From the March 2008 Idaho Observer:

You can always tell when a politician is lying to start a war, lying to change the course of

history, lying to generate public support for inflicting misery on innocents, lying to convince the public that bad policies are good, lying to convince us that poisons are medicines and lying to get reelected based on campaign promises THAT HAVE NEVER BEEN KEPT...

...because his lips are moving

by Don Harkins

Because our people believe it is their duty to accept the lies of politicians as truth and then teach them to our children as history, our government is now openly poisoning, torturing, mass murdering, exploiting and bankrupting the entire planet—IN OUR NAME.


President Abraham Lincoln:: "I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so," President Lincoln stated March 4, 1861, during his first inaugural address.

But seven of eventually 13 states had seceded from the union by this time. The first "Civil War" shot was fired April 12, 1861 after the Confederate Army refused to surrender Fort Sumpter to the Union Army. Though we are taught to believe the Civil War was fought to end slavery, it was fought to force states to abide a perpetual union—at gunpoint if necessary—and establish federal supremacy—in absolute contravention to the Constitution.

The "new" dome of the U.S. Capitol was under construction as Lincoln took office in 1861. The dome was completed in 1868—the year federal supremacy was illegally made "law of the land" when an improperly seated Congress forced ratification of the 14th Amendment. The U.S. citizen was created by the 14th Amendment; 14th Amendment citizens HAVE NO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. The myth that "Honest Abe" fought the Civil War to end slavery has been taught as fact to hide the truth: The 13th amendment (1865) closed the southern plantation and freed the negro slaves; the 14th Amendment opened the federal plantation to make us all slaves. The relevance of the "Red Amendment" to modern times cannot be overstated.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt: FDR signed the Social Security Act on August 14, 1935. Americans believed that FDR was leading them out of the Great Depression; they trusted that the federal government would automatically deduct social security tax from their wages and manage working class retirements in the people’s best interests. FDR never told the American people that the depression, a manufactured event, was an excuse to pass social programs that would grow government on the bureaucratic redistribution of their wealth.

FDR signed the declaration of war against Japan Dec. 8, 1941. FDR told the American people that the Japanese Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor was unexpected and unprovoked, neither of which were true. The U.S., under FDR, diplomatically provoked the Japanese into war and allowed them to attack a harbor full of U.S. naval vessels positioned as sitting ducks. The black armband worn by the president was a prop to fool Americans into believing he was mourning the American military personnel and civilians his actions were directly responsible for killing on "the day that will live on in infamy."

U.S. involvement in WWII prompted FDR to quickly and secretly give his approval for the Manhattan Project to proceed with construction of the atom bomb; the atomic age was born. Allied "victory" over the "Axis Powers" justified the creation of Israel and millions of Palestinian refugees. After WWII came the Cold War, the arms race and its geopolitical complications. The atomic age has also given us water fluoridation—the systemic poisoning of America with toxic byproducts of atom bomb production, aluminum manufacture and the phosphate fertilizer industry—allegedly to fight tooth decay.

President Lyndon Baines Johnson: LBJ signed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution August 7, 1964. The resolution resulted in overt U.S. military operations to fight "communist-backed" North Vietnam in response to an "unprovoked" Viet Cong attack on a U.S. Naval vessel in "neutral" Gulf of Tonkin waters. It was rumored at the time that the Gulf of Tonkin incident never occurred. The rumors were confirmed in 1995 when LBJ’s Secretary of State John McNamara publicly admitted that the Gulf of Tonkin attack was a lie to justify a U.S. war in Vietnam.

President George Walker Bush: At the UN on Nov. 10, 2001, GW Bush stated, "Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the eleventh..."

More than half of the world now believes the U.S. planned and executed 9/11 as a false flag to justify its global war on terror and the war on American civil liberties.

Secretary of State General Colin Powell: Then Secretary of State General Colin Powell made the case for the U.S. to invafe Iraq at the UN February 5, 2003. Powell claimed that the Bush administration had "proof" that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

General Powell has since stated he has "never seen evidence to suggest" a connection between 9/11 and the Saddam regime. General Powell added that telling the world that Saddam’s WMDs justified going to war in Iraq is "a blot" on his record.

And here we are under the authority of liars and their chasms of lies

In the hardcopy version of the March, 2008 edition of The IO, the forgoing was the text surrounding a photos essay. We asked our readers to take a moment to ponder each photo and the text describing it. Then, we asked our readers to bring into focus everything they know about real history; think about how the course of American and world history would have differed had the federal authority not used slavery as an excuse to unconstitutionally centralize power in Washington, D.C. What if Congress had never abdicated its responsibility of issuing the currency; the never-created Federal Reserve bank had never been allowed to inflate the money supply, create the Depression then buy the country up at pennies on the dollar and sell it back. What if FDR’s "New Deal" had never given birth to socialism in America? Would either world war, Vietnam or the gulf wars ever been fought?

What circumstances would have evolved had these key lies not become history? Americans would be freer and they would have been passing their wealth down to their children instead of handing it over to banks and governments. They would have been educating themselves. The federal government would have found it much more difficult to assume the power to arbitrarily wage aggressive wars on foreign nations or expand political authority beyond its constitutionally-prescribed limitations.

On this page are enough clues for politicians to spend a day checking facts and, if they had the capacity for independent thought, they would realize that, by doing what they do, they are keeping alive the lies that are causing the death and misery of millions at home and abroad. They are the current cogs in a machine designed hundreds of years ago to gather unto itself all the world’s resources—for reasons that have yet to be explained, understood or admitted. Politicians who are too stupid to think independently are not qualified to represent us and those willingly participating in this ongoing capital crime will be judged—if not in this life, then in the next. Of this we can be sure.

Since the ignorant and ruthless in charge right now are just the current adminstrators of an evil unleashed long before we were born, our main task is to survive them. Our second task is to defeat them and remake the world in the image of what we want our children to inherit and teach them to sustain it for our grandchildren.

The Ron Paul Revolution is underway. The lies of chemicals, vaccines, fluoride, pharmaceutical drugs, phony money, excessive taxation, perpetual wars on manufactured bogeymen and that government is here to help us are being exposed; the lies are exposing themselves and the liars themselves are being exposed.

At this moment we are experiencing the greatest opportunity in history to rout the buggers out. We have unprecedented communications capabilities and we have the knowledge gleaned from history at our disposal. The tide is turning in our favor.