jump to navigation

This ain’t your mama’s economy! February 1, 2014

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,
comments closed
Advertisements

Reviews for “The World is NOT Your Oyster! America: The Lost Empire” by Bernard Ball and Bridget McCoy May 5, 2011

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
comments closed

 

Compelling and Thought Provoking, April 30, 2011

By Rachel   Posted on Amazon.com 

This book is a compelling read as it offers a fascinating perspective on the state of our nation. The point of the book is to provide enough information to provoke thought in readers so they can make their own decisions and bring about change. It is written as a call to action for people to join the grassroots movement fighting to keep the United States from what the authors see as a downward spiral of decline and eventual collapse. Whether you agree with the authors or not, it is an interesting read. This is a book for those wanting to protect their families and their country, make their own decisions and feel empowered to do something. The arguments are at times controversial, but they are thought provoking. The book can be overly ambitious as it attempts to encompass many issues occurring in our nation, such as youth, religion, 9/11, the economy, race, politics, and parenting to name a few. A more effective approach would be to focus on fewer key issues. However, I think it would make an outstanding addition to the bookshelf of any lover of the social and political sciences and one who values various perspectives. I look forward to future books by these authors.

This review is from Goodreads.com:

The book blew my mind!! It sums up the thoughts and actions taken to put the USA into the “still current” state of mind. But more to the point, it shows us what we have to do to become UNITED in this great country.

Keep the faith B, there are tons of people just like us out there, that just need an avenue to see and walk down.

The book shows us that we all need to join hands in the saving of our nation. This is not only physically, but spiritually, in our day to day actions. We are all brothers and sisters and this book shows us exactly that.

Well done!!!!
Victoria (aka Tori)

A fast, riveting read you won’t put down! by yvette59  (posted on barnesandnobles.com)

Posted June 15, 2010, 2:27 PM EST: The World is NOT Your Oyster was interesting from the first page. The tone of the book is as if you were sitting down with the authors and having a conversation. I think this is what will make this book appeal to readers of all ages. The reader will learn a lot about what goes on in this country that everyday Americans are not aware of…kind of like a behind the scenes look at how the power brokers, including government leaders and corporate owners, have set up this country to be their personal banking system, leaving the rest of us to fend for ourselves. While reading this book, I was taken on an emotional roller coaster as I reacted to things the authors were presenting. I felt angry, I laughed, I felt powerless and I felt compelled to do something to tell people about what is going on and what has happened to this nation over the decades. It was scary to think about America going the way of the Roman empire, but as the authors say, if we don’t do something to change things around we will cease to exist as an international power. The authors present some pretty controversial and provocative points of view that require the reader to have an open mind because afterward, you will say “I never thought about it that way, but it makes sense.” I think that is what I liked most about this book, is the way it is written and that the authors provide a list of other books for the reader to learn more about certain topics in the book. I just wish it were longer and had more detail on some of the events they described, but I guess that’s why they provide the reading list at the end. The authors say that the purpose is to make people think and find out stuff for themselves, and that is what this book has made me do.

Medical slavery,”death by your attending physician” October 23, 2009

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
comments closed

It has been a particularly bad month for the pharmaceutical industrial complex in its ongoing litigations in American courts. Among the main pharmaceutical headlines, Merck’s Gardasil vaccine for HPV, now being widely administered to pre-teens, was found to be linked to amyltrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease; following a $1.4 billion fine in promoting one of its blockbuster drugs Zyprexa off-label, deceptive correspondence was uncovered by Eli Lilly gaming the system again by promoting another one of its drugs, Cymbalta, off-label for fibromyalgia; AstraZeneca was fined $160 million for scamming the Medicaid system in Kentucky after being fined $215 million for ripping off Alabama; Glaxo lost a Pennsylvania trial for failing to warn doctors and pregnant women of the dangers of its antidepressant drug Paxil related to birth defects; and Pfizer scored a record-breaking fine of $2.3 billion for illegally marketing several drugs over the years: Bextra, Zyvox, Geodon and Lyrica. These kinds of charges, among the many others, have become a habit for drug makers for the past dozen years.

