Joyanna Adams

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Wisdom is Knowing What the HECK They Are All DOING!

Nobody Knows

Socrates: Wisdom is knowing how little you know.

While we are all trying to figure out why nobody would help the pleas of two people who said their son was going nuts, and might kill some people, it’s a great time for the rich elites of the world to get together at the Marriott in Copenhagen, don’t you think? Copenhagen

Once again, it’s that time of year, where the rich and mighty gather together in secret to plan everyone’s lives. While many think Alex Jones is a bit…annoying, ( I really think he might want to get rid of that bullhorn) It’s true that nobody was talking about why the most powerful men where meeting in secret every single year, except Alex, who to his credit, has been reporting on that meeting for years.

And if you read this list of attendees for 2014, and you don’t get a bit even a little bit skeptical about what these men are up to, then I’d say…

Don’t Worry, Be Happy. There are still reruns of Gilligan’s Island on cable!

Alex was releasing secrets about the elites of the world, LONG before Edward Snowdon came along…

And speaking of Edward Snowdon:


Nobody Knew he was a government spy who had worked for the CIA, but now we know, Bryan Williams got the exclusive interview with him—Snowden interview

He told Williams he has worked undercover overseas for the Central Intelligence Agency and for the National Security Agency. He also worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency as a lecturer at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy where he says he developed sources and methods for keeping American information and people secure in the most hostile and dangers environments in the world.

So in that case, how do we know that this whole thing wasn’t rigged just to let the America People know, in a more controlled way, that the government was going to monitor them forevermore, and they should just get used to it?

Well we don’t. But, we do know that Obama made Snowdon out to be some little college boy computer hacker, when in fact, he was high level intelligence.

That Obama…such a kidder!


And speaking of kidders—- Hillary is definitely running for President. Her new book, goes full ‘BS” I want to be President mode…here’s a bit of the normal political garbage gobbledygook from the book Hillary no doubt paid someone to write for her:Hillary hard choices

“What’s true in our daily lives is also true at the highest levels of government. Keeping America safe, strong, and prosperous presents an endless set of choices, many of which come with imperfect information and conflicting imperatives.(I like how she gives herself excuses for her screw-ups here) … As Secretary of State I thought of our choices and challenges in three categories: The problems we inherited, including two wars and a global financial crisis; the new, often unexpected events and emerging threats, from the shifting sands of the Middle East (shifting sands? Really Hillary, so poetic) to the turbulent waters of the Pacific to the uncharted terrain of cyberspace; and the opportunities presented by an increasingly networked world (Yes, there’s that New World Order you guys love) that could help lay the foundation for American prosperity and leadership in the 21st century.

And WHY should we trust you again Hillary?

“All of us face hard choices in our lives,” Hillary Rodham Clinton writes at the start of this personal chronicle of years at the center of world events. “Life is about making such choices. Our choices and how we handle them shape the people we become.”

And we all know YOUR choice was to stay with a serial rapist in hopes that one day it would lead you to the White House. Wow. That’s a choice most of us wouldn’t have made. Where did you two really meet…at a Bilderberg meeting?

Supposedly the book sold over one million on Mother’s Day, and YET, it’s not made it into the top 100 on Amazon, so somewhere in some basement, lay a truckload of Hillary’s new book.

Nobody Knows who bought them, but I bet they will be popping up all over Iowa!

And about that popping up stuff:


Some poor people in Chicago are going to be delighted with their new Ipads from Obama.baby with Ipad

CHICAGO (AP) –  Around 140 iPads worth more than $70,000 have been stolen from an elementary school on Chicago’s West Side.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that burglary happened around 1 a.m. Monday at Charles Hughes Elementary School in the North Lawndale neighborhood.

According to the police report, at least two people broke into the school by shattering a window. Officers also found a window shattered in a second-floor room where safes were strewn about.

The school’s principal reported the stolen iPads to police and said they were valued at $70,500.

