* Robert Mercer … Owen Brennan
» Robert Mercer, Renaissance Technologies, Cambridge Analytica, Rebeka Mercer, Ruby et Violette, Sheldon Adelson, Las Vegas Sands, Kristin McLarty, Ali Deasy, Sands Eco360, JT Foley, Bethlehem Sands, Mabel Wu, Simpson Lei, Henry Regnery, Regnery Publishing, Marji Ross, Alex Novak, Alyssa Cordova, Angela Swinson, Geoff Krumwiede, Occidental Quarterly, Kevin McDonald, National Policy Institute, Michael Cohen, Marc Kasowitz, Jay Sekulow, Ty Cobb, Stephen Immelt, Patricia Ambrose, Neal Katyal, Hogan Lovells, Mike Pence, Richard Cullen, Jared Kushner, Jamie S. Gorelick, Erik Prince, Frontier Services Group, Victoria Toensing, Michael Flynn, Robert Kelner, Donald Trump Jnr, Alan Futerfas, Futerfas Law, Death & Taxes: Gordon Kahl Story, Taos Land and Film Co, Jeff Jackson, Bismark Tribune, Steve Wallick, Amy Dalrymple, Cheryl McCormack, Darryl Graf, North Dakota Fire Academy, Eric’s Fire Pics, North Dakota Firefighters Association, Steve Schnabel, GPK Products, Giuliani Partners, JoAnn Zafonte, Daniel Connolly, Rudy Giuliani, Andrew Kirtzman, Owen Brennan.
* 21 Jul: DJT 2016 Oligarchs: EoP v WiP NWO Neg: EoP Cultural Law Self Rule, Farmers Crisis & Land Reform.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: EoP v US DoJ SC, EoP v FEC, EoP v Donald Trump, EoP Ft Bragg: Mil Ethics Q, EoP v Kevin MacDonald, EoP v Gen Michael Flynn, EoP v Trump Oligarchs, EoP v Richard Spencer, EoP v Rudy Giuliani / EoP NWO SCO: EoP Applicants | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity / EoP v WiP NWO Neg.
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TO: Donald Trump 2016 Oligarchs: Mercer, Adelson & Regnery
CC: Donald Trump, Cabinet & Advisors
CC: Death & Taxes: Gordon Kahl Story
CC: Rudy Giuliani
Donald Trump 2016 Oligarchs: Mercer, Adelson & Regnery:
Robert Mercer via Renaissance Technologies:
Andrew Porter (email@example.com); Cambridge Analytica (firstname.lastname@example.org); @CamAnalytica; Rebeka Mercer via Ruby et Violette (email@example.com); Sheldon Adelson via Las Vegas Sands: Mark Juliano (firstname.lastname@example.org); Kristin McLarty (email@example.com); Julia Corwin (Corwin@Sands.com); Ali Deasy (firstname.lastname@example.org); Sands Eco360 (SandsECO360@Sands.com); JT Foley (email@example.com); Bethlehem Sands (Bethlehem_Info@Sands.com); Mabel Wu (firstname.lastname@example.org); Simpson Lei (email@example.com); @LasVegasSands; Henry Regnery: Regnery Publishing: @Regnery; Marji Ross: @MRossRegnery; Harry Crocker (HCrocker@regnery.com); Alex Novak (firstname.lastname@example.org); Caitlyn Reuss (Caitlyn.Reuss@Regnery.com); Alyssa Cordova (Alyssa.email@example.com); Angela Swinson (firstname.lastname@example.org); Geoff Krumwiede (email@example.com); Occidental Quarterly: Kevin McDonald (firstname.lastname@example.org); National Policy Institute: Richard Spencer (email@example.com); @NPI_America.
