Monday, November 24, 2014

A Voluntaryist's response to the 'What if Illegals Left' meme

Have you seen this meme and the corresponding list of factoids? It purports to be a well-researched article by Tina Griego, a hack calling herself a journalist for the Denver Rocky Mountain News.  It's been circulating widely on Facebook - even among my best friends - and it's pissed me off to the point I have to say something.

There is so much misrepresentation of truth and misplaced blame in this post I hardly know where to begin.
First off, this piece only examines how a group of real living breathing people among us are allegedly harming or taking from those of us with a made up thing called citizenship that gives us belonginghood to another made up thing called a country. It does not consider one iota of benefit this group of people might bring our society, as well it shouldn't since it's oh-so obviously not meant to present any sort of balanced perspective but instead holds true to its undeniably slanted bias aimed at turning human against human for political ends. Politics. Another made up thing.
Oh, woe is me. Those damned dirty Mexicans, cloggin' up muh highways, fillin' muh prisons, an' makin' me press 1.
This piece is right about one thing; our society would look a lot different without them. See, being outside the made up law, they operate in a real world free market system. They do jobs Americans don't want to do - and you fucking know it - and they do it for waaaaay less than any prideful American would. And here's the thing - because they do, a lot of construction projects move forward and businesses thrive WHERE THEY OTHERWISE WOULD NOT. Because they do, a lot of money changes hands WHERE IT OTHERWISE WOULD NOT. Most Americans don't realize that that's WHAT THE ECONOMY IS! Money changing hands. Mexicans make money move. And more often than not, the grand portion of that money moves into the hands of...AMERICANS. Who then have more money that they otherwise wouldn't. Who then spend and invest more money than they otherwise would.
You take away 20 million "illegals", and the economy would suffer greatly. That would have a real effect on every American life. Those who are having a hard time getting by NOW...fuhget about it after that!
Oh, and let's not forget that those millions of people are also eating. And buying things. Generating a whole lot of SALES TAX. Revenue (that's money for the slower among you). And this money goes to THE STATE. A made up thing , the power of which Americans would LOVE to wield against businesses to regulate and force them to pay "a living wage". See, Americans only like to pay lip service to this concept they call freedom. They don't really understand what it means. They SAY they want a free market, but they also want state intervention in the market. To benefit them. Americans actually HATE the free market. They just don't know it.
So those millions of "illegals" are actually helping to pay for at least SOME of the burdens this post proposes they put on our society. Take those people away, take away the tax revenue (and the natural economic stimulus tied directly to it) as well.
Let us now turn our attention to all these supposed burdens placed upon us by these loathsome illegals.
1. $14-$22 billion on welfare. First off, according to whom? Secondly, the problem proposed here isn't that the illegals get welfare. The unspoken accusation is that they steal this money from the American taxpayer.
But they don't. The state does. The state takes that money from you and gives it to them. The illegals aren't the direct problem. They certainly aren't the direct thieves. The state is. Furthermore, some of those taxes ARE paid by the illegals. And MORE of those taxes are made POSSIBLE by the work of the illegals stimulating the economy to generate the tax revenue to begin with.
2. The post has no #2. What happened to #2?
3. $7.5 billion on Medicaid for illegal aliens.
Again, according to whom? And again, the unspoken accusation is that Americans are being fleeced by illegal aliens. They are not. They are being fleeced by the state who in turn ostensibly offers care to these real life people who aren't a part of the made up club of American citizens.
4. $12 billion each year on education for children here "illegally" (in that their presence violates made up things called laws) and they still cannot speak a word of Murikan, I mean, er...English!
Don't bother with the thin veil, America. The whole world sees your ethnocentricity for what it is.
And again we come back to who that money comes from. Americans. And who takes that money. Catching on yet? It's NOT illegals. It's the state. But what would we do without state education? How would we indoctrinate our children in the history written by victors (as opposed to what really happened)? How would we churn out mindless hoop jumpers and test takers for the cubicles? Jesus knows private education wouldn't do better. Oh, it does? Guess I better move on...
5. $27 billion dollars are spent each year for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies (also otherwise known as AMERICANS!!!)
Even Americans aren't American enough for you bastards anymore. It's
kind of gross. Seriously.
6. $3 Million/day ($1.2B/year) to incarcerate illegal aliens. I have a REAL quick solution for this one. STOP IMPRISONING PEOPLE! America likes to call itself "Home of the Free", while most Americans are completely clueless to the FACT that America boasts the largest prison population on the planet. And yeah, you're paying to house, clothe and feed every one of them, "illegal" or not. In a sense, they're all "illegal", aren't they? After all, they didn't follow your made up laws, so the state stole your money to pay to kidnap them and hold them hostage on your dime. Quick thought - how 'bout you just stop? Just...don't.
7. 28% percent of all federal prison inmates are illegal aliens. See my response to #6.
8. $190 billion dollars are spent each year on illegal aliens for welfare & social services by the American taxpayers.
Did any of you notice this was a reboot of #1-3, except the number is just bigger? Ever stop to wonder where the numbers are coming from, or why they need to reiterate things halfway through the list?
And remember - it's not the American taxpayers who spend this money, it's the American government. It's the American government who is taking the taxpayers money and spending it thusly. It's like if a thief held you at gunpoint and then used the money he stole to buy a gold ring and then you got mad at the jeweler for taking your money. It's literally like that. How do you not see this?
Oh...right...because you've been indoctrinated to see government as a given and a "necessary evil". Whatever.
9. $200 billion dollars per year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens.
I call bullshit on this. So hard. Let's go back to the fact that for the most part these people do work Americans wouldn't want to do anyway, especially for the free market wages, and how that in turn stimulates the economy (remember, that's money moving) which in turn creates more jobs and gets more people paid. Settle down, I mean American people.
