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Now They’re Making It Up As They Go

May 11, 2012 by  

Now They’re Making It Up As They Go
Fearmongers say to beware the dog bombs, and they don't mean to watch where we step.

Bombs in dogs, bombs in hard drives, bombs surgically implanted in people, invisible underwear bombs! Be afraid; be very afraid.

The fearmongers in government are getting desperate. Thanks to the rise of alternative media, fewer and fewer people are buying the mainstream media’s lies. They’re rejecting the police state.

So the fearmongers are making it up as they go and getting more absurd by the day. We are told al-Qaida can now turn anything and everything into a bomb. Even 18-month-olds are now terror suspects. But never fear; government is here to protect us.

What you don’t hear from the MSM is that the so-called terrorists are creations of the FBI and the CIA. Agents of our own government are the real terrorists.

Bob Livingston

is an ultra-conservative American and author of The Bob Livingston Letter™, founded in 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • MAP

    They keep us terrified and distracted while they stuff their pockets with money. I’ve wondered what purpose they serve.

    • Proud to be a Believer

      Now, you really want to get scared and know the truth, go to this link. If it weren’t so long, I would have copied.

      • Brad

        I have had a sneaky suspicion about Obama’s hidden agenda to cause real dangerous civil unrest since he was sworn into office. It is planned and has many elite backing him. I have no doubt about the article from the Canadian paper being true to the core. He is going to cause a Civil War and that is exactly in his plan. Watch it unfold in front of you very eyes as it quickly terrifies the nation. Lock and Load!!! God Bless America

      • 45caliber

        This doesn’t tell me anything that I hadn’t already suspected myself. It is good to know that I’m guessing correctly. The real problem is that I need to be in another part of the country to have the best chance of surviving but can’t move there are this time.

  • sean murry

    In other words they are full of crap.

  • Scott in SC

    They keep us distracted to stuff their pockets. They keep us terrified to steal our liberty.

  • Scott in SC

    FYI – Gary Johnson will be on Washington Journal (C-span 1) at 8:30 this morning.

  • eddie47d

    Although I don’t put much faith in the FBI or SWAT teams what Bob mentioned is real but very isolated. It’s like a dog isn’t dangerous until it bites you and then you become paranoid about all dogs.

    • s c

      Dear Comrade ‘e,’ it is obvious that you are quite willing to do and say anything to protect the Anointed Fakir/Con Artiste/Yahoo. At what point will you be forced to submit to a mental competence exam? Never before in the history of the world have there been so many willing stooges and lemmings in a single country who are lined up to praise and adore their new ‘God’ – at ANY cost.
      I’m not aware of any local WWII Nazi survivors, or I’d ask them how people like you compare to what happened in Germany so many years ago. Ye gods, comrade ‘e,’ have you NO self-respect? The nation is crumbling, and you dare to be delusional 24/7 and “content.” Pathetic! Have your parents told you to stay away and change your name?

  • Warrior

    Cute dog. One thing is for sure, “yorkies” are little terrorists. At first he didn’t appreciate when my wife would “waterboard” him, but he is now use to it.

    I remember in 1942 when we cracked the nazi code. We celebrated and then announced it to the world. We were so proud.

    Don’t you believe gubmint should “spike the football” when they have successes?

    • Robert Smith

      Yup, “Mission Accomplished”

      Play flight suit and all!



      • Meteorlady

        So my cousin is a Navy Seal. He said that if Obama would not have jumped to take credit they could have rounded up a few more people who were high up. All they needed was one week. Instead, Obama crowed about “his” accomplishment which made most of the intell they got worthless as the terrorist fled to other safe places.

        Then add this latest plot if it was one… and he’s done it again. Instead of keeping quiet he blast it out. Now the intell that the infiltrator (if this is really a true story and I haven’t seen proof of that) had is worthless again.

    • Dave

      I assume you are referring to the “Ultra” secret (the breaking of the German and Japanese codes in WWII). This was known by more than 3,500 people who did not say one word about it until 1985 when the US government declassified it.

  • Dick in PA

    I can’t wait to see the security lines at the airport when they find an explosive suppository – those private booths will be so comforting. And ya know . . . most of the sheeples will bend and bare it if it saves one life. What is life without liberty?

  • Chester

    Laugh and hooraah all you want, but all those things are very much possibilities, and when you have an enemy who doesn’t think twice about how many civilians he kills, you have to expect some of this to come forward sooner or later. What I worry about is the sooner, as it only takes about three people to have an internal bomb, the bomb maker, a surgeon, and someone willing to die for the cause.

