Posted by: veritytwo | January 5, 2013

Loonys Arise

Big time preaching to the choir here but I’ll put this out front again to be followed by another, thus the title


    • Of course we “see one of the conspirators” right there as Brzezinski, {chuckle chuckle…}

      As he describes these “conspiracy kooks” as, the ones coming from the right saying it is a conspiracy one certain terms, and then the left making accusations of the conspiracy on other and opposite terms;
      Brzeninski hides behind the veil of the Hegelian Dialectic…which he is certainly a master of putting into play.

      As H G Wells made clear more than a century ago, it will be on one hand an “Open Conspiracy”__what else is possible for an agenda that must work out its policies on the global stage?
      But on the other hand, it is more than obvious since the National Security State is now normative, that there is the secret machinations as well. And the GOAL of all this is the central secret.

      Brzeninski actually articulates this goal, pretending ‘tongue and cheek’ in a clip on the radio show I offer below…
      Essential his admission can be summed up in the words, “Global Feudal System”. This system is obviously a neo-feudal agenda, one that is best characterized as the ‘Global Corporatist-Feudal System’.

      And this is NOT something that is “going to happen” – it IS happening.
      It is a PROCESS. The process will proceed regardless of the fraudulent conceptualization of “ends” {as used in the excuse; “Ends justify the means.”

      Nothing ‘ends’ until this whole story of the human race is over. How long that might be is always a tricky question. The prospects seem to be very dim as per making past this oncoming decade.

      While it is the vast majority who are desperate, the system will continue…it is when the top minority become desperate that the fullness of danger will arise. We all know the phrase about the danger of a cornered rat.



    This radio presentation by Corbett, as graciously sent to me by Veri as well, puts these videos in a perspective that Corbett is so masterful in expressing.
    . . . . . . . ..
    New World Order is myth of “conspiracy theorist”…”the kooks”

    I recommend this book from the Council On Foreign Relations:

    Edited by Graham Allison and Gregory F Treverton


  2. Ziggy another vampire that needs a stake through the heart.

    LOVE Ruppert’s throw away line at the end… “the Third Reich did not lose the 2nd World War, it just changed venues.” How true is that?

  3. “The Third Reich did not lose the 2nd World War, it just changed venues.”

    Da…This is something I figured out in my twenties.


    • It was all the same triangle just different angles with different planes,
      reflecting different faces while all along containing all the same energy, product and area.

      The invisible 9 -all seeing @ has delivered constructs Communism, Fascism and Demoncracy and is constructing a perfect world order based upon the e-experiences , i-experiments and o-data mining of the hi-stories. When the information is false, the resulting synthesis is false, but unknown until such time as it is fully integrated.

      Zbig, Clinton and others have made serious mention of the information leaks and the effect of the awakening at [0] The triads, pentaCons and hexadecimal system they have co-opted for their benefit are becoming our defenses.

      It explains the need for total control of the resources, assets and energy in order to hold power. Obviously now we should see this bigger picture as it can easliy be identified in the spheres of influence, our 3d reality and in our thoughts.

      Erin Lansing should have seen this on the graph image I posted. The entire secret of Freemasonry is explained as well as religon, philosophy and other scams that attempt to hold you within the 3-6 vector and off the infinite power. He, she may be just an alghorithm find and replace as are millions of facebook profiles, twitter frequencies or WP lingo-jingo portals.

      • Put’s a new meaning to the phrase:

        “Dressed to the nines”…

        Everything is dressed to the nines…addressed to the nines… nursery rhymes and wedding chimes enemy mines and melon rinds.

        Mary’s baby rose after three days behind the stone.
        They say he sits there now upon a throne.
        And even when we’re all alone we know that someone is watching.

        Is it the big mad daddy in the sky?
        Or that pyramid’s unfinished eye?
        Who am I to wonder why?
        I think I’ll play solo gin rummy.


        • That’s right on. nine lives, love potion #9 Dantes nine, the Tet (really offensive) and the entire system in Masonic numerology.

          It’s inescapable.

          3-9-6 or 6-9-3

          • 3 6 9 the goose drank wine.. the monkey chewed tobacco on the street car line.. the line broke..the monkey got choked and they all went to heaven in a little row boat…. a little song from my jump roping days.

            9 was always my lucky number as a kid. When I played the wheel of fortune down the shore in summer, I’d place my quarter on #9 and won many stuffed animals back in the day. However, it lost it’s magical luster in adult hood.

