WHAT'S-HIS-NAME BEATS WHOSIS IN DECISIVE PRESIDENTIAL VICTORY:
| ELECTION 2004:
WHICH CANDIDATE DOESN'T BELONG TO "SKULL & BONES?" |
"CHRISTIAN" SKULL & BONES MEMBER BEATS SOCIALIST SKULL & BONES MEMBER
THE DUMBED-DOWN PUBLIC GOT WHAT THEY VOTED FOR. NOW WHO CAN THEY BLAME THE WAR ON?
THESE NEO-CONS ARE THE SAME BLIND FOOLS WHO THOUGHT THE WAR WAS SO WONDERFUL BACK IN JANUARY 2003. They've bought into it. A lot of us have, too. And, disappointingly, too many "mainstream" Christian factions never listen to the facts when anyone points out that Bush (like Kerry) belongs to at least two Luciferian organizations!
There was no REAL choice, of course. Kerry was just another robot programmed to carry out the globalist agenda. Bush LOOKED better insofar as what he said. Too bad none of it was true. ONE EXAMPLE: Bush said in one of the debates that no American would appear before the U.N. World Court if he were re-elected. Click Here for the ACTUAL story on that! Immigration also: Only a week or so after his reelection Bush is pushing a bill that would essentially make all illegal immigrants LEGAL immigrants. The Bush supporters I've talked to say they haven't heard of it even though it's been widely reported.
One real problem is that in the mainstream Christian community there's a belief that electing a professing Christian to political office is MANDATORY if you want to stay out of hell. The fear of hell makes them overlook EVERYTHING else that's wrong with that particular candidate: This explains so much of int inexplicable loyalty to Bush no matter what horrible facts are made known about him and his policies.
Lest this be mistaken for a "pro Kerry" diatribe, rest easy: Kerry belongs to the same "covens" that Bush does, and he would carry out the same globalist policies as Bush - IN SPADES - and add a $1.50 per gallon gasoline tax on top of it all! The only candidate who represented Christian, and generally decent, Constitutional values was Michael Paroutka of the Constitution Party, a "third-party" candidate with no chance to win (in fact, his early campaign rhetoric reminded me of a Pat Paulsen comedy bit from the 1968 Presidential race: "If nominated, I will not run; if elected, I will not serve!") All I could justify doing in this election was to make a "conscience vote" for Paroutka.
Poetic justice would have those Bush supporters getting THEIR butts drafted by their precious Police State Government. Are the rest of us supposed to suffer just because of the uninformed - but emotional - electorate in this country who let themselves be hypnotized by persuasive rhetoric that would indeed be over the heads of the very candidates they have voted for?
All one can do is TRY to inform one's friends and neighbors of the facts. If they're intent on screwing up the world after that, what's left to say?
They, the phony election, and the Police State laws that they're pushing, have now started the war between good and evil. The idiots are forcing the good people of the world into fighting them. Or are we to sacrifice our lives fighting for make believe wars that please their cartoonish ideas of foreign policy - and grieve God with reckless killing, seizure of private land, farms, businesses, sexual crimes & tortures on prisoners arrested for defending their homeland?
Nazi Germany had always been held up as an example of a situation where the civilians were expected (somehow) to know the government was wrong and to have done something (?) to stop it. (I suppose a coalition of German civilian bowling teams was supposed to overthrow the Gestapo). A study of WWII Germany reveals that the German public were informed of their military's exploits in the most heroic of contexts. Now we hear of atrocities against civilians, that Americans questioning the government are automatically "terrorists" - and that "terrorists" can have ANYTHING done against them without trial. So: all of you who had the great advice for the civilians living in Nazi Germany: Where do you stand NOW? You're brave enough to speak against a Holocaust that took place in the past in another country: what do you say of the unconstitutional actions happening NOW right in front of your noses?
The answer is that there IS no answer: that is, politically. The media have succeeded in turning the public into a mass of confused and frightened reactionaries with barely a thread of rationality left to govern their thoughts. And it was intended to be no less.
But there is AN answer: spiritually. Live moment to moment, seek out God's will for each chaotic situation, repent and stand in the Blood of the Anointed Jesus: ...And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony... (Revelation 12:11) We need to live in the Kingdom of God to endure this, to stand strong in this hour, and not give in to the confusion of the godless world.
A Prayer for Authorities:
(The Good, The Bad, & The Tyrannical)
Father God, in the name of the Anointed Jesus, I intercede for those in worldly authority: those who effect government policy politically (presidents, prime ministers, representatives, etc.), financially (world bankers, Federal Reserve shareholders and board members, etc.), and militarily.
I ask that You impress Your will upon the minds and spirits of those in authority. Should any of them be resistant to your will, I ask that You place ministering spirits (angels) as a guard and a "hedge" between the actions of those ungodly authorities and we, Your people, in the name of Jesus: so that we may carry out your will without intrusion and live peaceable and productive lives, according to Your will (1 Timothy 2:2).
