THE TRUTH ABOUT TRUTH:

All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.



Thursday, September 5, 2013

“THE DOLLAR IS NEARING THE END OF ITS LIFE SPAN” (Or, “DON’T LEAVE MY MONKEY ALONE”)


When I was eight years old, my favorite monkey was a Monkee - Davy Jones. But today, Davy is dead, and my favorite monkey is the MensaMonkey. If this person is not really a member of ‘Mensa’, he/she probably could be, if so desired.
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This is certainly one of the most intelligent individuals to ‘Follow’ my blog. And, frankly, I don’t know why the person does ‘Follow’ my blog, because I have nothing to teach this Monkey.

I’m not going to come right out and give this person’s name, because I don’t know if he/she would appreciate that, but with very little snoop-dogging, any one of you could figure out the true identity; it wouldn’t take a lot of detective skills.

I don’t care what Warren Zevon sang, I DON’T want you to “leave my monkey alone”.



I want you to follow the blog ‘MONKEY THROW DART’, because even if you’re not interested in the stock market, there is a ton of very important monkey dung being flung on that blog! (And even when it’s ‘over yer head’, as it sometimes is mine, you’ll find it entertaining regardless.) Seriously, throw your dart at ‘MONKEY THROW DART’. (Or else stop following ‘Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends’, because you obviously don’t truly respect my opinions and my advice.)
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I’ve been ‘Following’ the MensaMonkey ever since I learned about the website, and I have always been both entertained and informed by it. But the most recent blog bit is what inspired me to inspire all y’all...

Have y’all been hearing the word “Syria” in the news lately? Well, my regular readers certainly have, because I have the brightest regular readers in the Blogosphere. But if you’ve only accidentally stumbled upon this blog, and the name “Syria” seems to ring a distant bell in yer brain, then I most definitely want you to consider what the MensaMonkey recently posted about that topic!

You’ll find that by clicking on the title below:



Please, read the blog installment linked above. But DO NOT just read the Mensa Monkey’s words; also click on the links to other sites that he/she provided within the blog bit. The first one is an approximately 14-minute video at YouTube. The next two are fairly extensive articles that delve into details. And the last is a link to an Amazon.com (BigBitch.com) product page. I hate BigBitch.com, but you can always locate items at BigBitch and then purchase them from http://www.alibris.com/

Anyway, if you like me, love me, or hate me, please read...


If - after reading that blog bit and watching/reading the sites linked to it – you want to argue with me, I will be more than happy to kick your ass in the comment section below. (Kicking ass... it’s what I do for relaxation and entertainment. May you always relax and entertain me!)

~ Stephen T. McCarthy

POSTSCRIPT: It’s only 9:49 PM. Dare I have another glass of “Heartbreak motor oil and Bombay gin”? "If I dood it, I get a whippin'. ...I dood it!"
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POST-POSTSCRIPT (Or, NOTE TO THE READER)...
FYI, I’m not really quite as arrogant and antagonistic as I may appear. Fact is, the other night I watched the movie ‘CROSSROADS’ for the third time in about six weeks, and it put me in the mood to try my hand at a little, good ol’ traditional Blues braggadocio. Examples: 
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Now you Saturday night womens
You love to ape and clown
You won’t do nothin’ but tear a good man reputation down
Stop breakin’ down, please stop breakin’ down
The stuff I got’ll bust your brains out, baby
Ooh-ooh, it’ll make you lose your mind 
~ Robert Johnson
‘Stop Breakin’ Down Blues’ 
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On a ship that’s made of paper
Oh yeah, I will sail the seven seas
Fight a shark with a toothpick
Crawl home to you on my knees
There ain’t nothin’, baby, I wouldn’t do
Oh yeah, baby, just to bring you home with me 
~ Muddy Waters
‘Just To Be With You’
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I know you seen my headlights
And the honkin’ of my horn
I’m callin’ out my bloodhounds
Chase the devil through the corn
Last night I chugged the Mississippi 
Now that sucker’s dry as a bone
I was born in a taxi cab
I’m never goin’ home 
~ Tom Waits
‘Whistlin’ Past The Graveyard’
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So, that’s what that was... just a little exericising of my mojo.

