Monday, January 16, 2017


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 By Nelson Hultberg

January 16, 2017
One of the tragic ironies of history is that the very moment freedom was given birth in America in 1787 with enactment of our Constitution in the wake of the Declaration of Independence, the concept of freedom itself came under direct assault from the philosophical thinkers of Europe, which laid the groundwork for the massive statisms of the modern day. This is because ideology moves history. Mankind's societies are shaped by the prevailing ideas that have gained prominence among the great minds of any given era. Thus freedom as a philosophical concept is in dreadful retreat today throughout the world, even in America.
This modern move away from freedom began in earnest in France in the early 19th century as a result of the philosopher, Jean Jacques Rousseau’s influence on the thinkers of the day. It slithered over most of Europe by 1900 under the guidance of Auguste Comte and Karl Marx and exploded into the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in 1917. It then proceeded to England and America, and it has been very subtly consuming Western civilization for the past 80 years.

I say “modern move” because the rejection of individual freedom is not new. It’s been going on in some form or another at various stages of history since the beginning of human civilization. One sees such a rejection in the terrorist atrocities of the Jacobins during the French Revolution in 1789. One sees it in the religious inquisitions of the 14th and 15th centuries, in the stagnancy and superstition of the Dark Ages, in the fall of Rome and the Greek democracies, in the vast Byzantine states of the Pharaohs, and in the countless efforts on the part of the people of Old Testament Israel to appoint a mighty king to rule their lives for them.
The Collectivist Craving
The inclination to revolt against a life constructed around personal freedom is deeply ingrained in that eternal collectivist craving of men for a material security that exceeds their self-reliance and an intel¬lectual security that relieves them of the necessity of applying thought to their lives. Every time civilization flowers, it has basically done so to the degree that men were left free in matters of the mind and the economics of living. Every time civilization declines, it has basically done so to the degree that the collectivist mentality in man is set loose and allowed to utilize state coercion to dictate truth and redistribute productivity, so as to get something for nothing by expropriating the creative effort of others.
Freedom haters will always be with us. This is why Jefferson and the great 18th century thinkers told us that "the price of freedom is eternal vigilance." There is something born into men and women that makes them naturally seek freedom enthusiastically or hate freedom disgracefully. It's part of their particular DNA. Sure, we are to a great extent a product of the ideas instilled into us from our family, schooling and culture; but these factors make up only one part of what kind of man or woman we become. The other part is born into us. We are programed not just by "nurture," but also by "nature." Unfortunately this way of thinking is scorned by modern day intellectuals. In the minds of today's scholars, our life paths are formed by the "environment" of our formative years, with the "genetic make-up" we are born with of little importance.
Nature's Programming
It is my contention, however, that modernity has got it grievously wrong and has built a warped picture of human personality upon a false view of genetics, physiology, ideology, philosophy, and life itself. As the famous physician, Henry G. Bieler, M.D., put it, "Your carcass is a clue to your character." Human physiology, endocrinology and genetic heritage are powerful determinants of what we strive for, achieve and become in our lives. We as humans are forged 50% from nature and 50% from nurture. Consequently the political convictions we end up adopting and pursuing throughout our lives do not stem just from what we are taught in the schools.
There are large numbers of humans who simply are automatically programed by nature to prefer a life of less freedom than more freedom. They come in two fundamental types – those who wish to rule and those who wish to be ruled. They enter this world naturally predisposed toward an existence of government domination. Freedom, laissez-faire and self-reliance are distasteful to them and always will be. Even if they are taught the benefits and moral propriety of freedom throughout their youth, they reject such truths subconsciously and will always seek justifications for their pursuit of power over others, or their subservience to others. They are haters of freedom by nature.
These humans are driven continuously throughout their lives to further a society of collectivism. They, of course, don't think of what they are fashioning as "enslavement." They tell themselves that the monster state they are so assiduously working for is "necessary for justice," that "freedom no longer works in the modern age," that "capitalism is antediluvian." The powerful physiological forces that drive them from within toward the obliteration of freedom are not recognized in their conscious minds. But they are there from the beginning. Jefferson and the Founders tried to prepare us.
These "freedom haters" prevail throughout our society today like germs permeate the wounds of war. Most patriots agree that the worst of these germs over the past 25 years have been Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. However as virulent and treasonous as they have been, they are only two of a whole host of pathogens that now plague us.
Here are ten of the most dangerous of these pathogens eagerly proselytizing for more and more collectivism in America:
Paul Krugman – Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and a columnist for The New York Times, Krugman, 63 yrs. old, is the premier liberal columnist in America today. He has held professorial positions at MIT, Yale, Princeton, and other schools and is the quintessential example of what is wrong with the Keynesian concept of economics and its endorsement of relentless statism. Orwell didn't know it, but he was writing about future men like Krugman when he penned his famous novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four – masters of sophistry and false ideology who wish to rule over their fellowman with monstrous, arbitrary governmentalism.