Donald Trump, Cabinet & Advisors:
Michael Cohen: @MichaelCohen212; Marc Kasowitz: @marckasowitz; Jay Sekulow: @JaySekulow; Ty Cobb (firstname.lastname@example.org); via Stephen Immelt (email@example.com); Patricia Ambrose (firstname.lastname@example.org); Neal Katyal (email@example.com); Hogan Lovells: @HoganLovells; Mike Pence: @mike_pence; Richard Cullen (firstname.lastname@example.org); Jared Kushner: @jaredkushner; Jamie S. Gorelick (email@example.com); Erik Prince: Frontier Services Group (firstname.lastname@example.org); Counsel: Victoria Toensing (email@example.com); Michael Flynn: @GenFlynn; Robert Kelner (firstname.lastname@example.org); @robkelner; Donald Trump Jnr: @DonaldJTrumpJr.; Alan Futerfas (email@example.com); Futerfas Law (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Death & Taxes: Gordon Kahl Story:
Death & Taxes: Gordon Kahl Story: Taos Land and Film Co: Jeff Jackson (email@example.com); @TaosLandAndFilm; Bishmark Tribune: Steve Wallick (firstname.lastname@example.org); Amy Dalrymple (email@example.com); Cheryl McCormack (firstname.lastname@example.org); Darryl Graf via North Dakota Fire Academy via Eric’s Fire Pics (email@example.com); North Dakota Firefighters Association: @ndfa1; Steve Schnabel via GPK Products (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Giuliani Partners (email@example.com); JoAnn Zafonte (JoAnn.Zafonte@giulianipartners.com); Daniel Connolly (firstname.lastname@example.org); Rudy Giuliani: @RudyGiuIiani; @RudyGiuliani; Andrew Kirtzman: @andrewkirtzman; Owen Brennan: @OwenBrennan
Donald Trump 2016 Oligarchs: Mercer, Adelson & Regnery
DJT 2016 Oligarchs: EoP v WiP NWO Neg: EoP Cultural Law Self Rule, Farmers Crisis & Land Reform.
Someone has to set a high standard, that’s what my father told me. Winston Churchill, Bobby Kennedy. [A Democrat?] As I once was. [Why did you switch?] You know Democrats always talked about things getting better. Republicans did whatever they could to make them better. … So you Harvard? [Yale, Wharton MBA.] Me, I’m City College, NYU Law School, just an average American public school guy, well Catholic School. So, I understand you are going to tell me about these people, insider trading. [Thats right.] Thank you. I mean is this, its nothing new right? You fella’s dont get there on the stairmaster at the golfcourse on the nineteenth hole and a guy tells a story. [Its hardly the same thing.], You, Mr. Gavin and you, Mr Hitchens, you don’t share information? [Well, I will tell you what we don’t do. We don’t skim millions of dollars on the shady edge.] Maybe you don’t have to. Maybe grandpa did it for you. – The Rudy Giuliani Story.
People talk to me about the issue of Republican vs Democrat and they don’t get it. I say here’s the way you get it, its organized crime. All you do is call the Republicans the Genoveses, and you call the Democrats the Gambino’s. The people at the top they treat it like a crap game. It’s their crap game, they are making lots of money. Occasionally someone at the table shoots another, but the moment anything threatens their crap game, they all unite to protect it. They are both controlled by the same banking and corporate interests.” – Michael C Ruppert; America: Freedom to Fascism.
This is a transparency notice to inform you that I notified the US Dept of Justice Special Council: Robert Mueller; of the Ecology of Peace correspondence I submitted – on behalf of EoP Applicants, one of whom is Vladimir Putin – to (a) all US 2016 Presidential Election campaigns; (b) Donald Trump Transition Team; and (c) Donald Trump Cabinet. Copies of correspondence submitted to (i) DoJ Special Counsel: DJ Trump et al & James Comey: EoP v US DoJ SC; includes US 2016 Election Campaigns, Trump Transition Team & Donald Trump Cabinet: EoP v FEC.
– 20 Jul: Rudy Giuliani: US DoJ SC notified of EoP Info submitted to Trump Transition Team.
* Shut Down/Drain the WiP Ponzi Profiteering of Resource Conflict Misery Economy Swamp.
* Banning of all WiP Immigration; EoP – Racial, Religious, etc – Cultural Law Self Rule.
* The Meaning of Land Farm Crisis.
* Responsible Peacenik Freedom Database enabling Orderly Equitable Land Reform.
* Drain the War is Peace Swamp: Strategic and Tactical Discussion: Whom Should the Military Kill.
Shut Down/Drain the WiP Ponzi Profiteering of Resource Conflict Misery Economy Swamp:
Generally speaking, all EoP Legal Submission cases, involve EoP scientific and cultural law evidentiary recommendations to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that requires a) requires all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool; (b) nationalizes all property and provides all responsible freedom oath citizens a property ration to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized sustainable future.
