Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Doug Hoffman of the NY-23 may still win. The recount is in progress now. It probably won’t happen and really it doesn’t matter all that much.

The reality is that Hoffman has proven it can work. A third party candidate, an accountant no less, damn near upset the apple cart. He came within a whisper of winning, even with both parties joining together to defeat him. Even with little money and not much charisma he proved that the people can defeat the machine.

We know that come 2010 we can take this Leviathan apart. It won’t be easy or pretty but we can do it. And we won’t need a party or even much of an organization. We just need the candidates. We need honest, boring patriots that just want to help return our country to what it was. If they are the real thing, we’ll know it. And just like the TEA parties an organic base of support will materialize and sweep these candidates into office. The free flow of information that the Internet has allowed will make this possible. The power of ideas will overwhelm the power of money and guns.

The Internet must be stopped. It cannot be allowed to exist as it does today if the Republicans and Democrats (bankers and corporations) want to retain their power in 2010. It poses too much of a threat to too many powerful interests. We are going to see a concerted effort to squash our freedom of expression on an international scale. The only way that I can see to do this is for the governments of the world to take control of the ISP’s.

Since just a few weeks ago the President signed into law an emergency powers act that will allow for just this sort of seizure one has to wonder just what sort of emergency is coming our way. Perhaps something like the pandemic type of flu that seems to be burning through the Ukraine.

I was just reading this at

"OTTAWA – In a shocking surge, 24 Ontario residents have died in less than 72 hours from Swine Flu, the Public Health Agency of Canada reported on its website.

Ontario’s startling fatalities reported between November 10 and 11 a.m. EST on November 12 catapults the death toll from 37 reported on Nov. 10 to a total of 61. That is twice the figure of dead in Quebec and the highest of any province in Canada.

Hospitals from coast to coast are swamped with admissions and visits to emergency departments in the past week with other provinces reporting record admissions from Swine Flu since its outbreak was noticed in April.

Nova Scotia and Manitoba reported one death each between Nov. 10 and Nov. 12 to take Canada’s national fatality toll to 161 with much of the spike happening since the second wave of Swine Flu began in October.

On November 10 at 11 a.m. EST, Ontario’s death toll stood at 37 and the Canadian national total was at 135.

46 Canadians have died between November 5 and November 12 with heavy rates of hospitalizations across the country."

I'm just sitting here with random thoughts running through my mind. It feels as though something big is about to happen. I just don't know what. Of course, I've had this feeling for quite some time. The sense of urgency is increasing.

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