Sunday, December 22, 2013

Picket the Media to "The Power of Ten"I'm Mad as Hell + I'm not gonna take this any more!

I'm Mad as Hell + I'm not gonna take this any more! Picket the Media to "The Power of Ten"

Marshall McLuhan stated,“The medium is the message.” each medium controls the message; contemporary media outlets, i.e. NBC, ABC, CBS manipulate the message in order spread aninsidious pop culture mantra which opposes American values of Family and Religion.

In defense of the independent, self-reliant American Spirit- we stand strong against the pop culture media.  The American culture is the fabric that is held together by the glue of Church and Family. 

Our American MORAL compass has been usurped and replaced by Pop Culturists who deem evil as sexy, fun.

The Media’s long established relationship with the CIA as far back as the 40’s (see Operation Mockingbird) has not departed from its purpose of controlling the message.

The message is controlled by CONTROLLING those who impart information to the public at large.

The Media’s task is to be a check on the government’s denial of liberties….NOT to be a defender of government’s attempts at controlling “we the people.”

What can 10 people do?

The Power of Ten and the math’s equation tells it all. We the People of this great and wonderful land we call the United States of America…..will not relinquish our duty to uphold the Constitution of these UNITED STATES.

One Million people, divided by ten will each represent one Government supported media outlet, each of which will hold you accountable.

The Federal Arbiters of Truth and Objectivity (FATO) have decreed that only the federal government, in the hands of correctly thinking adults is to be validated, sarcasm not withstanding...the MediaOcracy is simply a description of such elitist behavior....that"We the People" will stand in opposition to the state run media complex....

“We the People” will no longer stand the demonetization of citizens, the Tea Party or any other constitutionally defined group or organization.  We are holding you, the Media, to account.

Conservatism isn’t radical…. Liberal politics that tipped the Canoe of Liberty must be righted and “We the People” to the Power of Ten will be, not a fly on the wall, but a hornets nest at a picnic.

We pledge to be part of the first nationwide media protest movement in order to change the adverse conversation being perpetuated upon “We the People” by YOU, the media…. we will not stand down.

I explain it in this ten minute synopsis on
A Ten minute synopsis on How and Why this will work

To the President- a most profound Letter...appealing to the sensibilities to the Obviuos, albeit the Oblivious.

    Obamacare Should Remind Us We Are Not 'Subjects,' We Are People
Laura Hollis is a professor at the University of Notre Dame
November 20, 2013|10:42 am


