Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Are TV Programs Programming Us? A Reader's Comments Well Worth Reading

I received this very good comment with a challenge from Steve Johnson and would like to share it with my readers. Please take to heart this information. My hope is that you all will join in and take the challenge. Thank you, Steve!

I just read your blog post 'The Shooting, The Globalists and Gun Control; The 2nd Phase of Disarming Americans' and I just wanted to encourage you to keep bringing the truth to the masses, or at least the ones with enough reasoning capacity left to critically and independently think.

What really struck a cord with me was your comment regarding 'triggers'. I can tell you first hand that I have fairly recently turned off the mind control object in my home (and subsequently ALL the triggers!) and what the outcome has been. That object of course is the television.

Starting approximately last summer, my personal life became very hectic and I literally just didn't have a lot of time to sit stone faced and stupid in front of the tube. While in what I now see as the 'withdrawal' phase, I recall being annoyed that I wasn't able to watch 'my television shows' and I missed them. I longed for them. I wanted them and though I had many things to keep me busy, I spent a lot of time resentful that I wasn't getting my TV time. Eventually I only tuned in to the weather channel and now I seldom do that because the triggers exist there too and in abundance.

The triggers I'm referring to come from extremely sophisticated  psy-ops brought forth in an unending supply of programming, commercials, ball games etc. that essentially lull otherwise thinking-capable people into a near trance. For proof, one only need to go to any sports bar, restaurant or store with TV displays and you will see dull, blank faces staring impassively at the tube while they sit next to someone they could or should be talking to. Talk to your coworkers about their home activities and you'll learn that the tube is on hours and hours a day and thus spewing triggers and propaganda into their homes, children and brains. How else can anyone explain the phenomenal commercial success that is 'Honey boo boo' , 'Jersey Girls' and 'Dancing with the stars'? A more grotesque waste of time and energy (sitting in front of the TV brain dead and watching this trash while the country goes down the I take that back; what I meant to say is while the country is being taken over from within, right in front of our eyes!) I challenge you to find!

Sensory management and deprivation is a long serving tactic of interrogators the world over, and our homes, businesses and lives are endlessly bombarded by mind/senses control from the Marxist media that simply has to be in close dialogue with the Globalists/Illuminati/NWO or whatever you choose to call them. I call them 'The Enemy'. Chief among that enemy is the current regime in Washington.

As recently as last week, I turned on Fox News and I sat in stunned disbelief at the stream of pro minority (esp black), gay and anti US sentiment they sent out just in the form of commercials! The intent obviously was to paint a picture of minorities that is patently wrong and unjustified, make you think that most white men are weak minded and gay and that the immoral and godless 'something' being promoted is better. There is no other explanation possible.

Fortunately for us, the propaganda being spewed has to be constantly reinforced to work at all. By simply turning off the television, I believe your core values and principles will re-assert themselves. (Mine did!) Once that happens, there's no going back! You will be out of reach to the Globalists/Illuminati/NWO or whomever they are.

Please don't take my word for any of this. If you haven't already turned off the TV, DO IT NOW!!! Leave it off for at least a month. I beg you, as a thinking person to do this if you still use the device. After a month or two, turn it back on and watch for five or ten minutes. You will be horrified and frightened to say the least!

Yours in Liberty,
Steve Johnson"

In an addendum to the comment, Steve added:
(I agree with Steve on this also.)

"I would bet you anything that the vast majority of people will NOT take the challenge and turn the TV off. They are so addicted, so dumbed down and so controlled by what they are being hammered with day in and day out, that asking someone to give up their precious TV voluntarily is not something they will ever do. Further, the NWO types know this is the case. They have won without firing a shot. If we could somehow turn off all the satellites and cable boxes in this country for a month or so, the NWO types would be so deep in the hurt locker it wouldn't even be funny!!!

Some thinking person out there is going to ask the question: "Carolyn, what's behind all this 'mind control'?" The answer is strikingly simple: MONEY, POWER and GREED!"

A Glaring example of mind control:
(Also from Steve Johnson)

I apologize for multiple emails. I did want to pass along this glaring example of mind control, just in case anyone needs an example:

Recently a deranged individual murdered his mother, armed himself with her guns and went to a grammar school and murdered a bunch of kids and administrators. This was and is a horrific event and anyone with any level of common sense would understand it takes a truly insane person to do such a thing. Agreed?

But turn on the TV and all you are bombarded with is virtual around the clock demonizing of law abiding gun owners! That's right! The powers that be, such as they are, are demonizing law abiding people and seeking to turn THEM into criminals and turn the mind numbed against them. The masses don't even question the motives or veracity of the propaganda being used on them.

Why would the powers that be do this? Why not talk about the insane? Why not talk about the core values this young man had that allowed him to do this terrible deed? Why attack the law abiding? Why is there no discussion of the many crimes actually prevented by the law abiding with arms?

The reason is simple: Disarming the law abiding, the true citizen, the American Patriot, as you know well, is essential to the NWO taking full control of ALL assets and money in this country. Plain and simple.

