Doug Miller @nyuszika45 ?

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"I just received this interesting mail from a correspondent: “The primary-school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, approximately 45 miles from the Colt Arms Factory, is just another one in the long line of government psyops designed to persuade the public to [...]" · View
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    I don’t believe that mail mentioned that position, but I could have glossed over it. Creating an inference of that may or may not be apposite to the intent, as the specifics of this incident are becoming more shrouded with time rather than more open, much the way the Colorado shooting became. For further information on that incident, you might try here: http://www.businessinsider.com/james-holmes-conspiracy-theories-2012-8#ixzz2FaOY5a8Z.

    But stats tends to show clearly that states with concealed carry laws have lower murder rates that they previously had and cities with stringent gun control laws have larger murder rates since the inception of their controls. When we lived in the UK, south London was a night time no-go area for the reason of gun crimes and that was over 10 years ago. But I’m going astray.

    The point is that we are not receiving all the available information about these events and some of it may not be disseminated for reasons which we might impute but which are certainly not conducive to the ability to form an independent opinion outside the blather of talking heads who desire that we merely and blindly accept their version of events. That indoctrination has led this country to a state not all that far from the Dark Ages in mentality and this is not in our best interest in my view.

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: I just received this interesting mail from a correspondent: ”The primary-school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, approximately 45 miles from the Colt Arms Factory, is just another one in the long line of government psyops designed to persuade the public to allow the government to take away their guns, and their means [...] · View
  • Doug Miller posted a new activity comment:   1 year, 7 months ago · View

    Thanks, Alison.

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: I just received this interesting mail from a correspondent: ”The primary-school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, approximately 45 miles from the Colt Arms Factory, is just another one in the long line of government psyops designed to persuade the public to allow the government to take away their guns, and their means [...] · View
  • Doug Miller posted an update:   1 year, 7 months ago · View

    I just received this interesting mail from a correspondent:

    ”The primary-school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, approximately 45 miles from the Colt Arms Factory, is just another one in the long line of government psyops designed to persuade the public to allow the government to take away their guns, and their means to defend themselves against the government and the banksters that the politicians really serve.

    The small children murders are designed to create hysterical emotions in women to get them to demand that guns are banned. If that doesn’t work they will continue with their evil agenda with worse and worse atrocities on younger children, until they get their way and disarm the people, so that they cannot fight back against government tyranny.

    Newtown is the U.S.A.’s Dunblane, which was orchestrated in Scotland in 1996 by the British establishment, to whip up hysteria in order to ban all handguns from the U.K. It was a follow-up to the Hungerford Massacre in England in 1987, which was carried out by mind-controlled Michael Ryan, who then shot himself so he could not be questioned, and it was used to ban semi-automatic rifles and shotguns.

    It’s always the same people behind it – the gun-grabbers who want the people to be defenceless against the gun-grabbers’ employers – the banksters who own all of the politicians. They get their politicians to pass legislation for them, in order to remove the people’s freedoms and means of defending themselves, and enslave them in a draconian police-state, under a mountain of debt, and then exterminate the useless-eaters.

    The Dunblane massacre was supposedly carried out by Thomas Hamilton, who was a paedophile and procurer of children, for a high level paedophile ring involving senior members of the Tony Blair Labour-Party shadow-cabinet and others. The massacre served two purposes, it achieved their desired handgun-ban and killed the abused children, so they could not be witnesses against the elite-paedophiles. They then had the findings of the inquiry sealed for 100 years, which is proof of the above.

    Like Newtown there were two shooters, Hamilton and a hit-man who shot Hamilton and made it look like Hamilton committed suicide after shooting 16 children, so that he couldn’t be questioned. Hamilton was found in the school gymnasium slumped against a wall and still gurgling, when an off-duty policeman PC Grant McCutcheon entered the gym and saw two semi-automatic pistols, one on either side of Hamilton’s body.

    The autopsy revealed that Hamilton was killed with a .38 revolver. These people always slip-up with their crimes. There was no .38 revolver for him to have shot himself with. Thus, there was a second shooter who killed Hamilton.

    Similarly, the first reports from Newtown were of two shooters, just like mind-controlled James Holmes in the Denver Batman Cinema massacre, the story then quickly changes to just one.

    Columbine was similar, in that a team of shooters in black outfits were seen there and the two accused were on mind-altering prescription-drugs.

    Wake up and see the pattern and their modus operandi and don’t fall for it. Never let them take your guns, except from your cold dead hands.

