Today is the national (s)election day in the USA, and for those of you in the rest of the world watching this carnival that occurs once every four years in this country, you have my sympathies, for the fates of so many people in so many countries, even powerful ones such as Russia or China, are tied to an increasingly corrupt process in the "leader" of the "free" world, by a voting population increasingly showing signs of systemic illiteracy and stupidity.

Don't get me wrong, I am a passionate believer in liberty, and in the basic ideals upon which this nation was founded. As such, I tend to be profoundly "conservative" and even "libertarian" in some aspects of my political outlook, with a few (a very few) borrowings from the political left.

As such, I have no confidence in either of the two main political parties, one of which has given us spirited defenses of slavery in the guise of states' rights, which has given us that institution which so epitomizes corruption at the most egregious levels - the Federal Reserve - which has given us the ponzi scheme of Social Security, and endless similar schemes, and I have no confidence in the other, which has given us an endless war on terror, our own homegrown Heimatsicherheits Amt, endless promises to curtail and abolish useless and stupid Federal agencies like the Department of Edgycayshun, and to shrink the size of government and the deficit, but never does so.

This is our much-vaunted two party system...

My "no confidence" vote extends to the Amerikan lamestream media, which, this year as in previous (s)election cycles, completely ignores any election coverage of third party candidates, leaving it to RT TV to cover debates with those candidates.

This is our much vaunted two-party free press system...

My no confidence vote is cast because one candidate promises to repeal a "health care"plan, which is nothing but corporate welfare for the insurance companies, put into place by his "opponent", who based crucial aspects of his plan, on his "opponent's" plan.

I have no confidence in participating in a (s)election process when neither "main" political party has done a thing to protect American jobs, while allowing corporation after corporation to ship jobs overseas. I have no confidence when neither party does a thing to protect our borders. I have no confidence when neither party discusses -- in their contrived "debates" moderated by a media bought and paid for by the same corporations buying and paying for the candidates "debating" - the serious issues of GMO foods, the threats they pose to one of our last genuinely productive sectors of the economy: agriculture and the American family farmer.

I have no confidence in a system bailing out banks and bankers too big to jail.

I have no confidence in a system that has fostered one of the most fraudulent education systems in the world, whose falling test scores are in inverse proportion to the power of teachers' unions, colleges, doctors of education, and money thrown at all the latter.

I have no confidence in a system where voting is done on hackable computers, where there is no paper trail, and where the votes will be counted by foreign companies in foreign countries, and where, as we saw last week, some news stations' election results were already "pre-recorded" and "mistakenly" released.

I have no confidence in a system where neither major political party, nor candidate, openly debates or discusses the erosion of civil liberties and rights... I have no confidence in a system that would view these words and the sentiments they express, as subversive: "Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day, but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period, and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate systematical plan of reducing us to slavery." (Thomas Jefferson)

I do not watch the "debates" any more, since the so-called candidates are insulated from any real questions, from any real people, and for the first time, in years, I won't even bother watching the (s)election results.

In short folks, my participation and interest in this four-year ritual is at an all-time low because my commitment to the ideals of this nation are at an all time high.

And I am not alone, as former Reagan administration advisor Paul Craig Roberts has weighed in here:

In Amerika there will never be a real debate

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Robert Barricklow on November 6, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    A confidence game for sure.
    Built upon the shoulders of giants, you might say.

    (I don’t agree with you on social security,
    but the rest is spot on.)

  2. Ted A on November 6, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    I’ve voted every year since I’ve become of legal age to do so. The difference this year is that I too voted no confidence instead of for one of the candidates on the ballot. For some reason I was nervous before doing it. Almost like I was acting out a mortal sin. However, when leaving the polling station I felt more free than I’ve had in a long time. To me it felt like I’ve symbolically shed my chains from the system.

    Go vote no confidence everyone. Your conscious will reward you.

  3. Ken Lemon on November 6, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    I live in Australia but in lived in the USA for three years back in the late 70′.

    I still have a lot of friends that I talk to on a regular basis and Dr Farrell is right.

    ALL OF THEM ARE PISSED OFF, and it doesn’t matter if they are R’ or D’, they just see what anybody can see, and that’s a whole lot of BS coming down the pipe.

    I’m afraid whoever gets in will start to cut spending, they have to. And what have we seen in Europe when they start to cut spending?????

    Greece & Spain for starters is an eye opener to whats coming.

