When people unfamiliar with the liberty movement stumble onto the undeniable fact of the “conspiracy” of globalism they tend to look for easy answers to understand what it is and why it exists. Most people today have been conditioned to perceive events from a misinterpreted standpoint of “Occam’s Razor” — they wrongly assume that the simplest explanation is probably the right one.
In fact, this is not what Occam’s Razor states. Instead, to summarize, it states that the simplest explanation given the evidence at hand is probably the right explanation.
It has been well known and documented for decades that the push for globalism is a deliberate and focused effort on the part of a select “elite;” international financiers, central bankers, political leaders and the numerous members of exclusive think tanks. They often openly admit their goals for total globalization in their own publications, perhaps believing that the uneducated commoners would never read them anyway. Carroll Quigley, mentor to Bill Clinton and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, is often quoted with open admissions to the general scheme: Read more »(2116 words, estimated 8:28 mins reading time)
Political science professor Helmut Norpoth says Americans probably shouldn’t pay so much attention to mainstream media polls declaring Hillary Clinton the frontrunner in the presidential contest.
Norpoth, who has correctly predicted the outcome of the popular vote in every election since 1996, says GOP nominee Donald Trump has an incredible 87 percent chance of beating Clinton in November.
The professor says his election prediction model draws heavily on how each of the candidates performed in their primary elections.
“It usually turns out that the candidate who does better in his party’s primary beats the other guy who does less well,” Northrop told Fox, noting that the primary model has held steady for more than a century.
The professor says he’s so confident in his model that he’s bet money on it.
Norpoth said that while pollsters are more inclined to predict a Clinton victory, academics studying political science see a Trump victory as a likely outcome. Read more »(288 words, estimated 1:09 mins reading time)
Earlier this month, a small gun shop made national headlines urging shooting sport enthusiasts to stock up during its “pre-Hillary” gun and ammo sale. A growing number of independent and national firearm retailers are following suit in anticipation of an election that could destroy the 2nd Amendment.
On Sunday, national sporting goods chain Gander Mountain announced a huge “Election Sale” on its large selection of firearms and shooting accessories.
The sale comes as gun retailers throughout the nation report a massive uptick in gun-buying spurred by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s promises to decree harsh new firearm regulations if elected.
Some gun and ammo buyers are stocking up in anticipation of shortages and price hikes in the event that Clinton is elected, others are trying to get their hands on weapons that would be made illegal if she were to successfully reinstate her husband’s assault weapons ban. Read more »(738 words, estimated 2:57 mins reading time)
From stories of German citizens fleeing their country because of growing migrant populations to reports in the U.K. revealing that the definition of “child refugee” is up for interpretation, there’s evidence of growing populist resistance against government resettlement programs.
According to figures from German data crunchers, more than 1.5 million Germans have left their country over the past decade— 138,000 of them left in 2015 alone.
And while the data doesn’t provide specific reasons for the exodus, it’s worth noting that the number of Germans leaving the country has risen in unison with its government’s decision to increase the number of immigrants and refugees from war-torn Muslim nations.
Last year, Germany opened its doors to more than 1 million migrants to the dismay of about half of German citizens who say the new arrivals are destroying their way of life. Read more »(485 words, estimated 1:56 mins reading time)
Your local police could soon add drones equipped with stun guns to their arsenal of crime fighting tools.
That’s according to the latest reports out from The Wall Street Journal which indicate that Tazer equipped drones are on the way.
“Following recent events, including the use of a robot to deploy lethal force in Dallas to eliminate a highly dangerous threat, we’ve received questions about whether it would be feasible to similarly deploy a TASER from an autonomous vehicle,” Taser spokesman Steve Tuttle said.
As reported by Digital Trends:
Talks have recently taken place between police officials and Taser International, a company that makes stun guns and body cameras for use by law enforcement, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. While no decision has yet been made on whether to strap stun guns to remotely controlled quadcopters, Taser spokesman Steve Tuttle said his team were discussing the idea with officials as part of broader talks about “various future concepts.” Read more »(284 words, estimated 1:08 mins reading time)
There is a saw that comes from Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” that “the truth will out.” But not if government has its way.
That’s because truth is the enemy of the state. The state, meaning the apparatus of government, is “the system” that controls the American people.
Most people believe they control the political system through elections. Little do they know that the government and the corporate state own and control the state and the people. In other words, the system is rigged, as Donald Trump says. The system must keep this information invisible and it does so through constant conditioning of the public mind.
Now consider what has happened and is happening to Julian Assange. Consider Edward Snowden.
