Neil Kramer : Why Empire Hates Guns

http://neilkramer.com/why-empire-hates-guns/

“The text of the Second Amendment is very clear: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

To erode the Second Amendment is to destabilize the entire Bill Of Rights. No Second Amendment, no First Amendment. No First Amendment, no freedom. That is precisely what empire wants: an uncodified constitution where freedom is arbitrarily granted as a privilege, not embodied as a natural right…

Empire knows that disarmament breeds dependency, both physically and psychologically. “Gun violence” and “gun control” are control words for disarmament. Gun violence does not exist. Guns cannot kill people. People kill people. Registration, gun-free zones, limiting magazine capacities, banning semi-auto sporting rifles – these all represent pathways to reduction and confiscation, should a nefarious government feel so inclined. None of these things prevent bad people from killing good people with guns. On the contrary, they advantage criminals and put innocent people at risk.

Empire hates citizens having the power to defend and protect themselves. It has worked very hard to condition the population into disarming itself by repeatedly suggesting that guns are inherently bad, have no place in the everyday life of civilized human beings, and are thus best restricted to use by specially trained and approved authorities. Regular people should not have them. The dream is for guns to be removed from circulation altogether and erased from the public consciousness, like in England, where violent crime rates are nonetheless somewhere between 6 to 10 times higher than the United States. Less shootings, but massively more criminality and violence, which is hard to defend against, physically and legally. No right to bear arms. No positive right to free speech. A wholly uncodified constitution. Dependency achieved.

When world society is principled, educated, noble, and greatly distinguished by its intellectual and emotional maturity, there will be little necessity for guns, other than for sporting and historical purposes. Those who believe we are anywhere close to that, should immediately check themselves into the nearest loony bin. You’ve been duped. The perception that we have already somehow achieved reasonable standards of cultural sophistication and international democracy, is a total fiction… It will take many generations before integrity, excellence, and personal responsibility are innate to society at large…

[I]f you are a good-hearted US citizen who has ever contemplated exercising your right to bear arms, now is a good time. Empower yourself, find wise tutelage, defend life and liberty, be an asset to your community and nation, and seriously piss off empire in the process.” ~Neil Kramer

http://neilkramer.com/

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We Can’t Keep Eating Like This

http://www.monbiot.com/2017/12/13/we-cant-keep-eating-like-this/

“World meat production has quadrupled in 50 years … The profligacy of livestock farming is astonishing. Already, 36% of the calories grown in the form of grain and pulses – and 53% of the protein – are used to feed farm animals. Two-thirds of this food is lost in conversion from plant to animal… [O]n average, you need 0.01m2 of land to produce a gram of protein from beans or peas, but 1m2 to produce it from beef cattle or sheep: a difference of 100-fold.

It’s true that much of the grazing land occupied by cattle and sheep cannot be used to grow crops. But it would otherwise have sustained wildlife and ecosystems. Instead, marshes are drained, trees are felled and their seedlings grazed out, predators are exterminated, wild herbivores fenced out and other lifeforms gradually erased as grazing systems intensify. Astonishing places – such as the rainforests of Madagascar and Brazil – are laid waste to make room for yet more cattle…

From a baseline of 2010, the UN expects meat consumption to rise by 70% by 2030 (this is three times the rate of human population growth). Partly as a result, the global demand for crops could double (from the 2005 baseline) by 2050. The land required to grow them does not exist…

There are no easy answers, but the crucial change is a shift from an animal to a plant-based diet. All else being equal, stopping both meat production and the use of farmland to grow biofuels could provide enough calories for another 4 billion people and double the protein available for human consumption. Artificial meat will help: one paper suggests it reduces water use by at least 82% and land use by 99%.

The next Green Revolution will not be like the last one. It will rely not on flogging the land to death, but on reconsidering how we use it and why. Can we do this, or do we – the richer people now consuming the living planet – find mass death easier to contemplate than changing our diet?”

Busting Open the Chemtrail Denial Subterfuge

https://www.lightonconspiracies.com/busting-open-chemtrail-denial-subterfuge/

“As we swing into the New Year, many are going to be feeling more than a little impatient that the perpetrators of the toxic air-born emissions which create engineered clouds over vast areas of our skies, still remain largely anonymous.

Anonymous by name, but no doubt to be found within the ranks of military industrial proponents and psychopathic secret society hegemons: those who hide behind the 1991 Hughes Aircraft atmospheric aerosol patent. The patent that formalized an engineering technique which alters the climate and sickens the planetary population with its debilitating fall-out.

There is a red line test that almost instantly reveals people’s awareness about these, and related, military activities. Just put the question “What do you think about 9/11? And how do you feel about chemtrails?” You might be surprised to find that those who you consider reasonably intelligent and quite thoughtful individuals, appear to be neither when asked to think about these two actualities.

This response to the first question would be quite typical, “It’s obvious, 9/11 was an al-Qaeda mission led by bin Laden. There’s nothing suspicious about it.” And on chemtrails, “They don’t exist.” …

What one runs into when confronted with such an unquestioning response, creates a genuine human dilemma. Where can one turn if fellow human beings are unwilling to examine, in any detail, incriminating evidence that stands behind such crime’s against humanity?