            • I never heard that Deb. nonsensical? Not if you spent time to dissect the Mother of all sequence. The system is used in every sport, scoring and gaming. Only fools use 11 in the participation.

              I bet you were hell on wheels in three player jumping🙂


    Zbig -Afghan /USSR- October surprise – Suddam Hussein all the way to today, still licking the chops of bilderberg on Iran

    Read: Gary Sicks book


    “On that day, we’ll stand on the peak of the mountain and raise a new flag and all will be well, all will be tranquil, and the seas will part and a man wearing desert robes emblazoned with a red Chinese star and a Star of David and a Hammer and Sickle and a photoshopped picture of Thomas Jefferson embracing David Rockefeller will come striding toward us…and angels and cherubs will dance around his head, and squadrons of mosquito drones will glow in his energy field, and synthetic electromagnetic love will pour out of his every cell, and holographic ads for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Chase and Citi will light up the sky, and we will fall to our knees and submit.

    That’s the money shot.”~Jon Rappoport


    Wait, wait…I watch XXX – I know what a “money shot” is…

  6. “I give up, I love Big Brother now.”~Lauren Marems – 2001

    I hate to be the constant doomsayer, but it has been my experience that what I had seen coming for years ahead of actualization has come to pass, and that on this arc of decent, the eventual Balkanization of Amerika seems inevitable.


  7. little more to spice this up

    The Sydney Morning Herald

    The four business gangs that run the US
    Date December 31, 2012
    Ross Gittins
    The Sydney Morning Herald’s Economics Editor

    IF YOU’VE ever suspected politics is increasingly being run in the interests of big business, I have news: Jeffrey Sachs, a highly respected economist from Columbia University, agrees with you – at least in respect of the United States.

    In his book, The Price of Civilisation, he says the US economy is caught in a feedback loop. ”Corporate wealth translates into political power through campaign financing, corporate lobbying and the revolving door of jobs between government and industry; and political power translates into further wealth through tax cuts, deregulation and sweetheart contracts between government and industry. Wealth begets power, and power begets wealth,” he says.

    Sachs says four key sectors of US business exemplify this feedback loop and the takeover of political power in America by the ”corporatocracy”.

    First is the well-known military-industrial complex. ”As [President] Eisenhower famously warned in his farewell address in January 1961, the linkage of the military and private industry created a political power so pervasive that America has been condemned to militarisation, useless wars and fiscal waste on a scale of many tens of trillions of dollars since then,” he says.

    Second is the Wall Street-Washington complex, which has steered the financial system towards control by a few politically powerful Wall Street firms, notably Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley and a handful of other financial firms.

    These days, almost every US Treasury secretary – Republican or Democrat – comes from Wall Street and goes back there when his term ends. The close ties between Wall Street and Washington ”paved the way for the 2008 financial crisis and the mega-bailouts that followed, through reckless deregulation followed by an almost complete lack of oversight by government”.

    Third is the Big Oil-transport-military complex, which has put the US on the trajectory of heavy oil-imports dependence and a deepening military trap in the Middle East, he says.

    ”Since the days of John D. Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Trust a century ago, Big Oil has loomed large in American politics and foreign policy. Big Oil teamed up with the automobile industry to steer America away from mass transit and towards gas-guzzling vehicles driving on a nationally financed highway system.”

    Big Oil has consistently and successfully fought the intrusion of competition from non-oil energy sources, including nuclear, wind and solar power.

    It has been at the side of the Pentagon in making sure that America defends the sea-lanes to the Persian Gulf, in effect ensuring a $US100 billion-plus annual subsidy for a fuel that is otherwise dangerous for national security, Sachs says.

    ”And Big Oil has played a notorious role in the fight to keep climate change off the US agenda. Exxon-Mobil, Koch Industries and others in the sector have underwritten a generation of anti-scientific propaganda to confuse the American people.”

    Fourth is the healthcare industry, America’s largest industry, absorbing no less than 17 per cent of US gross domestic product.

    ”The key to understanding this sector is to note that the government partners with industry to reimburse costs with little systematic oversight and control,” Sachs says. ”Pharmaceutical firms set sky-high prices protected by patent rights; Medicare [for the aged] and Medicaid [for the poor] and private insurers reimburse doctors and hospitals on a cost-plus basis; and the American Medical Association restricts the supply of new doctors through the control of placements at medical schools.

    ”The result of this pseudo-market system is sky-high costs, large profits for the private healthcare sector, and no political will to reform.”