 

When we speak of the pharmaceutical industry complex, it does not refer solely to private drug manufacturers. The complex, like a Matrix that holds captive the health of the nation in medical slavery by its own design and manipulation, is a consortium, a spiders’ web woven with financial attachments throughout the medical profession. In addition to the pharmaceutical and medical device firms, this complex includes every government health agency—the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and or course the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)—as well as drug lobbying firms now employing a large number of former Congresspersons, insurance and HMO companies, all of the leading professional medical associations such as the American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA), the majority of medical schools and their research departments who are heavily funded by drug money, many of the most prestigious medical journals, and ultimately all of this filtering downward to the physicians who diagnose our illnesses and prescribe our medications and treatments.

 

America is rightly regarded as having led much of the world in many qualitative innovations in all fields. That reputation is duly deserved. However, there is a new dynamic at work that is causing this reputation to be challenged. We are a nation that prides itself in our humanity, our sense of fairness, but today there is a growing concern that we are now being monikered as a country held hostage to a national security complex, which includes the largest military complex in the world, an obscenely expensive healthcare system and self-serving bureaucracies and private industries that serve their own financial ends. So it is not surprising that after spending this year $2.6 trillion on healthcare, we have such little health to show for it. There are second world countries where people live longer and healthier lives. And we have the worst healthcare among developed nations. So what have we received for our $2.6 trillion.

 

As the current healthcare debate continues to rage over in sundries—the $200 billion net profit health insurance industry—the entire deliberation over disease prevention and treatment has been overshadowed. And amidst this partisan and ideological anarchy, perpetuated by our elected officials, the media, and fueled by the pharmaceutical complex, two other areas America excels as a leader above all other developed nations is in being the premier breeding ground for the pharmaceutical industrial complex’s greatest profits and, second, as the world’s exemplar in medical fraud and corruption. The fairy tale of America’s health as being best served by drugs is a creation of this complex, a lullaby that brings ill citizens repeatedly to their doctors and hospitals for diagnosis and treatment, or simply to deny healthcare altogether to the uninsured.

The country is pacified by a blind belief that the drugs being prescribed to them have been proven safe because our government health agencies have our physical health and well-being in their best intentions.  This is a lie, an extraordinarily deadly lie. Iatrogenesis, medically induced injury and death, is the number one cause of death in American medicine annually, since only a small percentage of these deaths are actually reported. Each year more Americans die from preventable deaths due to our medical system than all military causalities in the two world wars combined. This is tantamount to medical genocide. One of the major causes of these deaths is the overmedication of Americans in all ages. The constant need for profits has created an environment that allows the pharmaceutical industrial complex to use their enormous financial and political clout to literally make normal life experiences into new diseases, such as social anxiety disorder, in order to sell its drugs. The pharmaceutical industry has been given the authority to pathologize life, with the drugging of our children, seniors, etc. For example, the leading cause of AIDS deaths today is a result of liver failure. This is not a condition of HIV infection, but a direct result of the anti-HIV drug AZT. Is it little wonder then that we are being intimidated and frightened into believing that mandatory vaccination is being touted even though the science of efficacy and safety, even the need, for these new swine flu vaccines is patently unproven. It is perhaps one of the largest falsehoods ever perpetuated on humanity that dwarfs the sleaze on Wall Street. ( global research )I will talk more on this four part series further on, stay blogged…

Africa! the next Iraq? November 20, 2008

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
comments closed

Nigeria the largest producer and exporter of oil in africa

 

 Every oil-rich country in Africa that has established ties with America is engaged in civil war, or is led by corrupt dictators, with its people living in abject poverty. It would seem that US intervention increases the political and social tensions rather than resolves the  long standing conflicts. The millions of dollars that are being generated through the extraction of oil is going into the pockets of the extremist government leaders of those countries and the corporate boardrooms of the oil companies. According to an April 2003 article by Suraya  Dadoo  When Uncle Sam Comes Calling in Africa Nigeria, the largest  producer and exporter of oil in Africa, has pumped over $300 billion dollars worth of oil over the last 40 years, but 70% of its population continues to live on less than $1 a day * this is spite of the Nigerian government collecting an estimated $14 billion a year in oil revenue*,.  To quote Stanford University political scientist Terry Lynn Karl, “We don’t have a single example of oil leading to long term positive outcomes in developing countries.” In this same article, Dadoo states that the US oil company Exxon stands to earn almost $4.6 billion dollars from Africa’s largest oil project, the Chad-Cameroon pipeline, a project that has been the subject of criticism for its environmental damage and the fact that there is no accountability on the part of Exxon or the two countries as to how much money these countries stand to earn from this pipeline. Without this documentation, the very people who should be benefiting from such a venture have no way to hold their governments accountable.  In another example, ever since oil was discovered off the tiny African island of Sao Tome and Principe, the money generated from oil production has pushed the country into a near dictatorship with the revenues going to the president as well as multinational oil companies. (N.W. Douma) Why isn’t anyone asking why US military might and dollars are not being used to benefit the over 700 million people on the African continent instead of its own self-interests?

