Thursday, May 10, 2012

Shithouse Rats on the Armageddon Train.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet!

(for some reason, I cannot comment but I can post. I can imagine the source of the problem- grin-, so, we'll just limp along from my end, till it clears up.)

We're still out of function, at dumbass junction and the creeps in the shit just won't quit; so it goes in the moment. If it's not flat out drug dealing by the people who shouldn't be anywhere near drugs, unless they are taking them in a suicide attempt, which has my full approval, they're transparently behind all the dirty works that they want to blame on an organization that doesn't exist and which they created for the purpose of their police state agenda. Someone mentioned this being an honest mistake, on the part of an evil, no talent, sewer rat. His capacity toward honest mistakes, is about as dubious as his lineage and... since he's already been previously accused of the same thing before, one can hardly be faulted for noticing his commitment to the usual Tribal behavior, that is the hallmark of his kind. I'm sure that's a non PC reference on my part. Good for me.

Meanwhile, more and more, hard to imagine, really crazy things keep surfacing, on that fly speckled windshield, through which the present presents itself. I'm not sure if this qualifies as an episode of “Justified” or “Breaking Bad”; either will do; Gus Fring to the white courtesy phone.

Everywhere I go these days, I see implosion and ever greater degrees of absurdity. I don't know whether to laugh or cry and alternatively I do both. I'm working on rewriting The Constitution and The Bill of Rights but that might have to wait a few days until I'm back in the mood where I started to do it, which requires a particular comestible to attain the full effect of it (grin).

Satanism and Tribe efforts and agendas are mutual and codependent and as the smallest minority on the planet, they also make up the largest percentage of satanists and militant gay Nazis. “The facts are on our side”. Right, sure they are. If you go over to Shithouse Rat News (also known as Fox), you find the news to be mostly about this, except for mention of the latest murder event by Mossad and the CIA in Syria. The media is completely owned by shithouse rats and reported on by shithouse rats, to the point that they seldom even give their names anymore, because it would be so obvious who was doing all of it. Does this anti-therapy bill not look a lot like certain laws that came out about an event in Europe, supposedly around World War Two? This war followed the mass murder of tens of millions in Russia, due to The Tribe's Bolshevik Revolution. Didn't happen? The Russia thing, I mean? Of course it did? You don't agree? You're a shithouse rat too. Yeah baby, that's where we at, gonna boogie down with a shithouse rat.

Anybody think I like talking about this so often? Why is it that I do? Well, I'm surrounded by cowards, whose chief entertainment is being buggered by shithouse rats. I suppose that makes me aunti-this and aunti that but Uncle Tom I'm not, l'dat. Let me quote myself, just in case it went by in a blur the first time, or happened because of a bump of discomfort on the part of chicken shits, who want to go along to get along; boom! Right into the abyss; “Satanism and Tribe efforts and agendas are mutual and codependent and as the smallest minority on the planet they also make up the largest percentage of satanists and militant gay Nazis”. I guess my grandmother might not approve of my language but, she's long gone and I'm not into ancestor worship.

The two links mentioned here that deal with the issue under discussion, are filled with so much slant, cant and ratshit that it would make any normal person, any objective minded individual, cringe from the contemplation of them. The good and bad news is that there aren't hardly any of those people around anymore. This is what has brought Mr. Apocalypse out of his coffin and into the cold light of this faux, global warming day. Yeah, they want to make global denying against the law and saying who did 9/11 against the law too. They want to make everything against the law, except for every illegal and unnatural act on their own parts. We'll see.

It's time and past time for the big stick to come out and open that gigantic can of Whoopass. It's time and past time, for payback to come back, for those who created all the cancers so that their quack physicians could not cure it, so that their medical supply companies, hospital killing grounds, insurance companies and all the rest of their interdependent business interests could make a fortune out of it, along with all their charities, which are no more than vampire blood banks. It's time and past time to open the Gates of Hell and wish them a faretheeill

Ah, come on Visible, it's not all that bad. You are correct Sir and Madame, it is far worse than that. Where is The Toxic Avenger and Disgusto Man? I saw two pieces of psychopathic, violence porn recently, “The Avengers” and “Underworld Awakening”. It must be that either my consciousness is going through some kind of transformation, or they have really gone over the top, to the point that the ratshit and the sick shit, are now crossbreeding 24/7 and if you say anything about that, you had better keep in mind that it is probably against the law and the only reason it isn't against the law, is that it is in the process of becoming against the law.

Putin is not coming to the GQ 8, or whatever they are calling it, yet I see this. What the hell does that mean? Shades of Red Dawn! Don't even try to figure it out. You don't need a Ferrari anymore to go nowhere fast. You can get there standing still now. Answers? Fuggedaboutit. In a world of postdated 68's, I guess you can't expect more, unless someone is going to cum in the mail. “I been searchin” oh yeah baby, “I got 99”. Let me see, 68 from 99 leaves you 31. That doesn't tell me anything either. Big surprise.

So, back to that shithouse rat, lack of courage, conviction and “I voted for Richard Nixon”, thing. Does it matter if you stand up for or state what you believe in, which happens at the same time to be also true? I have no way of knowing at the moment. I know that silence can often be a crime of omission. Maybe that's a clue to something, even though Bob's not my uncle. I'm turning it around in my mind like meditation balls in my hand. I'm trying to picture it and afraid that if I do, I'll never get another erection in this life and may even need my own therapy, which will also be against the law.

This is probably more Petri Dish than Smoking Mirrors but what comes up is what goes out. Given that the culture now resembles a mouth full of Jujubes and Gummy Bears stuck to the rotting teeth of a skid-row alcoholic, dead in some alley, where Love and Truth lie beaten, bleeding and alone, I'd say it's brunch time for shithouse rats and the tribe they rode in on. It gives a whole new meaning to picking your teeth (in Poughkeepsie? Wrong reference, no doubt).

How is it that we have come to the point where all of the news and topics of conversation, are focused on the smallest concerns of the least numbers of us? Why... it must be because the death of the culture and the destruction of its basic unit is the main priority of shithouse rats.

I don't usually talk like this in real life. Then again, I haven't seen real life since MTV told me what it was and there are all kinds of Big Brother, I'm guessing. One just has to soldier on at this point and endure at every other point, until critical mass comes around and bites those shithouse rats on the ass. You know as much as I do at this point and probably more, in some cases. I know that Shamballa, Shangri-La and the Western Pure Land, are all the same place. I had that pointed out to me a couple of days ago, in the most undeniable fashion, while at the same time being told that I didn't have to do anything about it, my RSVP was on the way. That's some comfort.

Having screwed up many things, for the purpose of demonstration, I have some idea of what I can and cannot do and the latter certainly exceeds the former. Rats on a stick anyone?

End Transmission.......


DaveS said...

Rats on a stick might taste great (less filling!) but I think the rat might like being on the end of that symbolic phallus...
Mr Visible, you certainly deserve a place at the head of any table Truth decides to set. Thanks for all your words, they inspire and don't vampire – and a lot of other non rhyming positive things too.

tmcfall said...

Just when I'm thinking I has to go to work widout a dose of Visible...he comes through!!!! I might be a Visible addict!
mahalo from Tom in Tempe Arizona

the gardener said...

