April 21, 2009

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"The Constitution does not say Government shall decree

the right to keep and bear arms. The Constitution says

'The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed'."

Ronald Reagan


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What did it say?

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls Rush Limbaugh and tells him, "Rush, I had a wonderful dream last night. I could see America, the whole country, and on each house I saw a banner."

"What did it say on the banners?" Rush asks.

Mahmoud replies, "UNITED STATES OF IRAN."

Rush says, "You know, Mahmoud, I am really happy you called, because believe it or not, last night I had a similar dream. I could see all of Tehran, and it was more beautiful than ever, and on each house flew an enormous banner."

"What did it say on the banners?" Mahmoud asks.

Rush replies, "I don't know. I can't read Hebrew."

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Nope, Obama and Blagojevich don't know each other, regardless of what you see

Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 5:20 PM
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I must be wearing rose colored glasses or need my eyes checked because I didn't see nothing.


Mary Melton





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Rod Blagojevich, Barack Obama and Richard Daley during a rally in Chicago , April 16, 2007. Photo Reuters.

Rod Blagojevich (Democrat), Barack Obama (Democrat), and Richard M. Daley (Democrat - Mayor of Chicago since 1986




To understand the next 4 years,  you have to understand the world according to Chicago . 

While it is a city in Illinois , it is also a completely different country, with a whole different set of morals and language.

There are only three rules which anybody can understand.  You don't even need an attorney to understand them and if you need an attorney, well, you know too much...so look out for Rule #3!

RULE #1...No matter what you see, hear, or do, you don't know anybody and you don't know nothing! 

RULE #2...If you capture something on tape or camera, it doesn't reveal nothing!

RULE #3...If you know what everybody knows in Chicago , well, you still don't know nothing.

Now, pay close attention!  We don't want to have to say this more than once.  It's very simple...we'll illustrate.  Remember, you don't know nothing..

These two? They don't know each other!  They said they didn't.


The fellows in the background of this picture? Well, what fellows?  We don't see nothing! 


The guy on the left?  For all you know he's Santa Claus.  And the guy on the right .. .well, he's the Easter Bunny!  That's all you need to know.


Go to your eye doctor...your eyes are lying to you!  Ca'pish?  


Remember Jimmy Hoffa!  He knew too much and now, well, now no one knows where he is..  Is the big picture clear?  Not these pictures!  Remember, you've already forgotten them...

Now, ain't that simple? They don't know each other, 'cause they said so.  And we don't see nothing!

And don't forget it!

P. S.  If you pass this on to your friends, don't forget, you know don't nothing and they don't know nothing, too!



Just words!

THE TODAY SHOW -- Miss California: "For me,it was being Biblically correct."

As my 14 year old daughter and I watched the strength of this young Christian woman's courage and conviction on The Today Show, tears came to my eyes.  If a 21-year old "pageant girl" (her term) has the strength of character to stand firm for her faith on national TV in the face of cultural backlash, shame on the grown men among us who claim to be political and religious "leaders" ... who don't.  Carrie's parents must be, justifiably, so proud.
Gary Glenn
The Today Show
New York, New York
April 21, 2009
Miss California USA Carrie Prejean,
student at San Diego Christian College:
"I knew that I was not going to win because of my answer.  Because I had spoken from my heart, from my beliefs, and for my God. ...It's not about being politically correct.  For me, it was being Biblically correct.  ...(Winning the pageant) wasn't what God wanted for my life that night.  I wouldn't change a thing.  I wouldn't be here right now with you, if I were to be Miss USA.  So I know that I have a purpose, and I don't take back what I said.  I was true to myself, and I know now that I can go out and speak to young people about standing up for what you believe in and never compromising anything, for anyone or anything, even it's the crown of Miss USA."  Full video: http://www.eonline.com:80/videos/v20377463001_miss_california_reflects_on_answer.html
"This happened for a reason. By having to answer that question in front of a national audience, God was testing my character and faith.  I'm glad I stayed true to myself." http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,517228,00.html
* Video of Carrie's support for one-man, one-woman marriage during Sunday night's broadcast of the Miss USA Pageant, in response to a question by an openly homosexual judge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY-1cybT6p8&feature=related
* For a sense of the homosexual judge's vicious intolerance of Carrie's daring be true to her faith and beliefs, watch this MSNBC interview and imagine how the liberal media would treat a conservative who used this kind of language to talk about a woman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klT0aSRTuDQ

MIDLAND DAILY NEWS -- "Grassroots movement"

"More than 500 people rallied outside the Midland County Courthouse Wednesday evening -- some with signs.  That (TEA Party) rally was among Midland County's largest political events in modern times. ...Midland County resident Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan...advocated replacing the income tax with taxation 'of what we choose to buy.'  'The side benefit' would be elimination of the Internal Revenue Service, he said. That brought a big cheer from many in the crowd."

