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Saturday, January 31, 2015

"The Most Important Document That Has Ever Been Put On The Internet" [text video]

Published on Sep 4, 2013
Donald Marshall's original letter also known as The Most Important Document That Has Ever Been Put On The Internet. This video displays the letter in text form while an audio version of the letter is played simultaneously.
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Illuminati insider Donald Marshall exposed the Illuminati: Human Cloning, Cloning Centers, Vril Lizards, Parasited Human Hosts/Hosts Of Vril/Drones and Dead Chipheads.
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Michael Janitch posted: "The famous AC-130 gunship plane is about to get a few upgrades. Laser cannons (guns) are to be installed soon. Most people have heard of (or seen) these aircraft at some point or another.  Usually this military workhorse plane is equipped with large mac"

New post on Dutchsinse

1/31/2015 — Military AC-130 Gunship Plane to be equipped with airborne lasers

by Michael Janitch
The famous AC-130 gunship plane is about to get a few upgrades.
Laser cannons (guns) are to be installed soon.
Most people have heard of (or seen) these aircraft at some point or another.  Usually this military workhorse plane is equipped with large machine gun cannons which can be deployed out the side of the aircraft.

This new laser system will be based on the US Navy's electric laser program (as opposed to chemical lasers).
Quote Forbes:
"The top brass in the U.S. Air Force wants to put laser weapons on ground-attack aircraft.
Speaking at a conference in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, Lt. Gen. Bradley Heithold, the head of the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command, said he wanted to explore the possibility of outfitting an AC-130 Ghostrider aircraft with laser weapons.
What he didn’t say was whether the airborne laser would be powered by chemical or electric energy?
The Ghostrider is a heavily armed ground-attack aircraft manufactured by Lockheed Martin. The gunship is designed so that weapons are fired from a single side. By circling stationary targets, the aircraft can sustain persistent fire for an extended period of time.
Here is how Tyler Rogoway at Foxtrot Alpha described the AC-130:
The AC-130 flying gunship fleet is one of the most fabled and feared assets in the entire USAF inventory. Known for its ability to unleash a broadside of cannon fire in the dead of night, the newest of the AC-130 lot is more about smart bombs than raining lead and howitzer shells down on the enemy.
The Air Force spent about $4.3 billion pursuing airborne lasers that could destroy ballistic missiles between 1994 and 2007, according to the Congressional Research Service. In particular, the Air Force focused primarily on chemical oxygen iodine laser (COIL) systems, which could be mounted in the aft section of a modified Boeing 747 aircraft. Northrop Grumman was the key company leading the COIL effort.
In 2009, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates killed the Air Force’s airborne laser program as part of an effort to reduce spending and reform the military’s acquisition process.
Unlike the chemically-powered lasers pursued by the Air Force, the U.S. Navy has focused on electrically powered lasers. The latter have proven to be far more successful than the former. In December, the Navy completed the first successful deployment of an electrically-powered laser weapon system aboard the USS Ponce in the Persian Gulf.

The US Navy has been leading the way in the US DEWO program.  The Directed Energy Warfare Office of the US Navy has been developing multiple new weapon systems for ship based warfare (lasers).
The new electric powered lasers are now reaching a point where their power can surpass any former chemical laser.  This new step forward is due to more advanced electrical systems being developed which increase the overall wattage output of the laser itself.

The Navy LaWS (laser weapon system) has been installed on a ship deployed in the Middle east, and has undergone extensive trials via land/sea based tests.
Two of the tests are seen below:

No doubt the new Navy railgun system could also be installed in one of these gunships!
The railgun will be rolled out later this year on a special new vessel designed to be quick and maneuverable.  If they can stabilize this railgun for aircraft, it could take out anything below.
Here is a test firing of the new railgun system, even in ultra-slow motion its fast.

