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Study: 50% Lower COVID-19 Positivity Rate among those with Higher Vitamin D Levels

An analysis of over 190,000 US SARS-CoV-2 test results shows positivity rate halved with vitamin D levels of 55 ng/ml or higher vs. less than 20 ng/ml  Grassroots

Note: Actual results were likely much better, because the PCR tests had an extremely high rate of false positives in 2020, due to the high cycle rate:

NY TIMES, 8/29/20: Up to 90% Who’ve Tested COVID-Positive Wrongly Diagnosed!

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SARS-CoV-2 positivity rates associated with circulating 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels

Harvey W. Kaufman, Justin K. Niles, Martin H. Kroll, Caixia Bi, Michael F. Holick

Published: September 17, 2020


(vid) Wim Hof’s Method Makes You Immune To Illness? — Cold showers, deep breathing & OPENING UP YOUR HEART!

Cold showers, deep breathing exercises, and believing in your heart?

31:00 Has an identical twin. Believes that some higher power has helped him from age-12.

QUESTION: “What is that thing that you’re able to pass on in four days?
ANSWER: “The confidence, OPENING UP YOUR HEART, and suddenly you become aware that it is simply there.”

Do You Make Decisions from Your Head or Your Heart? – Logic & Facts Vs Emotions

The heart is more than a pump, containing brain-like cells. Many emotions and decisions come from the heart, not the brain. So NEVER get a heart transplant!

It’s pretty easy to tell which type I am. How about you?

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Head-locators are categorized differently than heart-locators. Head-locators make decisions based on logic and facts whereas heart-locators make decisions based on their emotions. Do you think from your head or your heart?


''Forgiveness doesn't mean that what they did is okay. It means that you are no longer willing to carry toxic anger in your heart''

”Forgiveness doesn’t mean that what they did is okay.
It means that you are no longer willing to carry toxic anger
in your heart.”

– Author Unknown

(audio) Horrors of Organ Harvesting — Hearts must still be beating when removed, and donors’ personalities transfer to the recipient, because the heart is more than a pump – Dr. Stanley Monteith with Katherine Albrecht

Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Radio Liberty archives

Date: 07-10-13
Hour: 1
3:00: Barry Chamish – Israeli Crisis
Hour: 2
4:00: Dr. Katherine Albrecht – Horrors of Organ Harvesting
Hour: 3
8:00: Open Lines
Hour: 4
9:00: Michael Shaw – Agenda 21 Alert
Date: 07-09-13

From: Katherine Albrecht

Wed., July 10, 2013

Full show ( Listen as streaming MP3 | Listen as streaming RealAudio )

Hour 1 ( Download the MP3 )

Organ ‘Donation’ // NSA Backdoors //

What a horrifying experience.  Waking up in an operating room with doctors trying to take out your organs.  Katherine addresses some of the backdoors built into computers, smartphones and software.  Katherine starts to discuss the legion of horror stories of organ ‘donation’.

St. Joe’s “dead” patient awoke as docs prepared to remove organs

Government Built Spy-Access Into Most Popular Consumer Program Before 9/11

NSA has total access via Microsoft Windows

Poised to Donate Organs, 21-Year-Old Emerges From Coma

Study: Allowing organ donation status on Facebook increased number of donors

Hour 2 ( Download the MP3 )

The Heart // Organ ‘Donation’ //

Katherine explains the importance of the heart and continues her discussion of horror stories of attempts to “harvest” organs from still living “donors’.  What happened to do no harm?  Thanks for the calls from Jim (TollRunner), Connie, and Theresa.

