Recommended Information Sources
Before you read or watch the material on this list, remember that “question everything” has to mean question everything, even – perhaps especially – if it seems to be in line with your way of thinking. If you ask me, people who believe they can get away with not paying their taxes because the world is going to end in 2012 are going to be really disappointed. If you ask someone else, they might tell you we’re all doomed. You know what they say about opinions…
The purpose here is to present material that shines a light on issues you’re not hearing about on the 6 o’clock news, but ultimately you have to use your head and draw your own thoughtful conclusions. If you can do that, then read on! But don’t blame me if you end up with a room full of 2012 survival supplies you don’t need. Remember Y2K? Alright, let’s go.
Chaim Weizmann, Trial And Error – This is one of the few books detailing Zionism’s influence on politics and the media in England, America, Canada and elsewhere that you can quote directly without too much risk of being labeled Anti-Semitic. Mr. Weizmann was Israel’s first President, and he isn’t shy about revealing why Israel doesn’t have to care about public opinion regarding its actions.
William P. Lazarus & Mark Sullivan, Comparative Religion For Dummies – “Want to know more about the faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam? This plain-English guide traces their evolution from their common origin – Abraham – and explains their different, yet linked, beliefs.You’ll see how each religion developed, endured setbacks, and became a fixture in modern society. And you’ll learn how members have developed similar approaches to worship.”
Since the teachings of any religion can be twisted to fit someone’s agenda, and because ignorance is NOT bliss, it’s worth knowing something about what other people really believe before you pass judgment on who is or isn’t automatically evil. This book gives you as good a comparison as any.
Tim O’Shea, Vaccination Is NOT Immunization – Anyone concerned about the side effects of commonly administered vaccines should check out this book. At least watch the videos provided and make your own decision as to whether you should take the next step and buy the book.
Rense.Com – A bit of a free-for-all, with a lot of contributing authors and articles pulled from many sources, but there’s a lot of stories to check out from local social justice issues to global government.
BrassCheckTV.com – A fantastic collection of videos covering every imaginable category of social justice or injustice, government conspiracy and corruption, civil rights violations and on and on. If this material doesn’t at least piss you off, there’s really no point in your being here.
AmericanThinker.Com – Many of this blog’s contributors make Dick Cheney sound like a moderate and really aren’t my cup of tea, but I’m going to point you to one article; you’ll land on it when you click the link.
When the Bush administration granted Cheney’s Haliburton buddies the contracts to rebuild Iraq, several late-night comedians referred to it as the “let’s destroy something, then hire ourselves to rebuild it” school of disaster relief. If this article’s interpretation of Obama’s “community organizer” duties is accurate, then his winning the Presidency to rebuild the economy is even more perverse. And an example of why falling for the Left/Right model of politics is so misguided…they’re ALL evil.
StopAtlantica.Org – I’d never heard of this site or this issue until recently, but I think you should know about it. As more people become suspicious of big NAFTA-style “trade” deals, more of these smaller-scale programs are likely to crop up. Check this site out to get a sense of what that means, then pay attention to happenings in your area if you live near the US/Canada border – on either side.
And remember, when any government says it wants to make your country, state, province or region “more attractive” to business, they’re not talking about helping out the corner bakery. They’re talking about making us more attractive to multi-national corporations through lowered wages, reduced benefits, slackened job safety and environmental laws – generally they want to make us a viable alternative to third world labor.
NewWorldOrderReport.Com – When you click this link, you’ll be dropped on an article called “33 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True”. Read the whole thing, but pay particular attention to number 32. It’s basically about using scary proclamations to keep the people on edge and susceptible to whatever ‘solution’ is deemed necessary to a problem that may or may not exist. See if it doesn’t ring a few bells… Oh, read the rest of the site when you’re done; there’s a lot of good stuff in here.
ReineP.Wordpress.Com – Also known as Ray Alex’ Website, it’s a pretty cool blog I stumbled onto covering ‘news, science, religion, conspiracies, mysteries and software’. His historical posts are very detailed and further evidence that the world is not quite the place we think it is.
Video – Google these titles, you’ll find them posted in different places over time…
The Politics Of Fear – A very good, very long BBC documentary chronicling the simultaneous rise of the Neo Conservatve and Radical Islamic movements. Turns out their motivations aren’t as different as one might think.
The Story Of Stuff – “The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world. It’ll teach you something, it’ll make you laugh, and it just may change the way you look at all the stuff in your life forever.”