Widow of man killed in Oregon by FBI Sniper Speaks Out

Jeanette Finicum is the widow of Lavoy Finicum, the man who was killed by an FBI sniper in Oregon in 2016 while protesting government violation of citizens’ property rights. She will speak at the Red Pill Expo, June 21 – 23, in Spokane, Washington, and tell what really happened on that fatal day. She also will explain how the media demonized her husband in the minds of the public by falsely labeling him as a racist and potential terrorist. The world premiere of the film,Lavoy; Dead Man Talking, will take place at the beginning of the Expo. We asked Jeanette to summarize her presentation in 3 minutes or less. This is her response. …. Video on Vimeo

FEMA Is Beta Testing FEMA Camp Incarcerations In Hawaii

The late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, predicted that the Supreme Court would one day look the other way and either by overt commission of by benign neglect, authorize another FEMA camp style incarceration in the midst of the presence of war, or in the midst of domestic disturbance leading to the abuse of the civil rights of civil rights of specific Americans. Consequently,  this would lead to another round of history repeating itself as Americans are sent off to internment camps (ie FEMA camps). Scalia referenced World War II era Japanese-Americans and the internment camps they were sent off to internment camps as a prime example of his point.

An Associated Press report quotes the former Supreme Court Justice in reference to use of the latin phrase, which loosely translated states that, “in times of war, the laws fall silent… You are kidding yourself if you think the same thing will not happen again..tthe comments were made in reference to the heinous Korematsu v. United States ruling which attempted to legitimize FDR’s use of internment camps for American citizens of Japanese heritage). The operative term here would be American citizens. Anerican citizens who were detained for overt physical racial characteristics.

That day has arrived. It happened in Houston and it happening, right now, in Hawaii….. Read More

FEMA Is Beta Testing FEMA Camp Incarcerations In Hawaii


Policing for Profit-Now the US Customs Is Stealing Citizen’s Money

MFP Commentary:
The thugs in blue just like the guards at Auschwitz choose to do evil… the fact that some psychopath called a legislator wrote it on a piece of paper and called it “law” is irrelevant.


Jeff Sessions is in favor of civilian asset forfeiture (CAF). CAF occurs when the governments finds large sums of money on people and they seize it. They assume the person is a drug dealer without any due process. This is worse than the communists. Basically, law enforcement becomes the whores of central banking under CAF because cash is the enmy oof the central banks.  Here is the complete story….. Read More

Policing for Profit-Now the US Customs Is Stealing Citizen’s Money

If We Want Your Money, We’ll Take Your Money…

MFP Commentary:

Welcome to criminal thugs, in blue,  running your life and calling themselves “government”.


We live in a Deliverance nation. If the government wants your money, they’ll take your money – simple as that.

Rustem Kazazi, 64, was recently relieved of his life savings – $58,100 – by the US Customs and Border Protection “service.” The money was found in his possession – and that was enough to take it from him, without so much as a traffic violation alleged.

Kazazi was traveling by air to his native Albania and – stupidly, but not illegally – brought the cash with him to the airport, intending to use it to buy a retirement home on the Adriatic coast. He packed the money in neat bundles, put it in his carry-on luggage. During his “screening” by the Heimat Sicherheitsdeinst – Homeland Security, rendered in the appropriate German – the money was found and that was all it took to take it.

No charges were filed against Kazazi – and he’s never been convicted of anything. But his money’s gone…… Read More

If We Want Your Money, We’ll Take Your Money…

BREAKING: Vet Group Finds Pedophile Child Sex Camp Near Tucson – Local Law Enforcement Refuses to Help as Tensions Rise

MFP Commentary:
As usual where are the controlled “useful idiots” that compromise the “Right to Life” movement?



by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

A few days ago, a group of veterans based out of Tucson, Arizona, known as Veterans on Patrol (VOP), stumbled upon what they have good evidence to believe is a child sex camp. The group was searching for homeless veterans, part of their mission in trying to prevent veteran suicides. This is a worthy mission, considering the fact that more soldiers die by suicide than by combat. (Source.)

On May 29th, the group was out with another organization called American Rehab Campuses, trying to pull drug addicts off of the streets, particularly those caught up in the opiod crisis.

They stumbled upon something by chance, and it was in a known human trafficking corridor with ties to the Mexican Cartels.

This is apparently the first report published by VOP’s Lewis Arthur on what happened that night:  ….. Read More


Homeland Security rolling out “information warfare” nuclear option to silence independent media

Wouldn’t it be nice if independent bloggers and journalists could do their work without constantly being harassed by social media giants and federal departments claiming to be combating fake news? Perhaps one day this will become a reality, but not today.