Heart Bible Verses

Not Dead Yet

19 Year-Old Woman Wakes Up As Doctors Ready to Harvest Her Organs (Video)

‘Brain dead’ Quebec woman wakes up after family refuses organ donation

Just Before Organ Harvesting, Comatose Patient Recovers

How Much Are Your Organs Worth? (pdf)

“Brain Dead” Brit Escapes Death Sentence of Organ Harvesting Doctors

‘Dead’ man wakes as transplant surgeons prepare to remove his organs

Proposed Changes In Organ Donation Stir Debate

[video] Top Bodybuilder Warns: Don't Drink The Tap Water! — Dorian Yates explains how FLUORIDE CALCIFIES the PINEAL GLAND ("the seat of the soul") to block humanity from reaching higher levels of SPIRITUAL AWARENESS!

I recently discovered more about how antidepressants can dull users consciences, detaching them from God:

Ann Blake-Tracy: Spirituality and Sorcery — Pharmakia’s ANTIDEPRESSANTS can SEVER the SPIRITUAL connection. — “Can no longer feel God” … “Sexual promiscuity” … “Constant ruminating thoughts of killing” (James-3 cursing people!)

Here is evidence that fluoride may be a factor in chemically altering people’s spiritual awareness. Though these may be related, since fluoride is the main ingredient in antidepressants.
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[youtube=!]Top Bodybuilder Warns: Don’t Drink The Tap Water!


Published on Jan 30, 2013

Six time Mr. Olympia champion bodybuilder Dorian Yates warns against drinking fluoride in tap water. Yates explains how fluoride calcifies the pineal gland in the brain, what Rene Descartes called “the seat of the soul,” and claims that it could even be a conspiracy to block humanity reaching higher levels of spiritual awareness.

London Real TV –

3 Keys to a Better Night’s Sleep — How Your Heart Can Help You Sleep Better


3 Keys to a Better Night’s Sleep

How Your Heart Can Help You Sleep Better

Tip 1:   Reset your inner rhythm.

Your heart beats in a rhythm. When you are worried, anxious, stressed or overstimulated that rhythm becomes irregular. The more stressed you are, the more chaotic your heart rhythm becomes. So what makes the heart rhythm smooth out quickly? It’s sincere positive feelings, like love, care, gratitude, appreciation, compassion, kindness, peace and ease. These feelings not only feel soothing and good, but they are good for you. They bring a smooth order to your heart rhythms, reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) to help you sleep more soundly and increase DHEA (the vitality hormone) so you wake up more refreshed.


Tip 2: Have you ever noticed what happens when you go to bed without resolving a real or imagined conflict with someone? Your mind won’t stop rehashing what you could have or should have said. Your heart can help. Here’s how:

If you can, communicate with the other person, even by phone, before you go to bed. With a caring open-heartedness and latitude, try to work it out. First ask yourself if there’s something you need to correct within yourself to help the situation. Apologize if you need to and listen from your heart with an attitude of genuine care. Ask questions to sincerely understand where she was coming from, even if you think you know. If you can’t reach the person, talk about the problem with someone who won’t automatically take your side and may provide another point of view. Then talk to the person as soon as you can. Don’t chicken out. Even if the situation doesn’t resolve right away, you can release yourself more knowing that you tried.


Tip 3: Realize that emotional reactions during the day can affect how you sleep at night.

If you allow stress to build-up during the day, it throws off your body’s rhythms and can lead to overload, headaches, backaches, indigestion, energy drain and more. Your heart generates the strongest rhythmic pattern in the body, and your brain and nervous system entrain to your heart’s rhythm whether coherent or incoherent. Shifting your heart into a smooth coherent rhythm a couple times during the day helps release stress as you go and resets your body’s rhythms for better sleep at night. Here’s how.

Take a coherence break in-between activities, at your desk or anywhere.


To speed up the process, you can sign up for HeartMath’s Better Sleep Campaign to receive more tips or try the emWave2 Personal Stress Reliever heart rhythm feedback technology to watch in real-time when your heart rhythms shift into that smooth coherent state.

Entire Article Here

[video] Alex Jones talks about his Spidey Sense — “I got a spidey sense, I don’t talk about it”

Some will scoff at this,
but watch into the first two minutes of the second video.