"people who shouldn't be anywhere near drugs, unless they are taking them in a suicide attempt, which has my full approval"

now THAT'S a fine focused intent for the day.

the gardener

the gardener said...

On link #3-in which the 'in your face' did escape me... this commenter points out "HappyToSeeYa

Liar caught in the act of lying.

It's really funny because his book entitled "The Tyranny of Clichés: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas" is exactly about the author and his fellow conservatives."

Just another brick in the wall of this upside down and backwards world we're involved with right now. A wee bit beyond the 'projection' and 'transference' processes. tee hee

"Time for all to show who and what they really are"

Good to know the pyschopaths really do believe we are all dumber than they are.

Reminds me of this local slimeball politician running again for the office he lost four years ago due to HIS CORRUPT GOOD OLD BOYS CORRUPTION... he writes a letter to the editor 'clarifying what his political proponent used against him last year 'releasing gossip that he'd 'sued his own mother' to get at his father's robust estate."

It was really his SISTER who wrote an ARTICLE for a paper detailing how he'd tried to GET HIS MOTHER COMMITTED so he could steal his father's estate from mother/sisters.

That was what really cost him his election. Of course. Does that stop the lying psychotic schmuck? No... because they think more lies will just overwhelm TRUTH... it doesn't. Shine on you crazy demons. lol

PS-if he hadn't been involved with being a big part of what happened to me and my family five years ago I wouldn't know or care about what the crooked little politicians in crooked little towns in crooked little counties in bumf&cked Idamo. Shameless to the point of soullessness... as I put it to one so far uncorrupted lawyer 'what kind of perversions and addictions do these people have that requires them to need so much money they kill and destroy for it?"

Lawyer was taken back a bit but says 'It's greed!' and I'm like 'nawwww it's got to be a little bit more that GREED fueling their fires to do such hideous soulless harm-repeatedly' Perverted addictions... hmmmm

the gardener

Clarity said...

You are at the top of your game today, Visible!

Powerful words - the truth that needs to be spoken. The few who do, like you, shine their light in the world as the cowardly shithouse rats scurry through their excrement looking for a place to hide. They're trapped in their own bullshit existence, as they begin to realize that the lies they help spread will do them in when all is said and done. Maybe Gates can develop a bullshit vaccine to give them immunity. I'm sure they'd buy into that crap if they felt it would lead to salvation. This leads me again to the vision of them going underground.... The shithouse rats cowering in the darkness in their tunnels and sewers. DUMBs really is the perfect name for them.

You get a double Amen today, Visible.

Love, light, and peace to all,

Love To Push Those Buttons said...

Sometimes I can't do things on one browser, but I can do things on another. After the changes google made to blogger, I can't post of Opera, so I have to go to Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. If you have more than one browser, see if you can comment on another.

Good article, but I can't think of anything to say about it. Well, except that I suppose the collective humanity has almost hit nadir, and very soon there will be no place to go but up?

It's cool, though. I'm having a fun time being cooked in the Bay Area. The oven is only set to warm, though. San Onofre is almost 400 miles away, Sutro Tower kills too slow, but things can happen. ;^)

Richie (Dana) said...

Of course it all comes down to personal choices eventually.

I can choose to follow every nuance of these scumbags who have made some very obvious choices as to where they are headed. I can promise you one thing, and that is that I am not going with them. I do not give a crap what they are doing because the whole thing stinks to high heaven.

I am sick to death of these assholes and this stupid ridiculous existence. Once I fill my ‘contract’ for this stupid 3D world I am so outa here and I am NEVER coming back. It has always been quite obvious that I never belonged here to begin with.

There are some Aliens nearby offering rescue so my choice is to publicly request to be rescued from this stupid planet ASAP. Please accept my thanks in advance.


Anonymous said...

LV, no Nazis without Bolsheviks. What would you do if a murderous Jew state was on your border and was trying to take your country down with saboteurs and agitators and corrupt press?

You'd turn Nazi. And the Nazis would have cleaned the Jews out of Eastern Europe if Rothschild hadn't called in its Western Reserves and double-teamed Hitler.

Otherwise, great post as usual.


Anonymous said...

That's very interesting about the Russian Troops coming over and I wonder if it has something to do with that private conversation obama and Putin's predecessor had....


JerseyCynic said...


next stop china...

Fed Clears Way for Chinese Firms to Buy US Banks


or is that



brokenbeat said...

Life in the proverbial Chinese curse of interesting times... Terrance said the novelty would ramp up til there was no more... Gregory says there's no honest work in the system... Elle did the expat thing and is back in the homeland and now in a yurt (can I visit?)... No refuge 'cept in our inner kingdom, living in the prescence of the Lord... Despite appearances, all is in control... Seek the divine, prime the pump... Do the work, grow awareness, gain beingness... Hold the center, don't succumb to fear... Live in Love, be of service... Watch the show with compassion but detachment... 'Tis interesting times indeed and portent to be evermoreso... Just when we'll get our heads wrapped around one stupendous development, another paradigm-shifter will roll in, shower down, rattle round, collapse about us, spew up, permeate through, arrive unannounced... Shock and awe indeed!...Just keep your wits about you, don't wig out...Keep Calm, Carry On... You asked to be here, enjoy the E-ticket ride...


John V.

Visible said...

Try to see the word Nazis as something other than a literal projection with whatever the historical truth may or may not have been. Sometimes a Nazi is just a Nazi and sometimes its a banana used for a bad president's cigar.

I did switch over to another browser and it worked. The synchronicity around here is near terrifying sometimes.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Visible and all. Speaking of shithouse rats, here's one of them fleeing the train.

On a stick with swiss cheese please.


the gardener said...

Vis, your last link 'yet I see this' :"John Moore said on Wednesday’s broadcast, that he got news from the CIA Headquarters a report that says within the next 7 months, there will be between 30,000 – 100,000 Russian Troops coming to America to stay. First wave of troops begins on May 21st. "

at 12:16 he starts his own 'double back opposite land' talk about 'who'll be targeted-on the list, by the Russian robot soldiers..." actually, in my experience, with as much of the population revealing their selves to be nothing less than full blown pathologicals-either possessed, devoid of souls robots... these he mentions as being 'targets for extermination' would ACTUALLY be those most likely to be INCORPORATED into the agenda of this scheme. ESPECIALLY if the robots thought they 'were on an extermination list'....

So either this man reporting his 'top secret insider CIA news' is either stupid or deviant or maybe a stupid deviant. Planting such shit in pathologicals' minds. Pathologicals are always afraid of death and dying. KILLING doesn't bother them much but THEM DYING bothers them a lot.

just my little catch on that broadcast.

the gardener

PS-I have a very psychic kid (he doesn't realize it yet and I keep quiet about it to him) but he's had quite the urge to 'learn Russian' this past year-found a site where for like $20 you can fast track learn all kinds of languages. hmmmm Now he did really like this movie about these two Irish brothers whose mother was Russian and taught her boys all kinds of languages-they were really kick ass Catholics. :) 'the boys really do love their cartoons don't they' what a wise old aunty noticed aloud to me years ago.

Anonymous said...