Using the same kind of lasers, the US Army is able to shoot down incoming MORTARS, drones, and aircraft !
The Army created the HEL-MD (high energy laser mobile device), which is a truck mounted laser system, capable of targeting from near ground to full 90 degree angle upwards.
Watch the mortar , and drone shootdown tests here: (super-mega death ray is the new slang name for this device)

Overall, lasers make up just one component of the next generation weapons being developed by the military.
To understand what is going on, where we are going, and more importantly to understand how we are at a point in history (like the switch from swords to guns in the 1600's)...... I suggest watching my 4 part series on "Directed Energy Weapons":

We are literally at a turning point in history for weaponry.   Directed Energy Weapons, lasers, High Power Microwaves (HPM), electromagnetic weapons, and even plasma weapons are being developed.   If the Army can melt incoming mortars, this makes howitzer type cannons useless.
If they can melt mortars now, sooner or later they will be able to melt incoming bullets.   When that day comes, guns will be as useless as an arrow against a tank.
The 'future' of weapons is officially here.
Keep in mind, High Power Lasers can be used to control the weather, per Dr. Michio Kaku himself!

Read much more on weather modification via high power lasers here:
Michael Janitch | January 31, 2015 at 1:13 am | Categories: Military Weapons, Radio Frequency | URL:


Popular Dog: Adoption Applications Pile High For The

Posted in: Animal News

Popular Dog: Adoption Applications Pile High For The

Pit Bull-Dachshund Mix Breed

This cute little dog has gained popularity since his picture has been posted on Facebook.
When the Moultrie Colquitt Humane Society posted pictures of Rami, they didn’t expect attention like this. The dog is a pit bull-dachshund mix and has exponentially gained popularity since the picture was first posted on Tuesday. The humane society’s Facebook page posted 14 pictures of the bulky little dog along with a message about Rami’s personality.
“Hi! I’m Rami and I’m looking for my forever home.
“I’m a year old Dachshund/Pit bull mix. Yes, you’re reading that right, and, no, you haven’t gone crazy. I’m full of energy. I don’t like walking on a leash. I’m a sweetie pie, and love to run. I don’t listen very well, so you’ll need to take some time to train me. Because I tend to be a bit hyper, I might not be the best addition to a household with little kids. But I’m sure that all I need is a little lovin’. Will you take me home? Call 229-985-5463.”
This muscular pup is full of energy.
This popular dog has gotten over 39,000 shares on Facebook and is making headlines across the internet. Huffington Post reports that the muscular pooch has gotten quite a number of admirers as well. The precious pooch, who has a pit bull-type head with a dachshund-type body, has become so popular that the Humane Society announced that they will put prospective owners through an interview process as a result of the influx of adoption requests.
“Don Flowers, manager of the shelter, told The Huffington Post that they have already received more than 200 applications for the pup, and will begin choosing an owner next week.”
According to Daily Mail, this particular mix of dog breeds is usually referred to as a Doxbull or a Pitwee. I prefer Dachsbull or Pithund. Or maybe a weinerbull? Regardless of what you would call it, this popular dog had a pit bull mother and a dachshund father and is getting the love of the internet.
Rami likes getting a bath.
In another Facebook post, Moultrie Colquitt Humane Society responds to all of the attention Rami has received. They remind everyone that Rami is not the only dog in need, “we appreciate all your interest in our sweet Rami. Please remember there are lots of homeless animals in shelters unique as Rami. Visit your local shelter soon to see other sweet dogs and cats in need. Please remember to spay and neuter”
Do you think this popular dog is cute or not? Will you be adding your application to the stack of hundreds?


Kristiana Coignard: Teen Girl Walks Into Police Station, Cops Shoot Her Dead — What Happened?

Posted in: News

Kristiana Coignard: Teen Girl Walks Into Police Station, Cops Shoot Her Dead — What Happened?

