Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (08-30-2013) Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt on Skull & Bones


(FEDERALJACK)   On this edition of DTRH Popeye welcomes back to the broadcast, friend, author, activist, researcher, and whistle blower Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt. As you all know Charlotte has written a book exposing what is really going on with our educational system titled THE DELIBERATE DUMBING DOWN OF AMERICA. Tonight she explains how the order of Skull & Bones is connected to the control of the educational system, government, industry, banking, and more. Plus Charlotte gives a bit a personal perspective on the order because her father, and grandfather were members. Make sure to tune in.


Back row, next to the clock on the left. George H. W. Bush. future POTUS, and father of a future POTUS.

Back row, next to the clock on the left. George H. W. Bush. future POTUS, and father of a future POTUS.















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More Americans View Blacks As Racist Than Whites, Hispanics

July 21, 2013 by  
Filed under US News

(RASMUSSEN REPORTS)   Americans consider blacks more likely to be racist than whites and Hispanics in this country.

Thirty-seven percent (37%) of American Adults think most black Americans are racist, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 15% consider most white Americans racist, while 18% say the same of most Hispanic Americans. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

There is a huge ideological difference on this topic. Among conservative Americans, 49% consider most blacks racist, and only 12% see most whites that way. Among liberal voters, 27% see most white Americans as racist, and 21% say the same about black Americans.

From a partisan perspective, 49% of Republicans see most black Americans as racist, along with 36% of unaffiliated adults and 29% of Democrats.

Among black Americans, 31% think most blacks are racist, while 24% consider most whites racist and 15% view most Hispanics that way.

Among white adults, 10% think most white Americans are racist; 38% believe most blacks are racist, and 17% say most Hispanics are racist.

Overall, just 30% of all Americans now rate race relations in the United States as good or excellent. Fourteen percent (14%) describe them as poor. Twenty-nine percent (29%) think race relations are getting better, while 32% believe they are getting worse. Thirty-five percent (35%) feel they are staying about the same.


CA Schools to Train Kids to Sell ObamaCare

July 18, 2013 by  
Filed under Education, Mind Control

(SEAN HANNITY)   The campaign to sell ObamaCare is in full-force, and your tax dollars are paying for it! The Obama administration is reaching out to the NFL, NBA and Hollywood celebrities in an effort to promote ObamaCare. I’m not surprised that our celebrity president is reaching out to actors and athletes in order to sell his prized legislation.

But it gets even worse. Your tax dollars are going to be used to train children in government schools on the merits of ObamaCare. According to Human Events:

The Los Angeles Unified School District will use a state grant to train teens to promote ObamaCare to family members. Covered California, the state’s health insurance exchange, announced grants of $37 million on May 14 to promote the nationally unpopular law.

LAUSD will receive $990,000. The district listed as a primary outcome for its project, “Teens trained to be messengers to family members.”

No matter how well they try and sell ObamaCare, that doesn’t change the fact that it will be a disaster for our health, our wallets and our economy.


US Teacher Deems American Flag ‘Offensive’

July 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Education, Mind Control, US News


(FEDERALJACK)   The battle over the American flag has reached a middle school art class in California’s Santa Rita School District where a student was told not to draw Old Glory because it was offensive, while another student was praised for drawing a picture of President Obama. Tracy Hathaway, of Salinas, CA, told FOX News Radio her 13-year-old daughter was ordered to stop drawing the American flag and start another project at Gavilan View Middle School. She had drawn the flag and was sketching the letters, God bless America, when the teacher confronted her, Hathaway told FOX. She said, “You cant draw that, that’s offensive.” Even more striking, another student in the same art class drew a picture of President Obama and was praised by the teacher. The picture of Barack Obama was in red, white and blue hues, Hathaway said. The teacher said it was great. But when it comes to the flag all of a sudden it was offensive?