     The unveiling of the dictatorial debacle that is Obamacare absolutely flabbergasts me. It is stunning on so many levels, but the most shocking aspect of it for me is watching millions of free Americans stand idly by while this man, his minions in Congress and his cheerleaders in the press systematically dismantle our Constitution, steal our money, and crush our freedoms.
     The President, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid (with no small help from Justice John Roberts) take away our health care, and we allow it. They take away our insurance, and we allow it. They take away our doctors, and we allow it.They charge us thousands of dollars more a year, and we allow it. They make legal products illegal, and we allow it. They cripple our businesses, and we allow it.They announce by fiat that we must ignore our most deeply held beliefs – and we allow it.
Where is your spine, America?
     Yes, I know people are complaining. I read the news on the internet. I read blogs. I have a Twitter feed. So what? People in the Soviet Union complained. People in Cuba complain. People in China complain (quietly). Complaining isn't the same thing as doing anything about it. In fact, much of the complaining that we hear sounds like resignation: Wow. This sucks. Oh well, this is the way things are. Too bad.
Perhaps you need reminding of a few important facts. Here goes:
     1. The President is not a king. Barack Obama does not behave like a President, an elected official, someone who realizes that he works for us. He behaves like a king, a dictator – someone who believes that his own pronouncements have the force of law, and who thinks he can dispense with the law's enforcement when he deigns to do so. And those of us who object? How dare we? Racists!
     And while he moves steadily "forward" with his plans to "fundamentally transform" the greatest country in human history, he distracts people with cheap, meaningless trivialities, like "free birth control pills"! (In fact, let's face it: this administration's odd obsession with sex in general - Birth control! Abortion! Sterilization! Gay guys who play basketball! -- is just plain weird. Since when did the leader of the free world care so much about how people have sex, who they have it with, and what meds they use when they have it? Does he have nothing more important to concern himself with?)
     2. It isn't just a failed software program; it is a failed philosophy. People are marveling was such a spectacular failure. Well, if one is only interested in it as a product launch, I've explained some of the reasons for that here. But the larger point is that it isn't a software failure, or even a product failure; it is a philosophy failure.
     I have said this before: Obama is not a centrist; he is a central planner. And this – all of it: the disastrous computer program, the hundreds of millions of dollars wasted, the lies, the manipulation of public opinion, the theft of the public's money and property, and freedom (read insurance, and premiums, and doctors) -- IS what central planning looks like.
     The central premise of central planning is that a handful of wunderkinds with your best interests at heart (yeah, right) know better than you what's good for you. The failure of such a premise and the misery it causes have been clear from the dawn of humanity. Kings and congressmen, dictators and Dear Leaders, potentates, princes and presidents can all fall prey to the same imperial impulses: "we know what is good the 'the people.'
And they are always wrong.
     There is a reason that the only times communism has really been tried have been after wars, revolutions, or coups d'état. You have to have complete chaos for people to be willing to accept the garbage that centralized planning produces. Take the Soviet Union, for example. After two wars, famine, and the collapse of the Romanov dynasty, why wouldn't people wait in line for hours to buy size 10 shoes? Or settle for the gray matter that passed for meat in the grocery stores?
     But communism's watered-down cousin, socialism, isn't much better. Ask the Venezuelans who cannot get toilet paper. Toilet paper. ¡Viva la Revolución!
Contrary to what so many who believe in a "living Constitution" say, the Founding Fathers absolutely understood this. That is why the Constitution was set up to limit government power. (Memo to the President: the drafters of the Constitution deliberately didn't say "what government had to do on your behalf.") They understood that that was the path to folly, fear, and famine.)

     3. Obama is deceitful. Just as the collapse of the computer program should not surprise anyone, neither should we be shocked that the President lied about his healthcare plan. Have any of you been paying attention over the past few years? Obama has made no secret of his motivations or his methods. The philosophies which inspire him espouse deceit and other vicious tactics. (Don't take my word for it: read Saul Alinsky.) Obama infamously told reporter Richard Wolffe, "You know, I actually believe my own bullshit." He has refused to be forthcoming about his past (where are his academic records?). His own pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, told author Ed Klein, that Obama said to him, "You know what your problem is? You have to tell the truth."
Did Obama lie when he said dozens of times, "If you like you plan, you can keep it. Period!"? Of course he did. That's what he does.

     4. The media is responsible. And had the media been doing their jobs, we would have known a lot of this much, much earlier.
The press is charged with the sacred responsibility of protecting the people from the excesses of government. Our press has been complicit, incompetent, or corrupt. Had they vetted this man in 2008, as they would have a Republican candidate, we would have known far more about him than we do, even now. Had they pressed for more details about Obamacare, Congress' feet would have been held to the fire. Had they done their jobs about Eric Holder, Fast and Furious, Benghazi, the IRS scandal, NSA spying - or any of the other myriad betrayals of the public trust that this administration has committed, Obama would likely have lost his 2012 reelection campaign. (A fact that even The Washington Post has tacitly acknowledged. Well done, fellas! Happy now?)
Instead, they turned a blind eye, even when they knew he was lying, abusing power, disregarding the limits of the Constitution. It was only when he began to spy on them, and when the lies were so blatant that the lowest of low-information voters could figure it out that they realized they had to report on it. (Even in the face of blatant, deliberate and repeated lies,The New York Times has the audacity to tell us that the President "misspoke.") They have betrayed us, abandoned us, and deceived us.