    • Buster the Anatolian

      Guess we will just have to shoot every dog, cat, toddler, harddrive, person in a wheel chair, and babe in arms we see. Then we will be safe at least until a new way to conciel a bomb comes up. Oh*hell just kill everyone and all the pets then there will be no worries at all.

      • Rebecca

        Well, Chester… then if all those things are possible WHY did Obumble say that the War on Terror is over and has ordered our National Security aimed at US… Americans who want only to be FREE and live by the Constitution. He is leading this terror. The last three years has been like living the 28 years of abuse from my EX !!! VERBAL, EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL and MONETARY Abuse ! Think about it. :(

      • Donald Chambliss

        So th terrorists know we are screening all passengers. Why not blow up the departure lines or pull up in a truck loaded with bombs at any airport. There are reasons for the boarding lines being checked and I have a thought that it might be insurance premiums for the plane itself, not us. Think about it!

      • BHO

        HUSH you! Don’t tell them our plans…

    • Scott in SC

      Over 40,000 people in the U.S. died last year in motor vehicle accidents. Should we ban automobiles? Except for the govt. of course.

    • Brent Gosslinh

      I think you are missing the main point Chester… WHY THE HELL are we making enemies of the peoples of foreign countries anyway? Should we not just let Canadians (and Iraqis and Afghanis etc.,) be good neighbors and treat them as such, not wanting to force them into our way of thinking, thereby creating all sorts of reasons for them to want to behave badly by killing more of us??? We need to exterminate those in this administration who are all too eager to keep the military industrial complex alive and well, at the cost of and to the detriment of all those who call the United States home.

      • Nancy in Nebraska

        I used to think of America in terms of it’s citizens. I couldn’t imagine why anyone would hate us. I have since learned of many things that our government has done (that we were not aware of) and now I do understand why they hate us. I wish that they could know that our government has not been representing who we are. I wish they could know that we were unaware of what our government was doing. I wish they could know that we are victims of our government just as they are victims of their’s. I wish they could know that the American people would NEVER support the terrorist dictators that were killing their innocent people. I wish they could know that we thought that we were protecting them. I wish they could know that we thought that the money we sent to their countries was helping to feed their hungry and not going to their dictators to amass armies against them. I wish they could know that we thought we were good. I WISH THEY COULD KNOW!

      • Brad

        Sure Brent good Iidea. Then the UN can just take over right here in America. We better prop up all reserved military in our neighborhoods to protect us from Obama and the UN.

        I can see frommany of the post here in this blog that their are many of you who did not read this article posted here up towards the begining of this blog. You best read it carefully.

    • Jody L

      Life under the iron curtain isn’t life at all. And THAT’S what’s coming sooner rather that later.

    • Nancy in Nebraska

      Chester, Benjamin Franklin said it best: “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither safety nor liberty”.
      I refuse to give up my liberty for the ILLUSION of safety. Our government cannot protect us from everything that the enemy might think of. How much are you willing to give up for them to try?
      Frankly, I believe that we have more to fear from our own government than we do from any terrorist. I would much rather believe that our government is good and looks out for us but that ship has sailed. There is too much evidence to ignore that our own government has been responsible for many of the acts of terror. As long as the people are living in fear, the government can take away our rights and take control over us. After all, like they tell us “it is for our own good”. I’d rather take my chances with the terrorists!

      • Mary

        … and BHO thinks conservatives ARE the enemy! Pegged it right four years ago when he said that all we have to do is get rid of FOXNetwork. Truth is so inconvenient to his Marxist goals.

      • Scott in SC

        Exactly right Nancy,
        the historical proof is irrefutable. In the 20th century alone governments have been responsible for 200 million murders. And the blueprint is always the same. Beware of those bad guys over there they want to harm you, but if you give us all the power to make all the decisions we will protect you.

      • raw

        Not only do foreigners NOT see us the way we really are, but we don’t see them the way they really are either, & for the same reasons – all the medias are biased. Only way to find out is to travel – that’s what I did, & discovered that the people are extremely friendly & understanding. We’re all alike, it’s the politicians we should be hating for turning us all against each other.

      • KTCole

        As a young Army lieutenant in Germany, I once was in a restaurant at closing time. The owner’s daughter brought out her guitar and drinks were on the house. There was a guy in the corner who didn’t want to join us because he said he didn’t like Americans. I asked him what he didn’t like about Americans. He replied that he didn’t like US policies. I then asked him if he took personal responsibility for Germany’s policies. He said he did not. Finally, I said, you can’t really expect to hold me responsible for US policy, can you? I don’t like Americans much either if we’re talking about policies. He joined us and we had a good time together. I’m with you, Nancy.