    Now do you see why the industry put so much effort into persuading America’s punters that Obamacare was rank socialism? They didn’t succeed in blocking it, but the compromised program doesn’t do enough to stop the US being the last rich country in the world without universal healthcare.

    It’s worth noting that, despite its front-running cost, America’s healthcare system doesn’t leave Americans with particularly good health – not as good as ours, for instance. This conundrum is easily explained: America has the highest-paid doctors.

    Sachs says the main thing to remember about the corporatocracy is that it looks after its own. ”There is absolutely no economic crisis in corporate America.

    ”Consider the pulse of the corporate sector as opposed to the pulse of the employees working in it: corporate profits in 2010 were at an all-time high, chief executive salaries in 2010 rebounded strongly from the financial crisis, Wall Street compensation in 2010 was at an all-time high, several Wall Street firms paid civil penalties for financial abuses, but no senior banker faced any criminal charges, and there were no adverse regulatory measures that would lead to a loss of profits in finance, health care, military supplies and energy,” he says.

    The 30-year achievement of the corporatocracy has been the creation of America’s rich and super-rich classes, he says. And we can now see their tools of trade.

    ”It began with globalisation, which pushed up capital income while pushing down wages. These changes were magnified by the tax cuts at the top, which left more take-home pay and the ability to accumulate greater wealth through higher net-of-tax returns to saving.”

    Chief executives then helped themselves to their own slice of the corporate sector ownership through outlandish awards of stock options by friendly and often handpicked compensation committees, while the Securities and Exchange Commission looked the other way. It’s not all that hard to do when both political parties are standing in line to do your bidding, Sachs concludes.

    Fortunately, things aren’t nearly so bad in Australia. But it will require vigilance to stop them sliding further in that direction

    Read more:

    • Yup it’s forced farts gone juicy…


  8. My name is $. Ian Bremmer, Mr. Cryptic and the Apotheosis. I refuse to believe it’s Barry and the Second Coming. He can’t pull it off.

    Here’s what we came up with:

    1. Nobody — In a G-Zero world, everyone is waiting for someone else to shoulder responsibility for the world’s toughest and most dangerous challenges. The leaders you’ll see named further down this list are preoccupied with local and regional problems and don’t have the interest and leverage needed to take on a growing list of transnational problems.

    2. Vladimir Putin — In Russia’s personalized system, this is still the person who counts. He isn’t as popular as he used to be, and his country has no Soviet-scale clout or influence, but no one on the planet has consolidated more domestic and regional power than Putin.

    3. Ben Bernanke — The world’s largest economy is still struggling to find its footing. To help, no one has more levers to pull and buttons to push. The world needs the U.S. economy back on its feet, and Bernanke has more direct influence than anyone else on when and how that happens.

    4. Angela Merkel — For the moment, her commitments are the glue that binds Europe. Merkel’s ability to bankroll Europe’s emergency funds, win concessions from the governments of cash-strapped peripherals, and maintain solid popularity at home continues to be a remarkable political and policy achievement.

    5. Barack Obama — Even at a time when Washington is focused almost entirely on Washington, the elected leader of the world’s most powerful and influential country carries a lot of water. The Obama administration will watch the eurozone from the sidelines and keep commitments in the Middle East to a minimum, but America will continue to broaden and deepen security and commercial relationships in East Asia, and Obama’s decisions on how far and how fast to move will be crucial.

    6. Mario Draghi — Europe’s backstop. Europe’s Central Bank has kept the continent’s blood flowing at a crucial moment in its history, and his work is far from done.

    7. Xi Jinping — China’s forward progress is the world’s most important variable, and Xi Jinping is now the man behind the wheel. Over the next decade, economic and political reforms will be needed to keep China on track, and Xi will make some difficult (and profoundly important) decisions.

    8 (tie). Ayatollah Khamenei — The supreme spiritual and political authority in a country at the heart of a volatile region. Halfway through 2013, Ahmadinejad will give way to a new president, but it is still Khamenei who will decide how the international fight over Iran’s nuclear program plays out — and what the future holds for the Islamic Republic.

    8 (tie). Christine Lagarde — The world’s fire marshal. Here is that rare leader whose contribution will be crucial in multiple regions at once. But nowhere will the IMF’s work be more important than in keeping Europe on track.

    10. King Abdullah Bin Abd al-Aziz — King of a kingdom with a unique power to move markets. The Saudi monarch is not in the best of health, but the choices he makes in determining who lead the world’s hydrocarbon powerhouse into the next generation will help shape the entire global economy for many years to come.

