Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 19, 2013
At least that is what the government wants you to think.
McClatchy Newspapers reports today that the CDC says one in 5 children experience a mental health disorder. According to Big Brother 20% of our children are head cases. Only 21% get treatment. A mind numbing 79% of these kids aren’t getting their share of mind numbing drugs.
“Mood disorders” are up 70% since 1997. I am getting a mood disorder just thinking about this.
The CDC is only one of many political tools designed to control the populace. Remember when it instructed doctors to ask all their patients if they were gun owners? Gun ownership is a disease in the eyes of the government. Then there was last years flu epidemic that wasn’t. But a lot of (50% ineffective) vaccines were sold. On a more positive note we are becoming more used to taking the drugs we are instructed to take. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Big Pharma, DSM-5, CDC, Head case, psychotropic | 2 Comments »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on May 11, 2013
The 10 May Erie Times editorial advocates investing in Amtrak. It should have said MORE investing. I am sure the Westcott family’s ride to NYC was pleasant and economical as stated. It was economical because they weren’t charged enough. Amtrak loses $Billions every year. The taxpayer makes up the difference. The main reason Amtrak exists is for the Washington to NY and Boston run. Another taxpayer subsidized freebie for government employees as well as Bostonians and New Yorkers used to living off the rest of us. This more of that wealth redistribution thing of which our president is so very fond.
Indeed, the Cato Institute says that it would be cheaper to provide individual commercial plane fare for the outlaying runs. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 30, 2013
The marathon bombing film footage and photos posted on the web make it plain that the marathon was loaded with security and probably bomb sniffing dogs. Either:
The effort was proactive or
there was some hint of a plan or
this was another sting operation gone bad.
Either way, there was a massive failure.
The first and foremost task of the “authorities” will be to deflect blame. Hence the recent comments regarding the lack of taggants in the fireworks powder as opposed to why this was permitted to occur in the first place. It must be embarrassing for the mighty para-military security forces to have been trumped by dime store surveillance cameras and a retired person checking his boat. The FBI had one of the perpetrators in their grasp and let him slip through. It may have been legitimate to drop surveillance of Tamerlane at the time, but it looks bad. To have a government agency, especially the FBI, look bad is the original unforgivable sin.
We won’t get any more information than is deemed necessary. The main stream media will be governments’ useful idiot. No change there.
The internet will be the only place where the truth will out. The perfect venue for the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) …to protect us from too many facts.
Don’t accept spoon-fed tripe. We will have to reach far for the truth. It won’t come easily.
Be seeing you.
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 19, 2013
Some stores can use your smartphone to track where you stop and tailor subsequent ads. I have a smart phone. I have never turned on the GPS. I no longer use a data plan. I still use the Tune In radio app. One of the things it tells you is that it tracks your phone calls. A post I recently read describes smartphones as surveillance tools that also allow you to make phone calls.
Google mines data like Dobsy in Treasure of the Sierra Madre. They troll for unprotected wifi while photographing your street and home. Bad news. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Facebook, Google, graph search, Smartphone | 3 Comments »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on April 14, 2013
All PACS are not alike and the differences are important. Let us look at some of the more influential rogues.
PACS are not the most desirable of organizations but they do represent groups views. The government is literally Daddy WARbucks and everyone competes for their share of the taxpayers’ stolen dollars.
The NRA buys influence, at least that is what one hears from the lamestream media. You don’t hear that about the service employees union or the fraternal order of police. Sure, the NRA puts money in campaign coffers just like the service employees or the fop. The NRA doesn’t buy influence, they affect the vote. They publicize who does what. They shine the light and politicians, like the vampires they are, do not like the light. That makes Washington afraid of the voter, as it should be. I read there have been 70 million background checks since inauguration day. That is a big voting block, almost as big as government employees or welfare recipients.
The media wants us to think politicians are afraid of the NRA but they are really afraid of whom they represent. Voters.
