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Blueprint for Revolution

As mentioned on the home page, if protesters don’t organize, their efforts will not be successful. The Occupy Movement is a good example of failure. Once protesters are organized, they will begin to have an impact, causing the establishment forces to react, usually through intimidation, resulting in fear and anger on the part of protesters.

In almost every instance, protesters will respond irrationally (because of fear and anger) with force and violence, which is exactly the reaction that the establishment wants. Protesters cannot win playing by the establishment’s  rules.  The public will not support violence.

There is a better way that will gain public support.

Why Civil Resistance Works (pdf)

The best way, however, is the use of humour and ridicule, rendering the establishment’s game plan impotent.

The Power of Laughtivism 13:12

Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies

Srdja Popovic on The Current  25:00

The Yes Men Background

The Yes Men Web Site

Big Bang 2015.75

2015.75 is the digital representation of a calendar date, September 30 – October 1, 2015. This phrase was originally introduced by Martin Armstrong, imo, one of the most important and influential people  on the planet.  Bio (1 page)      Full Bio (63 pages)

A documentary on Martin Armstrong, The Forecaster, is being released world-wide in April, 2015. Click the link for complete details.

Big Bang 2015.75 refers to the coming destabilization of the world-wide financial system.

Martin Armstrong is a prolific daily blogger.

Social Credit Movement

There is a long, but sad, history of the Social Credit Movement in Canadian history, primarily in Quebec, Albert and British Columbia. Social Credit parties have not won a federal seat in over 25 years.

The concept of Social Credit is very interesting and ideally suited for countries under the control of the international banking cartel, which includes all NATO & G-20 countries, and others. It is my pleasure to introduce you to a fantastic website The Clifford Hugh Douglas Institute for the Study and Promotion of Social Credit that focuses exhaustively on the concept of Social Credit. The site was started last year by Oliver Heydorn,  Ph. D. , of Ancaster, ON. Here are several links, which I feel, give a good introduction to what Social Credit is.

What is Social Credit All About?

It’s Time for an Economic Copernican Turn

The (Big!) Difference Between a ‘Basic Income’ and the National Dividend

Social Credit, Unemployment and Leisure  47:00
an address by Wallace Klinck – March 8, 1971

Climate Change

This is, by far, the toughest subject I have tried to tackle, so bear with me as I try to illustrate why and how I made a 180º degree turn. In the interest of brevity and clarity, I’m not going to mince my words

I started this post in Sep, 2014 which was not long after being awakened from my brain dead existence in late 2013. The original content of this post clearly shows that I was a believer in global warming at that time. Even then, the cracks were beginning to appear as it became clear to me that anyone using the term “global warming” was a complete idiot. I really wanted to believe; being an old hippie from the 70’s, anti big business, anti war, and so on.

Now, 2 years after arising from a very long coma, with my brain efficiency improving (I hope), I can re-examine this subject from a fresher personal perspective:
# 1, follow the money.
#2, all central and most major banks are the most evil entity in existence.
#3, almost all politicians are corrupt to their core, the higher they rise, the more so.
#4, most major corporations are a detriment to our lives
#5, it is all about power and greed, NOTHING else matters.

In my view the central issue is energy. Cheap and abundant energy is the key to social & economic progress.
The first world became the dominant  global power because of carbon energy.

3 worlds

The second world evolved from the communist bloc during the Cold War, and also has access to carbon energy.
The third world is all the remaining countries who have considerable resources, but not the technology or funding to develop said resources.
Currently, the 2nd world is seriously challenging America’s global hegemony, while America is trying to prevent 3rd world development of their carbon resources, through restrictions born of their Climate Change agenda. Of course, the USA will be more than happy to provide wind & solar power to the 3rd world in exchange for access to their natural resources.

If the list of videos below appear overwhelming, then you can watch the video immediately below. It summarizes the issue in less than 8 minutes.

On Global Warming  (over 2.3 million views)

“Don’t do as I do, do as I say”.

The Great Global Warming Swindle Full Movie 75:00
Tim Ball – The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science
Professor Matt Ridley: Global Warming vs Global Greening
NASA Scientist John L. Casey Warns of the Coming Cold Crisis 2015
Solar Cycles, Sunspots & Solar Flares
Education Sucks
Climate Change in 12 Minutes – The Skeptic’s Case
Nobel Laureate Smashes the Global Warming Hoax
The End Of Fossil Fuels? Not So Fast, My Friend!
Climate Scientist Professor John Christy
Truth Is Found In the Strangest Places
Climategate: What They Aren’t Telling You!
And Now, AL Gore
An Inconsistent Truth
‘Global Warming’ Fraud Resembles The Obamacare Lie
Top Ten Reasons Climate Change is a Hoax
The above is a very well researched article followed by an excellent discussion by articulate supporters and deniers of Climate Change.

All material below this line was published on September 8, 2014

11 years of burning  fossil fuels at current rates before the the climate system is pushed past the tipping point.

The fossil fuel industry and skeptics haven’t done the slightest thing to refute the above statement.

Maximum CO2 release by 2050 = 565 Gigatons <> Proven Reserves in the ground 2,795 Gigatons 
80% must stay in the ground = $20 Trillion Write Off for the Fossil Fuel corporations
Chances of This Happening???? 