    • legioXIV on November 6, 2012 at 1:33 pm

      G’day Ken,
      I am a fellow Aussie and after reading Dr Farrell’s comments above I realise that nearly everything he said can also be applied to our own country. What an absolute joke the “free West” has become. It is such a bad joke that I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

      • Enlil's a Dog on November 6, 2012 at 6:47 pm

        Good post, Henry!

        Most esoterical researchers claim the serpent to mean knowledge and wisdom which I have no issue with at all – and others claim it to be a description of a Stargate technology…All very interesting..

        • Enlil's a Dog on November 6, 2012 at 6:52 pm

          Apologies there Ken & Luke…That post there was meant for Henry lol.

          By the way, do you boys think we could find 150 people to stand against Juny Gillott in say three or four years time??

          150 is all it will take to get the message out there!


    • DaphneO on November 7, 2012 at 3:01 am

      Ken, as a fellow Aussie I have to say that I’ve done a donkey vote for the last two elections. I have no more faith in our government than I do in the government in America. Our leaders just don’t matter as much on the world stage, that’s all.

      I’ve figured long ago that we don’t have a democracy here, anymore than they do in America, so why prop up a corrupt system? We get no say on any important issue, and if they know we don’t like a policy, such as the GST under Howard or the carbon tax under Gillard, they just lie to us then bring it in when elected.

  4. henry on November 6, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    “For the fates of so many people in so many countries, even powerful ones such as Russia or China, are tied to an increasingly corrupt process in the “leader” of the “free” world, by a voting population increasingly showing signs of systemic illiteracy and stupidity.”

    It does, it’s only more worrisome what Webster Tarpley says about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s “CIA-Mormon mafia” connection especially considering the man was right about Ron Paul.

    But one ought to listen to Richard Hoagland, and intrigued by his political prediction about senator Gabrielle Giffords, who happens to be a supporter of renewable energy and who miraculously survived a murder attempt which happened just days before last years official meeting between Obama and Hu jintao.

    Richard Hoagland says his daring prediction has something to do with the Mayan prophecy, his partner Ken Johnston is a freemason which according to Hoagland is a “positive force” who are “followers of Horus”, and coincidentally Senator Giffords husband is an American astronaut which means there is a freemason connection with her.

    Coped with Hoagland’s deciphering of Obama’s Masonic gestures, then Bill Wood, a spokesperson for the military that supposedly want to get rid of the corrupt elites, has been openly supportive of Obama is no coincidence.

    But there are other intriguing coincidences, last year, American vice president Joe Biden went to Chengdu during his official visit to China, coincidentally,
    -the city happens to be next to the epicenter of the 2008 HAARP caused Chinese earthquake
    -the city is where the mysterious Sanxingdui culture was located; a culture according to mainstream Chinese scholars has “Egyptian” connection. (Indeed, Sanxingdui literally means “three stars mounds” because the mounds line up in a southeast fashion like the “Orion’s belt”, and “coincidentally”, it lines up with the pyramids at Giza and Teotihuacan)
    -the city is home to the mysterious “celestial rafts/boats” from Chinese legends, transports of the “immortals” that could travel to the moon and the stars.

    It’s obvious that there is a connection between Ancient Mayan, the freemasons, ancient Egyptian and the ancient Chinese, that connection is “the serpent”.

    Then, it would be burying one’s head in the sand to call things like this a mere “coincidence”.

    The truth is Americans and Chinese are “lost brothers”, as matter of fact all humanity are brothers.
    [quote] “It is only materialistic people who seek to make shelters. Those who are at peace in their hearts already are in the great shelter of life. There is no shelter for evil. Those who take no part in the making of world division by ideology are ready to resume life in another world, be they Black, White, Red, or Yellow race. They are all one, brothers.” [/quote] –Hopi prophecy

    The indoctrinated concepts of “Western superiority”, be it racial, religious or ideological are nothing but an exploit of mortal’s weakness as part of the “divide and conquer” strategy by the evil ones, those blinded by the false sense of “superiority” aren’t special or superior, but stupid and the opposite of “superior”.

    If they can not see the truth, that’s because they are “materialistic”.

    The upcoming American election in 2012 can only be “the restoration of Masonic America”.

    The darkness/yin is found inside the light/yang but it does not make yin the yang or yang the yin, the opposite is true too.

    The future is bright because the human heart craves the light.

    • HAL838 on November 7, 2012 at 1:00 pm

      Whatever you want to call THEM,
      THEY are doing one heluva job in
      destroying the planet, not just the
      United States…………

      • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2012 at 5:13 pm

        Have they been taken over by some form of parasitic alien meme that programs them to terminate lfe upon what ever planet they begin to spawn?

