Ex CIA agent explains how to delete the elite!
Ex CIA agent explains how to delete the elite!
Ex CIA agent explains how to delete the elite!
One of the most powerful tools in the arsenal of the grass roots food freedom fight is social media. Google, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and many more networks allow people to instantly connect and provide a platform for information to be passed on exponentially. Facebook and Google are the two biggest websites in the entire world, and their reach is nearly unlimited.
Last week, the Monsanto Company made it very clear that they were under the gun via social media, and they went on the defense, weakly claiming that those who object with their toxic seeds and deadly farming methods were “elitist,” thereby attempting to undermine us as snobbish people who don’t see the big picture and who don’t care about world hunger.
This week, they’ve upped their game. Mysterious things have been occurring on the social networks: posts have disappeared, some posts are hidden from the timelines of readers, and trolls abound on pages promoting this weekend’s March Against Monsanto, happening worldwide on May 25.
Like any cornered rat, the leviathan seed company can see the very large threat coming their way, and it appears that they are pulling out all the stops to fight as dirty as they can. But the movement against the company is so powerful, that despite paid-off politicians and billions of dollars in the war chest, Monsanto knows that they’ve been outmatched. What we’re seeing now are the last, desperate attempts to keep the general public from learning about the man-made global disaster that was created by Monsanto.
On my own page, I found an interesting anomaly. I posted this yesterday:
My children’s first protest march!!! Any ideas for our signs? Everything you need to know and more about the March Against Monsanto. Don’t forget to subscribe to our email updates while you’re there: http://bit.ly/106qja“
The thing that was very strange about this is that, at the bottom, you can see, it only got 67 views nearly 14 hours after I posted it. The posts that I shared above and below it all had hundreds of views. I asked some friends to check their timelines, and this particular post did not show up. They had to actually go to the page and look for it to find it tucked in near the bottom.
If I hadn’t heard from Tami Canal, the driving force behind the March Against Monsanto’s Facebook page, I would have thought it was merely a fluke. But mysterious things have been happening there as well.
“Events are disappearing, posts are being put on city event pages that say events are cancelled. In no way, shape or form, has ANY event been cancelled. I believe Monsanto is behind this. Some of the people on the page that are commenting have newly made profiles and seemingly these profiles were made strictly to cause problems and get a rise out of our participants on the page.”
Monsanto has openly carried on an internet war with anti-GMO activists for years. Back in 2002, Jay Byrne, the former director of Monsanto’s Internet outreach, had some advice for colleagues:
“…’think of the Internet as a weapon on the table. Either you pick it up or your competitor does, but somebody is going to get killed.’
While he was working for Monsanto, Byrne told the internet newsletter Wow that he “spends his time and effort participating” in web discussions about biotech. He singled out the site AgBioWorld, where he “ensures his company gets proper play”. AgBioWorld is the site on which “Andura Smetacek” launched her campaign.
The biotech companies know that they will never conquer new markets while activists are able to expose the way their operations damage food security and consumer choice. ” (source)
The Monsanto Company’s current overt tactics are to try and polish their very tarnished image by portraying themselves as do-gooders set on feeding the world, while painting anti-GMO protesters as uncaring, selfish individuals that haven’t given hungry Third World residents a passing thought. Less overt are these guerrilla internet shills, causing divisiveness in the movement by starting arguments on forums and in comment threads on social media, and outright passing on misinformation.
Unfortunately, Facebook seems to have the back of the trolls. Occupy Monsanto‘s page was actually banned for three days when the owner publicly outed an abusive PM from a troll. The person who wrote the letter faced no repercussions from Facebook. Other anti-GMO activists have announced that their posts have been hidden or otherwise censored, just like mine was.
Despite the rumors started that events for this Saturday’s March Against Monsanto have been cancelled, or that times have been changed, this is absolutely untrue. Canal reiterated, “In no way, shape or form, has ANY event been cancelled.” If you are planning to go to an event, rest assured, the events will go on as planned, despite the sneaky tactics of a desperate company.
Keep calm and don’t allow yourself to be provoked on Saturday. Anti-GMO activists are on the side of “good” in this battle, so it’s important to keep to the high road. Expect the presence of agent provocateurs, lots of law enforcement, and devious tactics to try to discredit the movement. The keys to successful resistance are unity, information, and public perception.