Banning of all WiP Immigration; EoP – Racial, Religious, etc – Cultural Law Self Rule:
The EoP NTE GM: EoP Axis Domestic Policy includes Property Rations and Cultural Law Territorial Self Rule for Groups with Subjective Racial, Religious & Gender Culture-Conflict Identities; for individuals who had signed their Responsible Freedom Oath Declarations. EoP Axis Foreign Policy allows for the banning of all WiP immigration. EoP Axis Domestic and Foreign Policies shall be implemented in as soon as EoP Legal Certainty Enquiries to National Supreme Court and International Court of Justice; have legally confirmed the accuracy of Ecology of Peace Radical Honoursty Factual Reality principles..
The Meaning of Land Farm Crisis:
Gordon Kahl was a farmer and he was very concerned with all the farmers losing their farms in America, and he was preaching and teaching, how to stop their farms from being foreclosed on by the banks. These are dangerous waters to tread. Not many Americans know this, but when you are obstructing the banks in America, you are tugging on superman’s cape. – Darrell Graf and Steve Schnabel: Death and Taxes: The Gordon Kahl Story.
Here, on a highway stretching across trampled prairie grass, the fundamental contest of our time is playing out.
It’s a confrontation not only between two groups of people, but between two world views. The space between the lines vibrates with tensions of race, historical trauma, broken treaties, money and politics, love and fear. But the underlying issue that charges the air, mixing with the smells of tear gas and sage, is the global contest between two deeply different ideas about the true meaning of land.
On one side is the unquestioned assumption that land is merely a warehouse of lifeless materials that have been given to (some of) us by God or conquest, to use without constraint. On this view, human happiness is best served by whatever economy most efficiently transforms water, soils, minerals, wild lives, and human yearning into corporate wealth. And so it is possible to love the bottom line on a quarterly report so fiercely that you will call out the National Guard to protect it.
On the other side of the concrete barriers is a story that is so ancient it seems revolutionary. On this view, the land is a great and nourishing gift to all beings. The fertile soil, the fresh water, the clear air, the creatures, swift or rooted: they require gratitude and veneration. These gifts are not commodities, like scrap iron and sneakers. The land is sacred, a living breathing entity, for whom we must care, as she cares for us. And so it is possible to love land and water so fiercely you will live in a tent in a North Dakota winter to protect them.
It may turn out that the cracks in that stretch of two-lane highway mark a giant crack in time, when one set of assumptions about reality snaps and is replaced by another. This, like all times of paradigm shift, is an unsettled time, a time of shouting and police truncheons, as privileged people defend the assumptions that have served them royally.
— Yes: The White Horse and the Humvees—Standing Rock Is Offering Us a Choice.
» EoP v WiP NWO Neg: 09 Nov: Mushtag Ur Rehman .. EcoFuture.
Rural America is mad. We’re hearing from people in places like West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania who are fed up with the government, the economy, the “establishment,” and taking out their anger at Trump rallies.
While the coverage is new, the anger is not. Donald Trump is today’s release valve, the latest in a line that has included the anti-government and militia movements, drug epidemics, and the Tea Party. This year’s support for Trump, of course, goes far beyond rural voters. A recent New York Times analysis finds support for Trump is strongest in places where “white identity mixes with long-simmering economic dysfunctions,” cutting across other traditional political lines.
But what has too long been overlooked is how much of that economic dysfunction—and the anger it has caused—goes back to the dissolution of the family farm.
Yes, the farm. Rural America produces food as well as anger. From the 1940s to the 1970s, the farmers who produced that food, even on small parcels of land, could make a reasonably good living, with prices reflecting their costs of production. It was hard work, but they could support their families, and the money they spent at feed stores and coffee shops built thriving local communities. That ended in the 1980s, when hundreds of thousands of farms went out of business and rural communities withered across the country—while the federal government did nothing.
Much of rural America has struggled to recover from the 2008 recession—but how could it, when it never recovered from the 1980s farm crisis? The 1980s was when rural America came apart at the seams, but plans were developed decades earlier to move farmers off the land, in the name of economic efficiency. U.S. farm policy has been slowly crippling the heartland for more than half a century—so it’s no wonder the people who still live there are mad.
Starting in the mid-1950s, a number of free market-oriented business groups proposed policies to address what they saw as the inefficiencies of farming in an age of increasing technological advances. One of these groups, the Committee for Economic Development (CED), described the chief “farm problem” as a “persistent excess of resources, particularly labor”—that is, too many farmers. The CED plan detailed how to move those “resources” off the land and into cities, where their labor was more needed.
