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2010 AUGUST 7 – 13

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US: Lawsuit against airport body scanners has been filed by a privacy group because US Marshals have saved tens of thousands of images. [If authorities lied when they said they couldn't save images, why should we believe them when they claim the scanners pose no health hazard?] Australian Posted 2010 Aug 13 (Cached)
India: Author of scientific report that identifies new "superbug" says he was hired by the EU and two pharmaceutical companies who then twisted his work to create a demand for products produced by the companies and to frighten people away from leaving Europe to seek medical treatment in India. Times of India 2010 Aug 13 (Cached)
Obama will sign a bill to allocate $600 million for security on the US-Mexican border. 1500 Border patrol, immigration, and customs agents will be added in addition to surveillance equipment. [Pardon our skepticism, but this sounds like the old bill that allocated money for a large border fence that was never built. It is merely to placate angry voters. Obama does not want to tighten our borders. He wants to eliminate them. The problem is not more money but the resolve to use the money already allocated.] Yahoo 2010 Aug 13 (Cached)

Vitamin D, even at a low dose of 400 IU (international units) per day, can reduce breast cancer risk by 24%. NaturalNews 2010 Aug 13 (Cached)
Virginia Attorney General is challenging ObamaCare on 2 grounds: (1) it is unconstitutional, and (2) the bill was passed in secret with no disclosure of its content. Now, a federal judge has ruled that the case has enough legal merit to be heard. Washington Examiner 2010 Aug 11 (Cached)

US Dollar hits 15-year low against the Yen while the Yen, itself, is losing purchasing power. Yet, the Federal Reserve continues to run the money printing press. Raw Story 2010 Aug 11 (Cached)
Vending machines of the future will track who you are and what you purchase via thumbprint or retinal scan. They also will have cameras to monitor your activity. [Machines may even deny us from buying a second bag of chips because that's too much salt for one day. How thoughtful!] MyFoxNY 2010 Aug 11 (Cached)
US: President Reagan's Director of the Office of Management and Budget says the Republican Party has destroyed the U.S. economy. "In the past 40 years, Republican ideology has gone from solid principles to hype and slogans." [He is half right. The Democrat Party also has destroyed the economy. The two parties, although opposing each other for dominance in Washington, have cooperated in massive spending programs and budget deficits. But it is surprising to hear the truth from a high-ranking "insider."]
2010 Aug 10 (Cached)
UN World Health Organization finally declares the Swine-Flu Pandemic is over. Less than 19,000 people worldwide were reported to have died. [That is far less that predicted, and many of those cases were not Swine Flu at all. WHO received $170 million for this "emergency".]

Yahoo 2010 Aug 10 (Cached)
US: Backers of the so-called cybersecurity bill are caught lying. Power plants and water-supply systems are not connected to the Internet. [They lie to create a plausible explanation for their real agenda, which is to control the flow of Internet information, just like in China.] Prison Planet 2010 Aug 10 (Cached)


US: Lap-Band surgery (placing a restrictive band around the stomach to reduce the ability to process food) currently is the most popular type of weight-loss surgery, and it generates $300 to $400 million in revenue annually. Practitioners now are targeting teenagers and, with FDA approval (almost certain) hope to expand the business to over a billion a year. [You should know there are serious risks and far better methods available, discussed in this article.]
2010 Aug 10 (Cached)
UN-funded college programs in the U.S. are drastically shaping curriculum toward anti-traditional and pro-collectivist values.
2010 Aug 10 (Cached)
China: Government forces 2000 small businesses to shut down by September 30 in the name of "energy efficiency". Those on the list will be barred from obtaining bank loans, export credits, business licenses, and land; and their electricity will be shut off, if necessary. [Can the rest of the collectivist world be far behind?] NY Times 2010 Aug 9 (Cached)

US: Gulf residents are angry over government report that claims 75% of the oil spill is gone. They say the oil is mostly beneath the surface but easily can be brought into view by churning the water.
2010 Aug 9 (Cached)
EU seeks to directly tax citizens of member countries. Telegraph 2010 Aug 9 (Cached)
US: Mortgage finance giant Freddie Mac is back at the taxpayer trough again looking for $1.8 billion in bailout. Since the government took over 2 years ago, this will bring the total amount of taxpayer subsidy up to $64 billion. Reuters 2010 Aug 9 (Cached)
American girls are entering puberty at an alarmingly young age, many as young as seven. The most likely cause is exposure to chemicals in plastics and foods that mimic estrogen.  MSNBC 2010 Aug 9 (Cached)