NOTE:  I invite everyone to check out Steve Johnson's bio and very informative articles at 

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Thank you, Steve for sharing your experience, thoughts and great insight. I am looking forward to reading your up coming articles at

As you know, Steve, people don't even have to believe in subliminal mind control via TV and movies to give your idea a test. No doubt many more people would become believers and independent thinkers if they would go on the no TV and movie diet. I include in with that, no video games.

We are what we eat whether it is food and drink or what we allow to be spoon fed into our brain. TV programs program us. Garbage in, garbage out.

Why is this country in the state it is in? "Plain and simple".

I hope my readers will take the challenge and see for themselves.

Remember readers: "The globalists know that an educated society armed with all the facts and the ability to rationally think and reason as individuals is a well armed society that is not easily overtaken." 

Unhook yourself from the feeding machine. Take back your brain and use it.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Sandy Hook, The "Conspiracy Theorists" and You

by Carolyn Hamlett

I want to call attention to a typical control tactic being used against the American people right now. We are being told that anything outside of any "official" story is delusional thinking. We are being told that what we, the thinkers and questioners see is just our imagination. We are labeled "conspiracy theorists" and "conspiracy nuts".

Do not allow yourself to be intimidated by being labeled a "conspiracy theorist" or a "conspiracy nut". Those labels were created by the criminals who fear us, we the thinking people who ask the dangerous questions that shoot the gaping holes in the "official" stories.

Do not be fooled by the tactics being used right now against us thinkers concerning the Sandy Hook school shootings. While I can't prove that the most recent explosive coverage about numerous "conspiracy theorists" harassing the man who helped the Sandy Hook children is a false flag product, it certainly has all the hallmark signs of a false flag product. Yes, there are ignorant people who get their jollies from harassing good folks, but don't dismiss the fact that this story is being fiercely promoted for a reason.

Who owns the media? If you do not know, I strongly encourage you to investigate just who owns Hollywood, the major publishing companies, and all of the mainstream media sources (don't be fooled by the their "liberal" controlled opposition). Then ask yourself if they might be serving the agenda of their owners and handlers. I know the answer to this, but you need to see it for yourself.

Now, upon the wake of the media's accentuated coverage of "conspiracy theorists" and "conspiracy nuts" who dare to ask valid questions, I would like to share with you, one of my favorite articles written by "Jolly Roger" back in 2005.

Conspiracy Theorists

by Jolly Roger


Everyone has heard, and has probably used the term "conspiracy theorist," and the fact of the term being in common use, also indicates that we generally agree on what it means. I saw a movie by that name, and the title character was a raving lunatic who kept his food in thermoses with combination locks to reduce his chances of being poisoned by imaginary enemies.

Regardless of how the stupid movie turned out, what's important here is the common perception people have of someone to whom that label is applied, and just as important, is who it is that applies the label. The common perception is that someone who is labeled a "conspiracy theorist" is suffering from some type of psychological disorder, and that label is usually applied to people by our government, and our news media. The next thing to consider, is that the label is applied to anyone who questions our government's version of events in any matter. Doesn't it logically follow that the media are teaching us to assume that anyone who questions the government is insane? When that label is applied to a person, doesn't it become easy to dismiss everything they say without even hearing it? How convenient for them.

I think the label first became widely used to slander people who questioned the details surrounding the JFK assassination, and forty years later, there aren't too many thinking people who still believe the Warren Commission's "lone gunman" explanation. That explanation is doubted by everyone who has taken the time to look into the details, and believed only by people who refuse to.

Which is "theory" and which is fact? In the absence of a full confession, this can only be decided by a preponderance of evidence, and it would be silly to come to a conclusion on any matter without looking at all the evidence available. This is only common sense, just as it is safe to assume some degree of guilt or complicity on the part of anyone who lies about an event, or tries to hide, plant, or destroy any type of evidence.

Conspiracy theories arise from evidence. After the government releases an explanation of a particular event, a conspiracy theory is only born because evidence exists to disprove their explanation, or at least call it into question. There's nothing insane about it, unless you define sanity as believing whatever the government tells you. In light of the fact that our government lies to us regularly, I would define believing everything they tell you as utter stupidity.

In July of 1996, flight 800 exploded over Long Island. Shortly after their terrorist explanation failed scrutiny, our government then explained the event by claiming that a faulty electrical system caused a spark that ignited a fuel tank, and the people who doubted this explanation were quickly labeled "conspiracy theorists." More than a hundred witnesses saw a missile travel from the ground up to the plane just prior to its explosion, but rather than being treated as eyewitnesses to an event, they were labeled "conspiracy theorists," which label allowed all subsequent investigation to ignore the strongest evidence in the matter.

Our "investigative" news agencies decided to accept and disseminate the official story, and they helped us forget the U.S. naval station nearby, the fact that missiles were regularly test fired there, and naturally, they paid no heed to more than a hundred "conspiracy theorists" who saw the plane get blown out of the sky by a missile. I believe that the U.S. Navy accidentally shot down flight 800, and that's my belief because it's the most sensible explanation that can be drawn from the available evidence. I'm not theorizing about conspiracies, but there are conflicting explanations of the event, and if the Navy did accidentally blow a passenger plane out of the sky, who would have a motive to lie about it? The U.S. government, or a hundred witnesses?

