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Are You Living in Fear of Ferguson?

The Bible states that fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. It also states that being afraid is a sin: you have no faith in God’s plan.

The nation sits and waits in a fear manufactured by our government, media and lack of faith. A decision is expected tomorrow and the media would have us believe that one decision will generate nationwide protests and possibly riots. Is this your America?

Our “leaders” are doing nothing to alleviate the situation and the pResident tells the protest leaders in Ferguson to “stay the course”. And that is the problem: there should be only Americans working together to solve our problems, not divided special interests. Our government is using everything to divide us: race, economic status, educational status, immigration, sexual orientation, gender, age or political party. Any common ground such as the future of our children is not discussed. And we do have common ground.

So why is no one unifying us? Why are we being divided? We know the reason and yet no one speaks up. No church leaders, no political leaders and no black leaders in this case. At least none the media will show.

I do not believe that America has fallen so low that one incident would put the entire nation in fear. But I could be wrong. We will find out shortly. And we will also find out if this is the final crisis that the government will not allow to go to waste. Or we may find out that this nation is still a God fearing country.

David DeGerolamo

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Grand Jury Decision Unlikely This Weekend As Private Security Move “Guns & Gold” Out Of Ferguson

Sporadic confrontations and violence between protesters and police continued to occur overnight in Ferguson as multiple news agencies report grand jury considering whether to indict the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown is unlikely to meet and render a decision this weekend. The fear, as we have previously noted, is a major uprising as one sign protested, “if the killer cop walks, AmeriKKKa Halts,” and as Fox reports, Brown family attorney is managing expectations, 99% of the time the police officer is not held accountable for killing a young black boy,” Crump said. “The police officer gets all the consideration.” There is, however, another potential reason for delaying the decision’s reporting, as VICE reports, business owners in the St. Louis, Missouri area have hired private military contractors to transport guns and gold, fearing their shops will be targeted by looters if a grand jury does not indict.

As Fox reports, a grand jury decision this weekend is unlikely,

The grand jury considering whether to indict the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed teenager Michael Brown is unlikely to meet and render a decision this weekend, sources told Fox News on Saturday.


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… Owwww … my eyes … cannot “unsee” …

The World Upside Down.

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The State … changing lives, one man at a time …

“Three of the group were tied to stakes in readiness for execution. At the last moment there was a roll of drums, and the firing squad lowered its rifles. Reprieved, the prisoners were put in shackles and sent into Siberian exile – in Dostoyevsky’s case for four years of hard labour, followed by compulsory service in the Russian army. In 1859 a new tsar allowed Dostoyevsky to end his Siberian exile. A year later he was back in the literary world of St Petersburg.

Execution of two nihilists in St Petersburg, 1880

“Dostoyevsky’s experience had altered him profoundly. He did not abandon his view that Russian society needed to be radically changed. He continued to believe that the institution of serfdom was profoundly immoral, and to the end of his life he detested the landed aristocracy. But his experience of being on what he’d believed was the brink of death had given him a new perspective on time and history. Many years later he remarked: “I cannot recall when I was ever as happy as on that day.”

“From then onwards he realised that human life was not a movement from a backward past to a better future, as he had believed or half-believed when he shared the ideas of the radical intelligentsia. Instead, every human being stood at each moment on the edge of eternity. As a result of this revelation, Dostoyevsky became increasingly mistrustful of the progressive ideology to which he had been drawn as a young man.”

From BBC News “A Point of View: The writer who foresaw the rise of the totalitarian state”

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An Oldie But A Goodie

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Judge Jeanine Ravages Obama’s Lawless Immigration Orders

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Photo: Some continue to be optimistic and believe in the political process.


Freedom is a State of Mind

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Time to Cut the Cord

It's Tea Time.



After we finished our podcast for Forward Observer magazine this week, Sam Culper scheduled a follow up meeting in December for another podcast. The topic will be “Cutting the Cord”. Until you realize that a paradigm shift in required to secure your future, you will be enslaved. Cutting the cord is this paradigm shift. Eliminating all forms of dependence may be an obvious solution to regaining freedom, but you must first recognize that you are enslaved.