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation gave almost $7 million to La Raza, a racist organization dedicated to the violent seizure of
large portions of the United States along the border of Mexico. [La Raza’s motto is “For the race everything, outside the race nothing.”] Infowars 2010 Aug 9 (Cached)
Attorney, Richard Fine, has been in jail for 17 months (mostly in solitary confinement) for exposing Los Angeles judges accepting money from the county and then consistently ruling in the county's favor. The ruling judge in Fine's case has admitted taking illegal payments and providing false information in court documents. [Looks to us that the wrong person is in confinement.]
PR Newswire
2010 Aug 9 (Cached)


US: A UN treaty that was withdrawn from a Senate vote in 1994 because it was offensive to American principles and national sovereignty, has been adopted by over 600 American cities.
2010 Aug 9 (Cached)

Pennsacola, Florida: Policeman chases a 17-year-old bicyclist, shoots him with a taser gun from his car window, runs him over after he fell off of his bike, kills him, and then appears to plant a gun on the body- all caught on tape. Florida police have killed 57 people with tasers. Lew Rockwell 2010 Aug 9

US: The pay advantage enjoyed by federal workers over private-sector workers continues to expand. Federal employees now average over $80,000 a year, compared to $50,000 for private sector jobs.
Cato at Liberty
2010 Aug 8 (Cached)

California: Lawmakers are considering putting cameras on car windshields to record images to "black boxes" such as used in commercial aircraft to record accidents, of course. [For now, the data would be limited to information like speed, braking, and direction of travel but eventually could include GPS history and driver conversation.]

CBS 2010 Aug 8 (Cached)
Financial expert, Jim Rogers, says food shortages and higher food prices are on the way. European wheat prices have increased 50%, and droughts in Russia (the world's #3 wheat exporter) have resulted in banning wheat exports for at least four months. Business Intelligence 2010 Aug 7 (Cached)
Florida: Dengue fever (a potentially fatal virus spread by mosquitoes) is on the rise in Key West. It is now known that CIA and the military conducted biological-warfare experiments on unsuspecting residents in Florida by dropping millions of infected mosquitoes on them. Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever were among the infections. Symptoms of Dengue are similar to those of toxicity from Corexit, the chemical used to spray the Gulf oil spill. This makes it difficult in that area to diagnose the cause. [This report is important for many reasons that will become apparent as you read it.] TruthOut Posted 2010 Aug 7 (Cached)
US: Federal Appeals Court rejects warrantless GPS tracking by the government. (The federal government has claimed that citizens have "no expectation of privacy" when using cars or cell phones, so warrants are unnecessary to track and monitor them. [Of interest is the finding that Los Angeles police have the ability to shoot air darts at passing cars to plant tracking devices, presumably in their tires.] The Register Posted 2010 Aug 7 (Cached)
US:  Court OKs payment of $50,000 to each black farmer who claims he was denied a government loan because of racial discrimination. Claims were filed by 86,000 black farmers, and the USDA proceeded to pay. [But wait! How can 86,000 claims be honored when there are only 40,000 black farmers in America? $13 million was paid to USDA Director Shirley Sherrod because she also filed numerous claims for a farm collective she owned prior to being hired by the USDA. The stench of corruption in Washington is unbearable.]
Pajamas Media
2010 Posted Aug 7 (Cached)



Reports and commentaries that look beyond the news to identify historical facts and trends that must be understood to place the news into perspective. This is our "think-tank" section that makes it possible to anticipate future events.