Autistic Boy With Higher IQ Than Einstein Discovers His Gift after being removed from state-run therapy

July 7, 2013 by  
Filed under Featured Stories, US News

(LAJME 24)   In yet another example of how an out of control Goliath state system can cause more harm than good, a teenage boy who was diagnosed with autism at a young age has risen to stellar heights after quitting the special ed system with the help of his concerned mother. State therapy specialists claimed Jacob Barnett would never tie his shoes, read or function normally in society. But the boy’s mother realized when Jacob was not in therapy, he was doing “spectacular things” completely on his own. She decided to trust her instinct and disregard the advice of the professionals. Instead of following a standardized special needs educational protocol, she surrounded Jacob with all the things that inspired passion for him – and was astonished at the transformation that took place.
Don’t fix what’s not broken following a diagnosis of autism at age two, Jacob was subjected to a cookie cutter special education system that focused on correcting what he couldn’t do compared to normal children. For years, teachers attempted to convince Kristine Barnett that her son would only be able to learn the most basic of life skills. When exposed to the state system of educational therapy, Kristine noticed Jacob would withdraw deeply and refuse to speak with anyone. Even though she found it “terrifying to fly against the advise of the professionals,” she knew in her heart “that if Jake stayed in special ed, he would slip away,” Kristine relates in her memoir, The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius. So began a journey for Jacob that would lead to such unexpected achievement that the whole premise of standardized therapy for this ‘special needs’ child would be blown to bits.

A path of passion and discovery after years of frustration and little progress, Kristine made a radical decision in the eyes of the special ed system — she took Jacob out of school and prepared him for kindergarten herself. As described in the New York Daily Times:

She let him explore the things he wanted to explore. He studied patterns and shadows and stars. At the same time, she made sure that he enjoyed “normal” childhood pleasures – softball, picnics – along with other kids his age. “I operate under a concept called ‘muchness’,” Kristine said. “Which is surrounding children with the things they love – be it music, or art, whatever they’re drawn to and love.”

By the time Jacob reached the age of 11, he entered college and is currently studying condensed matter physics at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis. According to an email Professor Scott Tremaine wrote to Jacob’s family, “The theory that he’s working on involves several of the toughest problems in astrophysics and theoretical physics … Anyone who solves these will be in line for a Nobel Prize.”

Jacob also has an IQ of 170 – higher than that of Einstein. He is history’s youngest astrophysics researcher, has spoken at a New York TED conference and appeared on a variety of news interviews, including 60 Minutes and the Time magazine website. Not bad for someone who was classified by state experts as so severely disabled that he would never tie his own shoes or learn to read. If Jacob had stayed within the system, the prediction may very well have come true.


Brown eyes and blue eyes Racism experiment (Children Session) – Jane Elliott

July 5, 2013 by  
Filed under Education, Featured Stories, US News

(LudwingMedia)   Ms. Jane Elliott’s “brown eyes, blue eyes” experiment in 1970 (the third one after her first in 1968). This “Eye of Storm” documentary was made by William Peters in 1970 for ABC News and later included in the documentary “A Class Divided” (1985), which included a class reunion (of 1984.) The most telling moment is when Russell used “brown eyes” as a derogatory term to call John name, only a couple of hours through. Though, the experiment was too short to allow it to get to the point when a “brown-eyes” person does so to another fellow “brown-eyes” person.

School behavioral specialist had sex with the family dog for a month

June 16, 2013 by  
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(DAILY MAIL)   A behavioral specialist for Hartford County Schools has been accused of having sex with the family dog.

Stephanie Mikles, 45, from Maryland, was charged with unnatural or perverted sexual practice after photographs and video of her allegedly engaging in the sexual acts with her pet over a month-long period were discovered.

She was hired with the school in 2009 and works primarily with special needs student.

She is now on administrative leave pending the outcome of the case.

The child advocacy center of Hartford County began investigating Mikles last year on a separate matter. It was when they searched her home that they discovered the pictures and video.

The incident is said to have taken place from August 1 to August 31, 2008.

In Maryland there is no statute of limitations for bestiality charges so authorities were able to press charges as soon as they discovered the evidence.


School Holds Toy Gun Buyback Program

June 10, 2013 by  
Filed under Gun Control, Mind Control


(GUNS.COM)   It’s looks as if the firearm buyback craze has turned a new page – targeting toy guns.

