Sunday, May 31, 2015

Temecula: Murrieta man arrested after car jacking and CHP pursuit

Temecula, California - On Sunday, May 31, 2015, deputies assigned to the Temecula Department responded to the area of Old Town Front Street near 5th Street and learned that a suspect had assaulted a man and stolen his black Dodge Charger.

A few minutes later deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff's Perris Station received a call of a second carjacking on the northbound I-215 near McCall. Deputies learned that the vehicle taken in Temecula had continued north on the I-215 Freeway, but when the driver encountered heavy traffic in Menifee, he was forced to come to a stop near McCall Boulevard. He jumped out of the Charger, pulled the driver from a pick-up truck, and after assaulting him, fled in the pick-up.


A short time later, Deputies located the pick-up northbound on the I-215 freeway near Allesandro Blvd. The vehicle fled and the CHP joined the pursuit. The pursuit ended near the I-15/1-10 interchange in Ontario, where the driver abandoned the pick-up and fled on foot. He was quickly apprehended by CHP officers and a Riverside County Sheriff's K-9.
  • The suspect was identified as Giorgio Armani Castanon-Baez, a 27-year-old Murrieta resident.
Further investigation revealed Baez, who was on parole, was under the influence of a controlled substance and in possession of a knife and methamphetamine.

He will be charged with several felonies, including two counts of carjacking and evading arrest.
Anyone with additional information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Deputy Denham at the Perris Police Department by calling (951) 210-1000, or by email at PerrisStation@RiversideSheriff.org

PRE-TRIB?

OUR SUNDAY SERMON
Temecula, CA – When you're standing in a crowd mixed with a cross representation of social classes, there is a sense of being in a secular church. After all, when you are united in
stopping the population from continually being poisoned, you feel like you are doing something God would approve of, don't you think?
Though I could understand the general perplexity over Occupy, even without the deliberate muddying by the press, given that it was political, but I have often wondered why this Christian country doesn't have the crowds of protest for things like protesting Monsanto? Overwhelmingly the people I meet at these march gatherings aren't your bread-n-butter Christians though none are atheists either.
This lack of attention could be from 'not knowing' as the sign says at the right, but for me that is just too easy an answer, especially when you live in Temecula and have free newspapers giving garden advise of what to plant but not what to spray. Sorry, I don't believe Monsanto is Omnipotent. Luckily Rev. Anderson and cast here gives a sermon that shines light into this mystery, as once again we see a seed planted before you were born has now sprouted as a corrupt tree. This is what we are fed from it. Roll Sunday sermon movie after the jump.

And now our film, 2015 Bible Prophecy, After the Tribulation and End Time




Saturday, May 30, 2015

THE THRILL IS GONE

A LIFE OF RILEY ENDS
Temecula, CA – Yesterday, amid rain befitting a funeral day, Riley B. King, better known as B.B. was laid to rest after a sunny day of public viewing. King was 89 when he died May 14 in Las Vegas. At his request, his body was returned to his native Mississippi for a final homecoming. Already some kin are starting to squabble over his estimated 33M worth. What fools.
King's body is moved following the public viewing period
 As anyone who saw last year's film doc on B.B. King 'The Life of Riley' narrated by Morgan Freeman knows, B.B.'s life wasn't tragic like Ray Charles or as flamboyant as James Brown, but it was steady. Staying not only within the 'color confines' of black music, B.B. stayed true to playing the blues, a music genre with a fringe demo outside of R'n'B, and more what your parents listened to, if they were working class and very pedestrian, aka, got drunk.
The blues is just that, music about how a woman/man is giving you the short stick, and you have put your woes to tune. B.B. wasn't the first to play the blues of course, but he did wind up being probably the most successful at it thanks to a great blues voice and Lucille. As I recall from seeing the picture, B.B. Struck me as being more in line with Morgan Freeman's character in Driving Miss Daisy, artistically rather than racially. By perfecting his craft, not being a drama king, or controversial [crossing the color barrier in any way or marrying his 13 year old cousin], B.B. stayed in the middle of the pool deep end and blossomed through his talent, much as a white performer would. Of course he wasn't a choir boy, being a touring musician.

When King got renown enough, the white world came looking for him. By this time the blues had broken out of a 'black only' genre, but like gospel/Christian music was separated into black and white. The 'breakout hit' was The Thrill Is Gone, a simple enough title explaining a man's feelings toward his woman at the end of their relationship. The earnest feeling and the delicate blues guitar slinging captured perfectly what my heart was feeling as I moved my things out of the duplex and back into my mother's house where I was going to live when my first marriage fell apart. For years it was the only blues song I owned.
I got the chance to see B.B. live at the first Farm Aid event in Springfield, Illinois back in the 80s. It was a momentnot just to see him but to see and hear him do The Thrill Is Gone. R.I.P.
(Written while listening to B.B. King Classics - Ed)

Temecula: Man arrested for child sex crimes

Temecula, California - In May 2015, officers from the Temecula Police Department received a report of the sexual assault of a minor. The allegations were that 28-year-old Lance Dhuyvetter of San Diego was involved in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female Temecula resident. The case was given to detectives who began to gather evidence regarding the allegations.


On Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Temecula Police detectives, with the assistance of detectives from the San Diego Police Department located and arrested Dhuyvetter. He was booked at the Southwest Detention Center for numerous charges related to sex offenses with a minor, including stalking. A bail enhancement was obtained and Dhuyvetter's bail was set at $250,000.

Friday, May 29, 2015

WHY MONSANTO, WHY?