    • Notice, no nine and no one. His name is $.

  9. If you haven’t seen this Obama hypocrisy — check it out!


    Would you give LIARS control over your inalienable Right to Self-Defense? Would that be prudent?

    • That was not really a “gun shop” in Georgia, it is actually a pawnshop in Thomasville, GA that I have been in numerous times…yea, they carry a lot of guns, new and old. Funny seeing the place on YousTupid…

      Let’s face it, it is 2013 the year of the full court press for tyranny USA
      it is going to be a long hard scrap and scrabble.


      • BTW, regardless of what the gun laws are in GA, I met a lot of guys that had full on machine-guns there, big caliber military weapons. Taking down Georgia is going to be one of the biggest deals for the Feds.


  10. “There is no public uproar over the idea that national defense requires that US citizens lose the protection of law that is granted by the US Constitution. When citizens stand defenseless before their own government, what national defense do they have?

    The obvious conclusion is that most Americans are indifferent to liberty and are content with tyranny.”~Dr Paul Craig Roberts

    America’s Descent into Deception and Tyranny: Agenda Prevails Over Truth


  11. NWO is classified

    Blowing the whistle on Obama’s America

  12. This is a bit of a yank away from the current thread. According to Wikipedia a complete hoax. For many of us maybe wishful thinking given what we see to be. The Crabwood one mirrors our perceptions. Odd though, even for Wikipedia, (the skeptics bible) I read a sense of bewilderment at some of it as what’s also seen in ufology. It can’t all be explained away so easily.

    • Most unusual.

    • More loon stuff, I’m begging to ask how Bob and Doug or the Discovery Channel crew did these using boards and rope and coat hanger aiming devices on their baseball caps or gps’s or whatever. Shame they don’t come forward and take a bow for it. Quite a feat, most people would want recognition for something this magnificent. Heaven forbid that it was done differently.

  13. “Someday me go back China never see no more potato”

    ~the cook in KING KONG, 1933


  14. I wonder if a large headed Gore is in that system talking climate change and depopulation. Mr. Potato-head?

    • Sorry about the repeat of the RT vid – I thought I was posting the one below…

    • The Oregano is bettah…

  15. A bit of a softening from the top of the rank and file? To impress who, me thinks they know we’re looking.


    Major Test for Israel Lobby As Obama Leans to Hagel for Pentagon
    by PHANTOM REPORT on JANUARY 6, 2013
    Source: North Africa United

    With President Barack Obama reportedly primed to nominate former Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel to head the Pentagon early next week, the powerful Israel lobby, led by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), faces a major dilemma.

    If it mounts a vigorous campaign to fight Hagel’s confirmation by the Senate, it could put at serious risk its relations with the president, who is about to be inaugurated for another four-year term.

    Worse, if it loses such a campaign, the aura of near-invincibility that it has assiduously cultivated over the past 30 years – and which has translated into virtually unanimous votes on resolutions in both houses of Congress in support of Israeli policies from the Occupied West Bank to Iran – will suffer a serious blow.

    Yet, if it acquiesces in Hagel’s confirmation, it will result in the placement in a critical foreign policy post of a man who prides himself on his independence.

    Hagel has expressed strong scepticism about – if not opposition to – war with Iran, and, despite a record of strong support for Israel’s defence needs, has not hesitated to publicly criticise both the Israeli government and its supporters here for pursuing actions that have, in his view, harmed Washington’s strategic interests in the Middle East.

    “Hagel’s nomination presents AIPAC and other like-minded groups with a tough choice,” said Stephen Walt, a Harvard professor and co-author of the 2007 “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy.” “They may not like his reasonable approach toward Iran and his willingness to speak the truth about certain Israeli policies, but he’s a decorated war hero who is hardly hostile to Israel.”

    That Hagel will indeed be nominated has not been officially confirmed, and two possible alternatives – Deputy Defence Secretary Ashton Carter and former Undersecretary of Defence for Policy Michele Flournoy – have reportedly been fully vetted for the post. Both have served under the Obama and Clinton administrations and are considered accomplished technocrats who, however, lack Hagel’s political experience and stature.

    But a number of highly placed sources and well-connected journalists have reported over the past 24 hours that the former Nebraska senator, who has co-chaired Obama’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board since 2009, remains the president’s preferred candidate despite a furious three-week campaign led by neo-conservatives, such as Weekly Standard editor William Kristol Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin, the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page, and the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC), to pre-empt his nomination.

