The 95% Solution Pt2 - Thomas Sheridan

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Recently Penny put up a link in her article “Psychopaths Are Everywhere” to a Thomas Sheridan radio interview. It is well worth listening to. You'll find the interview embedded at Penny's at the above link and scroll down a little.

There's a second part to the interview where Thomas talks about the psychopathic nature of the God of parts of the Old Testament and touches on the money system. Broadly, I agree with him though I have some differences. But that is to be expected , I suppose. I wouldn't want anyone out there thinking exactly like me. Even I am not that cruel! Click here for the second hour.
(more after the jump)

I was so taken with the interview with Thomas Sheridan that I went in search of more and I found this interview with Fintan Dunne. Thomas talks in a relaxed conversational style which may annoy some people who want to 'get to the bottom line' and get outta there. But I think his presentation style is part of his message though he probably doesn't mean it to be.

The above talk is included in this 95% Solution series because understanding the psychopathy of the 5% amongst us is the first step of the solution and it is coming from the 95% of us who are empathic. What absolutely qualifies it to my mind is the following talk of his about Creative Intention; using the knowledge gained to get back on our own creative track and away from the destructive influence of these psychopaths. Thomas Sheridan's Creative Intention shows the way to counter the 5% without battling them head on – a situation they relish because they thrive on contention, (the more the better) and they know we don't.

The answer is deceptively simple; listen to our intuition and follow it to our own creative endeavours and live life more fully for ourselves. In doing this we not only help ourselves to a more fulfilling and independent life but we positively affect others. And so it spreads out. This talk is even more 'relaxed' and “waffley” (as he himself admits) but if you have the time to spare, I don't think you will regret the investment.

Needless restriction and control is death to our spirits. And it is no accident that we are coming in for more and more of it from our psychopathic rulers. They mean to destroy us one way or another. One answer to this for us is promoting creativity in ourselves and others and avoiding psychopaths and their systems and organisations as much as is feasible and practical in our lives.

Creativity is life giving to our spirits. We were designed to be creative. If you think back to any very creative time you may have had in your life, you will invariably remember that it was very 'life giving'. You felt alive. I know I have. Our metabolism thrives on it. One famous and rather huge study in Britain taken over decades established the link between health and longevity and the amount of control over one's circumstances; how free we are, in other words. It concluded that the freer we are the longer and better we live. It's not about how comfortable we are but how in charge of our own lives and minds we are.

Sometimes creativity comes out of depression. This has happened to me as well. But the inspirations and motivation come when I've turned the corner and am coming out of a spell of depression and never going into one. Creativity has been the answer for that, too. And when you think about it, we as a society appear to be chronically depressed to one extent or another. Prozac Nation. It's caused by the restriction and control; the 'button down mind'. And we have bought into it. For sure, obstacles are put in our way but the creative response is to find a way around these obstacles and hindrances. If William Kamkwamba can make a wind generator out of sticks and bicycles, we've got a long way to go before we can claim we are truly stumped by our circumstances.

Thomas Sheridan points to listening to our intuition for inspiration and direction for our creativity and if we follow it something magical happens, to use his word. I would go a little further and say something 'mystical' happens. We can feel a rush when the 'aha moment' strikes and we have the idea behind the 'creation to be', if you like. But it is in the act of bringing it into being that the real creativity, the real connection, is experienced. And, if my experiences are anything to go by, the real creativity happens at the interface between the artist or craftsman and the tools and materials being used be they chainsaws and timber, trowels and soil or pen and paper. Ok, keyboard and internet!

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You at once lose yourself, or your ego self, and yet you come alive at the same time and it lasts for as long as you do not reflect on yourself. We can experience this connection with 'life' when helping others, too, and it lasts as long as we remain selfless and unselfconscious in the process. It's kinda Zen. I'm also reminded of Jesus saying something like, "He who loses his life will gain it".

Beauty (creativity), to me is not in the eye of the beholder nor in the object itself. In my view it is in the interface between artist (and we are all artists) and their chosen medium that occurs in the process and we intuitively gain an insight into that time and event when we look upon the results. The results are a record of life flowing through the artist into his or her creation and the material responding to this energy.

We witnesses intuit this process when we look upon the result. We feel the same thing when we listen to, watch, or read about an inspiring person and what they have done with their life. Thomas Sheridan, for instance. It could be you, too. Even if it is 'only' for family and friends who know you. They will know you live/lived according to the way you are/were supposed to; the way our physiology tells us we were designed to.

This example is what inspires us (and the next generation) and that is why the psychopaths want to debase and stamp out beauty and creativity in ourselves and in our world. They, of course, are incapable of it. We directly fight them and inspire others, too, by doing it anyway, in spite of the obstacles and pressures.

We can start today. What has been in the back of your mind for a long time now? What small step could you take towards it? In doing this we become active in our lives instead of reactive. We start taking back control. We can also, as Thomas says, participate in this interactive world as we are meant to rather than be passive and reduced to an observer or spectator status. So why not turn off the teevee, dive in and enjoy? smiling

To me, creativity is not so much about the external results but more about what it does for us inside through consciously choosing to be more creative in everything we do. We become more difficult to the 5% who would manipulate and demean us and more pleasant and more inspiring to be around to the remaining 95%. What's not to like?

If we want to fight the destruction in our world and in our communities and families, a simple way is to focus on increasing our creativity in every way we can. Fight the destructive death cult with the opposite to it, a creative life.