    All of these are staged events to whip-up hysterical public support for banning the people from having guns. It works the same in every country – Hungerford in England, Dunblane in Scotland, Port Arthur in Australia and the list in America is endless, because of the Second Amendment and the people having a pro-gun culture. That makes it much more difficult to break the Americans’ love of guns and the Second Amendment, which was put in place to protect the people from the government.

    Gun bans work well for tyrants. They worked well for Hitler, Stalin and Chairman Mao, to name just three.

    If you want to stop these massacres, wake-up and get rid of the banksters, their puppet-politicians and all gun-grabbers; arm teachers and ban gun-free zones.

    From one who can see the pattern and hopes to enable you to see it too.”

    Therefore, the interesting link between the fathers of this shooter and the Colorado accused (as there were reports of a second person, there, too) might be more interesting than we had thought, i.e., not mere coincidence.

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      Alison · 1 year, 7 months ago

      I am a woman and I am TOTALLY against any attempt to outlaw guns.

      Now if the PTB want to take a look at the REAL side effects of psychotropic drugs, then I am onboard.

      Thanks for the post Doug!

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      adoration · 1 year, 7 months ago

      To ”arm teachers and ban gun-free zones” is stupid and edges on advocating violence. See the AmpedStatus/Network’s @A99 discussion group, and what we’re really doing here.

      http://tinyurl.com/67n7dhw

      Thanks, and cc: @DougMiller

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        Doug Miller · 1 year, 7 months ago

        I don’t believe that mail mentioned that position, but I could have glossed over it. Creating an inference of that may or may not be apposite to the intent, as the specifics of this incident are becoming more shrouded with time rather than more open, much the way the Colorado shooting became. For further information on that incident, you might try here: http://www.businessinsider.com/james-holmes-conspiracy-theories-2012-8#ixzz2FaOY5a8Z.

        But stats tends to show clearly that states with concealed carry laws have lower murder rates that they previously had and cities with stringent gun control laws have larger murder rates since the inception of their controls. When we lived in the UK, south London was a night time no-go area for the reason of gun crimes and that was over 10 years ago. But I’m going astray.

        The point is that we are not receiving all the available information about these events and some of it may not be disseminated for reasons which we might impute but which are certainly not conducive to the ability to form an independent opinion outside the blather of talking heads who desire that we merely and blindly accept their version of events. That indoctrination has led this country to a state not all that far from the Dark Ages in mentality and this is not in our best interest in my view.

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          adoration · 1 year, 7 months ago

          the quick answer

          ”states with concealed carry laws” don’t have the dozen most populated US cities, but I agree that ”we are not receiving all the available information.” My point however is that in one’s self-image (of carrying firearms, concealed or not), indicates a character flaw that can be dangerous (to one’s self and others), and is a symptom of chickenshit cowardice. I will nonetheless give it to you that there is something to be said for being in the right place at the right time مع السلام — dxm

  • Doug Miller posted a new activity comment:   1 year, 7 months ago · View

    Thanks.

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: This is a video of a retired US Major General expressing himself and a thought process about 9/11 that reflects much the same as the process I followed. That isn’t curious, but the conclusions are very interesting, as ”Kate” questions at the end. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=T2XV3Edd2dc But I suspect most everyone is on this [...] · View
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    This is a video of a retired US Major General expressing himself and a thought process about 9/11 that reflects much the same as the process I followed. That isn’t curious, but the conclusions are very interesting, as ”Kate” questions at the end.

    But I suspect most everyone is on this page already.

  • Doug Miller posted an update:   1 year, 7 months ago · View

    This is worth a look as you will never see these portrayals on the used-to-be-major media. It isn’t so much a cliff, but the slippery slope into which we allowed ourselves to get sucked.

    http://www.ijreview.com/2012/12/23963-23963/

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    Thanks.

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: We ask the question as to why anyone would pay attention to the psychotic ravings of the barbarians who seem to call the tune at the UN. In fact, as Pat notes, why on earth does the US tolerate this corrupt bunch of mouthpieces for totalitarian gasbags? They should be relocated [...] · View
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    Thanks.

    In reply to - zappaunit17 posted an update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um87fL7PGE8 · View
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    We used to say that about the military.

    In reply to - zappaunit17 posted an update: Art School: Everybody in this country should be required to go to art school. I don’t give a shit if you learn anything or not. Just go and sleep with as many people as you can, until you figure out who and what you are… It takes some longer than others… So [...] · View
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    Perhaps. While I may not agree with all of his views as I understand he is somewhat of an atheist, his rational approach to the UN and Israel’s plight fighting the ignorant of the world coincides with mine. You don’t have to agree with everything in someone or a friend to agree or commend some of it. As is said, it would be a boring old world if everyone thought the same way I did.