Midland, Michigan
April 16, 2009

"Grassroots movement"
Taxes, government spending, debt protested

by Stuart Frohm
MIDLAND, Mich. -- An organizational meeting April 24 is planned to follow up on two Midland rallies attended Wednesday by protesters of taxation, government spending, bailouts and debt.

More than 500 people rallied outside the Midland County Courthouse Wednesday evening — some with signs.  That rally was among Midland County's largest political events in modern times.

Hundreds of postcards to President Barack Obama and congressional leaders were signed, demanding an end to "taxation without deliberation, bailouts, out of control spending and borrowing."

A container held contributions to buy postage.

Several "Don't tread on me" flags in the crowd were reminiscent of the American Revolution.

Sustained chants of "USA! USA! USA" came several times during the hourlong rally, which began around 6:30 p.m.

Some members of the courthouse crowd also participated in a noon event outside Midland City Hall. It attracted approximately 60 people — many with homemade protest signs.

Those two TEA Parties were among many such rallies across the United States on the deadline date for income tax filing.

The TEA in TEA Parties stands for Taxed Enough Already.

After the courthouse rally, its organizer — Jayme Hazen of Mount Haley Township — said an organizational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. April 24 at Midland Christian School for continued opposition to big government and socialism.

 "We're going to have a grassroots movement in this county.... We're going to take our government back," Hazen said.

 Some people want to picket in front of the office of U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, a Midland Republican, because of "earmarks" — federally funded projects — he supported, Hazen said.

The local movement, which hasn't been named, will have a website and blogging, Hazen said.

Hazen hadn't previously organized a political rally. Mother of three children, she is a Sunday school teacher, Midland Christian School bookeekper and owner of a business with her husband.

The noon rally outside Midland City Hall was organized by Ann Marie Monaghan of Coleman — an Air Force veteran and mother of six. She'd thought she might be the only person at that rally.

Kathleen Stewart of Midland helped start the courthouse event by singing "It Aint Your Money To Spend." She wrote the music and her brother Steve Jones of Atlanta, Ga., recently wrote the lyrics of the song, downloaded thousands of times from the website http://www.kathleensings.com

Hazen spoke after Joseph G. Lehman, president of the Midland-based, free-market think tank the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, and Midland County resident Gary Glenn, president of the American Family Association of Michigan.

Glenn advocated replacing the income tax with taxation "of what we choose to buy."

 "The side benefit" would be elimination of the Internal  Revenue Service, he said. That brought a big cheer from many in the crowd.

Lehman said: "Defenders of big government say taxes have to be high to help people in need. But does anybody really believe that? Do you know anyone at all who, if he wanted to help the poor, would send a check to Washington, D.C.?"

Lehman also told the crowd: "Our founders gave us a heritage of freedom. We must not give our posterity a heritage of debt and virtually limitless government."

Some of the homemade signs at the courthouse read  "Spend your money not mine," "Term limit D.C. " and "Here comes Congress. Hide Your wallet."

Outside City Hall, supportive drivers honked horns — and some raised a thumb — to approximately 40 protesters along Jerome Street.

Other protesters were on the plaza near City Hall and the Midland County Services Building.

Monaghan said there might be another such rally next year, and that some of the people who registered at the noon rally might be future rally leaders or willing to help others get information on topics.
Signs at the City Hall rally had various themes. Some objected to policies of President Obama. But some participants said they criticize Democratic and Republican officeholders alike.

"Wake up sheep," read one sign a man held up outside City Hall for people in passing vehicles to read.  Also outside City Hall, Michelle Schull of Harrison carried the American flag she and her husband fly outside their home.

Schull, 43, said that when she was in school she and her fellow students didn't use the world trillion in math class.

Now, she said, its an everyday U.S. governmental word.

"That just amazes me. That scares me," she told a reporter.