Author F. William Engdahl says "Something stinks about Wikileaks" and that the recent so-called leaked documents are disinformation to benefit US and India's intelligence and cover-up Afghanistan drug trafficking. War and Peace 2010 Aug 8 (Cached)
Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. discusses natural cancer cures and why the medical community rejects them. NaturalNews Posted 2010 Aug 7

Oil Leak Outrage. Here is an outstanding summary of the federal government's disastrous involvement with the Gulf oil spill. The primary motivation in Washington has not been to fix the problem but to take advantage of the problem to further political agendas. New American Posted 2010 Aug 2 (Cached)

Sheriff Tony DeMeo of Nye County, Nevada, is a shining example of the Constitutional power of local government. He explains how he stopped the federal government from illegally seizing cattle from a local rancher because the Feds wanted his water rights. 2010 Jul 30 (Cached)

Oil spills, leaks, and disasters are increasing worldwide in a short time span. As with the Gulf, secrecy and deception by the oil companies are common themes. [The author of this report poses the question: Is this a coincidence or a strategy to damage the environment to promote geopolitical agendas, such as more government control in the name of saving the oceans.] 2010 Jul 29 (Cached)
Six-part series that shatters neoclassical economics and exposes the two-party system controlled by the CFR and the banking cartel. [We recommend watching this perceptive analysis but STRONGLY disagree with the proposal for what is called Sovereign Money. If that meant that nations issue their own money instead of borrowing it from banks, we would agree wholeheartedly, but the presenter intends that it means government issuance of fiat money with no backing and no limit except for political expediency. Too bad the proposed solution is so flawed, but the rest is excellent.] YouTube Posted 2010 Jul 24


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DID PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON REALLY SAY THIS? YES HE DID IN HIS BOOK, THE NEW FREEDOM, published in 1913, the same year as the Federal Reserve Act.

"Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.

"They know that America is not a place of which it could be said, as it used to be,that a man may choose his own calling and pursue it just as far as his abilities enable him to pursue it; because today, if he enters certain fields, there are organizations which will use means against him that will prevent his building up a business which they do not want to have built up; organizations that will see to it that the ground is cut from under him and the markets shut against him. ...

"We have not one or two or three, but many established and formidable monopolies in the United States. We have, not one or two, but many, fields of endeavor into which it is difficult, if not impossible, for the independent man to enter. We have restricted credit, we have restricted opportunity, we have controlled development, and we have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated, governments in the civilized world – no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of small groups of dominant men."


2010 Aug 6 from Jack Lovett
It's sad that the DVD is so overpriced. [$19.50 or $15.60 with additional purchase]. This sort of information can save lives/suffering. And so keeping this info from many people because they can't afford the price. In my humble opinion, a DVD should be say $5.00 + shipping.

Hello Jack.
I agree that DVDs of this nature should be available at a very low price. In fact, once the producer has recovered his expenses and been compensated for his time and talent, I am certain he will allow us to post the program free on the Internet and include it in one of our "Red Pill" DVDs, which are sold for under a dollar each and which can be freely duplicated for friends.

In the meantime, we must be mindful of the fact that producers of programs of this type are not supported by the pharmaceutical industry or mainstream media. Their programs are not distributed through large retail stores, and the number of copies sold usually is very small compared to those with the blessing of Big Pharma. In most cases, producers are lucky to recover their out-of-pocket costs, much less receive proper compensation for their time and talent. That is why many of them produce one great program but no more.

The only way for programs of this kind to be made available at a very low retail price is for them to be subsidized, which is the model we are using for our new program on chemtrails, What in the World Are They Spraying?. Those DVDs will be for sale, of course, but soon after they are released, the program will be given free to the public on the Internet and through Project Red Pill. But that is possible only because we had several hundred donors (we call them "angels") send in $200 each. We intend to follow this model for future productions but, Cancer, The Forbidden Cures was not funded in that manner. It was produced entirely at the expense of the producer, Massimo Mazzucco. The DVDs, including cases and color jackets, labor for manufacturing, warehousing, promoting, order processing, and packaging adds up to over $3, and that doesn't include a margin for us here at The Reality Zone. If the DVD were sold for $5, both Massimo and Reality Zone would be drowning in red ink.

To hasten the day for public-service release of this program, I invite anyone who would like to make a donation to Massimo to send us a check made out to him, and we gladly will forward it. An alternative would be to send a donation to The Cancer Cure Foundation (a non-profit, tax-deductible organization) to purchase copies of the DVD and send them free to cancer patients or schools or medical libraries. Their web site is

Thanks for writing. I hope you find the information in this DVD to be worth the price.


2010 Aug 11, American Legion Post 182, Hubbardston, Michigan.
If you consider that there has been an average of 160,000 troops in the Iraq Theater of Operations during the past 22 months, and a total of 2,112 deaths, that gives a firearm death rate of 60 per 100,000 soldiers. The firearm death rate of Washington, DC is 80.6 per 100,000 for the same period. That means you are about 25 percent more likely to be shot and killed in the U.S. capital, which has some of the strictest gun-control laws in the U.S., than you are in Iraq. Conclusion: The U.S. should pull out of Washington.