The US has engaged in military expansionism in Africa since the September 11 attacks on the pretense of fighting terrorism. The targeted areas include the Horn of Africa where the US has established its largest military base in Djibouti, which is strategically located near the Arabian Peninsula. In testimony at the hearing on “Fighting Terrorism in Africa” before the House Subcommittee on Africa, Princeton N. Lyman, in outlining the steps for the US fight against terrorism, emphasized that an effective worldwide campaign couldn’t take place without addressing the threat of terrorism in Africa. He advocated a “sustained focus on east Africa” when setting anti-terrorism budgets while acknowledging that the US Department of Defense was prepared to assist oil-producing nations on the West Coast of Africa in setting up security against attacks on the off-shore drilling facilities being established along the coast. (Lyman, CFR).

HIStory is Just Beginning! November 5, 2008

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , , , ,
comments closed

Now that Barack has been elected president by a landslide and has received a mandate to govern, (yes, a mandate, having earned more popular votes than any presidential candidate in history) we must be careful not to let the media excoriate him for what he “doesn’t do”. He ran on the platform that this government belongs to the people and as such, we, the people must stay active in holding our representatives accountable. Barack is one person, and just like he didn’t win without us, he can’t be successful in his programs without us. We must remember that the government exists BECAUSE of the american people, not the other way around. We must stay involved and informed and be ready to support the programs that Obama puts forth. It is inevitable that the media will eventually turn into his worst critics, dogging his every move and holding unrealistic expectations for him to solve all the world’s problems in four years….we must be vigilant to not let that happen. Obama is AMERICA”s president, not just Black America’s president. Just as people from all races, creeds and religions supported his campaign, these same people must stand behind him and support his administration. What will you do?

Barack is in the Bible,In Judges 4:4-16 November 5, 2008

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , ,
comments closed

Check it out! and see this was and is ordained by GOD, that this was to be , and if you don’t believe what I’m saying for all those who believe… and even those that don’t, perhaps after reading this it will renew your belief and faith and when you’re done let me hear your response from the previous blog ‘Is America Ready For A Black President”?

Is America Ready For A Black President? November 5, 2008

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , , ,
comments closed

Is  America Ready for a Black President? (Dumbass in the White House)

 

As we look at the polls for presidential candidates one poll reads” Is America ready for a black president” “Is America ready for a female president?” It’s that kind of climate that lets us know that America has serious problems…to think that a white male is the only one that has the capacity to lead or serve as commander-in-chief, regardless of  how dumb he is, (i.e. in the case of current lame dummy(my emphasis is on the lame and dumbass part of that). There was no poll to ask, is America ready for a dumbass? Or a retard?; just give us a white man no matter how mentally challenged he is …as long as it’s not a Black man or a Woman.  No!there was no poll to ask that question. Cheney and his cronies would not have been able to achieve their objectives of robbing the American people or crash landing the economy if there was an independent thinker in the White House; they just felt it is better to let a dumbass run the country and the world rather than somebody that really had some smarts about them, rather to let a woman or a Blackman take it for a try, after all, Rome was not built in a day and this country and its government was not built right the first time.

A little known fact is that there has already been 5 black presidents (read J.A. Rogers’ The Five Negro Presidents). There are sworn affidavits and historical references to support this claim.

We know that none of the thirty eight others (white) making all the decisions in governing these united states while mixing abroad their western influence, have been successful at solving the serious problems that America  has; under the  “White” man all he has done with that power is abuse, control,  manipulate, oppress, suppress ,depress and start wars and rumors of war; having mastery over the air with his airplanes and having dominion over the creeping thing by ruling with his armies , while at the same time having dominion over and under the sea with his navy ships. His only desire is to control everything and everybody, and he’s still not satisfied.

American Blackout! August 27, 2008

Posted by tetrahedron in Uncategorized.
Tags: , , , ,
comments closed

What do you think about George Bush and israel lobbying against a us congresswoman to remove her from the congress? She only told the truth, and asked the real questions to people like Donald Rumsfeld and all the others that took America to war in Afghanistan and Iraq… Based on total lies.

%d bloggers like this: