Video: Who Owns You? The New World Order, and The Planned Death of America


The preservation of national sovereignty has faced compromise in most countries throughout the civilized world.  It has historically been threatened by elitist groups seeking to override the power of a people.  The communist regimes of the previous century provide some of the best examples of this phenomenon.

When Unions Unite

In more recent times, those groups include the European Union, the North American Union and the South American Union.  These groups are usually created without the knowledge of the people, and as such; most Americans have no knowledge of the plans of the North American Union (N.A.U.), or of its proposed existence.

The N.A.U. would combine Canada, Mexico, and the United States in a similar fashion to the European Union, and with a similar disregard for the national sovereignty and laws of each nation.  For those of you who are in doubt, you would probably benefit from reading the blueprint for the North American Union, which has been signed by the leaders of all three countries.  It is available at the Council on Foreign Relations website:  Building A North American Community.

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed


I went to see a movie today, entitled "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed". The movie discusses the theory of Intelligent Design, which proposes that even the smallest units of life, such as DNA and human cells, are so complex that life must have been intentionally designed by a being with a far greater intellect than humanity's, and that it is mathematically impossible for life to have occurred by random chemical combinations. This concept exists in direct defiance of the evolutionary theory which believes that life was created spontaneously, and that it later evolved into all the different species. The Theory of Evolution has taken grasp inside all academic areas, and many of those who teach it fail to acknowledge that it remains only a theory, and one that has many holes.


"I was a young man with uninformed ideas. I threw out queries, suggestions, wondering all the time over everything; and to my astonishment the ideas took like wildfire. People made a religion of them."

-- Charles Darwin