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42 Obama Deception

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

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41 The American form of Government

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

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40 The Unseen Hand

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

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This review is from: The Unseen Hand

“The man in the street does not notice the devil even when the devil is holding him by the throat.” ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

How many books have you ever read in which the author printed their home phone number on the first page, allowing readers to contact them directly? Well, you’ll find Mr. A. Ralph Epperson’s number just inside the stark black, white, and gold cover of his excellent “Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History”, THE UNSEEN HAND. I have never met Mr. Epperson, though I have spoken with him by phone on 3 or 4 occasions over the last 12 years; he is one of the nicest, most accommodating authors I’ve ever been in contact with, and this 1985 book is one I would strongly urge every red, white, black, brown, and yellow American who deeply cares about the Red, White, and Blue to read.

THE UNSEEN HAND is the first of Mr. Epperson’s publications I perused – that was about a dozen years ago. I subsequently read several more, and while they all contained valuable information, this nearly 500 page tome with the small print and comprehensive approach to the infamous “New World Order” was easily his best.

(In the year 2000, I was practically forced by The Spirit to undertake an extensively detailed study of Freemasonry. This is far too complex a subject to address in this review, but that same year, I managed to persuade a high-ranking Mason to give me a personal tour of “The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge” of Phoenix, and I was granted a limited time to study that same afternoon in their library located in the Grand Lodge. Part of my mission was to confirm to my satisfaction that the quotations that Mr. Epperson used in his book “Masonry: Conspiracy Against Christianity” did indeed originate with genuine Masonic publications, and that he was not quoting out-of-context in order to twist and misrepresent their meaning. Not only did I find Mr. Epperson to be a very reliable researcher who was adhering to truth, but when I was unable to locate a particular book even in the Masonic library, he xeroxed the pages in question from his copy of it and mailed them to me at his own time and expense. A VERY nice gentleman! And for my part, I was happy to relate to him a few pieces of interesting information that I was able to gain knowledge of as a result of my guided Lodge tour by maintaining an “Aw shucks, gee-whiz, golly-gosh, I’m so impressed” attitude. It’s amazing what you can learn by playing dumb. Of course, in my case, some folks swear it ain’t an act.)

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THE UNSEEN HAND is a thoroughly researched and referenced study that briefly examines nearly every aspect of the “New World Order” conspiracy, from Forms of Government to Science, from Laetrile to The Atomic Bomb, and everything in between, such as Secret Societies, The Federal Reserve, Population Control, Income Taxes, The Civil War, and about 32 other related topics. With each chapter addressing a separate facet of the conspiracy, obviously no subject herein is given a full treatment, for that you will need to search out books targeting a particular area in question, and those books ARE out there. Nevertheless, THE UNSEEN HAND is a remarkable overview, large and densely packed with solid information (including an index) that draws a lucid, meticulous, and faithful picture of the unseen forces that shape our world while we sit mesmerized in front of the glowing box of superficial and misleading images that serve only to fill our minds with the ideas “they” wish us to entertain.

Although this book does contain some, what on its face would seem to be, outrageous and insane charges, I would caution everyone not to dismiss ANYTHING out-of-hand. Dig deeper before dismissing! It has been suggested on this Product Page that Epperson’s contention that Jesse James lived to the age of 107 and that Karl Marx was a satanist raises some doubt about the validity of his book. While I tend to believe that the outlaw’s assassination by a Robert Ford bullet has been fairly well established now, there is reason to believe that James may have been a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, as Epperson claims. And though Marx’s connection to satanism is unproven (and thus Epperson ought not to have framed it quite so affirmatively), I’ve looked into that question sufficiently to state that the suspicion most definitely is not without merit. (See “Was Karl Marx A Satanist?” by Richard Wurmbrand.) As for Epperson’s opinion of the John Birch Society: buy the book, dial his phone number, and ask him directly.

Overall, THE UNSEEN HAND is an illuminating Introduction to the Conspiratorial View of History by a very serious researcher. The book collects an enormous body of evidence from a massive amount of sources and organizes it in a very logical way. Along with “The Creature From Jekyll Island” by Griffin, “None Dare Call It Treason: 25 Years Later” by Stormer, and “Foundations: Their Power And Influence” by Wormser, I consider THE UNSEEN HAND a “must-read” for all American patriots. It may be a history book, but don’t kid yourself, it is really all about our future!