    • DaveH

      Life is dangerous, Chester. None of us will get out of it alive. They could put us all in rubber rooms to protect us. Then we may or may not live any longer, but — It would sure seem like it.
      Why don’t you cowardly people seek personal solutions and leave the rest of us alone?

  • Rebecca

    I thought he said that the War on Terror was OVER !!! This is one crazy man inventing some wild things. BE VERY VERY CAREFUL who you vote for in November.

  • Big’M

    You know Chester, you sound pretty Brainwashed, Think you should wake up and see who the REAL TERRORISTS ARE, Really?

  • BiMargaret

    Next time I see a Cute Little Doggy headed towards me, I am Going to be VERY VERY AFRAID !!!!!!

  • Lawrence

    Just one more trick to keep the sheeples minds off the misery Obama has created with his marxist policies and create a soviet America.

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    • DaveH

      Yep, Leaders in both major parties are feathering their own nests at the rest of our expense. Our Founders were wise enough to know the typical self-serving leanings of Government Leaders, but most of us have had that knowledge Propagandized right out of our heads.

  • KTCole

    I have to say that I really don’t give a hoot who is building bombs and how they are likely to be deployed. There is an element of risk in everything we do and we cannot throw enough money at terrorism to make it go away. This whole Homeland Security nonsense just means that the terrorists have won. Did we forget that the 911 attacks were focused as much on the financial sector as on our government? How much money have the terrorists cost us? Increased travel and other expenses, in addition to several military actions throughout the world, are the direct result of the 911 attacks. Our current economic and social crises also are at least partially a result of those attacks. How much bizarre inconvenience and embarrassment have so called enhanced airport security measures cost travelers? Personally, I avoid flying, not because I am afraid of being blown out of the sky by some bozo with exploding panties or with exploding puppies, but because I don’t want my personal property or my body cavities examined. Also, I don’t want to wait in long lines after having paid way too much for the privilege of traveling, only to find myself a captive of overpriced airport vendors while waiting around for a couple of hours for my flight to board.

    • vicki

      We can not throw enough money at terrorism to make it go away but there IS something we can do.

      We win the war individually. By NOT being afraid.

      • DaveH

        I wonder how many of the propagandized readers will be afraid to read that article?

      • vicki

        For this we can only show them the door. THEY must open it.

    • Dave

      Some of the most peaceful places are cemeteries!

    • Meteorlady

      Some simple solutions to security would be to SEAL THE BORDERS. We have not done that and even our Homeland Security reports that terrorists countries are sending people to South America and Mexico to get training on how to integrate into our society. They reported in 2010 that over 17,500 people from know terrorist producing countries entered via the southern borders. That’s there estimate – so how many got through without counting?

      I live in Texas and our borders are like a sieve. if the Mexican drug cartels can get weapons and drugs back and forth across the border, think what a terrorist or multiple terrorists could bring.

  • box-bb-car

    Actually am surprised it took them this long to come up with the surgical implantation idea. This has been a matter of discussion in a group of us here for at least 7 years. (Discussed in person, never online as we considered it a credible option). There are plenty of things that could be done with everyday materials, which if they decided to attack, would be very difficult to detect or defend against.
    I agree that much of the warnings are used to drum up support of task. However, task is borderline worthless. We should be looking for terrorists, not weapons. Take a page from the isrealis.

    • Wildey

      Of course we should be aware of terrorist. With our meddling in other peoples problems the government creates them doesn’t it? It’s a win win for them. The Military, Terror Industrial Complex (M&TIC) encourages this stuff because it’s necessary for business. Meantime the government has the people giving it more and more power to put us in bondage.

      The government is petrified its wiles will be found out. Notice how interest in mortgages keeps dropping, in government backed loans. The government needs collateral for all the FRN’s it’s printing and it needs it fast. Your house is targeted as government collateral.The magicians want us look at one hand while it does its mischief with the other. They want us looking for bogeymen, not checking with our accountant

      Terror: Hitler had the Poles and Czechs to create terror in Germany and “the” government has Muslims to create their terror. The Poles, Czechs and Jews helped put a tyrant in place in Germany and the Muslims are helping put a tyrant in place here. What a threesum, the M&TIC, the Federal Reserve and our elected and appointed officials.

      Better not take out lady fingers this 4th of July or somebody will be running to government.

      • DaveH

        How convenient it is for Government to have the ability to create the need for its services. It is every business person’s dream.