The whole world has gone shithouse-rat crazy. Not just as a macrocosm, but as a microcosm. The other night I'm sitting in a hotel room working on my computer. The rain is pelting down outside. A male in his 30's, of a particular ethnic persuasion, is traversing the walkway outside my door with a little boy of the same ethnic persuasion, who was approximately three years old. The little boy was frightened by the storm's attendant thunder and lightning and he asked his older companion (who was probably his father), what was going on. His companion stated the following - "It's fucking RAIN, man. That's what it is...fuckin' rain, you motherfucker." Put that one in your cranium and process it. Speaking of ethnic persuasions and plagiarism, you can't tell the good guys from the bad guys. Martin Luther King Jr., who is pretty much universally revered as an avatar of Truth and Light, was a known plagiarist. The sheer volume of previously written material which he blatantly ripped off and claimed as his own is staggering in its scope. His Doctor of Divinity thesis was plagiarized; great chunks of his "books" were flat-out stolen, in some cases, to the tune of 60% of the previously written work or more - so it shouldn't be surprising that Jonah Goldberg did the same thing. I knew a "famous artist" in Dallas, Texas, back in the day - his alleged brilliance was trumpeted by the MSM, and he was revered as a genius by art critics everywhere. His "paintings" went for $250,000 a pop and UP; he was featured in a series of high-profile TV and print ads for Seagrams whiskey, for which he was paid an ungodly amount of money as well. Which is ironically fitting, because he was also a raging drunk and about a six-pack shy of a case, and one night, after he had consumed his usual 10 to 12 martinis in the span of about an hour, he spilled his guts to me about "the secret" of his amazing artistic technique. He would get blind drunk and take tubes of paint, and squeeze them out, over a canvas. He would take a tube in each hand, and just squeeze them hard as hell, and let the paint flat-out fly. Then he would take a second canvas, and press it on top of the first one, like an Oreo cookie top. Then he would peel off the top canvas, and, "Voila", his masterpiece was ready for public consumption. But that's par for the shithouse-rat course. The famous music producer, Quincy Jones, ALWAYS uses arrangers and composers who are actually proficient at writing and arranging music (something he is incapable of doing). When his hired lackeys finish a tune, Quincy puts his name on it and claims it as his own. This is a well-known fact in the music business. And it is the rule, not the exception. Most of the big-name wonder bands from the 60's and 70's were handpicked from a pool of "talent", which consisted of the offspring of military intelligence types. Most of them couldn't play a lick. Studio musicians laid down their tracks for them, and the band took credit. In the world of invention, Thomas Edison was a known plagiarist. His genius was 1% inspiration and 99% plagiarism. But it's the same in every field of endeavor, artistic and otherwise. And at the top of each greasy flagpole of plagiarism and deceit, you can find a Tribe member calling the shots, with more-than-willing sycophants underneath them, who bathe in the glow of monetary reward, and the attendant public adoration, which is afforded to them for talents which they do not actually possess. They are all just willing puppets. Or shithouse rats on a stick, as it were. Who produce shit on a stick for public consumption.

Biggus Fan said...

"I saw two pieces of psychopathic, violence porn recently, “The Avengers” and “Underworld Awakening”"

Wha? Your examples are usually dead-on, but THE AVENGERS is essentially a faithful adaptation of sixty years of children's comic books - and quite a nifty, entertaining one. It took a while for Hollywood effects to catch up to the imaginations of comic book creators, but now they have it NAILED and it's lovely.

Lee and Kirby ARE of the tribe, though, HMMMMMMMMM

Gregory F. Fegel said...

Vis mentioned "The Tribe's Bolshevik Revolution."

The Rothschilds funded both sides in the Napoleonic Wars, and the US Civil War. The Rothschilds funded the English and their allies in the Crimean War, and the European occupation of Mexico in the 1860s. The International banksters likewise funded both sides in World Wars One and Two.

We know that a lot of the USA's Founding Fathers were Freemasons, one of whom, Benjamin Franklin, sought French help for the American Revolution. French funding, supplies, and support, the French Navy, and French troops played a substantial role in winning the American Revolution. Lefayette did not come alone; he was accompanied by a French army. Some historians say that the American Revolution was won mainly by the French.

In 1779, Spain joined France in supporting the American Revolutionaries. The American Revolution was a "World War", in which the French fought the British throughout the Caribean, including battles at Dominica, Grenada, Saint Vincent, Montserrat, Tobago, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, and the Turks and Caicos Islands. A combined French and Spanish fleet was prevented from invading Jamaica when they were defeated at sea by the British, in the Battle of the Saintes. The French and Spanish also prepared to invade England with 40,000 troops, but abandoned that plan for strategic reasons. Combined French and Spanish forces attacked Gibraltar and Minorca in the Mediterranean, and also Demerara and Essequibo (Guyana) in South America. In India, the French fought the British in the Second Anglo-Mysore War (1778-1784). Peace talks for the American Revolution were conducted in Paris, where the signing of the Treaty of Paris officially ended the Ameican Revolutionary War in 1783. See:​American_Revolutionary_War

"Haym Solomon (or Salomon) (April 7, 1740 – January 6, 1785) was a Spanish and Portuguese Jew who immigrated to New York from Poland during the period of the American Revolution, and who became a prime financier of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War against Great Britain."

"During the American Revolution, the House of Rothschild brokered a deal between the Throne of England and Prince William of Germany. William was to provide 16,800 Hessian soldiers to help England stop the Revolution in America. Rothschild was also made responsible for the transfer of funds that were to pay the German soldiers. The transfer was never made. The soldiers were never paid, which may account for their poor showing."

Gregory F. Fegel said...

Part two:

So, just like every other major war in the past 240 years, the American Revolution was funded by the Rothschilds and their associates. Contrary to all the Founding Fathers' talk about "Natural and Unalienable Rights", the American Revolution and the Constitution did not bring freedom to America's women, blacks, indentured servants, Native Americans, or landless white men.

"The basic principle that governed voting in colonial America was that voters should have a “stake in society.” Leading colonists associated democracy with disorder and mob rule, and believed that the vote should be restricted to those who owned property or paid taxes. Only these people, in their view, were committed members of the community and were sufficiently independent to vote. Each of the thirteen colonies required voters either to own a certain amount of land or personal property, or to pay a specified amount in taxes. Many colonies imposed other restrictions on voting, including religious tests. Catholics were barred from voting in five colonies and Jews in four. The right to vote varied widely in colonial America. In frontier areas, seventy to eighty percent of white men could vote. But in some cities, the percentage was just forty to fifty percent."

When you rewrite the US Constitution (and I agree that it does need rewriting), please make sure that "Natural and Unalienable Rights" are recognized for all of the world's people, and not just for US citizens.

Anonymous said...

Dude, this piece is hilarious.
Thanks for that. I often like to counter accusations that I`d be an Aunti-That with the compromise of being at least some type of judaophobe since we´re talking minorities and this concerns explicitly the tiny tribe of judah whose dispute over the case of moloch among other topics estranged itself ,to put it mildly, from the other tribes of "Israel" which assimilated accordingly and mingled with their likeminded canaanite fellows and the rest of the world. So this leaves myself with the proposition that quite a few people could have inherited a smidgeon of israelite DNA memory. Maybe this could be further clarified in a census on the other side of the apartheid wall among the rightful heirs to the land of palestine whom the name of Israel had been originally bestowed upon.
Lang lebe Palästina,
und ich erhebe mein Glas auf Günter Grass ,
Masel Tov und ein Gruss von der persona non grata

Anaughty Mouser said...