According to an article on Natural Society, Monsanto has allied with the notorious mercenary security group, Blackwater (now known as Academi) in the fight against anti-GMO protesters:
==Monsanto and Blackwater are indeed working together to target anti-Monsanto activists and organizations. Known as far back as 2010, it was unveiled that Blackwater’s client list included Monsanto, Chevron, Walt Disney and many more. According to documents obtained by Scahill, it was also revealed that Monsanto was willing to pay upwards of $500,000 in order for Blackwater to join anti-Monsanto activist groups and infiltrate the ranks. Furthermore, a number of internet-based tactics could be utilized as incognito PR for Monsanto, who undoubtedly knew opposition would mount against their GMO crops as more individuals became aware of the dangers.
Don’t expect Monsanto to play fair. Tami Canal doesn’t.
“I’m not really surprised by Monsanto and their tactics….their bottom line is at stake and as they have demonstrated time and again, profit is their main objective at any expense, whether it be humanity or the environment. I encourage our participants to remain peaceful on Saturday. Do not let the paid shills entice you to violence. March Against Monsanto is a peaceful campaign and our voices will resonate much more loudly if we remain calm.”
Saturday promises to be one of the biggest worldwide protests that has ever taken place, with over two million people signed up to attend marches all over the globe. My children and I will absolutely be taking part in the historic event. Make a sign and join in – there is sure to be a March near you!
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by Kristina Aston | on May 21, 2013
How happy am I to share Buycott, a new App and a new way to boycott Monsanto and all other biotech companies pushing GMO seeds, crops and food. This article popped up and boy did it get my attention. I have vast knowledge of companies that use GMO in their food and I make it a priority to know what I am eating. Read a previous blog post of mine about the Monsanto Protection Act here.
My friends are always asking me what to buy to avoid GMOs, how do I convey to them what they need to know when they are in the Grocery store? When I had a roommate, we grocery shopped together and I taught her as we went along. Now when you go to her home and look in her refrigerator and her pantry, her foundation is clean, organic and GMO free. I could not possibly do what I did with her with everyone. It’s years of researching and studying on a regular basis. I am hoping this new Buycott App will help.
Not only can you Boycott Monsanto with Buycott there is a whole list of other categories such as Animal Welfare, Civil Rights, Environment, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, Social Responsibility and many more. It lets you know of different campaigns going on that will let you decide where you want your dollars going, so you DON’T support companies or products that have practices that harm people, animals or the planet. In our case we will be using Buycott to NOT support GMO companies. Scan the bar code on the item you want to buy and it will tell you if it’s connected to a company in support of Monsanto or the like. OK, so this is a huge step in the right direction. Check out Buycott here.
I scanned two organic products and I got the answer no campaign conflicts as expected. Great, so I take a can of Crisco which I shouldn’t have in the house but I do. I scanned it and I got no campaign conflicts. Here is the problem, the first ingredient is Soy and 95 % of Soy grown in the US and Canada is GMO. Now, I am scratching my head. I go into campaigns and I join two different ones. Demand Mandatory Labeling and Say NO to GMO Monsanto Products Boycott. I then return to the can of Crisco, re-scan and I get the message you are avoiding this brand. So you must join the campaigns, a little confusing I must say. It also doesn’t say whether or not the product has GMO in it or not. Guess we need the mandatory label law to get that. The App was just launched so I am sure it will improve. As I use the Buycott App more, I will do a follow up blog on it.
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By Senator Jeff Merkley (Contact)
To be delivered to: The United States Senate
I support the repeal of this outrageous special interest provision – and demand a public vote in the U.S. Senate.
It’s one of the most outrageous special interest provisions in years.
Written anonymously, the Monsanto Protection Act allows corporations to sell genetically-modified seeds even when federal courts have blocked them from doing so.
Think about that: We have a process for making sure that genetically-modified seeds aren’t sold, planted and grown until we know that they don’t pose a threat to other crops or to humans.
The Monsanto Protection Act overrides that process. It lets Monsanto and others ignore a court order designed to protect other farmers, the environment, and human health.
That’s just wrong.
And even worse, the Monsanto Protection Act was passed in secret, stuffed quietly into the budget bill that averted a government shutdown.
That’s why I’ve proposed an amendment to the Farm Bill that would repeal the Monsanto Protection Act. Please join me – and demand a vote in the U.S. Senate that would end this outrageous special interest override of judicial decisions.