THE MOTIVE BEHIND THE MONSTER
Temecula, CA – In high school my last year, I wrote a piece called, 'The Art of Being Nice'.
The theme was that if people just chose to do the right thing they could make the world a better place. It was naive and based on the message of my church. At the March Against Monsanto I attended at Laguna Beach last Saturday, my heart was touched by  young GMO Free children who wondered the same thing almost 50 years later as we had an open question session for the march participates. It is the question of 'Why?'.
Listening earlier to Brett talk of his experiences, speaking about the Monsanto and other Ag Science companies spokespeople who act soulless, the question of 'how' seemed to lurk just underneath the veil in his passionate speech to the gathered concerned crowd. It might be easy to write off the motive of Monsanto as monetary but that's a cop-out, and you could tell that Brett felt that. In fact, Brett Wilcox seems to be where I was after reading The Emperor Wears No Clothes, the third time. I had now come to recognize true evil because it stood naked in front of me, convicted by reason.
But evil isn't evil to evil. Evil is a plan to make things better. Hitler received The Pope's blessing because he told the pontiff that medical research from the sacrificed Jews would move idiopathic medicine forward a thousand years and dispel all the 'folk remedies' that were based on witchcraft and magic herbs instead of the Church sanctioned established doctors. As you walk into the Temecula Hospital and look around at the future, right or wrong, Hitler delivered. So what is Monsanto's plan and where did it come from? Part one of the series 'What's Wrong In This Picture'.
The history of Monsanto starts over a hundred years ago but the motive behind Monsanto's plan began thousands of years ago. It has taken this long for the pot to boil. There are actually two origin stories, one physical and one metaphysical.
The physical motive starts with Plato. The great thinker who lived was an essential figure in the development of philosophy, especially the Western tradition, and he founded the Academyin Athens, the firstinstitution of higher learning in the Western world. Along with his teacher Socratesand his most famous student, Aristotle, Plato laid the foundations of Western philosophy and science. Alfred North Whitehead once noted: "the safest general characterization of the Europeanphilosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato." 
 
Plato's dialogues have been used to teach a range of subjects, including philosophy, logic, ethics, rhetoric, religion and mathematics. His lasting themes include Platonic love [a sterile, non-germinating relationship] the theory of forms, the five regimes, innate knowledge, among others. His theory of forms launched a unique perspective on abstract objects, and led to a school of thought called Platonism. Plato's five regimes were Aristocracy, Timocracy, Oligarchy, Democracy, and Tyranny. The five regimes correspond to the five areas of the image in Nebuchadnezzer's dream, gold, silver, and so forth down to the feet. The tier in each of Plato's regimes consists of souls believed to be out of those materials, ie., aristocracy = gold and silver, etc. This accounts for the worth of different peoples [souls] through the eyes of Monsanto and those like Monsanto.
Plato's new religion of reason based on abstract ideology would become known as Deism. It had no time for the imaginative disciplines of mysticismand mythology. It turned its back on the myth of revelation and on such traditional "mysteries" as the Trinity, which had for so long held people in the thrall of superstition. Instead it declared allegiance to the impersonal"Deus".
Deistic thinking has existed since ancient times. Among the Ancient Greeks, Heraclitusconceived of a logos, a supreme rational principle, and said the wisdom "by which all things are steered through all things" was "both willing and unwilling to be called Zeus(God)". Platoenvisaged God as a Demiurgeor 'craftsman'. Outside ancient Greece many other cultures have expressed views that resemble deism in some respects. However, the word "deism", as it is understood today, is generally used to refer to the movement toward natural theology or freethinkingthat occurred in 17th-century Europe, and specifically in Britain
Original art illustration by Wm. Brun
The 17th century saw a remarkable advance in scientific knowledge, the scientific revolution. The work of Copernicus, Kepler, and Galileo set aside the old notion that the earth was the center of the universe. These discoveries posed a serious challenge to biblical and religious authorities, Galileo's condemnation for heresy being an example. In consequence the Bible came to be seen as authoritative on matters of faith and morals but no longer authoritative (or meant to be) on science.
Isaac Newton's (1642–1727) mathematical explanation of universal gravitation explained the behavior both of objects here on earth and of objects in the heavens in a way that promoted a worldview in which the natural universe is controlled by laws of nature. This, in turn, suggested a theology in which God created the universe, set it in motioncontrolled by natural law and retiredfrom the scene. The new awareness of the explanatory power of universal natural law also produced a growing skepticism about such religious staples as miracles(violations of natural law) and about religious books that reported them.