Thank you Visible for your post and readers for your comments.

'Crazy as a shit-house rat' is an expression I've always wondered the origin to.

Nevertheless it is an adept analogy to those 'chosen' tribe members constantly trying to skewer goyim.

In no small way have these individuals aided in turning much of the world into a literal shithouse.


Visible said...

Please do not make tons of outrageous claims about MLK and others as anonymous.

I couldn't get past 20 minutes of The Avengers twice and that will do it for me on attempts.

A.Mouser said...

P.S. When I encounter one of these rats I try to claw their eyes out and leave them wandering blind until one higher on the food chain eats them alive (despite their foul odor). Justice.

(a cat good at catching rodents)

Gregory F. Fegel said...

The previous quote I posted about voting rights in the USA did not clearly distinguish between the Colonial and the post-Revolutionary USA. However, voting restrictions did not change with the transition from a British Colony to the USA.

"When the country was founded, in most states, only white men with property were permitted to vote (freed African Americans could vote in four states). White working men, almost all women, and all other people of color were denied the franchise. At the time of the American Civil War, most white men were allowed to vote, whether or not they owned property, but literacy tests, poll taxes, and even religious tests were used in various places, and most white women, people of color, and Native Americans still could not vote."

Visible said...

Things like this make you wonder.

Visible said...

Isn't that voting info general common knowledge, or am I missing something?

Visible said...

Patrick Willis does it again.

Anonymous said...

The following was taken from

In 1988, the Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project made a discovery that shocked it to its core.

The Project, a group of academics and students, had been entrusted by Coretta Scott King with the task of editing King's papers for publication. As they examined King's student essays and his dissertation, they gradually became aware that King was guilty of massive plagiarism - that is, he had copied the words of other authors word-for-word, without making it clear that what he was writing was not his own.

The Project spent years uncovering the full extent of King's plagiarism. In November 1990, word leaked to the press, and they had to go public. The revelations caused a minor scandal and then were promptly forgotten.

Indeed, I had never heard of them until I read a student letter to the Daily Nebraskan three weeks ago. That letter sent me in search of the truth about Martin Luther King Jr.'s student career.

Like most graduate students, King spent the first half of his doctoral work taking courses in his degree area, theology. His surviving papers from that period show that from the very beginning he was transcribing articles by eminent theologians, often word for word, and representing them as his own work.

After completing his course work, graduate students usually write a dissertation or thesis, supposedly an independent and original contribution to scholarship. King's thesis was anything but original. In fact, the sheer extent of his plagiarism is breathtaking.

Page after page contains nothing but direct, verbatim transcriptions of the work of others. In 1990, the King Project estimated that less than half of some chapters was actually written by King himself. Since then, even more of his "borrowings" have been traced.

Calculating the exact extent of his plagiarism will require a computer analysis, but having looked over Chapter III in detail, I estimate that at least three quarters of it was stolen from other authors.

King stole from the subjects of his dissertation, the theologians Tillich and Wieman. He copied the writings of other theologians - passages from philosophy textbooks. But most unforgivably of all, thousands of words in paragraph-sized chunks, were taken from the thesis of a fellow student, Jack Boozer, an ex-army chaplain who returned to Boston University after the war to get his degree.

We even know how he did it, for King was systematic in his plagiarism. He copied significant phrases, sentences or whole paragraphs from the books he was consulting onto a set of index cards. "Writing" a thesis was then a matter of arranging these cards into a meaningful order.

Sometimes he linked the stolen parts together with an occasional phrase of his own, but as often as not he left the words completely unchanged. The index cards still survive, with their damning evidence intact.

Anonymous said...

The problem with the United States right now took place in other places the sado-satanists had controlled from behind. Blackmail plays a factor, and that sucks!

But, America you are suppose to defeat it. Good = right
Bad = wrong

The danger is they've harvested souls for too long now. So we will now change that, watching it right itself.

Nature rules.


Richie (Dana) said...

I just realized that we have had the solution to our problems right beside us the whole time.

A. Mouser to the rescue!

chaukeedaar said...

My first comment here, my sincere reference for the hitting words, dear Visibles! Sad that I didn't find your blog before, but thats life.
You had me smiling like a happy dog today in the train reading this post, so you also distributed some happiness (or head shaking) in a train in Switzerland today ;-) For the time being, that is not against the law yet...

Hit them again!
Cheers, Chaukeedaar

A.Mouser said...


Patrick's rendition of 'Frottage' - including video - was so moving that I had to watch/listen to it twice.

Murder, hubris, pan-social psychopathology.

Where are we going from here?


Visible said...

Well, I don't know about all that concerning King. What I am not getting though is that I am getting the impression (and I could be wrong) that somehow this is meant as a justification for Goldberg's claim about the Pulitzer which he claimed TWICE. Now, if I am wrong about this then that is the end to my confusion. Meanwhile, if there is something I'm not getting here, the two circumstances are entirely different and Pulitzer Prize claims or not, Goldberg is an odious reptile from a schlect provenance.

I'm also confused how Coretta Scott King winds up engaged in exposing Martin. Something doesn't sound right here and this sort of thing would be all over the news. Pardon my mystification. It is the apocalypse after all. One thing I'm grateful for, no one is going to find plagiarism in my background, or claims of award nominations either..

gurnygob said...

New video just up-loaded to youtube today. A must watch!!!!


Visible said...

LeMat, as you should be aware by now, you are permanently banned. That is no easy feat here so, congratulations. You should also know that I check who comments before I even read the post. Therefore, neither of yours got read.

Visible said...

Right! I just realized something so, credit where credit is due. Godsend had come around recently and every time he has ever been here he starts off engaging and companionable. Then it goes downhill from there and then I get sentenced to Hell. I know he comes here because of the traffic and the level of intelligence of the readers. He considers this place prime real estate for his idea of salvation. Unfortunately, the level of intelligence here precludes the intent and success of his efforts.

This is the first time he has come and gone and none of the usual things have followed and I want to offer my thanks and a modicum of respect for that. I want to acknowledge that and I have. Carry on.

Richie (Dana) said...

Here is a message from an Alien being who talks of artifacts similar to those in the article you linked.

My guess is that we simply have no clue at this time the extent of the darkness that engulfs us and that there is going to be some huge surprises that shck the hell out of many people.

I simply cannot wait...

Richie (Dana) said...

Regarding Godsend,

I was very encouraged when he told me I was half right.

I must be really making some progress now.
There is always hope

Anonymous said...

Thank you Visible. Thank you All.
Richie (Dana) said: “My guess is that we simply have no clue at this time the extent of the darkness that engulfs us and that there is going to be some huge surprises that shocks the hell out of many people.”
Yeah, that thought has crossed my mind a lot too. I’ve also thought that it will be something no one has figured on that has ever fathomed a guess, so it’ll be something fan-tab-u-lous!! At this point, all I can say is, if that’s the case and I’m around, I’m gonna do the happy dawg dance! Bow-wow, yippee-yay, yippee yay, Bow-wow, yippee-yay!!! Serena

Anonymous said...