This being the last review I intend to write for this website, I would like to close by quoting those immortal words of Admiral Yoey O’Dogherty, spoken to the brave men aboard the U.S.S. Queeg after the rout of Communist Chinese forces at the battle of Phatphuc Mao: “Men, we’ve kicked enough Red heinie for one day; let’s get some pizza ‘n’ beer and study America’s Constitution. We’ll have strawberry blondes for dessert.”

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39 Talking Crap

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

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38 The govt. Can

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

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37 Thousand Year War in Mideast

Friday, April 30th, 2010

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By     J. P. Ledbetter “Jim Ledbetter Sr.”

Interesting, thought provoking and filled with gile,
This review is from: The Thousand Year War in the Mideast: How It Affects You Today
With the reading of this last book in Mr. Maybury s original nine book series  The Thousand Year War in the Mideast,” I have finished them all. I enjoyed them all even though the Clipper Ship was not as good as the rest. Too many funnel stories.

Yes, I have already ordered the WWI and WWII books for my further enjoyment.

I find Richard Maybury a remarkably intellectual thinker and presenter of his view of history, politics, law, various economics factors, and of course many other issues. There is however a great deal of nothing more than his personal opinion on certain issues.

Enjoy them, yes without a doubt? Did I learn from them, I believe that I leaned a great deal? Do I accept every idea or assertion that he makes, no of course not?

He may be brilliant in his presentation, form and style but to accept his assertions as gospel, because I like those qualities, would be foolish indeed. I find some of what he attempts to sell as absolute fact and  the other side  as he calls it, quite thought provoking; but some of it I find completely unsubstantiated by other works on the same subjects.

In his attempt to get his nephew to see the other side…he quite often seems to blindly and incorrectly “take” the other position as if it were the only possible way of looking at the issue, which is completely inappropriate and often untrue.

For instance, as a former Marine who took great pride in singing  from the halls of Montezuma…to the shores of Tripoli  and learning the history behind it, I take great exception to his implication that America was nothing more than a complete lackey to the English and the Europeans.

One page 205 he tells us that  This will be the first case of the U.S. fighting the Europeans  wars for them.  I find that an odd lack of research when in the college edition of  The National Experience  A History of the United States by Blum, McFeeley, Morgan and Schlesinger, Jefferson s determination to stay out of entangling alliances and  wars  was not undone, by his mere desire or naiveté to be the puppets of the Europeans or the lackeys  of some other power; but because he – actually found paying tribute – for immunity from attack to be too costly and humiliating to America. In short it was intolerable to him as President of this nation to grovel to another nation.

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This could just as easily be looked upon as a positive step to inventing the concept of international waters and the idea of free trade agreements! In any case, it resulted in an 1805 peace with the Pasha stopping his tributes and later the end of all tributes in that area in 1816, according to their account.

So I believe that Mr. Maybury, although learned and scholarly, has failed to consider all sides of the issue, the times these events were conducted in, and the necessary mentality of those dealing with the world and an emerging new nation and world player. If we would have done nothing, tribute paying would have continued, does he believe that would be a good thing? Encouraging such high seas confrontations?

Could he be implying that we just do as liberals seem to want us to do with incidents of killing, by simply ignoring attacks on our property and the loss of life and write them off? Hey, what s a few dead Americans here or there if we can secure favor with an enemy and understand him or her right? I am glad most of our presidents do not have that mentality, although the last one did, which was a real shame.

In addition as an emerging nation could Mr. Maybury really and truly believe that we should have been isolationist for the last 250 years? Democrats say yes out of one side of their mouths while saying no to any Republican who professes the same concept. It is a good word when they use it but a curse word when someone else does.

If we had been, then we would have gone the way of the Incas, Aztecs, American Indians and the French and just about every other defeated nation or people on earth. Non-involvement except for trade would be a great plan, in a world that never entered into the technological age, or that did not enter into the flying machine age or the age of rocket boosters, or the submarine age or the aircraft carrier age or the nuclear, biological and chemical age.

But that is not the world we live in. If we were still getting around with wooden ships, and balloons and horses and such, it would be fine to espouse those philosophies, but thank God we were flexible and fluid enough to adapt, adjust and become a world power broker and player in those days, and overcome the enemies who would by now be teaching our children how to speak their language by force.

