Saturday, July 30, 2011

Ron Paul

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by Morley Evans

Ron Paul has the courage to say, "We are bankrupt." Empires have often been terminated by financial debacles rather than by military defeats. There are many examples of both. "The debt will be paid with [more] debased money." Bernanke is printing money like crazy, ever-more T-Bills are being hawked, prices are rising, but not fast enough for the Federal Reserve Chairman, Wall Street or the President and Democrats. The invincible American empire — "We have never lost a war." — is doomed (good riddance) and the world will change. Soon.

Thursday, July 28, 2011


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by Morley Evans

God is good:
Love protected me in Hell. My life was saved. Strength, health and years lost have been restored abundantly. Justice will be done.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Norwegian Unabomber

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by Morley Evans

Anders Breivik

The recent terrorism in Norway turns out NOT to be the work of Islamic terrorists, although an "Islamic terrorist group" no one ever heard of immediately claimed responsibility. Gee, I wonder if it could have been MI-6 or the CIA who came up with that one? In fact, it was a right-wing Norwegian Unabomber who decided he needed to stir up a new Crusade against the perennial enemy of "Christianity".

People here need to look in the mirror. They need to know what "our heroes" are really doing in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Pakistan. They need to look at the lies. I can recommend Rogue State Third Edition by William Blum. You can buy it from Amazon or directly from Bill's website with PayPal.

Here is a 25-minute interview on Radio with John Tirman from MIT:

Muslims here and everywhere need to defend themselves. They need to help getting out the word. They can start by finding out what is going on. They don't necessarily know by being Muslims. We don't necessarily know by being Christians. The problem is not that Muslims are not nice enough. The problem is that people believe the lies they are told. You can start learning what's happening with one of my own articles:

Iraq had a population of 25,175,000 in 2003, according to the United Nations. Iraq was the world's third largest major oil producer after Saudi Arabia and Iran. Iraq has been destroyed. Iraq no longer appears as an oil producer. Have you wondered why oil prices are through the roof? Sectarian hatred has been stirred up and Iraq has been turned into a slaughter house. Not counting the first Gulf War (1990-91) and the sanctions that followed, or the eight-year war with Iran (1980 to 1988) which we promoted, ONE MILLION have been killed, almost TWO MILLION have been seriously injured and over FIVE MILLION have been made refugees since George W. Bush invaded Iraq in 2003.


You cannot say, "Oh well, it's all their own fault." It is our fault. What happened in Norway the other day is Blowback that resulted from the lies we and the Norwegian Unabomber believe — lies told by our "leaders" and drummed into our heads by their lying media.

I could get VERY ANGRY. You should be outraged. People should know the truth.

Friday, July 22, 2011

European Economies

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by Morley Evans

At the end of the 19th century, Great Britain was worried about the new country that Bismarck had created out of the ancient Holy Roman Empire which Napoleon had destroyed at the beginning of the 19th century.

Today, Germany is where it would have been had World Wars I and II never happened. Once the world's dominant economic and military power, today Great Britain (so-named by James I, 1603-1625) is behind Germany and France and slightly ahead of Italy which is followed by Russia.

The United Kingdom has been playing the very junior partner to the United States in world domination since 1945. Taken as a whole, Europe's economy today is much larger than the United States, despite having been devastated by two world wars, Soviet Communism and living under the American thumb since WW II.

The twentieth century — history's greatest bloodbath by far — was a complete waste of resources, energy, time and lives, proving nothing is gained by war and emphasizing that crime does not pay. War has become the dominant industry of the United States of America as other industries (and jobs) have left for more competitive countries (such as China, Japan and even lowly Mexico) while prideful Washington lives on borrowed funds and borrowed time as it continues to play the losing game of global bully.


Saturday, July 16, 2011

Focus on Mexico

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by Morley Evans

Are you tired of winter? Oh sure, it's summer now. In a few weeks summer will be over. You do remember winter, don't you? Brrr... Winter goes on and on. Maybe it's time to take a look at Mexico.

Chinese Professor

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by Morley Evans

These chilling words, "so, now they work for us," should wake up everyone, but they won't, I'm afraid. The novocaine we have been fed by our "leaders" is too strong.

Will their empire be worse (for us) than our empire was for them? Will they have an empire? The Chinese, Japanese, Indians, South Koreans, Russians, Germans and the rest didn't win by having an empire. Our empire defeated them all for hundreds of years. Our military is still "unbeatable". We still control everything: the world's politics, media, culture, technology and money. How could we loose? We are losing — and we will lose everything soon — because others produce high quality stuff and sell it to everyone for lower prices than we do. We buy their stuff ourselves. That is how we got on top in the first place — not by building the best killing machines. We aren't even winning in Afghanistan or Iraq. What is our military prowess worth? Why do they hate us?

