BLOG: Missouri Firearms Coalition


MFP Commentary:

 

Become a Member  Here

About Missouri Firearms Coalition 

Let me play devil’s advocate, for a minute, by pointing out my concerns with statements made on the above “about” page:
(FWIW  every gun group without exception, it seems,  accepts these anti liberty “group-think” slogans, so I am picking on MGC in particular.)

1.) “While professed pro-gun legislators have a majority in both chambers, Missouri lags behind many other states in protecting the rights of law abiding gun owners.”

Why do  people that claim to be educated in the concept of liberty, assert that if someone is not “law abiding”  (such as maybe being a christian in some countries)  that somehow your right to self defense disappears?   Do any of these people think before they type?     Doesn’t this imply that law breaking  gun owners have no rights? (It’s foundational in Western law that everyone has rights, all of the time.  Even “lawbreakers”)

Fact of the matter is that if  a gun owner is not law abiding, to the extent that he is incarcerated, his weapons, are kept from him, by the fact that he can’t bring them into the prison.   However the day this person gets out, even if a convicted 1st degree murder, he get’s access to his guns back that very same day.   At  least  that is the way this country worked, and was supposed to work, until the US Congress, instituted the Nazi gun Control Act in the US and renamed it the “1968 Gun Control Act”.    Americans up to that point understood that the right can ever be taken away (or regulated for  that matter) as that is the very definition of a right.  Close to 100 years of government monopoly schooling has produced individuals that have no clue as to what their rights are, or the proper function of government, according to the founders and our founding documents. That is how over the top, disgusting slave-speak like:  “law abiding gun owners” get into the lexicon.  Isn’t this an oxymoron of the highest level?  What does following the law have to do with a right, since a legitimate law can not take a right away)

 

2.) “In 2015 year alone, numerous states signed Constitutional Carry into law and made progress in advancing Stand-Your-Ground law – yet both of these bills died again this year in Jefferson City.”

“Laws” do not give us our rights.   The second amendment recognizes the fact that we had and still have a pre existing right of self defense.  We need no “laws” to tell us this.  Further “Laws” can do nothing but restrict this right. People that speak and act like this,  are again very clearly illustrating that they do not even understand the basic concept of a right. This is scary, when the more educated of us, are still missing the philosophical  elephants in the room.

The solution IMHO, the only real one that will get us off of the hamster wheel of trying to enact legislation is to educate the public as to what their rights are.   Passing legislation is nothing more than licking your masters boot, for a few permissions, as government can not grant rights.

Think about it, and I welcome your comments below.

Lastly please  contact this group with your thoughts, and if their answers convince you that they are philosophically on firm ground, then buy a membership, and support them.

While I despise the machiavellian compromises, that they are making, perhaps it is necessary, but that does not mean that we should not have a less myopic, longer term goal and methodology planned out.(Like educating the public perhaps)

I plan on purchasing a membership, even if we may have a difference of opinion.  These are not the times for a house divided.  Not at all and after all they are keeping the wolf from the door for the time being, as expedient as the method may be.

In Liberty!
~MFP

Hundreds of NC teachers are flunking math exams. It may not be their fault.


MFP Commentary:
If it’s not “their fault” then I wonder who the hell is at fault? Could it be that teaching majors are filled to the brim with the dumbest, by far, students on campus?  Could it be that they got a very poor education because they  themselves attended government schools filled with low IQ teachers?
I know of which I speak. I have taken several  education courses that are required by people in that major and I was flabbergasted each time by the apparent low IQ of the people taking the course.    Government needs to get the hell out of the way and let the free market, dictate who is going to teach.  What a conflict of interest to have the state make that choice. Not to mention that the state has implemented both the first and tenth planks of the communist manifesto to create our schools. 

Can you imagine a country of citizens, educated in the free market by teachers that are gifted, and intelligent, rather than the low IQ crowd  that helps the government indoctrinate your children with all sorts of falsehoods and lies?  The founders told us that we would only be free if we had an educated electorate.  Do you think that these government schools that are designed to dumb us down are a big part of us losing our freedoms?
~MFP

Book:  The Deliberate  Dumbing down of America

Video: Charlotte Iserbyt – Deliberate Dumbing Down of the World

Video: History… Connected: The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America w/ Charlotte Iserbyt

If  you doubt this dumbing down, I challenge you to take this 8th grade graduation exam from 1895 Kansas:

An 1895 8th Grade Final Exam: I Couldn’t Pass It. Could You?

and here.


According to a report, almost 2,400 North Carolina elementary school teachers have failed the math portion of their licensing exams, which puts their careers in jeopardy. News & Observer file photo

BLOG: Report on the 14th day of my water fast


MFP commentary:
Really surprised that I am considering not breaking this fast as 14 days was my, what I thought  at the time, rather unrealistic, goal. I  just decided not to thaw, and cook the roast beef brisket, to put up in the freezer because the smell of food like that for hours and hours would likely set off cravings.
The mental clarity that I have is phenomenal. My moods are extremely upbeat, and positive.  I have not really experienced “hunger” yet. This is quit unlike the untruths that we are told about fasting. The prevalence of it in scripture should make you inquisitive as to what “fasting” is really all about.

The only downside is the lack of energy, but I think that is temporary. Our bodies are very insulin resistant because of years of overdosing on carbohydrates, and it takes a few fasts to get the body to repair the damage and start working correctly.

 

There is a recurring thought in my head. That is the comparison of what could be thought of as the “inconvenience” of fasting, compared to the downright living-hell of going through chemo. As few  as two,  5 day fasts a year dramatically cut one’s cancer risks across the board. But teaching people to fast does not make your doctor or big pharma any money, so you see where that goes….. They would rather have you undergo chemo than fasting. It sounds like a criminal enterprise to me. Perhaps proof that the AMA medical monopoly is really a thinly veiled eugenics movement, at least on the chronic care side of the house.

I usually do not not post pictures of myself on the web, much less a selfie of me with my shirt off. But I Just had to make the point of how diet, nutritional supplementation, and life style can make unbelievable changes in your health. If you knew me 5 years ago you would not think that this is the same person.

 

Break out of the Matrix. Take the red pill. Gain control of your health. It’s really as easy as just deciding that is what you are going to do.
Visit the health  section of this website HERE.
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When does “professional identity” become a mental illness?

 
I am serious folks:
I have been physically attacked merly for making ernest observations, about the professions of police officer,  and soldier.
 
I have not  been physically attacked (yet)  for my observations on the profession of doctor, but have  experienced reactions just as inappropriate.
 
It has escaped the public’s observation  that all 3 of these professions are government created monopolies, that would very likely not exist, at least in the same form, in a free society that embraced the free market. Something that we clearly do not do.
 
To go a bit further down this rabbit hole have you observed these other government created monopolies?
 
1.) Education (i.e. government schools) “home schooling” is just a permission, and must follow the states monopoly guidelines.  We get the same “group think”  mentality from educators that we get from these other groups.  This group think makes them similar to the “Borg”  in the Star Trek series.  
 
2.) Attorneys: We are free to any legal defense that we want as long as they are government sanctioned attorneys. Never mind that I have never once been able to afford their monopoly prices, nor the fact that this urinates all over our right to contract….  You might want to investigate Lysander Spooner
 
3.) Our food supply. Once again you are free to eat anything that you want, and sell any food you want….. as long as it’s government approved. Have you ever tried to purchase non-ultra pasteurized heavy cream? Real cream, that is safe to eat  without denatured proteins in it?  It’s a MENSA test to local and sells at a price (because of government “regulation”) that people like myself simply can not afford.  Consumer group think here is that the government is “protecting” them.  While in fact our food choices and government food pyramid looks like a eugenics program to me, and this “protection”  is again urinating all over the individuals right to contract.  (something that all of these monopoly professions do)   This resource will be updated soon:   Food Freedom  Ministry
 
 
Individuals in all of these government created “professions”  often surrender any rational. individual thought to the group.   They like the other groups identify more as  the government defined   profession than as real, living, diverse, human beings.   It is IMHO a mental illness…. as they perceive any observations of their profession that they do not concur with, as an ad hominem attack upon their person, and often like the libtards at Antifa,  rationalize physically assaulting you because of the opinions that you hold.  If this is not a mental illness I do not know what is.
 

What are your thoughts on this topic?  Comment below if you want to flesh some of these thoughts out with me.

