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One of the most evil tyrannies that government uses to mask its true intentions is when they show up at your home to do something against your will and proclaim they have a right to do it because the “law” gave them the right to do it. Such is the case of Jennifer Stahl who has been a strong advocate against the installation of smart meters on Naperville, Ill., homes. Jennifer, her husband and a handful of other patriots in Naperville have organized against smart meter electrical monitoring devices as they know that the push of these digital meters is phase one of a United Nations plan called Agenda 21 where the data collected from the meters will be studied to help support a charge in extra fees for excessive, or “unsupported” electrical activity that would require additional taxes in “carbon credits.” (CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON AGENDA 21) The future “taxes” on reckless electrical use—such as doing too many loads of laundry in one day to having a home’s heat turned up “too high” are ways that government intends to “nudge” society into buying into the socialism of the green movement—which in essence is the United Nations way of grabbing power and sovereignty from the United States to reduce it’s technological growth so that other countries like Zimbabwe, New Guinea, and India can catch up during the 21st Century. It’s the electrical version of “wealth redistribution” played out in across the world stage—and smart meters are one of the tools the United Nations intends to use to implement it. Read more at the article link below:
It is highly unlikely that the electrical workers installing the meters knew anything about the intention of the meters. Their employers told them to install the meters and like all mindless drones just waiting to get off work so they can grab a beer, they did exactly what they were told. To them the digital meters were simply replacing the analogue meters of old—so there was no harm—no foul. It is also unlikely that the police who have been arresting protestors like Jennifer Stahl know anything about the real intention of Agenda 21. All they know is that the electrical workers and power company as part of the contract to deliver power to individual homes has a legal right to their property—that supersedes the rights of the homeowner who maintains the property—and they will enforce the law with force if necessary—without further thought. Nobody knows the origin of these laws, where they came from, or questions the reason that such intrusions on Jennifer Stahl’s sovereignty are wrong at the most fundamental of American rights. Society has grown so used to such intrusions over a long period of time that the original meanings have been lost to time.
The Stahl case is an excellent example of why the NDAA Act President Obama signed into law on New Years Eve of 2011 is so dangerous in the future, because like the power companies right to impose its will on its electrical subscribers, the government can arrest anybody at any time and to hell with the Constitution if the president deems such action necessary for the “security of the state.” Security is ill defined and may actually only represent the political “security” of one party over another which is very similar to the origin of the laws that protect the power companies into sustaining their monopolies over the private rights of homeowners like Jennifer Stahl. Power companies yield to the United Nations smart meter program without protest while at the same time using law enforcement to maintain their will. The power company who supplies electrical power to Jennifer Stahl’s home has the legal right to destroy her property in order to maintain access to their property which intrudes her home. Their rights supersede hers in the eyes of the court, which has been shaped by lobby power from the electrical company. The deal was probably made in a Chicago strip club between Jennifer’s elected representatives, the power company lobbyist, representatives of the electrical line workers union, and attorneys to write legislation that would protect power companies having access to their equipment at all times for the “safety” of society, and enable them to deliver power to Naperville—“collectively, without unnecessary restrictions.” United Nations members sitting around a similar strip club in Geneva puffing on big cigars and patting themselves on the back at how “worldly” they are while stuffing dollar bills in the G-string of an 18-year-old girl stolen from her family in Sumatra, came up with a similar plan. The United Nations members were aware of the laws in the United States protecting power companies and their monopolies, so they conjured up a scheme called “smart meters” to regulate carbon emissions as they smacked the young Sumatran girl on the ass and laughed about it. In their view, they are heroes for saving the planet. Deep down inside they hope that saving a planet can erase away the sins they commit on a daily basis as they cheat on their wives and betray their family legacies with such dishonor by indulging in modern sexual slavery with great bravado.
