Monday, March 19, 2012


It came to my attention a few weeks ago that there was an unusual amount of skulduggery going on in the political arena. The person who mentioned this incident to me apparently was informed by one of the delegates who alleged that there is an out-right war going on at these caucuses and conventions.
Now, that of course, does not seem too surprising, but what does is that there seems to be a changing of the guard happening. In Minnesota, where there was a pro-Paul majority of delegates, some surprising -and deviously twisted- occurrences apparently took place.
While at the conference, delegates for Paul were asked to step outside, only to find themselves locked out- and replaced- by delegates brought in who happened to be pro-Santorum. Locked out? Replaced?
The news made no mention of this, with the exception of a short blurp that Minnesota had voted Santorum...
If you think there is no manipulation of news because you watch FOX, think again.
Here's a few items that will make you re-examine your position...


Apparently, there are many States that had an actual majority of delegates for Paul, yet we constantly find that the media down plays Paul, and refuses to even mention him most of the time. In my travels, people are always astounded by the 'end-result' of these caucuses and conferences, because they seemed fairly sure Paul would be top dog.
Perhaps Paul IS the actual people's choice, yet we are 'forced' to concede to another candidate because we are MADE to BELIEVE- by the MEDIA- that Paul "doesn't stand a chance"...
It seems that if this keeps up, people will become outraged at this manipulation of events and news- regardless of one's choice of candidate.

It makes one question how many other States this same scenario has been played in, with a switching of delegates by the power controllers took place? Also, it makes one question how many delegates for Paul were replaced elsewhere, and if Paul actually holds the lead- and more importantly, why there seems to be such a fright of him being the people's choice and winning?

I guess we can expect more nefarious activity at the final polls and the counting of the votes...
OR MAYBE the voters will wake up to these despicable games, and demand removal of all the ones participating in the manipulation game- which, ultimately would leave the candidate who they deem is best FOR the people as our Leader.

Now, that would be a most interesting turn of events... If that candidate turned out to be Paul, he would have to be living in a well hidden and concealed tank or some least until removal of the power controllers and their cronies was accomplished...otherwise, he'd share the same fate as Lincoln and Kennedy...

Maybe 'control' is like an incurable disease...those doing the manipulating, in an effort to control, remind me of a self-annihilating parasite- the more control one gets, the more one wants, until the host is entirely killed off....

Those attempting to bring everything within their grasp are under the illusion that only 500,000 or 600,000 'servants' are needed to meet their needs. Apparently, being addicted to power has not entered the picture; those desiring this scope of control will not be able to stop, and thus will ultimately annihilate themselves after destroying everything and everyone else.

Let us hope that people realize the danger of not ridding themselves of the power mongers....

On a more spiritual note, it has been said that 2012 will bring the uncovering and exposing of long hidden truths. Perhaps, 2012 will actually bring about truth being exposed, and people will make the needed changes that suit having a decent future in a much more aware and conducive fashion than ever before.
Think how refreshing that would be!

Thursday, March 1, 2012


For those who are offended by all the data collecting now taking effect with the "#1" search engine (and all their partners, there is an alternative.

Punch in

It is a really good search engine that does not collect your data, and even states it is the world's most private search engine.
Works a hair slower, so as to protect its users, and is very good. You can easily download it to Firefox right from the page, or set it as your home page.

There is also a sister site: Either one are a much more preferable option.

To get them to set as your standard search engine:
punch in about:config in the address bar
scroll down until you get to user set string Google
click on Google and type in Ixquick HTTPS
close the page

Now, Ixquick will be your new search engine, and you can go up to the search engine space up in your toolbar, go to manage search engines, and move Ixquick to the top.
Next time you open a page, it will be there as your search engine.
Simple, and private :)

You can add startpage to the search engine choices by that site, as well. You do NOT have to go back thru the about:config process. You can just add it as an extra choice via the toolbar by directly downloading from site if you want more than one safe search engine.