded with useless
distractions, like which celebrity is cheating on their partner.
If we really lived in a democracy, no books would be banned, but there is an
ever growing list of banned books by David Icke and many others.

outsourcing: the real reason for a jobless recovery

•March 17, 2010 • Leave a Comment

once u kill a cow, u gotta make a burger - lady gaga

Outsourcing has created a boom in india’s economy and
China is now the no 2 economy in the world, just passing japan
In India and China, the middle class is growing rapidly while in North
America it is shrinking just as fast. People come to north america to
get rich and then send the money home, this is killing our economy.

Even though unemployment is maintaining record highs over 10%, North
American employers are vigorously recruiting foreign skilled
workers and the US government is even giving them special visas
to do the work of American professionals, but much cheaper.
Supermarkets plan to follow the trend set in Japan and the UK: cashierless
checkouts with card swipe machines, even the US military, one of the
biggest employers in the world is planning to use robots instead of
soldiers for more tasks. What does all this mean for
north Americans whose manufacturing jobs lost in recent years?
It means not only are those jobs not coming back but we are
losing many more. We will have to get used to living in world with
high unemployment, the percentage of people on UI is 10% now,
not including those who are self employed or their benefits have
run out, that adds at least another 3- 5 % percent, meaning the
real unemployment rates are hovering around 15 % and not showing any
signs of decreasing. In Japan, and now British Columbia, grocery stores
are cutting back on employees ( cashiers ) by putting in card swipe
machines, and the new trend in virtualization shows signs of greatly
reducing IT jobs as well. Not enough jobs are being created to even
make dent in the layoffs and losses. We should expect in the future to
live in a world of 20 -25 % unemployment. The high paying unionized
manufacturing jobs we are losing are being replaced with low paying
service industry jobs, these are the jobs of the future. Keep in mind
also that recessions ( and we will likely have many more ) push wages down
and once inflation rises again we will be back in the situation we were
in before with profesionals like teachers and tradesmen having to
work second jobs to pay the bills because the cost of living is rising
so high, only with high unemployment. The average middle class family
with two incomes makes $54,000 a year, in the 1970’s the same
family earned $56,000 per year ( adjusted for inflation). In the 1940’s
and 1950 ‘s a loaf of bread cost 10 cents, today a loaf of bread costs
$3.00 – in other words 300 % inflation. Since 1963 inflation has been
rising very rapidly, shown by the fact that in 1964 the USA took all
the silver out of its coins ( devaluing the currency), Canada did the
same in 1968. Before 1963, inflation didn’t increase as fast as it
does now in a hundred years, that was the sign of a very stable
economy. A loaf of bread had been the same price for over 50
years, now prices increase every two or three.

What are the main reasons for this, you may ask, other than greed,
the answer is globalism. The International Monetary Fund
and World Bank are globalist organizations increasing world poverty
with their globalist agendas, why else would they stop programs
that work like skills training and sending farm equipment to developing
nations to give them handouts of food aid instead to keep the poor
begging and dependent instead of being able to provide for themselves.
Remember, outsourcing is another gift to us from the globalists, as if
inflation, and poverty weren’t already enough, in their bid to make
everyone equal by shrinking the middle class.

At least for now, Lady Gaga doesn’t have to worry about her job
being outsourced

lady gaga

Broken promises: Vanished pensions at Nortel

•January 5, 2010 • Leave a Comment

no future for nortel

Another case of corporate greed is upon us as Nortel executives get their
hands caught in the cookie jar; the employee’s pension fund
mysteriously disappears after top dogs reward themselves ludicrous
bonuses for driving the company into bankruptcy. These execs are
so greedy and incompetent they should be moving on to jobs at Government Motors.
Why should we punish employees who gave years of good service
to their company and followed all the rules? At this rate, we have to wonder,
will anybody have a pension left when they retire? If Nortel execs escape consequences,
more execs at other corporations could raid their pension funds and then declare
bankruptcy. At the least, this shows us the Canadian way of the last 30 years:
strings of empty promises we have no intention of keeping is coming back to haunt us,
as management now realize they can be “deadbeat dads” as well as their employees

Ontario attacks Big Tobacco

•October 15, 2009 • Leave a Comment

cigarette dangles

The Ontario government is suing tobacco companies
for health care costs. It’s about time, this could be
a landmark case in Canada, and the Quebec government
is already thinking about following suit.

Tobacco firms have passed the health costs of their products
on to taxpayers for the last 60+ years, it’s time to
make the guilty pay. British Columbia has already filed a similar
suit and the court case will soon be underway. In the
USA tobacco firms have lost a similar case and have
agreed to pay $246 billion over a 25 year period to
cover health care costs due to smoking related illnesses.
Tobacco use costs the world billions every year. It’s time
to attack Big Tobacco, they’ve already profited enough
from those dead and dying of cancer.

butt out

Government Motors

•July 17, 2009 • Leave a Comment

2012 caddy

After billions of dollars in taxpayers’ money to prevent GM filing for
bankruptcy, GM has spent the last month in bankruptcy court. After
taking two huge handouts from the taxpayers to avoid filing for
bankruptcy, GM immediately hides in the court
restructuring program, which it could have done 8 months ago
without defrauding taxpayers of their money. The government
now owns 80% of GM, hence the appropriate name – Government
Motors.

Why should consumers be expected to pay for a new GM truck,
as we already paid for one and didn’t get it. For the CEO and
board of directors incompetence, consumers have to pay twice
to buy a GM vehicle. Rick Wagoner, the former CEO, should be
in a cell next to Bernie Madof, since he was planning to keep
taking handout money without making the needed changes -
downsizing the company. Now billions of dollars have been
poured into GM that could have been used to help small businesses
that really need help and are worth saving, but thanks to
GM and AIG the USA is now in a budget deficit of 1 trillion dollars,
and now unable to hand out any more corporate welfare money.

 
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