Sunday, February 13, 2011
Time Out For Contemplation
What is really going on here?
Brotherhood of Darkness
Shocking, connect-the-dots exposé of globalist plot
Why are groups like the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergers -- groups whose members are obviously powerful with connections to wealth and political influence -- never the subject of the evening news?
Something's happening here.
Find out what in Dr. Stanley Monteith's blockbuster exposé, Brotherhood of Darkness.
Is there a grand conspiracy at work to move the world toward global government and a universal religion?
Who or what is actually behind these sinister forces?
Dr. Stanley Monteith, a medical doctor by training, set out on a mission to answer those questions some 40 years ago. The results of his startling research is this amazing, little book, a shocking exposé that shines the light of day on the secret societies some of which have been at work on the world stage for centuries.
"Most people don't realize they exist because their minds have been conditioned to reject any thought of such organizations," explains Monteith.
American Patrol Report Comment
Glenn Spencer has been a regular guest on Dr. Monteith's radio shows for more than ten years. "Dr. Stan knows of which he speaks," Spencer said.
|Orlando Sentinel sc
Cops: Manager for VA contractor may have helped hide illegals
Illegal [alien] workers found hiding in the ceiling structure of the new VA Medical Center at Lake Nona likely had help in evading an earlier search by investigators, according to a police report released today. -- The report also sheds light on what led agents with federal ICE, who had visited the construction site during daylight Wednesday...
Almost 700 pounds of marijuana seized
A chase near Harlingen led to one arrest and a seizure of almost 700 pounds of marijuana. -- Leroy Quezada Jr. was arrested Wednesday afternoon by U.S. Border Patrol agents and was turned over to the Drug Enforcement Administration whose agents charged him with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute... [See Crime Watch]
|Arizona Republic -- Phoenix
Feds drop two charges against Jared Loughner
Up against criminal-court procedural deadlines, prosecutors in the Jared Loughner case dropped two federal murder charges from the original complaint filed against the Tucson-area shooting suspect. -- They will almost certainly reappear in a new indictment against Loughner expected sometime before his March 9 court hearing in Tucson... [See Gabrielle Giffords shot]
|Bob Herbert -- New York Times
When democracy weakens
As the throngs celebrated in Cairo, I couldn't help wondering about what is happening to democracy here in the United States. I think it's on the ropes. We're in serious danger of becoming a democracy in name only. -- While millions of ordinary Americans are struggling with unemployment and declining standards of living, the levers of real power have been all but completely commandeered by the financial and corporate elite... [See Obama Watch & NWO Treason Watch]
|Talking Points Memo
Feckless Feds may allow TVU students to stay
Students duped in the Tri-Valley University scam were given some relief on Thursday after ICE officials announced guidelines that may enable them to stay in the U.S. to finish their studies. The students, 95 percent of which were Indian nationals, will not be automatically deported as they initially feared...
|Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner Connie Mack
Counterinsurgency needed at US-Mexico border, says lawmaker
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano's recent visit to the U.S.-Mexican border was less than admirable, according to many law enforcement commanders. She accused them and others of exaggerating the danger and violence within border states such as Arizona, California and New Mexico...
|Argentina Star -- Sydney, NSW
Italy warns of immigration 'emergency'
Italy has warned of a looming immigration "emergency" and appealed for European Union assistance as coast guards intercept hundreds of undocumented immigrants sailing from Tunisia. Weary-looking immigrants were given blankets and checked out by health officials as they stepped off dilapidated fishing boats on Friday on the tiny island of Lampedusa...
Tom Tancredo: Muslim immigrants spread Sharia law
Though CPAC ruffled some feathers by bringing pro-gay GOProud into the tent, such social inclusiveness didn't extend very far. Taking center stage on immigration were the Republicans' biggest flamethrowers, who issued dire warnings about the evils that immigrants could inflict upon the US...
|From the Trenches World Report sc Roger Barnett
Rancher's Constitutional rights flushed down the toilet
Our Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, and just about any right to protect our homes from illegal activity from dangerous bordering countries have just been thrown out the window, thanks to the clowns who sit on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, an activist court that has been tearing apart our constitutional authority for years, and needs to be brought back into control. They have literally gone too far this time...
|The Collegian -- CSU Fresno, Calif.