There's quite a bit of time required to listen to all the links all the way through but if it helps to change the direction of your life, I think you'll agree, it will be well worth it. But if time is short I would suggest starting with the first link at Penny For Your Thoughts above and the second embed above on Creative Intentions and perhaps leave the other links till later.

Thomas has a book out called “Puzzling People: the Labyrinth of the Psychopath” which by all accounts is excellent. Amazon have it as well; reviews too.

He has a blog, Labyrinth of the Psychopath here

And a youtube channel here

Oh, and BTW, I put this together for myself principally smiling


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Hey! Love the bears

Hey! Love the bears. You are getting really good at this picture posting thing. smiling

I listened to about half the first Sheridan interview the day that Penny posted. It was very interesting.
I will make my way through the rest of it along with the other interviews and links.

I like this post and the direction it takes us. I'm absolutely on board with creativity being a key component to fighting back against the paths. I have been following a bit of the Occupy Wall Street protests and interestingly they are making signs and chanting, "We are the 99%.". What caught my eye the other night was how creative they are and how stoked they get working out solutions together to the roadblocks the PTB's are putting in their way. One small example, some one has put up a Face Book page for people from all over the country to arrange carpooling to the events. So, they are working together with people they don't even know to get themselves there - some offer gas money, some cars, some to drive, some to just drive people to pick up spots, some to rent vans together or charter buses etc. The people that can't be there, are finding all kinds of creative ways to contribute and help the people there on the ground etc. I think their personal efforts are empowering them and is really life affirming. Certainly, we witnessed this collective creative process in spades watching the Egyptians and the events that unfolded in Tahir Square.

I always have some kind of 'project' on the go in the back on my life, so to speak. I think if I didn't, I'd likely go bonkers, that is assuming I'm not bonkers already. How would I know? Anyways, besides gardening which is a never ending lesson in creation, I sew (made a bunch of purses this last year for my adult daughters that were a big hit with them - surprise!), I scour decorator mags when I need to tackle the upkeep of rooms in our home. The creative challenge for me is to make it look great without spending a lot of cash (which we don't have). I'm getting pretty good at making my own Roman Shades and I like to paint faux finish floors, walls, counter tops, furniture, that kinda thing. I also like to make things like ornaments out of different mediums such as flour dough, femo, paper, wood etc. Although I mostly find cooking boring, cause I do it everyday, I seem chronically unable to stick to a recipe. I have to do my own thing. Sometimes, I have success. smiling The list is endless and there is always some creative project working itself out in my mind. Most of them never see fruition in the real world. I don't think I could stop the process, even if I wanted to to. I believe there is a budding artist in me trying desperately to get out into the forefront of my hum drum, day to day life. I imagine that is true for all of us.

Then there is music, which I dabbled at in my younger years (piano and guitar) and would like to find some time to get back to it in my 'post motherhood' years. I've also noticed following the blogs that musicians tend to be very good writers and that good writers/thinkers are invariably music lovers.

And speaking of writing, I so appreciate those that can turn a phrase! I have written a thousand blog posts while I've gone about my days. I just never seem to be good at getting them out of my mind and into print. I have one going on right now tentatively titled something like, "What's up with God and Hats" or "What's God Got Against Heads". Maybe this will inspire me to actually get it out of my head.

"Thomas Sheridan points to listening to our intuition for inspiration and direction for our creativity and if we follow it something magical happens, to use his word. I would go a little further and say something 'mystical' happens. We can feel a rush when the 'aha moment' strikes and we have the idea behind the 'creation to be', if you like. But it is in the act of bringing it into being that the real creativity, the real connection, is experienced. And, if my experiences are anything to go by, the real creativity happens at the interface between the artist or craftsman and the tools and materials being used be they chainsaws and timber, trowels and soil or pen and paper. Ok, keyboard and internet!"

Thanks James for "bringing this into being" and your always awesome creative contributions here on this blog. And to Winter, NJT and the bevy of bloggers out there that continue to inspire and inform me - Penny, AP, A13, Kenny, Nobody, Chuckyman, Noor, Aangirfan, Suraci to name but a few. You guys rock! party time!

thanks McJ

those are kind words. Yes there are a lot of creative writers out there.
You certainly have a lot of creativity going on in your own life. I'd love to read a post entitled "What's up with God and Hats"!!

After writing about the different creative tools and materials, i thought I'd look for 'chainsaw art' and found Rick Nasby's site and those two pics were standouts. Fabulous stuff.
Part of the reason for writing it was to goad myself into getting back into my own projects.

That is great news about the 'Occupy Wall Street" people. 99% hah! Way to go, literally smiling

thanks for including me in the list

i'm glad to be of some use. blogging is a good creative outlet. and as my father used to say, 'make yourself useful as well as ornamental.'

James you wrote:

"We become more difficult to the 5% who would manipulate and demean us and more pleasant and more inspiring to be around to the remaining 95%."

i have found over time to rely more and more on my first impressions, my instincts about people. there are some people i instantly like, and some i instantly dislike, and a lot of people i'm just neutral but leaning one way or the other. however i find the ones that i have strong reactions to, positive or negative, is also reciprocated. meaning, when i come across someone and i instantly dislike him or her, that the person picks up on that right away and it is mutual. and i have taken this to be paths who recognize that i am not one of the people they can "work" with, i'm not going to be snookered, therefore they don't like me right away. so we get right off on the wrong foot. it's great! seriously. it is such a time saver. because then i don't have to go through that whole process of being screwed by the person first.