Atmospheric aerosol geoengineering (chemtrails) is one of the most crudely in-your-face debasements of civil justice and environmental and human health, ever to have been enacted upon mankind – outside of outright war.

Even if one thought it might be happening as some form of defense against ‘global warming’, one could hardly fail to realize that nobody ever asked if you, or anyone else for that matter, were in agreement for such an experiment to be undertaken in the sky above your home, and from one end to the other of your country of residence…

There has to be a vast network of internationally interconnected fueling bases involved in order for an operation of this magnitude to be realizable. Only a highly sophisticated and globally managed operation could mastermind chemtrail activity on this scale.

It is highly probable, that standing behind this operation, is the same psychopathic secretive cabal that is behind all such manipulative global missions – behind all attempts to take control of the planet and exert ‘full spectrum dominance’ over humanity as a whole.”

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Signs of Consciousness, Sentience and Intelligence in Nature Demand Our Respect

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/05/10/10-signs-nature-intelligent-sentient/

“Part of our lot as human beings on planet earth is dominion over the plant and animal kingdoms, and as a by-product of our economic and cultural heritage, we have largely become indifferent to the suffering of animals. An indicator of the cruelest aspects of our nature.

This systemic disrespect for nature and her creatures is part of, or symptomatic of, a larger problem with modern society, the institutionalized perception that we are separate and independent of our environment. This dualism is part of the division of consciousness that is often noted in ancient texts as well as contemporary discussions of the characteristics of human consciousness.

Perhaps the most appalling sign of human kind’s dualistic trap is how we treat our friends in the animal kingdom. Yet this destructive idea is a tragic falsehood, as animals and plants alike are conscious, sentient and intelligent…

You don’t have to look too hard to find signs of mankind’s disrespect, disregard, and distrust of nature. Raising awareness of our connection and dependence on the natural world in these materialistic times is the only way to counter the devastation. Fukushima, the Deepwater Horizon, mountain-top removal, deforestation, tar sands, fracking, plastic pollution, depleted uranium, animal cruelty, so on and on… there really is no end to our ignorance and disrespect.

Whatever your relationship to the natural world is, and no matter what kind of dystopian illusions you may have for our future, there is no escaping the truth that we are all products of nature, and as such dependent on the natural world for survival and happiness.”

“Big Joe” ANNIHILATES Crowd of ‘Social Justice Warriors’ at Women’s March

http://www.infowars.com/viral-video-big-joe-annihilates-crowd-of-sjws-at-womens-march/

“Media outlet, BasedInLA, filmed and released the original footage featuring an interview with Big Joe, as he observed the “Women’s March” in Los Angeles this weekend. After The Millennial Post unleashed it on their Facebook page, it exploded in popularity…

[Joe] expressed his shock and disgust with the hypocritical crybabies throwing tantrums in the streets, before being interrupted by protesters who were totally unprepared for the depth of his knowledge and perceptions.

“I see signs for ‘unity’ and ‘love’ and ‘peace,’ and yet at his inauguration they were burning a McDonald’s, Starbucks, limousines, and there was anarchy in the streets,” Joe said. “What is this? He was elected rightfully by the majority of the country.” …

“I’m not offended by Trump… Half the country is not offended by Trump, so what about them? What about the rest of the country that’s not offended by Trump? Everybody’s afraid of you guys because if they stand up for Trump, then they get deemed a ‘racist’ and everybody’s terrified.” …

“You have people in these groups who are socialists, who are anti-American, and anti our freedom. They’re latching on to your different causes, and they’re playing on your emotions so that they can get you all riled up… and bring about chaos and anarchy.” …

“If you continue to do what you’re doing, you’re going to divide this country. You’re going to bring about martial law. You’re going to lose your rights. You’re going to lose your freedoms, and then your biggest fear: He will be a dictator then. You better be smart people. You don’t understand what’s about ready to happen. Wake up!”’

Vote Nobody for President

http://wakeup-world.com/2016/08/08/vote-nobody-for-president-lead-yourself-in-2016/

“Psychologically, something is fundamentally wrong with people when they logically know the game is rigged, yet still choose to participate, as if the outcome makes any difference. Society is stuck in this game that is on a never-ending loop; still believing that this time voting is going to get them out of the loop and on a new and better path. It’s like constantly taking serious the outcome of a coin flip when in fact the coin is the same on both sides. The problem is not the coin flip, but instead the people giving it legitimacy by constantly participating in the flipping. Voting in a rigged game is what gives it legitimacy.

If large masses of people simply didn’t vote, ceased to pay attention, and refused to obey the process, the rigged institutions would lose all credibility and quickly change or risk becoming obsolete. Some form of energy is needed to sustain corrupt systems, and inevitably the people are the direct source of fuel that keeps it running. Remove the participation and the game stops…

This is where the biggest point should be made and it cannot be stressed enough. This is one truth that every citizen who wants to change society needs to understand: Not voting does not mean you are not politically active!

This is so important to understand because many people equate the ‘civilly disobedient‘ act of not voting with the doing of nothing politically. When in fact, it should be the direct opposite; meaning the political system is so screwed up that all citizens have a personal responsibility to move outside the system and change it.”