Chuck Schumer – Liberal United States senator from New York for the past 18 years after serving for 19 years in the House. Has never had a real job in the marketplace in his life having been elected to the New York State Assembly fresh out of college at the age of 25. His worldview is the modern manifestation of Mussolini's corporatism, i.e., economic fascism. To this brainy zealot, big government is the salvation of not only America, but the human race itself. Has capitulated totally to the Wall Street banks and moguls who bankroll him every election. And they, in turn, love his corporatism. A slimy Machiavellian who has mastered the rationale of mega-statism like "Il Duce" mastered the display of goose-stepping.
Nancy Pelosi – California congresswoman and Minority leader of the House, this relentless purveyor of legislative poison for the Republic is one of the most powerful females in American history and for all the wrong reasons. Never met a government program she didn't salivate over. Comes from a political family and was in love with politics from childhood. Elected to Congress in 1987 from the hotbed of liberal lunacy, San Francisco. Known for her non-stop energy, she scorns vacations to concentrate on her obsessive mission to transform America into a collectivist utopia. Supported the ominous Patriot Act, has constantly pushed to outlaw guns, and proudly dumped Obamacare upon struggling Americans. Patriots count the days until this 76 year old shrewish power luster will have to retire.
Ben Bernanke – Chairman of the Federal Reserve, 2006-2014. Educated at Harvard and MIT and captured by J.M. Keynes' 1936 assertion that "capitalism had reached its mature stage" and required an omnipresent state with a central bank orchestrating generous supplies of fiat currency to prime the engines of inflation, without which the marketplace would collapse into primitivism. This is why Bernanke pumped trillions of dollars in QE into the market in 2008 rather than let the economy purge its debt overload and malinvestment. The ideological fallacies of Keynes dominate Bernanke and today's statist establishment. America's present economic peril cannot be solved until Keynesian acolytes such as Bernanke are relegated to the intellectual graveyard of history where "bloodletters" and "flat earth society" proponents reside.
Rachel Maddow – Nightly television host of the Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC and adamantly opposed to America's limited Constitutional government. Smug and intensely partisan, she is testament to the fact that Mainstream Media in America is most definitely corrupted by the leftist worldview. It is said that movies mirror the health or deterioration of society. The same can be said about the media. Its personalities, and the ideologies that pulsate from their programs, are a reflection of what kind of society we are forging. MSNBC, CNN, and the major networks are rife with the germs of leftism. Rachel Maddow is one of the more lethal of those germs.
Cass Sunstein – A close advisor to President Barack Obama heading up his Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Taught law at the University of Chicago for three decades. A prolific author of sophisticated anti-freedom books, such as The Second Bill of Rights: FDR's Unfinished Revolution and Why We Need It More than Ever, he has throughout his prestigious career opted for imposing "social justice" upon Americans via more and more imperious government. Has repeatedly voiced support for government infiltration of private citizens' affairs, groups and businesses. Presents himself as a defender of human liberty, but in the best Orwellian manner, he thinks fundamentally that men, women and the marketplace must be controlled by "wise elites" in charge of an all-pervasive Nanny State.
Arianna Huffington – Glamorous, multi-talented Greek-American writer, businesswoman, and founder of the influential Huffington Post. Born in Greece in 1950, she immigrated to America in 1980 and adhered to a traditional Republican view of politics and economics in her youth marrying the millionaire elitist, Michael Huffington, a one term GOP Congressman (1993-95). But her Republicanism didn't last. By 2000, Arianna was pouring out liberal thought on all issues. She serves as the perfect example of shrewd media savvy devoid of a core philosophical undergirding, which explains why it was so easy for her to shift into rabid leftism after being a conservative. Intellectual opinion in her mind is almost surely motivated by "popularity" rather than "principle."
Bill de Blasio – Mayor of New York City and strident promoter of liberal causes, from rent control, to expansionist welfare, sanctuary for illegals, gay marriage, and progressive tax rates to soak the rich. Educated at New York University and Columbia, his first big cause after graduation was to go to Nicaragua and pledge support for the socialist Sandinistas. Leftism was born into the man like predation is stamped into a vulture. Multicultural New York's teeming ethnic factions have found their champion for more and more government confiscation conveyed to them. And he undoubtedly wants to use his mayoral office as a launching pad for a presidential run in 2020.
John Podesta – Former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, special counselor to President Barack Obama, and chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. The ultimate "political operative" on the left. Presently heads up the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank in Washington, and the Podesta Group, a powerful lobbying firm that represents mega-corporations such as Wall-Mart, British Petroleum and Lockheed Martin. Talks the language of freedom, but it is cerebral charlatanry rather than ideas the Founders would respect. His mind is racked with the strategic jargon of big government gradualism, i.e., Fabianism.
Maureen Dowd – The journalistic Princess of Statism in America, an op-ed columnist for the New York Times, she is one of the most subtle of collectivists, and therefore one of the most sinister. Smart enough to skewer political figures on both sides of the aisle. But for those who understand how ideology undergirds one's worldview, Dowd is indubitably a leftist sympathizer ruling from her perch at the Times. Hugely successful, a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1999, voted Woman of the Year by Glamour magazine in 1996, she artfully articulates vivid pictures of American politics, economics and culture for her loyal readers. Skilled prose stylist, which gives her the power to bamboozle the literati and shield her latent leftism. 

