Tuesday, September 25, 2012


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by Morley Evans

A Wonderful Compilation of Essential Truths:

If God wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates.
~ Jay Leno

The problem with political jokes is they get elected.
~ Henry Cate, VII

We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office.
~ Aesop

If we got one-tenth of what was promised to us in these State of the Union speeches, there wouldn't be any inducement to go to heaven.
~ Will Rogers

Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river.
~ Nikita Khrushchev

When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I'm beginning to believe it.
~ Clarence Darrow

Politicians are people who, when they see light at the end of the tunnel, go out and buy some more tunnel.
~ John Quinton

Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other.
~ Oscar Ameringer

I offer my opponents a bargain: if they will stop telling lies about us, I will stop telling the truth about them.
~ Adlai Stevenson, campaign speech, 1952

A politician is a fellow who will lay down your life for his country.
~ Tex Guinan

I have come to the conclusion that politics is too serious a matter to be left to the politicians.
~ Charles de Gaulle

Instead of giving a politician the keys to the city, it might be better to change the locks.
~ Doug Larson


Wednesday, September 19, 2012

We Stole It

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S.I. Hayakawa

S. I. Hayakawa, Canadian-born, Republican Senator for California, English professor and wit, summed up the position of our Anglo-American Empire over the past 1,000 years with:

"We should keep the Panama Canal. After all, we stole it fair and square."

Monday, September 17, 2012

Nuclear Power Is Out

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by Morley Evans

Japan Pulls The Plug On Nuclear Power

Japan Pulls The Plug On Nuclear Power
Sometimes, it takes a disaster to open people’s eyes. For Japan, it took and earthquake, tsunami and continuous nuclear fallout. The Japanese government announced Friday that it intends to stop using nuclear power by the 2030s. Many say this dramatic shift is the result of public concerns about safety following the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which experts have called the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.
Since the Fukushima fallout, the effects of the radiation leak have been widespread and varied, from mutant butterflies to tests that suggest Japanese youth are already showing signs of internal radiation exposure. Immediately following the disaster, Japanese officials ordered inspections of all nuclear reactors, and started to look more seriously atsolar and geothermal energy.
Now, it appears that the current administration, which has lost favor with the constituency, is ready to pull the plug completely. To make up for the lost power, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, intends to triple the share of renewable power to 30 percent of Japan’s energy mix. However, a policy statement admits that the country will remain a top importer of oil, coal and gas for the foreseeable future.
It may just be political posturing, a way to engender goodwill and votes among an electorate that’s more enthusiastic about renewable energy, but in this case, the end may justify the means. Still, if Noda fails to get re-elected, there’s fear that the plan to phase out nuclear may be reversed. Critics say taking all nuclear power plants off line will lead to painful increases in the cost of electricity.
According to Reuters, all but two of Japan’s nuclear 50 reactors are idled for safety checks and the government plans to allow restarts of units taken off line after the disaster if they are deemed safe by a new atomic regulator. The move follows suit with Germany which last year announced a plan to shut down all of its nuclear power plants by 2022.

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Saturday, September 15, 2012


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by Morley Evans

Why are people who think they are Christians so far off the bag from what Jesus taught? Christians have been hearing the message more-or-less unchanged every Sunday for almost 2,000 years. Here's a clue: The Christians were fairly confused for about 300 years after Jesus was crucified. The people running the Jewish religion booted the Christians out of the Synagogues. The Romans began to scapegoat the Christians and feed them to lions. Christians were doing strange things themselves — like flagellation and castrating themselves. I'm not making this up. Then one day, Constantine, a Roman general, was on his way to fight a battle to decide if he would become the next emperor. Looking up, the story goes, he saw a cross on the sun and these words in the sky, "By this sign, you will conquer." (I was always told not to look at the sun.) So Constantine had his legionnaires paint crosses on their shields. They defeated their opponents who may have been wondering, "What the ding dong is this?" and Constantine became the Emperor for life. I'm not making this up. Constantine was so happy about becoming emperor, he made Christianity the religion of the Roman Empire. The Romans were not very fussy about anybody's religion. People could do whatever they wanted. The Romans only got upset with people who challenged the State. The Christians, however, were extremely concerned about what religion people practiced. They made sure they would never lose the power they now enjoyed. They decided which Books of the Bible were in the canon and which books were out. They created exactly what Jesus condemned — an established hierarchical church. Constantine founded Constantinople on the site of the ancient Greek city, Byzantium. The Emperor was the head of the Christian Church. The headquarters of the Orthodox Christian Church is still in Constantinople — which has been called Istanbul since the Ottoman Turks, who were Muslims, took over in 1453.