        • Robert Barricklow on November 7, 2012 at 5:14 pm

          Or, are they just “naturally” destroying life?

        • HAL838 on November 8, 2012 at 4:46 am

          Why do you have to go “ALIEN?”

          I have said right here that the nanites
          are 5000 years or more old……
          from about the demarcation of this
          and the previous age,
          probably created by the blood thirsty,
          [negative] power crazed, very advanced
          HUMANS born bred and evolved\tight HERE
          on planet Earth.

          THESE are the
          that POSSESS human beings, only able to
          resonate to the two BOTTOM chakras.

          • Robert Barricklow on November 8, 2012 at 9:08 am

            There is also the possibly that, although “born” here, their origins are “elsewhere”.
            N’est pa?

          • HAL838 on November 8, 2012 at 10:22 am

            I have always known what I [am] talking
            about and the TotBots,
            wreaking of the establishment NWO,
            have always been trying to kill me.

            Even from BEFORE birth,
            AS I was BEING born,
            all through the past 65 years
            ESPECIALLY for the last 15 years,
            using everything their human hosts
            could think of

            Look to the SUN / nature
            to the son

      • HAL838 on November 8, 2012 at 10:38 am

        I’m in Meriden CT

        • Tor on November 8, 2012 at 12:25 pm

          Although interesting, my question would be, what does it mean? Certainly a hot spot on the East Coast, according to that map, but it seems to me that the only thing their sensors are doing is measuring ultra low frequencies which could come from a lot of different sources. Coast to Coast am had a show on that site, and George Noory and his guest seemed to strongly suggest that we are turning the Haarp Machine on ourselves. Although, I certainly wouldn’t put it past the nutbags to do such a thing, I have to wonder why. Destroying the U.S. by outsourcing jobs is clearly beneficial to the corporate interests. Bailing out banks is clearly in the interests of the Banksters. But why cause a natural disaster, which is only going to cost a teetering economy to have to spend billions to fix the damage? It certainly would not be in the interests of very powerful insurance companies. I would think they would throw a fit, if they knew something like this was going on. Also, the U.S. is for the most part, the security apparatus of the Banksters, so why would they cause a natural disaster, when that money could be used to beef up the U.S. Military Industrial Complex which they have a lot invested in. Especially when they are clearly pushing for another war in the Middle East, which is probably not going to be just some “Shock and Awe” against an isolated Iraq, but may very well end up involving Russia and China. I could also speculate in a different direction. Since many countries have weather manipulation technology of one sort or another, I would suggest the possibility, of Super Storm Sandy being some sort of retaliation for something we did in the past. A Russian retaliation? Could Germany be a little upset about their missing gold? I would also suggest that the threat of weather wars, might also be a reason why the Rothschilds are investing heavily in their global weather monitoring system. Also, since Haarp merely feeds energy into a system, to create an unbalance, it could be used to create storms, and could also have applications as a countermeasure. Perhaps the hotspot is not to cause a storm, but to lessen or cancel out the effects of something else being done in that region, by someone else. I’m inclined to believe that WW3 has already begun. All that remains now is the formal declaration.

          • HAL838 on November 8, 2012 at 1:44 pm

            By its very own definition,
            INSANITY makes no sense.

            It is NOT benign, certainly NOT benevelent.

            It IS death-dealing destruction for its own sake;
            simply and strictly for the sake of [insane ! ]
            destruction ITSELF.

            This IS the real and ONLY devil there is.
            [all that is needed]
            it seems to be enough to take away [any]
            thought that IT does not sanction.

            In other words, so far off, you just don’t get it.
            You can wake up from sleep,
            but you can’t ‘wake-up’ from a coma,
            unless and until the cause is gone.

            In days gone by, it was often heard that
            that the “devil” made [me] do it.
            we’re much more sophisticated now,
            the ALIENS ‘made me do it.’

            Kindly outline the difference….
            since the credability [even in science]
            for one equals the credability for the other.