Ah, McJ... I blush

Thanks for the kind words. It makes me feel humbled. I don't know why but there it is
There are a good batch of bloggers around thank goodness for that.

And McJ your purses are indeed really, really nice.
The grey one in particular, which for me is unusual being not a huge grey fan, unless it is charcoal grey..

flour dough ornaments....that brings back memories.
Made a bunch one christmas out of utter necessity.
Many years ago
they still hang on my tree today.
so do the pipe cleaner candy canes.
come to think of it.

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Endlessly amusing

"I'd love to read a post entitled "What's up with God and Hats"!! "

Well, I can endlessly amuse myself with this subject. It's just one of those things that piques my cynical self every time I see the 'faithful' or some religious nutcase in one of the multitudes of head coverings. laughing out loud

And you are welcome.

I tried to post some pictures of my purses which admittedly are likely be more interesting to the gals than the guys, but the embed put them in sideways for some reason. I am not having as much luck with the pictures as you.
You can check a couple of them at the links if you wanna have a look.

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These are sensational, McJ. Wow, no wonder your daughters were pleased to get 'em smiling

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So, now the student surpasses the teacher. How did you get them upright?

Thanks for posting these and thanks. smiling

upright pictures

hi McJ, our master webmaster, NJT, showed me how. That's how!

I downloaded them to my computer (i usually resize them at this point to approc 500 pixels wide) and then uploaded them to this site via "create content" and then "image".
Then i right click over the pic and select "copy link location" (though your operating system may show something a bit different) and go back to the blog entry or comment page and include it amongst the following code-

Ah, i can't display the code. But if you go to my comment with your pics and click on 'edit' you will see the code. If you want to find where i've saved your purse pics, go to the 'search this site' box and type in 'McJ's purse1' and 'McJ's purse2' they should both appear.

and that's it!

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Thanks Grasshopper...

Thanks Grasshopper...

I have never before had problems with my lazy Photobucket method of grabbing the embed code. I have no idea why it turned them sideways. I think I am going to have to switch to Google Chrome, but I am still pissed at Google and I don't like IE. Firefox is just giving me so many problems of late. I can no longer edit my posts or comments here when I use it. It takes me to the editing page but the text is not there. I knew I could figure out what you did by opening the edit on your comment but I would have had to open Chrome to do that and well...I was lazy and asked you instead. smiling

Anyways, enough of that and thanks again.

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browser issues

sorry to be so late to the party, and thanks for the article (James) and mention above (McJ) smiling
it was a long week at the day job... lot to catch up on here I see.

anyway, re: the troubles with firefox etc., have you tried clearing your cache / temporary files? sometimes that can work miracles.

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Thanks NJT

Thanks NJT. I'll try that. I noticed yesterday that on a couple of occasions when I tried the edit, the text was there but then later on it went away again. Computers are so much fun. smiling


McJ, these are beautiful! i am a total hack seamstress, and i can appreciate when people know how to operate a sewing machine. it is so much harder than it would seem. these are really great. they remind me of those cloth purses, i forget the name of them but they sell for big bucks in the gift shoppes. usually bright colors? Vera Bradley i think. yup, i just checked. do your daughters get asked where they got their Vera Bradley bag? i hope so ha. it's nice to have something unique.

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seriously funky purses!!

Wow McJ smiling
those purses are highly funky, I'd buy one if you put some up for sale, and i'm jealous of you daughters now.
Thanks so much for including me on your list too, i'm humbled for sure.
you also have a creative talent with words, and i always like to read your comments whenever you drop by my place.
Cheers A13

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AP & A13

AP & A13 - Thanks ladies for the nice compliments. My mother and my aunts taught me to sew when I was a young girl. Their mother was a taylor/seamtress. She died before I was 1 year old so I never knew her but I learned on her old treadle (foot peddle) sewing machine. When I was making these (4 in total) there were times I wished I had that old machine because I broke so dam many needles. Those old machines would sew through anything. I know the girls have gotten some good feedback on them because I have had requests from their friends to make them one. laughing out loud I am no fashionista, you know, sweats and a t-shirt and a couple haircuts a year so, I was pleased they liked them. Thanks for turning me onto the Vera Bradley purses AP, I had never heard of her but now you have me thinking of making more. People have suggested I sell them or put them in shops. They are time consuming to make and I blow hot and cold with my creative adventures so I don't think I would do that. Once I get it out of my system and see what it looks like then I move onto the next thing. Fickle, I am.

And you guys are welcome, you are tops on my list of writers/researchers/thinkers. You deserve it!

on fickleness

it's funny how when you do something out of creativity and joy, and then you get some pressure to continue or bring it to the next level or something, it sort of takes the fun out of it. i get that. i'm fickle that way too! i have been known to start creative things and be obsessed with them, and then seemingly without warning change my mind. but there are always reasons, it's just that they are hard to articulate. which of course is confounding for people but who cares. creativity happens when you are having fun. period. no fun, no creativity. no ticket, no laundry.

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Yes, I am like that. I have loads of unfinished projects to prove it. smiling

"...then seemingly without warning change my mind. but there are always reasons, it's just that they are hard to articulate."

It is hard to articulate. For me, my drive is to bring it into reality so I can see/experience it. And it doesn't necessarily have to be complete for that process to happen. Perhaps, this is what what James was talking about when he said,

"Beauty (creativity), to me is not in the eye of the beholder nor in the object itself. In my view it is in the interface between artist (and we are all artists) and their chosen medium that occurs in the process and we intuitively gain an insight into that time and event when we look upon the results. The results are a record of life flowing through the artist into his or her creation and the material responding to this energy."