Its goal was to eliminate a third of farm families, replacing a network of millions of self-sustaining medium-sized family farms with fewer, much larger farms producing the same amount of food—most of it commodity grains bound for animal feed and processed food—more “efficiently.” But efficiency didn’t account for the massive upheaval the new system wrought on the structure, community, and economics of rural life.
Agriculture policy since then has followed these recommendations, slowly dismantling support programs that had made midsize family farms viable, including effective supply management through price floors, a crop reserve, and conservation incentives. Instead, Richard Nixon’s Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz famously directed farmers to plant “fencerow to fencerow,” flooding the market with grain and driving down prices. If farmers couldn’t survive the price drops, Butz encouraged them to “get big or get out.” And so they did: the number of farms dropped from nearly 4.8 million in 1954 to 2.1 million by 1990.
The policies enacted in the 1950s and ’60s came to a head in the ’80s, when the weakened farm support system combined with inflation, a bad export market, and collapsed land and commodity prices in what became known as “the farm crisis.”
Over a quarter of a million farms were lost in the 1980s, the land was sold to larger operations, families were forced to move, and lifelong farmers were pushed into new jobs (or lack thereof). At least a million people were displaced from their homes and livelihoods in just 10 years—in many cases from land their families had farmed for generations. As the farmers left, so did the Main Streets and manufacturing businesses that had relied on them. Whole towns died off in the course of a decade.
Throughout the crisis, rural America felt abandoned. Communities were going through catastrophic loss and the rest of the country didn’t seem to care. Many foreclosures were purposefully accelerated by the government lending agency that held their loans, and some were done illegally and without normal due process procedures—at the behest of U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials.
President Reagan made deep cuts in price supports and rural development programs, and joked that he had found a solution to the farm crisis; he would “keep the grain and export the farmers.” Newspapers from the Omaha World Herald to the New York Times ran editorials praising consolidation or blaming farmers for their own plight.
The foreclosures slowed in the late ’80s, but it turns out there are consequences to removing an entire way of life. In his 1997 book, Harvest of Rage, journalist Joel Dyer draws a line from the planned devastation of the farm crisis to the rise of the 1990s antigovernment movement, including the 1995 bombing of an Oklahoma City federal building that killed 168 people.
Drawing on data from farm hotline operators, rural psychologists, and other mental health professionals, Dyer argues that farm loss was so emotionally and financially significant that it traumatized not only individual families, but also entire rural communities, leaving swathes of the country with chronic long-term stress, depression, and other mental health issues. Suicides, spousal abuse, and other violence spiked in the rural population.
…. With our national character and that kind of money at stake, perhaps it’s time to take another look at what’s been happening in rural America and the very real policy decisions that led to its decline. Agriculture policy is bigger than food; it has consequences for the health and stability of the nation. And failing to address the policy solutions that could make real changes in the lives of many desperate rural Americans will likely continue to make them feel ignored and forgotten enough to seek answers in a demagogue.- Civil Eats: Want to Understand Trump’s Rise? Head to the Farm. For many angry rural voters, Donald Trump is fueling a fire that started with the farm crisis of the 1980s.
“My farm was built on the backs of slaves. .. The farmworkers thought I was an idiot! …. We mortgaged our farms so that the farmworkers could acquire the land next to us. …. I think to be honest, that there is an element of fear and guilt, on all of us landowners part. Maybe not all of us are willing to admit it. I think when you face up to the history of what happened in this country, of how the land came to be in the possession of the privileged white elite, that it is in the possession of; there is just no two ways about it. If we don’t put it right ourselves, it eventually will be imposed on us, in a way that will be far worse.” – Mark Solms, Solms-Delta. – 702 Radio: Meet Mark Solms, the winemaker who made EVERYONE on his farm co-owners.
“I think the main difference is what Mark started on the farm, together with Richard Astor as his partner later, was just to take responsibility for themselves, without any form of outside support other than commercial funding which they secured themselves, and just to cut across from a practical perspective all of this red tape; and just make sure that they put in place a structure that allowed for joint ownership between the three parties, which was the two of them, together with the Trust representing the previously disadvantaged workers and the residents; and then making sure that all the changes were implemented in the program, which started before it became profitable; and facilitating funding for that . We’ve had very little outside funding. I think its just the best to make it happen yourself.” – Craig MacGillivray; Solms-Delta CEO. – SABC: The Big Debate (ep. 1, Feb 17): Does Land Reform Threaten Our Future?.