  • Sirian

    Good article – very possible if not actually taking place. But, I have a question related to one reference you’ve pointed out by link. The reference link/point that I’m referring to is for Paul Craig Roberts article, “Does The West Have A Future?”. Reasonable article with several points of concern. Yet when reviewing PCR’s various contributions to other media outlets what really caught my eye is the numerous times he has carried out interviews with “Russia Today”. 76 to be exact. With RT being funded by the Kremlin doesn’t that alone make it’s level of truthfulness very questionable? In turn, should it not raise a question as to the actual intent of PCR? To what purpose is he contributing as much as he is to this media outlet from the former Soviet Union? RT is just as much involved in the Matrix as any other, is it not? With it airing subject matter in conjunction with al-Jazeera from time to time, should it be taken as seriously as may be expected as well as many do? To what degree does RT actually produce verifiable truth in matters of concern – The West – that could be accepted in full? Am I possibly a fool not seeing the light that comes fluidly out of Russia’s “alternative news source” – congratulations to Putins re-election?? – or could it be another clever maneuver on Russia’s part to slowly but surly manipulate the public sentiment, ideologically, targeting the U.S., UK and many others? With the power a former KGB agent now has, once again, is it absurd to even wonder?

    • Bob Livingston

      Dear Sirian,

      You are right to question the credibility of RT. Do you also question the credibility of US state-run media organizations (all major media organizations owned by about 8 corporations at last count)? I have often quoted RT when I have found their information accurate. What I have found is they often give voice to views alternative to the US state-run media. Dr. Roberts has been close to the seat of power (under Reagan) and he knows where the bodies are buried. What separates him from others is his willingness to dig them up. He has written about this has cost him many “friends” in Washington. But you won’t see him on corporate media because he makes them uncomfortable. RT often quotes Gerald Celente, but his forecasts are always spot-on. RT also gives voice to Austrian economists of note, putting out a counterbalance with the Keynesians we get from the US corporate media whores.

      Question everything, but don’t be so foolish as to automatically dismiss something simply because it comes from RT.

      Best wishes,

      • vicki

        Well said Mr. Livingston.

      • Sirian

        Thank you for this info. and oh yes, I most certainly question the credibility of state run media outlets. He who doesn’t is more of a fool than realized. Please don’t take me wrong, I’m not discounting RCP entirely – no, I read his bio and others opinions on him also. His letter of thanks from President Reagan is nothing to sneeze at – far from! It simply seemed somewhat odd that he was showing up more on RT than any other major news outlet for interviews. Or so it appears. That and that alone is what triggered the questions in my mind that I had posed to you. To be quite honest I’ve seldom, if hardly at all, turned to RT for any information. It had always struck me as a very questionable source, especially since Putin has his hand in the works of it too no doubt. Again, I fully understand the “8” media corps problem but Thank God there are a few left that are worthwhile. If that were not the case then I wouldn’t have been here to question. Personally, Personal Liberty Digest is by all means one of those few!
        Thank you, truly appreciate it.

      • DaveH

        Indeed, Sirian, the words of all Leaders should be taken with a grain of salt, as should be the words of anybody with a vested interest in the outcome they seek. All we can do is learn as much as possible, and then sort through that which is logical and that which is not from our own personal experiences and education.
        But we really don’t need much knowledge at all to realize that the inclination of Big Government is to feather their own nests. It is just human nature. We all want what’s best for us. But only Government has been granted (foolishly) the Power of Force to achieve what’s best for themselves at the rest of our expense.
        So, conspiracies or not, I advocate a major shrinkage of Government and putting control of peoples’ lives into their own hands — Liberty.

  • Andrew C

    I say we just give Obama one of the dogs for lunch.

    • raw

      I say we just fee 0bama to the dogs…

      • Oneguess

        Dog for dog.

  • Wildey

    It’s nothing new, creating fear to round up the people to the governments agenda. Hitler used fear of the Poles to build up his SS, Wehrmacht and Gestapo. If a german wouldn’t join in to save the country from the Poles and Czechs they were considered a coward. His suspicions of the Zionist lead to his branding all Jews as Zionist and he created a fear of them on the part of all germans as well.

    The only thing new is the history you haven’t read yet. The tactics being used on Americans are as old as mankind itself. You afraid? Go to government, it’ll “protect” you. Why are you afraid? Because government is creating conditions to make you afraid. Look at the blatant lies that got us to invade the soveregign country of Iraq. “Mushroom clouds”, my A**. It’s true that our meddling in other countries affairs is causing them to take actions against us. President Washington told us that would happen. “When you see things happening in politics, you can bet the don’t happen. They’re planned that way”..FDR. What’s happening in America is like reading the last pages of a novel. Read it and everything simply falls in place as expected. I’d read John 3:16. Those last pages have to do with your life.