I believe Mr. Maybury s opinion go astray when they do not consider the real world and how it has holistically evolved. Sometimes even bad decisions were for the best of reasons when viewed from the long view. Sure we have made mistakes in the past, but he cannot assure anyone that not making those decisions would have produced any safer a world then we have right now. And the Middle East would be a hot spot with or without our minor involvement. By his own admission it was so long before the USA came onto the scene.

Unless of course he is trying to tell us a world owned, operated and ruled by a completely Islamic regime or tyrants like the Stalin s, Hussein s, Khomeini s, Arrafat s and Hitler s and such would be better for us. If we were the wimps he suggests we should have been in world affairs back then, then that is exactly what the status quo would be today. No it is a good book, but the final solution to history as he sees it is an incorrect one, I think.

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36 Travel Club

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

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Our Primo Vacation Club Review starts with the fact that there are a number of locations available where you can stay. An individual wanting to travel to a Primo Club resort only has to make a call to their resort line and discuss when and where they would they would be interested in staying. It is easy to make reservations with their online help and 800 number. An entire family can stay at a Primo Vacation Club resort for just 298.00. You can also receive discounts at many of the leading hotels such as the Hyatt, Hilton and others. Your family will never overpay for a hotel room again. Primo offers vacations in such diverse areas as Sedonna Arizona, and Queensland Australia as well as many others. It is very helpful to check out these resorts and what Primo has to offer as opposed to traditional vacation resorts or timeshare prices.

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35 Tax Foreclosures

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

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By Robert Johnson

Tax Foreclosures occur when a home owner has failed to pay his property taxes and the county seizes the property through a tax foreclosure. Although each county may vary to some degree in regards to the detailed steps, the overall process is virtually the same everywhere.

Much like the mortgage foreclosure process, tax foreclosures must go through the same overall process. Namely the county must:

1. Publicize the pending sale in a local publication for 30 days prior to the sale.
2. Notify all interested parties (home owner, all lien holders, etc) via certified mail.
A. Typically they must send three separate certified mailings.
3. List the amount of past due taxes for which they are foreclosing.
A. This amount will be the opening bid.
4. List the properties minimally by Legal Address, and in some areas, by Physical Address as well.

All winning bidders must be able to pay the entire winning bid in cash or cashiers check on the day of the sale, or in some areas, within 24 hours of the sale.

Most areas will either have one tax sale each year, which is typically held late in the fall, or they may have tax sales on a semi-annual or even a quarterly basis. You will need to contact the county offices in your area to verify the schedules for their tax sales.

One important distinction between a tax foreclosure and a mortgage foreclosure is the tax foreclosure will eliminate all mortgages to include first mortgage. In other words, if a person defaults on their taxes while still paying their mortgage, not only will they lose their property, but the creditor that holds the first mortgage will lose their claim to the property rights along with all the subordinate mortgage holders (seconds, thirds, etc). The only things that will carry over from a tax foreclosure are mechanics liens and a federal tax lien. This is why any mortgage holder will typically step in and “cure” the taxes before the sale so they will not lose their interest in the property.

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34 Enemy of The State

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

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By Cutre
Everybody say “money”! Everybody say “not guilty”!, July 31, 2002
This review is from: Enemy of the State
Robert Clayton Dean is a D.C. lawyer who’s about to get some kind of twisted Christmas present from an old friend of college: a tape, which reveals a political assassination. Dean doesn’t know he has it, but the people involved in the murder do know. And they are prepared for anything in order to get back that type, even if that means destroying Dean’s life. But Dean isn’t willing to let that happen, even if he doesn’t know why they want to destroy them.

What we got here is an intelligent film directed by Tony Scott and for my taste, the best of his career. But that’s just my opinion. I was a little skeptical at first, because I didn’t think Will Smith could deliver a dramatic performance, but he surprised me, and I am sure I wasn’t the only one. Of course, Gene Hackman, Jason Lee, Jon Voight, Barry Pepper, Jack Black, Seth Green, Jamie Kennedy, Scott Caan, Tom Sizemore and Gabriel Byrne have their good things, too. It’s an awesome cast in my opinion and they all do their job better than one would expect. I can only complaint about the little screen time Gabriel Byrne has, but it’s really ok. And Tom Sizemore, wow, he’s great in this one as an italian mobster and who, in my opinion, has the greatest line in the film.