Senator Jeff Merkley
NEW goal – We need 40,000 signatures
May 2013. Disturbing evidence has emerged from the Mediterranean coast of Egypt: Bavarian Broadcasting have documented a total of 700 kilometres of nets set to catch birds. The birds are then offered as a delicacy in markets and restaurants across Egypt.
The nets are very difficult to avoid for many migratory birds as they form a barrier across their flight path either across the Mediterranean or the Sahara when they are looking for a place to rest. The exact number of birds caught in this way can only be estimated, but experts believe that tens of millions are killed each year.
That songbirds are on the menu (and targeted by many hunters) in many countries of southern Europe and North Africa is nothing new. The existence of fishing nets on the coast of Egypt has long been known, but what is new is the scale of netting, which now extends from Libya across almost the entire coastline of the Egypt to the Sinai – interrupted only in a few places by military installations or major cities.
Catching birds in Egypt threatens European populations
This form of bird trapping is mostly illegal in Egypt; there are statutory requirements for minimum distances between the nets and maximum stipulated heights but these are largely ignored. Egypt has also signed international agreements on the protection of birds, but the resulting rules are not enforced at all.
Lars Lachmann, bird expert of NABU (Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union, one of the oldest and largest environment associations in Germany.) states that the implications of bird trapping in Egypt to the European breeding population are not good: “The majority of our species are suffering from habitat loss and climate change; species such as willow warbler, nightingale, wheatear and nightjar will be adversely affected by the massive catch in Egypt.”
Help the fight against this trapping
Any donations will go to NABU’s partner organization “Nature Conservation Egypt” to enable it to campaign locally, through regular monitoring of the extent of bird trapping and also to develop specific projects to prevent bird trapping.
But because our laws were not written to benefit people, but to rather uphold the rights of the corporations, the average person does not know what to say or what their rights are to prevent their property from being taken against their will.
The business of a Sheriff is not an ordinary private business or private enterprise. While they do operate as a business, they are heavily regulated and tightly governed by statute law – this works in favor of the people if they know what to say.
This document outlines what has come to our attention as the legal and lawful rights of all people, and what seems to be legal loophole in the system for our benefit – to pay the sheriff with a lawful PROMISSORY Note, drawn up by you and endorsed by you – when he/she arrives on your doorstep unexpectedly.
Such situations are highly stressful and people panic and go into shock and forget their own rights or how to respond. So please pay careful attention and memorize this information – it has to come naturally to you so that you do not panic and stumble on your words when facing a sheriff.
There is nothing to be afraid of – just having the courage to know your rights and how to stand your ground. Knowledge is power – use it for your own benefit.
If this does not make sense to you, then you need to understand two things:
1. You need to understand how the money and banking system works outside the scope of this document; and
2. A Promissory Note is defined as “incorporeal property” and lawful means of payment in most countries of the world; and
3. Accept that to a certain degree at least, this is a legal loophole that we can use to the benefit of the people against the draconian and unlawful activities of the banks and government.
In South Africa, the settlement of a debt using ‘incorporeal property’ is, prescribed among other places, in the High Court Rules of South Africa as follows: (Click here to see use of promissory notes in the United States and Internationally)
Rule 45 (8) If incorporeal property, whether movable or immovable, is available forattachment, it may be attached without the necessity of a prior application to courtin the manner hereinafter provided:
(a) Where the property or right to be attached is a lease or a bill of exchange, promissory note, bond or other security for the payment of money, the attachment shall be complete only when-
(i) notice has been given by the sheriff to the lessor and lessee,mortgagor and mortgagee or person liable on the bill of exchange or promissory note or security as the case may be, and
(ii) the sheriff shall have taken possession of the writing (if any) evidencing the lease, or of the bill of exchange or promissory note, bond or other security as the case may be, and
We have it on record from a hearing in the South Gauteng High Court, in the matter between STD Bank vs Tellinger, that the banks accept payment in Bills of Exchange AND Promissory Notes. The attached promissory note is compiled from its relevant definitions in the South African Bills of Exchange Act – see attachment.
NOTICE: This form of payment should only be used for banks – not to pay other people or small companies. They do not know what to do with such a form of payment – banks do. It is therefore our opinion that you can use a Promissory Note, drawn up by you, to pay the Sheriff because it is a payment is to the Bank. You should not use this method for the settlement of non-bank debts.