     5. Ted Cruz was right. So was Sarah Palin. The computer program is a disaster. The insurance exchanges are a disaster. What's left? The healthcare system itself. And this, of necessity, will be a disaster, too.
Millions of people have lost their individual insurance plans. In 2015, millions more will lose their employer-provided coverage (a fact which the Obama administration also knew, and admitted elsewhere).
     The exorbitant additional costs that Obamacare has foisted on unsuspecting Americans are all part of a plan of wealth confiscation and redistribution. That is bad enough. But it will not end there.
When the numbers of people into the system and the corresponding demand for care vastly exceed the cost projections (and they will, make no mistake), then the rationing will start. Not only choice at that point, but quality and care itself will go down the tubes. And then will come the decisions made by the Independent Payment Advisory Board about what care will be covered (read "paid for") and what will not.
     That's just a death panel, put politely. In fact, progressives are already greasing the wheels for acceptance of that miserable reality as well. They're spreading the lie that it will be about the ability of the dying to refuse unwanted or unhelpful care. Don't fall for that one, either. It will be about the deaths that inevitably result from decisions made by people other than the patients, their families, and their physicians. (Perhaps it's helpful to think of their assurances this way: "If you like your end-of-life care, you can keep your end-of-life-care.")

     6. We are not SUBJECTS. (or, Nice Try, the Tea Party Isn't Going Away). We have tolerated these incursions into our lives and livelihoods too long already. There is no end to the insatiable demand "progressives" have to remake us in their image. Today it is our insurance, our businesses, our doctors, our health care. Tomorrow some new crusade will be announced that enables them to take over other aspects of our formerly free lives.
     I will say it again: WE ARE NOT SUBJECTS. Not only is the Tea Party right on the fiscal issues, but it appears that they are more relevant than ever. We fought a war once to prove we did not want to be the subjects of a king, and the Boston Tea Party was just a taste of the larger conflict to come. If some people missed that lesson in history class, we can give them a refresher.
The 2014 elections are a good place to start. Call your representative, your senator, your candidate and tell them: "We are not subjects. You work for us. And if the word "REPEAL" isn't front and center in your campaign, we won't vote for you. Period."
Let us get involved and please help spread her message all over this nation. The battle must be joined by all.
John Porter
118 Approach Drive
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
Laura Hollis is an attorney and teaches entrepreneurship and business law at the University of Notre Dame. She resides in Indiana with her husband and two children.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Baby Boomers NEW beginning.....

For what it's worth-The Buffalo Springfield.
listen as you read my thoughts....(tv)


Baby Boomers, Unintended consequences squared. Take a bow!

by tony on Jan.22, 2009,

 The beginning of the end to our culture.   We have you to thank, my generation.  Post WWII.  Veterans whose sacrifice saved us from needing to speak a language other than English.

    Our evolved Family with Vanity, Narcissism celebrated have negatively impacted our traditional values that  society’s life blood.   Unfortunate for us many with misguided thinking, now identifying with  the “Jones” gave birth and became parents

     Welcome to the world of Me, and mine….We as a generation, my generation did not mean to totally mess things up, it was simply these  ”unintended consequences.”  So much for vision, and prudent civic responsibility.  We didn’t want to just exist anymore, our Parents didn’t want us to either….our parents were trained and marketed to to believe that their role was to make life better, and for the generation after that for them to have it better, so on and on.  With this logic…one day no one will never have to do anything anymore, because less is failure.

    What was it, …I mean, really, everything we are about for hundreds of years, generation after generation, really when, how and why have we LOST of Family tradition.  I don’t mean just the “American Family” I mean the core, foundation of what constituted life, period!
      This is family.  You know..children, Daddy, Mommy, and children, with all one thing in mind…to live a just and fair life…so really what this starts with is the breakdown of family and all that came with it.  Values.

      Where did society, our government and our values all begin their downward cycle?

    That my friends is what this is, a cycle…going down now and eventually our children’s children will have enough smarts to change the direction of the pendulum…maybe even stop it for a while at its zenith.

