North American Union
Sacred Owls BEWARE! TAKE CARE! SACRED OWLS 2018 U.S. TOUR TO BOHEMIAN GROVE’S CREMATION OF CARE PROTEST
This is it. The big one. The thing we have been fighting for almost 10 years now. So technically it is also the 10 YEARS OF THROWING IT THE FUCK DOWN TOUR, as well. We are facing our arch nemesis, The Bohemian Grove (Yes, that is the owl we put a buster on). We are teaming up with DarkDox, Coffins Collective, & Resist the Grove, Bohemian Grove Action and Resistance to bring you a 19 day, 12 state, U.S. Tour…
TO THE GATES OF THE BOHEMIAN GROVE TO PROTEST THEIR MENS ONLY (UNLESS YOU ARE A BOY) PEDO DEATH CULT CREMATION OF CARE OPENING CEREMONY TO THEIR SICK 2 WEEK ENCAMPMENT!
Starring: Henry Kissinger. Alan Greenspan, George W. Bush, his dad Magog, and all the other ghouls that make up the 1%!
We are excited to announce that we are pressing GOVERNMENT SPONSORED TERRORISM on RED VINYL for the first time! We have 9 days left to fill our preorder goal and need your help! This limited edition, hand numbered pressing is being funded by all of you! We just need to sell 100 pre-orders to get this thing into production! In addition, Diggers Factory will distribute copies to over 200 record stores WORLDWIDE which will really help get the word out there that we don’t want these scumbags running our world, and we plan on taking it back!
If the campaign runs out and we don’t hit our numbers, you will get a full refund. If we are close, we will just buy out the last few to make this happen. We need your support! If this goes well, we plan on putting Tales of Terror and all future releases on vinyl as well! Click here to pre-order now!
(POPEYE) With the recent passing of author and friend Jim Marrs (August 2nd 2017) I decided to honor him by remastering the very first interview I did with Jim on air back in 2012 about his book RISE OF THE FOURTH REICH. This edition of DTRH originally aired back on 06-10-2012. I made an entire new video for YouTube with new images and cleaner audio in HD. I also made a new audio only version for the download archives and the audio player here on the site. Jim deserved at least this much. He was a good man, a great researcher, and my friend. Fair Winds And Following Seas Jim.
On this edition of DTRH Popeye talks to author and investigative journalist Jim Marrs. They cover Jim’s book RISE OF THE FOURTH REICH; 9/11; The New World Order Agenda; JFK’s Assassination; Hidden History of WW2; and much more.
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By C. Patience Summers
Amongst many other issues with the Department of Human and Social Services in North Dakota, special mention must be made of their Child Protection Services record keeping program (Like the Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System). It’s aptly named “FRAME” and does not seem to even come from any sort of an acronym.
The complimentary kicker in this situation is that their mental health record keeping system is called “ROPE,” although ROPE is an acronym.
North Dakota still records everything about everyone and their spokesperson for the department of Human Services tries to “dance around” the way public monies are spent at the officials’ discretion in the following video:
Oddly enough, they still retain the same amount of information about everybody as they used to under the “Legacy” system, but it’s separated and more categorized now in a sort of umbrella system called “Oracle”. To follow, is their PDF defining the different names of systems they have for keeping records/files on civillians:
(RAW STORY) Prolific Mexican politician and intellectual Jorge Castañeda believes that a greater North American community — a “North American Union” — with economies tied together under a European Union-style system, compete with open borders and a unified currency, is the wave of the future.
In a new interview with Web site BigThink.com, Castañeda, Mexico’s foreign minister from 2000-2003 and a global distinguished professor of politics at New York University, said that with nearly 11 percent of Mexicans living in the United States, he has stopped seeing his nation as a Latin American country.
“Well, my sense is that we’re moving closer and closer to forms of economic integration with the United States and Canada and conceivably Central America and Caribbean could become part of that in the coming years,” he said. “I don’t see Mexico as a Latin American country. Too much of trade, investment, tourism, immigration, remittances, absolutely everything is concentrated exclusively with the United States. So, Mexico has to be part of a North American community, a North American union, which at some point probably should include some type of monetary union along European lines with a free flow of labor, with energy being on the table, etc.”
Often demonized as some type of “conspiracy theory” in mainstream American press, the so-called North American Union proposals have actually existed for some time. In May of 2005, the Council on Foreign Relations released a document entitled “Building a North American Community” in which it calls for an EU-like integration of Canada, the United States and Mexico.
While the document does not specifically call for the ceding of sovereignty between the three nations — as some vocal opponents of the idea have suggested — it does recommend the formation of a North American Advisory Council and an multinational inter-parliamentary group to facilitate mutual cooperation. Though the group originally set out to achieve this goal by 2010, few in mainstream America are even aware of it today.
The CFR’s full proposal is available online. [PDF link]
“Economic and social citizenship in North America implies the ability of citizens to exert pressure for the implementation of an inclusive economic policy at home and to be engaged in the international economy,” wrote CFR member Carlos Heredia. “To the extent that citizens of the three partner countries see that North American integration brings concrete benefits, a new constituency will be galvanized to support these efforts in the years to come.”