MLK was Zio-owned and created - just like Gandhi before him.

Gandhi's main contribution to the world was his unfailing promotion of Satyagraha - or, applying unrelenting pressure for social and political reform, via friendly, passive, non-violent resistance. Of course, that works in fictional movies (like the Zio-produced, Oscar-winning, 1982 hit film, "Gandhi"), but it simply does not work in real life. In fact, it has the opposite effect.

In real life, Satyagraha puts a bullseye on your back, and makes it easier for the Elite to identify you, maim you, kill you, or put you in a gulag. MLK was a carbon-copy practitioner and advocate of Satyagraha - he preached non-violent resistance to the core. And this is all part of a grander plan; this is exactly what the Elite wanted. And this is why the Zio-owned media never outed Dr. King on his obvious, plagiaristic excesses, which are well-documented, and which initially came to the fore way back in 1990, at which time, over the course of at most the next couple of days, the information was placed on the back pages of most newspapers and given one-line lip service on most TV news broadcasts, and summarily swept into obscurity.

If the Evil Empire really hated Dr. King and wanted to discredit him, THAT was the time to do it. But oddly enough, they stayed silent. Why? Simple. MLK was on the team, so to speak. And his legacy of promoting the "truthful" virtues of passive, non-violent resistance, was exactly what the Elite wanted to remain intact.

What better way to isolate, imprison, and/or kill the most vociferous of your enemies, than by convincing them that non-violent resistance is effective? (Which, historically speaking, has never been the case. It only appears to be true in Zio-created, Hollywood portrays, via fictional movies like "Gandhi". In reality, the history of non-violent resistance - aside from the handful of choreographed "Great Change Episodes" that have been staged and summarily noted in the Zio-owned press - is littered with the corpses of millions of dupes who drank the Kool-Aid, believed in the cause, and went blindly to their deaths...)

Visible said...

Man... I get the impression that you don't like anyone and in this case, the anonymous thing is really a questionable item.

I couldn't imagine why someone wouldn't identify themselves when saying this sort of thing. I'm going to have to not acknowledge any of this, until I see literal proof and I mean comprehensibly and in detail, presenting the scope and volume of the claims being made here.

I don't know what sort of world you envision approaching but it seems very dark and empty, void of all light and filled with the implication that all is lost and there is no good in anything.

As far as Gandhi goes, I'm going with what various spiritual teachers had to say about him because their authority carries a great deal more weight with me. I expect that they are all Zio controlled too, as is the sun and moon and pretty much everything else.

I don't mean to be disparaging here because, actually I don't know but according to you everyone is Zio controlled, from Edison to geez, I guess everyone. I know I'm not and have no association in that respect at all so... I don't know what to make of this and won't make anything of it.

I'm going to continue getting my information from my invisible friends and I'm going to keep on keeping in mind that NO ONE terrestrially has got an ounce of power that hasn't been temporarilly granted to them by the prime mover who controls the switch that turns on the lights and turns off the lights and grants whatever is present for the purpose of demonstration and also removes it whenever it pleases.

I can only give my loyalty to and only honor one source of inspiration. That's how it works for me, period and I don't fear these impotent scoundrels, not one iota. I fear only displeasing the one who maintains my presence here and anywhere, at any time, ever.

Stella Blue said...

Indeed Mouser & Visible--PW did it again! A video masterpiece that in the end, to me, seemed to cleverly portray an artistic frottage of blending Edvard Munch's The Scream with a blind Kabuki/Noh-faced asian man (like perhaps the blind Chinese activist in the news who is against forced sterilization?).

The "oreo technique" referenced by Anon.5/10@7:26pm is an artistic frottage with the tube-squeezing Dallas painter who is able to garner a pretty price for that easy effort.

As for the reference in same of plagiarism by so many--I am reminded of a quote from Ezra Pound: "It is tremendously important that great poetry be written; it makes no jot of difference WHO writes it."

So along the lines of the recently exposed Bob Dylan and it being referred to more as "pastiche"-- this dawned on me in terms of "creative mind" vis-a-vis MLK, the Wright Bros., Edison, Quincy, whomever:

Say there's an invisible pool called "Creative Idea" and everyone's thoughts, creations, inventions go up into that Creative Pool. The originator of said idea gets a certain amount of real time to develop it or to disseminate it. After that it becomes open for grabs. It's just a thought. That if something of import needs to get out to the masses, let it get out--somehow.

Still, giving "credit" where credit is due--I doubt Thos.Jefferson would have wanted his Declaration of Independence purloined with someone else taking the credit (wait--does "credit" equal monetary reward? hm...that's what the court system is for, yes? "Ha! Prove it!"). But if Franklin saw another guy in the field with a kite and a key discovering electricity--well then...oops! Whatever. You get my point.

My ideas shared in an open forum might be copied, adopted as one's own and shared, spread around, even made "viral" (I hate that term actually). So can Visible's, or any one of our community's very wise thoughts & sayings. And if I were to see my exact quote show up on the news or in a book without citing me as source, no doubt I'd be pissed! but it would be to no avail, and copyright laws don't apply. I've learned in my life that, f*ck--it's ALL Divine Mind anyway--not one hair on my own head really truly created it, even though it came thru my own mind--I am merely a vehicle, a conduit. (Now--Goldberg's claim was a sheer lie, and that's a different story.)

Please do not miscontrue--I am NOT advocating plagiarism in any way, shape, or form! I, too, find it rather despicable, esp. in so many people of merit. I am 100% about original creative idea; that's what I love about Visible: a total Original, and so very creative! but he, too, defers to and acknowledges Creator.

In terms of charity needing a good social disease, I have always remembered this from a now dated Wash.Post interview of a wealthy heiress just "coming out" at her debutante ball: She was asked, "What are your future plans, Miss -------?" and she replied at age 19: "Well, you know, I really wanted one of the better diseases, but all the good diseases have been taken."

gurnygob said...

SORRY, Richie (Dana) BUT!!!!

Reading over the alien message from SaLuSa from Sirius, I found some very disturbing words among all the hype about the new utopia of the so-called new age, higher self god and so on..

(((((and their will no place for anything other than total compliance)))))

sounds wonderful I must say. It sounds a lot like earth, or rather, what it will be like, if our fearless leaders get their way.

(Total Compliance) "We are your masters, we will exterminate you." "Exterminate exterminate, exterminate."

"Quickly get in the Tardis, let's get out of here, the Daleks are coming."

Sorry, I don't mean to make fun, I know you are a decent human being but I can't help feeling there is something very sinister behind all the new age consciousness stuff. I know it doesn't make me right, but I believe the 'higher self state' can only be fulfilled in Christ consciousness, that is, when we become like him.

Forgive me


Lee said...

Hey come on. I am doing the best that I can. I had a conversation with my very dirt poor neighbors the other day and brought up the idea that the Tribe, aka, modern Jews, are in charge of the economy, banks and other dark forces that are destroying this world.

To make matters worse, my neighbor and I got into a discussion with a dirt poor preacher, who some how drives a nice BMW, but cuts grass around his church. When we brought up the subject of the Chosenites, he did the standard response and was in favor of these people. He did not want to hear any rebuttal of listen to any kind of conversation.

