Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Coming soon: Jesus, the missing years

Hello world... this is Mike Kelley, coming to you live from home detention in the Ozarks! I was just released from four years at the prison camp in Lompoc, CA, and it sure is good to be quasi-free.

Many of my brothers in arms are still there, serving long sentences for many crimes. One of those individuals brought a stunning revelation to my consciousness. I have always embraced atheism -- and still very likely do. But this friend with his deep devotion and profound love of Jesus has convinced me if nothing else that his views should be made known and they are stunning.

This man's name is Douglas Mayberry. He is a Black man, 66 years old, serving 20 years for drug manufacture and marijuana sales. He has come to be a man of great spiritual conviction and theological expertise.

Beginning in his youth as an Episcopalian from a well-to-do family of professionals in Alabama, he migrated and morphed into Islam and then finally to the final truth...  which ACH Publications will soon make available.

"Jesus, the Missing Years" is the first of his books that we will publish. This subject is much covered and of great interest to Christians, but all the books and videos that one will see on the Internet are, respectfully, either incorrect or incomplete or outright absurd. Doug will show you that there were witnesses there... Angels, if you please, who chronicled every year from his birth to his crucifixion. Stunning and inspiring. A beautiful work, and it is coming soon.

Monday, March 7, 2011

The Big White Lie

Bolivian President Evo Morales claims Michael Levine's book, "The Big White Lie," as proof of DEA and CIA protecting the biggest drug traffickers in the world and using the drug war to manipulate, control and overthrow governments. ~PRWeb

Friday, February 25, 2011

Double Standards: The REAL job of the DEA

DEA to legalize marijuana chemical for Big Pharma but keep it a crime for everyone else. It's classic Big Government pseudoscientific quackery and it's a lot like Mexico: armed enforcers, drug profits, turf wars... except in the U.S., it's all "legal" under the monopolistic protection of the FDA -- an agency that has always sought to protect Big Pharma's market monopolies.

Big Pharma takes over the drug trade, using its own private gang of armed enforcers known as DEA agents. The real job of the DEA, you see, is not to protect people from dangerous drugs, but rather to protect the profits of Big Pharma by shooting, arresting or otherwise destroying anything that competes with Big Pharma. Namely, street dealers of marijuana. ~Natural News

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Public expense...

Arkansas is a corrupt state. A place of venal and crafty narcs and politicians. Read 'Van Buren County, Arkansas' in HOAX for this author's overview.

As with all police states, the prison population grows because that's what a police state does to its victims and enemies; warehouses them at public expense.

While the rest of the states are starting to cut back on expanding prison population simply out of fiscal concerns, Arkansas leads the pack in expansion and most of those new prisoners are drug offenders. Arkansas is bucking the popular trend of lightening up on the drug issue because they know the simple public still buys into the war on drug fantasy that has worked so well for so many years.

In 2007, the narcs lead by Shirley Arkansas narco and now mayor Johnny Sowell, fabricated what they called a $5,000,000 marijuana grow and alleged the ringleader to be a local man by the name of Joe Honea. Joe didn't know what a joint looked like but DEA agent Sowell got lots of press with the accusation, arrest and long (long) process of going to trail.

In an amazing turn around for the federal bench, the judge in Honea's case, though he could not reverse the 'guilty' verdict handed down by an ignorant jury led astray by deceptive tactics, reduced the sentence (which could have been 15 years) to 'time served' -- a total of two weeks in jail.

Such bravery by a federal judge is very rare. Click here to read what the judge had to say about all this. Still, in the main, the travesty goes on.

In 2009, the Arkansas prison population increased by an average of 114 people a month. An 3.3% increase. Interestingly, the federal prison system (BOP) continues to rise exponentially also whilst the federal bench orders certain states (California for one) to reduce the size of their population. The BOP is about 40% over capacity. Mostly drug cases, and most of them for marijuana. ~~~

Friday, February 4, 2011

Advertising and Propaganda

"Jack Booted Thugs" ~Fergie's Tech Blog
"Edward Bernays has been cited as the inventor of the consumerist culture that was designed primarily to target people's self-image (or lack thereof) in order to turn a want into a need. This was initially envisioned for products such as cigarettes, for example. However, Bernays also noted in his 1928 book, Propaganda, that "propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government." This can be seen most clearly in the modern police state and the growing citizen snitch culture, wrapped up in the pseudo-patriotic War on Terror." ~Ten Modern Methods of Mind Control, ActivistPost

"So now we see tyranny emerging in its most blatant form: citizen spies; government COINTELPRO operations against peaceful assembly; technological surveillance of every stripe, and the jackbooted common thug promoted to the top of the class in order to enforce an increasingly regimented society where thought is an actual liability." ~Tyranny's Last Stand, ActivistPost

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Where's the Beef?

In September of 2007, officials (including the DEA) busted a marijuana grow site in Van Buren County, Arkansas, alleging that over 9000 plants worth over $5million were seized. Watch the video and let us know what you think....

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Big Brother

Remember 'Big Brother' from Orwell's (then) 'futuristic' horror-flic "1984"...? Well apparently the folks who authorize the 'rehab' DAP (Drug Rehabilitation Program) for federal inmates do. And apparently they take rather kindly to it. It's a sad, expenseive joke. Now that the govt. says they are going to economize, I can see DAP being dismantled. It's useless, I know, I been there. Get a closer look yourself. Read this blog posted by inmates who have been there. ~~~