This isn’t a game like football,
where showing emotion is still a-okay

This is about the future of our planet!

How upside down our society has now become.

– Jeff Fenske

Spidey sense at 9:30[youtube=]Bob Chapman & Alex Jones: Chinese Officials at Bilderberg, “Let’s Make A Deal” 1/2

Uploaded by on Jun 10, 2011

Regular Friday guest Bob Chapman of the International Forecaster newsletter joins Alex to provide his insight on the globalists and matters economic. Alex covers other breaking news and takes your calls.


The coming segment Alex was talking about
WAR GROWL at 8:30![youtube=]Swiss Politician Lukas Reimann Talks About Attack on Mario Borghezio

Uploaded by on Jun 10, 2011

Bilderberg Security Assaults EU Members of Parliament

Kurt Nimmo
June 10, 2011

Italian politician, member of the Northern League, and member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Mario Borghezio, was beaten and arrested by Bilderberg Security yesterday as he attempted to enter the meeting and protest its secretive globalist agenda. He was reportedly accompanied by other EU members.

Remarkably, Borghezio’s maltreatment went unreported in the United States. This would be analogous to the beating of a member of Congress going unreported by the media.

The Italian media reported last night that Borghezio attempted to enter the Bilderberg meeting now underway at the Hotel Sourvette in St. Moritz and his treatment by security resulted in a bloody nose. The Italian politician told JulieNews he plans to press charges against Bilderberg security.

“I have been assisted by the Swiss police, but the treatment suffered by the security of the meeting was brutal,” he said.

Borghezio said he opposes Bilderberg because it makes important decisions without popular control. “It is clear that the Bildergberg Club is a secret society,” had added.


Alex Jones: You Can’t Make A Deal with Evil! – and – Alex talks about his warning ‘chills’ from deep within that are increasing and have been right before. It’s time to get ready!

[video] Shawn Phillips on Canadian TV: Woman / The Battle of Casey Deiss / Moonshine — ~”America is FRIGHTENED to death of the TRUTH because the HEARTBEAT of America is a TRUCK”

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

CBC Host: “Can you relate to that love/hate relationship that we [Canadians] have with the Americans?”

Shawn Phillips: “Yes, I can. I must preface this with the fact that I sell records everywhere in the world. It’s very difficult for me in the United States. America is a country that is frightened to death of the truth. And part of the problem of America right now is that the heartbeat of America is a TRUCK.”

Host: “And it sells commercials.”

Shawn: “And it sells commercials. They want to take as far as the culture and the art, moving back and forth. They want to make it a total business.”

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Gets GREAT when Woman* starts at 6:30[youtube=]Shawn Phillips appears on the (HARD ROCK CLUB BAND) Studio L’Heure G …Part#1

Uploaded by on Mar 19, 2011

Shawn sings some of his more favorite songs

The Battle of Casey Deiss
Shawn travels with his wife when he’s gone more than 2 weeks

Sings Moonshine and Discoveries
“The heartbeat of America is a truck”

* “Woman” is actually entitled: She Was Waiting For Her Mother At the Station in Torino and You know I Love You Baby But It’s Getting Too Heavy To Laugh

All twenty-something of my Shawn Phillips posts, including:

Shawn Phillips: The Ballad of Casey Deiss | Shawn Exiled from USA’s Garbage-FM

Shawn Phillips: Why I Write Late at Night

HeartQuotes: Love

“Accept the things to which fate binds you,
and love the people with whom fate brings you together,
but do so with all your heart.”

— Marcus Aurelius

Click for Banff Version

HeartQuotes: Heart

“A good heart is better than all the heads in the world.”

– Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Click for Aspen, Colorado Version

Angry? Check Your Stomach: Tour de France Example, Andy Schleck: “My STOMACH is full of anger, and I want to take my revenge.” — He later forgave Alberto Contador, but here is the point…

In stage 15 of the world’s most famous bicycle race, Andy Schleck was wearing the yellow jersey (as the overall leader) when he and last year’s winner, Alberto Contador, were trying to outclimb each other on the final mountain climb of the day.

Schleck’s chain came off its sprocket, and Contador zoomed by to retake the lead.

Afterwards Schleck hit out immediately at Contador for not showing “fair play.”

“In the same situation I would not have taken advantage,” said Schleck, who had held the yellow jersey since taking it from Australia’s Cadel Evans on
stage 9.

“I’m not the jury, but for sure those guys wouldn’t get the fair play award from me today.”

Schleck had to hold his anger back as he swapped the yellow jersey for the white jersey for the race’s best-placed rider aged 25 or under.

And he has promised to take his revenge on Contador swiftly.

“I’m really disappointed. My stomach is full of anger, and I want to take my revenge,” he said. (source)

The truth is that there is this gentleman’s agreement in the tour, that leaders will wait for their opponents if they have a mishap, but the concept is vague, especially here, where the way Andy shifted the bike may have even been the main reason for the derailment. And this was in the heat of the battle.

And Andy didn’t wait for Contador in the cobblestone stage in which Alberto lost time because of a broken spoke.

Regardless, Alberto made a video apology later that night. And both were clearly friends during the rest of the tour.

I think Andy realized he overreacted.

My point in posting this is to show that anger is a deep emotion, felt in the heart and even the stomach. Scientific studies show that both the heart and the intestinal walls have brainlike tissue.

So we must also check our hearts — even the bottom of our hearts (including the gut?) — to be free!


Jeff : )


All of my heart, soul, mind, gut? posts

Wow! An Open Letter of Reconciliation and Responsibility to the Iraqi People (Written with Ethan McCord, who pulled injured children from van in Wikileaks ‘Collateral Murder’ video) — “We did unto you what we would not want done to us.” “…carried out in the name of ‘god and country.'”


An Open Letter of Reconciliation and Responsibility to the Iraqi People

From Current and Former Members of the U.S. Military

By Josh Stieber

(Written with Ethan McCord, who pulled injured children from van in Wikileaks ‘Collateral Murder’ video)

Peace be with you.

To all of those who were injured or lost loved ones during the July 2007 Baghdad shootings depicted in the “Collateral Murder” Wikileaks video:

We write to you, your family, and your community with awareness that our words and actions can never restore your losses.

We are both soldiers who occupied your neighborhood for 14 months. Ethan McCord pulled your daughter and son from the van, and when doing so, saw the faces of his own children back home. Josh Stieber was in the same company but was not there that day, though he contributed to the your pain, and the pain of your community on many other occasions.

There is no bringing back all that was lost. What we seek is to learn from our mistakes and do everything we can to tell others of our experiences and how the people of the United States need to realize what have done and are doing to you and the people of your country. We humbly ask you what we can do to begin to repair the damage we caused.

We have been speaking to whoever will listen, telling them that what was shown in the Wikileaks video only begins to depict the suffering we have created. From our own experiences, and the experiences of other veterans we have talked to, we know that the acts depicted in this video are everyday occurrences of this war: this is the nature of how U.S.-led wars are carried out in this region.

We acknowledge our part in the deaths and injuries of your loved ones as we tell Americans what we were trained to do and carried out in the name of “god and country”. The soldier in video said that your husband shouldn’t have brought your children to battle, but we are acknowledging our responsibility for bringing the battle to your neighborhood, and to your family. We did unto you what we would not want done to us.

More and more Americans are taking responsibility for what was done in our name. Though we have acted with cold hearts far too many times, we have not forgotten our actions towards you. Our heavy hearts still hold hope that we can restore inside our country the acknowledgment of your humanity, that we were taught to deny.