Last month, Big Law Business reported that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is now working to build a massive database on Internet journalists, editors, foreign correspondents and bloggers as a means of identifying what they consider to be top “media influences.” To do this, the DHS is seeking assistance from a contractor to help it monitor traditional news sources on social media and identify “any and all” news coverage relating to the department’s operations, according to a request for information that was officially released to the public on April 3 of this year…… Read More

Homeland Security rolling out “information warfare” nuclear option to silence independent media


To understand how cannabis became so stigmatized, you have to understand something about a plant that is very similar to cannabis but different enough that making it illegal would be preposterous: hemp.

If I told you there was a plant available to us today that could be grown in pretty much any soil, could thrive without the use of pesticides, and could be farmed with very little maintenance, and that this magical plant could be used for a very large number of necessities and goods we use today, but we are doing nothing about it, would you think to yourself, “Joe you must be high or on some other cheap drug”?

Well, I’m not high nor do I get high, but let me tell you, there is a plant available right now and it is often mistaken for marijuana, but it has capabilities that are beyond what you could imagine. It’s called hemp.

Right off the top, hemp looks very much like marijuana and is technically in the same family of plants. But unlike modern maryjane, it does not contain anywhere near the amount of THC needed for someone to get high if they were to smoke it. The funny thing is, in the United States, hemp is just as illegal to grow as marijuana is. But how can this be? If we can’t get high from it, then what’s the problem?

In the past, hemp was used for many things: clothes, cars, plastics, building materials, rope, paper, linens, food, medicine and so on. In fact, it used to be mandatory in the United States for farmers to grow hemp if they had the land. You can find out even more about hemp here.

The fact is, hemp was very popular throughout the 1800s and 1900s because it was incredibly useful and easy to grow, and its derived products were so long lasting. But one day that all changed; it became illegal and so did its friend cannabis (marijuana). How did this happen?….  Read More


Government Sponsored Race-Based Plantations of Slavery-Trump and Kardashian Oppose

There are over two million inmates in American prisons, or one in 743 people.  Communist China, which has five times the population of the United States, has 500,000 less inmates. The United States has only 5% of the world’s population, but has 25% of the world’s prison population.

The American prison system represents the new “Plantation” system. It is racist and illegal but American politicians reap major financial benefit from its existence. the owners of this heinous system control much of the mainstream media, so you will never hear of it on CNN.

In 1972, the U.S. had less than 300,000 inmates. By 1990, the incarceration rate had skyrocketed to one million and by today, the rate has more than doubled again. Again, I ask why?  Because there is very big monied interests behind the growth industry of privatized prisons.

According to Charles Campbell, author of  The Intolerable Hulks (2001), the privatization of the prisons movement has its origins in the Revolutionary War period. England began to put undesirables and prisoners in prison ships. The U.S. fully embraced the use of private prisons during the Reconstruction Period (1865-1876) in the south, following the Civil War. Plantation owners and business owners needed “free” replacements to compensate for the loss of their previous slave laborers. In 1868, convict leases were awarded to private business interests in order to bolster their labor workforce and the practice continued until the early 20th century.

Today, this practice has been taken over by private corporate interests who are increasingly taking over our prison system and this unholy practice is no less exploitative than the slave labor abuses of the past and as in all forms of slavery, it is being fueled by profit.

If only the stock market was so reliable as a revenue generator. America leads the world in incarcerated people. Even Communist China, with over 1.2 billion people has fewer prisoner that the United States.

According to the California Prison Focus “The private contracting of prisoners for work fosters incentives to lock people up. Prisons depend on this income. Corporate stockholders who make money off prisoners’ work lobby for longer sentences, in order to expand their workforce. The system feeds itself,” says a study by the Progressive Labor Party, which accuses the prison industry of being “an imitation of Nazi Germany with respect to forced slave labor and concentration camps.”…. Read  More

Government Sponsored Race-Based Plantations of Slavery-Trump and Kardashian Oppose

Legalize Drugs — All Drugs

by Jacob G. Hornberger


In 1972, Newsweek published what must have been considered by many readers to be a shocking commentary on the drug war by libertarian Nobel Prize–winning economist Milton Friedman. Entitled “Prohibition and Drugs,” Friedman’s article called for the legalization of drugs — all drugs.

Friedman made two primary libertarian arguments in favor of drug legalization: freedom and practicality. He wrote,

On ethical grounds, do we have the right to use the machinery of government to prevent an individual from becoming an alcoholic or a drug addict? For children, almost everyone would answer at least a qualified yes. But for responsible adults, I, for one, would answer no. Reason with the potential addict, yes. Tell him the consequences, yes. Pray for and with him, yes. But I believe that we have no right to use force, directly or indirectly, to prevent a fellow man from committing suicide, let alone from drinking alcohol or taking drugs….

Whatever happens to the number of addicts, the individual addict would clearly be far better off if drugs were legal. Today, drugs are both incredibly expensive and highly uncertain in quality. Addicts are driven to associate with criminals to get the drugs, become criminals themselves to finance the habit, and risk constant danger of death and disease…. Read More