~MFP

In the Age of Petty Tyrannies, You May Already Be a Criminal

Published on Jul 11, 2018

What happens when bureaucrats run the show and the rule of law becomes little more than a cattle prod for forcing the citizenry to march in lockstep with the government? Overregulation and overcriminalization. In this episode of On Target, John W. Whitehead examines the petty tyrannies and senseless laws that are turning everyday Americans into criminals.

A New World Order: Brought to You by the Global-Industrial Deep State

John Whitehead’s Commentary By John W. Whitehead July 09, 2018

“There are no nations. There are no peoples … There is only IBM and ITT and AT&T, and DuPont, Dow, Union Carbide and Exxon. Those are the nations of the world today. The world is a college of corporations, inexorably determined by the immutable by-laws of business.”—Network (1976)

There are those who will tell you that any mention of a New World Order government—a power elite conspiring to rule the world—is the stuff of conspiracy theories.

I am not one of those skeptics.

What’s more, I wholeheartedly believe that one should always mistrust those in power, take alarm at the first encroachment on one’s liberties, and establish powerful constitutional checks against government mischief and abuse.

I can also attest to the fact that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

I have studied enough of this country’s history—and world history—to know that governments (the U.S. government being no exception) are at times indistinguishable from the evil they claim to be fighting, whether that evil takes the form of terrorism, torture, drug traffickingsex trafficking, murder, violence, theft, pornography, scientific experimentations or some other diabolical means of inflicting pain, suffering and servitude on humanity.

And I have lived long enough to see many so-called conspiracy theories turn into cold, hard fact….. Read More

The (illegitimate) “government” is selling you your rights rather than protecting them.


MFP Commentary:

Americans are so utterly dumbed down, that instead of demanding that the government protect their innumerable rights,   they go to the government,  “licensing office”  & jump through any requested hoops, just like a trained monkey, and pay an extortion fee,  in order to be allowed to exercise a God given right.

Among other things this is an example of moral relativism,  as I do not have the right to charge my fellow human beings a fee in order for them to exercise a right.   It amazes me how many  so called “Christians”  sit idly by, and support a government office that is based upon a major plank of the church of Satan,  that major plank being “moral relativism“. 

~MFP


Springfield MO – “Licensing Office”

Patients Without Borders: The Rise of Medical Tourism

The more health care is able to function like an actual free market the more options will be provided to consumers.

by Brittany Hunter

There is simply no way of getting around it: American health care is exorbitantly expensive. But while many people look to government to solve our nation’s health care woes, the real solutions lie elsewhere. In fact, the more the government intervenes in health care, the higher the costs seem to rise. Just look at what happened when Obamacare was implemented: costs of care rose and many families suddenly found themselves unable to afford their insurance premiums.

 

But where government intervention has failed the health care sector, free market innovation has become its savior. The rising costs of health care in both North America and Europe have actually created a void in the marketplace. And medical tourism is filling that void by offering a whole new avenue of choice for health care consumers.

For anyone unfamiliar with the term, medical tourism is when someone chooses to travel outside their country of origin, usually to less-developed countries, in search of affordable, quality medical care. And it also happens to be one of the fastest growing global industries. In 2016, this burgeoning sector was valued at $100 billion and is expected to experience 25 percent year-by-year growth by the year 2025. And in an era of soaring medical costs, it is saving health care consumers thousands of dollars and providing them with the care they so desperately need….. Read More

 

 

I Remember When America Was A Free Country


MFP Commentary:
Paul Craig Roberts hits  the nail on the head.  The solution to our ailments,  the only solution, is an informed public.  Something that we were repeatably  warned about over 200 years ago:

“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”
~Thomas Jefferson.

It is the function of a  real newspaper to inform and educate  the public so that these  issues can be addressed.   Beware of mainstream fake-news news sources, as their agenda is clearly to misinform the public, something for which I would like to see criminal laws written, and charges brought against.  When the final chapters on todays history are written,  it will be  IMHO the mainstream press that will be judged guilty of high treason.