Canada’s Commitment to Climate Change Since 2006 (April 28, 2015)

Climate scientist drops the F-bomb after startling Arctic discovery (Aug 6, 2014)

The Most Influential Climate Science Paper Today Remains Unknown to Most People  (Feb 14, 2013)  must read

Carbon Tracker Initiative – Unburnable Carbon (March. 2012)

Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math  (July 19, 2012) must read

Climate Change and the End of Australia (Oct 3, 2011)

Greenhouse-gas emission targets for limiting global warming to 2°C   (April 30, 2009)
The Most Influential Climate Science Paper (unreadable)


In 1963, my first year at Sir George Williams University (now Concordia U), my favorite course was Economics 211 (introductory economics, usually called 101). It was a very popular course and had an excellent professor, Muriel Armstrong.

I was a Commerce student following an accounting major degree, but I fell in love with economics. What I liked most was how economics made sense of daily life. There are many “things” in life that we intuitively feel are somehow connected to other things , sometimes related, sometimes not. For example “supply & demand”.  We know intuitively if there is a lot of something, the price will be relatively accessible. If there is scarcity, then the price will likely go up  and keep rising.

In my 2nd year, I switched my major to economics. (accounting was brutal with 15 hr assignments, which seriously cut into my drinking time at the (in)famous Stanley Tavern). That year. 1964, I signed up for Price Theory (Economics 411) which, if I recall, was a newly emerging theory. What a pile of bullshit! Tons of highly complex formulas that had absolutely nothing to do with the real world. And this was before computers (which were just emerging), so it took hours to generate data that had nothing to do with anything.

I may not be the smartest guy around, but I sure ain’t the dumbest either.  Over the last 50 years, my attitude has been: if I can’t make sense of what a talking head is spouting at me, then it’s likely a pile of bullshit. (are all you politicans listening?) This attitude has served me well, especially with regard to economics (and other areas not relevant here). Whew! and all this, just to say.

What kind of idiots are we electing? When a government runs a deficit, that means that they are putting money into the economy, which is exactly what they should be doing to stimulate the economy. Even the IMF, the worst banking whore on the planet says so. So what does Harper, a so called economist, do? He’s going to run a surplus, taking money out of the economy!

Harper has the worst economic growth record of any PM in the last 80 years.  Will someone please go to Harper’s riding and let the voters know what their “representative” is doing.

Time to get rid of all these ‘politicians’, and elect some decent, moral Canadians who care about our country and its future.





Please view  the Rise Up! presentation,  slides 3, 4 and 5 for background information

COMER – Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (est. 1986)
There is a wealth of information on this site. Please examine thoroughly. Their ER journal compiles articles on a wide variety of subjects. You can read PDF versions on their website. Archived issues go back to 2006.

In December, 2011, COMER filed suit against the gov’t of Canada to: “restore the use of the Bank of Canada to its original purpose, by exercising its public statutory duty and responsibility.” more

This lawsuit is very expensive to pursue. The government is using every available delay tactic (with our money), hoping that COMER will run out of funds.  The latest update is very positive news. Please support COMER in any way you can.

Do You Know Where Money Comes From? (cartoon version)

Bank of Canada Lawsuit Update  8:34  (August 30th 2013)

Bank of Canada Lawsuit Update 58:00  (April 26, 2014)

Federal Court Decision (Full text) April 24, 2014

Rocco Galati – COMER Win 5:13  January 26, 2015

Rocco Galati –  More on Win 16:38  January 26, 2015  (poor sound)

Rocco Galati in Court to Challenge How Bank of Canada Does Business March 23, 2015

This Says It All!

Related Links

Occupy Our Bank  Everything you might want to know about the BoC

What’s Next?

Where we are now, and where we are heading

The Road to World War 3  13:47  must watch

Total Economic Collapse  4:33  Jan, 2011 
The New Normal 4:14 Jan, 2011
What’s Really Going On  5:35  April, 2013   (with transcript)
Boston Bombing: What You Aren’t Being Told  5:28  April, 2013
Canada Too  14:02  August, 2014
World War 3 Has Already Begun 8:21 May, 2013
Revolution: An Instruction Manual  16:40   July, 2013
When Will the Economy Collapse?  12:37  July, 2013  (with transcript)
Bilderberg Group – Nuclear War with Russia  17:52   July, 2014 (Daniel Estulin)

Tax-Cut Mania

Taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society. –Oliver Wendell Holmes

“I don’t believe any taxes are good taxes.” – Stephen Harper

Taxes = Government Revenue. The less taxes we pay, the less services we get. People have been brainwashed into believing that all taxes are bad. When a party announces tax cuts, everybody cheers.  Conversely, tax increases are seen as political suicide. No party or politician would even dream of making such a proposal. This is a death spiral.

Stephen Harper will blow $43 billion this year on tax giveaways.

Eugene Lang on Taxes (21:27) Audio

Interesting interview. Cuts in taxation levels had some positive effects in earlier years. Those positive effects became the ideological underpinning for a wave of propaganda that has set the tone for any sense of public discussion. Almost every political party has had to subscribe to the propaganda, because the public likes the notion of having a few more dollars in their pockets. The race to the bottom has had no positive effects, however, as demonstrated by unemployment levels, national deficits, need for private charity work, and aggressively increasing rates of income and wealth inequality. The propaganda is that if a little pancake syrup is good, then gallons of it must be better. A national conversation doesn’t happen during election campaigns. It happens when governments and private institutions foster genuine discussion and debate over national values. Canada hasn’t seen real national discussion/debate in decades. All we get these days is more propaganda. – Fred McTaggart

Alex Himelfarb: More Than a Four Letter Word  18:33 Video

Alex Himelfarb: Consequences of tax cuts  53:45 Video

Who Really Benefits from Canada’s Tax Giveaways?

Alex Himelfarb: Why we have no time for politics

The Race To The Trough: What Did Corporate Tax Cuts Deliver?