All this happens against the will of Jennifer Stahl who can do nothing to protect her home but allow herself to be arrested and hope that people wake up and take notice. She doesn’t even know what to say in her own defense as the police arrested her. She doesn’t want to sound like a kook telling the media that the smart meters are part of an elaborate scheme hatched by the United Nations and that somehow they have managed to touch the lives of all the people in Naperville, Ill., even though it’s the truth. The situation is just too big for her to make a rational argument in protest. She doesn’t know how to communicate that the original crime was committed in the cozy political relationship between her power company, labor unions, and her elected representatives who are all intent to provide her power company with a monopoly, which protects the union jobs of the line workers and everyone else in the process from any type of competition. The same laws that protect the power company’s rights to access Jennifer’s property and do whatever they have to do to protect their equipment while there also protects the power company against the innovation of Jennifer and her husband should they discover that they could build their own thorium reactor and supply power to their own home completely off the grid bypassing their electricity provider all together. The power company is protected from such a measure through zoning regulations—also shaped by those same Geneva law makers. They have deemed such self-electrical generation to be unsafe, and they impose steep fines for attempting to do such a thing, making the endeavor nearly impossible. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON THORIUM POWER. In this way zoning regulators, trustees, county commissioners, congressional representatives, senators, and attorneys in courts all across America find themselves wagged by a tail that originates in Geneva. Nobody knows how they got where they are and they have no idea where they are going. All they have room for in the grand scheme of thinking is to contemplate whether or not the Baltimore Ravens will beat the San Francisco 49ers in the upcoming Super Bowl. The situational politics is too complicated for them to fathom individually.
But a few people have their arms around the situation at least partially, and that is Jennifer Stahl and her supportive husband—along with a few neighborhood friends. The root of the evil is in the political will to protect electrical union workers and their monopolies by holding down alternative power providers like thorium where every home could have their own fission reactor. If Jennifer and her husband had no collective need for power because they generated their own as every home in their neighborhood did, then the power company, the sleazy politicians, and the slobs in the Geneva strip joint would lose their legal right to intrude on Jennifer’s property—and that is really what everyone in a position of power fears. By arresting Jennifer for defending her property, authorities hope to send a message that compliance will be enforced by rule of law. Jennifer on the other hand hopes that she will inspire others to resist as she did and so goes a game of tug-of-war in space without any real point of reference because the battle takes place outside the actual boundaries of accepted reality.
The answer to all this is in allowing the technology that would allow Jennifer to be free of her power company, United Nation politicians, and even the local police to emerge. Jennifer should not be forced into an unholy alliance with a power company intent to maintain its market monopoly over her life. The information collected by the smart meters is too intrusive into the daily function of Jennifer’s life. It is not the United Nations business to know how many loads of laundry is done in the Stahl household on any given day. Their so-called dedication to preserving “mother earth” does not give them right or dominion over the Stahl family’s business as much as they wish it did, and try to make it so through twisted laws concocted by ladder climbing attorney interns. The fight over smart meters is just beginning. It can only be hoped that enough people wake up to the scam before things get too far out-of-hand. In the face of such tyranny, it is important to know what the options are, and in this situation the solution is in thorium. Thorium breaks the monopoly grip of power companies and the unholy alliance they have with politics and are the best hope of bringing freedom to every household in America without the prying eyes of perverts and thieves from Geneva peeking into our homes through a smart meter.
Thorium, symbol Th, radioactive metallic element with an atomic number of 90 and an atomic weight of 232.038. Its isotopes range in atomic mass number from 212 to 236. Thorium is a member of the actinide series of the periodic table (see Periodic Law). Small quantities of thorium are found in thorite, which is thorium silicate, as well as in other compounds. Larger deposits occur mainly as thorium oxide in the monazite sands of India and Brazil. Thorium is a potential nuclear fuel source, because it can be made to yield the isotope uranium-233, which is used in nuclear fission (see Nuclear Energy). Thorium metal is used in magnesium alloys and as a stabilizing component of electronic tubes. Thorium oxide is used in light filaments and electrodes and also as a catalyst.
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Update from Jennifer Stahl in case those reading this are interested in supporting their cause:
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The reason I am so hard on public education and the college system in America is because they have let us down. I mean educators are always talking about how important education is to our society, but look around. Just a quick glance around the grocery store would seem to indicate massive failure of our education system that is unquestionable. The greed, and politics involved in all of education has left our society dangerously dim-witted as a nation, and I do not care if it hurts the feelings of the people who I’m thinking of. We are well beyond a point of no return and the quality of the people in America today is a direct result of our educational system. The American people are the direct result of the kind of things they pour into their brains, and much of the garbage that we see today can be blamed on politics and the kind of education shaped by it. Education does not get a free pass because of the children involved. Quite the contrary, we should look hard at ourselves for our future generations and consider if this is the best that we can do, because if it is—we might as well fold up the tent and go home.
The situation is so bad in America that I am actually surprised when I meet someone with half a brain and that should not be the case. We have allowed ourselves to believe that being “cool” is being stupid, and this is the heart of the problem. This is also why I have so much anger at progressives, because it is they who have advocated such nonsense. No civilization can aspire to new heights when stupidity is craved and intelligence is punished. The math just does not add up, and anyone who supports such a structure is an enemy of the state.
Peter Griffin from Family Guy and Homer Simpson from the Simpsons do not represent life in my family. I find Homer and Peter reprehensible. I do laugh at the jokes because there is truth in them, but there is also sadness. These days whenever an opinion is given, people feel they must add the small line—“I’m no expert but—“ before giving their opinion. This is because our legal culture has turned everyone into an expert in a specialized field. If one is not an expert, then they are not qualified to provide their opinion. This has led our society to behave like a bunch of mindless drones ill-equipped to pass any kind of judgment or opinion, and under such eyes evil spreads, because there is nobody to check it. Nobody feels “qualified” to cast an opinion so they don’t. Instead they just go with the flow as a brainless blob of energy whisks everyone through life aimlessly. As a result, society is regressing at an astonishing rate and there may be no repair for it. I am beginning to think that Armageddon won’t be a fabulously evil chapter of fire and brimstone emanating from devils as they roam the earth, but a bunch of brainless thugs chanting for their union rights as their minds refuse to instruct them how to walk to the end of their driveways. These minds of the future may only be capable of stuffing their faces with food, while laughing endlessly at their ability to belch and fart.
Since I was a very small child, I have despised belching and farting—because there is something about those basic human tasks that point to un-sophistication. When a baby craps in their diaper they smile because they are aware that they did something. Their mind produced an action that they see, feel and smell manifesting in reality. But when a 10-year-old does the same, it is an insult to the intelligence that the youth has achieved so far in their life. Such things should no longer be funny to them at age ten. They should be smarter, and striving for higher pleasures. But the situation is even worse when a 40-year-old man does such a thing. A man should be proud of the products of their minds, not their ability to shit their pants or pass digestive gases from their mouths. That is the world we live in today, just visit a sports bar during a football playoff game. Farting is more honorable than reading a book, and that is why our society is so damn stupid.
Many expect me to apologize for some of my insulting comments, but I won’t do it, because many people insult me just by their public exhibition of stupidity. I place the blame on the backs of politicians and education squarely. Both have failed miserably, and do not deserve money, pity, or a continuation of their destructive behavior. If there was ever an enemy to the human race, it is the belching 40-year-old who is too stupid to pay attention to anything but a sports score. But worse than that are the people who failed to teach that poor soul that he was more than just a biological entity that could eat, have sex, and exhaust bodily gases. Our society is full of these Homer Simpson’s and it is one of the greatest tragedies the human race has ever suffered that so many of them exist at the same time.
Who else is there to blame but those who taught them to be that way?
Does anybody remember the dark days of the evil teacher union empires, when they organized in the halls of our schools and demanded more money for their whole 9 months of work? They’ve been kind of quiet lately, haven’t they? They’ve been pretty mellow for about 16 months now—ironically, about the same amount of time that I’ve been doing this blog—I wonder if there is any coincidence? ( LOL)
Well, you can pat yourself on the back for part of that. Finally tax payers are learning what type of scam has been pulled over their eyes for many years now by being told so much money was demanded for the teaching of our young, because we needed “quality” teachers in our classrooms. However, by the rash of scandals happening all over Cincinnati, most recently in Highlands High School in Northern Kentucky involving teachers having massive amounts of sex with the student population, it would seem the quality of our teachers are being recruited from Hooters and The Brass Ass strip clubs instead of Americas highest institutions of learning.