Posted 2010 Aug 7 from Tim Latimer
Hello Mr. Griffin,
I came across your site, (on 07/24/10), and read the information on Freedom Force and will join in your efforts for change. But I am troubled by a position stated in "THE THREE COMMANDMENTS OF FREEDOM", under, "FREEDOM OF CHOICE". The proper function of the state is to protect, not to provide. Therefore, do not approve coercion for any purpose "except to protect human life, liberty, or property".

Granted my compassion for the protection of these values is seared in my heart, but dealing with coercion is a delicate issue. Could you elaborate on the limits, if any, on the exceptions noted in your writings.
Love Prayers and Blessings to you.

Hello Tim.
The general principle underlying The Creed of Freedom is that we have an individual right to use physical force, even lethal force, if necessary, to protect our lives, liberty, and property. Therefore, we are able, if we wish, to delegate that power to the state to be exercised on our behalf. As a general principle, this is an excellent guide, but it is not intended to answer the question of how much force is reasonable under specific circumstances. Intuition and experience tell us there must be some limits. Obviously, it is not acceptable to kill a person merely to prevent him from taking our pencil, even though it’s our property. So where do we draw the line?

I believe there are two concepts that provide the answer to that question. The first is the phrase “if necessary.” All gradients of coercion, including the use of lethal force, are justified “if necessary” to protect life, liberty and property. That implies that the lowest level of coercion that can achieve the goal is the proper level. Although that principle is clear, it often is impossible to know what the lowest level would be without testing it first. Unfortunately. in the case of a burglar breaking into our bedroom in the middle of the night, we don’t know if he intends us bodily harm or just wants our jewelry. If he is a serial killer and we assume he merely is a petty thief who will be frightened away by our shouts, even if we had a pistol we would not shoot him, in which case our mistake would cost us our life. Therefore, in the heat of confrontation, there is a natural and justifiable tendency to assume the worst case. The logic is simple: When in doubt, it is better to err by assuming an aggressor intends bodily harm than that he does not, because a mistake in the first case will cost the life of an aggressor, whereas a mistake in the second case will cost our own life or the life of a loved one. Most people would have little difficulty in choosing.

The second concept is that property, if considered merely as land and material things, is not worth taking the life of another person. No amount of property (including money) is equal to the value of one human being. However, if property is considered in the larger sense as the stored value of one’s labor, a nest egg for one’s security in old age, and a means of remaining free from the control of others (including governments), it takes on a much more important quality. If someone stole your identity and cleaned out your bank accounts which held your life savings, they not only would steal your property, they would make you their slave. They would do that just the same as if they had held you in bondage for forty years and forced you to give them everything you earned above living expenses; and they would steal your freedom and security that you earned for retirement. When seen in this light, we no longer are talking about material things. It becomes entirely reasonable to use lethal force, if necessary, to protect your liberty, past and future. Would a person be justified in using lethal force, if necessary, to avoid being kidnapped and thrown into slavery? Most people would have no problem with that decision, either. Property has its greatest value to the extent it provides security and personal freedom.

The same concepts apply when individuals delegate their right of defense to the state; but, when that happens, the issue becomes further complicated by politics. In the case of individuals, the usual scenario is what-you-see-is-what-you-get. In other words, individual aggressors seldom pretend to be good guys or saviors. They are what-they-are and simply operate outside the law. In politics, however, it is customary for predators and aggressors to hide behind the mask of benevolence. When they steal, it is in the name of helping the poor or handicapped. When they launch an unprovoked attack against a neighboring state, it is described as a pre-emptive strike, supposedly to defend the nation by beating the enemy to the punch. Pre-emptive strikes would be justified IF they were based on accurate information proving that an enemy really is preparing a surprise attack, but that almost never happens in the real world. In almost every case in recent history – from the pre-emptive strikes of Adolf Hitler against Poland and the Baltic states to the pre-emptive strikes of George Bush against Iraq and (soon) of Barack Obama against Iran – the claims of a threat from an deadly enemy poised to attack are fabricated to justify wars of aggression.