“The point is this we can’t have a land reform process based on charity, goodwill, few farmers, when they want, when they feel like they will be good to their people. No it cannot be based on this. It is a national responsibility to do it, not to punish anyone. … By the way let us go back to what we are dealing with here. We are dealing with the fact that you have no right to, this is stolen property. This is number 1. Number 2. We can’t have a reform process based on charity. This is an insult to our people, because this is our land. Our government, unfortunately this government will not do it. And so people like Mark, of course its a good thing to hear, here and there, you know we are doing good, we are taking care of our children and our workers, and so on, but this is not real dignity for a people. We want to feel as citizens here, not dependent on the goodwill of these guys. . . Look there were problems in Zimbabwe, big problems. There were big problems in Zimbabwe, but these problems were not just the creation of Mugabe. What would you do in your country, when you return land, you find yourself, that your currency is under attack, your economy is under attack, sanctions are being brought, basically the white world wanted Zimbabwe to fail, because if it succeed, then black people everywhere will say, we want land so that we can live like free people. – Andile Mngxitama: Land Policy Expert; – SABC: The Big Debate (ep. 1, Feb 17): Does Land Reform Threaten Our Future?.
Responsible Peacenik Freedom Database enabling Orderly Equitable Land Reform:
If all nations alleged ‘peaceniks’ and ‘peace with Russia’ Trump Voters were encouraged and supported to confirm their written cooperative support for a Responsible Freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] future; then state resources currently focussed on management of the WiP Intnl law symptoms; could be redirected to address root causes problem solving to implement an EoP Intnl law social contract, to enable orderly and humane reduction in size of the government work force and corresponding taxes of citizens, aka orderly transition to smaller government.
Military and Juridical Officials WiP management workload would be significantly reduced, enabling EoP Problem Solving:
If all nations alleged general ‘peacenik’ – oligarchs, citizens, academics, media, religions — and ‘we voted for peace with Russia’ Trump voters, (i) signed their Responsible Freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] Oaths, or (ii) clarified what kind of help they needed to begin to walk their responsible peacenik freedom eco/ego literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] talk as enunciated in such intended oath; so as to be able to confidently sign their Responsible Freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oaths.
Such a Responsible Freedom database would provide religious leaders, afraid of risking their religious political capital – Invictus: Springboks decision – with supportive responsible freedom ethical pressure from their followers; to adopt responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] procreation, consumption and informed consent lifestyle changes, of ultimate benefit for their racial or gender based religious community’s cultural or religious law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za], to practice their particular religious preservation observances in international law legally approved – racial, religious or gender separate – self-rule communities.
Such a Responsible Freedom database would provide industrial agriculture corporate leaders with access to farmland; or large landowners; the ability to ascertain how many citizens are willing to voluntarily adopt responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] procreation, consumption and informed consent lifestyle changes, enabling such agri-corporate, farmers or landowner, decision-makers to voluntarily begin to allocate partial sections of their farm land property directly to responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] citizens, families or racial, religious, cultural or gender based cultural or religious law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za] groups of citizens they have interviewed, to start responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] kibbutz style organic self sufficient farming cooperatives.
Such a Responsible Freedom database would provide military leaders a clearer indication where they need to focus their strategic and tactical resources to (a) help racial, religious or ideological individuals or groups who need help to learn to walk their responsible peacenik freedom talk; to get the help they need; enabling them to sign their Responsible Freedom oaths; and/or (b) which groups are beyond the small degree of rationality boundary; and require coercive State mass surveillance or otherwise pressure.
– 18 Jul: EoP TRC Draft Statements for EoP Axis Psych Surv, Wikileaks & Radical Honesty & CEU Clarification Edit Updates.
Another element that was helpful to Russians was a particular feature of Russian culture: since money was not particularly useful in the Soviet era economy, and did not convey status or success, it was not particularly prized either, and shared rather freely. Friends thought nothing of helping each other out in times of need. It was important that everyone had some, not that one had more than the others. With the arrival of market economics, this cultural trait disappeared, but it persisted long enough to help people to survive the transition.