    Among other charges, Kristol, who also heads the far-right Emergency Committee for Israel (ECI), Rubin, and other foes have accused Hagel, a highly decorated Vietnam War veteran, with anti-Semitism and hostility toward the Jewish state.

    They have also tried to enlist – with some initial success that has subsequently dissipated – the gay community in their campaign by citing, among other things, his scepticism over easing the prohibition of gay enlistment in the military and his opposition to the nomination of an openly gay ambassador in the 1990s.

    Hagel subsequently apologised, and both the ambassador and most LGBT organisations have accepted his apology.

    While the neo-conservatives, whose political views are close to those of the ruling Likud Party and, in some cases, the settler movement, have led the anti-Hagel drive, the involvement of the more-cautious Israel lobby – which includes AIPAC and other major national Jewish organisations, such as the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the American Jewish Committee (AJC) – not to mention numerous Christian Zionist groups, such as Christians United for Israel (CUFI) – has been more discreet.

    Early on, the long-time head of the ADL, Abraham Foxman, for example, called Hagel’s views on Israel “disturbing” but said his group would not necessarily oppose the nomination.

    AIPAC itself has not commented on Hagel, although its former spokesman, Josh Block, who now heads The Israel Project (TIP) but remains close to AIPAC, has been among the most active participants in the campaign.

    Despite also enlisting the support of the Washington Post’s editorial page, which also expressed concern over Hagel’s generally non-interventionist positions and support for cutting the defence budget, the no-holds-barred nature of the neo-conservative campaign has spurred a backlash.

    It is particularly visible among Republicans who hail from the more-moderate, internationalist wing of the party most closely identified with Dwight Eisenhower and George H.W. Bush.

    There is also resistance from retired senior military, intelligence, and foreign service officers who share a “realist” foreign policy perspective and oppose the kind of adventurism favoured by neo-conservatives, including Kristol, who led the charge into Iraq 10 years ago and are now beating the drums for war with Iran.

    For example, four former national security advisers, including Brent Scowcroft (Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan), Zbigniew Brzezinski (Jimmy Carter), Gen. James Jones (Obama), and a former Reagan defence secretary, Frank Carlucci, as well as several former chiefs of the U.S. Central Command (CentCom) have signed letters in support of Hagel.

    Many observers close to the Pentagon believe that Hagel’s views, particularly regarding the folly of attacking Iran and the damage inflicted by Israel’s continued occupation of Palestinian lands on Washington’s strategic position in the Middle East, reflect those of much of the serving military brass.

    Four former U.S. ambassadors to Israel have also backed his nomination, as has most recently Ryan Crocker, who was widely praised by neo-conservatives during his tenure as ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan and who has also served as Washington’s top envoy to Lebanon, Kuwait, Syria, and Pakistan.

    The sharpness of the neo-conservative campaign – particularly its allegations that Hagel is anti-Semitic and anti-Israel – has evoked charges of McCarthyism from his defenders, adding to the discomfort of the Israel lobby’s main organisations. Even CUFI, sometimes described as more Zionist than the Jewish organisations, disassociated itself from some of the charges.

    Thus far, only three Republican senators have said they will oppose Hagel if he is nominated, while several others who have traditionally been close to the lobby, including Sens. John McCain and Lindsay Graham, have voiced strong reservations but refrained from committing themselves. Some Democrats have also quietly expressed concern.

    But most observers believe that, if nominated, Hagel, who also heads the influential Atlantic Council think tank, will be confirmed by a solid – if not overwhelming – majority of senators. That makes the lobby’s position even more delicate.

    During his two terms as senator, Hagel, a consistent conservative on social and domestic issues, was personally popular with his colleagues on both sides of the aisle.

    “Americans are sick and tired of the smear tactics that Hagel’s main opponents have used, and going all-out against him would reveal that AIPAC cares more about Israel than it does about U.S. interests,” Walt told IPS. “Plus, why spend political capital on a former senator whose colleagues on the Hill are going to confirm him anyway?”

    AIPAC and like-minded groups will no doubt be influenced by the views of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose right-wing coalition is favoured to win elections later this month.

    The major U.S. Jewish organisations and AIPAC have historically given great weight to the policy preferences of Israel’s elected leadership, even as they have privately urged them to take a different course.

    But for Netanyahu, who has been sharply criticised by retired senior officials of Israel’s national-security establishment for allegedly endangering the Jewish state’s strategic ties with the U.S. by repeatedly defying Obama, the stakes are also high.