"creativity happens when you are having fun. period. no fun, no creativity. no ticket, no laundry."

I like the no laundry part. laughing out loud

Oh no, another book to read

Great interview on RedIce. Book on order.
I like the idea of feeding psychopaths to polar-bears. Does that make me a psycho? wink

On Polar Bears and Problems

"I like the idea of feeding psychopaths to polar-bears. Does that make me a psycho? "

probably not smiling
But it does indicate you understand the seriousness of the problem!

Let us know what you think of the book when you get it, anon.


anon was me

re: oops

Well, in that case i will definitely want to know what you think of the book! smiling

Elites within NWO

James, further to earlier chat about British/Jewish elites of the NWO over at AP's I think you'll be interested in this:

elites and factions

Thanks very much for the links, Freethinker. There's a lot of reading there. I'm about halfway through the first link!

I'll try and give you some feedback after i finish


who I believe is freethinker, the one and only!
Or maybe one of several freethinkers that inhabit my world.
Or the blog at the very least.

Feeding psychopaths to bears is not a bad idea, because the bears will get to eat, right?

Hi Penny, yes its me, I

Hi Penny, yes its me, I haven't come across another 'freethinker' so for the moment I'm the one and only smiling

The polar bear feeding wasn't just a random notion, it came from the first interview when the guy was joking about the Inuit feeding their psychopaths to the polar bears and the idea appealed. Feeding misanthropic greenies to the polar bears is also an appealing notion - after all there are too many people and too few polar bears in the world, according to them. I'm joking of course.

There are many psychopaths in society

There are many psychopaths in society, that actually, we virtually know nothing about. These are the psychopaths who don’t necessarily commit homicide, commit serious violence, or even come to the attention of the police. They may be successful businessmen. They may be successful politicians. They may be successful academics. They may be successful priests. They exist in all areas of society. There is a growing awareness that psychopathic behavior is around us in all walks of life.

According to popular wisdom, psychopaths are crazed and bloodthirsty serial killers. The reality is not so simple. While many psychopaths do commit violent crimes, not all psychopaths are criminals and not all criminals are psychopathic. Psychopaths are found in many walks of life and are often successful in competitive professions. However they are also ruthless, manipulative and destructive. Equinox reports on techniques developed by psychologists to work out whether a person is psychopathic and shows how brain scientists are coming close to mapping the malfunctions in the brain that cause a person to be a psychopath. In Britain one person in 200 is likely to be a psychopath. However psychopaths are thought to be responsible for half of all reported crimes and to make up between 15% and 20% of the prison population.

The programme looks at the most recent research into the brains and behaviour of psychopaths and assesses the prospects for the treatment or containment of this antisocial group of people who create such a disproportionate amount of destruction. Psychopaths who have been convicted of appalling crimes explain with disturbing clarity what motivated them in their violent and destructive behaviour. They speak without shame, guilt, remorse or empathy with their victims.

Though they are articulate and, at times, plausible and charming, they lack the range of emotions experienced by the rest of society. They know the difference between right and wrong but they do not feel it. Robert Hare, Professor of Psychology at the University of Vancouver, has devised a system of assessment called the Psychopathy Checklist. In specialized interviews, psychologists assess individuals on a scale of 0 to 40 for a series of character traits, including callousness, superficial charm, lack of empathy and many others (for more detail look at How to recognize a psychopath). Anyone whose score is greater than 26 is diagnosed as psychopathic.

Watch the full documentary now


thanks for the link to the doco, Mick. I am hoping to get to it today and equally I'm hoping to have something intelligent to say afterwards smiling

re: doco

Mick, I watched the documentary and there is a lot of good info in it and thanks for posting the link.

But there is an agenda behind it. It comes right at the end where the solution of microchipping the psychopaths in prisons is proposed. Now who would want to do that? And who would then want to extend that to people with other 'disorders'?

It's the same group that are left entirely out of the film; the psychopaths in charge of our governments, institutions and major corporations. The psychopaths that wage wars and kill millions.

There is one segment of a psychopath in a middle management role in business but the inference is that he is an anomaly.

There is another solution to what to do with the violent psychopaths and that is to keep them in prison for the rest of their lives. The prisons could easily be run on much more humane lines. We are not into punishment as punishment is a psychopathic notion and has detrimental effects on those that do the punishing i.e our whole society. We are into keeping the rest of us safe and that is all.

So it is really interesting how tptb are going to try to use the 'psychopathic problem' for their own ends. Because of the notions of 'punishment' and others such as 'righteous violence', an internally competitive society and the adoration of wealth, we have a psychopathic culture and society. Yet this appalling milieu we are raised in is never questioned.

So people who are not psychopaths go along with the program(me) and so make all the horror of war and genocide that McJ has drawn our attention to not only possible but inevitable. The start to turning this around could well be in the very institutions that are primarily responsible for all this; the churches. They are at the root of our culture and our way of thinking. If anyone out there goes to church regularly, familiarise yourself with the god Yahweh. And then ask the questions that need to be asked of your ministers, pastors and priests.

The answers are in the Gospels if they have trouble answering your questions. If they still won't answer who is this God that demanded genocide (Book of Joshua, as just one example), then do what the Elders of the Native Peoples in Canada did and banish them by leaving.