Yet during the above interview one must wonder who dropped mustache man Stuart Bassman on his head. His loose use of the word “compassion” is straight out of the progressive handbook of apologist behavior. Sorry Stuart, but the compassion is all used up buddy. I don’t give a rat’s ass whose hurting emotionally inside. They can hurt on their time, but when a teacher is in the classroom, they are “owned” by the community, and do not have a right to have sex with kids, no matter what their age.
For those out there with common sense, this is just one more example of what kind of quality we can see in the modern teaching profession. Make sure to send this article to all your friends and family so that when their local school asks for more money with a tax increase, they’ll know what their hard-earned money has bought them.
Oh, sorry teachers reading this—you think I’m being a big mean man. You wonder what I think a good teacher is, what I think would be worth the extraordinary amounts of money that we pay teachers. Well, I do have a teacher in mind who if our schools were filled with them, you’d hear no complaints by me.
Meet Miss Beadle. Now this is a teacher.
Instead, what we get are nymphomaniacs who can’t even wait to get home before having sex with young male students. Not my idea of a quality education.
Be sure to pass this on to someone who needs to learn what they are paying for in education.
This is what people are saying about my new book–Tail of the Dragon
What does a PR director do at a school system? Why would the tax payers need to hire such a person? Yet Lakota, the school system in my community is hiring a new one with a pay range between $69,000 and $94,000 per year! That’s a very good salary, but what is the reason for this position? What necessitates the hiring of such a person if the goal of the education institution is to simply teach our children? (Below you can see Laura Kursman in action doing what PR directors do.)
As anyone who reads here often knows, I have done a lot of PR work. I have done hundreds and hundreds of interviews with all levels of the media, print, radio, and television. I’ve designed and coded websites along with all the content. I’ve written hundreds of thousands of promotional material which is what a public relations employee does. With that qualifier there isn’t any reason that I see why a school system would need to hire a PR director. Even at a large school like Lakota which has 22 buildings and approximately 2000 employees and 18,000 students, there simply isn’t enough work with the media around town to justify 8 hours of work per day 5 days a week. The work of a PR person might be required to type up press releases, and assuming Lakota had news to report every day, a press release only takes an hour or so to prepare. If it takes longer than that, the PR person doesn’t know what they are doing. Statements to the press take 15 to 20 minutes. I’ve given such statements to the entire media of Cincinnati and did so between my morning meetings and lunch without there being any difficulty. If you are the type of person who is good at that kind of thing, which most PR people are, that kind of work is a breeze.
With those qualifiers I do not see why Lakota needs a PR person as a fulltime staff member. It just doesn’t make any sense. At best there is about 15 hours of work per week for such an employee to perform and paying $69,000 to $90,000 per year for 15 hours of work per week is not a good use of money. These PR tasks should be handled by the school superintendent for general issues, and for individual sports stories and extracurricular activity work of specific students the coaches and teachers should easily be able to handle the job. No school should hire a PR director. There is only one reason I can think of that a school would need to hire this type of person, and that is to pass school levies.
To prove my point lets examine why Lakota is hiring a new PR director. Laura Kursman mysteriously has been on a leave of absence from the role she has performed for Lakota since 2008. In September of 2011 she has been off her PR director job and Ashire Communications president Elliot Grossman has been hired as a PR consultant since that time. So where has Laura been, and why did Lakota pay her $90,000 to go away making her officially off the payroll effective Tuesday, (Today)?
Well, Superintendent Mantia and School Board President Joan Powell have been tight-lipped about the whole deal involving Laura Kursman and have not been very forthcoming regarding the details of Laura’s disappearance. It’s entirely possible that Laura was being blamed for the failed levies since she was the PR director, whatever the issue was, Lakota is in an awful hurry to part with her. We can only speculate on this issue because Lakota has not been open in their reasoning, and the cloak and dagger tactics with the public smells bad.
Well, newsflash Lakota administration, the Lakota levies have been failing because the tax requests are founded on ignorance and a lack of financial understanding. And in addition to that, I have been handling the PR obligations of the No Lakota Levy group which has opposed the Lakota levy attempts and I have done by Lakota Math approximately $500,000 worth of PR work to fight the levies and I’ve done it out of the kindness of my heart because I believe the Lakota Pro Tax position is a danger to my community and is acting in a parasitic way to continued economic growth. And I will continue to perform that task in the future. Pushing Laura out the door with $90,000 of our money in her pocket so Lakota can hire someone the administration likes better to advance future levy campaign battles doesn’t seem very responsible to me.