Our government may ignore you, concerned more with its public image. It has also ignored many veterans who have returned physically injured or mentally troubled by what they saw and did in your country. But the time is long overdue that we say that the value of our nation’s leaders no longer represent us. Our secretary of defense may say the U.S. won’t lose its reputation over this, but we stand and say that our reputation’s importance pales in comparison to our common humanity.

With such pain, friendship might be too much to ask. Please accept our apology, our sorrow, our care, and our dedication to change from the inside out. We are doing what we can to speak out against the wars and military policies responsible for what happened to you and your loved ones. Our hearts are open to hearing how we can take any steps to support you through the pain that we have caused.

Solemnly and Sincerely,

Josh Stieber, former specialist, U.S. Army
Ethan McCord, former specialist, U.S. Army

Sign the petition here.


Glenn Greenwald discusses the WikiLinks tape on Democracy Now: “This is something that takes place on a virtually daily basis in Iraq and Afghanistan…. This is what war is. This is what the United States does in these countries”

Glenn Greenwald: Iraq slaughter not an aberration

Why does the world hate US? We say we’re ‘Christians’ while too many Americans are heartless, reverse-Christian, human being haters! Consequently, much of the world will cheer when we go down. In this video, released by WikiLeaks, hear our servicemen calling Iraqis reprehensible things and laughing — as we gun down photographers and children from the sky.

HeartQuotes: An Honest Heart

“An honest heart possesses a kingdom.”

– Seneca

Click for the rainbow version

Instead of being loved from the bottom of people’s hearts, “People HATE the AMERICANS FROM THE BOTTOM OF THEIR HEARTS”

From: The Times

“People hate the Americans from the bottom of their hearts,” Haji Akhtar Mohammed Shinwari said as he recalled how the US military had brought death to his homeland.

Entire Article Here

(video) Regina Spektor’s “The Calculation” Interpreted: If one has the courage to go there, beneath the facade of ‘perfect love’ are hard-as-stone hearts unknowingly cursing one another. “Hey, this fire is burning US up”


we made our own computer out of macaroni pieces
And it did our thinking
while we lived our lives
It counted up our feelings
And divided them up even
it called that calculation perfect love

Didn’t even know that love was bigger
Didn’t even know
That love was so, so …

So we made the hard decision
And we each made an incision
Past our muscles and our bones
Saw our hearts were little stones

Pulled ’em out they weren’t beating
And we
weren’t even bleeding
As we lay ’em on the granite counter top

We beat ’em up
Against each other

We beat ’em up
Against each other

We struck ’em hard
Against each other

We struck ’em so hard
So hard until they sparked

Hey this fire it’s burnin’
Burnin’ us up


But we didn’t mind
We didn’t know better


Regina Spektor performing “The Calculation” on Good Morning America (6-23-09)

Related: John Prine: Some Humans Ain’t Human [Austin City Limits]

Photographer Nancy Rotenberg: “What happened to the light we had as small children when we were filled with awe and excitement?”

I was incredibly blessed to be able to take a class with Nancy this summer!

Related post at my personal blog: Self-Portrait: “Bridge to Somewhere”





“I hope you never lose your sense of wonder
You get your fill but always keep that hunger
And when you get the choice
to sit it out or dance
I hope you dance…I hope you dance.”

— Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers

“In most men,” wrote Augustin de Saint Beuve,” there is a dead poet whom the man survives.” Why does the poet die so young? Why are so many men and women limping along the trail of life, the doors to their hearts tightly bolted? What happened to the light we had as small children when we were filled with awe and excitement? Where or when did we learn that original thinking is wrong? At what point did we begin to follow the path of others’ perceptions of who we should be? How do you want to travel on the journey that is your one precious life? How do you get home to your one authentic self?

We can’t always find the answers to these questions but we can cultivate a way of living that celebrates uniqueness and we can travel deeper into our seeing. As we journey, we can develop a quality of mind that not only enriches the creative process in art, but results in a return to our true souls and to a more imaginative, richer state of being.