Ramirez takes more heat at ASI meeting
Wednesday's Associated Students, Inc. meeting picked up where it left off two weeks ago, with ASI President Pedro Ramirez [an admitted illegal alien] as the topic of discussion. Ramirez was absent from the meeting due to an "academic commitment," but the controversy that has surrounded him lately was unmistakably present.
|Linda Brickman -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.
Action Alert!: Arizona under siege
Governor, Senators, and Members of the House of Representatives: On February 8, I came by each of your offices and left with your respective assistant's a package containing information regarding HB 2582 and SCR 1010. -- The highly publicized terrorist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, have for years been creeping into our American culture...
Fired ICE agent Voorhis sues former colleagues
Cory Voorhis, the federal immigration agent fired amidst a heated political imbroglio, has filed suit against three supervisors at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency. -- In the suit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Denver, Voorhis alleges that his former boss, Anthony Rouco, and two senior agents in ICE's internal-investigations office...
Open-borders crowd irked about Brewer's SB1070 countersuit
Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona announced on February 10 that the state of Arizona will introduce several counterclaims against the US government in the ongoing litigation over SB 1070, Arizona's [immigration enforcement] law. --- "Arizona's counterclaim against the United States is a political stunt designed to distract from the reality that SB 1070's attempt to mandate racial profiling is unconstitutional..."
|Sierra Vista (Arizona) Herald / Review
Sheriffs say feds being unrealistic
A pair of outspoken Arizona sheriffs said if the state does not lead the way, the federal government will eventually kowtow to those who want immigration reform without securing the border. -- Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever said the state is under attack by the ACLU and the U.S. Department of Justice for attempting to address what is a federal responsibility when it comes to the border...
Illegal alien father charged with murder in boys' deaths
A father stabbed his three young boys and himself multiple times and then tried to blame the crimes on the boyfriend of the children's mother, Gwinnett County police said Saturday. -- Two of the boys, 3-year-old Bradley Garcia and 1-year-old Edward Garcia, were found Wednesday evening in the basement apartment of a home near Lawrenceville... [More of Obama's pet fiends]
|Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald
Counties will join with feds to battle illegal immigration
Pending legislation that would require Georgia employers to verify the citizenship of everyone they hire isn't the state's first effort to control illegal [aliens]. -- By the end of 2012, every county in Georgia will join the Secure Communities Program, an ICE initiative that allows local law enforcement agencies to search...
|New York Times
At gathering, Ron Paul is Number 1 for 2012
...Representative Ron Paul of Texas won the poll for the second year in a row, and Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, took second place. The results reflected the challenges that lie ahead for Republicans as they weigh arguments of electability and ideology and try to unite the party...
Illegal alien charged in death of valet
A woman charged in the death of parking valet Jose Medina will make her first court appearance in Denver this morning. -- Norma Vera-Nolasco [a Mexican invader] was returned to Denver last night from Phoenix, according to a news release from the Denver District Attorney's Office. -- In January, Vera-Nolasco was arrested at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport while aboard a plane about to leave for Mexico... [See Crime Watch]
|El Paso Times Poll on Page
Bill shields illegal alien victims, witnesses
Austin -- Victims or witnesses of a crime would not have to fear deportation when they call authorities if the Legislature passes a bill filed Friday by state Sen. José Rodríguez. -- Rodríguez, D-El Paso, and other El Paso city leaders have denounced Arizona-style legislation that has been filed in Texas. Such legislation would require local law enforcement to act as de facto Border Patrol agents...
|WXIA-TV -- Atlanta
Illegal alien Jessica Colotl indicted by Cobb grand jury
Marietta, Ga. -- A Cobb County grand jury indicted Kennesaw State University student Jessica Colotl on a felony charge of giving a false statement to law enforcement authorities after a traffic stop last year. -- On March 29, 2010, the KSU student was stopped by campus police for a routine traffic stop. She was unable to produce a driver's license, only an expired Mexican passport...