          • Tor on November 8, 2012 at 9:52 pm

            Hal, If that were true, it would be impossible to catch a criminal. “Insanity” is the inability to distinguish fantasy from reality. It can be impulsive, but impulse does not negate motive. Impulse is the inability to dismiss the motive as invalid, and choose not to engage in the act. Demon or alien possession would speak more to the element of “Intent” or “Mens Rea (guilty mind) “The devil made me do it” is an argument that one is not responsible for a crime, because they did not wish to commit the crime, but were compelled against their will. Although motive is not an element, the reality is still that there has to be motive, and there has to be opportunity. The reason motive is not an element is because it can be tricky. For example, there would appear to be no motive for me to drive from the west coast, to the east coast, and kill someone that I’ve never met before. However, the motive could be that I consider people from the east coast to be “worthless feeders” and believe that they all deserve to die. So because of its elusive nature, the motive is not an element, but never the less, better for me if I can demonstrate its existence. Reality dictates that the circumstances for the individual to commit the crime, MUST exist, and regardless of their mental condition, there MUST be a reason to commit the crime. This I know, because if I were to answer a question of motive by saying, “Well the guy is just an insane nut, and what reason does a nut need for committing acts of insanity”, such silly circular reasoning might cause me to have to fill out an application for unemployment. Even insane people have motives for the things they do. Rockefellers and Rothschilds might be insane, but behind their twisted phantasmagorical logic, there is a motive. In their case, it’s usually fortifying and increasing their wealth and power. Now if you want to argue that they made a killing with Derivatives, or something along those lines, that would at least be logical. But they aren’t just doing insane things, because insanity is its own reason. Also, they don’t sit around in a Builderberg meeting and say, “Let’s go kick over our own sand castles, by wiping out the East Coast with super storms” and then proceed to devilishly laugh like Bevis and Butthead. Hope this helps to dispel any fantasy.

          • HAL838 on November 9, 2012 at 12:09 pm

            You seem to think that if you type up a lot of words,
            you might actually wind up saying something.

            Yes, I red it


            They want to be GOD !
            [think {they} are]

            Controlling the weather
            [for the worse, what else?]
            dealing out death & destruction,
            makes a dam good show of it.

          • Tor on November 9, 2012 at 7:01 pm

            Just responding to your request “Kindly outline the difference” It’s a waste of time though. Okay, they want to be GOD. Got it! Now I know. Seems like illiterate goofy use of brackets and bad punctuation (combined with ILL-ogic, but I’m sure you’re {(R)i-G-ht]]]]]>>>>>>>>”Rig-Shit”)

          • HAL838 on November 9, 2012 at 9:14 pm

            I’m not here for a prose prize.

            I try to write it the way I would say it.

          • Tor on November 10, 2012 at 3:00 am

            And you sir, are doing and outstanding job!

  5. HAL838 on November 6, 2012 at 9:29 am


  6. Gail on November 6, 2012 at 8:55 am

    What a sorry example of the pinnacle of Western Civilization this has turned out to be……….. after 4,000 years of History dominated by injustice and a Feudal system, attaining the seemingly impossible…….. a Constitution and a Bill of Rights….. only to see it destroyed by a bunch of Warmongers, drug lords, banking cartels and a handful of families who wish to retain their outdated Feudal system to the detriment of a Nation…. and to the total destruction of the concept of self empowerment and freedom from slavery on the planet. … my sympathies

  7. LSM on November 6, 2012 at 7:39 am

    George Carlin and Bill Hicks will go down in history (if it isn’t censored in the meantime- very possible concept) as sages-

    Carlin on the illusion of choice:

    • legioXIV on November 6, 2012 at 1:29 pm

      G’day Larry,
      Thanks for the great video, George Carlin was not only a great comedian and good actor but he was also an intelligent man. I couldn’t disagree with a single thing he said.
      Be well mate,

    • Robert Barricklow on November 6, 2012 at 3:32 pm

      I second legioXIV.
      Thanks for the video; it’s perfect for selection day. I emailed the video to friends & family.

      George Carlin expresses “America” so well.

  8. Yaj on November 6, 2012 at 6:25 am

    You shoot your cred in the foot by calling Social Security a “ponzi scheme”. One obvious huge difference is that people leave the system by dying, not by cashing out some “investment”. Then there’s the how of the way one joins, pretty much by being born. I for one don’t want many older Americans dying in abject poverty, like say pre 1936. And Social Security works to stop that horror and it aint broke despite the rantings of the Koch brothers.

    Even more tiresome to yet again read the implication that somehow the pre-1913 USA was a wonderful place were monies flowed to good ideas and good projects and “capitalists” made legitimate profits. That’s preposterous and shows a great misunderstanding of what say 1890 was like in this country. It’s pretty clear that for all its problems, corruption, and murky funding the Federal Reserve helped stop an all out and long lasting depression revisited in 2009. (That it did nothing to stop the furtherance of a speculation based economy is a different problem which could have been addressed by changes in taxation policies..)

    By all means audit the Fed, and return the powers of monies creation to the US government, but that’s not how it was in say 1900. It was the banks that made the monies–how is somewhat still unclear. The Federal Reserve is just a legitimization of that system. Do you really think that J P Morgan was going to give up power?

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