This effectively widened the gap between traditional Christians and what are called "Christian Deists", since this new foundation required that "revealed" truth be validated through human reason. Deists saw their mission as the stripping away of "priestcraft" and "mysteries" from religion, thereby restoring religion to its original, true condition – simple and rational. In many cases, theyconsidered true, original Christianity to be the sameas this original natural religion.
Enlightenment thinkers, under the influence of Newtonian science, tended to view the universe as a vast machine, created and set in motion by a creator being, that continues to operate according to naturallaw, without any divine intervention. This view naturally led to the view that everything in the universe – including human behavior – is completely causally determined by antecedent circumstances and natural law. As a consequence, debates about freedomversus "necessity" were a regular feature of Enlightenment religious and philosophical discussions.
In the United States, Enlightenment philosophy (which itself was heavily inspired by deist ideals) played a major role in creating the principle of religious freedom. There is controversy over whether the Founding Fathers were Christians, deists, or something in between. American Founding Fathers, or Framers of the Constitution, who were especially noted for being influenced by such philosophy include Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Cornelius Harnett, Gouverneur Morris, and Hugh Williamson. Their political speeches show distinct deistic influence. Other notable Founding Fathers may have been more directly deist. These include James Madison, possibly Alexander Hamilton, Ethan Allen, and Thomas Paine (who published The Age of Reason, a treatise that helped to popularize deism throughout the United States and Europe).
Unlike the many deist tracts aimed at an educated elite, Paine's treatise explicitly appealed to ordinary people, using direct language familiar to the laboring classes. How widespread deism was among ordinary people in the United States is a matter of continued debate. A major contributor was Elihu Palmer (1764–1806), who wrote the "Bible" of American deism in his Principles of Nature (1801) and attempted to organize deism by forming the "Deistical Society of New York" and other deistic societies from Maine to Georgia.
Meanwhile another old Greek philosophy came on board to partner up with a religion of reason; eugenics, the belief and practice which aims at improving the geneticquality of the human population. It is a social philosophy advocating for the improvement of human genetictraits through the promotion of higher reproduction of people with desired traits (positive eugenics), or reduced reproduction and or sterilization of people with less-desired or undesired traits (negative eugenics), or both.
While eugenic principles have been practiced as far back in world history as Ancient Greece, the modern history of eugenics began in the early 20th century when a popular eugenics movement emerged in Britainand spread to many countries, including the United States and most European countries. In this period eugenic ideas were espoused across the political spectrum. This is the time when Monsanto was born, see history of. People deemed unfit to reproduce often included people with mental or physical disabilities, people who scored in the low ranges of different IQ tests, criminals and deviants, and members of disfavored minority groups. The eugenics movement became negatively associated with Nazi Germany and the Holocaust- the murder by the German state of approximately 11 million people - when many of the defendantsat the Nuremberg trials attempted to justify their human rights abuses by claiming there was little difference between the Nazi eugenics programs and the U.S. eugenics programs.
So now we have the proper 'religious' frame of mind, the deist idea that God is off somewhere napping, we have our list of undesirable folks that aren't wanted but what is the motivation to go from this 


to this? 


Freedom versus necessity never really left the equation but now 'necessity' has been spun into scarcity.
We have demoted people based on their souls' worth according to the image in Daniel. That image is the god Mammon, the god of Money [circulation]. Things increase in value by their scarcity. The value of oil, diamonds, famous paintings of dead artists, all increase by scarcity. The lie has been sold that the planet has too many people at present. I have good friends who believe this. If you really believe God is off somewhere jerking off, then maybe the 'good stewards' of the planet need to tidy the place up, but in reality, it is the very forces of super-corps like Monsanto that are turning the planet into their self-fulfilling prophecy. The lie told is titled Agenda 21. It is being sold around the world by NGOs who tout God Move Over. That is the physical side; greed, deism, and an aristocratic/elitist bent. But the people who don't believe in the 'mysteries' of religion are wrong. 

 
Metaphysically, the Bible, regardless of being put together by man, is a magic book which contains the words of those who spoke words given them and performed miracles assigned to them by active forces, aka God, who takes an active involvement to correctly bring about the future as it has been written down.
Brett Wilcox was right about the soulless people of Monsanto who have planned the soft draw-down of humanity. It helps to consult a Strong's Concordance on the interpretation of the word 'between' used in Genesis 3:15. The implication is plain: there are two tribes in opposition to each other on the planet now and have been almost since the beginning. The Bible says you will know them by 'their fruits'. One bloodline is descended from Cain and a read from either of Brett's books, We're Monsanto – Lie After Lie, book one or two, will give you a look at one bloodline and the type of people from it, who now seem to be everywhere in charge. Simply put, the 'nice' just isn't in some people's blood on this planet by nature.

For an up-to-date revised look at how this bloodline came to be, that Daniel 2 shows Monsanto's coming destruction, plus a reveal of the cryptic real message hidden in plain sight concerning these topics, pick up a copy of Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, now on its 21st'sign/wonder since publication. You can find all these stimulating books on sale now at Amazon. 
 
Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep'sclothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so, every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.” - Matt 7:15-18
(All emphasis - Ed)

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Menifee: Longtime city councilman Wally Edgerton dies

Menifee's first Mayor had a long political career, many passions and a loving family

Mr Edgerton
photo credit - City Of Menifee
Menifee California – Councilman and Menifee’s First Mayor, Wallace “Wally” Edgerton. Edgerton, 81, passed away this afternoon May 26, 2015; with his wife Judee, and his daughters at his bedside. Edgerton passed away from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis after being diagnosed in 2009.

Edgerton first received a lung transplant in 2011, and overtime his body began to reject the transplant leading to complications. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis causes lung tissue to become thickened or scarred and eventually robs the lungs of the ability to transfer oxygen to the bloodstream, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Edgerton was committed to the public as their elected representative and was connecting remotely for City Council meetings while he commuted to San Diego for intense lung treatments. May 20th was the last Council meeting that Councilman Edgerton participated in.



Edgerton was elected to Menifee’s first City Council in 2008, receiving the most votes and was appointed as the City’s first Mayor, holding that position for three years, until being elected in District 3 after residents voted for redistricting in 2011. Edgerton, a stockbroker and California State University, Long Beach and Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) lecturer on political science and public administration, previously served on the Long Beach City Council for 17 years from 1975-1992 where he was awarded “Outstanding Legislator” for his tireless work on issues such as nuclear freeze, renters’ rights, and pay equity for women.