     I am speaking in generalities here, but bear with me.
     It started to go wrong after the ‘50’s when families needed two incomes to keep their heads above water never mind “keeping up with the Jones.”  We needed bigger houses, two cars, and lots and lots of toys that American manufacturers provided and marketers became sophisticated.

       The priorities our leaders demonstrated were often misplaced. Greed now taking root in our culture, moral relevance close behind, after all we have to “make it right” in our head. 

     The guiding light of human behavior often were religious based.  Secular values by definition invalidates our traditional religious roots, fundamental of our culture. 
 This secular movement I was aware of as a child.   Attending Church, I often would skip, and noting, that I was doing wrong, but more and more were doing it,   
Always comfortable with doing what was wrong, I saw many didn’t, they would rather, …change things, so that wrong or right was no longer an issue, it simply didn’t apply.  
How convenient.  I saw at this age of 7, 8 or 9.  I saw it, first hand…and it all grew worse

For Every Action there is an equal and opposite reaction.  Now where could I have gotten that?
     Every coin has two sides (don’t forget the edge, making it three).  Those with vision see the “unintended consequences” (or price), using “natural laws,” logic, deduction, and reasoning…a requirement when looking at the logical progression of thought.

    Our price was the loss of family values, more specifically quality family time, not only between entire families, but also between Fathers and Sons, and Mothers and Daughters.
    We chose to replace that time with gifts and trinkets to our children to keep them happy, TV’s and electronic games to keep them busy having fun because we didn’t have as much time as we wanted to be with them……not really, many of you didn’t. My Mother, bless her soul she gave me MY Identity.  SELF Image sustained me, not Image,  Image lacking the fuel now has their vanity to feed as well.

     Think of the lyrics from the Harry Chapin song from several years ago, “The Cats in the Cradle”:“When you coming home, dad?” “I don’t know when, But we’ll get together then. You know we’ll have a good time then.” 
     Of course they never do, and in the end, when the father is old and his son is grown, he tells his father the same words and the father realizes, “he has grown up just like me.”   ..aahhh..the down hill slope….
    In the “wink of an eye,”  our own children grew older, AND they found something missing in their lives that they could not understand.  They didn’t know how to define it, and we hadn’t given them the gift of introspection to figure out what it was. …
     But, others came along and provided them with answers, but wrong thinking answers that our kids bought into.  (see below-Alinsky Rules)
    Like, nothing is ever right or wrong; only degrees in between…or perception is reality and other such garbage. 
    With this kind of logic, we can justify everything we do…every evil deed can be justified and rendered as even being OK. (Arguments of Moral Relevancy speaks to this concern)
       Everything can be justified by saying it is not our fault and we are all victims.  But, if you think this kind of perception is reality, then you are living an illusion!

This is THE quintessential....The Exceptions to the ruling.....Conservatism now the counter-culture..."if we let them ma'am"

how did we, from the 50's get to where we are today....? 

The pop-CULTure ruling the left.....
and driving....the perV forward...this academic piece...ties down quite a few of my premises ..

.I could of wrote this if I was Shelby Steele...