1. Voting for politicians who have created the problems we face will never solve those problems. It is in their interests to literally crush us with taxes, regulations and laws.

2. Obeying the law is only applicable in a country which has the rule of law, applies it equally and does not pass legislation to make criminals out of people. We no longer live in such a country which no longer has the rule of law. Conscientious objection and gray man tactics must be part of our life: an unConstitutional or unjust law must be disobeyed.

3. Become self reliant in all aspects of your life: monetary needs, food, housing and clothing. I know it is hard. Receiving any form of government assistance will only have disastrous consequences in the future.

4. Learn skill sets that our forefathers knew and master them.

5. The pResident rewards illegal aliens. I understand his rhetoric that they must pay “taxes” but the reality is that they do not. Citizens work and pay “tribute” to the government. If the underground economic system is not paying their “fair share”, neither should we. Be creative, be gray.

David DeGerolamo

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Ann Barnhardt on the Law

It occurred to me that perhaps a way to describe the Law, and the reason why Our Lord says, “If you love Me, keep My Commandments”, is this:  The Law simply tells us how NOT TO HURT GOD.

Every single item of the Law, every single sin could fit into this formula:

If you do ______________, it will hurt Me.

If you don’t love Me, it will hurt Me.
If you don’t go to Mass, it will hurt Me.
If you have sex outside of marriage, it will hurt Me.
If you lie, it will hurt Me.
If you steal, it will hurt Me.
If you don’t forgive your enemies, it will hurt Me.
If you are indifferent to the eternal fate of others’ souls, it will hurt Me.

The Law is simply God telling us the things that we do that HURT HIM.  And isn’t that what we are supposed to do with each other?  If we have a friend or family member or spouse that is hurting us, aren’t we supposed to tell them?  And if we are hurting in some way someone we love – even if inadvertently or through ignorance – shouldn’t we WANT to know so that we can stop hurting them?  How then could God, our Tremendous Lover, NOT tell us the things that we do that hurt Him?  And how could we possibly, possibly ignore Him?


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Helicopter money

Periodically articles appear advocating, or discussing, helicopter money. Here is a simple guide to this strange sounding concept. I go in descending order of importance, covering the essential ground in points 1-7, and dealing with more esoteric matters after that.

  1. Helicopter money is a form of fiscal stimulus. The original Friedman thought experiment involved the central bank distributing money by helicopter, but the real world counterpart to that is a tax cut of some form.
  2. What makes helicopter money different from a conventional tax cut is that helicopter money is paid for by the central bank printing money, rather than the government issuing debt.
  3. The central bank printing money is nothing new: Quantitative Easing (QE) involves the central bank creating reserves and using them to buy financial assets – mainly government debt. As a result, helicopter money is actually the combination of two very familiar policies: QE coupled with a tax cut. Another way of thinking about it: instead of using money to buy assets (QE alone), the central bank gives it away to people. If you think intuitively that this would be a better use of the money as a means of stimulating the economy, I think you are right.
  4. Is it exactly the same as a conventional tax cut plus QE? A conventional tax cut would involve the government creating more debt, which the central bank would then buy under QE. With helicopter money no additional government debt would be created. But is government debt held by the central bank, where the central bank pays back to the Treasury the interest it receives on this debt, really government debt in anything more than name only? The answer would appear to be yes, because the central bank could decide to sell the debt, in which case it would revert back to being normal government debt.
  5. However at this point we have to ask what the aim of the central bank is. Suppose the central bank has an inflation target. It achieves that target by changing interest rates, which it can either control (at the short end) or influence (at the long end) by buying or selling assets of various kinds. So central bank decisions about buying and selling government debt are determined by the need to hit the inflation target. Given this, whether money is created by buying government debt (through QE) which finances the tax cut or by financing the tax cut directly seems immaterial, because decisions about how much money gets created in the long run are determined by the need to hit the inflation target.


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“The Constitution went on hiatus last night”

I heard a portion of this on the radio and watched it again when I got home on TheBlaze. The clip is now out on Worth watching.

David DeGerolamo

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An Enslaved People Cannot Claim Their Rights

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A free people [claim] their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.