I thought Laura did a pretty good job. She handled the child molester Ryan Fahrenkemp the best she could. And Lakota managed to keep the lid on a sex scandal involving a high school teacher, a high-profile principal and the parent of a special needs child without the story going ballistic because Laura and her crew of spin control technicians diffused the issue effectively. All those issues took place in 2011. And the school levies are purely a lack of management driven by excessive labor union expectations. It’s not Laura’s fault that the superintendents and school board members are all on the same side as the labor unions. I mean you can’t polish a pile of shit into a diamond, yet Laura did try. But that is what the school district thinks they are going to do by hiring a new PR director, is find an employee who can make shit look like a diamond and spin the truth around on itself so that Lakota residents will pass future levies and continue paying the contract expectations of the labor union.
Imagine how much money Lakota would have if they just played the game straight. If they weren’t worried about manipulating the community with a PR director they could save that salary. And they wouldn’t have had to pay off the previous employee with a $90,000 fee. Lakota also spent almost 50K in fees just looking for a new superintendent who was less than 70 miles away who they ended up paying almost a quarter million dollars for in total compensation. What does the superintendent do all day if she’s not balancing the budget and handling PR obligations? Those two financial mistakes happened within 4 months of each other, and those are the situations we know about. Can you imagine how much waste is going on that we don’t know about? During the last levy campaign the pro Lakota levy group spent $12,000 on consultants to advise them how to pass the school levy. That’s just the way these people think, they spend a lot of money hiring people to do the jobs they should be doing and often accomplish nothing in the process.
That is why the Lakota School District is trying to hire another PR director so that they can attempt to hide stories like what was described above with “spin” so that the district can maintain a successful public image while they blow hundreds of thousands of dollars on sheer stupidity, like paying off Kursman $90,000 by Dec. 16. Lakota is paying Kursman in the form of three checks: $44,000, with no withholdings for taxes or any other deductions; $44,000, less deductions for applicable federal, state and local income and employment taxes; and $2,000 made payable to Freking & Betz LLC. The $90,000 came from the general fund. Isn’t that nice. Oh, by the way, Freking & Betz LLC is a personal injury law firm. (Somebody owes the public an explanation.)
That’s a lot of money taken from a lot of properties around West Chester and Liberty Twp. And the administrators who pay those bills seem to have no concept on what the value of a dollar is which is why they always ask for more in the form of taxes. To them money is like popcorn. All you do when you run out is pop more. And when a school district runs out of money that they’ve consumed like drunken sailors, they simply ask for another tax levy, and hire a PR director to make shit look like a diamond because with all the consumption of money Lakota does, that is mostly what comes out.
I thought of Lakota this morning while I was walking our dogs and ironically that is where the economic metaphor came from. My wife was complaining that we were out of dog food again, and she was right. We had just bought a big bag of it two weeks ago and now it was gone. Where did it go? As I watched my dogs go to the bathroom in the gentle December rain and specifically shit all over my yard I thought of Lakota. The dogs do three things, they eat, they sleep and they use the restroom. Dogs are basically defecation factories. Sure dogs keep us company to some extent and occupy our time. They bark and make noise every now and then, but their primary function is to eat and defecate. And so does the school system. They eat tax dollars, take credit for the growth of our kids but truly only provide some basic care service. Most of what schools take in ends up as waste just like a dog.
As I stood in the rain and looked at the nice little prize that one of my fattest dogs left in my yard steaming in the cool air fresh from my dog’s rectum, I thought of Laura Kursman and her $90,000 parting gift. Aren’t they both the same thing? The dog ate a lot of food, used some of the energy to bark and look out the window. Laura Kursman took in a lot of money and barked a little bit and looked out the window, what else does a PR director do, nothing productive. Once the food moved through my dog’s body that food he ate a few days ago and didn’t turn into fat or energy ended up in my yard. And Laura once she had taken in all she could and was given more food to just spew it back out in the form of waste, with nothing of any value given back from the investment of money spent.
To read more of this interesting story catch the article by Steven Mathews here: Sounds like there’s a lot more to this story that will be forthcoming.
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