Global Skywatch

the greatest show in human history

I have read A LOT about the deep state and shared some. Their shocking failure to install the witch in the white house was a result of underestimating their enemy. At the time, I thought their excessive confidence and long-running unfettered crime spree was it. Now I am convinced there is a much more tangible enemy of those dark forces. The more I learn about this probability, the more optimistic I get at our chances of seeing them find justice. What I initially thought of in terms of yeah-sure, perhaps, maybe and so on is solidifying. Anonymous is a real force. Q anon is a key, central figure. A very real part of what I hear regularly called simply THE […]

social media’s social disease

The late August headline was quite public; the subject almost public. The big players seem a bit confused about their popularity, assuming THEY OWN the little people who use their platforms. Facebook, Google and Twitter execs are holding a secret meeting in San Francisco to discuss ways to prevent meddling in 2018 elections Executives from Silicon Valley’s top tech companies will meet on Friday to discuss how to prevent meddling on their platforms during the 2018 midterm elections. Facebook invited a dozen firms to convene at Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco, according to BuzzFeed News, which obtained an email detailing the meeting. This meddling they want to prevent is from those pesky, persistent even, supporters of politicians other than Clintons, […]

tiny dot

Larken Rose created this clever little video explaining how we are prisoners, what is holding us captive and how we could break down the walls of our confinement. It is one clear reason for going to The Red Pill Expo this week.

Freedomista gathering in Spokane this week

The Red Pill Expo starts this Thursday. Awesome speakers Great topics Wonderful people I promised myself when I found this one would be nearby in Spokane, Washington that I would FERSHUR not miss it this year. I have heard good stuff about these events, the line up is stellar, and the opportunity to spend a couple days with my peers would be a highlight of the year. Unfortunately, it coincides with national amateur radio Field Day where I promised to play certain roles in support of local alternative and emergency communications. Now I remember how I miss it every year. Rats! BUT, you probably do not have the same conflict. Check it out. Give serious consideration to participating. The Red […]

The Top of the Pyramid

An ad in a local print medium attracted us to a Bastiat’s THE LAW study group. Amazing enlightenment followed… as in I could not even imagine such things, yet they were right in front of my face the whole time. This article, like skipping a stone across a small body of water, touches a wide sampling of it. It is likely all true, legal and … immoral, awful, treacherous… If you want to take a gander down the rabbit hole, the following article is a good one. Each and every point is easily research-able, if you want to pursue it. That it is provably true ought to give you pause. The Rothschilds, the Vatican and the British Crown Rule World […]

Libertyville Sheriff’s Office

Libertyville Sheriff’s Office, How may I help you? This is Homeland Security, we need you to detain any illegal aliens you find, for us. LSO- sure when we get some we will hold them for you. HLS- do you have any there now? LSO- nope our jail cell is empty right now. HLS- you have no one in jail right now? LSO- yes, that is right, we have no one in our jail. HLS- ok, we will need a list of all gun owners there. LSO- ok, do you have a phone directory of Libertyville? HLS- ah, no LSO- would you like me to send you one? HLS- Why would I need a phone directory of Libertyville? LSO- well, you […]

revenuers

rev•e•nu•er (ˈrɛv ənˌyu ər, -əˌnu-) n. an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, esp. one responsible for enforcing laws against illegal distilling or bootlegging of alcohol. [1875–80, Amer.] In the dark ages, elites in the District of Criminals banned beverages with any alcoholic content, that is fermented beverages that had been utilized by humans for centuries. This, mysteriously, made the world a better place… better for organized crime, anyway… both private and public sector. People in The Roaring 20s were not stupid enough to think this was about public safety. They called the agents harassing home brewers “revenuers”. Their profession was forcibly extracting revenue from people who had been minding their own business, doing what came naturally. I have […]

Good Guys With Guns

This is a crowd-funded movie exposing the ridiculousness of the elite-funded anti-gun message that has a near-monopoly on the airwaves. This movie will be an antidote to the ubiquitous “good guys are defenseless” sermons. MATRIX Entertainment has produced several excellent movies. I bought and watched several. That is entry-level support for a valuable production organization. Shop for and buy one or more yourself. Their current project is a very important answer to the assault on our access to self-defense tools. The false flags, hoaxes, real events and the political press to disarm us is relentless. A tool such as this movie promises to be will be perhaps CRUCIAL. Watch the trailer for the upcoming video. Then consider the appeal for […]

driven … by what?

From Basics of Resistance by Claire Wolff and Kit Perez: “Every person is driven, at the core, by a deep-seated need. An individual may crave acceptance, love, power, money, recognition, honor, or something else. In many cases, people don’t know themselves well enough to know what their primal drive is, or they tend to see their drive as solely positive. They might think their drive is “to serve” or to “stand up for liberty,” but these aren’t primal drives; those desires are driven by underlying primal drives. To reach the core, we need to ask ourselves why, enough times to that everything is stripped down to basic elements.” Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Hmmm, I’m not sure it is […]

principled men

Along my path from mainstream to fringe, I have broken bread and rub shoulders with a number of seriously principled men. I truly admire them, without feeling guilty that I do not want to emulate them. The fortunate among us choose our battles. The tidbit below is of a man who takes resisting the omnipotent state seriously. Were a significant number of us, say 3-percent to adopt his principled resistance, the edifice would crumble. I recommend the author, the subject and the website. All are good and well worth your attention.     Scene Of The Crime     The ernie Chronicles: Fishing Without A License   Redoubt News is carrying the first in a series documenting the life and […]

coffee attack

Land of the Fruits and Nuts reminders crept into our daily lives when voters of the most populous state in our nation insisted manufacturers place “This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer” labels on packages sold there. I sometimes called the place I grew up “California”. It was woods, creeks, lakes, trees, Pacific coast beaches, and temperate climate. None of it knew what caused cancer. I am not sure when this place became expert on cancer, but it must have been after I left. ABC News reports: “Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said last Wednesday that the coffee makers hadn’t presented the proper grounds at trial to prevail”, apparently with a straight […]

poking Big Brother in the eyes

THEY can access every part of your computer, your cell phone and your smart appliances. THEY can turn them on even when you have turned those appliances off. THEY monitor, collect and store every bit of electronic traffic coming to or from you. Amendment IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. Of course “the founding fathers” did not anticipate personal computers, e-mails and cell phones. Therefore invading our privacies on those was […]

Despite Setbacks, Liberty Will Prevail in 2018

from The Campaign For Liberty by Ron Paul January 02, 2018 Happy New Year! We always approach a new year with anticipation, hope, and also some worries. Last year was one of the strangest political years I have seen in some time. A new Republican president spent his first year pursuing more or less the same foreign policy as his Democratic predecessor and the Democratic Party spent the year looking under every rock in the US for a “Russian connection” or any other reason to see him impeached over it. The neocon-dominated foreign policy establishment on both the Left and Right were so furious that candidate Trump dared suggest we could get along with our “enemies” overseas that they jumped […]

H.L. Mencken on liberty and government

from Mises.org by Gary Galles Henry Louis (H.L.) Mencken (September 12, 1880 – January 29, 1956) was perhaps America’s most outspoken defender of liberty in the first half of the 20th Century.  A major theme of his writings was that “Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.”  It is worth remembering some of the reasons he gave for that shame, since, by the same standards, the government is even more shameful today than when Mencken wrote. The basis justifying shame in our government lies in the appropriate role of government: “The ideal government of all reflective men, from Aristotle onward, is one which lets the individual alone-one which barely escapes being no government at all.” “Good […]