Figures often beguile me, particularly when I have the arranging of them myself; in which case the remark attributed to Disraeli would often apply with justice and force: “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.”
– Mark Twain’s Own Autobiography
“Car owners and drivers become prey for police predators. When a police car is in view, the driver feels fear rather than the comfort of protection. There is fear that, like a spider bearing down on a trapped fly, one will become a victim, not only having to pay the citation tax, but having to waste time in traffic school or having the bear the cost of higher insurance payments.” – Eric Schmitt
What historical figure is the city of Washington D.C. named after? That SHOULD be common sense, right? Well, not anymore. Media analyst Mark Dice asks random beachgoers in San Diego who our nation’s Capital is named after and you’ll see their answers are sad and shocking. Many Americans are getting dumber by the day.
Most people who are aware and capable of thought have given up on what is called the “mainstream media.” The presstitutes have destroyed their credibility by helping Washington to lie—“Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction,” “Iranian nukes,” “Assad’s use of chemical weapons,” “Russian invasion of Ukraine,” and so forth. The “mainstream media” has also destroyed its credibility by its complete acceptance of whatever government authorities say about alleged “terrorist events,” such as 9/11 and Boston Marathon Bombing, or alleged mass shootings such as Sandy Hook and San Bernardino. Despite glaring inconsistencies, contradictions, and security failures that seem too unlikely to be believable, the “mainstream media” never asks questions or investigates. It merely reports as fact whatever authorities say.
“Planned obsolescence or built-in obsolescence in industrial design and economics is a policy of planning or designing a product with an artificially limited useful life, so it will become obsolete, that is, unfashionable or no longer functional after a certain period of time. The rationale behind the strategy is to generate long-term sales volume by reducing the time between repeat purchases (referred to as “shortening the replacement cycle”).” wikipedia
“An equally important advantage of a system of planned obsolescence would be its function in providing a new reservoir from which to draw income for the operation of the Government.”
“My proposal would put the entire country on the road to recovery, and eventually restore normal employment conditions and sound prosperity. My suggested remedy would provide a permanent source of income for the Federal Government and would relieve it for all time of the difficulties of balancing its budget. Briefly stated, the essence of my plan for accomplishing these much-to-be-desired-ends is to chart the obsolesce of capital and consumption goods at the time of their production. I would have the Government assign a lease of life to shoes and homes and machines, to all products of manufacture, mining and agriculture, when they are first created, and they would be sold and used within the term of their existence definitely known by the consumer. After the allotted time had expired, these things would be legally “dead” and would be controlled by the duly appointed governmental agency and destroyed if there is widespread unemployment. New products would constantly be pouring forth from the factories and marketplaces, to take the place of the obsolete, and the wheels of industry would be kept going and employment regularized and assured for the masses.”
David Patrick Carter throws out some interesting questions on the topic of the ruling elite in England. He questions the validity of the Queen of England, he links his research to David Icke, Alex Jones and Joel Skousen from the World Affairs Brief. The global population is under attack from the air, the water and the food, we are controlled by the banks and we need to wake up before it is beyond our control.
“A newspaper has three things to do.
One is to amuse, another is to entertain
and the rest is to mislead.” ( Ernest Bevin British Statesman)
No More Fake News
HOW TO ANALYZE THE NEWS AND WHAT GOES ON AROUND YOU
by Joel Skousen
“Critical analysis of current events is a complex process that is not systematized or rigid. All the information you see or gather is, generally, a combination of truth, half-truths, and error. Filtering out the truth begins with finding reliable sources, as well as critically scrutinizing sources that are known to have a specific bias.”
“Give us a protective tariff, and we will have the greatest nation on earth.” Abraham Lincoln
America became prosperous by protecting American entrepreneurs from attacks by enemy governments and their favored business companies.
A subsidy is a “gift” or “grant” of the peoples money by government to a ‘privileged’ few.
America’s trade deficit with China, Japan, Korea, the European Union and rest of the world means that we are transferring huge amounts of our national wealth to other countries. In effect, Americans are being forced to subsidize the economic agendas of foreigners.
“Overall, the United States has accumulated a total trade deficit with the rest of the world of more than 8 trillion dollars since 1975.” (source)
Americans have been duped by NAFTA, GATT and are currently being sold into slavery by the Trans Pacific Partnership
“In 1955, free-trade advocate Dr. Lewis E. Lloyd wrote a book on how eight conditions must be met to have free and fair trade. What he discovered changed his view of free trade, especially in regard to free trade agreements and the welfare of America. Are you in favor of merging America with other countries?” (source)