Thursday, May 20, 2010

Financing The Revolution, What effect does money have on the fight against Money?

Financing The Revolution, What effect does money have on the fight against Money?


     At this time I feel I must address the elephant in the room. How is money affecting the new revolution and what role does it play in waking people up to the fact that money is the tool being used to enslave us?

   From Alex Jones to Gerald Celente, From Gary Franchi to yes even this humble author, we have all accepted advertising revenue to offset the cost of getting the message out to you. (Although I have yet to receive any funds, I have allowed Google ad’s on my blog site where I post my articles.)  One cannot address the problems and terror of the coming “New World Order” without starting with the fact that it is the control of the monetary system that gives them the power to even try to pull off what’s going on. It’s easy to see how money has hijacked our political systems all over the world and how the fiat money system is being used to control the populations of the world though debt. This is what the new revolution or the great awakening is all about.

     Why is it then a taboo subject for us to discuss where the money that our leaders generate comes from or how much they are paying themselves out of these funds? Is it fair game to criticize Alex Jones for the amount of advertising or the content of advertising he allows on his radio show? Is it a fair question to ask Gerald Celente how much money he made on the same stock market that he publicly calls a sham? Don’t get me wrong I highly respect both of these men for the brave position they have taken. There is no doubt at all that it costs big bucks to run the kind of operation that Alex does. Because of the nature of the business they are in, it almost puts them in the same position as a popular preacher or a minister of God might find himself in.

   We all know what happened to Jim Baker of the PTL club or Jimmy Swaggart, but we also have to recognize what their downfall did to the large christen political movement they were a big part of. Are some of the leaders of this new revolution that we look to for news and information leaving themselves open to the type of scandal that could destroy this movement before it really gets off the ground? I believe this is a legitimate question that must be asked and addressed.

    Recently one of the leaders who runs a website that is widely followed by many people I know had a staff member that posted an advertisement from one of his sponsors on his face book page. I left a comment that perhaps face book is not the appropriate place to put an advertisement, Now to his credit he considered it fundraising and thanked me for my comment when I explained that although I expected advertising on his website and in the content of the information reports he publishes, but to place an ad on face book was not a good idea. The fans of his website however were not as kind in lambasting me, going as far as accusing me of trying to curtail his freedom of speech.

    If money can subvert our political system we have to expect the elite to try and use money to silence the voices that inspire this revolution to take it back! This is a warning not only to the Benjamin Franklins that bring us news and information about the revolution, but the political leaders as well. The main stream news wasted no time criticizing U.S. congressman Ron Paul when they pointed out he had taken a donation from a racist group. To his credit he deflected this criticism by noting he only took donations from individuals and not corporations and what individuals personally believe was none of his business.

   As an outsider looking in, (I’m Canadian) I can see this happening with the tea party movement in the U.S. At one time the Tea party was a political movement for real change, but as soon as big money from sources like CNN started coming to the party it became clear that the elite had taken over and were subverting the movement. Hopefully enough people in the tea party will wake up and fight to get the party back.

   The point being this, for those that are to be the bearers of truth to the masses, those that bring the news of the revolution that the controlled media dare not speak of, You must be above reproach. You must be extra vigilant to not only be honest, but also ethical and open about where your funding comes from and how you use it.

    The two revolutionaries in history that are closest to my heart, Benjamin Franklin of the United States and William Lyon Mackenzie of Canada.( who’s wanted poster, put out by the crown hangs above my desk as I write this) Both were writers and newspaper men, both men used words and the truth to bring about real political change. In the end they both ended up printing their own money as well. ( This worked out much better for Franklin then it did for Mackenzie ) Perhaps the key to this new kind of revolution will be a new form of currency made by us, to replace the bogus notes issued by the bankers and United Nations tyrants who would be kings? Until that time, those that bring us the ammunition in this info war and those who will lead the way to regaining our sovereignty and freedom must be on guard, vigilant to the fact that the money that funds the movement can also corrupt.


Lawrence McCurry – May 17, 2010


Some Hero’s of the new revolution

Alex Jones

Gerald Celente

Gary Franchi

Ron Paul

Melissa Brade




Saturday, May 8, 2010

Canada, Afghanistan and the 9/11 truth movement


Canada, Afghanistan and the 9/11 truth movement


I have recently come under fire for my lack of support for our Canadian troops in Afghanistan and I feel I am now forced to defend my stance on why Canada has no moral right to be sending our young people to fight, kill and be killed in Afghanistan. On Oct. 7, 2001 Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien announced that Canada would be sending troops to Afghanistan in aid of the U.S. sponsored “war on terror” after the Sept. 11 2001 atrocity of the world trade center in NYC.

