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Sarah Palin, Will She Run For President?
Sarah Palin, a very strong Conservative, may decide to run, she has a very strong following. There is only one Sarah and the libs are scared to death of her, sort of like they were of President Reagan, I remember all the b. s. they were mouthing. They know she is formidable, she can raise a half dead audience to their feet cheering.
She said a candidate like Hillary is no obstacle at all.
I know she would bring this country back from the abyss BHO and company has taken us to, bring back our military strength and regain our once held respect in the world, she would renew our relationship with our allies and be formidable to our enemies, we would return to the Constitution and the Rule of law, as set by our Founders, the countless executive orders would be examined for elimination and that damnable Obamacare would see the kiss of dearth…
Now there is a woman. She has the qualities of a Margaret Thatcher. The question is will she throw her hat in the ring, I hope she will in spite of foul mouthed addlebrained liberals who know she is capable of sweeping the floor with them, like an iron lady
1776 is the year that America declared their independence, but it is also the year that the Illuminati was founded, and the Illuminati came first.
“For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.” Revelation 17:17 (KJV)
How well I remember the crystal-clear, cornflower blue sky on the morning of September 11, 2001. It was a perfect day, until the towers fell at the hand of Muslim terrorists. Out of the rubble, slowly arose a defiant new structure called the Freedom Tower, and it was being built to stand at exactly 1,176 feet from stem to stern. Patriots cheered and America got back to business. Then, very quietly, things started to change. Freedom Tower was out. The new name became the One World building.
What do I see when I look at the new logo? I see “One World”…”forever” as a message from the New World Order.
On March 27, 2009 NBC News reported that “the agency that owns the site says that the signature 1,776-foot skyscraper replacing the towers destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001, will be known as One World Trade Center. The change came after board members voted to sign a 21-year lease deal with Vantone, a Chinese real estate giant, which will become the first commercial tenant at Ground Zero. The negotiations with Vantone, which is closely affiliated with the Chinese Communist government, had nothing to do with the name change”
And just so you have it straight in your head, the new name of the building was not changed to “1 World Trade Center”, it was changed to “One World, trade center”. Because that’s how it appears in all the splashy new logos and graphics in their advertisements. It is the One World building, that also happens to be a trade center. But that’s just a name, you say, right? Let’s take a look at what’s under the flashy new facade.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is secretly planning to deploy military-grade technology at One World
In February of 2012, it was reported that the high-tech system of thousands of “intelligent” cameras and computer processors can recognize people’s faces and retinas and then compare that information with databases such as terrorist watch lists, sources said.
One World Trade Center – A Stamp Of The Illuminati
Security measures at the 16-acre include the sensitive cameras alongside infrared and heat sensors that can be outfitted with explosive and radiation detectors.
And agency brass also are authorizing “artificial intelligence” computers that constantly track the behavior of people on the ground — figuring out how to spot “unusual movements” that can be flagged for security personnel.
For example, cops could be dispatched if the computers detected someone deviating from the normal walkways or walking against the flow of pedestrians; jumping around or making erratic movements; or dropping a bag where people do not usually leave their luggage.
“What we’re doing at the One World building has never been done before,” one agency official said.
The agency’s system will be connected to the NYPD’s Lower Manhattan Security Initiative, which has cameras and scanners spread around downtown. The Defense Department contractor Behavioral Recognition Systems, based in Houston, will set up most of the system, which is expected to cost tens of millions of dollars.
n other words, the new One World building is meant to be the hub point through which the entire city of Manhattan will be wired for around the clock, hyper-invasive surveillance.
Muslim minarets adorn the top of the new One World building
When Muslims claim victory in a military conquest, they do two things. They build a mosque on or near the site of the battle, and then they raise up a minaret as high as it will go to show the world that that land has been claimed as an Islamic victory. The image on the left is the tower on top of the One World building, and the image on the right a minaret on an Islamic mosque. So what exactly would be the difference between these two structures? I am hard-pressed to discern between the two. They attempted to also build a huge mega-mosque right near the Ground Zero site as well, but were defeated by the efforts of our friend Pamela Geller from Atlas Shrugs. But, as you can see, raising the minarets was completely successful.
The Illuminati was founded in 1776, nine weeks before that of America
1776 is the year that America declared their independence, but it is also the year that the Illuminati was founded as well. In fact, the Illuminati’s creation on May 1st predates America’s founding by nearly 9 weeks. If they would have kept the original name of Freedom Tower, as it was supposed to be called, then that would be a great and patriotic match to the year 1776. But with the name change to the One World building, I have to believe that 1776 is indeed a reference to the founding of the Illuminati.
Just as the New World Order decided to put the headquarters of the Luciferian organization known as the United Nations in New York City, they have also decided to put the central command center for the coming One Word Government in New York City as well. The One World building, which could aptly be called America’s Pyramid, is a collection of Illuminati triangles from any angle you look at it from, including from an aerial view at the very top.