Furthermore, if we're talking about "suppressed" wages because illegals will work for less than Americans and Americans believe the government should manipulate the market to benefit them in the form of a raised minimum wage, perhaps it would be prudent to note that the bump in standard of living in such cases has historically been short-lived as the market catches up and the cost of living is raised for all, essentially devaluing the currency. (Or in Murikan...er, I mean English: Raising the minimum wage makes your money worth less).
10. The illegal aliens in the United States have a crime rate that's two and a half times that of white non-illegal aliens. In particular, their children, are going to make a huge additional crime problem in t he US.
Oh. My. God. How blind can you be to your own racism? The operative word above is WHIIIIIIIIIITE!!!!!! Holy selectively biased figures, Batman! You mean to tell me that the statistically poorest demographic has a much higher crime rate than the statistically most well off? YOU DON'T FUCKING SAY!
I could go on to trounce this piece of shit of a "factoid", but I won't. If this is a figure you think has any bearing WHATSOEVER on this argument...fuck you. Just fuck you. Yes, you.
11. During the year 2005, there were 8 to 10 MILLION illegal aliens that crossed our southern border with as many as 19,500 illegal aliens from other terrorist countries. Over 10,000 of those were middle-eastern terrorists. Millions of pounds of drugs, cocaine, meth, heroin, crack, guns, and marijuana crossed into the U.S. from the southern border.
#11. Oh, #11 is my most favoritest of all!!! *cracks fingers in preparation*
In 2005, 8-10 million of our brothers and sisters who just happen to not be in the made up club of America cross the imaginary line called a border. 8-10 million in one year alone, huh? So according to this post there are 20 million
illegals...and a full 50% came in 2005 alone? Hey, I can make up numbers, too! You should try it, it's fun. And people will repost it on Facebook! Wheeeeeeee!!!!!
And the best part...they brought nearly 20,000 people from terrorist countries with them! Now there are terrorist countries? Would those be countries who bomb innocent women and children, kidnap and torture innocent people and
hold them for years, or do atrocious things like blow up entire wedding parties? If so, then the real terrorist country goes by the initials U.S.A.
And half of these people the Mexicans invited in with them are honest-to-Allah terrorists? You don't say? Wait...how do you know that? Oh, never mind. You're a great well-meaning American. I'll just take you at your word. They snuck into
America via Mexico AND they're from the middle east? You're right. They must be terrorists.
I love that all the drugs are lumped in with #11. Maybe they should have made that a separately numbered factoid. Hell, they could have made it the mysteriously missing #2. BUT SINCE YOU BROUGHT IT UP...
Do you really want to blame the drug problem on Mexicans? Are you really gonna go ahead and say drugs cross into America because of illegal aliens? Reeeeeeally? Shit, son. You're more deluded than I thought.
Drugs come into America because THERE'S A MARKET FOR THEM! And that market is very lucrative. And the reason there's so much money to be made in drugs IS BECAUSE THEY'RE ILLEGAL! End the drug war, end the problem. Easy peasy.
Prohibition has never worked. Ever. Laws and cops have never improved the situation, they've only made it more dangerous and therefor more expensive and THAT is why so many drugs find their way across our border. Don't blame
illegal aliens. Blame your stupid laws. Which are a part of....drum roll...THE STATE!!!
12. The National Policy Institute, estimates that the total cost of mass deportation would be between $206 and $230 billion, or an average cost of between $41 and $46 billion annually over a five year period.
Okay, raise your hand if you realize this factoid actually works in support of NOT deporting illegals.
13. In 2006, illegal aliens sent home $65 BILLION in remittances back to their countries of origin, to their families and friends.
Once again, according to whom?
And let me ask you this: Are you aware that Americans sent waaaaaaaay more than $65B to China so they could shop at Walmart because Americans don't make anything anymore? Americans sent a hell of a lot more of their own money to other countries than "illegals" (who genuinely earned what they caringly sent their families). So how's 'bout you shut the fuck up until you start a Made in America factory and actually produce a good at a competitive price that Americans will pay. Those "illegals" are human beings who earned what they made. It became THEIR money, and therefor THEIR property to do with as they choose. It's a little something called FREEDOM.
14. The dark side of illegal immigration: Nearly one million sex crimes are committed by illegal immigrants in the United States!
One million a year? Between 2005-2007? How about some context for this factoid that really doesn't mean shit. The grand majority of people in the United States are US citizens, and they commit the grand majority of sex crimes. Illegals are going to commit some rapes. Some murders. Smoke some crack. Beat some spouses. You know what they're not gonna do? Defraud investors, disguise and sell crap loans they know are bad and tank the global economy, costing way more Americans their jobs than those 20 million "illegals" put together. But you don't see a single bankster going to jail. You're too worried about Jose y Eleticia.
Total cost a whopping $538.3 BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR !
So that's your bottom line? $540B/year? According to whom? You're just adding up imaginary figures without a lick of support.
And here's MY bottom line: Even if that figure were miraculously 100% accurate, it is not the illegal aliens to blame. In most cases, it is not the illegal aliens who are taking that money from Americans. It's the state. There's not a single numbered issue in this post that wouldn't at the very least be greatly alleviated by eliminating the state from the equation. See, you can keep your money AND let the illegals stay to do the jobs you don't want to. Just eliminate the REAL problem.
America does not have an immigration problem. It has a government problem. And you're all being played by politicians (stewards of the government) to see and argue amongst yourselves this imaginary immigration problem. A thief stole your money, America. That thief is pointing at the jeweler and telling you it was the jeweler who stole your money. And you're buying it. You're pulling out your torches and pitch forks to chase down and lynch the jeweler instead of the real criminal - the United States government.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Secret TR-3B spacecraft appears during ISS October 7 spacewalk