~MFP



 

Dear Readers, In the Western World truth, justice, and liberty are in total collapse. They cannot be resurrected and restored without information. Few people have that information. The young are born into what exists, and as the tyranny increases year by year, tyranny becomes the natural order to them. Indeed, they do not recognize tyranny. Their cell phones, social media, and the Internet give them the illusion of freedom. The old are lost in the controversies of their time: The Russians are communists, only hippies, left-wingers, and communists distrust the great and good US government. In short, the vast bulk of the American people haven’t a clue. When readers ask me to tell them the solution, what to do, my answer is that nothing can be done until enough people are informed. Informing is my job. Support my efforts and those of a few others whose only agenda is to inform.

In America, and throughout the Western world, it is harder and harder to speak the truth. Indeed, truth is such a devalued virtue that to speak it almost qualifies one as a criminal. If you want truth spoken, you must support it.

Now for the column:

I remember when America was a free country. You could get on an airliner without an ID. Driving licenses didn’t even have photos. If a friend was coming through your city on a flight and had a few hours layover, you could meet them inside the airport for lunch or dinner. You could meet friends, children, and relatives at the gate or see them off at the gate. Parents could actually put children on the plane and grandparents could take them off.

Your flight ticket was good at any airline. If something happened to your flight or you missed it, you could use the ticket on another airline going to the same place. On international flights you were permitted two free stopovers prior to your destination. If you were going to Athens, Greece, for example, you could first visit Paris and then Rome. It worked both ways, over and back. So one air ticket, six cities.

I can remember when you could enter a Manhattan office building without having to show an ID, be looked up on a list, and cleared in, and when you could check in a hotel without an ID and paid your bill when you checked out, with cash if you preferred. The only evidence of your name was the one you gave when you checked in.

Cars didn’t beep at you and neither did appliances nor construction machinery. The world was a quieter, less noise-disturbed place.

Common sense was more prevalent. Today it is hard to find any common sense. The British parliament is debating a law that would criminalize upskirt photographs. The “invasion of privacy” would have a price tag of two years imprisonment. Yet government can invade our privacy at will with street cameras, traffic cameras, read our emails, listen to our telephone calls, monitor our credit card purchases. Serious kinds of privacy invasion run amuck, but parents cannot find out if an underaged daughter is pregnant or has VD.

As kids we ran free. Heaven help a parent that permitted that today.
Oh, but times are more dangerous today we are told. What made today more dangerous? Failures in public policy. The government has made life more dangerous and less free.

Give the punishment of upskirt photos a moment’s thought. Laws end up being applied to the limit of their logic. Initially, enforcement might require a complaint from the person whose privacy is violated. But it wouldn’t be long before the act itself was the crime, complaint or not.
The photographer of the famous 1954 upskirt photo of Marilyn Monroe would be in danger and perhaps Marilyn herself as an accomplice. And what about all the people who looked at the photo. Aren’t they also privacy invaders? https://www.biography.com/news/marilyn-monroe-seven-year-itch-dress-photos

There is now a giant statue depicting the upskirt photo. https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/up-skirt-marilyn-monroe-statue-art-or-trash/ What would be its legal implications?

Women show much more of themselves intentionally in string bikinis and thongs or in short shorts and halters than is revealed by upskirt photos. Under the English law, would a photo of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders in action be considered a criminal offense?

Would TV shows such as this one be considered a violation? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2-_PCgXJnw&list=RDV2-_PCgXJnw&index=1

Let’s move on to more serious examples of the crackpot laws of our time. In yet another assertion of the universal applicability of US laws, a collection of congressional nitwits has proposed a law that would punish those who make, distribute or use banned substances at international sports events with a $250,000 fine and 10 years imprisonment. The US law would apply to athletes of other countries at events held in other countries.

Washington in its hubris has long asserted its right to legislate for other countries, and the idiot governments of the world have subjected themselves to Washington’s legal authority. Not long ago a French bank was fined billions of dollars by Washington for financing companies doing business with Iran. A French shipbuilder was forced by Washington to cancel at its expense a contract with Russia, proving that France is not a sovereign country. Washington decrees sanctions on Russia, and any country that does not comply with Washington’s edict is punished. As far as Washington is concerned, Washington rules the world and the sovereignty of other nations does not exist. https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/06/12/sports/olympics/ap-oly-doping-congress.html