And lastly, however you choose to believe that the Twin Towers were brought down, one thing is for certain. What arose from the rubble in the aftermath was a scary new world that is on 24 x 7 digital lockdown, with never-ending global wars, and open terrorist attacks in every major city in America. Police departments are all being militarized with battlefield tanks, and the uniform of the average policeman looks like a cyborg from a video game. Government-funded race riots break out every few months, attempting to provoke a new civil war.
A lot more than people died on 9-11, freedom died that day as well, as the Patriot Act, the Utah Data Center, and the Department of Homeland Security will attest to.
The plight of Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling seems unbelievable, but it’s disgustingly all too real
“No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.” Isaiah 54:17 (KJV)
They say that if you put a frog into boiling water, it will jump out. But if you put the same frog in cold water and gradually turn up the heat, it will never jump out until it’s too late, and get cooked. That’s exactly how the Obama administration is removing our freedoms, one at a time. And he has been astonishing successful. America in 2015 is a place Jesus Christ and the Bible are considered hate speech, and the LGBT Agenda is glorified. A place where everyone has rights except the bible believing Christian, run by an administration that allows Iran to have nuclear weapons but posting a Bible verse to your personal computer is illegal.
America, the wolf is in the White House and you are losing the battle for your liberty. It’s time to wake up, or admit defeat.
A United States Marine was convicted at a court-martial for refusing to remove a Bible verse on her computer – a verse of Scripture the military determined “could easily be seen as contrary to good order and discipline.”
The plight of Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling seems unbelievable – a member of the Armed Forces criminally prosecuted for displaying a slightly altered passage of Scripture from the Old Testament: “No weapon formed against me shall prosper.”
Sterling, who represented herself at trial, was convicted February 1, 2014 in a court-martial at Camp Lejune, North Carolina after she refused to obey orders from a staff sergeant to remove the Bible verses from her desk.
She was found guilty of failing to go to her appointed place of duty, disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer, and four specifications of disobeying the lawful order of a noncommissioned officer.
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It isn't - and the law suits will be forthcoming.
There’s now another issue with the controversial water rule proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers.
The Environmental Protection Agency wants you to think there’s a lot of support for the proposed water rule that seeks to give the agency and the Army Corps jurisdiction over almost every water. Reportedly, the agency may cite this “overwhelming” support when it releases its final rule any day now.
In March, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, “We have received over 1 million comments, and 87.1 percent of those comments we have counted so far—we are only missing 4,000—are supportive of this rule.”
Before proponents (the agency, Army Corps, and perhaps some of their friends and family members) get too excited, the pronouncement of support is misleading.
McCarthy failed to mention the Environmental Protection Agency engaged in controversial activities to help get support for the rule. Some have claimed these activities may even be illegal.
For example, the agency used a Thunderclap campaign to drum up support using social media. “We hope you’ll support our clean water proposal. To help you do that, and get your friends to also voice their support, we’re using a new tool called Thunderclap; it’s like a virtual flash mob.” The message was sent to about 1.8 million people.
The agency also has used social media in other ways to help promote the rule.
According to The New York Times, “Late last year, the EPA sponsored a drive on Facebook and Twitter to promote its proposed clean water rule in conjunction with the Sierra Club.”
The Environmental Protection Agency also developed a video to promote the rule, asking the question “Do you choose clean water?” As if critics of the rule want dirty water. On top of this, McCarthy has dismissed some public concerns about the rule as “ludicrous” and “silly.”
As seen through these examples, the Environmental Protection Agency has been acting more like an advocacy group than a federal agency that is supposed to welcome comments from all sides. It has tried to influence the comments that were received. When the agency uses its massive resources to get support for its rule, it shouldn’t be a surprise when it receives comments that support the rule.
After receiving heat about these questionable actions, the agency defended itself by claiming, “Our goal is to inform and educate. We encourage folks from all perspectives to participate so we can understand more, learn more and finalize a stronger rule.”
An agency isn’t educating when it’s actively trying to gain support for its rule and using numerous social media outlets to advocate. Suggesting support for the proposed rule is the same as supporting clean water isn’t education; it’s rhetoric.
The agency isn’t encouraging folks from all perspectives to participate when the head of the agency calls some public concerns ludicrous and silly. The message to the public is don’t even bother expressing criticism because we will either mock it or ignore it.
Of course, the number of comments isn’t supposed to matter anyway. As the agency itself states, “The comment process is not a vote—one well-supported comment is often more informative to the agency than a thousand form letters.” In fact, most of the comments were form letters (there were more than 1 million mass mail comments).
McCarthy also fails to mention opposition to the rule is massive. Groups representing farmers, ranchers, small businesses, manufacturers, homebuilders, mining companies, counties, cities and state legislators, as well as individuals, state officials and other groups have submitted substantive comments expressing opposition to the rule. In other words, there is widespread opposition rarely seen to a proposed rule.
The rulemaking process is supposed to be open and welcoming for the public. It should not be gamed by an agency.
If we are talking about support for a rule, form letters don’t provide any answers, and the agency knows this. These desperate actions by the agency are understandable (not justified) when their rule is one of the most widely reviled in recent memory.
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