Gregg Braden Interview – Something Big is About to Happen 1 of 4

Gregg Braden speaks about this “time” in our evolution, and the messages that have been left to us to smoothly sail through it.

Obama’s Program Of War

‘Within days of taking power, the Obama administration has made clear that it will escalate the war to subjugate the Afghan people, intensify US military strikes on targets inside Pakistan and continue the occupation of Iraq indefinitely. What is being prepared is a brutal escalation of US military violence in Afghanistan and a widening of the conflagration in the region.

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Nearly All Speed Cameras in Britain Illegal, Court is Told

‘Evidence was gathered illegally because 6,000 speed cameras were not given proper Parliamentary approval, it was claimed in a test case.

The action has been brought by a Aitken Brotherston, 61, a businessman from Lyme, Cheshire, who is appealing against a speeding conviction.Michael Shrimpton, his counsel, told Manchester Crown Court that the case had wide-ranging implications.’

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UK Terror Law To Make Photographing Police Illegal

‘New laws set to be passed in England and Canada would make it illegal to use bad language or take photographs of police officers, moving us further away from the idea of police as public servants and more towards the notion of cops assuming God-like status.

According to the British Jpurnal of Photography, the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008, which is set to become law on February 16, “allows for the arrest and imprisonment of anyone who takes pictures of officers ‘likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism’.” The punishment for this offense is imprisonment for up to ten years and a fine.’

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Why is Marijuana Illegal?

‘Many people assume that marijuana was made illegal through some kind of process involving scientific, medical, and government hearings; that it was to protect the citizens from what was determined to be a dangerous drug.

The actual story shows a much different picture. Those who voted on the legal fate of this plant never had the facts, but were dependent on information supplied by those who had a specific agenda to deceive lawmakers. You’ll see below that the very first federal vote to prohibit marijuana was based entirely on a documented lie on the floor of the Senate.’

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Your Home is no Longer Your Castle

‘There will come a day when everyone understands that the Justice Minister Jack Straw ranks as one of the bigger menaces to our free society. Whatever issue you care to consider – the macro or the micro – Jack Straw is chipping away at freedom, accountability and openness. He really should be hauled before a commission of good democrats, exposed and made to account for his sins with community service order and a Day-Glo jacket.

Today we will look at a micro issue – the disgraceful behaviour of his department over the Courts and Tribunal Enforcement Act, the law which ends 400 years of the tradition that an Englishman’s home is his castle and allows bailiffs to march into that home and seize what goods they like in settlement of a fine (think ID card fines; think of the pressure people are going to experience in this recession).’

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Obama-Lies, Which Obama Did You Vote For?


Consciousmindevents interviews Guy Herbert

General Secretary, NO2ID.  Q and A’s

*What is No2id about?*>

We are a single-issue campaigning group. Unfortunately the single issue is one that affects everyone – the profound change in our way of life threatened by ID cards and the growth of government by computer. >

 *We are told ID’s will help us be safer, what do you think?*> On the contrary, an ID system is a threat to the safety of the individual. It is a direct danger to anyone who has a good reason to hide, and it will make all of us more vulnerable to identity theft and official bullying. >

  *Why are the Government forcing ID’s on us?*> Because they believe it is good for us. And they believe that because they have been persuaded it is useful for officialdom.

 *what can any one who doesn’t want to carry ID do about this?*> Join NO2ID and fight the establishment of the scheme. 

  *Some people believe there is a hidden agenda to control the population > through ID cards Surveillances , what do you think about that? do you  agree?*> It is not so hidden. The government has been quite open about the function of the national identity register and broad ‘information sharing’ to enable what it calls “Transformational Government”, the idea of which is to customise government to the individual. 

 *Is there any point in contacting your local MP? *>  Yes. All opposition parties are against the ID scheme, and it will help them keep on the pressure if they know their constituents care. If you have a Labour MP it is particularly important to contact them and let them know how unhappy you are with this government policy. Though they are unlikely to make a fuss publicly, if Labour MPs know that ID cards are making them unpopular, they will influence how the government proceeds.

 *lastly is there any events or meetings happening that concerned > individuals can go to and make a stand.*>  NO2ID is participating in the Convention for Modern Liberty this spring: NO2ID’s own meetings happen all over the country, as we have dozens of local groups publicising the cause. To join one or start one near you go to:

The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations has been two hundred years.
These nations have progressed through this sequence:

1.    From bondage to spiritual faith;

2.    from spiritual faith to great courage;

3.    from courage to liberty;

4.    from liberty to abundance;

5.    from abundance to selfishness;

6.    from selfishness to complacency;

7.    from complaceny to apathy;
<—– you are here

8.    from apathy to dependence;

9.    from dependency back again into bondage.

Sir Alex Fraser Tyler: (1742-1813) Scottish jurist and historian


A example of the last 200 years from 1808 to


present. We are in decline.!