  At that time Canada was already heavily involved in NATO and U.N. military actions that were taking place in Bosnia and Africa. The 1,653 Canadian troops deployed in Bosnia as part of a NATO “stabilization force” was more in keeping with Canada’s traditional military role of being well respected peace keepers, as opposed to an American imperialist invasion force which for the most part Canada had taken great pains to not be perceived as.

   The justification for the invasion of Afghanistan came as a result of U.S.  President George Bush demanding that the Taliban (at the time the government of Afghanistan) hand over Osama bin Laden, the head of the al Qaeda terrorist organization. In fact Bin Laden and Al Qaeda were being blamed for the attack on the WTC by the American media moments after the attack began. And before the towers even fell !

   I do not intend to go into great detail here why it has become very suspect that 9/11 was in fact not the work of Osama Bin Laden or Al Qaeda. There is a very large and growing body of evidence that the true facts surrounding 9/11 have been covered up by the U.S. government and calls by the families of victims of 9/11 (both Canadian and U.S. families) have been ignored. There are gaping holes in the 9/11 report that was presented to U.S. congress and there are many documentaries  and web sites that lay out these arguments in much better detail than I can go into here. A very good and balanced story that takes both sides of the 9/11 truth movement into account was done by the CBC show The Fifth Estate on Nov, 27 2009 and can be viewed on line.

So what were and are our goals in Afghanistan that justifies so many Canadian soldiers being sent home in a box? In 2001 Prime Minister Chretien and defense Minister Art Eggleton stated that the goal was find Osama bin Laden and other high-ranking Al-Qaeda members to be put on trial, to destroy Al Qaeda’s ability to commit terrorist acts and to remove the Taliban government from power as they had given safe harbor to terrorists and were committing atrocities on their own people.

Let’s look at this then, after almost nine years of war Osama has never been caught, even though there is clear evidence that he could have been and the U.S. government did not act on it or even stopped this from happening. As for high ranking Al Qaeda members, most have been out right murdered with great collateral damage to civilians or imprisoned in American jails on foreign soil where they have received no rights under the law or even a legal trial. As for removing the Taliban government, they were ousted from power within the first 30 days of the war. When in power, the Taliban had successfully put a stop to the growing of the opium poppy, while under the U.S. installed government of Hamid Karzai opium production has increased greatly over older levels with the admitted help of U.S. forces. (Source: New York times Date : 10 April 2004) As for atrocities committed by the Taliban under Muslim Shariah law they pale in comparison to the acts of war committed by our soldiers on innocent civilians in Afghanistan. In fact web site Youtube is full of video clips from Afghanistan and Iraq such as Canadian soldiers blowing holes in the walls of a house full of women and children to gain access to the house next door, British soldiers beating a group of children for throwing a rock and even an American GI throwing a puppy off a cliff to its death. The whistleblower web site wiki leaks was charged for releasing a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad -- including two Reuters news staff. Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-site, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded. On purpose.

   That’s just a small sample of video from the net, we can only assume there is much more going on that goes unreported and not on video. Now I’m not saying that all of our Canadian soldiers are monsters or committing heinous acts, I’m sure most of our armed forces conduct themselves with honor in a respectful manner. But why are they even put in a position where they have to police people for a foreign government?

   Recently in parliament the official opposition party asked the Harper government for information about Canadian forces handing over prisoners to the Afghan government while knowing full well those prisoners would be tortured and killed. The government refused the request and side stepped the law by proroguing the house. If the government is hiding this from the Canadian people what else are our troops doing that the government do not want us to know about?

  This war and the conduct of our troops cannot be compared to past conflicts such as WWII. What this war really means to Canadians is yet another example of the fact that Steven Harper and our government is taking its orders from not from the Canadian people but from a corporate controlled world government under the evil direction of un-named, un-elected global bankers operating under the U.N. flag. (Where do you think those blue helmets come from?) What’s the next move for Canadian troops?  How would you feel about them going to Europe to quell the kind of riots like the ones going on now in Greece? How many of these Canadian soldiers have come back from Afghanistan to pepper spray your kids at this year’s G-20 conference in June?

Wake up people we did not go to Afghanistan to help those people, we went there to kill them on the orders of people you did not vote for or would want to know.

Think about it this way, we are over there shooting at people who 15 years ago we were giving weapons to, so they could kill people the Russians conscripted to die there. Now the Chinese are giving them guns to kill us. Does any of this make sense to you?


Lawrence McCurry – May 8, 2010

At the time of writing this article 143 Canadians have died in Afghanistan since 2002


Here are some very good links about the war

Toronto Coalition to Stop the War

Wikipedia A very good article

CBC – Fifth Estate

Above Top Secret .com

A good article by Jeffery Simpson of the Globe & Mail

The latest Canadian to die, lets make him the last