There are dragons that roam the wilderness of creative quests. If left to run amok, they can inhibit the most determined artist. The creative process transforms you, the artist, into a creative warrior – arming you to slay the dragons or at least keep them at bay.

The first step is to develop the courage to venture into the unknown, to climb into the mode of exploration – of subject and light, of assumed boundaries of photography and on paths that travel beyond personal horizons.

The dragons that plague the creative process appeal to the part of your mind that deals with product and ego. The way to combat these dragons and to discover images that grow from your heart and soul is not by searching in the drawers of your mind.

Prevailing mythology has it that creativity is a gift of some sort, but really it is a state of being – a quality of mind available to all. In a creative mind, the world is unique, has beauty, and is filled with potential. Creativity is an attitude. Creativity is like being in love – with life and with yourself. Creativity doesn’t have a simple definition, but we know that it is an ongoing process and it is about the search to discover the place where truth, beauty and fire live.

Joseph Campbell said, “If the path before you is clear, you’re probably on someone else’s.” Campbell knew that we don’t always know where we’re going or what the path will look like, but on the photographic path, the creative warrior knows photographic technique, owns great optics and good tripods, but that is not where they stop. On this path, craft is fine and necessary, but this is a search for transcending technical knowledge and is the quest for imagination and love.



Learn to slow down and dare to be idle. We live in a culture that looks at idleness as something slovenly, lazy, and non-productive. It is only when you stop and reflect, that you can be filled and recharged. What you photograph today will be the result of yesterday’s “idling.”


To be on a creative path, we must work at ridding our thought processes of internal judges, worrying about winning camera club ribbons, or impressing editors. Photography should not be a competitive sport.


Have the courage and conviction to do whatever works for you. Do not let the appetites of those who “need” to stay in the box consume your taste for creativity.


We can’t blame the people around us who try to thwart our artistic expression. They don’t know any better. We can choose however, to trust what we know and who we are. We can move through fear and soar with the wings of our original creative selves. Eleanor Roosevelt knew this when she wrote, “Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent.”


When viewers ask the question, “How long did it take you to get this shot?” There should be only one answer – “My whole life.” And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance, make sure that you step onto the dance floor of a creative life and enjoy your dance.

Entire Article Here as PDF File

Related: Emerson: The Greatest Accomplishment — “Be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else”

How Liars Con: “Look her right in the eye…and you just BELIEVE that from the BOTTOM OF YOUR SOUL”

“You look her right in the eye. You hand her the ticket, and you say ‘this is the winning ticket.’ And you just believe that from the bottom of your soul.”


Derren Brown collects cash for losing tickets at a dog track.


Newsweek: The Truth About Lying

The eternal consequences about lying and the way out at ONEcanhappen:

Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way

Asbury Revival, 1970: “Dr. Kinlaw, I am a liar. Now what do I do?”

Ron Paul INTERVIEWS Historian Ivan Eland on ” Recarving Rushmore: Ranking the Presidents on Peace, Prosperity, and Liberty” C-SPAN 4/04/09


HeartQuotes: Create From the HEART

“If I create from the heart,
nearly everything works;
if from the head,
almost nothing.”

-Marc Chagall

Click for Italian Alps Version

FreedomQuotes: Passion

There are many things in life that will capture your eye, but very few will capture your heart. These are the ones to pursue. These are the ones worth keeping.

Click for Successories’ Golden-Leafed Tree Version

Celente: The Presidential Reality Show — People who drink the Kool-Aid will go down with the ship

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from:

The Alex Jones Show – L I V E – Jan. 27 with Gerald Celente — Trends Research Institute, just-the-facts, ‘political atheist’


. . .

The next shoe to drop domestically:

“What we’re going to see with the real estate collapse in commercial is going to make the sub-prime problem look like peanuts. And we’re forecasting: around March, the reality is going to set in that the greatest depression is on the way.”