1808: The British West Africa Squadron was established by the

Royal Navy to suppress illegal slave trading along the West African

coast after the abolition of the slave trade in 1807. By 1865, nearly

 150,000 people had been freed by the Squadron’s anti-slavery

operations. The Squadron continued its work until the early 20th



The first public steam railway ran between the north eastern towns of Stockton and

Darlington. This ushered in the ‘Railway Age’, with the building of an extensive railway

network in Britain providing a fast and economical means of transport and communication.


Robert Peel sets up the Metropolitan Police

The first public steam railway ran between the north eastern towns of Stockton and

Darlington. This ushered in the ‘Railway Age’, with the building of an extensive railway

network in Britain providing a fast and economical means of transport and communication.

1834 New Poor Law reforms Britain’s social security system

In 1832, a Royal Commission into the Poor Law recommended changes to the system of parish

 poor relief. Many of its recommendations were incorporated into the Poor Law Amendment

Act of 1834. This statute maintained outdoor relief (relief given outside a workhouse), but led

to more central control of the system.


New Poor Law reforms Britain’s social security system


Income tax was levied for the first time during peace by Sir Robert Peel’s Conservative

government at a rate of 7d (three pence) in the pound. The tax threshold was an income of

£150 per year, thus exempting virtually all the working classes. The tax was not extended to

famine-torn Ireland until 1853. Direct taxation was unpopular in Victorian Britain.

 Many 19th-century finance ministers toyed with the idea of abolishing income tax, but it proved too convenient and too lucrative to lose.


1918 Limited numbers of women are given the vote for the first time

The Representation of the People Act enfranchised all men over the age of 21, and propertied

women over 30. The electorate increased to 21 million, of which 8 million were women, but it excluded working class women who mostly failed the property qualification.


1929: Wall Street Crash sparks the Great Depression


The crash of the American Wall Street financial markets in 1929 crippled the economies of the

 US and Europe, resulting in the Great Depression. In Britain, unemployment had peaked just

below three million by 1932. It was only with rearmament in the period immediately before

the outbreak of World War Two that the worst of the Depression could be said to be over.

1939~: Britain declares war on Germany in response to the invasion of Poland


On 1 September, German forces invaded Poland. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain still

hoped to avoid declaring war on Germany, but a threatened revolt in the cabinet and strong

public feeling that Hitler should be confronted forced him to honour the Anglo-Polish Treaty. Britain was at war with Germany for the second time in 25 years.


1945: Britain celebrates the end of war on Victory in Europe Day

German forces had been utterly defeated by the end of April 1945. Adolf Hitler committed

suicide on 30 April as Soviet forces closed in on his Berlin bunker. The German Grand Admiral

Karl Dönitz surrendered to Allied General Dwight Eisenhower in France on 7 May. The

following day was officially celebrated in Britain as Victory in Europe Day. The entire country

came to a standstill as people celebrated the end of war.

1973 Britain joins the European Economic Community


Britain, Ireland and Denmark joined the European Economic Community (EEC), bringing the

total number of member states to nine. The three countries, together with Norway, signed an

accession treaty in 1972, but Norwegians rejected the treaty in a referendum. Britain held a

referendum on the matter in 1975, after renegotiating its terms of entry, and 67% voted in favour of staying in the EEC.

1997: Tony Blair had become leader of the Labour Party in 1994 after the sudden death of John

 Smith. Blair continued the modernisation of the party begun by Smith. Voters responded to

‘New Labour’ in the 1997 election, giving the party a huge majority of 179 seats. One of the new

Labour government’s first acts was to give the Bank of England control of interest rates. It also

 embarked on a programme of far-reaching constitutional reform.

2001:British forces contributed to the initial US military strikes against the Islamic

fundamentalist Taleban regime in Afghanistan – the first retaliation to the terrorist attacks of

‘9/11’. The Taleban, who had allowed the terrorist organisation al-Qaeda to use Afghanistan as a

 base, was overthrown and replaced with a US-backed administration. Coalition forces,

including British troops, remain in Afghanistan. Osama Bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader

responsible for the ‘9/11’ attacks, was not found.






Virtual-Reality Universe?

January 14, 2009

David Icke On What He Has Long Said Is A Virtual-Reality Universe
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rules out talks with Hamas


Courier Mail | “On Israel, you cannot negotiate with Hamas until it renounces violence, recognises Israel and agrees to abide by past agreements. That is just for me an absolute,” Mrs Clinton told a Senate confirmation hearing.


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Money is Dead – Long Live Barter

‘Inspired by global economic developments, I’ve been thinking recently about doing without money. Not in a bad way. Oh no: I’m planning to do very well indeed without money – perhaps turn myself into Mr Big. And the method I intend to use, now that money has dried up everywhere, is . . . barter.’

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have been UFO responsible for destroying wind turbine

Last updated at 9:39 AM on 09th January 2009

The UFO allegedly responsible for wrecking a wind turbine could have been a secret unmanned stealth bomber on test flights.

The claim came from Ministry of Defence insiders who reportedly said that a black delta-wing craft called Taranis was making test runs on the coastal bombing ranges at Donna Nook and North Coates in Lincolnshire, near to the site of the damaged turbine.

