You gotta see the last 10 minutes of this show -watch the side panel as Brother Nathanael concludes his questions about Sandy Hook.   One little girl in two pictures!   What is the truth?

Check out this link, esp after 6 minutes:

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/01/sandy-hook-busted-wide-open...

And Brother Nathanael has some questions:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDtX2OiQ00Y&feature=player_embedded

A few other questions arise:

http://adriaen22.wordpress.com/tag/emilie-parker/

 

And - a good show for other reasons:

Rich Sheridan checks in from Dallas,

Laura Legere, author of "It's not Weird Anymore" relates her healing experience.

Stew Webb has lots of shocking things to say, as does Patricia.

Brother Nathanael has a few questions that remain unanswered about Sandy Hook - and a double-take photo-op! 

Where is little Emily Parker??

Things are getting weird in the world.

Hold on to your hats and learn to defend your rights - NOW !!

 

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INTRO For Patricia (Johnson-Holm) Shupe's new BOOK:   "Taken Too"

Introduction: This is a book long over due. Since 1947 there have been so many lies it has been hard to be able to tell what the truth is. By no means will the current version of the ‘Government’ tell you much, if anything. And all too often what is considered truth is a lie and what is said to be a lie is really the truth.

Much of this started out when the Treasure of Solomon was looted by the same ones who say the truth is a lie. Such as did Roswell happen, are Concentration camps real, and oh so much more- - -?

What seems strange in all of the lies is that the Navy seems to be right in the middle of the twisted picture. So why might that be the case? Well, the answer to that goes back to the founding of the Navy and comes forward to the Philadelphia Experiment in 1943. You see the ship supposedly called the ‘Aldrich’ was used in a time warp experiment which when jumping ahead in time found out what was supposed to have happened in the original version of history up to 1983. That is why George Orwell’s book ‘1984’ was written to be a manual or guide line to change just about all of history up to and beyond 1983. Why change the original history? Let’s just say the ones at the top had great interest in doing so. This will be explained in the coming chapters.

                                                                             Index:

Chapter 1     Steven Spielberg READ THIS

Chapter 2     What really took place as a young girl

Chapter 3      How can this go on & on

Chapter 4      What was the real plan?

Chapter 5      Where does this fit in?

Chapter 6      The Spiritual side of all of this

Chapter 7       Crop Drawings and their meanings

Chapter 8       Doing the work of the ‘EIGHT’

 

Ch 1 Steven Spielberg READ THIS

In the Series ‘TAKEN’ there needs to be a little clarification about what really took place not just the Hollywood version.

Why is this being said well this will take some time to explain but to start with Steven.
You should make a follow up series telling the truth this time. First, yes, the blond girl from Seattle has Pleadian connections. No, she was not born in the 1980’s but she was born in 1947. To be exact July 9, 1947 at 4:00 pm PST for you who follow the astrologer’s side of life look it up. And yes, two days after Roswell, she was born in Longview, Washington right where the UFO sightings were reported by Kenneth Arnold and so on. And yes, there was a definite reason for the sightings, much the same reason for the Maury Island event. And yes, the little girl almost died along with her Mother at her time of birth due to her Mom hemorrhaging so badly, but the light came down and both were fine after that.

The little girl’s mother was very good in music but singing, not drums. And her Mother was a member of a weight watcher or loosing weight group. And yes, there were incidents that transpired having to do with this group. Once again, not what was portrayed by ‘Taken’ but somewhat similar without the shooting.

Yes, the girl did save her Father but not as portrayed on the Series ‘Taken’ and her father’s Father, Egil, did have Pleadian connections. The ones that were Taken were her father’s parents, when they both happened to be in their own separate automobiles. However, they ended up marrying due to the abduction situation. The background of her Father’s Mother would have NEVER been likely, that the Great Grand Daughter of Queen Victoria and the Grand Daughter of Frederick III would have even looked at Egil, an immigrant from Norway. As it turned out this combination was quite necessary for the coming plans of what had to happen.