Secret TR-3B spacecraft on NASA ISS feed
Click to view larger image 
I've been posting a lot about the TR-3 spacecrafts on Facebook and Twitter this week following a photographer's capture of a triangular craft near Wichita, Kansas this past weekend.  In an interesting synchronicity, guess what showed up on NASA's own ISS feed during a spacewalk this past Tuesday?

That's right, a pretty obvious TR-3B made an appearance.  It becomes visible at 1:02, becomes clearer at 1:24 and gives you a great shot of its backside at 1:48.  Look between the station and the Earth, you can't miss it.  One note, this is on NASA's own YouTube channel, so there's zero chance of fakery.


Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Congressman Mike Pompeo and his GMO lobby sponsors

Wichita, KS Congressman Mike Pompeo
has received more contributions from the GMO lobby
than all but 1 member of Congress.
If you believe you have the right to know what's in the food you buy, Congressman Mike Pompeo is not your friend.  Neither are the GMO lobby corporations and industry associations who have given more to him than almost anyone else in Congress.

In a new report, the Environmental Working Group has done their homework and followed the money to show us who in Congress the GMO lobby is bolstering, and by how much.

Here is a graphic detailing Pompeo's top GMO lobby contributors and how much they've given him.  Click the image to see EWG's information in full detail, or click here to see the full size image.


Mike Pompeo's GMO Lobby contributions
Just a thought: Maybe you should stop buying their products and vote for someone else.

Bayer makes Aleve, Alka-Seltzer, Bactine, Flintstones and One A Day vitamins, Midol, Rid, Yaz.

General Mills makes Betty Crocker, Bisquick, Cheerios, Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Fiber One, Gardetto's, Gold Medal, Green Giant, Haagen-Dazs, Hamburger Helper family, Kix, Lucky Charms, Macaroni Grill, Nature Valley, Old El Paso, Pillsbury, Progresso, Total cereal, Totino's & Jeno's, Trix (NOT for my kids!), Wheaties & Yoplait.

PepsiCo makes Lays, Fritos, Doritos, Mtn Dew, Gatorade, 7Up, Cheetos, Lipton teas, Quaker oatmeals, Ruffles, Tropicana juices, Tostitos, Aquafina, Sierra Mist, Brisk teas, and Starbucks ready-to-drink beverages.