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Thanks Mick

Thanks for the link Mick! Between this post and Penny's
there is getting to be quite of list of links to work through. All good. smiling

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psychopaths in action

I finished the first interview and am on to the second one. Fabulous, easy to listen to style and packed with great and insightful info.

The 2nd rule (or maybe 3rd) he gives for detecting a psychopath is that they accuse you of doing what they are doing. If you want to see this in real time action check out this Forum Post by NJT A hot load of crap for Ron Paul supporters. I couldn't read it all, neither could he.

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Banishing the psychopaths and pedophiles

The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and States (ITCCS) has issued a statement banishing the Christian churches from their native community land.
Posted on September 15, 2011 by itccs

There is a très interesting interview with Kevin Annett author of 'Hidden from History: The Canadian Holocaust' at the link. I wasn't able to embed it here. It starts at around the 7 min mark. The interview touches on many issues beyond the genocide involving indigenous children in residential schools in Canada, including the Vatican's status as a state and corporation, the billions of dollars that are funneled to it, pedophilia networks involving members of the British Government and the Queen, child trafficking, police abuse of sex workers in Vancouver, the Port Coquitlam, BC Pickton Pig Farm murders, the ongoing efforts to stop him from exposing it and more.

A Proclamation to the Churches Responsible for the Torture and Murder of our Children
Posted on September 06, 2011 by itccs

It is Time for You to Leave
Breaking Free
Invoking the Ancient Community Law of Banishment

Issued by the Elders of The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, In Council, on September 6, 2011

The Christian churches responsible for the abduction, detainment, forced labor, rape, indoctrination, torture and murder of generations of our children and their descendents have violated the laws of God and humanity, and damaged our societies, far beyond the power of any apology or reparation to undo.

These churches have betrayed the innocent as well as their public trust, and violated the essential morality upon which any healthy society survives. In so doing, they have mocked and blasphemed their Creator, denied their essential teachings, and condemned themselves in the eyes of God and the laws of man.

These churches have in this manner forfeited their right to continue to function as protected or subsidized legal bodies among us.
They must depart forever from our communities. As of Sunday, September 18, 2011, they are banned from operating in our territories.

In all of our societies, the survival of the community, and the well being of children as the next generation, is paramount. Anyone or anything that threatens children and places itself above the law and the power of families to protect their young becomes a clear and present danger to our survival, and must be disarmed and disestablished for the good of all.

The main perpetrator of a regime of intergenerational terror against children – the Vatican and its Catholic Church Corporation – is incapable of being reformed into a benign institution because its worldview and principles are based on contempt for the inherent goodness of nature and children.

When the church absolves itself and its priests for raping and destroying that goodness, it is expressing that contempt, and commits an unpardonable crime that violates God and humanity, and the Great Law of Peace.

Jesus himself prescribes the punishment for harming children and their sanctity: the death of the offender. But rather than a millstone, we attach a more effective cure around the neck of the offending institutions, by prescribing for them a social death through their banishment from our midst, and their disestablishment as recognized institutions.
As of Sunday, September 18, 2011, we will commence this Abolition movement by declaring every church guilty of these crimes to be permanently banned from our communities.
As of that date, we will conduct a massive and ongoing public boycott campaign of these churches, denying them all financial support, attendance and public services. Their church properties are declared to be communalized and as of September 18, will be open to all people on a secular basis to use for their benefit, especially as shelters for the homeless. Their priests and officials will not be allowed to practice in our midst. And their assets and wealth will be declared to be owned by the community, and shall be distributed according to the needs of our people.

We will conduct this Abolition movement on the highest moral plain of direct, non-violent action, standing on truth and love, and on our inherent sovereign power and rights as free men and women.

We ask that Catholics, Protestants, and all members of these banished church bodies consent to help us in this process of socially disestablishing the corporate institutions that are the cause of these crimes, by leaving these churches voluntarily and joining the rest of our community in reclaiming the teachings of Christ that have been so violated and trampled asunder by the church.

As part of this Reclamation of not only the structure but the soul of Christianity, we urge Christians to dissociate themselves from the long and bloody history of Christendom, by helping us bring to trial and judgment the persons and beliefs responsible for the murder and genocide of entire nations and their children.

Our Abolition movement has already commenced, among traditional elders of indigenous nations in Canada, who have issued Banning and Eviction Proclamations on their territories against the Catholic and Protestant churches responsible for the deaths of their children in their Indian residential schools.

We will extend this movement to embrace all peoples across the world that have been harmed and brutalized by churches functioning beyond all accountability and law.
We invoke the Great Law of Peace and Justice, and the inherent land law jurisdiction of our sovereign nations, as we proclaim this, the permanent expulsion and banishment from all of our communities of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of England (Anglican-Episcopalian), and the United Church of Canada (Methodist-Presbyterian).

We call upon all people to enforce this Expulsion and Banishment through the peaceful and permanent occupation of the properties of these churches.

This Proclamation is passed unanimously by the nine elders of the ITCCS Executive, from the Inuit, Cree, Metis, Mohawk, Anishnabe, Basque and Gaelic nations. It will be publicly read and posted around the world on Sunday, September 18 at 11 am. Please distribute this Proclamation in your own communities.

International Media Advisory
Posted on September 15, 2011 by itccs

London, UK:

The ITCCS joins with many survivors of torture around the world today as we formally inaugurate an international inquiry and trial into crimes against humanity by church and state.