During his tenure on the Menifee City Council, Edgerton was recognized as a champion for protecting the rural areas and some of the original landscape of Menifee. He was often seen as an advocate for slow growth, large lots, and less housing development. It has been reported that at the June 6 Menifee City Council meeting there will be a discussion topic on how to replace the District 3 councilman, be it via election or an appointment process.

“My sincere condolences go out to Judee, his daughters and Wally’s loved ones. Menifee has lost one of its first statesmen, and Wally was always interested in the welfare of the City. He wanted to see the City prosper and do well and that was always one of his goals. We may not have had the same vision on how that may have looked, but we always had great respect for one another,” said Mayor Scott Mann. “I was just fortunate enough to spend some quality time with Wally in his final days and was able to laugh, tell stories and pray with him and his family and I will always cherish those memories.”

Funeral Arrangements will be announced at a later time. Mayor Mann has ordered all city flags to be flown at half-staff until Edgerton’s funeral. For more information, please call Robert Johnson, City Manager for the City of Menifee at (951) 672-6777 or visit www.cityofmenifee.us

Monday, May 25, 2015

PERSPECTIVE ON SACRIFICE

GUEST EDITORIAL BY GORDON DUFF, VETERAN 
 
America has a military today that has recently lost two wars, a military that has no respect for constitutional democracy, for human rights, for freedom of speech, a military steeped in hokey religion, bloated paychecks and easy life.

One of three meals that costs $200 each.

Is what I just wrote true?  Actually the answer is unclear, somewhat true, totally true some of the time, but sadly a legitimate way of examining how America has fallen so low and the role the military has played.  What is “genuinely American” is to realize that the military is our kids, our families, our people but that it is also a tyrannical and corrupt entity where our children and our families are ground into the dirt by thieves and criminals who hide behind manufactured conflicts and use our children and our families as hammers to enslave the world.

Is that part true?  You bet it is.

Glorification of war is a disease in America.  War has impoverished America, war has stripped America of her government, her people of their rights and freedoms and, moreover, of their critical thinking capability as well.  War has destroyed America as surely as Americans have destroyed Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Palestine and Ukraine.  Oh, you didn’t know we took those nations down as well, perhaps this is part of the problem.


Tom Brokaw coined the term Greatest Generation.  To him and to so many of us, born during the war or soon thereafter, the Marines at Guadalcanal, the 101st Airborne at Bastogne, those who died on Omaha Beach or Tarawa or bombing Germany with the 8th Air Force typified everything good about America.

We were right about the people, just wrong about the war.  It took many of us over half a century to realize that even “the good war,” coined so because of endless hand wringing over the holocaust, had blinded so many of us to the realities of the Second World War, the criminal underbelly of geopolitics.

Germany and Japan weren’t the enemies we thought.  Efforts to dehumanize the enemy, something that had a huge backlash in the US during the first war, the US being a nation almost 40% German in origin, were mindless and destructive to the human soul.  But we don’t have to talk about that now.

We have illegal aliens, Muslims, homosexuals, Hispanics and African Americans to go after.  Blaming the Jews is becoming popular as well, after all, what good is it having a computer or a place to put a bumper sticker if you can’t blame someone for something?

Let’s take a minute and do some comparisons.  There is a reason for this, albeit a subjective one.  I am of the “not so greatest generation,” the one that fought in Vietnam.  Let’s discuss some realities of Vietnam.

Most of the fighting in Vietnam was during 3 years, 68 through 70.  Vietnam was a Marines war, jungle fighting, hand to hand, small units, mostly near the coastline.  Of those who served, Vietnam has the lowest percentage of those actually involved in combat, something under 10% but the highest levels of combat of any American war.

Thus, during 3 years, of 50,000 Marines who served, only 9000 served in combat and of that 9000, 15,000 of them died and 30,000 were wounded.  This gave the term “replacement” a whole new meaning.  Army units suffered substantially fewer casualties but still much higher than World War II.

Those who fought in Vietnam, Marines anyway, lived on 600 calories a day, had no body armor and few weapons, no medical care and largely lived off the land.  Today’s military lives on  6000 calories a day or more.  Combat troops are commonly overweight.  Marines in Vietnam earned around $100 a month, about a 6th the average lowest working wage.  Today troops get up to $14,000 per month, 5 times a typical low wage, or if you want to do the math, 30 times what those in Vietnam were paid.

What Americans serving in combat didn’t do is disrespect the enemy and, for the most part, were liked and sometimes admired by the local population.  Glaring exceptions existed and, with the Army, My Lai was one of these, a substandard unit led by amateurs and clowns, a shameful and murderous act.

For Marines, the enemy was the Marine Corps, or “crotch” as it was called.  Those who state otherwise are simply phonies or liars.  Marines have always and will always continue to bash the Marine Corps, a habit that began November 10, 1775 and continues, I am sure, to this day.

Several things came out of Vietnam involving the military that are worth discussing today.  
First of all, with most troops never seeing combat, those who took credit for service and spoke of the war, the vast majority, had no real experience with war.  Vietnam brought out millions of “phony vets” who pretended to serve and loved taking credit for absurd acts of imaginary bravery in order to receive recognition.

Were they around decades later, and some are, they would have become internet trolls living on comment boards, a Walter Mitty existence of imaginary empowerment and fatally rude behavior.