Assange created WikiLeaks in 2006, exposing, among other things, malfeasance in the conduct of Bush the Lesser’s “War on Terror.” Progressive Democrats loved Assange then. Read more »(887 words, estimated 3:33 mins reading time)
Debt has become the currency of the world at this point.
No longer is money the prime driver of individual, national or corporate wealth.
It seems that now that the central banks run the world, and low interest rates are the norm — money is no longer as important as it used to be.
Corporate and sovereign debt are at record levels because there are ways for financial institutions to make money from this debt mountain.
People talk about the $19 trillion U.S. deficit but don’t realize that one single bank — Deutsche Bank — is holding $42 trillion in derivatives. And the thing about those derivatives is they are leveraged plays on the underlying value of the currencies and companies they represent.
They’re not hard assets… they do not indicate or contain the value of anything in reality. They are like Facebook friends compared with real, live friends. They exist, but they aren’t really a reflection of you as a real person. Read more »(649 words, estimated 2:36 mins reading time)
Some of these polls are going to turn out to be dead wrong. With just over two weeks to go until election day, some surveys are showing a very tight race, while others say that Hillary Clinton has a massive lead. For example, the tracking polls put out by Rasmussen, the L.A. Times and IBD/TIPP have all consistently shown that the race is either tied or Donald Trump is winning by a small margin. But Fox News has Hillary Clinton ahead by six points, Bloomberg has Clinton ahead by nine points, and the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll has Clinton ahead by twelve points. So what in the world is going on here? If the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll is correct, we are likely to see a landslide of historic proportions for Clinton, and this is what many of the experts are now projecting. But if Rasmussen and the L.A. Times are correct, the race could easily go either way. So who are we supposed to believe? Could it be possible that some of the polls are rigged against Trump? Read more »(1728 words + 1 image, estimated 6:55 mins reading time)
America is never going to be great again until we deal with the wickedness in our own hearts. In recent days I have listened to so many national leaders tell us that Donald Trump is going to win the election and that this will usher in a new golden age of blessing and prosperity for America. Supposedly this is going to happen even though we continue to slaughter babies on an industrial scale, sexually-transmitted diseases are spreading at the fastest pace in decades, the percentage of births out of wedlock is more than 10 times higher than in 1940, and approximately two out of every three Christian men watch pornography on a regular basis. Even though there aren’t any signs of widespread national repentance, we are supposedly going to be showered with wealth, favor, protection and good times for as far as the eye can see. You can believe this if you want, but it doesn’t have any basis in reality. Read more »(1105 words + 1 image, estimated 4:25 mins reading time)
Are we about to see the largest election day miracle of all time? Because as I will show in this article, that is precisely what it is going to take in order for Donald Trump to win. Before I go any further, I want to make it exceedingly clear that I am not saying what the outcome will be on November 8th. As I recently told a national television audience, I do not know who is going to win. In this article I am simply going to examine the poll numbers and the electoral map as they currently stand. But in this bizarre election things can literally change overnight, and it is entirely possible that we could still have another “October surprise” or two before it is all said and done. And without a doubt Donald Trump desperately needs something “to move the needle”, because if the election was held today Hillary Clinton would almost certainly win. Read more »(1591 words + 2 images, estimated 6:22 mins reading time)
We just learned a very important lesson about how exceedingly vulnerable our Internet truly is. On Friday, three massive waves of cyberattacks took down some of the biggest websites on the entire Internet. Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Reddit, Etsy, Business Insider, Github, Spotify, the New York Times and the Boston Globe were among the prominent websites affected. Security experts tells us that with each passing month these kinds of attacks are becoming larger and more sophisticated. And most Americans don’t realize this, but nations such as Russia, China and North Korea have been feverishly developing extremely advanced cyberwarfare capabilities. So could a day come when one of our enemies takes down our Internet completely for an extended period of time?
According to CNBC, the primary target of the attacks on Friday was a hosting company known as Dyn, and these attacks came from “tens of millions” of IP addresses simultaneously… Read more »(1117 words + 1 image, estimated 4:28 mins reading time)
Hillary Clinton and her fellow Democrats are trying to discredit GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump by labeling his warning of voter fraud in the upcoming election an outlandish conspiracy theory. But according to one forensics expert, Trump is on to something.
According to Election Defense Alliance director Johnathon Simon, America’s electronic voting systems are not only vulnerable to hackers in this election but have also likely been hacked before.
“The grim truth that is so hard to tell and so hard to swallow is that America’s electoral system has been corrupted in the most direct and fundamental of ways: the computers that now count virtually all of our votes in secret can be—and, the evidence indicates, have been—programmed to cheat,” Simon told Washington Examiner.