Kristiana Coignard police shoot
Kristiana Coignard, a 17-year-old girl who until recently had been a high school student in Longview, Texas, walked into the Longview Police Station at about 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evening. She picked up the courtesy phone for after-hours visitors and asked to speak to an officer. Moments later, she was dead — shot “multiple times” by police.
But why? Three officers have been placed on paid leave by the Longview Police Department in connection with the shooting that killed Kristiana before her life had a chance to begin. What led them to open fire on the lone teenage girl remains unclear.
UPDATE January 28: Surveillance video of the Kristiana Coignard killing has now been released. The full video may be viewed at this link.
According to police, when the officers went out to the lobby in the police station located at 302 West Cotton Street, in the East Texas city of about 80,000, Coignard “came at” the officers with some sort of weapon.
Neither Longview police nor the Texas Rangers, who are now in charge of investigating the fatal shooting, would say what the alleged weapon actually was. But Longview Mayor Jay Dean described the slain teen as “a female wielding a knife.”
“When police arrived to assist her, that’s when she confronted them,” said police spokesperson Kristie Brian, quoted in the Longview News-Journal newspaper. “She did brandish a weapon. I don’t know what kind it was. She came at the officers and was shot.”
Calls made from the lobby courtesy phone are recorded, just like 911 emergency calls, but police have not released the recording of Coignard’s brief call from the lobby, nor have they commented on what the teen said during the call, except that she said she needed to see a police officer.
Longview Police say they do not even know how Coignard got to the police station. Did she walk? Take public transportation? Did someone drive her and drop her off? There are no answers yet known publicly.
Also a mystery is why the teen, a former student in Longview’s Pine Tree Independent School District, would have attacked the officers with some sort of knife or other weapon.
Equally puzzling is why three police officers believed that they could not defend themselves against a lone teenage girl, who was apparently not armed with a gun, without shooting her dead.
Little is known so far about Kristiana Coignard herself. The Pine Tree ISD confirmed that she was a student there as recently as 2013, but did not say whether she had graduated high school or not.
Her Facebook page reveals little about the teen, but does contain a haunting final posting, made on January 12, of what appears to be a stock image of a young girl and boy stepping through a circular portal into the heavens.
Kristiana Coignard Facebook
Kristiana Coignard also posted an image of clouds opening above an Egyptian pyramid, with the inscription, “We are in this world, but not of it,” as well as an illustration of a stereotypical extraterrestrial alien. Both images appeared to have been reposted from elsewhere on the internet.
The investigation into why police felt they had to shoot 17-year-old Kristiana Coignard remains ongoing.
[Images: Facebook]


Police Buy, Return Wedding Ring After Husband Sells It To Feed Ailing Wife.....

Posted in: Human Interest

Police Buy, Return Wedding Ring After Husband Sells It To Feed Ailing Wife.....

Wedding Ring Returned
A wedding ring belonging to a couple that has been together 54 years is back in its rightful place: on the hand of the man who sold it.
Police in Cornwall, Ontario, thought they were responding to a domestic assault case on January 24, 2014, but when they arrived, they found something much different (and even more heartbreaking).
An elderly man and his wife, who were not named to the media in order to protect their identities, were barely surviving. The husband was caring for his ailing wife, who suffered from dementia, and they had very little money.
In fact, times had become so desperate that he sold his wedding ring in order to feed her.
The police officers were immediately moved. Chief Dan Parkinson explains.
“It struck a chord with our officers,” Parkinson said. “It wasn’t a normal call. It was an emotional time for all once they determined what had happened.”
Parkinson described the husband as a “very proud man” in comments to the Ottawa Citizen, but proud or not, the responding officers and other police personnel weren’t about to turn their backs on the couple.
A dozen officers and civilian employees pooled their money and organized an effort to track down the wedding ring to buy it back.
When they were able to locate the ring, they found an inscription on it that read, “Together Forever.” They were also able to get in touch with the Alzheimer’s Society and the Community Care Access Centre, and put the couple on the organization’s radar for help with food and other health needs.
Chief Parkinson said he was proud of his staff for stepping up and taking initiative in the manner that they did.
“Believe it or not, they don’t do this for the recognition. They did it because it’s what they do best, which is to respond compassionately.”
Since the wedding ring story was picked up by local media, it has shot across the world resulting in additional offers to help from locations like Texas and the United Kingdom. Parkinson said the police officers aren’t accepting any money, but that these types of requests will be forwarded along to the victims services unit.
While 2014 was a more cynical year than usual when it came to public stories about the police, it’s good to see reports like this one where officers go above and beyond the call of duty to help the helpless.
What do you think about this police department, readers?