The ‘solution’ is sold as ‘nationalization,’ but:

“What they’re calling ‘nationalization,’ …it’s not nationalization at all…. Now, Wall Street is in control of Washington.”

The Presidential Reality Show:

“This is the Presidential Reality Show, Episode 2, Obama Moves Into the Whitehouse. America loves entertainment, and they now have a celebrity President.

He’s the Tiger Woods of the political scene.

People are going to buy into this for a long time. … The people are so fearful and desperate that they’ll believe the thinnest veneer has substance to it.”

The college industrial complex:

Our education system has dumbed us down and forced us to learn all the same things in the same way. … There’s no individuality. … What’s going to survive in this coming greatest depression are the people that express their individuality, that are unique, or innovative, and really understand what quality is about. Those are going to be the survivors and thrivers in the coming tough times, as the rest of the people who all think alike, and have drunk the Kool-Aid go down with the ship.”

“Most people are only fed sound-bites of information upon which they make decisions.”

“They don’t want to believe it, number one. They think of these things as conspiracy theories. They’ve been indoctrinated all their lives through the college industrial complex to all think alike. …this is way beyond their grasp of understanding. How many people really know that the major issue in United States’ politics throughout the entire 1800s was about the central bankers taking over the country?”

‘Shows’ lose their ratings:

This is the Presidential reality show, and shows start losing their ratings after awhile, when they turn bad. … It’s going to lose its veneer.”

On the geopolitical front:

“On the geopolitical front, what we’re most concerned about is Israel and Iran.”

Celente says Obama’s early measures give the impression of ‘change,’ like closing Guantanamo, the emissions standards, the executive pay, the abortion issue.

“He’s solidifying his core support

Alex Jones adds that Barack Obama is already betraying some of his stances [like pulling out of Iraq]. And:

He’s throwing a few bones, but they’re hollow. We’ll look at a year in closing Guantanamo, but we’ll keep indefinite detention.”


He’s just carrying on the policies and the big issues in the economy and geopolitical as the previous administration.”

President Eisenhower warned the nation as he was leaving office that the military industrial complex is taking over the country.

Look who Obama just brought in as his deputy defense secretary, a chief lobbyist for one of the greatest of all the military industrial defense companies, Raytheon [Bill Lynn, – ed.].

Don’t wait to get hit:

Don’t wait to get hit. … An economic 9/11 has already happened. Take evasive actions. Plan for the future. …

As my dear father had taught me…, ‘listen to your own gut; think for yourself; don’t be a parrot. … Stop repeating what everybody else is saying.’”

Ron Paul: Governments DISHONESTLY Terrorize People’s Hearts With FEAR to Take Over

Ron Paul, interviewed by Alex Jones, 12/18/08; transcribed by Jeff Fenske (proofing and adding to quotes from article linked below)

Governments that want to take over, and undermine our liberties and have more power always use the fear factor. They did this leading up to the war in Iraq…. They do it on foreign policy, now they’re doing it on economic, monetary, and financial problems.”

“They do that all the time, that’s their technique, is always to build a tremendous fear in the hearts of the people. … Terrorize the people and say that ‘we are your saviors and we’re the only ones that can take care of you’.”

The dilemma that we have is that we’re scared too. There should be a lot of fear. It’s knowing the truth that counts. They use the weapon of fear dishonestly. But in many ways, we have to talk about the dangers too.


“I think everybody knows we’re in a crisis now and they have now gotten to the point where they don’t trust the government, which is healthy. A lot of people are begging and pleading and they’re lining up. But the average guy outside of Washington, especially so many of the young people are realizing that this has all been a hoax and this is the time to really expose the hoax.”

“We have a real opportunity to direct attention to the real culprit and that is those who control the monetary system. Those who counterfeit our money and cause the financial bubbles and then recessions, and now are working real hard on a depression.”

