Archive for January 12th, 2010
Anyone reading my blogs – this one, or Stars Over Washington – knows that I’ve been grumped up over the “New World Order” (aka, one-world government) for years now and don’t mind saying so. My main complaint is their way of bringing chaos and misery to millions of innocent people on their road to global control.
Here’s a quote from my friend Patrick Wood, editor of an excellent online publication, The August Review:
“The August Review is the only publication in existence that deals exclusively with the Trilateral Commission, its members and its policies. Yet, this is the particular organization who designed the “New World Order” from 1973 onward. Not understanding the Trilateral hegemony is to not understand the post-industrial world economic and political system.”
Member-supported, The August Review is independent in its reporting and consistent in its aim to inform the public on the activities of the power elite who bedevil our financial system and the rest of our lives as well. Now that’s a worthy goal.
Check it out!
Yet I personally believe the ‘NWO’ agenda was picked up by the Trilateral Commission in 1973 (or perhaps the TC was formed for the continuation of NWO goals of Adam Weishaupt, Albert Pike, and others with centuries-long designs for world domination) – and did not originate with the TC. jc
Space Weather News for Jan 12, 2010
CURIOUS ASTEROID FLYBY: A curious object is about to fly past Earth only one-third the distance to the Moon. Catalogued as a 10m-class asteroid, 2010 AL30 has an orbital period of almost exactly 1 year. This raises the possibility that it might not be a natural object, but rather a piece of some spacecraft from our own planet.
At closest approach on Jan 13, 2010 AL30 will streak through Orion, Taurus, and Pisces glowing like a 14th magnitude star. Experienced amateur astronomers are encouraged to monitor the flyby.
Orbital elements, images, and more information are available on SpaceWeather.com.
Now after yesterday’s news of Sarah Palin’s signing with FOX News I must say it: it is a bird, a plane, or a Palin? And will her TV commentary career last as long as a curious flyby?
‘Bye Bye, American Pie’ notwithstanding, I’m listening to MarketPlace now and their feature on the big auto show now going on and how many US cars must sell in the next 3 years just to regain “a hint” of their former “glory.”
Yes, 8 brands are too many, I agree.
But if I buy a new Chevy can it make it to the levee? That’s all I really need to know.
Otherwise, Bye Bye American Pie will seem much too eerily prescient.