This Is What A Real-Life Economic Collapse Looks Like....

This Is What A Real-Life Economic Collapse Looks Like....

empty store shelves
Did you ever think about what your life would be like if the stores were closed? I’m not talking about a post-apocalyptic Mad Max scenario or a winter storm that clears the shelves. I’m talking about a long-term disruption of services caused by an economic collapse.
What if you couldn’t run to Wal-Mart to get soap?  What if the grocery store had supplies so limited that they were rationed out to people in such small amounts that the food you got was not enough to meet your needs? What if there were no diapers for your baby or aspirin to cure a headache?
This is exactly what happens in a serious economic collapse. It happened a couple of years ago in Greece, and it’s happening right now in Venezuela. reports a scene of desperation:
Long lines, some stretching for blocks, formed outside grocery stores in the South American country’s capital as residents search for scarce basic items such as detergent and chicken.
“I’ve visited six stores already today looking for detergent — I can’t find it anywhere,” said Lisbeth Elsa, a 27-year-old janitor, waiting in line outside a supermarket in eastern Caracas. “We’re wearing our dirty clothes again because we can’t find it. At this point I’ll buy whatever I can find.”
Inside a Plan Suarez grocery store yesterday in eastern Caracas, shelves were mostly bare. Customers struggled and fought for items at times, with many trying to skip lines. The most sought-after products included detergent, with customers waiting in line for two to three hours to buy a maximum of two bags. A security guard asked that photos of empty shelves not be taken.
Police inside a Luvebras supermarket in eastern Caracas intervened to help staff distribute toilet paper and other products.
“You can’t find anything, I’ve spent 15 days looking for diapers,” Jean Paul Mate, a meat vendor, said outside the Luvebras store. “You have to take off work to look for products. I go to at least five stores a day.”
“This is the worst it has ever been — I’ve seen lines thousands of people long,” Greisly Jarpe, a 42-year-old data analyst, said as she waited for dish soap in eastern Caracas. “People are so desperate they’re sleeping in the lines.”
So what a real economic collapse looks like is  actually this:
photo credit:
Here’s a video via The Dave and Chad Show:

The situation is dire, and shows no signs of improvement on the horizon.  Why is the economy so bad in Venezuela? A report by JD Heyes of Natural News gives a snapshot:
A combination of economic factors has all contributed to Venezuela’s disintegration — a lack of foreign capital and declining oil prices among them — but the country’s socialist economic policies are at the root of every problem.
There are shortages of virtually everything, from car batteries to toilet paper — even McDonald’s french fries. Annual inflation rose to 64 percent in November.
The government there sounds a lot like the government here.  Military forces have deployed to the nearly barren stores to “protect” shoppers and store employees. Meanwhile, like something out of a dystopic movie, Interior Minister Carmen Melendez took to the airwaves to utter blatantly untrue propaganda in an attempt to assuage the hungry and increasingly desperate citizens.
“Don’t fall into desperation — we have the capacity and products for everyone, with calmness and patience. The stores are full.”
This reminds me of that scene in “The Interview” where one of the main characters, Dave Skylark, discovers that the abundance he was assured of wasn’t real and that the food in the grocery store window was actually made of plastic.
If you’re paying attention, you’ll be able to see the writing on the wall. More and more businesses are closing here in America, and we could soon be going down the same chaotic path as Venezuela, and Greece before them.