They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore. — Isaiah 2:4 & Micah 4:3

A few years ago, everyone was worried about the Japanese. They were buying Rockefeller Center and Hawaii. The Japanese bought Pebble Beach Golf Course. More accurately, Americans were selling these things to Japanese people — for ridiculous prices, we might add. The Japanese were setting up car factories and hiring Americans and Canadians, without the unions. Everyone was talking about "Japanese management," unaware that a manager from Ford had reorganized and rescued Mazda and Ford had become Mazda's largest shareholder.

No one has a lock on good management, good products and hard work.

How would we survive under the Japanese overlords everyone wondered? Didn't we smash them in World War II? How did they rise up out of the grave we put them in? They work. They make great stuff and sell it to everyone for low prices. Now we are worried about the Chinese. Why?

We will get up again the same way we got up before. We will make great stuff and sell it for great prices. Steve Jobs at Apple should be our model. Who is this Obama person? Obama and everyone in Washington is a joke, except Rep. Ron Paul and his son, Sen. Rand Paul. Stop listening to the others. They have nothing to offer. Do not support the Pentagon, the CIA or their goons. Do not support war and warmongers.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Who Owns It?

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by Morley Evans

Who owns it, you or them?

With the emergence of state level civilization in Egypt about 5,000 years ago, this question has been fundamental to social organization. Do people with more power get to take whatever they want from people without power?

When they can get away with it, rulers and their friends usually conclude they own everything, including the people they rule.

Democratic countries are supposedly organized to empower the people. In democracies, the rulers supposedly work for the ruled who can elect new rulers when they are unhappy with the old rulers.

Majority rule and elections are problematic themselves and democracy does not alter the fundamental premise of state level civilization which is that the rulers own everything, including the people they rule.

Democracy offers ballots rather than bullets. Elections fundamentally are still civil wars. The entire messy business from elections and gang warfare to world war can be collected under the term "politics".

Whenever law prevails, the question of who has the most power is irrelevant and Who Owns It? becomes paramount. Law always chooses rightful ownership over power, except when "politics" has its thumb on the scales of justice.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


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by Morley Evans

Below, is a chart from an article on the United States public debt [1] that shows the estimated ownership of Federal Securities. To whom does the United States owe money?

The chart shows Other investors (4%), Insurance companies, State and local governments (Pensions), U.S. Savings bonds, Depository institutions, Mutual funds (6%), State and local governments (5%), Foreign and international (28%), Federal Reserve and Intragovernmental Holdings (47%).

Foreign investors (Japan and China own half of this) and the Federal Reserve own 75% of the debt and everybody else owns 25% of the debt. The Fed owns approximately half of all U.S. Debt.

Everyone but the Federal Reserve, including Foreign investors, buys U.S. Federal Securities with U.S. dollars they get when they build widgets and sell them for more than it cost to make them. The government pays interest to investors who have purchased U.S. Securities.

Where does the Federal Reserve get the dollars it uses to buy U.S. Securities which are used (along with taxes) to fund the United States government? Does the Federal Reserve make widgets? What does the Federal Reserve do? [2] Does the Fed create dollars out of thin air and then loan them to the United States government?

The Federal Reserve is an unbelievably complicated system so what it is doing is concealed in plain sight, but the answer to the last question is yes. 

Selling more debt to pay the interest on what has already been sold — and to pay for even more spending — is a Ponzi scheme. Creating money out of thin air is counterfeiting. The world's financial system — not its economy — is based on this criminal operation which appears to be out of control and approaching collapse. Could we not have honest money?

Monday, July 11, 2011

Timothy Geithner

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by Morley Evans

Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury. Does he look worried? He should look worried.


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by Morley Evans

Worried about your cholesterol? Read my story and find out what doctors and pharmaceutical companies did to me.

Depraved HYPERCHOLESTEROLMANIA is on deposit at Library and Archives Canada.
AMICUS No. 39060851 Monograph
Canadiana:  20110072855 
ISBN:  9780973482317

Here is a preview:

You will discover that I was tortured for eight years and nearly killed when my cholesterol was lowered with Statin Drugs. You will learn that my doctors ignored my "Adverse Drug Reaction" to Zocor® and Lipitor® and that Canadian officials and agencies who are responsible for the health and safety of Canadians AND THE MEDIA could not care less.

Bad doctors and pharmaceutical companies are completely protected in Canada, placing you at risk. The Canadian health care system is collapsing around our ears while it consumes more than everything else combined. Today, patients come last in Canada while doctors, pharmaceutical companies, nurses, hospital administrators, janitors and maintenance workers, government bureaucrats, the lawyers and judges who protect them, and the architects, engineers, suppliers and construction companies who build, equip, renovate and demolish hospitals come first, not you. Wake up!

Worried about your cholesterol? You should be worried about Canada and what goes on here.