On the night of the dinner it occurred to me to make the point that America was the world’s exceptional nation — not that its people were superior, but that its wealth and power bestowed upon it a level of responsibility in the world that other nations did not have to bear. Exceptionalism as a burden, not a vanity, was my point. Through my wife I had had an involvement with a charitable organization that focused on the problem of obstetric fistula in Africa. On a visit to Africa in behalf of that group, I was pleasantly surprised to see how much we Americans were respected for our compassion and generosity, quite apart from our wealth and military power. The people I met saw something essentially good in the American people. On one blazing hot afternoon in a remote village in the nation of Niger, a local chieftain, dramatically bedecked in the head wrap and flowing robe of his desert people, told me through an interpreter that it was striking to him to meet people who would come halfway around the world to help his people — to visit, as he said in a phrase that mixed pathos with eloquence, “a country lost in the sun.” I recounted this story at the charity dinner simply to make the point that American exceptionalism in the world had as much to do with the largesse of our character as with our great wealth and power, and that causes like the one at hand only enhanced our reputation in the world as a fundamentally decent nation — a beacon, as it were, of human possibility. I thought this would be the easiest of points to make. And things were in fact going smoothly until I uttered the words “American exceptionalism.” Instantly — almost before I could get the words out of my mouth — quiet boos erupted from one side of the banquet room. Not loud ugly boos, but polite remonstrative boos, the kind that respectfully censure you for an impropriety. I was shocked. This was a young, bright, prosperous American audience reproaching me for mentioning the exceptionalism of our nation. It was as if they were saying, “Don’t you understand that even the phrase ‘American exceptionalism’ is a hubris that evokes the evils of white supremacy? It is an indecency that we won’t be associated with.” In booing, these audience members were acting out an irony: They were good Americans precisely because they were skeptical of American greatness. Their skepticism was a badge of innocence because it dissociated them from America’s history of evil. To unreservedly buy into American exceptionalism was, for them, to turn a blind eye on this evil, and they wanted to make the point that they were far too evolved for that. They would never be like those head-in-the-sand Americans who didn’t understand that American greatness was tainted by evil. And you could hear — in the spontaneity of their alarm, like a knee jerking at the tap of a rubber hammer — that their innocence of this evil was now a central part of their identity. It was reflex now; they didn’t have to think about it anymore. In its hunger for innocence, post-1960s liberalism fell into a pattern in which anti-Americanism — the impulse, as the cliché puts it, to “blame America first” — guaranteed one’s innocence of the American past. Here in anti-Americanism was the Left’s all-defining formula: relativism-dissociation-legitimacy-power. Anti-Americanism is essentially a relativism — a false equivalency — that says America, despite her greatness, is no better an example to the world than many other countries. And in this self-effacement there is a perfect dissociation from the American past, and thus a new moral legitimacy — and so, finally, an entitlement to power. If, at the charity dinner, I had found a way to sneer a little at America, I might have elicited a few cheers from the same side of the room (obviously an in-crowd) that had booed my reference to American exceptionalism. But cheers or boos, that side of the audience only reinforced what most Americans already suspect: that in the culture war between liberalism and conservatism that followed the tumultuous 1960s, liberalism won. That is, liberalism won the moral authority, the power, to set the terms of social relations among Americans — the manners, the protocols, the ideas of decency, the rules establishing how people must interact within the most diverse society in human history. Liberalism gave America a new “correctness” that enforced these new rules with the threat of stigmatization. There are still, certainly, ferocious debates between liberals and conservatives in many realms — economic policy, education, foreign policy, immigration, the environment, and so on. And these debates will surely grind on.

Read more at:

       This kind of reality and morality is more than an illusion.  It is garbage!!  Think of a UFO coming to our planet for the first time.  He knows nothing about us, so he sees things as if he were a child…no point of view, no perspective other than what is.  What reality does he see?  Not the same one as our children who are being “spun” a reality that isn’t real. (Remember Universal and Natural Law say there is only one reality).

     Simply put, the one reality has been replace by indifference to “what is.” It’s been replaced with ifa, coulda,  woulda, shoulda,  thereby invalidating the rules of nature and he universe that we should be following.  And we as the older generation have said nothing, which means we have given it our blessing.

      Our children, today’s active young and middle age adults, grew up lacking respect for their parents.  Yes, EVEN contempt for them… The toys we exchanged for love and attention, simply weren’t enough…..Dah!….. We left out the most important part of parenthood.  As such, we earned their CONTEMPT!
(You made the bed, now sleep it it.)
 And sadly that contempt flowed over into all aspects of their lives, including people in their own generation who feel the same way.

Good God…If you don’t at least respect your Mother, then you are in trouble.  ”Show me how a man treats his mother and I will tell you how he treats all the women in his life.”
This contempt I speak of didn’t stop there…oh no, it went on to a complete contempt of authority, of values, of reality and most of society.  Negative energy, is to Nature what Hate is to Religion.