    • vicki

      Go to 3:50 for the beginning of the description of how hitler and many others use chaos to secure their power.

      The entire video is really good though so I strongly suggest you watch the whole video. It is only ~10 min long

      • Brad

        Very good video Vicki, Kind of sums it up to what is happening right here does it not?

  • Capitalist at Birth

    The T.S.A. is Obama’s national police force. Mark my words, and prepare for the worst case scenario. If you think I am crazy and do not head my advice, it will be at your own peril.

  • Don W

    Whilst I can understand some of the comments and in deed the article itself, all should remember that there are some very nasty and quite sick people out there whose one aim is to do as much damage as they can to the Western people. The more they can kill or maim the happier they will be, I am sure I do not have remind readers about New York and London or the attacks in Spain or Bali, the list is getting longer and will get longer if we are not vigilant.

    • Bob Livingston

      Dear Don W,

      You are not paying attention. I suggest you read the article and the links provided. Better yet, read my article coming out Monday, “The Lies You’re Told.”

      Best wishes,

      • raw

        I’d rather take my chances up against John Q Public anyday rather than face what the gov’t has in store for us…

      • Brad

        I agree Bob no one takes the time to read the links provided. Have you seen Dick Morris’s video today?

      • Meteorlady

        Isn’t Dick Morris the Clinton guy that was caught toe sucking? Hmmmmmm…… funny how he changed his spots….

  • MJB

    “Those that would give up an ounce of Liberty for the sake of even temporary security deserve NEITHER” – Ben Franklin

  • ;Richard Muszynski

    greetings. i note it is mentioned that it started with 9/11. i also noted that no one said anything about the government not allowing our forensic experts to examine the wreckage and determine exactly how it happened. all we got was government told us that the Moslems did it. I recall in the news the FBI saying that there was no evidence that they had anything to do with it. I still contend that if it was a actual suicide attack on America they would be much more choosy on the target. why ram a nearly deserted office building that was going to be torn down anyway? there was a much more politically important target sitting right off shore, the Statue of Liberty. ram that and you attack the nation, The statue is a symbol of what our country once was, the world trade center was simply a failed economic building whose life was about over anyway. what kind of terrorist statement is that? note also that right across a little water from New York City in the harbor is the Liquified gas terminal where LPG is transferred from special commercial vessels built to handle the liquid petroleum gas from the middle east to America. there was a report put out by the FBI years ago about terrorist targets. the FBI said that if a suicide attack was made on either the tranfer terminal, the loaded sea going cargo ships at anchor waiting their turn to unload, or the storage facilities ashore where the gas was stored and later piped to fuel New York. which has no natural gas source and has to import the gas. if one of the vessels was detonated it would detonate all of them like a string of firecrackers. light one and they all go. natural liquid petroleum gas’s are very sensitive and a explosion would give the others near it the sympathic explosion reaction. they would simply explode and take out all of the storage facility and the loaded vessels waiting to unload as well. it was stated that the explosion would be much more then the amount of damage done by the atomic bombs we dropped on Japan in 1945. and the fire ball from it would have destroyed New York city and a big portion of New Jersey as well. the FBI study and warning were not super secret, they were published in mass circulation magazines of the time. If I were a suicidal terrorist wanting to hurt the U.S. I would most certainly hit the highest damage target and not a near empty office building in the city. and it would not have taken a mass highjacking of passenger planes to do it. a small boat with a ship to ship missile on it could simply come in and shoot the missile into one of the loaded carriers in the harbor. one tank of the gas going off would be all it would take, be like lighting the fuse on the first firecracker in a long string of firecrackers. also note even now, all these years after 9/11 the government still will not allow a actual investigation of the event. they even had the wreckage declared a historical site and surrounded by national guard and barbed wire, then the steel beams sold as scrap and the concrete from the buildings crushed and sent to China for land fill. if we are going to be afraid then it is plain who we have to be afraid of. our own leaders, not the Moslems in the third world nations living in the past.

    • vicki

      Remember a little town called Waco, Texas?

      Remember a President who proposed a shining city on a hill?

      The hiding of evidence has been going on for a LOOOOOONG time.

      It is just that some of us have chosen the red pill and now are trying to warn the rest.

      Even some of the Presidents who were not assassinated have tried to warn of the “military/industrial comlex” I.E. Crony Capitalism.