I can tell you exactly how this law will be used. Washington will use one of its paid foreign NGO operatives in Russia, a traitor stupidly tolerated by the Russian government, or elsewhere to allege doping among Russian athletes, just as Washington is suspected of having paid Grigory Rodchenkov, the Russian lab director, with asylum, allowing him to escape justice in Russia, for inventing the story of Russian state organized mass use of banned substances. https://www.rt.com/news/425357-rodchenkov-cas-lawsuit-doping/

The orchestrated scandal was used to prevent Russian participation in the Olympics. It was part of Washington’s campaign to demonize Russia and blacken its reputation in order to prevent normalization of relations that would threaten the trillion dollar US military/security budget that comes out of US taxpayers’ pockets and which threatens also the power that goes with the money. We can’t afford Social Security and Medicare, but we can afford the needless military/security complex’s annual budget of one trillion dollars.

If the bill becomes law, it would be extremely dangerous for Russian athletes to participate in sports events in the US or in countries that have treaties with Washington, as accusation alone would result in their arrest and seizure. Under the proposed law, the accused athletes have to prove their innocence, which Washington would make impossible. The Russian government would either have to invoke some law with which to arrest Americans to trade for the athletes, go to war, or accept the humiliation of being unable to rescue Russia’s finest athletes from US prisons. Don’t expect the congressional nitwits behind this bill to consider any of its dire consequences. They lack the intelligence. They are totally absorbed in American exceptionalism. As far as the congressional nitwits are concerned, America is the salt of the earth, after Israel, of course.

In the US laws now destroy law and the liberty that once was protected by law. It happened over time as various causes—the war on crime, the war on drugs, the war on child abuse, the war on tax evasion, the war on terrorism—over-rode the protective features of law in order to more easily arrest and convict the targeted. Each do-good agenda reduced liberty in the interest of easy and abundant convictions. All neglected Sir Thomas More’s questions in A Man For All Seasons: What happens when we have cut down the law in order to better chase after the Devil, and the Devil turns on us? Where is our protection when the law is cut down?

This is the problem of Americans today. Justice is no longer a goal of the justice system. Conviction and clearing court dockets are the goals that unite prosecutors and judges. Ninety-seven percent of felonies are settled with plea bargains, which means that the evidence against the defendant is never tested in court. The defendant is convicted by self-incrimination.

Whether innocent or guilty, defendants and their attorneys are afraid of a trial for many reasons. Trials take up far more time than plea bargains and thereby make prosecutors and judges angry because they reduce the number of convictions that the prosecutor can cite as evidence of his effectiveness (dozens of plea bargains can be processed during the duration of one trial) and crowd the judge’s docket by forcing him to study the case. Consequently, the punishment from conviction at trial is much harsher than the sentence from a plea bargain.

Even an innocent person is afraid of the risk of a trial. Prosecutors are permitted to pay witnesses with money, light sentences, and dropped charges for testimony against a suspect they desire to convict. The testimony can be false, but nothing can be done about it unless the prosecutor indicts his or her own witness. No intelligent or skeptical persons are allowed on a jury. Jurors are of the belief that where there is smoke there is fire and that the defendant would not be on trial if he were not guilty. Grand juries are even more easily manipulated and deceived. They are putty in the hands of prosecutors.

Thanks to the War on Drugs, innocent Americans are faced with asset forfeiture. There is a notorious section of an Interstate highway in Tennesses where various local police jurisdictions fight over who gets to stop out-of-state cars and rob them of their cash if it exceeds $100 on the grounds that the sum indicates the intent to either buy or sell drugs. In The Tyranny of Good Intentions, Lawrence Stratton and I provide many examples of innocent Americans losing their money, their properties, and even their lives to the asset forfiture rules of the War on Drugs. https://www.amazon.com/Tyranny-Good-Intentions-Prosecutors-Constitution/dp/0307396061/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1529442763&sr=1-6&keywords=Paul+Craig+Roberts&dpID=51mpPwddOtL&preST=_SY291_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch

For example, Selena Washington, a black woman who understood that she could not purchase thousands of dollars of construction materials with which to repair her hurricane damaged home with a check, drove along I-95 in Florida with $19,000 in cash from the insurance settlement to pay for the materials that would be used to restore her home. She was stopped, searched without a warrant and her $19,000 was stolen by the police. After much stress, eventually she was able to recover $15,000 of the theft by agreeing that the police could keep $4,000.