For what's it's worth..   the Buffalo Springfield

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Baby Boomers, Unintended consequences squared. Tak...

  Simply put, the one reality has been replace by indifference to “what is.” It’s been replaced with ifa, coulda,  woulda, shoulda,  thereby invalidating the rules of nature and he universe that we should be following.  And we as the older generation have said nothing, which means we have given it our blessing.

      Our children, today’s active young and middle age adults, grew up lacking respect for their parents.  Yes, EVEN contempt for them… The toys we exchanged for love and attention, simply weren’t enough…..Dah!….. We left out the most important part of parenthood.  As such, we earned their CONTEMPT!
(You made the bed, now sleep it it.)

The Communist Manifesto: Baby Boomers, Unintended consequences squared. Tak...: For what it's worth-The Buffalo Springfield. listen as you read my thoughts....(tv)     Baby Boomers, Unintended cons.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

The Communist Manifesto: MediaOcracy, State-run Media exposed a fullfledged...

  Tony's awesome "Media" memes

I wrote this Four years ago....

as I have come to learn more I have become more and more certain that the Media Elites (not the ones working it, but the ones OWNING it) are IN CONTROL of what is seen or heard.

This One World Order Propaganda machine is OUR enemy, no matter who you might like "delivering" the message....

They get paid lots of money, designed to have questions NOT asked by the commentators..

The Communist Manifesto: MediaOcracy, State-run Media exposed a fullfledged...

MediaOcracy, State-run Media exposed a fullfledged PARTNER   September 5, 2009 

| Think about Corporate America OWNs Main/Lame/Blame...

Archived broadcast.

MediaOcracy, State-run Media exposed a fullfledged PARTNER

MediaOcracy, State-run Media exposed a fullfledged PARTNER
15 YEARS in an out of a dozen Prisons....I KNOW just how evil Rolls.....


Archived broadcast.

The #1 Enemy is the ENGINE that DRIVES our Culture....Period...

#picketmedia Picket the Media - to The Power of Ten

Think about Corporate America OWNs Main/Lame/Blamestream Media….
The indoctrination of our children via SCHOOLbooks inbedded into our nationwide school system is the "Canary in the Mine Shaft" 

of what Obama, and the Avatar within, is making the play for RE-Engineering of America….in Obama's OWN words...

CHANGE>REFORM>…and they almost got us..  

The structure of this new government trying to take shape is as follows

The MediaOcracy, one that is governed silently by Wall Street/Corporate America, administered by the Media, supported by celebrity culture and pushed forward by our Politicians who could care less, as long as they are in charge and with power suitable for them to look the “other way.”
Wall Street, with  their Lobbyists
Corporate America, with their Attorneys
Advertising Agencies
Labor Unions, and Special Interest Groups allow fodor for politician’s false agenda in behalf of the the Bankers, and such up top.
Per Direction of the Communist Manifesto

 Great LINK...Memes to All of the 45

The MediaDELIVERYsystem is one that capitalizes on the human element “Ignorance is bliss.”
As such this system utilizes two other key elements in this TRIAD.
1.Freedom of the Speech, and the abuse/misuse the same.
2.Celebrity, the notion of 15 minutes of fames is now..I want to be famous, everyone else is.
With the liberal media in the drivers seat their duty is but one. To spin, promote and otherwise confuse the obvious, while the power of suggestion are encouraged to the ends of their self interests.
The MACHINE that makes this work can be illustrated using the visualaide
Vehicle with Wheels, Engine, and Chassis!
The wheels this vehicle containing MediaOcracy roll on is ABUSE of the 1st Amendment
The Pretty Chassis, shiny and all, is the “Culture of Celebrity.”
Last but without it nothing works….is the engine, the gas if you will, WHAT MAKES it ALL GO…is 
THE MEDIA.  Without the media’s advise and CONSENT….Obama would be alone.
Pop-CULT-ure is Liberalism...with Media the Engine that makes it all GO