So, back to the question: What limits should there be to the use of force, either by individuals or states? The answer is that coercion must be limited to the lowest level possible to achieve the defense of life, liberty, and property, and lethal force may be used in defense of property only if its value is great enough to represent security and liberty of the property holder. That’s as close to a hard-and-fast rule as we can get. We need broad principles to point us in the right direction like an intellectual compass (such as The Creed of Freedom) but, when it comes to taking specific steps along the journey, we must look at the ground and examine the terrain to decide exactly where to walk.


1010 Aug 4 from Fredrik Persson
Hi Mr. Griffin.
I have an ongoing debate regarding land ownership. Should land be excluded from private property? Is that consistant with the Freedom Force Creed of Freedom?

To me this is clear cut. Land IS property, and my property can only be sold by me if there is mutual consent. It is not for the government (or anyone else) to set the price, nor can they make me set a price should I refuse to sell. Because a price in a free world can only be set by the seller and buyer when there is a mutual consent, not by coercion.

This is an important issue in the more general aspect of things. Some sort of answer to this question could prove very useful further down the road when I need to explain this again and again for newly awakened individuals.

Hello Fredrik.
The Freedom Force position is that personal property includes land ownership. We could get all tangled up in the question of whether or not humans can ever really "own" a part of the planet, but that gets pretty philosophical. In the real world, we must deal with territorial instinct. Most mammals, including homo sapiens, have an innate desire for exclusive access to physical locations, especially if they are useful for food or shelter, because those are essential for survival. Humans have a built-in sense of justice that makes it feel "right" to have exclusive access to land if we are the first to claim it (and successfully defend it from other claimants), or if we exchanged something of comparable value for it, or if we received it as a gift from someone who met either of the first two conditions. In all cultures throughout history that have enjoyed flourishing economies and high levels of personal freedom, this territorial instinct has been honored as a positive force.

It is true that this instinct sometimes leads to theft and, when applied to political groupings, can become justification for wars of aggression for territorial acquisition. However, denying the right of private property would not solve either of those problems. The instinct would remain, thieves still would steal, and armies still would invade each other's territories to acquire more so-called "public property" for their rulers to administer.

If land were to be public rather than private, we soon would be facing the sticky problem of deciding who is going to administer it and what rules must be followed. Once that door is opened, the path leads straight to political corruption and collectivism.

Public ownership of all land is contrary to one of the basic concepts in The Creed of Freedom, which is: "The proper function of the state is to protect the lives, liberty, and property of its citizens, nothing more." Only in those rare instances where it can be shown beyond question that state ownership of land can serve this function (such as owning forts and military bases or possibly a few administrative office buildings) would it be acceptable. It would be nonsensical to claim that the state must own all land to protect the property rights of its citizens.

Land is one of the most important types of personal property and is a foundation for independence and freedom.


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Shows how a group of Marxist theoreticians, calling themselves The Frankfurt School, plotted the corruption of non-Communist nations by undermining their cultures. Their method is the use of art, music, education, and media to condition people to accept the essential elements of Marxism without identifying them as such. Eventually, Marxism becomes the new reality without a violent revolution and even without awareness that a revolution has occurred. DVD. (More)

Cancer is the only disease that has been defeated dozens of times without anyone knowing it. In the last 100 years, dozens of doctors, scientists, and researchers have developed diverse and effective solutions against cancer only to be thwarted by the political and propaganda power of the drug-dominated medical profession. This is the story of Essiac, Hoxsey, Laetrile, Shark Cartilage, Mistletoe, and Bicarbonate of Soda all put together in a stunning overview that leaves no doubt that inexpensive cures for cancer do exist but are systematically blocked by Big Pharma because they come from nature and cannot be patented. (More)

Financing the Road to Ruin

by J.Plummer.
A good way to describe this book is to say that it is a mini version of The Creature from Jekyll Island; A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, by G. Edward Griffin. Plummer has done an excellent job of condensing that larger work (plus information from many other sources) into only 172 pages, and that makes it especially valuable for those approaching the topic of fraudulent money and banking for the first time. Currently on sale. (More)


The Matrix is one of the most talked about movies of recent time and is perceived by many as a metaphor of real life. Project Red Pill will rescue our fellow humans from the Matrix, allowing them to choose reality over delusion. The first step is to create a flow of information independent of mainstream media. Most people in the Matrix are wired up to television, so video is where we must start. (More)