However, it seems that the simple and poor people in the alley, seem to understand what I had to say about the plight of the aboriginal people known better as Palestinians in modern day, Israel.

So, my friends. Do not underestimate the understanding of the poor living in utter hardship. They know more than many of us and imagine. They are not stupid. however, they are poor. That should have no bearing on what they feel or think inside. Perhaps I am here for a reason?

I wish I could do more.


Richie (Dana) said...

"I can only give my loyalty to and only honor one source of inspiration. That's how it works for me, period and I don't fear these impotent scoundrels, not one iota. I fear only displeasing the one who maintains my presence here and anywhere, at any time, ever."

Visible, you are a rock Sir.
All Hail The Divine.

Serena; No worries, you will be here as there is little time left.
I will be dancing next to you.
The trick is to imagine this right now which is the same as creating it.

Awhile back I became dis-interested in these nerd,bean counters and realized that my attention only served to enable them and their foolish ways.

This is not critisizm of the current post as there are many who need to hear the words.
I lift my eyes to the heavens and beg for help daily. They are probably getting sick of me by now. I will not stop searching until I find that which I seek. I now have nothing here to attract. I have no stocks, bonds,or money and gave the family home with all contents to the ex-wife a few weeks ago. (I told her to enjoy her Palace) grin.

The only thing I will take is my 3 doggies and my girlfriend if she so chooses.

There is a reason we are all disturbed by these goings on. We KNOW there is something much better right around the next bend.


Anonymous said...

humans and reptiles, empathy and psychopathy side by side. interwoven dimensions, same world.

what to do, what to do.

the truth is who you are, touch on it and no-thing can distract ... absent your permission.

or so it (still) seems to me.

Gregory F. Fegel said...

If MLK plagiarized his papers to get his Theology degree, why should we care? If Freud "had a dream" and Moses "Saw the Promised Land", and MLK copied their speeches, why should we care? MLK was a preacher, and preachers copy sermons. No big deal. "No one was hurt by copying this sermon." Why does a preacher even need a degree? Preachers are usually not scholars. Why hold them to that standard? How in the Hell did George W. Bush make it through college?

If the Zios wanted MLK to run a Satyagraha campaign, why did they assassinate him?


Vis wrote: "Isn't that voting info general common knowledge, or am I missing something?"

Yes, it's common knowledge, and no, you're not missing anything. I was just trying to show that the common person, the kind that fought as a footsoldier in the American Revolution, doesn't appear to have gained much by that Revolution. Meet the new (American)boss; same as the old (English) boss. Two hundred years later, would my own life have been much different, any better, had there been no American Revolution? I doubt it.

siamsiam said...

be scared!

siamsiam said...

Richie Dana -

Nice words on the link you posted. But surely you are not so deluded?

lets try to keep things real

Gregory F. Fegel said...

"By no canon of ethics or war, therefore, can Palestine be given to the Jews as a result of the War." - Gandhi, March 23, 1921.

"The Jews cannot receive sovereign rights in a place which has been held for centuries by Muslim powers by right of religious conquest." - Gandhi, April 6, 1921.

"The cry for the national home for the Jews does not make much appeal to me. ...Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French. It is wrong and inhuman to impose the Jews on the Arabs. What is going on in Palestine today cannot be justified by any moral code of conduct. The mandates have no sanction but that of the last war. Surely it would be a crime against humanity to reduce the proud Arabs so that Palestine can be restored to the Jews partly or wholly as their national home." - Gandhi November 20, 1938.

"Why do you want a national home in Palestine? Are there not waste spaces enough in the world to receive you? ...So you want the Arabs to sacrifice something which you want for yourself?" - Gandhi, in conversation with Silverman and Honick, March 8, 1946.

"But, in my opinion, they (the Zionists) have erred grievously in seeking to impose themselves on Palestine with the aid of America and Britain and now with the aid of naked terrorism. ... Why should they (the Zionists) depend upon American money or British arms for forcing themselves on an unwelcome land? Why should they resort to terrorism to make good their forcible landing in Palestine?" -Gandhi July 14, 1946

What do you feel is the most acceptable solution to the Palestine problem?
"The abandonment wholly by the Jews of terrorism and other forms of violence." - Gandhi June 2, 1947

As demonstrated by the above and numerous other quotes, Gandhi was an outspoken anti-Zionist; however, Gandhi was not anti-Jewish. In fact, Gandhi was a famous anti-Zionist, and numerous Zionists debated with Gandhi and tried to get him to change his mind - without success.

The Anonymous commenter of May 11, 2012 1:06:00 AM has obviously not formed his opinion of Gandhi by reading what Gandhi wrote or said. Many people today wisely reject the lies of the Mainstream Media, but they foolishly fall into the trap of believing the lies of Internet bloggers. They simply shift their trust from one pack of liars to another. This happens because people are too lazy to research a topic from original sources; instead they parrot the ignorant lies of fools like themselves.

Ray B. said...

Hi, Vis:

On 'global warming':

Back in the early 20th century, a Serbian astronomer and mathematician named Milutin Milankovitch gave what should be the background to any argument on 'global warming'. (I have noticed that he is being 'extincted' to the hive-mind, much like Nikola Tesla...)

"Milankovitch Cycles" (orbitally-based) show Ice Ages of around 100,000 years broken by brief Interglacial Periods of about 10,000 years, for at least the last million years. According to these cycles (as shown in a 'Scientific American' article about a year ago - without mentioning Milankovitch by name), we are finished with our current Interglacial Period and about 1000 years into the onset of the next Ice Age. It seems that some heating mechanism (possibly human-caused) is keeping us from already experiencing the initial cool-down. The irony of this is almost overwhelming...

See url below, for more:

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Denny said...

Anonymous 1:06 00 AM

Why the need of debating over whether or not MLK, Gandhi or any other prominent figures of history are "zio-owned"..? Apart perhaps from blatantly "zio-engineered" icons and puppet politicians, whoever manages to come into prominence in this world obviously becomes a target for those of the dark side, and no doubt they will either leave them in their positions of prominence if it is of any advantage to them or get rid of them whenever the opportunity arises.

There is absolutely no need for any of these prominent figures to be "owned" by the dark side, and in all probability many of them are not even aware that they're being used by it at all.

The dark side is clearly the very best example of symbiotic parasitism that exists anywhere, not only in the physical world but also in the psychic world (as in all cases of negative psychic possession).

I guess the name of the game is in not becoming one of their countless victims.

Anaughty Mouser said...

Gurney Gob; thank you for the link to the great video about folded fereal reserve notes 'predicting' the future of America - the last two minutes alone are worth the price of admission to this truth - it's free.

Gregory F. Fogel; thank you for posting Gandhi's own words to refute the disinformation by an anonymous commenter.

Les Visible; thank you for always carrying the torch of peace and truth. This place would not exist if not for your belief and dedication to our devine God.

Peace and love.


Visible said...

A new Petri Dish is up-

Channeling Road Apples through a Cosmic Cider Press.

neil said...

I'm with Gregory on this,mlk had spirit,big big spirit,,,ptw don't like spirit,,their spirit has been crushed they feel that everybody else's spirit should be crushed too,thus the situation we find ourselves in....

Gregory f regal,, you are a rainbow sir,and thank you on behalf of the universe for being yourself,

Anyway Hearts up people

Gregory F. Fegel said...