Purging Freedom's Enemies
All of our troubles today stem from the Marxist-Keynesian worldview that capitalism is not only evil, but in Keynes' words, "reached it's mature stage" in 1929 and must be replaced with a benevolent, all-powerful state to guide the economic forces of life. The above ten personalities are vehement supporters of this tragically flawed concept of political history and economics. 
 Such a view is patently absurd. There is no such thing as a "mature stage" for capitalism. Capitalism will go on forever if men and women are simply left alone to innovate, dream and build. To speak and think as the left does is to say that freedom is a value that grows old and can be discarded if we so desire. This is hideous; it is the same as saying music, love, and heroism can be phased out of our lives. Life cannot be lived without eternal verities. Freedom is one of the verities. But the above ten men and women are haters of freedom. They believe it is old and outdated. The salvation of our way of life rests on purging our country of these traitors to freedom and all the others out there like them.


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Published on Jan 15, 2017
As the inauguration fast approaches, President-Elect Donald Trump has been very busy on Twitter refuting the various Fake News stories that the MSM has been circulating in a desperate bid to justify taking the presidency from Trump. Infowars Reporter Millie Weaver covers some of Trumps most Epic Tweets of the Week prior to inauguration.


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 MANILA — Over 200 were injured on Monday as
 an estimated 1.5 million Filipinos sought to press up against a 
centuries-old statue of Christ that was marched through the streets of 
Manila as part of an annual Roman Catholic celebration called the Feast 
of the Black Nazarene.
As previously reported, Catholics in the country, some holding rosaries, banners and/or cloths, seek to touch the wood carving of Jesus carrying the cross out of their belief that it possesses healing powers or can bring good fortune.
“If you seek a favor, it will be granted as long as you pray hard,” Lolit Gonzales, 45, told the Manila Times. She asserted that she had been healed of a knee injury after participating in the event two years ago.
“The Nazarene has given me everything: a stable job and health for my family,” Armando Bantayaun, 57, also told reporters.

The carving, known as the Black Nazarene for the figure’s dark complexion, is believed to have been brought from Mexico to Manila in the 1600’s. It was carried aboard a ship, and although the vessel caught fire, it was not destroyed.
For the past 200 years, millions have flooded the streets as the wooden carving is carried through Manila for its annual feast day.
This year was no exception, as some followers along the 20-hour procession tossed cloths to those who were adjacent to the carriage, hoping that they could swipe the idol for them. Some walked barefoot in the 30-degree weather to show penance and to recreate Jesus’ supposed barefoot act of carrying the cross.

