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Jun 8, 2011

Now Why are the Oath Keepers so dangerous? (Oath of the Horatii - video)

"It should be a badge of honour that the state terrorists and traitors in Washington view the Oath Keepers as dangerous. Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, James Madison, John Adams, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, George Mason, and Thomas Paine were considered dangerous, too."

Read more of Why Oath Keepers Are Dangerous (an article not for the faint of heart or for those who wear their political sympathies on their sleeves. Keep wearing them and soon you'll have no sleeves upon which to tout the Rs, the Ds, or the Tea Party.)

As you know, America's founders' work declaring independence and setting up this nation would have merited most of them quick execution if discovered too soon. So what and who are the Oath Keepers and what could the US government possibly have against people determined to keep their oaths of service and allegiance to America?

Such an inconvenience for the US government to be shown up in stark relief by a group of Americans honoring the US Constitution and keeping their word on behalf of the common good! And if we listen closely to what issues out of the Washington Swamp these days, we're tempted to think that the common good in America has gone out of style. So they insist we believe. Puh!

Well, that's one very basic way to tell that America (Of, By, For...The People?) has been usurped by totalitarian jackboots and their global bankers. Just look at recent Republican actions in Wisconsin and elsewhere.

Yet one result of their extreme "austere" (Saturnian) social engineering is that the American people are waking up to the fact that we must revolt again if we are determined to keep our freedoms and rights, yet we remember that the Pen is mightier than the Sword - at least until the plug is pulled on the Internet, and/or the power grid is sabotaged.

Now using Saturn to control Jupiter's tendency to over promise and over-reach is the way of the universe, yes, and government spending should have been reigned in decades ago. But the ruling class are using this natural law of checks and balances (the contraction v expansion principle, Yin-Yang, positive-negative, etc) to punish a working class who've already lost in the rigged financial game some like to call, Capitalism, with its Wall Street Casino lights blinking just as brightly as they did pre-2008.

Trust Once Lost Is Hard to Re-Gain

The People's loss of trust in government is an integral part their plan and 'rebuilding upon ruins' is what they intend, probably becoming much more obvious in late 2011 into 2012. (My US Solar Return 2011 and November 2011 Solar Eclipse articles are pending...)

We also see the totalitarian austerity dynamic playing out in the debt ceiling 'debate' which is only Political Theater meant for public consumption since the powers-that-be are merely following a NWO script of their own design and will do their will, not ours. If a global collapse is their true goal, we'll see it played out right before our eyes with much of the rhetoric occurring inside the chambers of our Masonic Temple on The Hill, aka, the Capitol Building.

Yes, Saturn (status quo; stability) in Libra opposes Uranus (progress; reform) in Aries with both squared (blocked) by puppet master Pluto pulling austere Capricornian strings as the whole world now reels under mega-wealthy Pluto's brutal sway.

So with the 2012 campaign heating up, and after experiencing the results of eight disastrous years of Bush-Cheney - and with the current 'recovery' said to be sputtering - I find it impossible to believe that a majority of Americans could ever vote in great numbers for the morally bankrupt GOP! Plus, history shows that austerity enforced too soon will topple all the cards.

But of course, the GOP's handmaidens, the Democrats - who are also kept in office thanks to corporate largess - haven't exactly come up smelling like roses either, have they?

Okay, I'll hush for now for it's time for a little Art...

Speaking of oaths, here's an art analysis and political discussion of David's famous painting, Oath of the Horatii which foreshadowed the French Revolution. Although I can't agree with some of the speakers' conclusions about the politics - the revolution engineering by Templars and Sionist Rosicrucians is totally ignored, as usual, or perhaps they're unaware - it does give interesting views on Art entwined with Politics, a blend which Jacques-Louis David exploited so well.

Totally related reading: The Secret History of the West: The Influence of Secret Organizations on Western History from the Renaissance to the 20th Century by Nicholas Hagger.

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