“How far away are we from that?” Castañeda asked, rhetorically. “Quite far, but so did it seem back in Europe in the 1950’s and very little time later they came around and understood that that was their future lay. My sense is that the Mexican society is voting with its feet. We have a higher share of Mexicans living in the United States than we have ever had in our history. One out of every nine Mexicans, Mexican citizens, people born in Mexico, live in the United States today.”
In recent weeks, Castañeda also appeared on CNN’s Amanpour for a debate about the drug war. He explained that in his view, marijuana should be legalized in order to take away the drug cartels’ primary revenue source. However, “we can’t do it in Mexico if the U.S. doesn’t do it at the same time,” he said.
Speaking to BigThink, he carried a similar message.
“Having recklessly plunged the country into [the drug war] now, I think what Calderón and the United States should do is to sort of sit back for a second, think this through, see what they really want to achieve, what is achievable and what should be done that’s new,” he said. “For example, there are more and more states in the US that are moving towards decriminalization at least of marijuana. Mexico is still a very important producer of marijuana. Some people say that up to 60 percent of the profits of Mexico’s cartels come from marijuana. Well, if the United States or California’s de facto legalizing it through medical marijuana, what sense does it make for Mexicans to die to stop marijuana from entering the US when once it enters it can be sold legally at over 1,000 dispensaries in Los Angeles, more than the number of public schools there are in Los Angeles. That’s certainly one thing that we can do.”
This interview was published to the Web by BigThink.com on Feb. 16, 2010. The complete interview is available here.
(Dow Jones) The Obama administration has taken the first step toward renewing a pilot program that allows to operate within the U.S., as stipulated in the North American Free Trade Agreement, but still must work with on fashioning a new program, U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk said Tuesday.
“ has made it plain that we would like to see this issue over the ability of Mexican trucks to move freely throughout the U.S. resolved as soon and as thoughtfully as possible,” Kirk said at a news conference with Mexican Economy Minister Gerardo Ruiz.
In the 2009 appropriations bill, the U.S. Congress blocked funding for the pilot program, but the Obama administration persuaded legislators to consider a reworked program.
“With the offending language now being removed from the most recent appropriations bill, we have at least the green light to go forward and start those consultations with Congress” and other interested parties, Kirk said.
Mexico would be consulted throughout the process, he added.
Ruiz didn’t comment on the trucking ban, which prompted Mexico to apply retaliatory tariffs against some U.S. goods. He said that with about $400 billion a year in bilateral trade between Mexico and the U.S., there are bound to be some problems.
A pilot program had allowed a small number of Mexican truckers to carry goods directly to U.S. delivery points, rather than dropping their trailers at the U.S.-Mexico border where U.S. truckers pick them up.
Trucking groups in the U.S. have said the Mexican trucks aren’t safe. Mexico says the vehicles are regularly inspected at the border, and that the violation of the Nafta trade agreement amounts to U.S. protectionism.
-By Laurence Iliff, Dow Jones Newswires; (52-55) 5980-5184, laurence.iliff@ dowjones.com
Commentary by Mike Sweigart
Obama gifts trillions to greedy bankers and now tells the nation to generate jobs
On December 3 President Obama flaunted unemployment report numbers as if we should be excited or relieved that this whole crisis engineered by the crooks on Wall Street is beginning to let up.
Statements like “We still have a long way to go” or “Overall, this is the best jobs report we’ve seen since 2007,” The President speaks with such ease as he comforts the Americans he helped gut and skin a little over one year ago. Americans alike tend to find it very insulting and almost belligerent to act as though this administration or any other in recent history is on the side of the average American.
After giving a reported 23 trillion tax payer dollars to the Wall Street mob, they still hold an expression of team spirit with the people of this Nation.
Everyone knows at least a few people who have lost a job in the last couple years and most will admit they are scared of losing their own job as well. President Obama boasts in a speech at a community college in Allentown, Pa. that even though we still lost 11,000 jobs, we lost less than expected. Most Americans are still wondering when their bailout checks will arrive.
In hearings held the same day, Lawmakers spoke of 17% unemployment while most mainstream news sources tout a fall in the rate from 10.2% to 10%.
The New York Times in an article published December 4th states:
“In the strongest employment report since the recession began nearly two years ago, the government said Friday that the nation’s employers had all but stopped shedding jobs in November, taking some of the pressure off of President Obama to come up with a wide-ranging jobs creation program.”
Does anyone remember NAFTA? You know the North American Free Trade Agreement that was signed in 1993 and streamlined by the lying fraud Al Gore? Well guess what! The jobs that left the country because of NAFTA ring in at about 2 million. Obama’s 2008 campaign pledges promised, quote “One of the first things I’ll do as President will be to call the Prime Minister of Canada and the President of Mexico and work with them to fix NAFTA.” Contrary to these promises the NAFTA Commission in October of 2009 renewed the American, Mexican and Canadian governments’ commitment to the expansion of the WTO.
Repeal NAFTA and bring those 2 million jobs back here for our people.