Sunday, July 19, 2015

Western US Organizes to watch Jade Helm Exercises

Most of you have probably heard one thing or another about the Jade Helm 15 military exercises going on across the western US, but if not I will fill you in. Essentially the exercises are taking place from California to Texas on non-Government land and involve roughly 2000 special forces troops. The exercises are meant to practice counter insugency, and similate different invironments, but have troubled some people. The most troubling things are the maps that have been released showing both Texas and Utah as "hostile territory" and the fact that these drills are not on military bases but out in public. Some people have been scared.

The news of the drills have led the Governor of Texas to mobilize the Texas State Militia to moniter the exercises, and report back to the state government, as well as citizen groups to form to report all the activities, such as the group "Operation Counter Jade Helm." With the recent terror attack in Tennessee, some are claiming that the government is trying to hide the news of the exercises from the public, but those watching seem to stand strong in their effort.

Of course numerous conspiracy theorys have come from the drills such as "Jade" being a codeword for a chinese takeover, or 15 being a backwards reference to Area 51, but it is troubling none the less. Feel free to read more and form your own opinion at:

Update: When I last checked, the groups facebook event had been taken down, but the article contains a link to:

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

The Work of Evil Leaders: From Dictator Books, to those of Terrorists

Just a couple years ago, my aunt brought me the book "History Will Absolve Me" from her most recent trip to Cuba. Needless to say this sucked me into a genre- a genre that doesn't really exist out loud, but certainly has its influence. I'm talking of course about dictator literature. When you fist read about dictator literature there are four books that instantly come to mind. First is Hitler's "Mein Kompf"- the book that set the fatherland ideology that fueled the rise of Nazi Germany. Second is Chairman Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book"- which set in motion his version of Chinese communism as well as the precedent of dictator books. Then of course Saparmyrat Turkmenbasy's "Ruhnama"- the book that led everyday life in Turkmenistan, including universities and the drivers tests. Finally is Muammar Gaddafi's "Little Green Book"- the book that led Libya as an obvious play on Mao's title.

These are the books that everyone speaks of though. The thing that bothers me though, is these leaders are not the only dictators that wrote books- just the ones with countries and territory. In my further research, I have found solace in finding authoritarian writing in terrorists as well, which could be considered just as crazy of militant leaders. Though Osama bin Laden lacked the determination to write an entire book, his right hand man Ayman al-Zawahiri wrote a book called "Knights Under the Prophet's Banner" and the leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Anwar al-Awlaki wrote "Allah is Preparing Us for Victory." Both of which are relatively short, but should be considered the writing of insane authoritarians none the less. So if your craving reading the world's most hated people's written words- dig right in!

Edit: Recently translated to English is scarcely talked about book, "Masoneria" written by Francisco Franco, the dictator of Spain. Written under the name "Jakim Boor" Franco wrote the book as a series of articles for the Spanish magazine Arriba and details his suspicion of freemasonry. He later became convinced that every copy of the book was bought up by the freemasons to prevent it from getting out.

Monday, January 12, 2015

The Force That Acted: Bringing Physics and Mathematics to Monotheism

Newly released on Amazon in print and ebook, the book "The Force That Acted" is an attempt to bring science into the world of monotheism in a unprecedented act of solidarity between science and religion. The first part of the book explains the mathematical evidence for the existence of a God-like power, using Newton's laws in accordance with the Big Bang asking the question "if an infinite ball of mass with infinite gravity suddenly explodes, what outside force that can forgo that mass and gravity can set that object at rest into motion?" The book also goes into the properties of zero and infinity as well as Gödel's Ontological Argument to tie mathematics into a well rounded proof of a superior being. The second part of the book goes into a more Abrahamic view of monotheism, explaining the role of Jesus of Nazareth in Buddhism and Islam as well as the historical and psychological aspects of these schools of thought. For more information, check out the links below:

Also check out:
Ruhnama by Turkmenbasy
Or the Ebook