YE OLDE COMMENT POLICY: All comments, pro and con, are welcome. However, ad hominem attacks and disrespectful epithets will not be tolerated (read: "posted"). After all, this isn’t Amazon.com, so I don’t have to put up with that kind of bovine excrement.
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23 comments:

  1. I tried going to the "Monkey" site a few times and kept getting some kind of weird security warning. Since I don't want any strange forces monkeying around with my computer I quickly withdrew from the site each time I got the warning.

    This whole Syria thing is really bugging me. John Kerry is a liar. Obama is the defender of Al Quaida and the Muslim Brotherhood. John McCain is a doddering old fool and Nancy Pelosi is the whore to all of them.

    Assad and Putin make far more sense than any of the folks supposedly on our side who are banging the drums of punitive action. Maybe we need those guys running our country and send Obama and his cronies to run Syria.

    Lee
    A Faraway View

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    1. ARLEE BOID ~
      You know, I myself used to have problems trying to load the 'Monkey Throw Dart" website. I don't recall ever getting a "security warning" message, but it used to try convincing me I needed to download some sort of "plug-in" program. (Probably an NSA spying device.)

      But ever since I switched my browser to Mozilla Firefox, I have had zero problems loading and viewing the MTD site. And I certainly have not experienced any odd problems with my computer after having gone to that site countless times now.

      Perhaps your good Uncle Sam is simply trying to frighten you away from the truth, because I can assure you there is regularly an awful lot of "inconvenient truth" being revealed at MTD that our Uncle would prefer we were not cognizant of.

      In case you're still interested, I went back to MTD and copied the URLs for the links in that particular blog bit. I'm pasting them below for you and anyone else who would like the information but is encountering problems getting to the MensaMonkey's site:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djwPqAJ_3GY#t=818

      http://www.gold-eagle.com/article/syria-pipeline-politics-opec-usdollar

      http://charleshughsmith.blogspot.com/

      http://www.amazon.com/Petrodollar-Warfare-Iraq-Future-Dollar/dp/0865715149/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1378308031&sr=1-1&keywords=petrodollar+warfare

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  2. Okay, so other than a great annoyance with his site requesting me to download something from windows media player everytime I went back, here's what I come away with.

    First, I don't understand the whys and wherefores of US behavior if this is the case. Any cognizant person (or administration would, I would think, jump at the chance to open the pipelines that Obama is dragging away, to be the basis of a third force. I don't see how being forced into the co-op would be at all desireable... or or being forced into isolation. Not disagreeing, just wondering in a "I need a petro-politics for dummies" sort of way.

    Second, there's a part of me that has to chuckle at the arrogant sheiks we all thought were going to own us one day (thinking of Dylan's Slow Train Coming)having a Russian pipeline inserted rectally, even if it doesn't bode well for us. I've followed Gazprom's rape of the Ukraine, so none of this seems far fetched.

    So what does a loyal American support? What good would an American economic collapse do for an energy co-op looking towards sales in the US? It would seem to me that stabilization of a struggling fellow-traveler would behoove the co-op more than "owning" a bankrupt enemy. Russians in particular should realize the danger in propping up less-than-productive "subjects". They would be better off making money from a rich USA than playing with a bucketful of marbles on an empty playground.

    And even as I type this, I realize just how many money-blinded idiots are out there who'll take theirs no matter what it does to the big picture. You'd think that someone smart enough to set this up wouldn't be dumb enough to play all alone.

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  3. Been there and done that. You had sent me to see the monkey before. I don't always understand him, but (ah...or her), but this time I got it. In the name of preserving our friendship, I'll even click to follow, although it doesn't really do me any good.

    Looks like your mojo is intact. How about some STMc originals?

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  4. As usual I spoke too soon. After my last comment I went back to the Monkey's house and was finally able to make the links. Not only did I learn something, I learned A LOT. Sadly, I can hear the dogs barking!

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    1. Hmmm... The "dogs barking"? A reference to a famous Shakespeare line, perhaps? If so, interestingly, in my rough draft of this blog bit, I actually began the whole thing with that quote... Cry "Havoc!"...