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: We ask the question as to why anyone would pay attention to the psychotic ravings of the barbarians who seem to call the tune at the UN. In fact, as Pat notes, why on earth does the US tolerate this corrupt bunch of mouthpieces for totalitarian gasbags? They should be relocated [...] · View
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    We ask the question as to why anyone would pay attention to the
    psychotic ravings of the barbarians who seem to call the tune at the
    UN. In fact, as Pat notes, why on earth does the US tolerate this
    corrupt bunch of mouthpieces for totalitarian gasbags? They should be
    relocated to any -stan because they no longer belong in the part of the
    world shaped by the Enlightenment, Renaissance, or Reformation.

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      Doug Miller · 1 year, 7 months ago

      Perhaps. While I may not agree with all of his views as I understand he is somewhat of an atheist, his rational approach to the UN and Israel’s plight fighting the ignorant of the world coincides with mine. You don’t have to agree with everything in someone or a friend to agree or commend some of it. As is said, it would be a boring old world if everyone thought the same way I did.

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      Doug Miller · 1 year, 7 months ago

      Thanks.

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    I admit I stole this link from ”The New Daily Patriot”, as it is too good not to disseminate further. The problem with most of the world is that it makes sense, real common sense, not that religious illusion that much of the world uses in replacement for old-fashioned common sense; meaning the current conflation of religion and politics that passes for common religion and sense these days. Sorry. I’ll get the hang of this someday.

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    Thank you. Much of the underlying descriptions actually came to me in a dream… strange dream, but nevertheless perhaps one of Scrooge’s bits of undigested morsels from dinner. hehehe

    In reply to - Doug Miller posted an update: A couple of years ago while living in France I wrote a light fantasy novel that no publisher wanted to touch at the time. Nothing surprising, there. But looking at it again a few weeks ago, I was surprised that it wasn’t quite as bad as I remembered it, so it’s [...] · View
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    A couple of years ago while living in France I wrote a light fantasy novel that no publisher wanted to touch at the time. Nothing surprising, there. But looking at it again a few weeks ago, I was surprised that it wasn’t quite as bad as I
    remembered it, so it’s been published on Amazon / Kindle.

    The introductory description is this: ”Most folks have a mid-life crisis involving drink and illicit behaviours, but David has his involving aliens and a change of life and work. In one context he is taking on the Goliath that owns much of the western world and in another sense he fulfils what is seen as his destiny to set aright the world which he knows, no small task for a mid-life crisis. After all, why mess around with alien occupation and conspiracy theories separately when you can bring them together, making for a real mess in your life.

    The battle between David and the Goliath begins in this first discovery novel, mixing the irreverent with the improbable, the real and the surreal, and naiveté with Neanderthals. David and the Drullards explores a theme common to many of the overachieving generation: little work for the actively unemployed as many management consultants tend to be. But an odd quirk gets David to follow his nose and explore the odd workings of Call-Us an unbelievably successful mobile telecoms company that came out of nowhere to be everywhere in Canada. This and his iron willed tenacity leads to the eventual discovery of the Drullards, a race of aliens that have been around for thousands of millennia, helping to ”even out” the quixotic growth of humans into what could be their more developed selves, or as they might already be except for television, hairspray, and the stuff that is always left in the very back of the fridge that sprouts new dimensions of life when the refrigerator door is closed, new dimensions that rob humans of their very essence of life, sucking out their will to continue because the fridge REALLY needs cleaning; thus, the ensuing battle as to who will do it has shattered more homes and potential development than you can imagine.

    The aliens want David to discover his Hebrew heritage and resume the battles he left some thousands of years ago in an earlier incarnation, only with a larger and more controlling opponent this time: the Order. The Order is this almost invisible empire surrounding/owning the western world against which David is pitted through the unlikely mechanism of writing fiction novels that are chock full of their actual and real-life events – only nobody outside the Order knows of them as such because the Order-owned governments have created masterful [sic] illustrations of what they want people to think actually happened.

    So, as David writes and publishes, the forces of the Order are arrayed against him cautiously. Okay, the attempted killing wasn’t so subtle, but it was a maverick order, not from the top, OK? The Order keeps trying to find out who he is, where he came from, how he got this information, and then… and then… well, perhaps it isn’t explored in this volume because….

    You’ll just have to read it to find out.”

    Should you wish to look at it or perhaps buy it, as I would obviously encourage such behaviour, it is at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AE0BONI

    And if you read it, please feel free to submit a review of it on that site. If the review is good, please feel free to sign your name to it. If not, maybe it is best if you use another name as I did in writing it. After all, we can’t let a bit of (dare I use the term?) ”literary” difference of opinion come between us, eh?

