When you make even Bush, an internationally recognized war criminal, look good by letting your security team taser a student for asking a question already posed to Bush by Tim Russerts on national television (see clip), perhaps it is due time to pause and reflect: “Am I just another fascist douche bag?”
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Don’t Tase Me Bro
“Americas Secret Establishment- An Introduction to Skull and Bones”. Anthony Sutton, a British historian, economist and author wrote extensively on the Skull and Bones after receiving a membership list of Yale’s Skull and Bones. Sutton unearthed a multigenerational, foreign-based secret society influencing economies, wars, and education; all going back to Illuminati influences in 1830’s Germany.
Blind Worship of Kerry
Even in distant lands, other cultures pay homage to John Kerry, and await for deliverance in vain, just like partisans unwilling to accept the bitter reality that secret societies in Washington have completely undermined your rights; that they give to its members unfair advantages and privileges over Americans; that its insidious influence has corrupted the judicial, legislative and executive branch, and that in secrecy, these Masonic societies have ruled and plundered the people unchecked. Until Americans exercise their elective franchise and demand open government, this will not only continue but worsen.
Until Americans exercise their elective franchise and demand open government, this will not only continue but worsen because the Bill of Rights, and the rest of the American Constitution, stands in direct and irrefutable opposition to the shadow government and unequal justice which unchecked freemasonry inevitably fosters. Look at how the Constitution is treated now. It has been reduced to irrelevancy. Ask yourself by whom, if not by an order that has its own secret laws which “supersede” those of the Constitution?
Both John Kerry and George W. Bush were asked about their membership in the notorious Skull and Bones, a secret society at Yale. Bush was a member in 1967, John Kerry in 1966. The Skull and Bones is rumored to be a secret white supremacist organization… but the reality may be a lot worse. Anthony Sutton, a British historian, economist and author wrote extensively on the Skull and Bones after receiving a membership list of Yale’s Skull and Bones. Sutton unearthed a multigenerational, foreign-based secret society influencing economies, wars, and education; all going back to Illuminati influences in 1830’s Germany. In his book “Americas Secret Establishment- An Introduction to Skull and Bones” Sutton, in convincing detail, breaks down history and modus operandi of the Order into four sections:
An Introduction to the Order
The origins, known members, organizations it penetrated, its chain of influence and how it works.
How the Order Controls Education
The look-say reading scam, the Illuminati connection, the Leipzig Connection, and the Baltimore Scheme
How the Order Creates War and Revolution
Explores created conflict and Dialectic process; that is, to create conflict and offer a premeditated solution to exploit the victims of the same; operational vehicles for conflict creation
The Secret Cult of the Order
An exposition of the rituals of the order, Satanic aspects of the Order, and it’s relation to the Illuminati.
Before Sutton died on June 17, 2002, he wrote his last article on the World Trade Center titled “The September 11th Attack, the War on Terror, and the Order of the Skull and Bones” with a chilling premonition of what would actually come to pass. You can see a sample of this work in PDF by linking here. Bush answered affirmatively when Tim Russerts asked about his membership in the Skull and Bones on national television (see embedded clip), but Sen. John Kerry avoided an answer when questioned by a Florida student. The big difference is in what happens to those individuals who posed the same question: Bush’s questioner wasn’t tasered or even ridiculed, but Kerry’s questioner, a Florida university student, was.
It’s a shameful contrast, and an unexpected one. Although Kerry claims he could have handled the situation, it’s clear he couldn’t, and chose the option of letting police intimidation and violence answer the student’s question for him. Kerry could have easily stopped the commotion by answering the question and asking the police to let him go since, as we can clearly see in the video, the officers don’t touch him until he asks about the Skull and Bones. Because of Kerry’s defensive reaction to the question, and his unwillingness to answer, we can rightfully question if Meyer did indeed strike a nerve. We can rightfully question if some, if not all, of Sutton’s work was an accurate portrayal; particularly his observation that the Skull and Bones abide by their own law, which secretly supersedes and undermines the Constitution.
It is our silence in the face of injustice that defines our character or lack of it, whether we like it or not. Because the officer’s were under the direct authority of Kerry, his silence indicates a tacit approval of the way Andrew Meyer, the student, was violently treated and tasered for asking a simple question that had already been posed to his former opponent on national television.
Free Speech Today
Gitmo? Nope. It was the Free Speech Zone at the Democratic National Convention, 2004, when John Kerry became the Democratic candidate for president. Al Gore had a similar zone set up in 2000, and naturally, so did the GOP.
Proof of this assertion of tacit approval is when Kerry, in reference to Meyer’s preceding question on why he didn’t challenge the tainted election results in 2004, mocks the tasered student by telling the audience “unfortunately, he is unavailable to swear me in right now.”
Meyer was indeed unavailable. He was being tasered right in front of Kerry.
Many constituents who wish to speak now cannot without accepting the fact that First Amendment protections of any public assembly in America, no matter how peaceful, will leave them vulnerable to arrest, beatings, or worse.
The First Amendment, to refresh your memory, reads thus:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
We’ve seen what John Kerry thinks of freedom of speech and the right to peaceably assemble, even before the Meyer incident.
It was not the GOP defense of the Andrew Meyer tasering that angered me, it was the “liberals” defense of it and Kerry’s tacit approval of it, when, in the irony of ironies, they were on the same page as the “fascist pigs” they blog about constantly. What did the far right have to say? did they condemn it? of course not, they were on the same page. Bill O’Reilly called Meyer a wimp and offered free “Don’t tase me bro!” bumper stickers. CNN’s Glenn “I-Should-Have-Drank-Myself-to Death-While-I-Had-the-Chance” Beck, ever the good and Christian Mormon sadistic corn-pone apron-boy and Marquis DeSade incarnate, said “Watching taser videos is a little like potato chips, you can’t watch just one.”
Good to be in such company no?