The other thing that came from Vietnam was necessitated by the nature of the conflict itself.  The film Platoon demonstrates this aptly.  Those arriving in the extreme climate of Vietnam, subjected to ground combat that entailed carrying heavy loads mile after mile in stifling heat, went through physical changes.  Blood chemistry altered, body weight disappeared.  Real combat troops threw away helmets and uniforms, wore no socks or underwear, often no shirts and carried irregular equipment and even enemy weapons.

Within weeks, often of absolute misery, vomiting, exhaustion and worse, a “boot” would come up to speed.  However, were one an officer or senior NCO, going through such a process would be humbling.  Because of this, few officers or NCOs ever went into combat.  They couldn’t as they could never handle the heat, were never in condition, no matter how they had trained in gyms or on tracks, that meant nothing in Vietnam.

They became “watchers” and no longer participants in war.  They might be killed by “friendly fire” or a rocket or even an attack on a remote base but the majority of combat, the vast majority was fought miles away from any officer or senior NCO.

Yet, when it came time to go home, the medals were given out by rank, not by combat experience, heroism or sacrifice.  And, in later years, those wearing medals from Vietnam became the focus of examination of the war.  So, when authors or some film makers turned to veterans for stories about the war, or it came time to glorify new heroes in order to justify a new war, these “watchers” became the “go to” sources.

The problem, of course, they knew nothing of the war.

To those of us who fought, day after day, and even I am overstating here as nobody fights “day after day,” these rear echelon loud mouths seem despicable.  We hated them during the war, not all but most, and after the war we hated them more.  Those officers who stayed in the military rose to the highest ranks based on lies.  They based their military experience and qualifications on their service in Vietnam, most of which was spent in relative ease with little or no operational experience in a war where the typical combat unit was less than 10 men.

Most had never actively commanded a combat unit for more than a few hours much less weeks or months.  All,however, were decorated for almost identical heroic actions, invariably invented by a company clerk tasked with justifying medals for officers who made coffee, played cards or read detective novels while their men, miles away, fought a hand to hand war with a deadly enemy.

This is the truth of it.  What has it cost?

Vietnam built the military we have today,led by phonies and bullshitters.  Uniforms loaded with obscure and meaningless decorations are the norm.  Worse still, it isn’t just the military that has failed.  Those of us who fought in the war, the “real deal,” too many of us failed to tell our kids that the military is a sick joke, a pack of uniformed janitors and idiots, who kiss each others asses, and can’t get real jobs.

Is this too harsh?  Not hardly!

Worse still, a generation of Americans who never served at all, a generation of Chickhawks, began to revere war like it was a video game.  Dead kids were collateral damage, entire populations, religions and ethnic groups could be wiped out based on the blitherings of talk radio idiots who also never served or fought.

The post-Vietnam generation failed and generations to come will know death and suffering because of it.  What we learned in Vietnam was to run away from the military, run away from politics, keep our heads down, cut our losses and survive.  There is a reason for this.

We had learned to hate the United States.  We dreamed of leaving, living in Paris, maybe returning to Vietnam or living in the Philippines or Mexico, anywhere we could find simple and genuine people.  But to do that, we had to leave everything we knew, including the dreams we once had but had long since given up on.

We simply no longer cared, those of us who fought, who saw death, who lived the reality of being the brother of those we fought and the blood enemy of those we served and murdered for.

What is clear today is that nobody is telling the truth.  Pat Tillman should be revered, not Chris Kyle.  He would have had his throat cut in Vietnam by those around him for murdering civilians, at least were he in a unit of experienced combat veterans.  He would have been picked out as a criminal psychopath rather quickly.  In Vietnam we didn’t have Navy SEALs babysitting for us.  Only 38 SEALS died in VIETNAM in a decade of fighting.  None of us ever met them.

Of course, as often pointed out on Saturday Night Live, this worship of Special Operations is nothing but Marine envy.

There is another sickness in today’s military and that’s special operations.  To explain this properly is simple; warfare is now dictated by the second generation of the REMF fatasses of Vietnam who knew nothing of war.  Thus, Special Operations warfare was invented by people who read about war in books or saw it on TV.

There are no secret missions, no mysterious terrorist leaders.  If you want to kill an enemy of America, look at a table in a 5 star restaurant, shoot someone getting on a private jet.  I am sure other ideas come to mind.  There hasn’t been a single  legitimate wartime death in a very long time.  America kills, other than women and children, freedom fighters defending their countries or former allies who are no longer of any use.

Simply put, American never had a legal right to be in Vietnam or Iraq or Afghanistan.  Sadly Pat Tillman, the real hero of the War on Terror, he and perhaps Bowe Berghdahl, are reviled while the American Sniper represents the values of a nation gone insane.

In Vietnam we knew that we were criminals just being there.  America was there illegally, we all knew it.  If we didn’t, we could see it around us, a corrupt and despicable puppet government shoved down the people’s through at American gunpoint, at our gunpoint.  It effected how we looked at what we did, we examined, at least some of us, the moral issues of the war, of what we did, who we were and that we were living an unreality in Vietnam, there either to pillage and destroy or do as little harm as possible, keeping ourselves whole in hopes of being able to live with our actions.

Little of such talk is heard today, not in film nor book, not within the military and certainly not in the media.  It endlessly goes on, painting one group after another as the evil empire, the subhuman enemy but in the end, the subhuman enemy is us.

It was my generation that came home and hid, tried to live in an insane nation and hoped to die quietly, perhaps not in prison or by our own hand.  When Saigon fell, whatever anti-war movement some of us involved ourselves in died away.  Activists were rare individuals while the real emotional rewards were in glorification of imaginary heroism, phony war and fantasy scenarios.