The Reality Zone is producing a video documentary that explores the murky world of chemtrails, now officially called stratospheric geo-engineering,. The title of the program is: What in the World Are They Spraying! and we can tell you with confidence that it will be one of the most important programs you will ever see. There are plenty of dramatic video clips of chemtrails on the Internet, and your innate intelligence tells you that what you see in the sky with your own eyes is not caused by mere vapor trails from jet aircraft, but no one yet has probed the questions: WHO is doing this and WHY. All of that is about to change. Watch a preview of what has been done so far and learn how you can help complete this project. (More)

As America staggers from government control and corruption, politicians in both major parties are calling for a “new” America. This DVD shows that what they propose is not new but a continuation of the programs of their predecessors, the same programs that created the present crisis. These politicians refer to themselves as “Progressives,” but their ideology is indistinguishable from Socialism, Communism, Nazism, or Fascism. The generic name for all these variants is Collectivism. This is an impressive production covering a massive political landscape. It should be studied by all serious students of political history and current events. It includes the testimony of G. Edward Griffin. (More)

It is common for health-conscious families to install chlorine-removal filters in their kitchens, but it has been estimated that we absorb more chlorine through our skin when taking a bath than we ever could from drinking water. That is because the body's skin surface is larger than the intestinal surface and because the lungs, too, are very efficient absorbers, and we inhale a substantial amount of chlorine gas while bathing. Benefits of de-chlorinated water are reduced exposure to toxic chlorine, healthier, younger looking skin; softer, more manageable hair; less fading of color-treated hair; relief from dry skin and scalp; and better lathering. Removes 90% or more of chlorine. (More)

Silver Lungs

Architects and engineers challenge the official version of building collapse on 9/11

Richard Gage, founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, presents the findings of 130 design and construction professionals who have concluded that the collapse of the Twin Towers and Building 7 could not have been caused by fire, and that the so-called “pancake theory” (of one floor falling on the one below it, causing it, also, to break loose and fall on the next floor and the next – yet doing so at the same speed to the ground as they would if there were no resistance to slow them down) is contrary to the laws of physics. Their conclusion? Only a controlled demolition, which severs supporting columns at their base, can cause a building to collapse in such free-fall fashion. There is, of course, much more. Some of this information has been available previously in bits and dabs, but this is the first time all of it has been assembled into a single, coherent presentation. Skeptics may dismiss one or two of these issues as mere anomalies; but, when they all are considered together, only a person in deep denial could reject them all. See the evidence and judge for yourself. DVD (More)

A discourse by G. Edward Griffin
Without notes or preparation, Griffin fields questions about the United Nations, global warming, and how these topics are tied together. Here are some of the issues covered:
Is the UN our last best hope for peace or the foundation for global feudalism? Is the UN controlled by leaders of nations or by hidden structures and power brokers? If the latter, who are they? Are American elitists motivated by love of country, desire for international harmony, or something less admirable? Is it possible to get out of the UN, or have we passed the point of no return? With regard to global warming, what is Agenda 21? Is forced population-control justified to save the planet? Is the UN's report on global warming based on valid science? If not, then what? If the mission of the World Health Organization is not world health, then what? What are the IMF and World Bank and why should anyone care about them? What is the Freedom Force strategy for reversing the trend toward global feudalism? (More)

Are We All Insane?
Psychotropic drugging now is a mega-profit industry based on a venture between psychiatrists and drug companies. This documentary shows how modern psychiatry has been built on pseudo science, fraudulent research, and slick marketing campaigns. The goal of these hucksters is to convince everyone that they are mentally ill in some way and, therefore, need to be on mind-altering drugs for the whole of their lives. Here are the facts you need to protect yourself and family from one of the most outrageous and deadly hoaxes of all time. DVD (More)

Over-The-Counter Natural Cures
by “The People’s Chemist”, Shane Ellison, M.S.
A former chemist for Big Pharma tells how drugs are highly toxic and, in many cases, cause greater illness than they alleviate. But the nutritional supplements sold in health-food stores also are manufactured by pharmaceutical companies and are not the “natural” products we assume they are. Synthetic vitamins may be chemically similar to those in nature but they are devoid of the co-factors found in the natural state, and that means that vitamins in a pill are far less effective than in foods and herbs. This led Ellison to examine thousands of natural sources, to identify those that are loaded with complete nutrition. In the process, he found some that can produce astounding reversals of such chronic diseases as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer – all for under $10 for a 30-day supply. This book could save you thousands of dollars and may even save your life. (More)

Money by The Mouthful;

Have healthy teeth and never need to visit a dentist again.
Dr. Robert Nara is a most unusual dentist. He tells people how to have healthy teeth and gums with no need to visit a dentist ever again. He shows how a simple dental hygiene program using hot salt water applied with a dental irrigator can kill bacteria that cause dental caries and gum deterioration. In the absence of that bacteria, teeth actually can re-mineralize and gums will heal. This has led Dr. Nara into great disfavor with the dentist's union called the American Dental Association. Why? As Nara explains, it's all about money. 58 min. audio CD. (More)

The Secret Plan for World Domination.
This documentary provides the missing link for the truth about 9/11. The missing link is MOTIVE. If you cannot imagine why anyone would want to cover up essential evidence, then wonder no more. Taken from the words of the plotters themselves, you will come to understand that a terrorist attack was exactly what they hoped for to justify a massive military incursion into the Middle East, all of which was planned long before 9/11. You will witness decades of maneuvering for the control of oil and gas resources and see, first hand, incredible war profits on a scale much greater than ever before in history. Even if you are familiar with some of these events, this is the first time all of them have been brought together in one place. (More)

G. Edward Griffin
Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The magician's secrets are unveiled. Here is a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, the pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A boring subject? Just wait. You'll be hooked in five minutes. It reads like a detective story – which it really is, but it's all true. This book is about the most blatant scam of history. (More)

This DVD is an antidote to Gore’s Inconvenient Truth. Designed for the classroom, it is divided into three lessons based on statements by internationally recognized climate scientists covering such topics as climate change in history; data errors in computer models; the impact on global temperature by cosmic rays, solar flares, and cloud formation; the truth about melting ice caps and flooding; and the benefits of increased CO2 levels. It also shows the corruption of science by the United Nations IGPCC which, although advertised as a scientific body, is a political body that requires the scientists it employs to alter their findings to support pre-determined conclusions. (More)

by Dr. Tenpenny.
This  presentation offers the most comprehensive overview available of each vaccine. It guides you step-by-step through each shot, and offers facts regarding the risks of contracting the very infections from which we hope we are being protected. Dr. Tenpenny shows how vaccines compromise the immune system, and set us up for infections in later life. DVD. (More)

The Richardson Cancer Clinic
by J.A. Richardson & Patricia Griffin.
62 case histories proving beyond any doubt that Laetrile (Vitamin B17) works in the control of cancer. These are not anecdotal stories or cases of people who never had cancer in the first place. Each history is authenticated by a firm diagnosis and meticulous medical documentation.

This edition includes a follow up 30 years after the patients were diagnosed with incurable cancer. Proof is in the actual life-span of these people who, previously, had been told by their doctors that they had just a few months or weeks to live.
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The Story of Vitamin B17

G. Edward Griffin
marshals evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease, like scurvy or pellagra, caused by the lack of an essential food factor in modern man’s diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile. This story is not approved by orthodox medicine. The FDA, the AMA, and The American Cancer Society have labeled it fraud and quackery. Yet the evidence is clear that here, at last, is the final answer to the cancer riddle. Why has orthodox medicine waged war against this non drug approach? The author contends that the answer is to be found, not in science, but in politics—and is based upon the hidden economic and power agenda of those who dominate the medical establishment. This is the most complete and authoritative treatise available on this topic. (More)

This New York Times Best Seller is a data mine of scientific facts showing that global warming is not caused by human activity but by solar activity and cosmic radiation – and the cycle has been occurring for millions of years. The recent rise in temperature has created the most ideal climate for civilization that Earth has ever experienced. The next cycle will be colder and much less beneficial for mankind. (More)

A Discourse by G. Edward Griffin

The author of The Creature from Jekyll Island; A Second Look at the Federal Reserve addresses such issues as: Who created the Fed? How is money created?
What impact has this had on the American Dollar? Should our currency be backed by gold or silver? Where does government get most of its funding? Why do bankers get away with it? What might happen if we continue on our current path? What might come from a return to constitutional money? (More)

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