A small farm offers somewhat better possibilities for farming, but most farms in the U.S. are mortgaged to the hilt, and most land that has been under intensive cultivation has been mercilessly bombarded with chemical fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides, making it an unhealthy place, inhabited by men with tiny sperm counts. Small farms tend to be lonely places, and many, without access to diesel or gasoline, would become dangerously remote. You will need neighbors to barter with, to help you, and to keep you company. Even a small farm is probably overkill in terms of the amount of farmland available, because without the ability to get crops to market, or a functioning cash economy to sell them in, there is no reason to grow a large surplus of food. Tens of acres are a waste when all you need is a few thousand square feet. Many Russian families managed to survive with the help of a standard garden plot of one sotka, which is 100 square meters, or, if you prefer, 0.024710538 acres, or 1076.391 square feet.
What is needed, of course, is a small town or a village: a relatively small, relatively dense settlement, with about an acre of farmland for every 30 or so people, and with zoning regulations designed for fair use and sustainability, not opportunities for capital investment, growth, property values, or other sorts of “development”. Further, it would have to be a place where people know each other and are willing to help each other – a real community. There may still be a few hundred communities like that tucked away here and there in the poorer counties in the United States, but there are not enough of them, and most of them are too poor to absorb a significant population of economic migrants.
– SS DEFCON: Reports: Orlov: Post-Soviet Lessons for a Post-American Century.
– EoP Leg Sub: 15 Jul: EoP Response to: Mari Jang: ETFO & Jordan Peterson: Education vs Indoctrination Info for High School Students.
Drain the War is Peace Swamp: Strategic and Tactical Discussion: Whom Should the Military Kill:
They told me to tell you to get off, and that’s what I’m telling ya. You mean get off my own land? Oh don’t go blaming me, it ain’t my fault. Whose fault is it? You know who owns the land. The Shawnee Land and Cattle Company. And who is the Shawnee Land and Cattle Company? It ain’t nobody, its a company. Its got a President aint they? Its got somebody who knows what a shotgun is for, ain’t they? Oh son, it ain’t his fault, cause the bank tells him what to do. All right, where’s the bank? Tulsa. Whats the use of picking on him, he ain’t nothing but the manager, and he’s half crazy himself, trying to keep up with the orders from the East. Then who do we shoot? Brother, I don’t know. – New York Times: The Grapes of Wrath, Critics Picks.
“The second most numerous group in the United States is the pretty bourgeoisie, including millions of persons who regard themselves as middle class and are under all the middle-class anxieties and pressures, but often earn less money than unionized laborers. As a result of these things, they are often very insecure, envious, filled with hatreds, and are generally the chief recruits for any Radical Right, Fascist, or hate campaigns against any group that is different or which refuses to conform to middle-class values. Made up of clerks, shopkeepers, and vast numbers of office workers in business, government, finance, and education, these tend to regard their white-collar status as the chief value in life, and live in an atmosphere of envy, pettiness, insecurity, and frustration. They form the major portion of the Republican Party’s supporters in the towns of America, as they did for the Nazis in Germany thirty years go.” — Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World In Our Time.
» EoP v WiP NWO Neg: 09 Nov: Mushtag Ur Rehman .. EcoFuture.
The ‘Whom Should the Military Kill’ military strategic and tactical discussions – following on from EoP US Army Ft Bragg – are different and similar; to (a) South Africa’s Ending Apartheid negotiations between the ANC and the National Party, held between Thabo Mbeki and Willie Esterhuize, as depicted in the movie: Endgame: Trailer, based on Robert Harvey’s book The Fall of Apartheid. The negotiations were brokered by Michael Young, a British businessman who worked for Consolidated Gold Fields, and held at Mells Park House, a country house near Frome in Somerset, then owned by Consolidated Gold Fields; and (b) the Nazi Party’s Wannsee Conference, chaired by Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich, held in the Berlin suburb of Wannsee on 20 January 1942, the purpose of which was to clearly legally define ‘Who is and is not a Jew’, in order to formalize plans for the Final Solution to the Jewish Question—the deportation and genocide of all Jews in German-occupied Europe.
Similarities and Differences:
Ending ANC & National Party Racial Apartheid:
The ANC and NP’s negotiation goals were to end apartheid, however their ‘End Apartheid’ negotiations failed – due to reasons not yet clarified – to address, and/or negotiate the root causes of apartheid resource conflict violence; namely the ‘right to breed and consume with total disregard for ecological carrying capacity limits’ clauses of international law.