    There is an opinion or two in the book (surprise, surprise) but it was intended as a light approach to these things, not ponderous or overly self-important. At least I hope it comes off that way to the readers.

    Thank you for your patience with this and I hope you enjoy the work. If not, leave the bad review anonymously, ok? Thank you.

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      Doug Miller · 1 year, 8 months ago

      Thank you. Much of the underlying descriptions actually came to me in a dream… strange dream, but nevertheless perhaps one of Scrooge’s bits of undigested morsels from dinner. hehehe

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    I guess we are all overwhelmingly attractive to her. I put it up to our eloquence, eh?

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    Indeed, though the fate of whistle-blowers is becoming more widely known, unfortunately, as the government uses its ”resources” including the purple shirt goons and the ”new” goons to bully and intimidate ordinary people with the ”right” intentions and principles.

    In reply to - bryanon posted an update in the group A99: you guys realize that vast portions of the government are shutting down on friday right? HERE IT COMESSS!!!!!! you need to REALLY TRY to get to the protests next week! If the ceos don’t cough up the dough we’re in SERIOUS SHIT. repeat:THIS IS NOT A FUCKING DRILL. This [...] · View
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    yeah, but if you look at the pattern of the MIB (Military-Industrial-Banking Cartel), they are careful to slide events into sequence in the guise of something else. For example, the Middle East ”revolutions” aren’t much but funded regime changes backed by western forces with a stream of politics over the top; all meant to further destabilisation which, in turn, drives the permanent war-war scenario further. Nothing with these boys is done up front – which is why a government shut-down UNLESS SOME FALSE FLAG TAKES PLACE is nothing to get excited about – and a false flag has to be run irrespective of government activity to be effective. It can’t be planned on an IF-THEN basis because of the large logistical and organisational complexity. It may not seem so, but good ones are like starting an aircraft carrier – you better have the route picked out ahead of time because stopping her is not going to happen quickly.

    In reply to - bryanon posted an update in the group A99: you guys realize that vast portions of the government are shutting down on friday right? HERE IT COMESSS!!!!!! you need to REALLY TRY to get to the protests next week! If the ceos don’t cough up the dough we’re in SERIOUS SHIT. repeat:THIS IS NOT A FUCKING DRILL. This [...] · View
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    True… but it never is ”like it was back then”. My point is that I have often found reality to be on the far conservative side of predictions of widespread death and destruction. I’m still waiting for the dollar to tank as was predicted for this year in late 2010. It isn’t that things don’t happen, but the radical or extreme doesn’t seem to be the form of realisation we get. For example, the dollar rose against the Euro today. The CAD has been rising slowly but steadily against the USD, contrary to predictions earlier this year of attainment of the highest value reached for the Loonie. There will be inflation – buy hyperinflation? I don’t think so; even though many of the services I read predict it.
    The ship of state is not a ”boy racer car”; it does not turn on a dime. Despite all the damage the empty suit has done, if a sensible administration takes office next and turns over all the crap that has been put through and begins unwinding the government from around our necks, it will be possible to eradicate much of the destruction wreaked thus far by this foreigner. However, it all takes time – and history shows us that time is more on the side of the forces that go slow than those which participate in knee-jerk reactions. OK?

    In reply to - bryanon posted an update in the group A99: you guys realize that vast portions of the government are shutting down on friday right? HERE IT COMESSS!!!!!! you need to REALLY TRY to get to the protests next week! If the ceos don’t cough up the dough we’re in SERIOUS SHIT. repeat:THIS IS NOT A FUCKING DRILL. This [...] · View
  • Doug Miller posted a new activity comment:   3 years, 3 months ago · View

    It isn’t as though this hasn’t happened before, you know. In ’76 I believe it was for 21 days. 21 blissfully peaceful days.

    Unfortunately, it also appears that the people who were laid off for those 21 days were paid retrospectively for their time even when they weren’t ”working”. Well, why really change anything since it is my belief that they do about the same whether at their desk or not – just different people to talk with, one presumes. The real unfortunate thing is that Congress is continued to be paid as is the WH. Of course it is so. If it weren’t and it really meant ”their money” do you think they’d allow the government to shut down? Right.

    In reply to - bryanon posted an update in the group A99: you guys realize that vast portions of the government are shutting down on friday right? HERE IT COMESSS!!!!!! you need to REALLY TRY to get to the protests next week! If the ceos don’t cough up the dough we’re in SERIOUS SHIT. repeat:THIS IS NOT A FUCKING DRILL. This [...] · View
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