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  • Scavpor 5:27 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Massachusetts Deputizes Dentists, Paramedics, Pharmacists to Administer Flu Vaccine 

    Stephen Smith
    Boston Globe
    August 13, 2009
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    Massachusetts health authorities took the unprecedented step yesterday of deputizing dentists, paramedics, and pharmacists to help administer vaccines against both the seasonal flu and the novel swine strain expected to make a return visit in the fall.

    In another emergency measure, regulators directed hospitals and clinics to provide vaccine to all their workers and some volunteers, a move designed to keep the medical workforce robust and prevent doctors and nurses from making their patients sick.

    The actions illustrated the intensifying sense of urgency as health authorities, hospital administrators, and clinic executives across the nation confront the prospect of providing hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine against not one but two deadly types of flu in the same season.

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  • Scavpor 5:25 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Congressman: Obama Could Use Pandemic To Declare Martial Law 

    Paul Joseph Watson
    Prison Planet.com
    Thursday, August 13, 2009

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    Georgia Congressman Paul Broun warned attendees of a town hall event Tuesday that the Obama administration was planning to use a pandemic or a natural disaster to implement martial law in the United States.

    Speaking at the North Georgia Technical College auditorium, Broun said that the “socialistic elite,” as well as Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, were planning to exploit a crisis to create a favorable climate for their stalling political agenda.

    “They’re trying to develop an environment where they can take over,” he said. “We’ve seen that historically.”

    Broun’s warning arrives on the back of a letter sent by The National Governors Association to the Pentagon last week, which condemns the military’s plans to usurp domestic control of National Guard and federal forces deployed in the event of a natural disaster or terrorist attack.

    In December 2008 it was announced that at least 20,000 more active duty soldiers will be placed inside the United States under Northcom to “help state and local officials respond to a nuclear terrorist attack or other domestic catastrophe.”

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    “Domestic emergency deployment may be “just the first example of a series of expansions in presidential and military authority,” or even an increase in domestic surveillance, warned Anna Christensen of the ACLU’s National Security Project. And Cato Vice President Gene Healy warned of “a creeping militarization” of homeland security.”

    The contention that the troops will merely help “recovery efforts” after a major catastrophe is contradicted by the fact that Northcom itself, in a September 8 Army Times article, said the first wave of the deployment, which was put in place on October 1st at Fort Stewart and at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, would be aimed at tackling “civil unrest and crowd control”.

    Congressman Broun has been a thorn in the side of Obama’s agenda since day one, voting against the “cap and trade” bill and slamming the entire concept of man-made global warming as a “hoax”.

    He also spoke out against Obama’s plan to create a “national civilian security force,” warning that the program sounded like a 21st century Gestapo and that it was part of a move towards a Marxist dictatorship.

    “That’s exactly what Hitler did in Nazi Germany and it’s exactly what the Soviet Union did,” Broun said. “When he’s proposing to have a national security force that’s answering to him, that is as strong as the U.S. military, he’s showing me signs of being Marxist.”

    Broun also cited the threat to the second amendment posed by the Obama administration and anti-gun Attorney General Eric Holder.

    “We can’t be lulled into complacency,” Broun said. “You have to remember that Adolf Hitler was elected in a democratic Germany. I’m not comparing him to Adolf Hitler. What I’m saying is there is the potential of going down that road.”

    MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann voted Broun his “worst person in the world” on two separate occasions and attacked the Congressman as a racist and a bigot for expressing worries about the porous border with Mexico in relation to the swine flu outbreak. Olbermann claimed that Broun had “exploited a dead baby” to make his “sick, xenophobic and utterly irrelevant case about immigration.”

    In November 2008, Olbermann erroneously claimed that Obama had called for a “civilian reserve corps” and “federally funded construction workers” when he had actually announced a plan for a “national security force,” as this video shows. Olbermann attacked Broun for expressing concerns about the program.

    In July 2008 on the campaign trail, Obama called for a “civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded,” as the U.S. military.

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  • Scavpor 5:23 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Socialism is the New N-Word? 