Hopefully, whoever gets sold one of these computers on the black market knows how to use one, because Nobody suspects that Ipads are being given to kids because THEY CANT WRITE! Nobody Knows whose going to pay for these stolen IPads, but it’s not going to be the poor kids in Africa, who could never afford one.

And speaking of affording..


Good news! The rich are helping the housing market!

As the housing recovery now moves in fits and still-weak starts, the super-pricey segment is sizzling. Sales of the most expensive 1 percent of homes in the U.S. are up 21 percent this year, according to a report from Redfin, a Seattle-based real estate brokerage. Sales in the remaining 99 percent are down 7.6 percent.

What does this mean? The Kardashinans will be buying another five houses, and as for the rest of us, if you have a house, odds are, you won’t be moving.

Nobody Knows why they left out all the foreigners buying house, because my neighborhood is turning into little Kabul.


And so, we end another week of ignorant bliss, wisely admitting all that we do not know…with words of wisdom from another famous heavy thinker, who actually knows quite a bit:

President Theodore Roosevelt said that his foreign policy was to “speak softly and carry a big stick.” President Barack Obama’s foreign policy is to speak loudly and carry a little stick. They say talk is cheap, but loose talk by a president of the United States can be very expensive in both blood and treasure. —Thomas Sowell

May 27, 2014 Posted by | Barack Obama, Bilderberg, CIA, Hillary, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

Nobody’s Perfect: ‘President’ Obama VS ‘President’ Putin

Nobody’s Perfect

This week we have a contest between ‘President Obama’ and ‘President’ Putin. Whose better at censorship?Putin's mistake

Putin REALLY wanted his Russian Olympics to show the world the music and the history of Russia and he spared no expense. It’s the most expensive Olympics ever held. So, when one of the rings in the Olympic symbol didn’t show up at the opening ceremonies, and the giant structure could not be illuminated by fireworks as planned…no problem. While the rest of the world saw the snowflake that didn’t blossom into a ring, Russia saw what Putin wanted them to see on THEIR T.V’s.

The ‘mistake never happened.”Putin at Olympics

Obama, on the other hand, while claiming to have the most transparent administration in history, has kept secret just about everything he does. Obamacare was done behind closed doors, the new Asia treaty is being done secretly without Congress, and today, he told French President …..

“I can do anything I want.”

Including, giving ‘stoned’ interviews, and censoring the news…just like Putin:Obama at Olympics

From Nourishing Obscurity (thanks to amfortas for the info)

This past Sunday evening former NSA contractor Edward Snowden sat down for an interview with German television network ARD.

The interview has been intentionally blocked from the US public, with virtually no major broadcast news outlets covering this story. In addition, the video has been taken down almost immediately every time it’s posted on YouTube.

In contrast, this was treated as a major political event in both print and broadcast media, in Germany, and across much of the world. In the interview, Mr. Snowden lays out a succinct case as to how these domestic surveillance programs undermine and erode human rights and democratic freedom.Edward Snowden

He states that his “breaking point” was “seeing Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, directly lie under oath to Congress” denying the existence of a domestic spying programs while under questioning in March of last year.

So which President wins the contest at being the biggest dictator when it comes to censorship this week?

Obama! It’s one thing to make an artistic decision, it’s quite another to bar the American people from being able to listen to one of the most important interviews held about the NSA.

And for that, Obama wins the gold.

And speaking of imperfection….

Does Bob Costas have pink eye? or was it just a case of Botox gone wrong? Let’s ask Joan Rivers, shall we?

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February 10, 2014 Posted by | Censorship, corruption, Uncategorized | , , , , | Leave a comment

Nobody’s Perfect: Edward Snowdon VS The United States Presidents

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.- Albert Einstein.

Nobody’s Perfect:

This week we have the NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowdon, VS the United States Government.

Let’s start with Edward Snowden.Edward Snowdon

A young man does an interview with the British paper, The Guardian, and tells the world that our government is spying on everything we do. He believes it’s wrong, and even though he knows he will be hunted down, and possibly killed, he did it anyway. After that statement, the man just disappeared. Snowden, and this is very important, allegedly downloaded the country’s most sensitive secrets, especially how the U.S. Government does surveillance abroad, so other countries would know how we spy on them. If it’s true, that’s not good, although I don’t for a minute believe that the rest of the world is that stupid, and didn’t know this anyway.

Since we haven’t heard from the man, we have no idea what the truth is. John Kerry, a man who lied big time about his own involvement in Vietnam, and who branded American soldiers as war-criminals when he was younger, said that “people may die as a consequence of what this man (Snowden) did.”

And, in a “I told you so” Nobody smirking moment, (Read yesterday’s post) John Kerry, our defense secretary, also said this:

“It is possible that the United States will be attacked because terrorists may now know how to protect themselves in some way or another, that they didn’t know before.,”

Life is wonderful when you can blame some insignificant nobody, isn’t it?

And then, we have The United States government:

When it comes to protecting the secrets of the United States, I think the Democrats make Edward Snowdon look like an amateur.

Take Bill Clinton. His North Korea appeasement program included a nuclear reactor. He also provided North Korea with detailed satellite photos of Kadena during the 1990’s as part of an “earth resources” deal with China. The U.S. Dept. of Commerce documents show the Chinese satellite “remote Sensing Center” was supplied with “world class remote sensing data acquisition, processing, archive and distribution” equipment. The state of the art satellite equipment was proved by Huges Corp.Nuclear China

In 1996, President Clinton personally signed an executive order releasing a wide variety of space and missile technology for export to China. That executive order was supported by the CEO’s of Lockheed, Loral, ad Huges and it allowed China to purchase sophisticated electronic guidance and control systems for its military missiles.

Remember: China helped Pakistan nuke up, and Pakistan helped North Korea, Iran and Iraq. All because Bill and his big military companies, wanted to make some money. In the meantime, he was encouraging all other nations, like Japan and India to not nuke at all.

So, Bill Clinton has made it possible for China to be able to nuke the United States. Any city. Any time. And now, North Korea. And yet, he is still adored.

That was treason of the highest order. No other way to look at it: Treason.

What else happened during Bill’s reign? Remember the Los Alamos fire? Opps, a Chinese spy got in and downloaded everything. In fact, in the last ten years that I have been reading about politics, I can’t count the number of times our secrets have been stolen. Remember when the head of the CIA was our biggest informer to Russia? Who let THAT happen? If this program is so damn good, how come we do not stop China from stealing all our good stuff?

And then you have the current President, who has continued to lie. He continues to fundamentally change our now, socialist America, into a soon- to -be communist dictator. He is flooding our shores with Muslims, and his cabinet with Muslim sympathizers. He let men die in Benghazi, sent the IRS after patriotic Americans, pushed Obamacare through in the middle of the night, and that’s only what we know of.

Who is the bigger monster here? Do we let him pass because we honor the office, even if it means the office is destroyed and replaced with a dictator?

So, who wins the Nobody’s Perfect award for the week?

Is Edward Snowdow out to kill innocent Americans? Or, do you trust the government that rules you now?

If you choose our government, then you are doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Snowdon, might be a lone traitor, we won’t know unless we hear him speak. BUT—Our own government has hurt, and will continue to hurt more of its own citizens that Edward could ever dream of hurting. You have to buy the ‘facts’ that everyone is telling you, that he intends to give all our secrets away.

And if he is a “traitor” is he any worse than a President that gave nuclear capability to China?Barack and Bill

To say the Edward Snowdon is a bigger traitor than Bill Clinton or Barack Obama is insanity. And to keep trusting the criminals in office, is just more insanity. But that just my lonely Nobody Opinions.

(Information taken from Newsmax articel: China Acquires Missile Technology– Charles R. Smith, May 17, 2007)

June 24, 2013 Posted by | American History, corruption, Presidents | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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