War is about human suffering.  It may well be, when and if history ever gets past where it is now, a systematic certification of collective delusion, that we can gauge our acts by the toll of suffering those acts cause.

We can assign numbers, to plowing down a house or uprooting an olive tree or raping a child.  If the collective acts our society seems to be designed for are to rack up the highest number possible on a suffering scale, what then does this say about who we are?

Weren’t religions supposed to, we are at least told from time to time, weigh in on such issues?  They certainly haven’t in America in a very long time.

We have a generation that was taught that kicking down a door and throwing a hand grenade into a room full of sleeping children is perfectly acceptable behavior because they are not christian.  Did we raise monsters or have so many veterans, now well over 100,000 killed themselves because the anti-depressants and mood altering drugs the military fed them year after year simply weren’t enough to let any but the pure American Sniper psychopath live with having caused so much horror.

Today we see it with police, the exact same thing, a closed society based entirely on psychopathic behavior, armed, above the law, an occupation force seeking the adrenaline rush that comes from kicking someone to death or shooting down a fleeing “suspect,” generally a panicked individual facing jail for parking fines or back child support, perhaps even unpaid student loans.

Our police are the enforcers of our slave labor society the same as our military is the enforcers for a global monstrosity.

Deal with it.” - GORDON DUFF

[Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Duff is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world's largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues. Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than "several" countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.]

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MARCHING AGAINST MONSANTO 2015

BRETT WILCOX SPEAKS ON BIO-COLONIALISM
Temecula, CA – Saturday, May 23rd, millions around the world in hundreds of cities, organized and marched against the world's most evil corporation, who like Monty Burns' sun-stealing machine, have crossed the line past cartoon villainy into pure evil. Unfortunately for us, Monsanto is not part of The Simpsons though the giant kraken has in been featured in a number of episodes as a foil.
Featured more this year was the latest on TPP, and at the end of this report, the latest on what you can do to stop this takeover tomorrow [Rand Paul's filibuster ran long so many house members elected not to leave on vacation. This could be a bloody Monday as most Americans finish up an American holiday and Congress finishes up America.]
Not just another day at the beach for this youngster

Moreover, it was the gathering together of young and old; artists, dreamers, middle class, upper middle class, and a smattering of some in-between, all united by the realization that unless Monsanto is stopped, we will all be gone by 2025. Right now the only thing which can prevent that from happening is educational exposure to the general public, it would seem. Several activist leaders were at the Laguna Beach protest march site including Brett Wilcox, the author who ran across the country to raise 'No-GMO' awareness. His experience inspired him to write a 'Book Two'. He was there with words about the fight and his reached-upon conclusion to this struggle. Here is our report.
Introducing Brett is John Diaz, the original OC recruiter/coordinator for Prop 37, a stranger I met at Occupy Los Angeles.

Both the video-mentioned book review and the urine sample test will be participated in by a TemCal staff member with the full details reported here.
The Laguna March started under puffy marchmellow cloud shady skies before paths of blue began peeking through to borderline crisp ocean air. When the skies cleared as march attendance grew but stayed dark inland, some of us took it as a sign of Psalm 37.
The woman behind the girl in the lead photo is Carol Fant, a teacher/activist who worked 2 I/2 months every day with either the city/police/code enforcement officials to comply with permits and sign-offs to secure this spot on the beach for Memorial Day weekend. Everyday, from 9-5, Monsanto gets paid to be evil. It is their job. Freedom fighters are rebels; they're part-timers. Here are some other photos of this global protest. As John said, 'you could feel the love'. The two most touching parts of our march protest occurred when a spontaneous drum moment broke out at the Taco Bell, driven by a barefoot rasta-bandana sweatbanded youth who joined the south end of the march bringing the instrument to the energy. It was a true Judy Garland moment done to 'Hi Hey, Hi Ho, GMOs have got to Go' flash mob style, as you can see in the picture below.

The second moment occurred during a Q&A audience participation portion led by Peter Mathews, Cypress College poly-sci professor and media host/consultant. Several tweens asked questions showing genuine puzzlement at the concept that evil, in addition to 'bad', actually exists in the physical world. Real life evil and church-taught evil on a global scale are poignant to hear when they get questioned by youth first making the connection.
Here's the picture of the March from someplace that might have been close to you.
LA's Compton, repped by Snickers and Buddy (dressed in bee suit), used 'ruff' language concerning Monsanto
 
March Against Monsanto - Bangladesh
March Against Monsanto - Bogota, Columbia
March Against Monsanto - Paris
March Against Monsanto - London
What you can do later Monday. See our second March Against Monsanto part 'Think Organic, Or Start To Panic'!

Friday, May 22, 2015

WHAT OCCUPY FORETOLD

GLOBALISM by JON RAPPOPORT

Temecula, CA – Many times while out and about, people will ask me 'what the message of Occupy LA was' or state 'wasn't Occupy Wall Street the real deal?' 

Occupy Wall Street was about banks, Wall Street aka 1%, and police brutality. OLA expanded the list of side effects from the system of money upward [the kraken], outward [the many kraken arms of MIC, drug wars, TPP, housing bubble, etc.] and in living color [the giant mural facing the City Hall south staircase, now crated and sitting next to the Ark somewhere in a huge warehouse]. No matter, whether called 'occupy', uprising, or protest, the stirring citizen theme is the same root one, a one world governmental order that rides on the backs of the many.