Prepping Is Not the Answer

You probably never expected to read that on a preparedness website, did you?
You might think that if you’re a prepper, you’re immune to all of this. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.  In the case of Venezuela, prepping became illegal last fall.
Today’s lesson is that when times get tough, the government can and will persecute those who have planned ahead.
The Attorney General of Venezuela, Luisa Ortega Díaz, called on prosecutors to target people who are “hoarding” basic staples with serious sanctions.
She called on prosecutors to seek their detention.
The attorney general called on people to remain calm, not to fall for provocations, and not to be afraid of the “alleged” food shortage.
Based on the figures provided by the Central Bank of Venezuela, shortage hit 20% in August; in other words, 20 out 100 items are missing from the shelves.
According to a press release, the Attorney General Office has designated an ad hoc group of prosecutors to work nationwide with other authorities and cope with the threats against food security and, consequently, against the State. (source)
So basically, the Venezuelan government intends to treat those who prepared ahead of time like domestic terrorists…sound familiar?
Executive orders are already in place to crack down on preppers should the government decide to do so. The game pieces have already been moved into place to ban “hoarding” in America.  In 2012, President Obama signed an executive order that gives the federal government authority over every resource and infrastructure element in the United States. And “every resource” includes your pantry.
Michael Snyder recently wrote about the war on preppers on his site, The Economic Collapse Blog:
There are approximately 3 million preppers in the United States today, and often they appear to be singled out for punishment by bureaucratic control freaks that are horrified at the thought that there are families out there that actually want to try to become less dependent on the system.  So if you use alternative methods to heat your home, or if you are not connected to the utility grid, or if you collect rainwater on your property, or if you believe that parents should have the ultimate say when it comes to health decisions for their children, you could become a target for overzealous government enforcers.  Once upon a time, America was the land of the free and the home of the brave, but now we are being transformed into a socialist police state where control freak bureaucrats use millions of laws, rules and regulations to crack down on anyone that dares to think for themselves.

So, what can you do?

“What can you store?” is not the answer to this conundrum.
“What can you make?” – that’s the answer.
Your focus has to be on long-term sustainability, frugality, and self-reliance.  Don’t get me wrong – a stockpile is sensible and an important course of action. It should definitely be part of your preparedness plan.
However, you need to also be ready for the time when the supplies in your well-stocked pantry are no longer available.  You need to be able to meet as many of your own needs as possible or you’ll end up being one of those people wearing dirty clothes because you can’t find laundry soap or going hungry because you can’t find any food at the stores – or can’t afford it if you can find it.
Lots of us have taken steps to free ourselves from the chains of the local Wal-Mart, but we can take it a step further.
We can learn to be self-reliant.
This means:
It’s only by reducing your need for the things sold in stores that you can exempt yourself from the chaos and desperation that will erupt when or if an economic collapse situation occurs here.
Take the time to revisit the situation in Greece a couple of years ago. Families were so desperate they gave up their children to be raised by the state when they could no longer afford to feed them.  People worked longer hours for less money, while the cost of everything went up, causing instant crippling poverty for the former middle class. Suicide rates sky-rocketed and the country’s lifestyle changed dramatically – and not for the better.

Books can be your best pre-collapse investment.

Knowledge and skills are among the most important things you can “collect” to prepare for an economic collapse. However, if you haven’t been at it your entire life, it’s difficult to remember everything. Create a library of references to help you in your quest for self-reliance.  These are some of my favorites:

Here’s the challenge.

I’d like to issue a challenge. What can you do right now to reduce your reliance on the stores?  How can you take your prepper skills to the next level? Can you start making your own soap? Heat exclusively with wood? Grow sprouts in your windowsill? How long can you go (dipping too deeply into your stockpile is cheating) without a trip to the store for consumer goods? How can you stretch your groceries and make your supplies go further? Can you cut down on the supplies that you require from the store? Pick one thing (at least) and let us know about it in the comments.
This isn’t just for people who live in farming communities or for those who are off-the-grid already. Nearly anyone can lower the amount of consumer goods they require, regardless of their living situation. Please share your ideas  – the challenge you take on might help someone else in a similar situation see a way to reduce their dependence too, when they previously felt there was nothing they could do.  None of us are trapped in a hopeless situation. We can prevent ourselves from being those desperate people being policed and rationed in the near-empty stores by learning self-reliance skills today.

Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor who lives in a small village in the Pacific Northwestern area of the United States. She is the author of The Pantry Primer: How to Build a One Year Food Supply in Three Months. On her website, The Organic Prepper, Daisy writes about healthy prepping, homesteading adventures, and the pursuit of liberty and food freedom. Daisy is a co-founder of the website Nutritional Anarchy, which focuses on resistance through food self-sufficiency. Daisy’s articles are widely republished throughout alternative media. You can follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter, and you can email her at