      But when it came time to post, I decided to remove it and just start right out with Davy Jones and The Monkees.

      Great minds..., eh, FAE?

      ~ Stephen

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  5. Hey, MY FRIENDS, thanks for the comments! I will get back to all y'all later this weekend.

    This topic is a huge one, and a highly complex one as well. The 'MONKEY THROW DART' page has a ton of information on it and linked to it, the majority of which I totally agree with - which is why I directed ya there. [Some of the "health-related" warnings in one article, I do not fully concur with.]

    But for every question asked, another question is raised. There is an answer for EVERY question.

    With Brother Martin's comment in mind, I just re-watched the video posted at 'Monkey Throw Dart' (MTD) and realized that I could probably write 10+ pages on just about every sentence the narrator spoke. (And, in fact, there is much more that could be said about what he left out.) Overall, the video is excellent and I encourage everyone to spend the 14 minutes necessary to watch it, even if you aren't going to read all the articles linked later in the MTD post.

    But the video misses one important factor: It uses the excellent "chessboard" analogy, but anyone interested in chess knows that the true Masters of the game are playing multiple angles at one time. So, if they don't find "checkmate" with one strategy, they will perhaps find it with an alternative strategy that they have ALSO had in mind throughout the chess match.

    The narrator of that video is focusing on the more apparent strategy of "The Wizards Behind The Curtain", but they have a Plan B in mind as well, which isn't mentioned in the video, and which they prefer not to use until THEY determine that "the time is right". (Actually, the Plan B has been the Plan A all along; it's only B because of later timing considerations.)

    Anyway, the video is EXCELLENT - watch it! And I will get back here as soon as I get over this cold and run out of beer. But, be forewarned... I cannot write multiple books in response. You may need to do a lot of independent research. The information is available, but it requires a lot of reading and deep thinking.

    Here's a clue: It's not ULTIMATELY about oil, which means dollars. It's about CONTROL. Gaining "global control", to be turned over to...
    Anyone?

    Yak Later...

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  6. Thanks for pointing me to that cool monkey site. I like the big dart. This sort of financial site is not an acquired taste, like Big Flats Beer; it's more like a specific taste maybe for those who trade stocks or self-direct their IRA's. Not surprisingly, you have picked up on the important message the monkey must be trying to get across.

    Mensa monkey...not very original. Sound a little too much like something I saw on Amazon once. Can't quite place it but I do remember a prolific commenter that called himself "Mensa-Donkey". Amazon black-listed him for using the comment forum as his own platform for his unique and thoughtful writing style. Funny stuffs. Not sure what happened to him but I'm sure HE is a card carrying member of Mensa.

    I always wanted to be part of that exclusive "round table group of Mensa-ites" but never measured up. True story... I remember taking a special reading test in high school. Unexpectedly, the results were mailed to each students home. It was then that my parents came to the realization that they had been raising a retard. Must have been a sad day for them.

    As for petrodollars, you hit the nail on the head. It's all about control, not to mention what will happen to the dollar, when it is not longer the world's reserve currency. People don't understand that the puppet-masters would rather risk WW3 than lose control. I hope this subject inspires a few posts from you in the near future. For some reason the main stream media isn't reporting the true story here; I'm shocked and awed by this.

    Isn't it interesting that the US government supported Saddam during the Iran-Iraq War knowing that he was using chemical weapons all along, yet they had no problem with it then? It will be interesting to see what action is taken this time because it will give a clue regarding the current level of desperation that those who rely on the dollar to maintain their control are experiencing.

    I'm just waiting for a new, false flag, "suitcase bomb" to wag it's way across the border anytime now. I wonder if the Walt Disney Cruise Liner would make a good substitute for the Lusitania.

    Gotta go. I hear knocking on the front door; probably just the Girl Scouts or the NSA again.

    Sig (it's all) Too (obvious)

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    1. SigToo ~
      Your comment had me chuckling all the way through it. (Thanks! I needed that.)

      Say, did you vote on the last BOTB installment? Maybe you did, but I can't recall which way you leaned, if you leaned. I will be posting my own vote there a little later today.