  • GILLYSROOMS from Australia

    They used to say that 50% of advertising does not work but you never knew which half worked and the same goes with political news ….so advertisers, politicians and public servants are in the business of staying alive, keeping their jobs and generating income from whatever sources.

    So the news media keep making up more stories and the law enforcement and would-be dictators want more overtime, the military are worried of losing income and authority as they move out of war zones, but the reality is you cant take chances with terrorism and you have to pay these people to STOP terrorism from happening just like insurance premiums. When there is no fire, many people feel they are paying money without return.

    The reality is you still have your comfy lifestyle to enjoy, but the anti terror operatives are risking their lives with not only the terrorists but the huge stress they are put under every day on the possibility of being blown up by a terorist. The tax you pay is worth it believe me, so IMO you should not complain. Stress shortens lives and can kill too. What price do you put on Stress.?

    Let me give you an idea of what may happen in the USA in the creation of news with big headlines as they may have occurred in Australia..

    The goings on in the UK with the police and politicians in the UK may IMO be only the tip of the iceberg because in Australia or the State of Victoria … the News Ltd group donated a $1,000,000 Helicopter to the Victoria Police out of the goodness of their hearts and not because they might have expected to get news scoops direct from some police who might like to get promotions because they where getting a high profile in crime detection in the State of Victoria by having their names and faces shown on TV and in their newspapers…but i could be wrong of Where they might highlight alleged petty crimes with HUGE HEADLINES without risk of retaliation from real known criminals by ignoring the bigger crimes against the public health occuring in full public view a few feet away. Does this occur in the US of A?

  • RichE

    Teaching Muslims Islam. I wonder what would happen if Christianity was taught in the proper way.

    Afghan Goal: Toning Down The Radical Preachers

    Abdul Malik Zeyaee, a senior ministry official, says that imams — many of whom are appointed by the ministry — will get three strikes if they incite violence.

    First they get a warning, and then a dismissal from the post. And finally, if they keep preaching, a visit from Afghanistan’s security services.

    The minister of religious affairs later said the policy was not so clear cut, but imams around Kabul are already talking about it.

    Only a fraction of the 100,000 mosques in Afghanistan are officially registered, so the impact of the new rule is not clear. But it demonstrates the level of concern — which is shared by the White House.

    If Islam is being taught in the proper way … it’s very obvious that the religion rejects terrorism.

    - Rashad Hussain, Obama administration envoy who has been meeting with Muslim clerics in Afghanistan
    “If Islam is being taught in the proper way … it’s very obvious that the religion rejects terrorism,” says Rashad Hussain, the Obama administration’s special envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

    • Wildey

      Muslims are no different than anybody else. Attack them and they will fight back or as Ron Paul said..Because we’re over there, they’re over here. “Christian” nations have a much worse record when it comes to invading other nations. Iran hasn’t invaded anybody in over 300 years. The Zionists? Even Bush called them occupiers.

      Again, this is not the topic. We’re discussing the American people being terrorized by the people’s government. Is it happening? YES in my opinion.

      • RichE

        Terrorist bombing is the subject. How is getting terrorists not to bomb not part of the subject?

      • DaveH

        Imagine you had a very powerful neighbor who dominated your life and was in bed with the Government so they ignored his trespasses against you. Would you desire to play “fair” with that neighbor?

    • Wildey

      We saw what would happen if Christianity was taught the proper way. What was Christian America? People of all races, religions and nations flocked to our shores. Read the legend on the Statue of Liberty. Muslims, Hindus and everybody else saw what Christianity was. It offered LIBERTY to all, Now? Adams said… “This consitution is for the governance of religious (christian) and moral people. It is UNFIT for the governance of anyother”. John Adams was a Minister.

      • DaveH

        Religion has been used throughout history as a way for Leaders to manipulate their subjects. To be Moral and respect your fellow human being’s personal choices does not require adherence to an organized religion.

    • Jay

      RichE says: I wonder what would happen if Christianity was taught in the proper way.

      You know something we don;t know RichE, or are you just clueless? Perhaps a liar! Do you honestly think that you are fooling anyone, with your less-then-honest inquiries? Of all the left-wing posters on this site, you, are one the most, insidious of all liars! Anyone with a smidgen of honesty, and intellectual acumen knows full well, and will admit, as a result of unbiased observation, that there is indeed a war on Christianity.

      Not only are you dishonest, you are pathetic, in that you take no care in disguising your intent, which is most evident, and parade your silliness as one of the depraved frith column, infatuated with another’s phallus

      While the war on Christianity in America and persecution of Christians has not yet reached the feverish pitch of persecution as it has in other parts of the world, there is a battle being waged.