Willie Jones, a black nurseryman, who understood that he had to pay cash to restock his nursery, made the mistake of using cash, a legitimate means of payment, to purchase an airline ticket. The brainwashed airline ticket agent notified police as a cash ticket purchase fits the profile of a drug dealer. Jones’ cash was confiscated, and his nursery was not restocked.

Multimillionaire Donald Scott lost his life, because of a police plot to confiscate his 200 acre Malibu, California, estate for the US Park Service. The corrupt police claimed to have witnessed from overflying the estate marijuana plants on his land. An army of 30 armed agents invaded his home at night and shot him dead when he came from his bedroom to see what was happening. There were no marijuana plants on his estate. What in the world would a multimillionaire heir to a known fortune need to raise marijuana to sell for money? Yet the police got off with the murder.

Asset forfeiture was extended beyond the drug trade. People have lost their motels because a customer had a prostitute in the rented room.

Thanks to the War on Terrorism, the attorney-client privilege is dead as witnessed by the false imprisonment of Lynn Stewart. Thanks to the War on Terrorism, due process is dead along with habeas corpus. American citizens can now be arrested and held in prison indefinitely for the rest of their lives without a trial or any evidence ever being presented to a court. This was a creation of the criminal George W. Bush regime. Americans can now be executed without due process of law, which means without evidence brought against them in a court and conviction on the evidence. This was a creation of the criminal Obama regime. George W. Bush and Obama presided over the two worst criminal governments in human history.

In America today, law is declared as edicts from the executive, justified by illogical and nonsensical legal memos, such as those written by John Yoo, from the corrupt Department of Justice (sic). For his service to the police state, John Choon Yoo from Korea was made the Emanuel S.Heller Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. Go to Berkeley’s law school to learn the non-existence of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Learn how whatever the executive wants to do is the law.

In other words, just as there is no respect for the law in prosecutorial offices and courts, there is none in law schools and bar associations.

America is without a defender of law, except for organizations such as the Rutherford Institute and, occasionally, the American Civil Liberties Union. As often as not the ACLU is off-track worrying about “transgender rights” while the Bill of Rights is eviscerated.

Justice, the rule of law, these are in the way of the elites and have been discarded. The American people are so poorly educated and informed that they do not understand the consequences of the demise of the laws that once upheld the US Constitution.

The corrupt, degenerate, inhumane world that is the Western world is the world that the insane Russian liberals cannot wait to join. The idiot Russian liberals deserve no better, but, of course, it means that the entire world is going down the tubes, not only the Western world.

Before succumbing to despair, be informed that my articles are translated and published internationally in many languages. I have been informed by one large Russian newspaper, which regularly translates and publishes my columns that it knows not how many read the print version but the online version of my column, “Is Europe Too Brainwashed To Normalize Relations With Russia?,” was read by 300,956 online readers.

This is the readership of just one newspaper in Russia. My world wide audience is many times larger than the New York Times and my credibility, despite the continuous attacks, is far greater than the Western TV media.

In the days when the US was a free country, major foundations would have been supporting this website. Today they are part of the corrupt establishment and only serve the propaganda. Therefore, the continuance of this website is up to you alone.

As a major dissenter from the lies and propaganda that emanate from the Western capitals, I am a target, someone to be eliminated. Unless I shut up, it will eventually happen. This is a large risk for me to assume for people who do not care sufficiently about truth to support this website.

I Remember When America Was A Free Country

The CSS-Daisy Luther-The Agenda 21 Takeover Is Nearly Complete


MFP Commentary:
For a period I sat in on our local city council.  I discovered that the entire group was one of the lowest IQ, totally uninformed groups, that I had ever encountered. (this is what the US political system insures gets into office) 

One thing stood out.  They all too often would handle issues  that were clearly inspired by the globalist agenda 21, they would do what the globalist wanted them to do, and they had no clue whatsoever what they were involved with, nor the consequences of their actions.

~MFP


I recently interviewed Daisy Luther about the UN’s Agenda 21. The penetration all the way down to the local level is nearly complete. Can it be stopped? How will our lives change. This is a dramatic interview that reveals how close we are to actually losing all freedom of choice when it comes to energy usage and a variety of civil liberties….. Read More

 

The CSS-Daisy Luther-The Agenda 21 Takeover Is Nearly Complete