Apparently Strobridge Elementary School in Hayward, CA will host a toy gun buyback event. Kids who turn in their plastic pistols, Nerf shooters and rubberband rifles will be entered to win a bicycle. So, actually it’s more like a raffle, but who’s splitting hairs?

Charles Hill, the school’s principal, explained, “Playing with toys guns, saying ‘I’m going to shoot you,’ desensitizes them, so as they get older, it’s easier for them to use a real gun.”

Dubbed – Strobridge Elementary Safety Day, the event will feature a Hayward police officer talking about gun and bike safety. But the pro-gun group, Responsible Citizens of California aren’t sold on the event’s rationale. A spokesperson for the group, Yih-Chau Chang says,

“Having a group of children playing cops and robbers or cowboys and Indians is a normal part of growing up. While the intentions are obviously good on the part of the school administration, this doesn’t really educate children about guns or gun safety. Guns are used in crimes, but they are more often used in defensive ways which prevent violent crime from occurring in the first place.”

Ultimately, Hill said getting toys guns out of the hands of babes would also prevent potential accidents.

“Some of the guns I’ve confiscated, if they’re stuck down in a waistband, the average person would think it’s a real gun. I could easily see one of our sixth-graders wanting to fake out someone at a 7-Eleven by walking in there. They would think it’s funny, but it could turn into tragedy.”


Journalism professor: NRA members deserve execution by firing squad

June 10, 2013 by  
Filed under Featured Stories, Gun Control, Media Fail


(JOE NEWBY)   Christopher Swindell, a journalism professor at Marshall University in West Virginia, falsely claimed in an op-ed at the Charleston Gazette that the NRA “advocates armed rebellion against the duly elected government of the United States of America” and deserves to be executed by a firing squad.

“That’s treason, and it’s worthy of the firing squad,” Swindell wrote.

Bryan Preston of PJ Media took Swindell to task for his comments, saying the professor’s initial statement is “a lie.”

“The NRA advocates fidelity to the U.S. Constitution,” Preston said.

Preston also excoriated Swindell for his desire to see NRA members shot.

“If he was a professor of history, he might know that even Benedict Arnold didn’t get the firing squad,” Preston wrote.

Swindell took a swipe at Sarah Palin, calling her a “half-wit half-term quitter,” and slammed the NRA for “choosing a white, rich old man” as president.

Swindell accused the NRA of treason twice in his article before invoking the race card.

“And many invite it gladly as if the African-American president we voted for is somehow infringing on their Constitutional rights,” he wrote.

After playing the race card, Swindell mentioned treason a third time, then suggested that military force be used against the NRA, while saying he would be willing to join the military to go after NRA members.

Ironically, Swindell — who once falsely claimed that the Tea Party hates America because it disagrees with Obama — promised to “stop with the accusations and the name-calling” in 2011. But now, Preston wrote, he’s “pushing for civil war to murder millions of law-abiding Americans who don’t happen to wear his political stripe.”

Swindell is not the first to advocate killing members of the NRA.

In addition to rank-and-file liberals on social media sites like Twitter, Swindell joins Democratic Party leaders like John CobarruviasHollywood celebrities and liberal opinion writers in publicly expressing a desire to see fellow Americans murdered because they support the right to keep and bear arms.


Alabama teen denied diploma, fined $1000 for wearing feather at graduation

(FOXNEWS)   A Native American student did not receive her high school diploma and faces a $1,000 fine because she wore a feather during her graduation.

WPMI reports 17-year-old Chelsey Ramer decided to wear the eagle feather during her May 23 graduation at an Alabama high school to honor her heritage. Ramer is a member of the Poarch Creek Band of Indians.

Although the school prohibits graduates from wearing “extraneous items” during the ceremony, Ramer says she asked the headmaster if she could wear the feather anyway. She was denied, and was told she had to sign a dress code contract to walk at graduation.

Ramer did not sign it, and wore the feather in her graduation ceremony anyway. She was denied her diploma, and now must pay a $1,000 fine to the school to receive it and her transcripts, WPMI reports.

Ramer says she feels it was worth it to wear the feather, but is angry over the school’s actions.

“I don’t think it’s fair at all. I feel like its discrimination,” Ramer told WPMI.

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