      There is still a Constitution in America that protects them and allows them to freely practice their faith. But, broiling beneath the surface, the same hatred of God that exists in other parts of the world is festering in all our institutions. Slowly, methodically, and incrementally the anti-God forces are working to remove that Constitutional barrier and replace it with the 10 Planks of Communism.

      It is important to recognize that those engaged in the war on Christianity, working for the dissolution of our society and breakdown of the family have a spiritual agenda.

      They are not merely attempting to dismantle the historic cultural values of this nation and move us toward a new world order. They also want to destroy Christianity and Bible-based religion. It is a clear part of their agenda, and they have already moved a long way in that direction.

      God hating zealots include people like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Zbig Brzezinsky, and the other politicos, European Royalty, world bankers and CEO’s of multinational corporations who are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg group and the Trilateral Commission. Their stated plan is to have a one world government which is opposed to God and Christ.

      In America it is called ‘secularism’ and is becoming visible in all walks of life and in all our institutions. Numerous legislative and legal battles which I’ll discuss below attest to the fact that religious warfare is taking place.

      Our entertainment industry and the news media sneer at anyone who defends Jesus Christ in public and have been leading a propaganda war of stereotyping Christians into a subordinate class. Their distortions reflect a genuine misunderstanding of who Christians are and what they believe.

      Americas’ mainstream news media ignores conservative and Christian news events, except when coverage makes religious leaders look “cold, intolerant and oppressive,” says Washington, D.C.’s Media Research Center. Their coverage of the anti-christian agenda is all but ignored and rarely reported on. Of course, that is understandable when you realize they are part of the anti-christian cabal and have agreed not to cover what is discussed at the globalist meetings they attend .

      Though most Americans believe in God and regularly attend religious services, “religion and religious issues are hardly ever mentioned, much less covered, on network television morning, evening and magazine shows,” said the center’s chairman Brent Bozell. He said that the center has surveyed more than 18,000 nightly news shows broadcast by ABC, CBS, NBC, the Cable News Network and the Public Broadcasting Service, but found only 212 stories that focused on religion.

      That amounts to 1 percent of coverage although 52 percent of Americans say they attend church and more than 90 percent say that they pray regularly.

      Network coverage of abortion and homosexuality “are never done from the religious viewpoint,” Bozell said. Instead, “religious figures are regularly portrayed as reactionary roadblocks while their positive influences are rarely covered.”

      Except at Christmastime, when the networks traditionally broadcast “heartwarming” segments in their broadcasts, the news shows usually portray religious groups and their leaders “as cold, intolerant and oppressive,” Bozell said. ["TV news broadcasters unfair to Christians, says research center," Christian Crusade, April 1994]

      The federal government abridges the free exercise of religion in America by:

      Regulating churches and other religious organizations through its tax laws.

      Limiting religious liberty in the area of public and private education.

      Forbidding non-denominational prayer in public schools and at educational ceremonies.

      Excluding the Bible from school classrooms and from other school property.

      Refusing to permit the religious displays on public property, such as Christmas and Chanukah.

      Navy Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt was punished by a commander for offering sectarian prayers at a memorial service for a fallen sailor.

      Possibly the most sinister battlefield in the war on Christianity takes place in the classroom. The Ten Commandments have been prohibited on school bulletin boards and most forms of prayer have been declared unconstitutional in the nation’s schools, even that which is student initiated.

      Atheists and others who hate God despises Christians who help others come to a saving knowledge of Christ. They are determined to battle those who would help immature Christians — particularly Christian children — grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.

      Increasingly, our children are discriminated against for trying to present their Christian convictions in school.

      In 1997 U.S. District Court Judge Ira DeMent struck down a law that required schools to allow voluntary student-initiated prayers at school events, saying it created excessive state entanglement in religion. He ordered the end to school-sponsored religious activities, such as prayers during morning announcements and at school events even though it isn’t forced on students.

      A high school student in Florida was suspended for handing out religious literature before and after – but not during – school hours. Two high school students in Texas were told by their principal they could not wear rosaries. The Principal claimed that they were symbols of gang activity, even though the boys were not involved in any gang.

      In 2002, music teachers in Michigan, Maryland, and Virginia didn’t allow students to perform traditional carols like “Silent Night” and “The First Noel” during Chrismas. A

      New Jersey public school banned the Charles Dickens play, “A Christmas Carol” because of its spiritual overtones and message of redemption.