This was a rocky start for Christianity, I'm sure you will agree. I won't relate the travails of Christianity for the next 1,700 years, but rest assured Christianity travelled a blood soaked road. Christians mostly killed other Christians or converted Saxons and Vikings by the sword. Christians burned recalcitrant heathens at the stake. They boiled them in oil. They gouged out their eyes. By contrast, Muslims have always been pretty darned good Christians — as are the Dalai Lama and Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss and the Neturei Karta today.

St. Francis of Assisi and Mother Teresa were excellent Christians. I agree with Mohandas Gandhi who said, "Christianity is a wonderful religion. We should have some of it."

Friday, September 14, 2012

Brainwashing, We Invented It

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The Bayeaux Tapestry

We Anglo-American-Australian-Canadians are accustomed to seeing ourselves as good and our institutions as noble. Other peoples have a different opinion, but curiously, they largely see us in a positive light too. What they, and we, like is the good stuff we do and there is lots to like. What they don't like is the bad stuff we do. They see it, but we do not see the bad stuff. It goes on decade after decade, century after century. Most of us would stop the bad things if we could see them. Why don't we see what they see and put a stop to it?


How long has this been going on? We could start on 28 September 1066 with the Norman Conquest of Anglo-Saxon Britain, but everything begins from antecedents so we can say that this has been going on even longer. It is the essential problem of Man since he was driven from the Garden of Eden.

The ancestors of the Normans, only two generations before, had been Vikings. Rollo, a Viking, was converted by the Carolingian Emperor, Charles the Fat, and granted the Duchy of Normandy to protect from other marauding Vikings what would become France. These Vikings, who had been converted to Christianity by force, were vassals of Charles the Fat who would soon lose his empire and his life. After they had become "the Normans", the Vikings went on to take over the northern half of France for the next 600 years.

These Norman Frenchmen invaded Anglo-Saxon England with some allies, notably the Bretons who lived in Brittany (France). The Bretons had been expelled from England by the Saxons.

The Normans spoke French and replaced the Saxon aristocracy and clergy with Frenchmen. They built the castles throughout Britain. They introduced feudalism and installed French barons to lord it over the conquered Saxons. All of the English dynasties down through the Ages have been descendants of the lords of The Conquest — including Elizabeth II who lives in Windsor Castle that was built by William, Duke of Normandy, The Conqueror.

The Normans created a complete totalitarian military dictatorship. There would be no going back. There would be no more successful invasions. The Normans turned Britain into a fortress protected by a big moat, the English Channel. Over the next two or three generations the Normans subsumed the Saxons. Combined with them as modern Englishmen they fought the French continually until the defeat of Napoleon in 1814. (The House of Plantagenet had lost almost all English holdings in France by 1453. They were replaced by the House of Tudor after the War of the Roses.) Then with the rise of the German Empire under Bismarck in the 19th century, the perennial enemy of England became Germany and the Wars of the Twentieth Century began.

Successful conquerors understand that force and terror alone are insufficient to control the conquered. The subjected have to willingly submit. Alexander the Great and the Romans understood this. We Anglo-American-Australian-Canadians are the people of Orwell's Oceania. The empire we live in is much older than France or Germany or Russia. It dominates the rest of the world through brute force and guile. We are the bad guys — not everyone else — but we don't know it.

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free. - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Where Did The Towers Go?

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by Morley Evans

Dr. Judy Wood has assembled the evidence. Read the book. Look at the photos. Open your eyes.

Confused? Don't worry. You need to know only this.

"If enough Americans or even other peoples in the world had the intelligence to realize that massive steel structures do not disintegrate into fine dust because a flimsy airliner hits them and limited short-lived fires burn on a few floors, Washington would be faced with the suspicion it deserves." - PCR


Monday, September 10, 2012

Saturday, September 8, 2012

War is Coming

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FOR THE RECORD: I do not support the people in Ottawa who claim to own me and the geographical entity known as "Canada". They have no right to appropriate our money and act in our name. Steven Harper's foreign affairs policy has never been presented to the people of Canada for approval or rejection. Steven Harper's government merely acts as if it has a blank cheque. The pusillanimous Official Opposition sits quietly.