The Taranis, named after the Celtic god of thunder, is about the same size as a Hawk jet and is equipped with stealth equipment and an ‘autonomous’ artificial intelligence system.

Theory: Government officials claim the Taranis was making test flights near to the area where a wind turbine was destroyed


The plane is being developed by BAE Systems and has been designed to deliver weapons to battlefields in other continents.

The UFO was spotted by hundreds of witnesses with many believing it was the work of an ‘alien’ craft.

One saw orangey-yellow spheres skimming across the sky.

Another reported a ‘massive ball of light’ with ‘tentacles going right down to the ground’.

Then witnesses told of an earsplitting bang at 4am. Come dawn and the plot thickens.

At the nearby wind farm one of the 60ft blades from a 200ft turbine was found ripped off. Another had been left twisted and useless.

Mystery: The damaged wind turbine, with one of its blades ripped off, in Conisholme, Lincolnshire

So far, so mysterious, except  –  of course  –  to the UFO experts.

For them, the strange goings on at a wind farm in Conisholme, Lincolnshire, can be explained by a flying saucer crashing into the turbine in a close encounter that could, at last, provide the evidence of other life forms they have been waiting for all their lives.

John Harrison, of nearby Saltfleetby, saw the ball of light and its ‘tentacles’ over the farm. ‘It was an incredible sight, I have never seen anything like it before,’ he said. ‘I have no idea what it was.’

Broken blade: The damaged wind turbine at the centre of the Lincolnshire UFO mystery

Lesley Whittingham tried to photograph the scene. ‘It looked like a giant explosion in the air,’ she said.

Dorothy Willows saw orangeyyellow spheres. ‘I don’t believe in UFOs but it was a low-flying object,’ said Mrs Willows. Her husband Stephen was woken by a sudden noise hours later on Sunday morning when the damage to the turbines happened.

Could that have been the sound of a UFO hitting it?

Council chief Robert Palmer said he had seen a ’round object with a slight red trim hovering near the top of the turbines’ that night too.

‘When I heard what had happened I was slightly worried so I’ve called for a full health and safety review,’ said Mr Palmer, 66.

‘If the aliens are coming, I want to be there to meet and greet them.’ is hosting a UFO

events on the 3rd Feb visit site for details.

Yesterday your reporter visited the scene and, while I failed to see any little green men, I did find four little men in green uniforms.

But they had arrived by van, not spaceship, and worked for Ecotricity, the company that built the wind farm.

UFO expert Nick Pope, a former head of the Ministry of Defence’s UFO Project, said: ‘This is a really bizarre case. What’s particularly exciting is that because there’s been a collision, there will be residue of the object involved.


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When we walk away, the pyramid must fall because we are holding it up.

The Odd Couple
How no matter what the illusory differences love conquers all.  What a wonderful story.
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Obama’s Energy Czar: Socialist Agent For World Government

‘Barack Obama’s “climate czar” Carol Browner has been exposed as being a member of Socialist International, a highly influential group headed by a Bilderberg Group luminary that calls for the implementation of global government, despite Socialist International’s attempts to seemingly “memory-hole” information about Browner on their website.’

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January 8, 2009


James Martinez has helped people get out from under the burden of credit card debt. For the full interview go to

John Lennon: interview……….he was right.


Kissinger and the NWO

Henry Kissinger discusses Israel’s invasion of Gaza, endorses President-elect Barack Obama’s cabinet selections and calls on Obama to create a New World Order out of the current state of global affairs. Or as he calls it, a “great opportunity”, not “just a crisis”.

Milky Way ‘larger than imagined’
Scientists believe the Milky Way galaxy may  be much bigger than previously thought
The Milky Way is considerably larger, bulkier and spinning faster than astronomers thought, it has been revealed.
For decades, stargazers thought when it came to the major neighbouring galaxies, our Milky Way – home to Earth – was a weak sister to the larger Andromeda, but not anymore.
Scientists mapped the Milky Way in a more detailed, three-dimensional way and found that it is 15% larger in breadth. More important, it is denser, with 50% more mass, which is like weight.
The new findings were presented at the American Astronomical Society’s convention in Long Beach, California.
Mark Reid of the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, said it was the cosmic equivalent of him suddenly bulking from his 5ft 5in, 10 stone frame, to 6ft 3in and 15 stone.
“Previously we thought Andromeda was dominant, and that we were the little sister of Andromeda,” Mr Reid said. “But now it’s more like we’re fraternal twins.”
That is not necessarily good news. A bigger Milky Way means that it could be crashing violently into the neighbouring Andromeda galaxy sooner than predicted – though still billions of years from now.
Mr Reid and his colleagues used a large system of 10 radio telescope antennas to measure the brightest newborn stars in the galaxy at different times in Earth’s orbit around the sun.
They made a map of those stars, not just in the locations where they were first seen, but in the third dimension of time – something Mr Reid said has not been done before.
With that, Mr Reid was able to determine the speed at which the spiral-shaped Milky Way is spinning around its centre. That speed – about 568,000mph – is faster than the 492,000mph that scientists had been using for decades.
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