Note that I only give this film 4 stars, but that’s because of the DVD edition. It is so lame when it could have been so great. The film gets 5 stars, not the DVD.

Maybe the technology shown in the movie is a little overwhelming and for those who are not into the state of the art electronic devices, this film may seem too far-fetched. The music is superb and the main theme is really a beautiful music piece that really grabs the essence of this movie, which is, in my opinion, the end of privacy. How your actions, even in the privacy of your bedroom, your computer, phone calls, e-mail… everything, can be tapped just to ensure national security. Of course, it’s a step beyond, but definitely, very plausible.

What’s more important to you? Privacy or safety? And if it is indeed safety, how do we know that the people monitoring us aren’t using that power for selfish purposes, like depicted in this film. Are we willing to give up our privacy just to feel safe? And how safe would you feel knowing that someone is watching you or listening to every word that comes out of your mouth? “Only privacy that’s left is inside your head and maybe that’s enough” one of the characters says. And after September 11, after many of us lost that sense of security, I am quite sure that this would be an interesting debate. To paraphrase another of the characters, “when buildings start blowing up, people priorities tend to change”. He’s got a point there. But who’s there to tell which person is trustworthy enough for me to trust him my privacy, my life?

As Larry King says in the last line of the film: “how do we draw the line between protection of National Security, obviously the government’s need to obtain intelligence data, and the protection of civil liberties, particularly the sanctity of my home? You’ve got no right to come into my home”.

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33 American Pharaoh

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

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By     Tom Brody
Excellent, never dull, but the book focuses on a very narrow range of topics., April 23, 2009
This review is from: American Pharaoh: Mayor Richard J. Daley – His Battle for Chicago and the Nation
AMERICAN PHARAOH by Cohen and Taylor contains 614 pages and 16 pages of black and white (not glossy) photographs. The book focuses on Mr. Daley’s technique of ensuring cooperation through the use of patronage jobs, and on Daley’s methods for keeping black people segregated in black-only housing projects. Hundreds and hundreds of pages are devoted to race relations. However, topics relating to business development are given short shrift. Daley’s methods for converting Chicago from its dilapidated state in the 1950s to the gleaming showpiece that it became in the 1970s receive only a few pages of writing. In this regard, AMERICAN PHARAOH is a strangely lopsided book.

PATRONAGE JOBS. Patronage jobs are distinguished from civil service jobs. Patronage jobs are awarded by ward bosses, while civil service jobs are not. The mayor preceding Daley (Martin Kennelly) was anti-patronage and had a war on patronage. He had insisted on using civil service exams in the hiring methods. Patronage workers are government workers who knew their jobs were at stake, unless they contributed time and money to election campaigns. (pages 92, 116, 121, 122). Chicago had 50 wards. Each ward was allotted a number of patronage jobs. For example, Daley’s political base, the 11th ward, had 2,000 patronage jobs (p. 156). For any given branch of city government, from 50-75% might be patronage jobs. Each job applicant needed to document his precinct work, in applying for the job. For Daley’s benefit, each patronage job was equivalent to getting ten free votes (p. 159).

PASSIVE HYPOCRACY. When faced with issues of segregation in schools or public housing, or violence in public housing, Daley responded with “vague expressions of sympathy,” that is, with “passive hypocracy.” Daley’s passive hypocracy is described on pages 134, 172, 322, 340, 403, 410, 431, and 465.

WHY BLACKS VOTED FOR DALEY. Although Daley was against open housing and school integration, blacks voted for him because he handed out patronage jobs (p. 301-302, 339). What also helped Daley is that blacks accepted school segregation, as they didn’t want their kids in hostile white schools (p. 437). Also, blacks (e.g., Kenneth Campbell) worked against school boycotts, while other blacks (e.g., Wendell Green) were apologists for the racist superintendent of public schools (Benjamin Willis) (p. 313-314).