Yesterday, the Canadian Foreign Minister, the loudmouthed former used car salesman, John Baird, announced Canada would be closing its embassy in Iran and closing the Iranian embassy in Ottawa. This is an act of war. The racist paranoiac psychopath, Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu, the leader of the so-called State of "Israel", was delighted by the announcement — which came one day after U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Dempsey, (who is concerned about on-going Israeli threats to "preemptively" bomb Iran) told "Bibi" to knock it off.

Warmongering leads to war. These morons want to start World War III. Iran is backed by Russia and China. Both are armed with enough nuclear weapons to wipe us out in a few minutes if they are sufficiently provoked or attacked. If that were to happen, everyone in the world would pay a big price to get rid of bigmouth John Baird and his warmongering pals. Baird and the other psychos must be rounded up and sentenced to indefinite psychiatric incarceration before they can do real harm.

Where is that wonderful public watchdog the Canadian Brainwashing Corporation? The CBC and the rest of Canada's propaganda industry is licking its chops awaiting the next big story about our noble heroes going off to war to defend civilization, freedom and duhmockricy.

John Baird, Canadian Foreign MInister

Can you name one Iranian act of aggression against Canada or Israel or anyone else in the last 2,500 years? What about the "Iran Hostage Crisis" you ask? Do you know why that happened? Do you know what happened? Do you know anything about Iran and Persia?
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Then go here for Amy Goodman at Democracy Now!

Friday, September 7, 2012

Nest of Nails

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These baby pigeons are sitting in a nest of nails built by their mom. She used wood shavings to ensure her babies would be comfortable in their little home nestled in the rafters of a new house under construction at Evans Court in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Humanity Is Alive

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Humanity is alive. We find humanity in small, pathetic things. But it is alive. This is one example.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Duhmockricy and Freedom

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by Morley Evans

I just watched "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" which was originally broadcast on The History Channel. What more could be said about this, one wonders? Still, I watched.

According to the people in this documentary, Kennedy was killed by the CIA. The shooter was in the manhole in front of the advancing Presidential limousine. He was low, not high, like the fence on the grassy knoll. The lethal "missile" entered Kennedy's right temple and exited from the rear, blowing away the back of the President's head. The shooter then pulled the manhole cover back into place and escaped down the storm sewer which drained into the nearby river. He would have watched the motorcade progress through the curb opening. He could have popped up at just the right time.

Today, all the manhole covers are welded shut before every Presidential parade.

The assassination project, they say, originated in the office of the President's brother, Robert Kennedy, the Attorney General. RFK had initiated the project to assassinate Castro after he had become frustrated with repeated CIA failures to get the job done. RFK immediately knew what had happened. He is quoted as having said, "Our guys killed my brother!"

No one will ever know, of course. Maybe Lyndon Johnson had James Jesus Angleton, CIA counterintelligence chief, hijack the project and turn it around. The autopsy photos were doctored. The Warren Commission was thwarted and Oswald was the patsy, just as he claimed.

Why is Kennedy's assassination still important? It is one glaring example of the sculduggery that goes on unseen behind the curtain while the crowd is entertained by the players on the stage. The audience laughs and cries, completely unaware of what is really happening. This has been going on for the longest time. Our leaders are the best at fooling the audience. Shakespeare was our guy. He wrote propaganda for the Tudors. We and the British invented newspapers, movies, broadcast radio and television. We invented the Internet. We invented duhmockricy and freedom.

- Morley Evans

A really really big problem with the manhole cover idea is that the sidewalk was lined with people, was it not? I think I remember that it was. Wouldn't someone have noticed a sniper popping up to shoot the President? Wouldn't someone have been standing on the manhole cover? On the other hand, I can definitely believe LBJ would have loved tormenting RFK with guilt over RFK's own Operation Mongoose that had gone wrong. - MLE


Sunday, September 2, 2012

Mitt Romney

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As you watch, don't forget the man who promised "Change you can believe in." Did you believe? What did you believe? What can you believe?