The Texas connection was Lubbock, TX not a property owned by the Father’s Mother as
’Taken’ indicated. Then likely rather likely Texas was used to call attention to the so called ‘Aurora Crash’ in 1897.  Have you heard of this ‘crash’ or the Socorro incident? There are a lot of ‘incidents’ that have taken place you may not have been able to find out about.    .................

 

For more information, contact Patricia at SCANTV77@gmail.com

 

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Here is the e-mail post from Patricia of all the items she wanted mentioned on this show for Jan 8:

 1. Warrantless wiretapping of American citizens: On Sunday, Obama signed into law a renewal of the FISA Amendments Act of 2008, which authorizes broad, warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international communications, checked only by a secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that doesn’t make it’s activities and procedures available to the public.
Obama voted for the FISA Amendments Act as a senator, but with expressed reservations how many Americans have been spied on.
2. Indefinite detention without charge or trial: On Wednesday, Obama signed the 2013
3. Targeted killings of suspects by drone, without any pretense of due process (even if they are US citizens) remains none of the American people’s business.

Health Insurers Raise Some Rates by Double Digits

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Foreign Direct Investment by China in the US hits record level

Confirmed! Flu Vaccine INCREASES Risk of Serious Pandemic Flu Illness
Minimum of 40 Children Paralyzed After New Meningitis Vaccine

House GOP seeks to abolish IRS, replace income tax with consumption tax

More deception at the White House: Benghazi 'officials' who were fired actually weren't

Total media blackout on shooting where private citizen stopped mass murder by using a gun

Workers making $30,000 will take a bigger hit on their pay than those earning $500,000 under new fiscal deal

NY Congressmen Introduces Bill to Eliminate Term Limits for US President

Friday NY Congressman Jose Serrano introduced HJ Res 15, which proposes an amendment to the Constitution to repeal term limits for the office of President of the United States.\\\

Video
http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/01/royal-family-incest-rape-pe...

Mass stabbing in ATLANTA where is the media?

BREAKING ALERT – Illinois State Legislature Sneaking Vote on Gun Ban Right Now Today

Pennsylvania Police Chief Proposes ’2nd Amendment Preservation’ Ordinance

#1 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the middle class is taking home a smaller share of the

\\\overall income pie than has ever been recorded before.

#2 As the middle class shrinks, more Americans than ever have been forced to become dependent on the federal government.  Federal spending on welfare programs has reached nearly a trillion dollars a year, and that does not even count Social Security or Medicare.  Welfare spending is now 16 times larger than when the "war on poverty" began.

#3 Median household income in the U.S. has fallen for four consecutive years.  Overall, it has declined by over $4,000 during that time span.

#4 The U.S. economy continues to trade good paying jobs for low paying jobs. 60 percent of the jobs lost during the last recession were mid-wage jobs, but 58 percent of the jobs created since then have been low wage jobs.

#5 The number of Americans living in poverty has increased by more than 15 million since the turn of the century.

#6 The number of Americans on food stamps has grown from 17 million in the year 2000 to more than 47 million today.

#7 Back in the 1970s, about one out of every 50 Americans was on food stamps.  Today, about one out of every 6.5 Americans is on food stamps.

#8 According to the Pew Research Center, 61 percent of all American households were "middle class" back in 1971.  Today, that figure has fallen to 51 percent.

#9 In the United States today, 35 percent of all households live on $35,000 or less each year.

#10 One recent survey discovered that 85 percent of all middle class Americans believe that it is harder to maintain a middle class standard of living today than it was 10 years ago.

#11 62 percent of all middle class Americans say that they have had to reduce household spending over the past year.

#12 According to one survey, 77 percent of all Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck at least part of the time.

#13 In 1989, the debt to income ratio of the average American family was about 58 percent.  Today it is up to 154 percent.

#14 Total U.S. household debt grew from just 1.4 trillion dollars in 1980 to a whopping 13.7 trillion dollars in #26 One recent survey found that 63 percent of all Americans believe that the U.S. economic model is broken.

#27 Each year, the average American must work 107 days just to make enough money to pay local, state and federal taxes.