    If he is seen as backing any effort to defeat Hagel’s anticipated nomination, his ties with the White House – already tenuous given his scarcely veiled support for Mitt Romney in the November presidential campaign – will likely only worsen.

    Preliminary Earthquake Report Magnitude 7.7 Mwp
    Date-Time 5 Jan 2013 08:58:19 UTC
    4 Jan 2013 23:58:19 near epicenter
    5 Jan 2013 03:58:19 standard time in your timezone

    Location 55.292N 134.728W
    Depth 9 km

    This was huge and extremely shallow. This has the earmarks of SIHF, The red bear attacks. Syrian GPS weather war games.

  17. The Media Wave circulus is about to begin

    Colo. prosecutors to outline theater shooting case

  18. Firearms Policy Coalition pledges “not one more inch.”

    BELLEVUE, WA / SAN CARLOS, CA / MADERA, CA (January 4, 2013) – Firearms Policy Coalition, a new project of renowned Second Amendment rights advocacy organizations Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, Second Amendment Foundation, and The Calguns Foundation has been launched, noted managing director Brandon Combs. The Coalition’s website,, was opened to the public in late December 2012.

    The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) provides for an effective, NATO-like response to gun control campaigns and efficient, low-friction advocacy of litigation, legislation, education, and grassroots efforts that advance Second Amendment rights. Of the Coalition, Second Amendment Foundation Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb said, “I’m proud to help usher in the next generation of gun rights activism. The new paradigm is, and must be, coordination, mutual-support, and unity. Those who would disarm America’s law-abiding people are rabid in their desire to assault gun owners’ Second Amendment, privacy, and property rights.”

    “FPC immediately brings to the table leading Second Amendment advocacy groups, leadership, staff, volunteers, and hundreds of thousands of active supporters. This,” said Combs, “will enable superior communication, real-time collaboration, and scalable action to advance individual liberties and defend against promised attacks on civil rights by extremists like U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, Representative Carolyn McCarthy, California State Senator Leland Yee, and Illinois State Senators Dan Kotowski and Antonio Muñoz.”

    “The coordination between stakeholders at all levels within FPC,” explained Calguns Foundation Chairman Gene Hoffman, “ is really key. We knew that, to meet the coming challenge head-on, a new model for our cause would have to be employed. As a seasoned Silicon Valley entrepreneur, I know how important it is to be agile and effective in today’s world – and what happens when you’re not.”

    Excitement surrounding the Coalition and its fresh, positive approach to the issues that matter to gun owners has led to a rapid and steady increase of new individual members, which is expected to continue as new tools and organizational alliance members come online. FPC has already received numerous inquiries from interested gun rights organizations across the country and looks forwards to onboarding a number of organizations over the next quarter.

    “We must now take on those who say that our Constitution is outdated, that it doesn’t mean what it says, and we must take them on together,” said Combs, CCRKBA Director of Advocacy and President of Cal-FFL. “Our rights are not negotiable and we are simply not going to give up another inch of our inalienable rights. This is the year of unity, focus, and resilience for gun rights activists at every level across the nation.”

    State-level organizations seeking additional information or to explore joining the coalition should contact FPC at or through the contact form at

    More information about FPC can be found at FPC’s Facebook page is located at and its Twitter feed can be viewed at

    The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms ( is dedicated to protecting your firearms rights. Its role is to educate grass root activists, the public, legislators and the media. CCRKBA’s programs are designed to help all Americans understand the importance of the Second Amendment and its role in keeping Americans free.

    The Second Amendment Foundation ( is the nation’s oldest and largest tax-exempt education, research, publishing and legal action group focusing on the Constitutional right and heritage to privately own and possess firearms. Founded in 1974, The Foundation has grown to more than 650,000 members and supporters and conducts many programs designed to better inform the public about the consequences of gun control.

    The Calguns Foundation ( is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which serves its members by providing Second Amendment-related education, strategic litigation, and the defense of innocent California gun owners from improper or malicious prosecution. The Calguns Foundation seeks to inform government and protect the rights of individuals to acquire, own, and lawfully use firearms in California.

    California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees ( is California’s premier non-profit industry association of, by, and for firearms manufacturers, dealers, collectors, training professionals, shooting ranges, and others, advancing the interests of its members and the general public through strategic litigation, legislative efforts, and education. For more information or to join Cal-FFL, please visit

    Brandon Combs

    • “The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) provides for an effective, NATO-like response to gun control campaigns and efficient, low-friction advocacy of…”



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