The Sheriff has his instructions and must follow strict legal guidelines. He is not a legal expert especially on the issue of promissory notes and Bills of Exchange – therefore it is not his place to enter into an argument with you about the merits of the form of payment. You have to stand your ground on this point. If the Sheriff does not accept your payment, then he must complete a Return of Service sheet to return to the bank’s attorneys and furnish you with you a copy.
Here is the sequence of events that the Ubuntu Party recommends. You have been conditioned to be terrified of a Sheriff or other persons of authority. Please study this and try to feel comfortable with all this information so that it is easy to remember what to do. Do not panic – do not be afraid.
Have the following handy:
· A piece of paper and a pen,
· A small black book that you can purchase from any stationary store,
· Print out the attached promissory note with your details and serial number on it – have a few ready in your home in a place that you can find easily .
· If you are able (not critical) record or film the entire conversation with a camera, cell phone or recording device.
Sequence of events:
1) The Sheriff arrives and will most likely introduce himself as being “from the Sheriff’s office.” This is not good enough.
2) Ask him/her for ID – do not let them onto the property without ID that states he/she is a Sheriff of the Court. Best is to stop them at the gate or door. Copy all relevant details down onto the piece of paper. Don’t rush. Take your time and be thorough.
3) Demand a copy of the “writ of attachment” or “execution” or “valuation” – take a good look at it and make sure it is what he says it is. Again, take your time. Look for anything out of the ordinary (incorrect dates, pages not signed, etc.)
4) Look for the total amount written on his documents – but don’t comment or mention anything at this stage.
5) Say the following: I am willing and able to dispense with payment immediately, please wait here while I get it.
6) Fetch your blank Promissory Note (attached) and “black book” to write the details of the NOTE in.
7) Ask the Sheriff for the “all total”. Say to him: “What is the ‘all total – or full and final settlement to dispose of this matter?”
8) The “all total” is the full amount including costs; interest; fees; sheriff’s costs; attorney costs, and any other fees that may have been approved by the tax master.
9) The sheriff will most likely make a call to the lawyers for the “all total.”
10) Get the total amount from the Sheriff and fill in the Promissory Note.
11) If sheriff asks what you are doing, say, “I am tendering payment, please be patient.”
12) If he continues to ask what you are tendering, say: “I am settling this with a Promissory Note – it’s something like a check, but a Promissory Note is guaranteed because it is a liquid negotiable instrument. Kindly check High Court Rule 48 (8) (a) under ‘incorporeal property’ for confirmation.
13) Do not be scared to sound like a robot or if you sound funny reading it out loud. The performance of a Sheriff is robotic in itself, so do not worry about how you sound.
14) In your “black book,” fill in the details of your Promissory Note, the same way that you would fill in a check stub for your records. Date – Amount – To whom – Serial number of your promissory note.
15) Then you sign below the information and hand the book to the sheriff to sign – do this rapidly, saying, “Please just sign here,” and hand him the pen. Urge him to sign.
16) Hand him the Promissory Note only after he has signed the black book.
17) If he signs the book, the matter is closed and he has accepted your payment. He now has to file a Return of Service stating that he received payment of ……….. Rand/Dollars/etc – and he has to leave your premises.
18) Demand a copy of the Sheriff’s Return of Service document, that clearly shows that a payment of …xxx…rand/dollars was received from you.
19) The bank has three days to challenge or refuse your payment by means of a special petition. If they do not petition within 3 days the matter is settled. The Sheriff cannot come back with the same summons.
20) The bank will have to start a whole new legal action against you with a new summons.
21) If he refuses to sign and obstructs the process, repeat to him that you are attempting to settle the full amount or the “all total” and that he is obstructing you to do so. Say, “I hereby state for the record that I am attempting to settle the all total with a lawful payment via my Promissory Note and you are obstructing me and preventing me from doing so.”
22) Continue: “The payment is made in terms of the Bills of Exchange Act 34 of 1964 as amended by Act 56 of 2000; and it is also a settlement in full as specified in terms of High Court Rule 45(8)(a).”
23) If sheriff continues to be difficult not understanding what you are doing and wanting to proceed with his normal routine of attachment, tell him the following.