    August 13, 2009

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  • Scavpor 5:19 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Recent Attempt at Discrediting Obama-as-Joker Image Smells like PsyOp 

    Jurriaan Maessen
    August 13, 2009

    It was to be expected. The surge of Obama-as-Joker posters has been seized upon to confuse and distract the sleep drunk giant in his process of awakening. While the attempt to equate the Joker-depiction with racism has failed for obvious reasons, a new tactic has surfaced, attempting to associate the Joker-poster with those in the habit of issuing death threats.

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    Democrat Rep. Brian Baird

    TheHill.Com online newspaper reported that the very democratic congressman who recently screamed that the grass roots opposition manifesting in the town hall meetings on health care resemble “Brown Shirt tactics”, received a fax by a person or persons unknown depicting the famous Obama as the Joker. But the image that was sent to Democratic congressman Brian Baird had some strange additions to it, in an obvious attempt to discredit the grass roots opposition to the recent health care bill.

    According to TheHill.Com, the fax showed the familiar image of the Joker superimposed on the face of the President, but this time “On Obama’s forehead is a communist hammer-and-sickle insignia, and beneath the image is the text: “Death to all Marxists! Foreign and Domestic!”’.

    The fax has of course been forwarded to the Secret Service, responsible for investigating death threats directed at the President, deeming the image as “potentially an investigative intelligence matter”.

    At first glance, the fax could be viewed as a thoughtless initiative by some lone ne’er-do-well. But various aspects of this curious case make this particular matter all too convenient. Viewed in the context of the recent uprising by the American people in defiance of tyranny, the matter acquires an extra dimension.

    “The message made no specific reference to Baird”, the online paper states, “and it is unclear why it was sent to his office. No other congressional office reported receiving a similar fax.”

    It was of course Congressman Baird who recently opened his heart to The Columbian, saying that “What we’re seeing right now is close to Brown Shirt tactics. I mean that very seriously.”- he added. In the same interview, Baird stated that he won’t face his constituents regarding the health care debate out of fear of an “ambush”. Instead, the Congressman will host “telephone town halls” so he won’t have to face the people directly, who assemble to redress grievances. Just imagine one of the 18th century statesmen cowering from facing the people. Regardless of the opposition he would expect to face, it would be unthinkable for him to avoid a confrontation as he owes his position to his constituents. But this 21st century politician is made of infinitely weaker stuff than the statesmen of old.

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    As apprehensive as the Congressman is in facing the people he represents, as willing he is to make taxpayer-funded trips to the Antarctic and the Galapagos Islands on one of his many global warming awareness trips. The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted a 2008 trip made by Baird and other members of Congress, in which the Congressmen and their spouses “went diving and snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef, rode a cable car through the Australian rain forest and visited a penguin breeding ground during the 11-day trip. The group also stopped in Hawaii on the way home.” Baird’s response to the allegation? “I think I have a responsibility to know about the oceans, for the good of our country.”

    Does Baird’s disregard for the people he is supposed to represent know any bounds? Apparently not. It was Baird who had the audacity to compare the protestors “tactics” in town hall meetings to those of alleged Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh; and he abandons even the pretext of thinking when he exclaimed “It’s a lynch mob mentality out there.”

    Now isn’t it interesting that it is none other than Congressman Brian Baird, receiving this fax, obviously enforcing the notion that he is justified in his arrogant cowardice? Any and all criticism of Obama equals death threats, people vehemently opposing the health care bill are being aligned with those who feverishly cut and paste newspaper-headlines into death threats against public officials.

    But it seems that this case has an even darker aspect. The obvious thing to notice, if one happens to stumble upon it. The Oregonian reported on July 31, that Brian Baird introduced legislation recently, “authorizing the spending of $ 10 million a year to figure out how best to help and persuade people to reduce their energy use.” As a licensed clinical psychologist, Mr. Baird’s bill HR 3247 “would establish a social and behavioral research program in the Department of Energy.” When the bill was debated before the House Committee on Science and Technology last week, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) expressed rightful concern that “At some point, controlling peoples’ behavior and social engineering becomes a threat to peoples’ freedom”. Baird responded with the favourite decoy, playing into people’s fears of being viewed as nuts: “the first thing we need to do is send aluminium hats to people to protect them from mind rays.”