“It’s part of my sacrifice,” Kath Espino, 28, told the Latin American Herald Tribune, advising that she asked the Nazarene that she conceive a child.
Johnny Yu, who leads the Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDDRMO), told the Philippine Inquirer that most the injuries were minor, but three women who fell after attempting to climb up on the carriage that was carrying the statue were nearly trampled to death. Seven others were also injured after being struck by falling steel railings.
A number of those participating in the procession collapsed, suffered bruises, or complained of elevated blood pressure along the route.
Cheramie Ko, a business owner, told reporters that she has decided to keep her distance after almost being seriously injured in the past.
“I fell in the midst of an avalanche of people and I thought I was going to die until someone managed to pull me out,” she recalled. “I had bruises all over my body. It was a very traumatic experience for me and my family, so I’ve been staying on the sidelines ever since.”
Over 5,000 police were sent to oversee the procession along its route, which began at 5:00 a.m. Monday morning. Despite the injuries, authorities characterized the event as being “peaceful and solemn.”
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte issued remarks in favor of the observance.
“Good fortunes are usually borne out of hard work and perseverance. Prayers are likely answered because we do not give up or get tired from asking God for the fulfillment of our heart’s desires,” he said. “Such is the phenomenal expression of faith of the millions of devotees in the form of gratitude, petition, and sacrifice shown in the image of the Black Nazarene every feast day on the 9th of January every year.”
Duterte had made local headlines recently after telling those who take issue with this foul language to complain to God.
“If you have something against me, about my mouth, about my character, go to God and complain. He was the one who made me. He is the one to be blamed, not me,” he said.
As previously reported, the vast majority of Filipinos—approximately 80 percent—are Roman Catholic. Only an estimated 2.8 percent of the population professes to be evangelical Christian.
 "Fieasta of Holy Child Jesus" 

Quiapo Black Nazarene Mass- January 15, 2017



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WASHINGTON — Over 20 clergy members representing Judaism, Hinduism and Islam, as well as those professing Christianity, gathered on Tuesday to seek a “blessing” over a new Planned Parenthood facility that opened last fall in the nation’s capital.
“In almost every message to our staff, I talk about our doing sacred work,” Laura Meyers, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, told DCist. “This confirms the sacredness of the work we do.”
“Now I can tell patients that this is a blessed space,” also remarked Serina Floyd, the medical director at the facility, located next to Two Rivers Charter School.
According to reports, the event was organized by the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) and Christine and Dennis Wiley, who lead Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ in Washington, D.C.

“Many people do not understand that there are many kinds of Christians,” Christine Wiley asserted to the Huffington Post. “Conservative Christians dominate the television and radio media and influence people to think that this brand of Christianity ‘is’ Christianity. Although they have great influence, this stance is far from representing the true tenets of the person of Jesus Christ.”
The event included appearances by abortionist and former Baptist preacher Willie Parker, Michael Namath of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, and Venkatesh Vadhyar and Bragadeesh Balasubramanian of Sri Bhaktha Anjaneya Temple.
“May the ones who bless our ancestors bring healing on all in need,” Namath said in prayer. “God, let your spirit rest upon these caregivers, who serve as instruments of your hands.”

Vadhyar and Balasubramanian chanted a mantra, stating that it “gives a good vibration to the building and anyone who comes in will be healed soon.”
Islamic Imam Daayiee Abdullah, who is known as being the first openly homosexual imam in the nation, appeared via Skype, where he likewise expressed his support.
The event also featured singing and dancing, and ended with those present singing “This Little Light of Mine,” a song that is based on the words of Christ in Matthew 5:16, which reads, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father which is in Heaven.”
“I’ve been a Christian longer than I’ve been an abortion provider,” abortionist Willie Parker, who performs abortions at the last remaining abortion facility in Mississippi, told DCist. “Women have been made to think that this [facility] is some evil place, where God is not. … Our answer to the curse is to bless.”
As previously reported, in 2014, an Esquire report entitled “The Abortion Ministry of Dr. Willie Parker” outlined that the abortionist believes his work is a reflection of his faith.
“The protesters say they’re opposed to abortion because they’re Christian. It’s hard for them to accept that I do abortions because I’m a Christian,” he stated.
But some have noted that those like Parker who claim to be both Christian and pro-abortion are essentially making three faulty assertions.
“First is that life is not a right inherited from God, but a privilege bestowed by human beings who can withhold it if they choose to do so,” explained Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics in Denton, Texas. “Second is that God is neutral on whether a child He created [should be] brutally torn limb from limb.”
“And finally, they are saying that it is possible to reject the innocent new lives that God creates without rejecting God himself,” he outlined. “From a Christian perspective, all three of these are absurd.”
As previously reported, Philadelphia legal writer, educator and Christian apologist Francis Wharton, who wrote several books on American law, penned an entire chapter on abortion in his book “American Criminal Law,” which was published in 1855.
Wharton called abortionists “persons who are ready to degrade their humanity to this occupation” and stated in regard to abortion in general, “Such conduct cannot be too strongly condemned, and is the more deserving of receiving the punishment awarded for the criminal offense in question.”