Read Article, Listen to Interview: Ron Paul: Fear Based Bailouts Constitute Economic Terrorism

Related: David Icke: Problem > Reaction > Solution

HeartQuotes: Battles

“Be kind,
for everyone you meet
is fighting a harder battle.”

– Plato

Click for Greek Beach Version

HeartQuote Video: “Without inner peace, it is impossible to have world peace”

From: HeartMath
Peace Day September 21, 2008

Watch this AWESOME Video:

at the heart of peace

“Without inner peace,
it is impossible to
have world peace.”

– Dalai Lama

“If there is to be peace in the world,
there must be peace among nations.

If there is to be peace among nations,
there must be peace in the cities.

If there is to be peace in the cities,
there must be peace between neighbors.

If there is to be peace between neighbors,
there must be peace in the home.

If there is to be peace in the home,
there must be peace in the heart.”

– Lao Tzu (570-490 B.C.)

“May we be ONE!”
– Jesus

Nastia Liukin, WINNER, Wishing her fiercest competitor WELL: “I admire her with ALL of My HEART”

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from CBS’ Today: Today’s Olympic Moment, 8/15/08

“Today’s Olympic Moment is about two young gymnasts who are the best the world has to offer — and not just when they’re performing, either.

Last night, Americans, Nastia Liukin and Shawn Johnson knew their toughest competition for the individual gold in gymnastics was each other. Yet these roomates at the Games didn’t root for the other to fail. They cheered each other on every step of the way. …

Then the moment of truth: Nastia Liukin, Olympic gold medalist; Shawn Johnson, right behind her with the silver — the grace they displayed, making them both champions in the eyes of the world.”



Shawn Johnson’s teammate, friend, and roommate in Beijing ended the night with the gold medal. Nastia Liukin finished just six-tenths ahead of Shawn in the point standings. Nastia landed her vault, but scored lower than expected. That put her in tenth place after the first round. But after that, Nastia performed one of the most difficult routines on the uneven bars, and nailed it.

Nastia delivers strong performances on both the beam and floor exercise. It wasn’t until Shawn wrapped up her floor routine that Nastia knew the gold medal would be hers. The Soviet-born gymnast says she knows that Shawn is her biggest competitor.

“We’re both incredibly strong athletes and gymnasts and she won Worlds last year, and… She’s a phenomenal athlete and I couldn’t speak any more highly of her. I admire her with all my heart. It’s been amazing and it’s been a great journey, and it’s been a really cool ending,” says Liukin.

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Shawn Phillips: The HEARTBEAT of America is a TRUCK—Frightened to Death of the TRUTH

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from Radio Canada Session [1991, CBC’s French Network in Montreal] on Texas Days, African Nights: a musical journey with Shawn Phillips DVD

CBC Host: “Can you relate to that love/hate relationship that we [Canadians] have with the Americans?”

Shawn Phillips: “Yes, I can. I must preface this with the fact that I sell records everywhere in the world. It’s very difficult for me in the United States. America is a country that is frightened to death of the truth. And part of the problem of America right now is that the heartbeat of America is a TRUCK.”

Host: “And it sells commercials.”

Shawn: “And it sells commercials. They want to take as far as the culture and the art, moving back and forth. They want to make it a total business.”


Shawn Phillips on Canadian TV: Woman / The Battle of Casey Deiss / Moonshine — ~”America is frightened to death of the TRUTH because the HEARTBEAT of America is a TRUCK”



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Heartquotes: A Heart that NEVER Hardens

Have a heart that never hardens,
a temper that never tires,
a touch that never hurts.

– Charles Dickens

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Heartquote: Doing good FREEs the HEART, opens US to a wellSPRING of HAPPINESS!

“We do good because it frees the heart.

It opens us to a wellspring of happiness.”

-Sharon Salzberg

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Heartquotes: Love is

“Love is not a matter of what happens in life.

It’s a matter of what’s happening in your heart.”

– Ken Keyes

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