24) “I have tendered your full payment of ..xxx… rand/dollars and you have refused acceptance without qualification. I demand that you endorse on your Return of Service that you have refused to accept a lawful payment in the amount of ..xxx.. Rand/dollars, and rejected without qualification my payment.
25) The sheriff is not entitled to refuse a payment because he is an agent – make him aware of it. In other words, explain to him that he is an agent operating as an intermediary and he is bound by the rules of the Court and the rules pertaining to Sheriffs.
26) He must, as an agent, receive a lawful form of payment. Further explain him that he is not acting according to his mandate.
27) Demand a copy of the Sheriff’s Return of Service.
28) The Sheriff may NOT proceed with any attachments on your property OR even writing up any items, because:
a) You have tendered lawful payment -AND –
b) He has issued you with a Return of Service – OR –
c) He has refused payment and needs to file a Return of Service to the bank that states what transpired.
29) If the Sheriff insists on entering and attaching your property, ask him to leave or you will call the police.
30) NOTE: Sheriffs have been widely known to call “their own police” who are usually police acting outside their mandate, paid for by the Sheriff. Should this occur, you must call the police yourself. It is also highly recommended that you have friends on speed dial who can show up to support you and act as witnesses. You must get names and ID numbers of all police who you encounter.
31) Remember that this is a CIVIL matter between the Bank and you – it is NOT a CRIMINAL matter – so the police may not assist the Sheriff in entering your home.
32) The Police are there to maintain the PEACE – so if the Sheriff wants to enter your property by force, the police should protect you.
33) The Sheriff needs to present different documents that rely on proof of a criminal offense to get assistance from the police. Stand your ground on this issue.
34) Inform him that he has exceeded his mandate and he is now trespassing.
35) Ask the police to arrest the Sheriff for unlawful entry and trespassing, after you have warned him, and ask them to charge him with intent to remove your property without cause.
36) An additional charge may be: an attempt to extort money from you without legal invoice. This is the “all total” that the sheriff gave you earlier, without an official invoice. Nobody can demand payment without an invoice.
37) There may also be a possible case of fraud against the Sheriff and the lawyers and the bank, who gave him the “all total.” Because the total will most likely not be accurate – the common practice by the lawyers is to inflate these amounts without adding it up accurately. Put simply, if they feel you are ready to pay, the lawyers may inflate the amount, in belief that you are willing to settle. This is another reason why you should record the conversation.
38) The Sheriff may be guilty of refusing lawful payment; extorting money without an invoice and inflating the amount payable.
See generic Promissory Note below. Please adapt it with your details – create your own sequence of serial numbers for each consecutive note; print out a few blank notes; and keep them in a safe place with easy access. This Promissory Note is suitable for South Africa and other countries where the existing money no longer states “I promise to pay the bearer.”
We suggest that in the UK and other countries, where it still states as such, the promissory note may not need the Terms & Conditions of payment, but be a pure “promissory note”. The state will claim that their notes are underwritten by the treasury and therefore have value – which is not really true. Because the state depends on the goodwill of the people to have “trust” in the state currency, which is an empty promise to pay, since the currency is not supported by any precious metals.
The people, on the other hand, may claim that their Promissory Notes are underwritten by the One People’s Public Trust 1776, of which every living breathing human being is automatically a beneficiary and therefore can use the TRUST to underwrite their own promissory notes. The OPPT was established on 10 September 2012, by its own Declaration and Order, lodged with UCC office in Washington, DC, under filing number 2012096074 and is a bona fide TRUST of the people of the planet.
Without Prejudice – Non Assumpsit – All Rights Reserved
Published on May 17, 2013
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510,308 have signed. Let’s get to 1,000,000
Right now in one of Indonesia’s most pristine and untouched forests, a local Governor wants to let mining and palm oil companies move in to decimate areas the size of a million football fields! And the national Forestry Ministry looks like it might let him unless the President steps in to reject this orangutan-killing plan.
We know the President wants to be seen as a keen conservationist, but we need to tell him his green reputation and possible future UN aspirations are on the line to ensure he does the right thing. We need to act fast — sign the urgent petition and tell everyone about this mortal threat to our majestic forest. If a million people sign in the next 3 days, I’ll ensure the President hears us!
– Rudi Putra, Indonesia. 2013 winner of Future for Nature award.