The Bible predicts this and in truth, it is already here. Only Iran, North Korea, and Cuba exist outside the Central Bank system. Some call this the 'new world order' but in truth it has been around since the 60s, under the old school name of globalism. The James Bond multi-national villain S.P.E.C.T.R.E. [in theaters soon] is based off this concept of companies being bigger than individual countries. So what is globalism and where did it come from. Here to explain is Jon Rappoport:


Try looking at the world as a giant three-volume science fiction novel. Organizations of stupefying complexity rule the scene. There is an upside to this. You can gain a much deeper understanding of the archetype of the Rebel against the system.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

What’s that you said? ‘We gave away our power?’ We? What ‘we’ is that? Did I miss a big meeting in the desert where we all got together and gave it away? Who are you anyway? A PR man for the Syndicate? There is no ‘we.’ Not until there’s an ‘I.’ Didn’t you learn that in Depro 101? Search this man. He’s either a dupe or an agent.” (Colossus Fortune, Jon Rappoport)

I’ve been chipping away and drilling the rock of Globalism for some years now (Archive::Globalist). At times, connections between my various investigations seemed uncertain, but eventually the picture swam into view.

Medically caused death and destruction. Toxic drugs. Toxic vaccines. Genetically modified food plants and their poisonous pesticides. International trade treaties. Manufactured unemployment. The pseudoscience of psychiatry. Political and media dupes. The art of group propaganda. Indoctrination and lowered IQ through education. Television mind control. Banking. Wall Street. Technocracy. And dozens more subjects.

The carrier of the Globalist world was chosen at the end of World War 2. It already existed, of course. But now it was seen as the prime instrument:
The mega-corporation.

Control of land, resources, labor. No other type of organization would be as efficient at mounting this operation.

Governments tuned themselves to a harmonic convergence with the colossus.

Wars for the corporation. Population control for the corporation. Judiciaries for the corporation.
 

Language for the corporation. Streamlined stripped-down language for minds wedded to the corporation. Reduced minds.

And hundreds of millions, even billions of people stimulated and programmed to return to old fundamentalist religious and ethnic ideologies. If that wasn’t enough, syrupy New Age religions entered the scene.

Back far enough away from this Globalist world, and you’re looking at science fiction made real.
 

Philip K Dick:  
Because today we live in a society in which spurious realities are manufactured by the media, by governments, by big corporations, by religious groups, political groups…So I ask, in my writing, What is real? Because unceasingly we are bombarded with pseudo-realities manufactured by very sophisticated people using very sophisticated electronic mechanisms…it is an astonishing power: that of creating whole universes, universes of the mind. I ought to know. I do the same thing.
In this Globalist world, the individual is considered to be a cipher, a person without status or meaning. It is the mass, the group that counts.

The notion that the individual, within himself, has the power to affect the course of events seems absurd.

Yet it is exactly this juxtaposition that can give birth to extraordinary and unforeseen possibilities. The juxtaposition of: the rebel against the colossus.
 

The journey to discover one’s own authentic power is what is called for.

In 1974, Frank Herbert, the author of Dune, wrote this:  
The current utopian ideal being touted by people as politically diverse (on the surface, but not underneath) as President Richard M. Nixon and Senator Edward M. Kennedy goes as follows — no deeds of passion allowed, no geniuses, no criminals, no imaginative creators of the new. Satisfaction may be gained only in carefully limited social interactions, in living off the great works of the past. There must be limits to any excitement. Drug yourself into a placid ‘norm.’ Moderation is the key word…
The “utopian ideal” is sameness. It is promoted. It is propagandized. It is bought and sold. 

Therefore, underneath that illusion, what lives? That is the question. What exists below and behind this enormous sales pitch?

The individual and his power.

This is dormant force that, even at this late date in history, remains to be explored.

Part of that exploration is weeding out and disposing of cynical philosophical exploitations such as: “power is evil.”

Power=corruption.”

Power is not the same thing as crime. Power is not the same thing as rule by force. Power is not the same thing as control of populations.

Not when you’re talking about the voyage of the individual as he discovers what is within himself.
 

I keep saying that, and I’ll keep on saying it.

See the planet as a “galactic” syndicate and you begin to see the real terms of the situation. 

The individual has been edged out, marginalized, co-opted into the structure whenever possible. The individual has been left in the darkness, as if he is a vestigial and extinct prop from an earlier period on the evolutionary tree.

Good. So be it.

It clarifies things.

The utopian ideal of Globalism is not only an illusion and a deception, it’s an impossibility—which is to say, all projections of a uniform society based on a group-outcome, in which we agree on an image of what we strive for…there is no freedom in that. There is no actual harmony in that. There is no passion in that.

The society to hope for and work for is an open one. And that means individuals, self-empowered, imagine and independently invent their greatest multiple futures and realities simultaneously.

And for that to happen, individuals have to discover what their own power is.

And then there can be authentic cooperation and community.

Let me put it this way. The Globalists are painting a gigantic mural, which they call Reality. They want us to look at it, be hypnotized by it, and walk into it, to take up residence there.
The notion that we can reject this mural and instead paint a new one together…is completely absurd.

That would be just another version of slavery—in this case, self-imposed.

Freedom is not uniformity. It never was.”

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Menifee: Harvest Valley Elementary temporarily on lock down during police pursuit of robbery suspects, 3 arrested

Menifee, Ca - On May 20, 2015, at 10:15 a.m., officers from the Menifee Police Department were hailed down by a victim of a strong arm robbery that had just occurred in the 26900 block of Newport Boulevard, Menifee.  Two separate victims had their purses stolen by force.

