From: Preparedness Daily
A Walmart in Idaho Falls that sells long term food storage items. I have heard of Walmart stores in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming that have these “Preparedness Centers”. This one in Idaho Falls has a section containing freeze dried foods along with wheat, beans and rice. There are water barrels and gamma lids also. They carry this stuff in certain areas probably because of the prevalence of people who are more self-reliant.
I can attest that not only Walmart has this, but so does Winco. And so does a number of the regular stores here as well. Stores in Idaho, Wyoming and Montana are all selling these supplies. They know what is coming.
By: Arlen Williams
Multiple Updates – The Bound is running to and fro today, collecting and analyzing intel on the fake-anarchist Marxist malcontents putting these events together. Also, not only their more honest anarchist dupes, but the upper echelons of entrepreneurial neo-Marxists up the ladder, clear up to the wealthiest 1% (of 1%, of 1%, of 1%) trying to finish the job of destroying America. They brought us the “Arab Spring.” What is this supposed to be, the “American Fall?”
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If you need to catch up, here’s our story that broke the news last Wednesday 8/10, thanks to a tweet by @CFHeather: “‘U.S. Day of Rage’ Orchestrated for ‘Worldwide Democracy’ (think pseudoanarchist, neo-Marxist, globalist)” Click on the tag, below: “Day(s) of Rage,” to get up to date.
Also, the entire hour yesterday with Rick Wiles at TruNews.com is Very Important Info, though my report with him was in the first half.
Additions will tend to be brief, you’ll have to click the links for the lowdown. Let the day and evening’s blogging begin.
(10:28am CT) First of all, these dudes and dudettes dress in black because they pose as anarchists (and black hides stains better, they don’t tend to have the best hygene; counter-protest tip: position up-wind). And much like Islamists, Marxists treat those who actually believe themselves anarchists as pawns (while Marxists are also the duped bishops and knights of globalist kleptocrats). More: link, link.
(10:46am) They are orchestrated with the help of this Bond-villain sociopath, see him grin and chuckle: “George Soros Video: Having Fun Subverting Nations.” When he’s serious, he believes he is god. Yeah. More on his role in a bit.
(11:28am) Two Rothschild mega-banksters, respectively brought Soros’ general mayhem into the world and his counterpart in the globalist ecofascist racket, Maurice Strong. Born to the megalomaniacal manor and the Machiavellian mantle, global control is their thing. The world is their slave class. Protester dudes: so much for anarchy or Marxian egalitarianism.
(1:30pm) The US Day of Rage site includes training videos. Here are the credits of their first video. Hey look, The Ruckus Society.
The Ruckus Society is funded by many sources.
Here is the 2008 funding from the Open Society Institute (George Soros) to the Tides Foundation. This is the latest year for which OSI has filed a Form 990 document with the IRS (as of Dec. 19, 2010):
Total: $4.229 million
Drummond Pike is the Founder and CEO of the Tides Foundation and is directly connected to Soros. He is also Treasurer of the Democracy Alliance, a group that was founded with major financial backing from member George Soros.
The Apollo Alliance is a project of the Tides Center. Van Jones is a former board member for the Apollo Alliance and is instrumental in Color for Change. The Apollo Alliance helped to design and promote the stimulus bill which included $110 billion for “green spending.”
The other organization’s they show is warresisters.org for the War Resister’s League. That’s not surprising, the MegaloMarxism has been behind peaceniks for a long, long time in America — just like they are behind their anarchists and Islamists. They don’t want this “bastion of freedom” to be either free or a bastion. See Gulag Bound’s category, “Peace Movement Manipulation,” for many articles primarily or secondarily about that.
Let’s look further into funders when we get the chance, but we have already pointed out how the money trail works, from Rothschild central banksters, on down. And banksters always want maximal return on investment (ROI).
more to come…
By: Arlen Williams
Yesterday in Iowa:
AP Video: “Obama’s Heated Exchange After Event“
Great politely confrontational politics, Tea Partiers. Seems you are more talented than nearly all the White House press corps. Oh the heat, Associated Press!
- You may want to listen two or three times, to take in all the nuance. This is the United States (Putative) President, ladies and gentlemen.