To Ray B.: Thanks for linking the Milankovitch article; I read it, and I want to read the Sccientific American article too. I'll look for it at the library today. See also my article "Earth on the Brink of an Ice Age" at:

I was distracted by something when I wrote my previous comment about the American Revolution; it should have read "Two hundred years later, would my own life have been much different, or any worse, had there been no American Revolution?"

It appears to me that the American Revolution brought no substantial rewards to the common people, and what advantages were gained were mainly gained by the wealthy. Since the Revolution, the USA has behaved just like Britain, and today the life of the average American or British citizen is quite similar, although the poor in Britain might be living under better conditions. So what was gained by the American Revolution for the lower classes? Not much, I'd say. Canada stayed part of the British Empire, and life in Canada hasn't been much different from life in the USA during these past 230 years. The status of the poor might be better in Canada.

neil said...

And thank you mouser for just being you

Ben said...

Vis, gurneygob, All,

I just watched the video gurneygob linked. I believe it is a must must watch. It's lengthy (over two hours) but what is revealed is very very revealing... once more, it's the Apocalypse, the Unveiling, the Revelation of Jesus the Christ.

Thanks gurnygob!

Gregory F. Fegel said...

Thank you, a naughty Mouser, and also neil, for your kind thoughts. May blessings attend you both.

My inclination now is to withdraw from the world of conversation, which I find is severely limited by people's cherished beliefs. Protests and disagreement appear to be "pissing into the wind"; we spent so much time protesting the Viet Nam War, but we didn't stop that war, nor the present one. I'm thinking now that we all progress individually at our own speed, regardless of the collective. Each of us lives within our own bubble, and very little is communicated between on bubble and the next.

Anonymous said...

There is an infamous sequence in the Zio-produced movie, "Gandhi", wherein a group of Hindi demonstrators is peacefully assembling in protest, within an enclosed, park-like area of the Indian city of Amritsar. The demonstrators are consequently assaulted by British soldiers, who open fire, brutally and randomly, on the assembled "sitting ducks", and proceed to gun down hundreds of protesters (some estimates put the actual number of demonstrators killed during the actual event at well over 1000).

And in that one very revealing sequence of the film, the sobering truth is once again put on display for all to see - assembling peacefully, going against the grain of the established order, by utilizing peaceful protest and non-compliance within a group setting, is exactly what the Elite want the people to do.

It makes it a whole lot easier to kill them.

In the film, after the mass slaughter, the soldiers' commander is dressed down by his higher-ups for taking the law into his own hands and gunning down the peaceful demonstrators. And this is obvious cinematic cover here as anyone who can think for themselves can plainly see. Who do you think produced "Gandhi", eh? An elitist-owned film company, that's who - RCA/Columbia Pictures. Do you honestly think they are going to pass along the REAL solution to wiping out tyranny on the planet? Oh, you do? Think again. Think really, really elitist-owned film company, controlled by the very people who spread tyranny and murder and genocide across the planet...are THEY going to give you the keys to their own destruction? Do rattlesnakes commit suicide? Well, I think the light bulb just went on for some of you there...

Visible said...

points and perspectives can be argued and presented from many sides. The question is, what is the actual agenda of the person arguing or presenting them? What is the intent when the premise is well off the mark? One has to wonder and also consider hidden identities. This could as well be an expression and representation of the very entities being diagrammed.

Gregory F. Fegel said...

The situation preceeding the April 13, 1919 Jalianwala Bagh massacre was much more complex than the Anonymous commenter here presented it.

"On April 10, 1919, there was a protest at the residence of the Deputy Commissioner of Amritsar, a city in Punjab, a large province in the northwestern part of India. The demonstration was to demand the release of two popular leaders of the Indian Independence Movement, Satya Pal and Saifuddin Kitchlew, who had been earlier arrested by the government and removed to a secret location. Both were proponents of the Satyagraha movement led by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The crowd was shot at by a military picket, killing several protesters. The shooting set off a series of violent events. Later the same day, several banks and other government buildings, including the Town Hall and the railway station, were attacked and set afire. The violence continued to escalate, culminating in the deaths of at least five Europeans, including government employees and civilians. There was retaliatory shooting at crowds from the military several times during the day, and between eight and twenty people were killed. For the next two days, the city of Amritsar was quiet, but violence continued in other parts of the Punjab. Railway lines were cut, telegraph posts destroyed, and government buildings burnt. Three Europeans were murdered. By April 13, the British government had decided to put most of the Punjab under martial law."

I would imagine that the majority of the Indian people were cautious about proceeding with a violent revolt, simply by remembering the horrible events of the 1857 Rebellion, which is why, in the cicumstances, Satyagraha would make more sense to them as a path to Independence.

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

I think it's a combination of events which affects an antiwar movement to be successful.

Certainly Gandhi's Satyagraha movement, inspired by America's Thoreau and implemented on a grand scale by Gandhi and his Indians was hugely influential in both instilling a belief in the Indians and convincing them of their determination to achieve independence.

This, supported in a dedicated martial physical manner by Chandrs Bose, a man who many Indians also believed in and fought and die for, also contributed in a direct and profound way.
Many in fact believe Bose was the greater instrument in Indian independence. There is some merit to this they say and point to the Bhagavad Gita and its message of Dharma and Arjuna's duty to fight.

Also figure in the Germans who contributed significantly due to their tremendous WW2 pressure and draining of resources.
Requiring the British to basically fight another war on another front would be hugely draining.

The combination of all three of these resistances were too much for the British to ignore or even permit them to convince themselves they could overcome these. The writing was on the wall and they knew it. So they then resorted to their considerable dirty tricks bag and escaped a huge physical drain while also inflicting a sort of coward's wounding on India by their partition tactics.
But that's another story..

Fast forward to Vietnam and see this combination again, but this time with a profound twist. A twist which was the warmonger's worst nightmare came into play.

The antiwar demonstrations were strong and effective and the general public so supportive at first but after ten years or so increasingly war weary were a huge force but this new and real nightmare for the warmongers was SIR! NO SIR!

When the soldiers themselves began to (very significantly) not merely disobey their officer's orders but in fact started to kill their officers by the dozens and then hundreds and some say eventually thousands, the writing was, once again, on the wall and not to be ignored or convinced away.
When the officers are more afraid of their own men than their enemy, it's over.

To this day this is underplayed for obvious reasons. Talk to those who were there and who took part in SIR! NO SIR! and they'll tell you exactly why that war ended. That's why it's so downplayed, unmentioned, under publicized, etc.

How many best selling movies feature this truth as their theme?

We've seen individual acts of rebellion played up as movie heroics but never the massive movement this SIR! NO SIR! really was, what it meant and what it DID.

Can you think of any movies, Academy awards, Nobels, etc. which tell this truth?

Me neither.

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

As a followup to my saying SIR! NO SIR! was, if not the main which ended the Vietnam war it sure did hurry it up. I offer the following for consideration.