Then of course, there were the "crazy conspiracy theories" arising from the bombing of the Alfred Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City. In that matter, audio tapes and witnesses agree that there were two explosions, the first of which occurred inside the building between eight and ten seconds before the truck bomb exploded. Explosive experts agree that Timothy McVeigh's fertilizer bomb could not have destroyed the building, and the FBI's counter terrorism chief, and members of BATF lied about their whereabouts during and prior to the catastrophe. The evening news decided not to tell you any of this, and they will label anyone who tries to a "paranoid conspiracy theorist." In light of the evidence, we would be complete fools if a conspiracy theory didn't exist.

There were no conspiracy theories arising from the explosion of flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, and there were no conspiracy theories arising from the work of the uni-bomber, so the newly invented psycho-babble that tries to explain the malady of conspiracy theorists, also needs to explain why millions of conspiracy theorists all decided not to theorize about those events. There is no psychological malady. There was simply no evidence to indicate a conspiracy.

The real question is not why people theorize about conspiracies, but why people choose to believe the government's version of events when it's obvious that they're lying. One reason is that most people never see the evidence because our "news" industry hides it, and another reason is that the same news industry will quickly associate anyone who questions the government with the people who see Elvis, Bigfoot, and UFO's.

But sadly, I think the main reason people choose to believe the government's version of events despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, is because it's easier, and safer. If you ignore most of the evidence, and accept as plausible whatever ridiculous explanation the T.V. provides, your life remains simple, and you get to sit on your ass and watch more T.V. If on the other hand, you pluck your head from that same ass and realize you've been lied to, as a citizen in a democratic society, you're instantly burdened with being responsible for doing something about it. Every citizen of the United States has a civic duty to participate in their government, and keep themselves informed of its actions, or government "of the people, by the people, and for the people" isn't possible. You were warned that "eternal vigilance is the price of freedom, " but you chose to ignore your government, and believe whatever they told you, and because of this, Americans have lost their freedom. Although presidents and senators are public servants, unlike the dog catcher and mailman, they wield a lot of power over people's lives, and that's why they have to be watched, and scrutinized.

Statistical analysts from UCLA and Rutgers University believe that John Kerry won the 2004 presidential election by an estimated 1.3 million votes, and despite the fact that these learned scholars are probably the most qualified people alive to forward such an opinion, our news media dismisses this as "conspiracy theory." George W. Bush lost the 2000 election, and he lost the 2004 election, but he's occupying the White House, shredding our constitution, and stealing our wealth and freedom in a "war on terror" that's as fraudulent as his presidency because many Americans are too stupid to see it, too lazy to do anything about it, or both.

I'm sorry if I sound angry, but the fact of the matter is that I am angry. While you were staring into the television like an idiot, our freedom, wealth, and constitutional protections have been stolen from us, and because you're stupid enough to believe the manure being shoveled by our government, you've allowed them to commit bigger and more heinous crimes. Because you were too lazy to research their nonsensical economic policies, and see them for the scams that they are, we'll all soon be living in poverty. And because you're so lazy, apathetic, and easily lied to, millions have died for the profits of a few. I have every right to be angry, and only a fool wouldn't be.

Only a small portion of my anger is reserved for the government of the United States, because they only did what can be expected of any government. They grabbed money, power and control where it was easy to do so. Most of my anger is directed toward my fellow American citizens, because they allowed it to happen by believing whatever they're told, and not doing what's expected of them. Patriotism in America does not mean waving the flag in blind loyalty to the government. As an American citizen, you have a civic duty to question your government, and hold them accountable for their actions, not use the flag as a blindfold. The American people have been duped once again, and it doesn't seem like it's a difficult thing to accomplish.

America's latest "conspiracy nuts" are better known as the 9-11 truth movement. The news media are doing their usual job of slandering them with their usual childish name calling, but for more than three years, they have refused to show you the documented fact, scientific data, expert testimony, photographic evidence, or the credible eyewitness accounts that prove U.S. government complicity in the events of September, 11, 2001. If this were just a "crazy conspiracy theory," I don't think people in our government would have worked so hard to destroy, hide, and lie about the evidence. The White House tried to derail every investigation into the matter. If we had an honest government, we wouldn't have conspiracy theories. We would have honest investigations, and fair trials, but these things are disappearing from America.

There are disturbing facts regarding the events of September 11 that every American needs to be aware of , but naturally, none of it will be on T.V. I've met a lot of people in the 9-11 truth movement, and I can assure you that none of them are crazy, paranoid, or even "conspiracy theorists." One generalization I can make about them is that they all seem to be very intelligent. Maybe the smartest thing you could do would be to start listening to them. The Arabs don't "hate your freedom." The White House hates your freedom, because it's the only thing that stands between them, and unlimited power. - Jolly Roger

"Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Freedom" - Thomas Jefferson

Anything written by "Jolly Roger" is the property of the American Resistance Movement, and the author hereby grants permission to anyone who so desires to post, print, copy, or distribute this letter as they see fit, and in fact, the author encourages you to do so.