      You know... funny that. I also can actually recall that "Mensa-Donkey" character. I never interacted with him though, because despite his being right much of the time, he always came off a little too arrogant and antagonistic for my tastes.

      I still owes you and Sheboyganbrother Six an Email reply. Especially Six... I feels like a heels! Hopefully sometime this weekend I'll get to those. (I'm particularly "not with it" due to a cold that my Brother was generous enough to share with me after we returned from Californ-i-a.)

      >>... It was then that my parents came to the realization that they had been raising a retard. Must have been a sad day for them.

      Ha!-Ha!
      My guess is that the student was answering the test questions on a level higher than the school authorities could comprehend.

      >>... For some reason the main stream media isn't reporting the true story here; I'm shocked and awed by this.

      Oh, yeah, me too! That is something I intend to touch on in my later response here to Brother Martin and everyone else.

      The Disney Cruise Line as the new Lusitania. Only you, Sig Too, only you! Brilliant. Other than Lady Liberty, is there anything more "American" than Disney?

      Maybe a well-timed, simultaneous attack, sinking a Disney Cruise ship and taking out Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy. (I would surely mourn the loss of Goofy. He's the one who taught me that "Tying your shoes is a great way to start the morning.")

      I received an Email from another friend yesterday, and the person also mentioned waiting for the next shoe to drop. Gotta make us natives restless and eager to defend our freedom that those savages so greatly hate us for possessing.

      >>... Gotta go. I hear knocking on the front door; probably just the Girl Scouts or the NSA again.

      DON'T answer that door! It could be a gaggle of women there to steal your Waylon Jennings CDs! [*Not sure if you had that in mind - it being so long ago - or was just a coincidence. But for the sake of your Waylon collection... DON'T answer that door!*]

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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    2. >Say, did you vote on the last BOTB installment?

      Yes, I did. Short and sweet...Beatles.

      >I still owes you and Sheboyganbrother Six an Email reply.

      Take your time. I'm busy sorting my sock drawer and inventorying ammunition.

      Hope you understood my take on personality types (A/B). Extremes of either type can be problematic in my experiences.
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      Waylon doesn't get enough play around here.

      Will your recent trip will be documented here in the near future?

      >DON'T answer that door!

      Too late. I'm a sucker for a shortbreads and macaroons.

      SigTwice

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    3. SigDos ~
      Yep, I understood your meaning about the personality types. I will have to go back into my Email file and find out where we left off. I had something to reveal to you, and now I can't remember whether or not I've already written it.

      The Californ-i-a trip...

      I'm thinking I'll post something about it, even though it was a very, very short trip and I will have to dig to make something out of it.

      I told Beer Boy Bryan that in order to justify posting it here, I'd have to find some way to incorporate a product review into it. But I have already figured that puzzle out. It was easy - right in front of my eyes.

      How do you feel about Knudsen's buttermilk?

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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    4. Well, I know you didn't ask me and I'm not sure why you'd even think of it, but I love buttermilk. I don't have a real preference, but when I buy it (which is not often) I usually buy Knudsen's. I like it cold with salt and pepper in it. Some of my friends in Tennessee like to crumble up corn bread or potato chips in it, but I prefer not to have food particles mixed in it.

      So there!

      Lee
      Wrote By Rote

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    5. BOIDMAN ~
      Now that you mention it, I recall you having said before that you love buttermilk. I've never tried it with pepper, but I am kind of a pepper fiend, so I'll have to remember that for next time.

      I don't drink buttermilk on a regular basis, but maybe three times a year I will get a total craving for it. And when I do, that itch MUST be scratched!

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  7. Thanks for the direct links. Very interesting stuff. You've been referring to a lot of this for years now. When the collapse of the dollar comes I wonder where the government, the media, and the general populace will put the blame?

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Probably on whichever team's president is in power at the time, AND on We The People for being such "irresponsible consumers".

      Either way, regardless of where the blame lands, like everything else, it will be total bullshit and avoid taking a good, hard look at the truth. At least for awhile...