- Isn’t threatening to unnecessarily withhold Medicare and Medicaid payments to senior citizens and to default on the payrolls of our armed forces economic terrorism, Mr. Cloward-Piven? I mean, Obama? Why didn’t the Congressional GOP and the lowland lords of the Tea Parties bring that out, well before the Biden blurt?
- Timothy McVeigh? Really Mr. (Putative) President? Way to step in it and work your shoe all around. Attempts to slander healthy-minded, budget-minded, constitutionalist, and Christian conservatives with the name of the agnostic/atheistic McVeigh are cliché among the disconnected left. Here are three exposés of that, a. in WorldNetDaily, b. in Flopping Aces, and c. in American Thinker, by Jack Cashill.
By: Trevor Loudon
As if we didn’t already know that this is the plan.
By: Trevor Loudon
By: Trevor Loudon
I’ve always admired Texas congressman Ron Paul as an American patriot and the best mind in the House of Representatives when it comes to financial and constitutional issues.
However, the first responsibility of any government is to protect the security of its citizenry and it is here that I have issues with Rep. Paul.
That is why I decided to run this article b y Spyridon Mitsotakis from Big Peace.
I don’t agree with all of it, including the gratuitous attack on the John Birch Society, but it makes some important points that Mr. Paul’s highly honorable supporters should stop to consider.
The conspiracy-minded John Birch Society, long ago expelled from the conservative movement by Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley, Jr., is abuzz over Congressman Ron Paul’s “Blame America First” performance at Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate.
Oddly, it was Paul’s bizarre assessment of a nuclear Iran that impressed Birchers—and his many devoted supporters. “Just think of how many nuclear weapons surround Iran,” said Paul. “The Chinese are there. The Indians are there. The Pakistanis are there. The Israelis are there. The United States is there. All these countries … Why wouldn’t it be natural if they might want a weapon? Internationally, they might be given more respect. Why should we write people off?”
After arguing for Iran—the world’s leading terror state for 30 years and counting—to have nukes, Paul next implored America to negotiate with these terrorists, citing examples from the Cold War, invoking Eisenhower in the 1950s and Reagan in the 1980s: “In the fifties, we at least talked to them [the Soviets]. At least our leaders and Reagan talked to the Soviets. What’s so terribly bad about this? And countries you put sanctions on you are more likely to fight them. I say a policy of peace is free trade, stay out of their internal business, don’t get involved in these wars and just bring our troops home.”
This distain for strong action against America’s enemies is nothing new for Ron Paul. A few months ago, he was asked his reaction to the elimination of Osama Bin Laden. His response? He stated that the Navy SEAL raid on Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan “was absolutely not necessary.” Why? Because of the violation (alleged) of Pakistani sovereignty. Paul asked rhetorically ”What if he [Osama] had been in a hotel in London?”
Of course, Thursday was hardly the first time the libertarian congressman went out of his way to make excuses for America’s enemies, or blame America first. In 2007, when asked by Tim Russert, “How have we, the United States, provoked al-Qaeda?” Paul responded: “Well, read what the lead—the ringleader says. Read what Osama bin Laden said. We had, we had a base, you know, in Saudi Arabia that was an affront to their religion, that was blasphemy as far as they were concerned.”
Funny that Congressman Paul fancies himself a new Ronald Reagan, because it was Reagan’s pro-military investments which made the Bin Laden raid possible, plus much more. In fact, when Russert asked Dr. Paul about a 1988 statement made by Paul against Reagan, when Paul had proclaimed, “I want to totally disassociate myself from the Reagan administration,” the congressman didn’t back off. Paul declared Reagan had been “a failure.”
It is distressing to see such silliness having an appeal, especially among many college students, but, alas, it does.
And yet, in an ironic twist of fate, what we as Republicans are experiencing has happened before, but it happened to Democrats. The Democrats of the post-war 1940s had to deal with their own version of Ron Paul: Henry Wallace.
Like Dr. Paul, Wallace was a man of many great ideas. He was, in the words of Cold War historian Ronald Radosh, “an agricultural genius—a man who believed in the concept of scientific agriculture, and in the diligent agronomic use of statistical research; and in the diligent agronomic use of statistical research; and a scientist whose own research led him to develop and spread the process of hybrid corn—a process that revolutionized the yield of corn and led to an agricultural revolution.” In short, agriculture was to Wallace what monetary policy is to Paul.