Mike Pompeo's primary opposition is Todd Tiahrt, who formerly held Pompeo's congressional seat for many years.  In truth, he's not a whole lot different from Pompeo on the issues and is really just another establishment Republican, but he's found a political expediency in attacking Pompeo on GMO labeling and is therefor a preferable candidate.  I would urge liberty-loving Wichita area Republicans to vote for Todd Tiahrt over Mike Pompeo in the upcoming Republican primary.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Kansas Senator Jerry Moran chooses corporations over constituents

Last week I discovered my disgusting asshat of a congressional representative Mike Pompeo was sponsoring a bill at the federal level designed to squash the efforts in 24 individual states to force food companies to label foods with GMOs.  Of course, I immediately wrote my Kansas senators encouraging them to stand against this bill.

Below is the response I received from Senator Jerry Moran, who I've viewed until recently as the "good guy" in the Kansas congressional delegation.  It would seem that Senator Moran is more interested in representing the interests of the giant corporations over my natural right to know what's in the food they're creating for me to buy.  Not such a good guy, after all.  But what did I expect?  I already knew no candidate actually wins an election for a federal office without being in the pocket of banks and corporations.  I guess I need to release my grip on the last shred of hope I held that there are still secretly some decent people in Washington, D.C.

Ol' Jerry, in the tried and true style of political subterfuge, assured me that the United States has the safest food supply in the world (so, like, why try to make it safer?) and that the FDA makes sure nothing harmful ever touches the market.  Maybe he should tell that to the victims of all the dangerous drugs that made Big Pharma millions before being pulled.  Never mind that GMOs haven't been in the food supply long enough to determine the long term effects.  Never mind that no system is in place to link the possible (nay, probable) harmful effects of GMOs in the food supply to the food themselves - exactly BECAUSE there's no tracking of what foods do and do not contain GMOs!

I think I'll write Senator Moran back to let him know where his reasoning fails and explain to him that I'm not one of these American sheeple who will accept a politicians pat answer and just move along.

So, moral of the story is that Jerry Moran, like Pat Roberts, Mike Pompeo and the rest of the good ol' boys from Kansas on Capitol Hill, is not a good guy.

As promised, here's the response he sent:
The United States has the safest food supply in the world.  It is in our country's best interest to continue to protect the integrity of food production.   I appreciate knowing your views on labeling genetically engineered food . Under federal law, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must determine whether genetically engineered plants and animals are safe for human consumption before the products  can be marketed.  The FDA, in conjunction with the United States Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency , review the science and safety of all  genetically modified organisms (GMO's) intended for human consumption.   There is currently no scientific consensus or evidence indicating that GMO's are harmful for human consumption.  By the year 2050, the planet's population is expected to reach well over 9 billion.  We must develop technologies and prepare for  population growth if we are to avoid world hunger.  I will continue to monitor the science behind GMO's.  I am grateful for the opportunity Kansans have given me to serve them in the United States Senate.    If you are interested in learning more about my efforts on your behalf, I encourage you to visit moran.senate.gov.    Please let me know if I can be of service to you or your family in the future.
Very truly yours,

Jerry Moran 

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

What you're not being told about the Bundy Ranch standoff

Storm Clouds Gathering does an excellent job showing us what the Bundy Ranch isn't about, what it provably is about, and delivers a message warning to people idly spreading information online about hurting more than helping - then tops it all off with a request for help from law enforcement to actually do something to help their country.

Watch this, and please share it.  This is the most important Bundy Ranch video I've seen so far.



Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Bix Weir: US Navy Declares WAR Against the Bad Guys