      I've noticed a pattern in my study of history: Very often the truth DOES eventually come out, but the mainstream media makes sure that occurs only AFTER all the damage that could be done to the country HAS been done.

      When they're sure they've gotten all the mileage from it that they could and that The Wizards Behind The Curtain have stabbed it with their steely knives and killed the beast, then and ONLY then will the media report what actually happened.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  8. Good video, although like I said on Far Away Series post....I think Obammy is pushing war for an even dumber reason...set up the Democrats as ganstas just in time for the mid-terms.

    Where was our outrage at Syria a year ago?

    Heck, I didn't think the average American knew Syria was a country...

    Interesting that the video was posted a year ago...it has over a million views....and yet we'll be bombing Syria within the week.

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    1. Actually, presidents don't get to make the important decisions like that, at least not without advance approval from The Wizards Behind The Curtain (International Bankers), who could take out any president at a moment's notice if they found it necessary.

      And, appearing to be "gangstas" goes against the public relations image of the Dumb-O-Crat party (even though behind the image, they are and always have been "gangstas" - but you're not supposed to know that). They're supposed to be the party of peace and "Can't We All Just Get Along?"

      If Obammy was going to independently make the decision to launch (which he won't 'cause he can't), he would be doing it to help aid the radical Muslims, NOT to make the Dumb-O-Crat party suddenly look tough.

      Obammy is a commie and radical Muslim who hates the U.S. and our Constitution. If he could make his own decisions, he would be more concerned about supporting his fellow Muslims than in supporting his fellow Dumb-O-Crats (a few of which aren't even communists).

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  9. I watched the video, read the blog bits, read the article, and read all of the links. I have read.

    Here's what I get: 1) The US Dollar and natural gas have been tied since Nixon made it impossible for OPEC to sell their gas in exchange for anything other than the dollar. This happened because our paper money had already exceeded the gold it was supposedly representing. This decision tied our economy/dollar directly to OPEC, so maintaining control over OPEC became the Imperative.

    2) Ever since the International Bankers made this decision (and they most certainly did) even though Nixon made the announcement, it has been an uphill climb (for them). Going to war (again and again) to maintain the value of the dollar hasn't worked out so well for them. While they have focused on tearing down, Russia has been busy building pipelines to make OPEC irrelevant. When that tipping point occurs, OPEC will disintegrate and the Middle East will accept euros and other currency. The dollar will became worthless very quickly.

    3) Syria is the last stop before the above scenario happens, given its location. The IB would rather create WW3 then allow the Russians to control the natural gas situation.

    Here's what I don't understand:

    1) Surely the IB are acutely aware of Russia's building of their own pipeline to circumvent OPEC. They had to know it was only a matter of time before this project hits the aforementioned "tipping point," but they continued on with destabilization of the Middle East in an effort to control OPEC. This doesn't seem like the smartest plan.

    2) I don't get why they have not done what Russia was doing here. My understanding is that natural gas in Alaska and other US operations is being suppressed, rather than actively pursued. If the economy they are in control of is ours, the government they have control of is ours, then why haven't they controlled the oil where they can? (That would be here.)

    3) These IB are the richest bastards in the world. The handwriting has been on the wall with OPEC for a long time. I have a difficult time believing that they aren't actively infiltrating the competition (Russia). In other words, when they are done with our President/Government being the Primary Puppet to carry out their agenda, won't they just move on to where the Power/Control is? If that is the case, it really doesn't matter to them how this all turns out. They are always going to be manipulating whoever is in Control, no???? From their standpoint, this is their game. They have been Winning for a long time. I don't see that changing.

    4) Or am I dead wrong and if/when OPEC fails they will just take their money and run and allow Russia to control the game (without their intervention)?

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    1. ROBIN ~
      Yes, your understanding of the situation is essentially accurate. And your questions are... GREAT!

      In fact, I am now working on another blog bit related to this topic. If you read my earlier comment, it's clear that I was initially intending to address a couple of things in Brother Martin's comment with a second comment of my own.

      I needed a little time to try to locate an article about Petrodollars that I read years ago. But a funny thing happened on the way back to that article...

      I'd read it so long ago that I couldn't recall if it was in The New American magazine or The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor (both of which I used to subscribe to).