Ending EoP v WiP cultural apartheid, via EoP Truth & Reconciliation:
The EoP v WiP negotiations goals are to end economic, racial, religious, gender, academic, media, etc apartheid, via Ecology of Peace Truth and Reconciliation: i.e. by addressing the root causes of racial, religious, gender, academic, media, etc resource conflict violence; namely: the ‘right to breed and consume with total disregard for ecological carrying capacity limits’ clauses of international law; and taking responsibility to cooperate to implement Ecology of Peace intenational law.
Ecology of Peace legal and information negotiation recommendations, provide EoP scientific and cultural law advocacy on how and why to cooperate to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that (a) requires all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool; (b) nationalizes all property and provides all responsible freedom oath citizens a property ration to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.
Wannsee: Jewish Question Final Solution: Secret:
The Nazi Party’s Wannsee Conference – documented in Conspiracy: Introduction and Wannsee Conference – chaired by Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich, held in the Berlin suburb of Wannsee on 20 January 1942, to clearly legally define ‘Who is and is not a Jew’, in order to formalize plans for the Final Solution to the Jewish Question—the deportation and genocide of all Jews in German-occupied Europe; were held in secret, Jews and Germans only found out about the negotiations years after the war.
ANC & National Party: End Apartheid: Secret:
The ANC and National Party’s End Apartheid Negotiations were secret, South African’s of all races only found out about them after the National Party and ANC agreed that they had allegedly ended apartheid.
EoP v WiP: Whom Should the Military Kill?: Not Secret:
EoP culture’s Final Solution to the Scarcity Combatant Question EoP v WiP negotiations are public, published and available online: EoP v WiP NWO Negotiations. Ecology of Peace legal submissions to court/s are also available in the court record – for example: SA Constitutional Court: The Citizen v Robert McBride – where the Judges and/or any other party consented to them being submitted for consideration to the issues in dispute in the proceedings. They are consequently publicly available to any individual of any race, religion or culture, journalist, editor, lawyer, judge, whom has been informed of their existence, for them to read and incorporate into their personal and/or professional relating values; to discuss and share the information with their family or community; and/or if sincere about non-violent resolution to resource conflict; to do whatever they can to cooperate; to implement an EoP Intnl law social contract.
Wannsee: Jewish Question Final Solution: White Supremacy Law:
The Nazi Party’s ‘Final Solution to the Jewish Question’ Negotiations recommendations were based upon racial Aryan supremacist ideology.
EoP v WiP: Who Should Military Kill Q: Ecological Carrying Capacity Supremacy Law:
EoP culture’s negotiations – and EoP scientific and cultural law Truth and Reconciliation Military Tribunal recommendations regarding whom should be killed, how, by whom and when – are based upon scientific ecological carrying capacity principles; and submitted to Scarcity Combatant Respondents as part of legal proceedings, to inform them of the Scarcity Combatant War Criminal charges against them; and how and what they can do to take responsibility and make amends for their former breeding/consumption war scarcity combatant lifestyles, by cooperating to implement an EoP Intnl law social contract.
EoP v WiP NWO Negotiations purpose is to provide EoP Axis military officials with a clear legal definition of an Eco Innocent and Scarcity Combatant – whether Jew, European, African, American, South African, Christian, Muslim, Catholic, Buddhist, communist, capitalist, nationalist, liberal, conservative, lawyer, judge, psychologist, farmer, janitor, teacher, or unemployed — so that their soldiers, or any civilians they conscript into militia’s; are clear – if or when they consider EoP Axis Military Necessity Evacuation or some similar form of ‘Military Final Solution’ necessary; for example: if EoP Legal Truth and Reconciliation Commission Legal/Military Tribunals – as suggested in Citizen v R McBride and EoP v Nobel are obstructed or fail – as to whom should not be killed and whom should be killed.
– EoP Leg Sub: 21 Jul: Re: USCAAF Judges Ruling Re: EoP Amicus submission to USCAAF: #12-8027/AR: CCR v USA.
A transcript of all EoP v WiP NWO Negotiations correspondence regarding the Revolution of Military Ethics: Whom Should the Military Kill Question; can be found at EoP FT Bragg: Military Ethics Question.
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Former MILED Clerk & Acting Clerk
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