For the next three months, our network in Canada, the United States, Australia, Ireland, England, the Netherlands and Belgium, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, and other nations will be documenting crimes committed against children, indigenous people and other innocents by the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches and their associates in government.

Our work will culminate in a final report and documentary film containing the evidence required to indict these bodies for genocide and crimes against humanity.

The next phase of our work, commencing early in January, 2012, will involve the trial and sentencing of those groups and persons responsible for these crimes.

We welcome the recent efforts to criminally prosecute Pope Joseph Ratzinger for his personal complicity in child abuse and trafficking, and we will join with other groups of survivors in Rome, outside the Vatican, at a mass protest at 12 noon on Monday, October 31, 2011.

We will also be working with politicians in the European Parliament to seek sanctions and indictments against Canada and its churches for genocide, based on new forensic evidence we have recently obtained from three separate mass graves of Indian children who were killed or died in church-run residential schools across Canada.

Our ITCCS forums will be open to the public and the media, who are free and encouraged to share and broadcast our evidence to the world.

Please stay posted to this site for more updates and news of our tribunal. Or contact our secretary, Kevin Annett, at hiddenfromhistory1 at gmail dot com , or through 386-323-5774 in the United States.

1:48:56 - 4 years ago
"...**WINNER: BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY - 2006 LOS ANGELES INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL. **WINNER: BEST DIRECTOR for an INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY - 2006 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. (excerpt) "...This documentary reveals Canada's darkest secret - the deliberate extermination of indigenous (Native American) peoples and the theft of their land under the guise of religion. This never before told history as seen through the eyes of this former minister (Kevin Annett) who blew the whistle on his own church, after he learned of thousands of murders in its Indian Residential Schools..."

The End is Nigh

This is fantastic news, McJ. Thank you very much for posting it.

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Quote from Kevin Annett

Yes, it is! I think it is a very powerful statement and ties in nicely with the question of psychopaths and the horror they unleash on the world when we allow them to have power over us or to be in charge of our vital institutions. Absolutely no contact, non compliance and banishment must be our answers.

I watched Kevin Annett's documentary again last night. It is a very powerful expose. Here are some of his concluding remarks (the documentary is linked above). He is not mentioning psychopathy but he is effectively explaining throughout the movie why/how they operate and the results.

"The native people on the coast even have a name for whites, the a'mumucknee(sp?), the ghost people, the one's without substance. I didn't want to be a'mumucknee(sp?) any longer. They saw what we had lost. Think of what we lost. Think of what happened in Europe over centuries. Same kind of trauma that went on here. The religious wars, the famines, the black death, the persecutions, the torture, the witch hunts, the mass murder of millions of people, throwing my ancestors off their land, all of the shit that happened here, happened there. And so we're all trauma victims, those of us who come over here. We haven't faced...we not only hadn't faced our trauma when we came here but we had lost something. You look at indigenous people and say well, "Why would we despoil our river? Why would we grab more land than we need. Why would there be poor people in our midst and rich people?" That doesn't make any sense. No society can survive living like that and yet it is the virtue in our society to operate like that. So, we're crazy. I mean, we have become completely insane. And it comes out of that terrible alliance that happened when you had this notion that a religion called Christendom was superior to all others and had to conquer the world. Combined with the vested interest of a merchant class that wanted to conquer the world for its own profit, armed with this religion. C.M(??) who was a Hindu writer, he said a beautiful thing, and that's why I think I don't believe in religions. I believe the spirit is shared all over. But he said, "God hides himself in the most broken ones among us". And God hides himself in the most broken parts or ourselves. Hidden in there, a present like a little seed. And I'd say that our worse experiences are a way to reveal that and for us to find a new meaning and strength in our lives. Because when you lose everything, for the right reason, for a just cause and for people who can't fight for stand with them and lose gain everything. You lose the false things in your life that we're so wedded to.

No, we are not all one happy family. This whole world and society, like every society for five thousand years has rest on the suffering and misery and exploitation of some group of people. And you are not going to find God up in a church somewhere. You are going to find God somewhere down in the garbage heap with those people. That, to me is Christ's message.

Christianity was high jacked by wealthy institutions and the rich and it has been their servant for centuries. When it really belongs in the hands of the poor.

"God has brought down the mighty from their thrones and has lifted up the lowly; he has filled the hungry with good things, and sent the rich away empty." It is like what you get on the sermon on the mount, "Blessed are the poor and woe to the rich." He says that, and it's kinda like this big reversal. Suddenly, all the things that the powerful, the government, the corporations, the churches...they all think, everything is on our side, we've got the world wrapped up, we can go carpet bomb Iraq whenever we want, we can destroy anybody we want...suddenly, it's all reversed and those things are their downfall. And the ones who they are bombing, they realize, like Martin Luther King learned and Ghandi learned, those are the ones with power to change history. Not the assholes who think they're in charge. That's a revolutionary message."

Kevin Annett

those are very insightful observations of Kevin Annett's. Our whole culture is wrong and religions that serve the purposes of the 'powerful' are very largely to blame for it.

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BBC Speechless As Trader Tells Truth

BBC Speechless As Trader Tells Truth: "The Collapse Is Coming...And Goldman Rules The World"

"I would say this to everybody who is watching this. This economic crisis is like a cancer. If you just wait, thinking this is going to go away, just like a cancer it is going to grow and it will be too late. What I would say to everybody is, get prepared. This is not a time right now for wishful thinking that governments are going to sort things out. The governments don't rule the world. Goldman Sachs rules the world."