Unions are a different story. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Big Pharma, NRA, PACS, Unions, Zoloft | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 31, 2013
Marriage is a strictly religious concept. It is not mentioned in the Constitution and the Federal government has no business addressing it. Period.
There is only one Guy in charge of marriage and he resides in a higher place than Washington or Harrisburg. Marriage is between you and the Big Guy’s local representative.
The only reason state and local governments got in on the marriage act is licensing. Licensing as in taxing and control. Control of who can do what and how much it will cost you. It is what government is all about. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Marriage | Tagged: civil union, DOMA | 3 Comments »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 24, 2013
How long are you going to ignore the lies in the East Anglia U emails? It is hard to ignore the Daily Mail admitting global warming is a pack of lies.
which contains this, text emphasis added.
global warming graph
Steadily climbing orange and red bands on the graph show the computer predictions of world temperatures used by the official United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The estimates – given with 75 per cent and 95 per cent certainty – suggest only a five per cent chance of the real temperature falling outside both bands.
But when the latest official global temperature figures from the Met Office are placed over the predictions, they show how wrong the estimates have been, to the point of falling out of the ‘95 per cent’ band completely.
The graph shows in incontrovertible detail how the speed of global warming has been massively overestimated. Yet those forecasts have had a ruinous impact on the bills we pay, from heating to car fuel to huge sums paid by councils to reduce carbon emissions.
The eco-debate was, in effect, hijacked by false data. The forecasts have also forced jobs abroad as manufacturers relocate to places with no emissions targets.
A version of the graph appears in a leaked draft of the IPCC’s landmark Fifth Assessment Report due out later this year. It comes as leading climate scientists begin to admit that their worst fears about global warming will not be realised.
Have you ever thought “shouldn’t there be more plant and animal life if there is more carbon”?
Apparently there is. See here
I figure there has been climate change going on for about 12-15 billion years. I figure Greenland was called Greenland for a reason. I figure there is a rea$on why East Anglia Univer$ity and profe$$or Mann don’t admit publicly what they admit privately in leaked email$. That their climate model$ can’t explain pa$t warming and cooling cycle$ let alone what i$ happening now or in the future. I figure there i$ a rea$on why inefficient bio-fuel$ are being promoted at the expen$e of badly needed food crop$ and wildlife habitat
What do you figure?
I am beginning to think Whomever put all those biological fuels in the ground knew what He was doing.
Be $eeing you
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Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 23, 2013
It won’t be long now. You will be able to look at someone and know their name, address, whatever. You will know what they are reading. Nook and Kindle know in real-time now. You will know where they have been. Soon you may even know what the other person is thinking if the military has it way.
He will know he same about you. So will the FBI, CIA, DHS, state police, local police, IRS, USPS, ATF, SEC, SS, UN, your employer……..
The internet is no longer an information web. It is a surveillance web. Like the man says here. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in People control | Tagged: DHS, Google glass, Janet Napolitano | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on March 10, 2013
The government gets $1T further in debt each year. Why would it offer to pay states more to add to the medicare burden? I am willing to bet it would cost many trillions of dollars to cover the baby boomer generation. I normally take anything neocon warparty spokesman Jonah Goldberg says with a handful of salt but…today he quotes the HHS info director Gary Cohen as saying a $5B Obamacare pre-existing condition bridge really costs $40B. Goldberg quotes the GAO as putting the 75 year cost of “won’t add one dime” Obamacare at $6.2T.
“Free”, “government money” comes with strings attached. That is, of course, the whole idea. Take the “free money” and do as we say or face our badge and our guns.
Obama has no intention of reducing spending and intends to increase spending as much as possible. Ultimate control over our lives is the progressives’ end game.
Dependence on government for survival and squashing of resistance, of which gun control is a part, are the tools which get this job done. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in New World Order, Uncategorized | Tagged: Cloward-Piven, Medicare, Obama | 1 Comment »