Fragging: assassination of an officer by his own troops, usually by means of a grenade

"During the years of 1969 down to 1973, we have the rise of fragging - that is, shooting or hand-grenading your NCO or your officer who orders you out into the field," says historian Terry Anderson of Texas A & M University. "The US Army itself does not know exactly how many...officers were murdered. But they know at least 600 were murdered, and then they have another 1400 that died mysteriously. Consequently by early 1970, the army [was] at war not with the enemy but with itself."
Lembcke analyzed media and pop-culture portrayals of Vietnam veterans, and of their coming-home experience, for his recent book, "The Spitting Image." He says most vets in the movies loathed the antiwar movement and expressed anger that they weren't allowed to win the war, but that's not Lembcke's view. He insists most vets he knows don't feel that way, either; nor did most of the GI's he knew in Vietnam. He served as an Army Chaplain's Assistant in 1969.

In the unit in which Lembcke served as an Army Chaplain's Assistant, in 1969, "I would say most of the men there couldn't wait to get home to join the anti-war movement. The prevailing opinion was that the people at home who are protesting the war are right, they're on the right side of this issue. And we're on the wrong side."

Gregory F. Fegel said...

To Homer:

I've just been reading about the Ghadar Mutiny of 1915, which was an attempt at a "pan-Indian revolt".

"On 15 February [1915], the 5th Light Infantry stationed at Singapore was among the few units to actually rebel. About half of the eight hundred and fifty troops comprising the regiment mutinied on the afternoon of the 15th, along with nearly a hundred men of the Malay States Guides. This mutiny lasted almost seven days, and resulted in the deaths of forty-seven British soldiers and local civilians. The mutineers also released the interned crew of the [German Navy ship] SMS Emden. The mutiny was only put down after French, Russian and Japanese ships arrived with reinforcements. Of nearly two hundred tried at Singapore, forty seven were shot in a public execution,. Most of the rest were deported for life or given jail terms ranging between seven and twenty years. "

During World War One, one million Indians served in the British Indian Army, and 74,000 of those Indian soldiers died serving in WW1, in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and east Asia. One could say that the Indian soldiers "went along to get along" [or get ahead] - which is what soldiers everywhere typically do.

Some Indians have always dissed Gandhi and Satyagraha for discouraging people from a violent Revolution; some have also blamed Gandhi for Partition, even though Gandhi was firmly against it.

John Rambo said...

LOL! Shithouse Rats on the Armageddon Train.

I got a laugh out of that one.

Visible said...

A New Visible Origami is up-

That Big Open Air Affair.

neil said...

River rumble
Fire warm
Touch a heart
Of sublime pull
Reaching inwards
Skys above
Spiral upwards
A sense of dove
Moonlit crested
all in union
Paradise spans
Ending illusion
Drawing strands
Across the hearts
Of opened sense
Divine in spark


Visible said...

Comments don't go up automatically and never have.

Gregory F. Fegel said...

To Homer et al:

Reference the excellent, well-balanced five-part Youtube video "BBC The forgotten volunteers - Indian army WWII".

In Part One of the video, an Indian Army veteran states that he wanted to prevent India from being taken over by another occupier (Japan), which might be worse than the British occupation. In Part Two, archive photos show Japanese soldiers executing groups of Indian POWs, and one Indian tells how he survived a Japanese firing squad. There's a lot of information in the video about the Indian National Army and Subash Chandra Bose. One INA veteran says that Indians were subjected to economic slavery by the British, and that volunteering in the British Indian Army was a matter of economic survival, not patriotism, or loyalty to the Crown.

Unfortunately, Indian Independence did not bring an end to economic slavery. Now the British Colonial masters have been replaced by Indian upper-class masters, and India has the highest rates of poverty and starvation in the world; worse than Africa. In the decade of 2000-2010, farmer suicides in India have averaged about 17,000 per year.

Anonymous said...

The following excerpt was taken from the footnotes of a very interesting article entitled "Racism - A Biophysical Defense", a link to which appears below. (According to the authors, the word "racism" was coined by a German Jew named Magnus Hirschfeld - how convenient.)

"For reference it is worth noting that some of the most politically correct establishments have a dark 'racist' past. Mahatma Gandhi is a good example, and others will be mentioned in passing throughout all other papers. Gandhi detested Africans. He supported the Indian caste system until his death. His first use of fasting was directed against an early affirmative action program for the Untouchables which the British tried to establish in 1931. When the British were evacuating Dunkirk, Gandhi urged them to surrender to Hitler, saying 'Hitler is not a bad man'. Later he advised Jews to respond to Nazism by collectively committing suicide." -,%20Culture%20and%20Nation/Racism%20-%20A%20Biophysical%20Defense.htm

Visible said...

Wow! i just saw the Easter Bunny go by. He had one of those shit-stirrer sticks. Might not have been the Easter Bunny, might have been the Energizer Bunny.

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

Gregory, yes there are many variables and circumstances inherent in pretty much every human venture whether war or peace, voluntary or involuntary.

The Gurkha and Sikhs aren't famous for no reason.
As a caste or cult (if you will) their raison d'etre is their Kshatriya propensity.

I'm sure they, as well as most every Indian is aware the natural human varnas have degraded into the horrible Kali Yuga modern caste system but nonetheless the reality of inherent varna is exhibited, even if distorted.

These links might interest you as I know you tend to lift up rocks and peek into shady crevasses lest something pertinent be missed or excluded.

Srila Prabhupada..

(July 12, 1947): A letter to Mahatma Gandhi.

(February 28, 1949): Mahatma Gandhi and devotion to Godhead.

(July 5, 1949): A fitting memorial to Mahatma Gandhi.

(January 20, 1952): A letter to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

(August 4, 1958): Srila Prabhupada writes to Nehru, Prime Minister of India.

Anonymous said...

Hi Visible...was wondering if you knew the following about MLK (this can all be easily verified, FYI) - One of Dr. Martin Luther King's closest friends and advisers was a Jewish Communist named Stanley Levison. Levison oversaw the funneling of Soviet funds to the Communist Party, USA, for many years. He was King's mentor and was the brains behind many of King's more successful projects. It was Levison who edited King's book, "Stride Toward Freedom" (King plagiarized much of the book from several unattributed sources; this is a matter of historical record). It was Levison who found the publisher for that particular book. Levison prepared King's income tax returns. Levison controlled the fund-raising and agitation activities of the SCLC (King's Southern Christian Leadership Conference). Levison wrote many of King's speeches.

I'm guessing you didn't know about the above facts - or maybe you did (???).

Funny how it all ties in with the obvious, which you constantly point out on these blogs - the Israelis/Zionists controlling the show and the various puppets for their own nefarious, who woulda thunk it?

As a side note, MLK received The Planned Parenthood Federation of America Margaret Sanger Award in 1966, something Hillary Clinton recently received in 2009 - interesting, eh.

Margaret Sanger, as I'm sure you know, Visible, was an advocate of Malthusian Eugenics. Interesting that King won an award from someone as dark as Margaret Sanger, eh? Just a coincidence there - LOL. Peace out dude.

Visible said...

Wow! The Easter Bunny is back! I'm still struggling with what the point is since none of those people have been brought up here in a while but I assume it's just more cage rattling. Luckily I don't have a cage.

Gregory F. Fegel said...

To Homer:

I read all of Srila Prabhupada's letters to Gandhi, Patel, and Nehru that you posted links to. I have a few observations about those letters that I could share, but I won't post that here.

Thanks and Namaste,



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