'I'm an attention seeker not a trader'

As revealed in the Telegraph today:

What game is the BBC playing here?

What game is the BBC playing

What game is the BBC playing here?

damage control

Not damage control as it was

Not damage control as it was the BBC that put this joker on. Why on earth did they choose him in the first place? Choosing (and briefing) their guests is not something they take lightly - they've a huge number of tried and tested on-message safe-hands to choose from. I think there's a subtler game afoot, but I've no idea what it is.

Having called him a joker he probably wasn't far from the truth. But the truth from the BBC is like a wish from the devil - there must be a catch.

Damage control

I think it is a mistake to not acknowledge that the corrupt ones mess up from time to time, if not a lot more regularly than that. One price they pay for promoting corruption is wearing the consequent incompetence.

Lots of truthful stories get published but they are not repeated or followed up. They disappear from the news summaries quick smart. So the Telegraph, being the mouthpiece of choice for the spooks and their banker bosses, could be spreading this as a simple piece of damage control.

A more elaborate scheme could be to get out in front of the increasingly obvious and damaging truth that Goldman Sachs does indeed run the show and not the governments and this is a way of discrediting that truth and so limit the traction it will get from more reputable or qualified spokespeople. So it may be seen as a bit of tag team damage control from that angle, too.

A clue to which scenario is the case will be the employment fate of the producer of the interview (whoever he/she may be) and Robert Peston (if it is ever mentioned). From the Telegraph story-

" The soundbites won Mr Rastani instant fame. He became a viral hit and was trending on Twitter. BBC business editor Robert Peston was among the fans. "A must watch if you want to understand the euro crisis and how markets work," he told his army of 82,000 followers on Twitter on Tuesday. "

Ah, Robert Peston - I missed

Ah, Robert Peston - I missed that, makes me even more suspicious. Your 3rd para makes a lot of sense. They could also be playing the occultic game 'revelation of the method' in which case we've been warned!

The Game's Afoot

I don't buy the cockup theory that the BBC simply made a mistake with that joke trader 'Goldman Sachs rules the world' interview (, especially as Peston (the Common-Purpose tool who almost single-handedly caused a run on Nothern-Rock) was involved. Now the Occupy Wall Street movement is getting big media coverage, while Anonymous are making a big noise in the alternave media. There is a strong anti-bank zeitgeist just now, but is it real or engineered? Was the Arab-Spring real or engineered (engineered of course)? Is this anti all banks or just Wall St/Goldman Sachs?

Occupy Wall Street in the MSM:
We are the 99 per cent -
Wall Street protest movement spreads to cities across US, Canada and Europe -
and lots more I won't bore you with.

Anonymous Occupy Wall Street Call to Action -
Anonymous-The-Bankers-Are-The-Problem -
and lots more I won't bore you with.

Things are not as they seem-
Occupy Wall Street: A Globalist Op?; How can a Movement funded by Globalists end the Globalist Scheme to Enslave the World? -
Occupy Wall Street Protesters suckered into a trap -
Possibly to add to their credibility they even have a debunker - Occupy WallStreet EXPOSED, Although I think this debunking has some merit I believe it is a strawman as his other work on is so ludicrous.

So Occupy Wall Street are useful idiots being played by (a faction of) the Globalists but what about Anonymous, they are the good guys, incorruptable, aren't they?

The Anonymous vids above are posted by TheAnonPress, website If we go to the news we get a link to related sites including 'What Is The Plan' (“The Plan” 1 year. 3 phases. A world of change.). I had previously found a link to 'What Is The Plan' from another direction -

‘The Movement’ is (promoting) Anonymous- (The Movement) (The Movement, youtube) (Freedominfo youtube) (“The Plan” 1 year. 3 phases. A world of change.) (nice domain name)

I think 'The Movement' is a now moribund prototype of Anonymous.

‘The Meritocracy Party’ is related to the above and seems to have been an attempt at creating a political movement with a hidden agenda apart from the nebulous notion of a Meritocracy. Note question regarding Menwith Hill on the forum. (The Meritocracy Party) (Menwith Hill???)
RAF Menwith Hill is a Royal Air Force station near Harrogate, North Yorkshire which provides communications and intelligence support services to the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Behind these is this strange outfit, the spiritual wing of the above, purporting to be ‘The Illuminati’ who claim to be the good guys unlike the nasty Freemasons. Oh and it’s silly not to believe the official 9-11 story. They are clearly of truth and light (sarc). (Illumination: the Secret Religion – How to Become God)

On RedIce Radio is this interesting link: Analysis of Esoteric Iconography used by ‘Anonymous’ -

In the video: Anonymous-The-Bankers-Are-The-Problem - we find the creepy voice of Heretic Productions' Patrick Willis aka Snordelhans. 'Heretic Productions' is an interesting name, and the logo is even more interesting - a clenched fist inside a six-pointed star inside a stylised Ouroboros, nothing occult there then. Heretic also often make videos for the serpentine 'Veterens Today', and curiously of late also for Les Visible.

So what's this game all about-
fomenting revolutions against all or just some of the bankers?
City of London versus Wall Street?
Left (Soros) versus Right (capitalist bankers)?
or just a dialectical cluster-fuck to cause chaos (Ordo ad Chao)?

Interesting times.

thanks Freethinker

there's a lot of links, questions and thoughts here! Thanks for putting all this together.