    As becomes clear from this latest bill, sponsored by Baird, he would have the government tracking and modifying the behaviour of citizens in regards to energy use by installing a behavioral science division within the Department of Energy. Such psychological operations by a government division obviously go against the very grain of the U.S. Constitution. But Baird won’t be dissuaded by that. As becomes clear from his remarks on the town hall protests, the Constitution is only an afterthought in his mind, preoccupied as he is with matters of behavioral science and its application on the American people.

    How convenient it is, that the same Congressman openly involved in psychological operations against the American people, now is the sole receiver of a fax portraying the Obama-as-Joker, underlined by a death threat. It has all the earmarks of a psychological operation in effect, conditioning people to not only equate the Obama-as-Joker poster with aggressive death threats, but rather all opposition to the government’s policies as suspect.

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  • Scavpor 5:17 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Concerning the “Death Panels” 

    Sarah Palin
    August 13, 2009

    Yesterday President Obama responded to my statement that Democratic health care proposals would lead to rationed care; that the sick, the elderly, and the disabled would suffer the most under such rationing; and that under such a system these “unproductive” members of society could face the prospect of government bureaucrats determining whether they deserve health care.

    The President made light of these concerns. He said:

    “Let me just be specific about some things that I’ve been hearing lately that we just need to dispose of here. The rumor that’s been circulating a lot lately is this idea that somehow the House of Representatives voted for death panels that will basically pull the plug on grandma because we’ve decided that we don’t, it’s too expensive to let her live anymore….It turns out that I guess this arose out of a provision in one of the House bills that allowed Medicare to reimburse people for consultations about end-of-life care, setting up living wills, the availability of hospice, etc. So the intention of the members of Congress was to give people more information so that they could handle issues of end-of-life care when they’re ready on their own terms. It wasn’t forcing anybody to do anything.” [1]

    The provision that President Obama refers to is Section 1233 of HR 3200, entitled “Advance Care Planning Consultation.” [2] With all due respect, it’s misleading for the President to describe this section as an entirely voluntary provision that simply increases the information offered to Medicare recipients. The issue is the context in which that information is provided and the coercive effect these consultations will have in that context.

    Section 1233 authorizes advanced care planning consultations for senior citizens on Medicare every five years, and more often “if there is a significant change in the health condition of the individual … or upon admission to a skilled nursing facility, a long-term care facility… or a hospice program.” [3] During those consultations, practitioners must explain “the continuum of end-of-life services and supports available, including palliative care and hospice,” and the government benefits available to pay for such services. [4]

    Now put this in context. These consultations are authorized whenever a Medicare recipient’s health changes significantly or when they enter a nursing home, and they are part of a bill whose stated purpose is “to reduce the growth in health care spending.” [5] Is it any wonder that senior citizens might view such consultations as attempts to convince them to help reduce health care costs by accepting minimal end-of-life care? As Charles Lane notes in the Washington Post, Section 1233 “addresses compassionate goals in disconcerting proximity to fiscal ones…. If it’s all about alleviating suffering, emotional or physical, what’s it doing in a measure to “bend the curve” on health-care costs?” [6]

    As Lane also points out:

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    Though not mandatory, as some on the right have claimed, the consultations envisioned in Section 1233 aren’t quite “purely voluntary,” as Rep. Sander M. Levin (D-Mich.) asserts. To me, “purely voluntary” means “not unless the patient requests one.” Section 1233, however, lets doctors initiate the chat and gives them an incentive — money — to do so. Indeed, that’s an incentive to insist.

    Patients may refuse without penalty, but many will bow to white-coated authority. Once they’re in the meeting, the bill does permit “formulation” of a plug-pulling order right then and there. So when Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) denies that Section 1233 would “place senior citizens in situations where they feel pressured to sign end-of-life directives that they would not otherwise sign,” I don’t think he’s being realistic. [7]

    Even columnist Eugene Robinson, a self-described “true believer” who “will almost certainly support” “whatever reform package finally emerges”, agrees that “If the government says it has to control health-care costs and then offers to pay doctors to give advice about hospice care, citizens are not delusional to conclude that the goal is to reduce end-of-life spending.” [8]

    So are these usually friendly pundits wrong? Is this all just a “rumor” to be “disposed of”, as President Obama says? Not according to Democratic New York State Senator Ruben Diaz, Chairman of the New York State Senate Aging Committee, who writes:

    Section 1233 of House Resolution 3200 puts our senior citizens on a slippery slope and may diminish respect for the inherent dignity of each of their lives…. It is egregious to consider that any senior citizen … should be placed in a situation where he or she would feel pressured to save the government money by dying a little sooner than he or she otherwise would, be required to be counseled about the supposed benefits of killing oneself, or be encouraged to sign any end of life directives that they would not otherwise sign. [9]

    Of course, it’s not just this one provision that presents a problem. My original comments concerned statements made by Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, a health policy advisor to President Obama and the brother of the President’s chief of staff. Dr. Emanuel has written that some medical services should not be guaranteed to those “who are irreversibly prevented from being or becoming participating citizens….An obvious example is not guaranteeing health services to patients with dementia.” [10] Dr. Emanuel has also advocated basing medical decisions on a system which “produces a priority curve on which individuals aged between roughly 15 and 40 years get the most chance, whereas the youngest and oldest people get chances that are attenuated.” [11]

    President Obama can try to gloss over the effects of government authorized end-of-life consultations, but the views of one of his top health care advisors are clear enough. It’s all just more evidence that the Democratic legislative proposals will lead to health care rationing, and more evidence that the top-down plans of government bureaucrats will never result in real health care reform.

    [1] See http://blogs.abcnews.com/p oliticalpunch/2009/08/pres ident-obama-addresses-sara h-palin-death-panels-wild- representations.html.
    [2] See http://edlabor.house.gov/d ocuments/111/pdf/publicati ons/AAHCA-BillText-071409. pdf
    [3] See HR 3200 sec. 1233 (hhh)(1); Sec. 1233 (hhh)(3)(B)(1), above.
    [4] See HR 3200 sec. 1233 (hhh)(1)(E), above.
    [5] See http://edlabor.house.gov/d ocuments/111/pdf/publicati ons/AAHCA-BillText-071409. pdf
    [6] See http://www.washingtonpost. com/wp-dyn/content/article /2009/08/07/AR200908070304 3.html].
    [7] Id.
    [8] See http://www.washingtonpost. com/wp-dyn/content/article /2009/08/10/AR200908100245 5.html].
    [9] See http://www.nysenate.gov/pr ess-release/letter-congres sman-henry-waxman-re-secti on-1233-hr-3200.
    [10] See http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/W here_Civic_Republicanism_a nd_Deliberative_Democracy_ Meet.pdf
    [11] See http://www.scribd.com/doc/ 18280675/Principles-for-Al location-of-Scarce-Medical -Interventions.

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  • Scavpor 5:14 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Tamiflu turned my children into hallucinating, sobbing wrecks’ 

    Richard Price
    Mail Online
    August 13, 2009
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    This week, it was with no small measure of satisfaction that I watched Andy Burnham, our implausibly youthful Health Secretary, squirm on the GMTV sofa.

    Andrew Castle, it must be said, is no Jeremy Paxman. So when Mr Burnham agreed to take part in the show to discuss the alleged merits of Tamiflu (how it sticks in my craw even to write those words) he was doubtless looking forward to putting across the Government’s point of view in the gentlest of surroundings.

    What ensued was an ambush, as the visibly irate presenter revealed that his daughter Georgina had collapsed and nearly died after taking the supposedly harmless drug.

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  • Scavpor 5:11 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Southern Poverty Law Center Supporter: Execute Alex Jones For His Political Beliefs 

    Paul Joseph Watson
    Prison Planet.com
    Thursday, August 13, 2009

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    Despite the fact that the Southern Poverty Law Center linked Infowars and Alex Jones with Pittsburgh cop killer Richard Poplawski earlier this year because Poplawski had left comments on Jones’ websites, comments on SPLC’s own website that call for Alex Jones to be executed for his political beliefs have remained online for four months.

    Southern Poverty Law Center’s concern about comments on the Internet which call for violence does not seem to extend to their own website.

    In a response to SPLC’s smear piece which connects Poplawski to Jones, which remains uncorrected despite several other large websites making retractions on the issue, a commenter compares Jones to the “Taliban, Nazis and ruthless fascist dictators” and says that people like him blow up clinics, fly planes into buildings, hang people and shoot cops.

    The respondent then advocates that Jones and his ilk receive “a lethal injection or a bolt of electricity,” i.e. that they be executed by the state simply for espousing political viewpoints that some may disagree with.

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    The commenter then laments, “I expect to see more violence,” seemingly oblivious that he just advocated people be killed by the government for the words they say.

    The comments were made on April 15th by a person calling themselves “Hawkeye”. They have remained on the SPLC website for nearly four months without being removed.

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    The Southern Poverty Law Center routinely cites Internet chatter advocating violence as an excuse to push their anti-free speech agenda, and yet when their own supporters threaten violence it’s seemingly not a problem.

    Other respondents to the article highlight the fact that the tragic death of three police officers during the incident was caused by an escalation of a domestic dispute, and had nothing to do with Poplawski’s political beliefs. Poplawski’s mother threw him out of the house because his dog had urinated on the floor and she then called the police when Poplawski became threatening.

    However, in the days after the event, numerous leftist blogs attempted to smear Alex Jones and Infowars by claiming that Poplawski was a fan, despite the fact that his comments expressed vehement disagreement with Jones for not sharing his beliefs. This led to several large websites, including Raw Story and Crooks and Liars, to issue retractions and withdraw the accusation, something that the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti Defamation League have refused to do.

    As we reported yesterday, the SPLC have issued a new report which recycles bellicose propaganda about how “rightwing extremists” are planning to commit acts of domestic terrorism because they are upset with Obama. As we highlighted, every major act of domestic terrorism in the last 20 years has been carried out by the federal government, from Ruby Ridge, to Waco, to the Oklahoma City bombing, with court documents now proving that Timothy McVeigh was being groomed by FBI handlers.

    The SPLC has worked closely with Homeland Security to issue similar “threat projections” over the last few years, demonizing gun owners, constitutionalists and libertarians as terrorists, the latest of which, as an FOIA request revealed, was not based on any reliable supporting evidence whatsoever, but was merely the product of a DHS agent surfing around SPLC’s own website, as well as widely a debunked disinformation fringe blog, for a matter of hours.

    URL to article: http://www.infowars.com/southern-poverty-law-center-supporter-execute-alex-jones-for-his-political-beliefs/

  • Scavpor 5:07 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Globalist Snob Rothkopf Says Town Hall Demonstrators Are Morons 

    Kurt Nimmo
    August 13, 2009

    David Rothkopf, managing director of Kissinger and Associates and CFR member, has published an op-ed in the globalist propaganda periodical Foreign Policy.

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    David Rothkopf thinks you’re an idiot for protesting against Obamacare.

    “America has been suffering an outbreak of especially virulent and acute stupidity recently,” writes Rothkopf. “It has been particularly manifest at town hall meetings devoted to ‘discussions’ of health care reform in which incensed Republicans scream at the top of their lungs about provisions that are not actually in any of the legislation under consideration — for example the so-called ‘death panels’ that would have bureaucrats deciding when to pull the plug on ‘grandma’ (as President Obama characterized it yesterday).”

    It is not clear if Rothkopf has read the legislation. Under Section 1233 of HR 3200, entitled “Advance Care Planning Consultation,” practitioners must explain “the continuum of end-of-life services and supports available, including palliative care and hospice,” in other words the government will be in the business of recommending euthanasia in order to “bend the curve” on health care costs, as Charles Lane noted in The Washington Post.

    Of course, the folks Mr. Rothkopf works for are all for eugenics and moving billions of useless eaters off this mortal coil. It was Rothkopf’s boss, Henry Kissinger, who wrote that “depopulation should be the highest priority of U.S. foreign policy towards the Third World.” Kissinger’s boss and patron, David Rockefeller, is from a family that has long advocated and supported removing millions of little people from the planet.

    “Rockefeller influence in American eugenics can be traced to the beginnings of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories. John D. Rockefeller, along with Averell Harriman gave $11 million to create the facility in the early 1900’s,” writes Daniel Taylor. “Rockefeller influence also spread overseas to Germany, where the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Psychiatry, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Eugenics, Anthropology and Human Heredity resided. Much of the money used to run these facilities came from Rockefeller. These weren’t just average scientific institutes; the Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes would become the center for Nazi eugenics programs.”

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    “The world has a cancer, and that cancer is man.” declared Merton Lambert, former spokesman for the Rockefeller foundation. Lambert, of course, was not talking about all men. He was talking about the little folks the elite have nothing but contempt for.

    Rothkopf’s latest diatribe provides ample evidence of this seething contempt. He calls patriotic Americans worried about Obama’s totalitarian health care — including the death panels Rothkopf insists will not exist, contrary to the language of the legislation — as idiots and morons. He also betrays another characteristic of the elite — overriding contempt for Christianity and religion. “Religious idiots,” he writes, “demand and are actually accorded respect for ideas that are so preposterous that they wouldn’t make it into the cosmology of Sponge Bob Square Pants.”

    Rothkopf does not understand what “the idiots have to complain about” since this “country has done more for them than perhaps any other single segment of our society.” For instance, exporting millions of jobs to foreign slave labor gulags, stealing trillions of dollars from the “idiots” and giving it to the criminal banksters, polluting the food supply with GMO and soft kill weapons, installing a military police state and high-tech surveillance grid, and torching the very fabric of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The “idiots” should stay home and allow Rothkopf’s New World Order turn the planet into a third world cesspool.

    Rothkopf also underscores the elite’s hatred of humanity and love of nature denude of pesky useless eaters. “Last week, I spent a couple days — after a beautiful trip of whitewater rafting in Colorado and hiking through the amazing Utah desert — in the idiot capital of America: Las Vegas, Nevada,” he writes. “This past weekend, despite the recession, Las Vegas was choked with people mouth-breathing their way from all-you-can-eat buffets to one opportunity after another to fritter away their kids college funds.”

    In conclusion, Rothkopf hits one out of the ballpark as he proudly reveals the misanthropic psychosis of the elite: “Powerful people in America have come to depend on our idiots precisely because they know that when it comes to stupidity, they will never let us down.”

    In Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making, Rothkopf sketches out the end game of the elite — a plan to completely dominate the planet, destroy national governments and constitutions, and impose a global corporate totalitarian government. The global elite “have little need for national loyalty, view national boundaries as obstacles that thankfully are vanishing, and see national governments as residues from the past whose only useful function is to facilitate the elite’s global operations,” writes Laura Miller in a review of Rothkopf’s book. For more on Rothkopf’s beliefs, see Paul Joseph Watson’s Elitist Blueprint For World Government Revealed.

    David Rothkopf is a new breed of globalist. He does not try to hide his contempt for the larger part of humanity. In a way, we should be thankful for his casual venom and also be thankful that Foreign Policy — originally created by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, established by the eugenicists at the Carnegie Institution — considers it worthy of print and the light of day.

    URL to article: http://www.infowars.com/globalist-snob-rothkopf-says-town-hall-demonstrators-are-morons/

    • Foxwood 5:21 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      In 1794, Congress appropriated $15,000 for relief of French refugees who fled from insurrection in San Domingo to Baltimore and Philadelphia, James Madison stood on the floor of the House to object, “I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents.”

      Constitutional limits on federal power are explained by James Madison in Federalist Paper No. 45: “The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined… be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce.”

      Thomas Jefferson wrote in a letter to Pennsylvania Representative Albert Gallatin, “Congress has not unlimited powers to provide for the general welfare, but only those specifically enumerated. Whensoever the General Federal Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force.”

      In a speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, James Madison said, “The powers of the federal government are enumerated; it can only operate in certain cases; it has legislative powers on defined and limited objects, beyond which it cannot extend its jurisdiction”.

      So why would healthcare even be an issue?

  • Scavpor 5:03 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Chief medical officer reveals swine flu vaccination plans 

    David Batty
    The Guardian
    August 13, 2009
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    People with health conditions such as diabetes, asthma and heart disease will be the first to receive the swine flu vaccine in October, the government said today.

    The vaccination programme, which will give priority to those aged between six months and 65 years old whose health problems could be aggravated by the flu, will begin two months later than the government previously stated.

    Next in line for the vaccine after at-risk groups will be all pregnant women, subject to licensing arrangements on the most suitable trimester to give the jab, people living in households with patients with suppressed immune systems, such as cancer patients receiving chemotherapy or those with HIV, and people over 65 with health problems aggravated by flu.

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  • Scavpor 5:00 pm on August 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    National Guard Takes Over School In Swine Flu “Vaccine Riot” Drill 

    Steve Watson
    Thursday, August 13, 2009

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    A High School in Maine is to be taken over by the National Guard today for the purposes of a drill that will see Guardsmen deal with unruly citizens begging for swine flu vaccines.

    Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in Paris, ME, has been chosen as a distribution site for the H1N1 flu vaccine by state officials.

    Today’s drill will enact a riot scenario after Gov. John Baldacci and Gen. John Libby, adjutant general of the Maine National Guard, agreed that measures should be in place to deal with a possible public rush for inoculations against swine flu.

    “On Thursday morning, four or five National Guard Humvees will travel from Augusta to Paris with vials of fake serum.” reports the Maine Sun Journal.

    “The National Guardsmen will take on the roles of panicked citizens and military police and practice what they would do, such as using tear gas, in the case of a riot.” The article continues.

    Local police will also liaise with the National Guard on the school grounds. The school itself will remain open, according to the report.

    Center for Disease Control figures state that there are 323 confirmed cases of H1N1 in Maine. One man has died from the disease, though he was said to have “underlying health conditions” that were worsened by the flu.

    This story dovetails with reports from late July indicating that the U.S. military is gearing up to get involved in the H1N1 swine flu outbreak promised to strike in the Fall.

    “The U.S. military wants to establish regional teams of military personnel to assist civilian authorities in the event of a significant outbreak of the H1N1 virus this fall, according to Defense Department officials,” a proposal that is currently on the desk of Defense Secretary Robert Gates, according to a CNN report.

    The report indicates that the troops could be drawn from either active duty forces or the National Guard and Reserve forces, or both.

    “As a first step, Gates is being asked to sign a so-called ‘execution order’ that would authorize the military to begin to conduct the detailed planning to execute the proposed plan.” the report states.

    Gates’ overtures to usurp control of the Guard in a national emergency, and even to eventually merge the Guard and the Army Reserves into the “Total Force” of the U.S. military, under management of the DoD, has riled state authorities.

    Last week The National Governors Association wrote to the Pentagon condemning the military’s open plans to effectively seize domestic control of National Guard and federal forces deployed in the event of a disaster or terrorist attack.

    The NGA noted that the military’s agenda amounted to a dilution of governors’ constitutional responsibilities.

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    In addition to these ongoing proposals, the Pentagon has announced that at least 20,000 more active duty soldiers will be placed inside the United States under Northcom to “help state and local officials respond to a nuclear terrorist attack or other domestic catastrophe.”

    According to Northcom itself, the move also encompasses “civil unrest and crowd control”.

    The ACLU has warned that the deployment represents an expansion in presidential and military authority and a militarization of homeland security.

    This trend hasn’t gone unnoticed on Capitol Hill either. Georgia Congressman Paul Broun warned attendees of a town hall event Tuesday that the Obama administration is planning to use a pandemic or a natural disaster to implement martial law in the United States, in the wake of increased political unrest and plunging approval ratings.

    The use of the National Guard for law enforcement duties and confrontation of the American people is becoming increasingly commonplace throughout the US.

    National Guard troops were used to control the public during the Boston Marathon, the Kentucky Derby, and during New Year celebrations in Times Square last year.

    As we reported last week, the sheriff of Alabama’s most populous county has announced he will probably have to bring in National Guard troops to perform law enforcement duties due to budget cuts.

    Such a move has been replicated in other parts of the country, including in Schenectady New York, where budgetary constraints were not even cited as a reason for the changeover.

    Back in April of this year, The Maryland National Guard was put on alert under an anti-terrorism program in anticipation of nationwide Tea Party protests. A “Force Protection advisory” document stated that Guardsmen and Guard facilities might become “targets of opportunity.”

    One month earlier in March, the United States Army Reserve Command published a Force Protection Advisory recommending “situational awareness” and “mitigation measures” in response to End the Fed protests.

    Other National Guard outfits have recently undergone training to engage in combat with “militia” groups, and held door to door gun confiscation drills.

    Meanwhile, the Army National Guard is advertising for qualified personnel to work as Corrections Officers and Internment/Resettlement Specialists.

    The use of military assets in civilian law enforcement is still illegal under Posse Comitatus, unless a clear state of emergency exists.

    URL to article: http://www.infowars.com/national-guard-takes-over-school-in-swine-flu-vaccine-riot-drill/

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