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FBI spied on TEA Party Americans* in full blown FBI Operation-it is reported

This is very ominous in relationship to the Homeland Security Terrorist Report put out last week calling right wing Americans terrorists.  There needs to be an investigation as to what is going on here?  Has the Federal Government declared covert war on We the People?
R. George Dunn

Exclusive to the Northeast Intelligence Network & Canada Free Press

Douglas J. Hagmann, Director & Judi McLeod, Founding Editor, Canada Free Press

cover041919 April 2009: Even as average Americans were planning to get out in towns and cities to demonstrate against Big Government and Big Taxes, Federal Bureau of Intelligence Investigation (FBI) surveillance was being unleashed upon them.  In fact, unsuspecting Tax Day TEA Party participants were being closely watched during the demonstration planning stages in a covert operation that began on or about March 23, 2009.

If you one of the estimated 750,000 Americans who attended one of about 600 TEA parties last week, you might have seen media cameras covering the event. Media cameras, however, were not the only cameras taking video at these events, something  that  has at least one current FBI agent concerned over the future of America. According to this agent - the same agent who provided the Northeast Intelligence Network (NEIN) exclusively the unreleased photographs of the 11 missing Egyptian students who were the subject of a FBI BOLO in August 2006–placed his concerns for true patriots of the U.S. over his own career when he confided that covert surveillance was "planned and performed" at each of the TEA parties that took place last Tuesday.

"Listen to what I am saying," stated the source during an interview with Doug Hagmann,  founder (NEIN).  "The Department of Homeland Security Intelligence Assessment that is receiving so much attention is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and the true patriotic citizens of this country are on the Titanic. This is what bothers me. But is goes far beyond that assessment. There have been very significant changes made over the last few years that redirect the focus and assets of the intelligence community internally. These changes have greatly accelerated under this administration, and the threats have been redefined to include those who used to be patriots. It's not only chilling but absolutely insulting to God-fearing Americans."

According to this unimpeachable source, a single-page confidential directive issued by the FBI headquarters in Washington, DC (FBIHQ) was sent to each of the 56 field offices located across the United States on or about March 23, 2009, instructing the Special Agents in Charge (SACs) of those offices to verify the date, time and location of each TEA Party within their region and supply that information to FBI headquarters in Washington. The source stated this correspondence termed the TEA parties "political demonstrations," and added that the dissemination of the directive was very tightly controlled. "Not all agents were privy to this correspondence," stated the source, who compared the dissemination to an older "Do Not File" classification.

In addition to obtaining or confirming the location and time of each "demonstration," each field office was instructed to obtain or confirm the identity of the individual(s) involved in the actual planning and coordination of the event in each specific region, and include the local or regional Internet web site address, if any.  The information collected by region was then reportedly sent to FBI Headquarters.

The source alleges that a second directive was issued on or about  April 6,  2009 that reportedly instructed each SAC to coordinate and conduct, either at the field office level and/or with the appropriate resident agency, covert video surveillance and data collection of the participants of the TEA parties.  Surveillance was to be performed from "discreet fixed or mobile positions" and was to be performed "independently and outside of the purview of local law enforcement."

Although the level of detail collected from each operation is unclear, the information was reportedly submitted to Washington, where, "at the level of the National Security Branch (NSB), this information was to "include the office of the Directorate of Intelligence (DI), and integrated with a restricted access database, one that reportedly is accessible to only two agencies" [of the 14 agencies that comprise the U.S. intelligence community, according to the source.

"The implications to the citizens of the U.S. are ominous. It seems that there is a hostile political agenda coming from Washington that characterizes the supporters of our constitutional freedoms as threats to our domestic security, which is totally absurd. The redirection, the refocusing of domestic threats from al Qaeda cells to 'flag waving right-wingers' is something that has gone from a murmur a few years ago to a roar today."

Training government-issued cameras on ordinary citizens,  many of whom brought their children to an estimated 600 Tax Day TEA Parties is a page torn out of George Orwell's 1984  and makes the term "God Bless America" more meaningful than ever.

The Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press expect the government's denial of the surveillance of the TEA Parties to go viral as soon as this story is posted.

Doug Hagmann on The Q-Files Radio show Monday

Doug Hagmann will be a guest with Steve Quayle on The Q Files Radio show on Monday, 20 April 2009. Click HERE to listen live on-line.

The Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press expect the government's denial of the surveillance of the TEA Parties to go viral as soon as this story is posted.