There certainly is a lot of protesting going on and getting media coverage (eventually, in the case of Occupy Wall St).
The best place to hide a diamond is in a bowl of broken glass. Perhaps that is what is going on.

Well, there goes my reading time today smiling

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occupation occupied?

Hi freethinker,

welcome on board as a full member finally smiling

and thanks for all the links and comments, I appreciate the alternate viewpoints and your perspective.
bEing the nitpicker that i am, i have to disagree with some of the characterizations of the so-called 'Occupy Wall Street Movement'.

For example in the article "Occupy Wall Street Protesters suckered into a trap" they discuss individuals "calling for higher taxes on the middle class" or who express a desire to see Obama win, or "government to use force to impose their ideas". Of course there are going to be rogue individuals of dubious motivations, as well as various nuts and hangers ons at whom fingers can be pointed and of whom examples can be made. But if you look at the statement that came out of the consensus which I posted on the front page this morning, there's nothing about "governments using force" or "taxes being raised on the middle class".

Anyway as a measure of disclosure, I have a few friends who are either there now in person or are interested in going and have "been waiting for something like this".

I like the consensus but who knows what will come of it. Congress needs to be run out, investigated, prosecuted. Same for corporations who have plundered us and our planet sick. Can these guys make it happen? I don't see anyone else with a chance in sight.

Edit, new link Bloomberg, 4th Richest Person in US Due to Wall Street, Is About to Snap the Mouse Trap Shut on Those Who Threaten His Fortune

Thanks for the welcome NJT

Thanks for the welcome NJT and feel free to nitpick. Constructive criticism and argument is good; my thoughts on this (and most things) are unresolved.

I'm sure the OWS protesters have the best of intentions, as did the Arab-Spring protesters - and I'm not saying they are wrong to protest, nor am I for the banks (hell no) but this is clearly not an organic grass-roots movement, it is a Soros/Adbusters creation. And if that weren't bad enough it is also tied to the creepy Anonymous. If you follow my links you'll see that I believe that Anonymous are backed by very dark forces indeed. (cf. Anarchist Movement and various Young Movements)

In my long comment I perhaps wasn't very clear that I see that BBC rogue trader interview as part of a broad spectrum programme by TPTB to direct anger towards (Wall St) bankers. Why? I think this article sheds some light: Occupy Wall Street Turns Into 1930s Populism -

“The Plan” 1 year. 3 phases. A world of change.

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Hi Freethinker

Hi Freethinker and welcome. smiling

Thanks for all the links. I haven't made my way through all of them yet. I had seen the video put out my Anonymous and you are right, it is creepy and seemed directed at inciting violence towards the bankers. I have been following some of the live stream and my take is the protesters are sincere. If you follow the chat set up with the live stream they are actively censoring/banning any talk about specific politicians, political parties, religion, violence against any group including the police etc. From what I can glean many of them are aware of the inherent dangers that face them, whether they will be able to stop it is another question.

And I agree there are disturbing signs about the origins of OWS. Here's another article on this (I don't think you linked to this one):
'Occupy Wall Street: A Globalist Op?'

On the other hand, there are some encouraging signs such as this (as well as the positive reaction it received from OWS supporters):
'An open letter and warning from a former tea party movement adherent to the Occupy Wall Street movement.'

And you gotta love this guys passion:

"my thoughts on this (and most things) are unresolved."

Mine as well. smiling I have been thinking about this a lot. On the one hand, many of us have been writing/speaking/educating people to the dangers we are facing from the banksters and their minions, asking/begging them to wake up and do something. Now they are beginning to awaken. How do we support them knowing the land mines that will inevitably be put in their way? Pouring water on their fire would seem to be counterproductive at this point. I don't have answers, just musing.

Thanks McJ

Clearly you can't tell people not to protest just because the movement might be hijacked (or a deception from the start) - that will achieve nothing. I see elsewhere than John Friend has had a rough reception to his 9-11 truth preaching at Occupy San Diego. This interview is very revealing - . Its interesting to compare the policing at Wall St. compared with that of any G20. The G20 goons weren't going to tolerate protests going on for 3 weeks, to be sure!

There seems to be more than 1 'Anonymous'. There is the one I linked to above that uses lots of occult symbology and signs off with Vox Populi, Vox Anon; then there is the apparently less educated one that issued this statement denouncing the threatened attack on NYSE, who doesn't sign-off with pretentious Latin phrases and who confuses depreciated with deprecated.

deprecating the word depreciated

haha, that one always gets my attention too - I think people really don't know there is a word "depracated" or else they are so used to typing depreciated (?) that they don't even notice they made a mistake.
funny, my browser also thinks deprecated is not a word.

I'd imagine there are a lot more than 2 'Anonymous's, as it's decentralized organization... there could be a million of them, and any one could decide to become 'Anonymous' at any time, hence in my mind they interchangeable with 'anonymous' (little A).

And yes it's a bit nauseating for me to see move on dot org jumping on the occupy bandwagon, but of course I should not be surprised.

thanks for putting this together james

And for the link to the blog. I did listen to the creative intentions.
As of yet, have not found the time for the Fintan Dunne Interview.
But I will.
I broke down and ordered the book, it piqued my interest way too much, but, sadly it will sit on the backburner while other things occupy my time.

(Fortunately the backburner will have no fire going, i would be upset to burn a book. Sacrilegious in my world, I can't even put a mark in a book)

The e-readers are good because you can highlight and save without making a mark.

Anyway...... good job james. Part 2 was excellent, had the hubby listen to that too.

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