Thomas Jefferson, Rights of British America, 1774


If Thomas Jefferson was correct, what has happened to the people of this country? pResident Obama does not dictate our rights as “chief magistrate”. And he has no authority to claim our natural law rights as a gift from him. This is not a point of discussion: it is a fact.

A king without subjects is not a king. When I declare that Obama is not my President, it means something. But its meaning is not enough to cause a change in the state of our Liberty. Unless more people stand up for their convictions. What kind of people do not stand up for their rights? We saw the consequences of apathy and fear throughout history. Stalin, Hitler and Mao should be more than enough for us to realize what is at stake. But few people are willing to take their Sacred honor, stand up and do their duty to their country and their God.

Until when?

The borders are not secure from illegal aliens, terrorists or disease. The nation is bankrupt ten times (minimum) of our annual GDP. We sacrifice the lives of our children in wars to promote Islam. Our government illegally wiretaps everyone but the Republican party stopped the debate on legislation in the Senate to start limiting the NSA. The number of scandals under this administration continue to grow.

I could add to this list but to what purpose? Can you imagine trying to explain the state of our government to any of the founding fathers? Can you imagine the disgust that we would evoke in their eyes by our apathy?

The people in this country will awake in mass at some point. When that dam breaks and the floodgates are opened, will we act with Sacred honor or with retribution? We are enslaved and do not have the rule of law in this country. President Jefferson’s statement is true but so is the converse:

An enslaved people cannot claim their rights as derived from the laws of nature, they can only receive what rights are bestowed upon them by their slave owners. We know this to be self evident. We know that our children are enslaved by our inaction. We know that change is coming: but it will not be peaceful and it will not be over quickly.


Trust in the Lord with all Thine Heart. Prepare. Love your children enough to free them.

David DeGerolamo

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North Korea Conducts Ejection Test of Sub-Launched Missile


North Korea recently conducted a test of an ejection launcher that U.S. intelligence agencies assess is part of Pyongyang’s recently discovered submarine-launched ballistic missile program.

The test simulated the initial stage of boosting a missile out of a submarine launch tube and is a sign that the rogue state is moving ahead with plans for underwater missile strike capabilities for a future nuclear-tipped missile, said defense officials.

U.S. intelligence agencies observed the land-based test of the ejection launcher in late October at a facility known to be a key development center for the communist state’s submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) program, according to two officials with access to intelligence reports.

The launcher also could be used by North Korea to launch ballistic or cruise missiles from the deck of a freighter or other kinds of surface vessels.


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It’s Good to Be King


By the power invested by me, I crown myself King!

(insert evil, maniacal laugh here). 

Great commentary about King-O. 

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Police power is the foundation of the state

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“Government is not reason; it’s not eloquence; it is force. Like fire, it’s a dangerous servant and a fearful master…” — George Washington

If there are two words in the English language that we need to understand, they are the words “police power.”

Government is police power. Government by definition, by nature, by history and by practical existence is police power. Government would not and could not exist without police power. When governments lose their police power, they collapse.

Every act of government and its politicians is motivated by its police power. Government police power is awesome, and it is a hush-hush subject.

Let’s look at the sixth edition of “Black’s Law Dictionary,” which defines police power as: “The power of the state to place restraints on the personal freedom and property rights of persons for the protection of the public safety, health and morals or the promotion of the public convenience and general prosperity. The police power is subject to limitations of the federal and state constitutions, and especially to the requirements of due process. Police power is the exercise of the sovereign right of a government to promote order, safety, security, health, morals and general welfare within constitutional limits and is an essential attribute of government.” Marshall v. Kansas City, MO. 355 SW 2nd 877,883.


h/t Hans

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First American Dictator

From YouTube:

Obama’s lawlessness has gone beyond lawless to the acts of a dictator.

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GOP response to Executive Amnesty …

Like always … void bowel and bladder … beat chest … run in circles … do nothing.

Photo stolen from Ken

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Gold Repatriation Stunner: Dutch Central Bank Secretly Withdrew 122 Tons Of Gold From The New York Fed

A week ago, we penned “The Real Reason Why Germany Halted Its Gold Repatriation From The NY Fed“, in which we got, for the first time ever, an admission by an official source, namely the bank that knows everything that takes place in Germany – Deutsche Bank – what the real reason was for Germany’s gold repatriation halt after obtaining a meager 5 tons from the NY Fed:

… the gold community paid great attention to the decision of the German Bundesbank to “bring German gold home”. At the beginning of 2013, the Bundesbank announced it would repatriate 300 tonnes of gold stored in the US by 2020. It is well behind schedule, citing logistical difficulties. Yet diplomatic difficulties are more likely to be the chief cause of the delay, especially seeing as the Bundesbank has proven its capacity to organise large-scale gold transports. In the early 2000s, the Bundesbank incrementally repatriated 930 tonnes of German gold held by the Bank of England.

Some took offense with this, pointing out, accurately, that the gold held at the NY Fed in deposit form for foreign institutions had continued to decline into 2014 despite the alleged German halt. Well, today we know the answer: it wasn’t Germany who was secretly withdrawing gold from the NYFed contrary to what it had publicly disclosed.  

It was the Netherlands.


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The New Segregationists: Eye On Ferguson

by Francis Porretto

I’m not thinking near-term here; I fear a genuine campaign of genocide by American Caucasians against American Negroes. There’s no way to know in advance how much violence and lawlessness would be required to trigger such a reaction. Nevertheless, I maintain that the train of reasoning in the previous section is sound; there is a threshold which, if crossed, will evoke outright genocide. If that should come to pass, who would be more to blame than Leftist luminaries Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and the “unofficial” race-hustlers stoking the fires in Ferguson, Missouri?


The Left is heavily invested in victimism: broadly speaking, the proposition that all of us are either oppressors or oppressed, and that the former owe the latter an unlimited debt. In no case are they more relentlessly strident than in matters of race relations. Thus, it should surprise no one that prominent leftist voices have been egging on the “protestors” in Ferguson, edging asymptotically close to condoning violence and looting, while ceaselessly insisting that the fault for any such occurrences would belong, not to the “protestors,” but to the rest of us for “not doing justice for Michael Brown.”

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Is This Your pResident?

Organizing for ActionThe President's action on immigration.

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Bill Gertz: U.S. Electrical, Financial Networks Mapped for Future Cyber Attacks

Adm. Michael Rogers testifies on Capitol Hill / AP

Critical U.S. infrastructures are being penetrated by foreign states in preparation for devastating future cyber attacks designed to cripple electrical power, communications and financial networks, the commander of the U.S. Cyber Command told Congress on Thursday.

Adm. Mike Rogers, Cybercom chief and director of the National Security Agency, said foreign states have broken into the networks that control industrial systems for a range of what the U.S. government considers 16 critical infrastructures, ranging from electrical power, water, telecommunications and financial systems.

“We have seen instances where we’re observing intrusions into industrial control systems,” Rogers told the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

“What concerns us is that access, that capability, can be used by nation-states, groups or individuals to take down that capability,” he said, noting that hackers believed linked to Iran destroyed 3,000 computers at the Saudi state oil company Aramco.


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Amnesty: Republicans had it coming

I must admit that I have never had much respect for Geraldo Rivera. As expected, the media and the government continue to divide us and assign blame. I will not play the party blame game. What Geraldo is actually saying is that Americans had it coming. We must give the world their fair share: no matter the cost to the people who are being vilified for their race, religion, party, gender, culture, etc.

The first step in any journey is the hardest. Recognizing that the government and media have no respect for the American people or their private property is a good first step. What you will do on your journey to sentience is all that matters.

David DeGerolamo

Geraldo Rivera: Ya era Hora (About Time) – Part One

Republicans had it coming. They allowed their House Leadership to be rendered irrelevant by anti-immigration radicals like Steve King of Iowa and Mo Brooks of Alabama. The right-wing herd and its supporting cast of screamers like Matt Drudge and Judicial Watch are indignant because they claim the president won’t wait for the legislative process to work; that what Mr. Obama is doing is unconstitutional, imperial and impetuous.

On both counts, that is total horsesh*t.


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Timers for now and WROL and future test of 1000 9 mm rounds

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Slouching Toward Liberty: Can GOP Reach the Young, Keep the Christians?

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COIN: Seven Lines of Effort for Prepper Security

by Sam Culper

One threat that many preppers are likely to face post-SHTF is that of the criminal insurgent, or groups of criminals, gangs, mobs, and looters.  This criminal threat will manifest for a few reasons; namely out of the criminal’s need to survive, the availability of unprepared, soft targets, and the community’s inability to enforce laws in a Without Rule of Law scenario.

One question that ought to be answered is, “How long after SHTF, and under what conditions, will the criminal threat become active in my area?”  That’s a question best answered by the intelligence element.  This article assumes that many communities will eventually encounter the conditions that support a criminal insurgent threat, and that the best way to fight against the insurgent criminal threat is through Counterinsurgency (COIN).  The criminal insurgent defined is the individual, or group of individuals, who are not only actively engaging in common criminality, but also actively working against the re-establishment of the rule of law.  In other words, it’s in the criminal insurgent’s best interest to work against any system that attempts to bring security back to the area.

COIN is and has always been, even before being named Counterinsurgency, about the people.  There are wars that involve the tanks and planes fighting for domination, and then there are wars of the people.  In COIN, the populace is the center of attention; every plan is viewed through the lens of the populace, and every action is put through the paces of the populace.  In short, as the populace goes, so goes the war.


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Patient with Ebola-like symptoms in isolation at Bellevue Hospital after trip to Mali

An individual with Ebola-like symptoms is currently in isolation at Bellevue Hospital, officials said Thursday.

The unidentified patient recently came to the United States from Mali, a country with limited Ebola transmission. An Ebola test will be performed and results are expected today.


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Enemy Action

If you are still waiting for the war to start…  you’ve plainly missed something.  Ferguson is the current skirmish in an ongoing escalation of racial and ideological warfare, but it is not the only one -

WICHITA, Kan. (CBS St. Louis) – Wichita police say a woman was sexually assaulted, hit on the head, and set on fire Monday night in Fairmount Park.

According to police, the woman was on the ground, almost in a crawl, barely moving, and naked.

The woman was helped by a neighbor – Johnnye Marshall woke up her boyfriend Deon McPherson when she heard somebody scream for help.

“What if that was my daughter?  I’d want somebody to go in and get her,” McPherson told The Wichita Eagle.  “Where there wasn’t blood, there was a burn.”

The flames from the fire were about 2 to 4 feet high.  McPherson stayed with the woman until firefighters arrived.

According to Wichita police Captain Troy Livingston, the woman suffered burns on 55 percent of her body and is currently in critical condition but has slightly improved.

Police are still trying to figure out if this was random or if the woman was targeted.  Either way, Livingston called it a “disgusting crime.”

Police are currently searching for a suspect but the only information they have on him is that he is a black male.

“Our hearts go out to the victim.  This is a tough deal,” Livingston added.  “Somebody out there knows what happened and we need that information.”


This happened in Wichita, KS, folks. 

If you can’t see that the war HAS been brought to your front porch at this point, I can’t help you.

It is not about Race, although they will tell you that Racism is the cause. 

It is about IDEOLOGY; a mentality of entitlement and separatism which systematically divides and forces people into arbitrary groups, and then places their group’s interests above yours.  They will never reconsider.  They will never stop pursuing their destructive ends.  “They” are not of any particular color.  What binds them is what “they” believe; and what they believe, they are willing to kill and destroy to achieve.
The question is, “Are you prepared to face them?”


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And again in 2008 … just preparation for Executive Orders

MICHELLE OBAMA: “Barack knows that we are going to have to make sacrifices; we are going to have to change our conversation; we’re going to have to change our traditions, our history; we’re going to have to move into a different place as a nation.”  (May 2008 Fox News)


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Alert: A Message from the White House Via FEMA


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Friends –

Please join us for a conference call with senior Administration officials TODAY, Thursday November 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM EDT.  The call will provide an update on the President’s upcoming executive actions to fix as much of our broken immigration system as he can.

In order to participate in this call, please RSVP at this link. Upon completion of your registration, a confirmation page will display dial-in numbers and a unique PIN. You will also receive an email confirmation once you complete your registration.


Call Details

  • Date:TODAY, Thursday November 20, 2014
  • Time:6:30 PM EDT
  • RSVP:To receive the dial-in information, please register for the call HERE.

We look forward to speaking with you later today. This call is off the record and not for press purposes.

-The White House

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Since the government does not consider bloggers as “press” and the fact that they added the “share” button on this email, I have no reservations posting the “off the record” email.

So why is FEMA sending out this information?

David DeGerolamo

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Sheriff Makes Social Media Plea To Obama to Forgo Amnesty

Sacramento County, Calif. Sheriff Scott Jones is taking to social media to deliver a message to President Obama about securing America’s borders, telling the president that “deferred action or amnesty is deferring this crisis. It is not reform, it’s simply giving up.”


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Slouching Toward Liberty: Can America Survive without Common Values?

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Networks won’t air Obama speech

Three major networks will not air President Obama’s prime-time address Thursday outlining his executive actions on immigration.

Officials with ABC, CBS and Fox confirmed to The Hill that Obama’s 8 p.m. speech from the White House will not be carried on their networks. CNN reported that NBC would not be carrying the address either.



Maybe the country is starting to understand that this pResident is not acting in the best interests of our nation. Is he your pResident?

David DeGerolamo

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What Our Children Learn in College



This is only one of many examples of what can only be called brainwashing of our children by our institutions of “higher learning”. This would be the same reaction at UNC-Chapel Hill as seen when David Horowitz was a guest speaker there.

David DeGerolamo

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The New World Order: Does It All Just Boil Down To A Battle For Your Soul?

From its very inception, the Leninist/Marxist ideology of the Soviet Union made it a central priority to dispel and subjugate religious and spiritual expression. The state was “god.” No other god could be allowed to flourish, for if the people were given license and freedom of belief in something beyond themselves and beyond the establishment, they would retain a sense of rebellion. The collectivist philosophy requires the utter destruction of all competitors; otherwise, it can never truly prevail.

Atheism became the cult of choice among the communists, for in an atheist world there is nothing beyond the veil. There is no greater goal and no inherent self. There is no true individualism, only self interest (not the same thing), the trappings of environmental circumstances, and the constant substantiation of the greater good. By extension, there is no inborn moral compass or conscience, only the social fashions and mores of the moment. In such a world, tyrants reign supreme because atheism allows relativism to flourish; and any crime, no matter how heinous, can be rationalized.  Beyond this, if you know and study the real history of the rise of communism, you know through great researchers like Antony Sutton that the very fabric of the system would never have existed without the monetary and military aid of international financiers (i.e. the NWO).


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White House: Obama Being Called Emperor Is ‘Criticism the President Wears with a Badge of Honor’

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Tension in Streets as Ferguson Residents Await Ruling

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Trey Gowdy: Gruber an ‘Insomniac with Tourette’s Syndrome’

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I Feel Like I Am Living in a Cartoon

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Senior Citi Banker Found Dead In Bathtub With Slashed Throat

The dust has barely settled on the latest high profile banker suicide in which Deutsche Bank’s associate general counsel, and former SEC regulator, Charlie Gambino was found dead, having hung himself by the neck from a stairway banister, and here comes the latest sad entrant in the dead banker chronicles of 2014 when earlier today, the Post reports, a Citigroup banker was found dead with his throat slashed in the bathtub “of his swanky downtown apartment, authorities said Wednesday.”

Shawn D. Miller, Citigroup’s managing director of environmental and social risk management, was discovered around 3 p.m. Tuesday by a doorman in the Greenwich Street building, law enforcement sources said. “We are deeply saddened by this news and our thoughts are with Shawn’s family at this time,” said a statement sent out by Citigroup.

Bloomberg adds that “a 42-year-old man was found unconscious yesterday in the bathtub of his Greenwich Street apartment in lower Manhattan with a neck laceration and later pronounced dead, the New York Police Department said in a statement.”


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