DALEY BUILT BARRIERS TO KEEP SLUMS FROM EXPANDING. Daley used Ryan Expressway (7 lanes in each direction) to separate the white south side from the black belt (p. 188-189, 229). Daley razed 100 acres of slums in between the black belt and the Loop, and in its place built middle class apartments, with rents that would keep poor blacks away (Lake Meadows; Prairie Shores) (p. 176-177). These new apartments were built near important employers (Ill. Inst. Technology, Reese Hospital). In planning the Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Daley made certain that it was built in the Harrison-Halsted neighborhood, just west of the Loop. The goal was for the campus to act as a barrier between black housing to the west (Addams House) and the Loop. In ten years, Harrison-Halsted neighborhood became a white neighborhood (p. 224-233). Slums in Hyde Park (near Univ. Illinois) were razed and replaced with middle class private apartments (University Apartments). Once occupied, the average income in the area increased 70%. University Apts stood as a barrier between the University and the ghettos to the north.

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BLACK VS. WHITE HOUSING PROJECTS. To ensure the desired location of new black housing projects, Daley selected his own executive (Alvin Rose) for the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA). In other words, to ensure that new housing projects would be black-only, Daley had them built only in black neighborhoods (p. 201). Massive housing projects were built in 1966. These were black-only (Hilliard, Ickes, Dearborn, Stateway, and Taylor) and white-only (Trumbull Park, Lathrop, Lawndale Gardens). The CHA kept separate waiting lists for the black projects and white projects (p. 331-334). The black housing projects were considered to be “filing cabinets for the poor” and were populated by a disproportionate number of single mothers (p. 183-188).

FUND-RAISING TECHNIQUES. To ensure that people would vote for his bond initiatives, Daley made certain to have them decided in low-turnout elections, that is, April elections, where he could count on votes from his patronage employees (p. 289). To ensure an increased sales tax, Daley side-stepped the voters in city elections, and made use of a loophole that allowed state legislature instead to vote for approval of the city tax. This resulted in more funds for an exposition center, airport, highways, and mass transit (p. 166).

DALEY’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS. In the years before Daley, Chicago was in the state of decline, with losses in manufacturing jobs. Sales in the Loop were plummeting (p. 164). Daley managed to get funding to improve city clinics, street lights, potholes, street sweeping, water fluoridation, paving roads (p. 167-169). Daley’s contribution to O’Hare Airport was to convince the airlines to absorb the cost of operating and expanding the airport. O’Hare was the world’s only self-supporting airport (taxes were not used) (p. 233-237). The Loop revival (1955 to 1970) included Prudential Building, Sears Tower, Equitable Building, Gateway Center, One and Two Illinois Center, Dirksen federal court, Kluczynski Building, Marina City (p. 292-293, 504-505). To ensure success in the Loop revival, Daley hired talented “whiz kids,” not patronage workers (p. 373-377). McCormick Place is another Daley accomplishment (p. 293, 433, 510).

ELIZABETH WOOD. The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) was established in 1937, and the mayor at the time (Kelly) appointed Elizabeth Wood. Wood’s philosophy was “managed integration” where blacks would be moved into a white project, but not in numbers(10-15%) enough to inspire whites to move away, and to make sure that when a white moved out he was replaced with another white. Wood tried to convince CHA to admit blacks to all-white projects. Also, her plan was to admit only higher quality blacks to housing projects (and to refuse the criminal element). Wood refused to hire patronage workers. Eventually, Wood was forced out, and she moved to New York City. Of course, all of Wood’s innovations were eliminated, resulting in a return to strictly all black and all white housing projects (p. 70, 101-109).

FRANCIS KEPPEL. Francis Keppel was U.S. commissioner for education. His job was to ensure compliance with Civil Rights Act of 1964, which required integration standards be met in order to receive federal money for schools. If Chicago failed to meet the integration standards, Chicago would lose $32 million. At this time, controversy surrounded these schools: Fenger (white only), Altgelt (black only), Orr (white only), and Marshall (black only). On Oct. 1, 1965, Keppel declared Chicago schools to be in non-compliance with Civil Rights Act. But Daley fought back by insisting on an investigation of Keppel, and by consulting President Johnson (LBJ). LBJ caved in to Daley’s request because LBJ wanted Daley’s support in the upcoming 1968 election. Keppel was then removed from his position as watchdog for the Civil Rights Act, and Daley got the federal money (p. 335-336, 350-353).

CONCLUSION. As is evident, most of the book is about race relations. If you need details of Daley’s accomplishments relating to business, economic development, highways, transportation, manufacturing, and such, one might want to consult another source. For those interested in proceeding to a more detailed book, I might recommend CHICAGO POLITICS — WARD BY WARD by David K. Fremon.

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