• DEALING WITH UNGODLY "AUTHORITIES" The Hidden Meaning of "Romans 13"
•MANAGING THE "ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT" - Taking Authority Over Tyranny
© Hank McIntyre
Skull and Bones Wins 2004 Election. Tyranny Wins.
[From: http://www.infowars.com/print/election/tyranny_wins.htm ]
November 3, 2004
The Republicans now have a record majority in the House and the Senate, seven of the nine members of the Supreme Court were appointed by Republicans, a large majority of our States' Governors are Republicans, and George Bush is now a lame duck who is not facing re-election.
What does this mean? It means that, to all the smirking neo-con masses who are celebrating Bush's win, Bush now has no excuse but to repeal unconstitutional gun laws, to stop calling for amnesty , to control our borders, to pull out of UNESCO, and to stop the Free Trade Area of the Americas that is the Pan-American Union.
Don't hold your breath. We've seen an explosion in the size of the government and a record loss of American freedom. I predict it's only going to accelerate. Tens of millions of beady-eyed, dumbed-down, neo-con, neo-communist Republicans will hail it all because they associate their personal power with George Bush and don't give a damn about their children or this country.
The Republicans now have strong control over all three branches of the Federal Government and the States, but instead of seeing a new age of conservatism, we're going to see a new age of the Police State. Government will get bigger and bigger and the Patriot Act 2 and the National ID will be rammed through Congress.
[From: http://www.infowars.com/print/election/diebold_committed.htm ]
Diebold CEO in Ohio 'Committed to Delivering Election to Bush'
Cleveland Plain Dealer | Re-posted November 3 2004
COLUMBUS - The head of a company vying to sell voting machines in Ohio told Republicans in a recent fund-raising letter that he is "committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year."
The Aug. 14 letter from Walden O'Dell, chief executive of Diebold Inc. - who has become active in the re-election effort of President Bush - prompted Democrats this week to question the propriety of allowing O'Dell's company to calculate votes in the 2004 presidential election.
O'Dell attended a strategy pow-wow with wealthy Bush benefactors - known as Rangers and Pioneers - at the president's Crawford, Texas, ranch earlier this month. The next week, he penned invitations to a $1,000-a-plate fund-raiser to benefit the Ohio Republican Party's federal campaign fund - partially benefiting Bush - at his mansion in the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington.
The letter went out the day before Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, also a Republican, was set to qualify Diebold as one of three firms eligible to sell upgraded electronic voting machines to Ohio counties in time for the 2004 election.
Blackwell's announcement is still in limbo because of a court challenge over the fairness of the selection process by a disqualified bidder, Sequoia Voting Systems.
In his invitation letter, O'Dell asked guests to consider donating or raising up to $10,000 each for the federal account that the state GOP will use to help Bush and other federal candidates - money that legislative Democratic leaders charged could come back to benefit Blackwell.
They urged Blackwell to remove Diebold from the field of voting-machine companies eligible to sell to Ohio counties.
This is the second such request in as many months. State Sen. Jeff Jacobson, a Dayton-area Republican, asked Blackwell in July to disqualify Diebold after security concerns arose over its equipment.
"Ordinary Ohioans may infer that Blackwell's office is looking past Diebold's security issues because its CEO is seeking $10,000 donations for Blackwell's party - donations that could be made with statewide elected officials right there in the same room," said Senate Democratic Leader Greg DiDonato.
Diebold spokeswoman Michelle Griggy said O'Dell - who was unavailable to comment personally - has held fund-raisers in his home for many causes, including the Columbus Zoo, Op era Columbus, Catholic Social Services and Ohio State University.
Ohio GOP spokesman Jason Mauk said the party approached O'Dell about hosting the event at his home, the historic Cotswold Manor, and not the other way around. Mauk said that under federal campaign finance rules, the party cannot use any money from its federal account for state- level candidates.
"To think that Diebold is somehow tainted because they have a couple folks on their board who support the president is just unfair," Mauk said.
Griggy said in an e-mail statement that Diebold could not comment on the political contributions of individual company employees.
Blackwell said Diebold is not the only company with political connections - noting that lobbyists for voting-machine makers read like a who's who of Columbus' powerful and politically connected.
"Let me put it to you this way: If there was one person uniquely involved in the political process, that might be troubling," he said. "But there's no one that hasn't used every legitimate avenue and bit of leverage that they could legally use to get their product looked at. Believe me, if there is a political lever to be pulled, all of them have pulled it."
Blackwell said he stands by the process used for selecting voting machine vendors as fair, thorough and impartial.
As of yesterday, however, that determination lay with Ohio Court of Claims Judge Fred Shoemaker.
He heard closing arguments yesterday over whether Sequoia was unfairly eliminated by Blackwell midway through the final phase of negotiations.
Shoemaker extended a temporary restraining order in the case for 14 days, but said he hopes to issue his opinion sooner than that.