#28 Consumer debt in America has risen by a whopping 1700 percent since 1971.

#29 There are now 20.2 million Americans that spend more than half of their incomes on housing.  That represents a 46 percent increase from 2001.

#30 The average American household spent approximately $4,155on gasoline during 2011, and electricity bills in the U.S. have risen faster than the overall rate of inflation for five years in a row.

#31 According to USA Today, many Americans have actually seen their water bills triple over the past 12 years.

#32 Health insurance costs have risen by 23 percent since Barack Obama became president. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, health care costs accounted for just 9.5% of all personal consumption back in 1980.  Today they account for approximately16.3%

#33 In 1999, 64.1 percent of all Americans were covered by employment-based health insurance.  Today, only 55.1 percentare covered by employment-based health insurance.

#34 According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, 46 percent of all American workers have less than $10,000 saved for retirement, and 29 percent of all American workers have less than $1,000 saved for retirement.

#35 The United States has lost an average of approximately 50,000 manufacturing jobs a month since China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001.

#36 The United States has lost more than 56,000 manufacturing facilities since 2001.

#37 According to the Economic Policy Institute, America is losing half a million jobs to China every single year.

#38 In 2000, there were more than 17 million Americans working in manufacturing, but now there are less than 12 million.

#39 Back in 1950, more than 80 percent of all men in the United States had jobs.  Today, less than 65 percent of all men in the United States have jobs.

#40 Since 2000, U.S. multinational corporations have eliminated 2.9 million jobs in the United States and have added 2.4 million jobs overseas.

#41 According to Professor Alan Blinder of Princeton University, 40 million more U.S. jobs could be sent offshore over the next two decades if current trends continue.

#42 According to one study, between 1969 and 2009 the median wages earned by American men between the ages of 30 and 50 declined by 27 percent after you account for inflation.

#43 At this point, one out of every four American workers has a job that pays $10 an hour or less.  If that sounds like a high figure, that is because it is.  Today, the United States actually has a higher percentage of workers doing low wage work than any other major industrialized nation does.

#44 According to the Pew Research Center, only 23 percent of all American workers believe that they have enough money to get them through retirement.

#45 According to the Economic Policy Institute, the wealthiest one percent of all Americans households on average have 288 times the amount of wealth that the average middle class American family does.

#46 In the United States today, the wealthiest one percent of all Americans have a greater net worththan the bottom 90 percent combined.

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#47 According to Forbes, the 400 wealthiest Americans have more wealth than the bottom 150 million Americans combined.

#48 The six heirs of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton have a net worth that is roughly equal to the bottom 30 percent of all Americans combined.

#49 At this point, the poorest 50 percent of all Americans collectively own just 2.5% of all the wealth in the United States.

#50 The United States now ranks 93rd in the world in income inequality.

#51 The average CEO now makes approximately 350 times as much as the average American worker makes.

#52 Corporate profits as a percentage of GDP are at an all-time high.  Meanwhile, wages as a percentage of GDP are near an all-time low.

#53 Today, 40 percent of all Americans have $500 or less in savings.

#54 One recent survey found that 28 percent of all Americans do not have a single penny saved for emergencies.

#55 Shockingly, at this point 48 percent of all Americans are either considered to be "low income" or are living in poverty.

#56 According to one calculation, the number of Americans on food stamps now exceeds the combined populations of "Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming."

#57 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, an all-time record 49 percent of all Americans live in a home where at least one person receives financial assistance from the federal government.  Back in 1983, that number was less than 30 percent.

#58 According to U.S. Census data, 57 percent of all American children live in a home that is either considered to be "poor" or "low income".

#59 For the first time ever, more than a million public school students in the United States are homeless.

#60 According to a stunning new Gallup survey, 65 percent of all Americans believe that 2013 will be a year of "economic difficulty".

This article first appeared here at the The Truth.  Michael Snyder is a writer, speaker and activist who writes and edits his own blogs The American Dream and Economic Collapse Blog. Follow him on Twitter here.

Patricia JHS