Reposted from Bix Weir's newsletter | April 7, 2012

Human beings have known for years, many decades even, that there are much better ways of creating energy than by burning fossil fuels. Since the early 1900's there has been a vast conspiracy to suppress this knowledge and those who have the most to lose in releasing free energy technologies were ruthless in their suppression.  From Tesla (Ambient Energy) to Ford (Hemp Oil Cars) to Stanley Meyer (Water Fueled Cars) each and every technology that could have changed the world were brutally suppressed by the controllers of our fossil fuel system...
UNTIL NOW!
US Navy Game Changer - Converting Seawater  Into Fuel
Reuters / Brian Brooks
Washington (AFP) - The US Navy believes it has finally worked out the solution to a problem that has intrigued scientists for decades: how to take seawater and use it as fuel.
The development of a liquid hydrocarbon fuel is being hailed as "a game-changer" because it would significantly shorten the supply chain, a weak link that makes any force easier to attack.
END
So why is this a big deal and why did it take the US Navy to announce this technology NOW when we've known about it for decades?
Simple: The SURVIVAL of the US Dollar is 100% dependent upon the people of the world using US Dollars for their purchases of petroleum fuel products!
They call it the "Petro Dollar" because the US requires every nation of the world to buy and sell oil in US Dollars. If not then we invade, bomb and destroy them until they relent. The reasoning is simple: oil is the largest commodity bought and sold on the planet. We consume 92 million barrels per day at $100/barrel...that's over $3T in US Dollars needed per year for oil transactions and much, much more than that needed in reserves at foreign banks to secure these purchases.
Basically, without the need to buy oil in US Dollars then all those US Dollars will come flooding back into the  market causing serious hyper inflation and destroying the United States long running ability to run massive deficits.
That is why these new, free energy sources were not allowed to be introduced into the global population...
AND THAT IS WHY IT TOOK THE US NAVY TO BREAK THE NEWS!!!
Perch this on top of all the other anti-dollar news and you have quite the pile of explosive material that this fiat money system is teetering on!
It is happening my friends...stay ready and alert.
May the Road you choose be the Right Road.

Check out Bix's site roadtoroota.com

Monday, December 16, 2013

Alexis & Tsarnaev: More in common than we knew

Tamerlan Tsarnaev
Today RT.com revealed that Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the accused Boston bomber about whose death there are conflicting reports, had heard a voice in his head for some time.  A voice that gave him orders.  Orders that he told a friend he did not want to follow.

This new information bears remarkable similarity to what Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis said he experienced.  Alexis claimed an ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) weapon was being used to make him hear voices.  He even made a police report saying three men were following him and using this technology on him.  It is well known that Alexis carved the words "My ELF weapon" onto the stock of the gun he used in the shooting.
Aaron Alexis
 

Could it just be a coincidence that the accused perpetrators of both of these high-profile events reported hearing voices?  Is it simply coincidence that they both believed they were the target of mind control?  In the absence of a known technology that could accomplish such a thing, one might conclude coincidence is the probable explanation.

However, this technology does exist, and has since at least the mid-1970s.  In a well-researched and referenced online PDF document entitled "Synthetic Telepathy and the Early Mind Wars", Dr. Richard Alan Miller details how this technology was developed, by whom, for whom, how it works, and its possible uses.  According to Dr. Miller, this technology can be used to convince a person they're simply hearing voices in their head, that they're channeling disembodied entities, or even to hypnotize a subject without their knowledge and plant suggestions.

One might consider it a greater stretch of the imagination to believe the United States government spent the time and money to develop this technology but aren't using it than to believe it's simply a coincidence that Tsarnaev and Alexis both heard voices telling them to do things.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Several UFOs discovered in Arizona desert footage

Yesterday I was working with some footage that was shot recently in Arizona when an object caught my eye.  Upon reviewing the footage, I found another similar object zipping across the screen.  Then another...and another.

One might automatically assume the objects are insects, but there are several reasons I don't believe they are.  First, all the objects seem to be roundish points of light with sharp edges, i.e. no fast flapping insect wings are softening the edge with semi transparency and motion blur.  Secondly, since my parents moved to Arizona my dad has remarked on multiple occasions how there just aren't any bugs there.  Thirdly, I directly asked the individual in the footage if he recalled any insects being around.  While he didn't remember insects, he did remember it was somewhat windy.

So maybe the objects are something blowing in the wind?  Again, I think not.  There are instances where multiple objects are on screen at the same time, moving in different directions and at different rates of speed.  Also, a couple of the objects move into the frame at a good clip, then slow down significantly.  Instead of dropping from lack of wind-born buoyancy, they hover and then zip off again or just disappear.

Am I saying the objects are extraterrestrial craft?  No, but I feel it's worth pointing out that Arizona is home to both regular UFO sightings and some of the most epic and famous.  Also, Area 51 in Nevada is only a state away.

The objects in this footage are UFOs.  They are unidentified.  They are flying.  They are objects.  I do not know what they are, but they are interesting!

What do you think?

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Global BEM Conference streaming live on Bravo New World

Free energy. Zero point energy. Tesla energy. Breakthrough energy. Whatever you call it, once you know its potential, you'd be hard-pressed to find anything that could do more to change our planetary civilization for the better.

The second Global Breakthrough Energy Movement conference is being  held in Boulder, CO this week, and you can stream it live for free right here on the Bravo New World site.  Just click HERE or on the Global BEM tab at the top of the page!

I am extremely grateful to the organizers of the conference for pushing this movement forward, and for making the free streaming option available to us.  Thanks, guys!