      So, RichE, you were saying?

      • Karolyn

        To people of faith none of this should matter because it’s what’s in one’s heart that matters, no t what’s written on a chalkboard or spoken in a group. If you lived where I live (the Bible Belt), you would have the opposite problem – being afraid to say you’re NOT a Christian. Most recently, when a child told his teacher he was an atheist, she told him he’d be wise to keep it quiet.

  • Lynda Ehrich

    Hey guys…I totally agree that our government puts out a lot of propaganda so that we will become terrified and beg them for more ways for them to control us. But…I’m 62, and I did a lot of volunteer work for Agent Orange of New Jersey, and I got to know a lot of Viet Nam vets and their families. Booby-trapping babies and dogs was not unusual. It’s horrible, it’s inhumane…and it happened.

    • Wildey

      Viet Nam was no different than other unconstituional war. We used phosphorous bombs, mines, flame throwers etc. and they used what they had. What’s the difference between an F-16 bombing your house and a road side bomb blowing up your vehicle. Terror’s terror, no matter who does it.

      Now we’re talking about the people’s government using every means they can to terrorize the people. It is a fact, more people are put in some sort of bondage by their own government than any invading army. That’s why Jefferson put the 2nd Amendment into the Constitution.

      • DaveH

        Good points, Wildey.
        I also fear my own Government much more than I fear an invasion from another country.

  • Lynda Ehrich

    Oops, that was Agent Orange VICTIMS of New Jersey!

  • dcjdavis

    Possible. Probable, even, at least part of the time. Bombs or not, our own government scares me more than the peoples of any other.

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  • http://PersonalLibertyDigest John Williams

    The reason that they claim the war on terror is over and that we have had no attacks since Obama took office; the suprise is that Obama is the terror attack. The sheet heads are just killing time and waiting for him to finish the job he started 31/2 years ago, the total destruction of America.

  • wth44

    … and all Peter King can say is “It’s really, to me, unfortunate that this has gotten out, because this could really interfere with operations overseas.” The MSM was reporting this as a real and credible threat and that is all he can say?

    “Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” -Sir Walter Scott

  • orples

    Great article. Spot on, and sad, but true. Our Government will go to any extremes to control us, it seems. I hope the people will wake up soon and stand behind Rand Paul to put an end to the TSA.

  • Thinking About

    Seems as cognitive dissonance still prevails, I hear stories of FEMA camps, terror stories coming from Homeland Security, they gonna take our guns and hear of reports of foiled terrorist plots. It is all in attempting to bring fear to all and we know it is not all true. No, we do not live in the same world our parents grew up in, travel by air allows us to move many miles faster than we used to and with 24 hour news service it seems stories are not verified properly, too much trust is placed in YouTube and mostly whatever one wants to produce and information is never verified. If we continue to tell lies then some will believe anything. If something sounds too good to be true then maybe it is just another lie, if something sounds bad and this is what we want to hear then some believe it also. It is more cognitive dissonance, get some to believe long enough to get a donation.

    • DaveH

      Nice try, TA, but it is you and your kind that have the cognitive dissonance and ignore signs all around them.
      No doubt you would have scoffed in 1900 when people warned that Government was growing out of control (spending about 3% of our GDP). Yet now they spend over 40% of our GDP.
      We wiser people want to stop it before it’s too late. Once those warnings all become fact, it will be darn near impossible to get our Freedom back. Ask the Cubans.

    • Meteorlady

      Not sure about other on this site, but I get my news from various sources. Most of the time I find a story interesting and I follow it all over the internet until I have some sort of truth.

      You are correct though…. Herman Cain was accused without proof. His accusers were questionable, but they got him out of the race. Now Romney is accused of “bullying” and the family of the person involved doesn’t remember anything about it, and doesn’t want their family used for political reasons. So what happens? The Washington Post runs an 11 page story about it when they have no proof whatsoever and never interviewed the family of the man that was bullied.

  • Kay

    Lol! This is becoming quite comical! Nice to have some comic relief amid all the bad news.

    • DaveH

      Must be a Liberal.

  • Meteorlady

    So – where is the PROOF that there was ever an underwear bomb plot? I know that someone infiltrated, but why would they pull him out so that they knew that there was intelligence out there and they closed ranks and moved on.

    A viable story would have been that they found the underwear bomb on a dead terrorist…

    Meanwhile we are letting Muslims immigrate here, come on visas for trips and they are crossing out borders because they are like a sieve. Doesn’t make sense to me anymore.

    • Brad

      it is all part of their plan to make us submit to a One World Order


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