Wallace served as secretary of agriculture and later vice president in the Roosevelt administration; that is, he did so until his weirdness and remarkable reverence for Stalin’s Soviet Union prompted FDR to switch him with Harry Truman in the 1944 election, making Wallace his secretary of commerce.
After FDR died, the new president, Truman, kept Wallace as secretary of commerce. With the war over, however, Wallace found himself in a tough spot. Troubled by the onset of the Cold War, he was driven to speak out on September 1946, and denounce the new threat to world peace: that is, the threat posed by America and Truman to that amiable peacenik Joe Stalin. Shortly thereafter, Wallace was removed from his position.
Importantly, Wallace was far from finished. Like Ron Paul, Wallace steadily denounced American foreign policy, as pursued by both Democrats and Republicans—and he pursued the presidency. Like Ron Paul, Wallace would not let those World War III seeking “Imperialists” working in the interests of “British Colonialism” get off easy. (For Paul today, replace the words “Imperialists” with “Neo-cons” and “British Colonialism” with “Israel.”) And when Stalin would do something unpleasant, such as take over Czechoslovakia in February of 1948, Wallace would explain that it was Truman’s fault. Wallace blamed America first, in spite of the blatantly aggressive actions of an obvious external enemy.
Thus, Wallace and some of his old friends from the Department of Agriculture started their own version of Paul’s “Campaign for Liberty.” They called themselves “Progressive Citizens of America.” Wallace’s supporters believed that the U.S. government was behind a conspiracy to create worldwide crises in order to subvert and dominate other nations for American imperial purposes. They insisted that “innocent” people, like Alger Hiss, were being unjustly persecuted. This group later morphed into the Progressive Party, from which Wallace would challange Truman for the presidency in 1948.
In 1948, presidential candidate Wallace proclaimed: “There is no real fight between a Truman and a Republican. Both stand for a policy which opens the door to war in our lifetime and makes war certain for our children. … The American people read of the fantastic appropriations that are being made for military adventures in Greece, Turkey, China—and billions for armaments here at home. … Two years ago I denounced those who were talking up World War III as criminals. Of course, the bulk of our people are not criminals, but it is possible for a little handful of warmongers to stampede them.”
And with his comrades, men like Harry Magdoff, Victor Perlo, and Charles Kramer, Wallace set out to win the presidency in 1948. His comrades failed to disclose to Wallace their other names, to wit: KANT (Magdoff), RAIDER (Perlo), and PLUMB (Kramer)—their code names as Soviet agents.
If it isn’t obvious by now, what had happened was that Wallace had been duped, and much to most of his party was controlled or influenced by the Communist Party. It took Wallace two more years after suffering a humiliating defeat in that election, and watching as the so-called Progressive Party backed the communists against American troops in Korea, for him to realize what was going on, whereby he denounced his own party and resigned.
But the impact of that campaign went far beyond its time. In a review on the back cover of a first edition copy of Curtis Macdougall’s ”Gideon’s Army,” a KGB-published book (1965) about the Progressive Party, radical left-wing academic Staughton Lynd wrote: “There might have been no Bay of Pigs, no Vietnam, no Santo Domingo if the ideas of the third party of 1948 had prevailed … those ideas of 1948 are alive today.” Just as Ron Paul, when asked by Tim Russert, “Under President Paul, if North Korea invaded South Korea, would we respond?” Paul promised he would not have. “Why should we unless the Congress declared war?” responded Paul. “I mean, why are we there? South Korea, they’re begging and pleading to unify their country, and we get in their way. They want to build bridges and go back and forth. Vietnam, we left under the worst of circumstances. The country is unified. They have become Westernized. We trade with them. Their president comes here. And Korea, we stayed there and look at the mess.”
Needless to say, Ron Paul’s commendable embrace of free-market principles in no way makes him sympathetic to Soviet communism, as was the case for Henry Wallace. Ron Paul is obviously not pro-Soviet or pro-communist—quite the contrary. The commonality is each man’s breathtakingly bad positions on foreign policy and America’s enemies. And unfortunately for Ron Paul, it will be that twisted view of foreign policy that forever keeps him from his party’s nomination and the White House—just as it did Henry Wallace.
What good is sound money and an honored constitution, if your country is a smoking rubble?
To survive and prosper America needs sound money, a return to Constitutional disciplines and the best defense systems and military the country can afford.
Two out of three just ain’t enough.