Officers immediately broadcast information about the suspects involved in the robbery.  An officer was able to locate the vehicle used in the crime near the intersection of State Highway 74 and Briggs Road at 10:45 a.m..  A stop of the vehicle was initiated and the driver yielded.  While calling out passengers in the vehicle, one of the occupants ran off while simulating a handgun.  The suspect jumped the fence onto the Harvest Valley Elementary campus.  


The school was immediately placed on lockdown.  Officers gave chase and apprehended the suspect on campus immediately.  An extensive search of the campus and surrounding area by a K9 team, patrol officers, and the Sheriff's airship confirmed there were no firearms on campus.  An "all clear" was given at 12:08 p.m., returning the school to normal operations.

Sxxx Pxxx (26 years from Hemet), James Brady (30 years, transient from Hemet), and Rachel Fiore (26 years from Hemet) were booked into the county jail for the robbery and other related charges.
This is an active investigation.  Anyone having information regarding this incident is encouraged to call the Menifee Police Department at (951) 210-1000 or (951) 776-1099 (24-hours).

Hemet: man arrested for assault on a peace officer after stand off

Hemet, Ca - On May 20, 2015 about 8:21 A.M. deputies were dispatched to 40363 Stetson Avenue, Hemet regarding a family disturbance. Deputies contacted the victim who stated her son, Manuel Retiz, 34 years old and a resident of Hemet had choked her. The victim stated Retiz ran out of the residence and jumped over the fence.

A deputy located Retiz and a foot pursuit ensued, Retiz jumped over the fence and into the back yard of 40252 Stetson Avenue. Retiz entered the garage of the residence and barricaded himself inside. Sheriff's deputies and officers from the San Jacinto Police Department and Hemet Police Department set up a perimeter. A police service dog from the city of also San Jacinto arrived on scene. Verbal commands were made to Reitz to exist the residence, however he refused to come out.


Entry into the garage was finally made and deputies were immediately assaulted by Reitz who threw glass jars filled with nails at the deputies from the rafters of the garage. Retiz gained access to the main residence through a crawl space in the garage and jumped through a closed window in an attempt to escape. Retiz refused to comply with deputies' orders and kept reaching into his waistband saying "No, shoot me". Hemet personnel used a conductive electronic device to incapacitate Retiz to finally subdue him.

During the arrest of Retiz, three Sheriff's deputies were injured and required medical attention. The suspect was treated for minor injuries at Hemet Valley Hospital and then booked into the Larry Smith Correctional Facility for Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Assault on a Peace Officer.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Perris: Woman arrested for running a brothel, pimping a 15 year old girl

Perris, Ca - On Thursday, April 9, 2015, members of the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (RCAHT) received information that a 15-year-old female runaway juvenile was possibly being sexually exploited in the Good Hope area of unincorporated Riverside County.

During the ensuing investigation, RCAHT task force officers located prostitution postings on a popular classified advertisement website depicting photographs of a female whom officers recognized as the missing juvenile. In some of these advertisements, the victim was shown in the accompaniment of an adult female, later identified as Jamesha Katherine Glean, age 33.

Acting upon this information, on May 13, 2015, RCAHT Task Force officers served a search warrant at Glean’s residence located in the 23100 block of Marshall St., Perris.  Glean was contacted at the residence and taken into custody without incident. The residence was searched and evidence related to the investigation was seized.

Glean was subsequently booked into the Southwest Detention Center in Murrieta on charges of human trafficking of a minor, pimping of a minor, maintaining a brothel, and child endangerment. Bail has been set in the amount of $50,000.00. Child Protective Services responded to the location and took Glean’s five children into protective custody.  

The Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force was formed in 2010 to address crimes involving the exploitation of victims via force, fraud, or coercion. These cases often involve the commercial sex trafficking of children, as well as incidents of forced labor, indentured servitude, debt bondage, or slavery. The RCAHT Task Force is a multidisciplinary task force which combines the investigative resources of both local and federal law enforcement. The RCAHT Task Force also provides victim services and education/outreach through partnerships with the non-profit groups Operation SafeHouse and Million Kids. 

The law enforcement component of RCAHT is currently composed of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, the Hemet Police Department, the Riverside Police Department, the U.S. State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This investigation of this incident is continuing. Anyone with additional information about this case is encouraged to contact Deputy Daniel Engels at (951) 955-1700.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Lake Elsinore: 2 wanted for car theft and kidnapping

Lake Elsinore, Ca - On Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at approximately 2:08 PM, officers were dispatched to a vehicle theft and kidnapping in the 17300 block of De Brask Avenue. Officers arrived within minutes of the call.
The initial investigation revealed the owner of a Toyota truck parked his vehicle in front of his residence and momentarily went inside the home. The owner left the vehicle running with his child asleep inside the truck. The owner of the vehicle exited the house and saw two subjects get into his vehicle and drive off.


Additional patrol units responded and a perimeter was established with the assistance of air support and a police service canine. A search was conducted for the stolen vehicle and child. The air unit subsequently located the stolen truck abandoned in the 29800 block of Clement Street. The child was still in the vehicle and was unharmed.
  • Suspect #1 was described as a Hispanic male adult in his 20s, medium build with tattoos on both arms and wearing dark clothing.
  • Suspect #2 was described as a white female adult in her 20s, thin build with blond hair and black roots wearing a black hoodie.
Anyone having further knowledge or information pertaining to this case is encouraged to contact Officer Williams or Officer Messien at the Lake Elsinore Police Department at 951-245-3300, or after hours at (951) 776-1099.