      In trying to find that old article, I ran across something somewhere else, and the new thing is more extensive and as good or better than the original article I was hoping to find.

      So... now I'm planning a new blog bit (to be posted, hopefully, very soon) which will link to the new article and another excellent little video. I was planning to address the very questions you raised... BEFORE you raised them (that was the real point of a second post on this topic). And here you are asking the PERFECT QUESTIONS!

      My comment of September 6, 2013 at 8:58 PM was a bit cryptic; I alluded to other Plans that The Wizards have and said that the bottom line is not really money or oil. What I didn't say actually addresses the questions you raised, and I will briefly mention them in the next blog bit. So, stay tuned...

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  10. Yowza. My head is still spinning from watching the video on Robin's blog. You both provide a ton of mental stimulant, which I'm still trying to absorb. Sobering stuff. (And it's too early for a glass of wine...)

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    1. SUSAN ~
      It's never too early for a glass of wine.

      "Drink early and often" - that's my motto. And the more political reality a person learns, the earlier and oftener they'll need to drink!

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  11. I watched this video on Friday night, and spent some of Saturday looking at those extra links and Googling additional info. I've been busy, but I wasn't sure what to comment here, as I obviously would like to leave more than a 'nice post, bro.' I'm still drawing conclusions, and still trying to learn more about the situations going on in Syria, and still asking questions.

    But rather than throw my simple +1 into things, I have a story for you. One that you might really enjoy. I have a black, liberal friend (we're friends because we don't talk politics much and we keep it respectful) who was born, raised, and lived in Chicago until about 2 years ago. You know, Barack's home town. Well, last weekend he and I were talking about the whole Syria thing, and he without warning he suddenly tells me, you know what? I used to have some serious blinders on. I was proud to vote for Obama. I thought he was going to change the world, keep the peace, save the economy, make the nation a better place, all of that. But after recent events I've been doing some searching online, and what I've been finding when I don't look at places like MSNBC and CNN and all of that is astounding. It's really changed my whole line of thinking, and really changed my whole perception of the president to being nothing more than a puppet serving his greedy masters. And those greedy masters don't give a damn about me and my family OR their rights.

    To which he concluded with a deep belly laugh, "Yeah, that's right, I drank that Kool-aid in 2008, and I even drank it again last year. And it was damn tasty, wasn't it?"

    And at that, I of course had to load up your blog on my cellphone and show him that awesome picture you have of Barack Obama as the Kool-aid man. My friend damn near pissed himself laughing and said, "You've got to send that to me. That's awesome."

    So two things. First off, when a black liberal from Chicago is changing his tune and moving away from Obama in an attempt to take off the blinders and learn the truth, you know something is up. And second, rest easy tonight knowing that not only did you help educate this man with some of your posts, but you made him laugh himself hoarse with that picture.

    ~4B

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    1. 4-B ~
      Very cool story, and thanks for relating it to me.

      I can't really take credit for the Obama Kool-Aid photo. I simply had the good taste and intelligence to add it to my blog margin when I found it online somewhere. (I did, however, add the caption... but even the "red pill" remark is - as I'm sure you know - a reference to the movie 'The Matrix'.)

      Here's the thing about political reality and The 'NEW WORLD ORDER' Conspiracy: If a person will, just for a week, open their mind and start looking very objectively at the evidence for it, they will inevitably, without exception, come to the conclusion that The NWO Conspiracy is a verifiable fact.

      I do not know one single person who has objectively examined the evidence and retained their old Left-Right / Liberal-"Conservative" two-party paradigm.

      I'm pleased to know your friend is beginning to "get it".

      I'm also pleased to know you don't jump to conclusions. I do have another Syria-related blog bit to post here. Probably won't get it done tonight because I'm about to watch the great movie 'The Man Who Would Be King'. (If you've never seen it, I really think you should.) But barring any other side trips, I should certainly have it posted here tomorrow night before I hit the sack.

      Please check back, because I gots a bit mo' Petrodollar stuffs to yak 'bout, Beer Brother.

      ~ D-FensDogg
      'Loyal American Underground'

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