Friday, July 8, 2011

The Tube

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by Morley Evans

My Motto is "If I can understand it, anyone can understand it." If they don't understand, I'll see what I can do to explain it better.

Mr. Harry Beck, who designed the schematic diagram of the London Underground may have had the same motto as me. Beck was a worker in the underground railway system who designed his masterpiece in his spare time. He was paid 5 guineas for his work in 1933 (less than $10). He was inspired by the underground sewer system. Hundreds of millions of travellers around the world have found Beck's way of seeing things very helpful. Topographic maps of the Tube have been used ever since and have been copied by systems around the world.

2011 Official Tube Map

Possibly millions of people are like Mr. Beck. They are history's unsung heroes. Unlike most of them, Mr. Beck got credit for his creation which hangs in a museum. The others to whom we owe a debt remain invisible.

Despite receiving the lion's share, giant organizations like universities, billion dollar corporations, government mega-projects and blue ribbon research agencies rarely discover much. Yet they claim problems today are too big for anyone small. Of course they claim that.

The Wright brothers (flight), Alexander Fleming (penicillin), Steve Jobs (personal computers) and Nicola Tesla (electricity) are perfect examples of individuals triumphing where giant organizations failed. Isaac Newton (physics), Copernicus (astronomy), and Marco Polo (exploration) were not members of leading organizations. Einstein did his best work in his spare time working as a clerk in the Swiss patent office.

Some people are greatly rewarded for their contributions, others are not. Position, wealth and power are won by those who are adept at acquiring them. Winning these (and fame too) requires skills which may not include virtue and intelligence, yet the young are taught that good ideas and good morals are most important if they want to succeed and become rich and famous. These are most important but they may not lead to "success".

It is always important to work at things that will lead to one's goals.

It is true that many, perhaps most, "leaders" are idiots. They succeed by acquiring and keeping power — which is the support of many, not by having the best ideas or being virtuous. Once, the best fighters in hand-to-hand combat became the leaders — exactly like lions. Today, advanced weapons level the field of combat and "politics" is what matters. Of course "politics" has been important for a long time, look at Alexander, Qin Shi Huang, Caesar, and Genghis Khan. 

The best ideas and the best people do not necessarily rise to the top. Some good things and some good people are stuffed down the tube.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Stay the Course

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by Morley Evans

Isaiah 56:1, 6-8
56:1 Thus says the LORD: Maintain justice, and do what is right, for soon my salvation will come, and my deliverance be revealed.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Look On The Bright Side

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by Morley Evans

Look On The Bright Side, they say. Why be a grump?

I agree. I look on the bright side while I look at the dark side. Most of the evil in the world would not be happening if we stayed at home and looked on the bright side while we worked to make a better world. But that is not what we do. Instead, we believe the lies our "leaders" tell us and we support their crimes.

In the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies the news media brought disturbing stories into our living rooms. They told us about people like Medgar Evers, and events like Kent State. They reported from the War in Vietnam on the nightly news. They looked into the scummy things that nice people don't talk about at parties. The Pentagon Papers and Daniel Ellsberg were very big news. But things changed. The media was anesthetized so nothing like the Watergate investigation could ever happen again. You were anesthetized.

During those years DARPA created the Internet. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is an agency of the Department of Defence (which before some reorganization was called the Department of War prior to 1949). Today the Internet is the only free media left. You are reading this because it is published on the Internet. Someday, they will figure out how to shut it down, or reverse what it says, the same way they shut down the New York Times, the Washington Post, CBS, NBC, ABC and the rest.

If you are reading this Blog, cast your eyes to the left and you will see a daily report by Margaret Griffis about the daily death toll in Iraq. Her report is there most every day, day after day after day.

Monday: 22 Iraqis Killed, 58 Wounded - Margaret Griffis

You do not have a right to ignore this. This is happening because you are ignoring it. This did not happen when Saddam Hussein was the dictator. This started happening when we bombed and invaded Iraq. By-the-way, Saddam was a CIA asset before he became Public Enemy Number One. When Saddam was gone, Bin Laden became Public Enemy Number One. He once was a CIA asset too.

Here is today's bad news, if you are still asleep you are Public Enemy Number One. So wake up! This is happening because you are asleep. Look on the bright side while you look at the dark side. You will make the world a better place.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Strategic Air Command

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by Morley Evans

This was our plan for peace after World War II. Everyone would be peaceful, or else. We still have the same plan.

"Peace Is Our Profession"
After WW II, strategic bombing was promoted as an alternative to the Army, so the USAAF could become a separate service, the USAF, with its own budget. Modern warfare would be waged from the air, saving (our) lives. Airmen would strike the enemy from the sky with "bolts", like Zeus. Today, they are planning to kill people walking down the street FROM OUTER SPACE with "pinpoint accuracy".,_1st_Baronet