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Let’s Play the Loop Game Again, Shall We?

September 3, 2012

Join the political “Loop Liberation Movement”!

By: Gary Hardee
July 24, 2012

It is an irrefutable fact that Jimmy Carter filled his administration with members of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission (CFR/TC).  It is they who are responsible for the failings of administrations in which they dominated.  Not understanding this group’s immense influence within administration after administration keeps you right where they want you; ignorant, programmed and obedient.

These organizations and their affiliated front groups are overwhelmingly internationalist in their mindset. They view our US Constitution as the greatest hurdle toward global governance, which they openly tout!

They are decidedly opposed to any of the aims of Presidential candidate Ron Paul. This is the entire reason the Establishment Insiders and their member/surrogates in the media beat him up, black him out and otherwise bash his ideas and proposals even while he, and almost he alone, has been accurate in his future predictions of 9/11 and the bursting of the housing bubble, among others, years ahead of their happening.  Do any Ron Paul detractors, who claim to be “conservatives”, disagree with my assessment of Jimmy Carter and his administration?

However, just as Jimmy complained about the “insiders” while campaigning: “The insiders have had their chance and have not delivered. We need new faces and new ideas.”, so too did Reagan! Wasn’t the outcome of electing Jimmy Carter just more of the same or worse? More CFR/TC members, more domestic regulations, more international sellout, giving away our Panama Canal, communists allowed to ravage central America and I could go on and on. With their members holding the highest positions within Carter’s Cabinet and throughout his administration, should we not hold them accountable or to blame for the outcomes? Did the “insiders” become outsiders or was it all a lie to deceive a gullible public?

Reagan, prior to the New Hampshire primary, condemned the TC by name and took New Hampshire by storm, 50% to Bush’s 23%. George H. W. Bush, was required to resign his CFR Directorship while running against Reagan or while “in public service”.  Bush was the Director of the CFR from 1977-1979 when he resigned.

As just one example of his super-internationalist views; the following is taken from this page:
“A pivotal point came with Bush’s September 11, 1990 “Toward a New World Order” speech to a joint session of Congress. This time it was Bush, not Gorbachev, whose idealism was compared to Woodrow Wilson, and to Franklin D. Roosevelt at the creation of the UN.” Please note the date! 9/11/1990! Oddly, 11 years to the day prior to the 9/11/2001 WTC attacks. Now, that could be a coincidence I’ll admit, but it is very strange.

You see, many still yet do not understand or acknowledge who we are fighting against. You are the victim of what in the computing world is called a “repeating loop”, normally requiring “debugging” or correcting.  Every command line inside the loop is performed until it reaches a command to return to the first line and repeats itself over and over.  The interesting thing is that the output of the loop is different each time but only within a range of acceptable values set by the programmers within that loop. Just before the loop repeats, the names of the known “X”s and “Y”s are changed to “A”s and “B”s but the formulas and their outputs are the same.  Many being none-the-wiser are all too content to think that this loop is a wonderful example of our democratic two-party system in action. If so, you have become a captive of the loop!

Activists and supporters of the “liberty movement” are largely familiar with the “loop game” and are attempting to expose and change the command lines of the loop and break the loop all-together in time.  I have dubbed this effort the “Loop Liberation Movement”(LLM).

Education is the only thing that will expose the “loop game” and how the masses are trapped in it. To understand the current command lines and how the loop game is played, you must watch this video. When you have carefully watched it, please return with your comments. But until then, I must hold onto my hope that humans can still muster the character and willingness to learn things that they currently do not know or that they insist on denying at their own peril.

For this presentation in written form, click here: The Insiders!


Please, No More Collectivists!

March 20, 2012

Obama is a collectivist of one variety and rhetoric; Romney is another variety – the same with different rhetoric but essentially a big government Republican; Newt is another collectivist variety and his record and words lately easily prove that; Santorum has voted to raise the debt on your children 5 times yet touts family – again, he too is a collectivist with his one rhetorical set.

But Ron Paul is a different animal all-together! The man is a humble statesman that has no lust for power personally or to “collect” power into government’s “hands”. He has done the only thing an elected official has personal power over and that’s to say “yea” or “nay” on legislation, when he convinced it contains unconstitutional provisions, and clearing that hurdle, if the legislation is good for the “general welfare” of the entire nation. Ron Paul is a man of consistent integrity, seeks and speaks the truth as he knows it to be, acts on those understandings apart from outside “lobbyist” influences, has always spent less  than he has been allocated by Congress to run his office and return every surplus. He has also never voted for a pay increase for Congressional salaries and has NEVER voted to raise the debt ceiling or for passing an unbalanced budget. And FOX and other MSM outlets label him more liberal than Obama? Are you joking? The label “conservative” is given to Santorum? His record is like Obama’s far more than Dr. Paul’s! The list is so incredibly long, all of you would be pissed if I listed them. My friends, we are being lied to every day, long and hard about the facts!

Ron Paul is the man in this race that MUST BE STOPPED by the “Demopublican” Insider-controlled establishment collectivists but they are having a hard time making anything really stick. This is because the people who really look at what I am saying here about Dr. Paul will realize how they are being duped once again into this loosing choice between “Collectivist Candidate “A” and “Collectivist Candidate “B”.

Only time and propaganda jammed down the people’s throats will tell the outcome. If you do not take a stand against the status-quo “collectivist” candidates right now, this year, IN YOUR STATE’S PRIMARY we will continue to be “managed” by Washington and New York. We will still experience a continued loss of our “God-given/Nature-given/At Birth-given” rights to again “own our lives” as free and independent souls and agents.

You must side with liberty, or you will lose it! You must side with protecting private property rights or you will lose your property! You must assume the risks of decisions fully or you will lose your right to make them!

You cannot expect to be a free person yet demand government provided “cradle to grave” security or you will end up forced to work for others as the government fulfills this expectation.

Those who learn nothing from history are doomed to repeat it! Ignorant and free can never be! The essence of liberty is the limitation of government! Government cannot give us anything that it does not first take from someone through force! Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force and like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master! Less government, more individual responsibility and with God’s grace… a better world.

Please, please…. for the sake of humanity, your family, all our futures and all that is good, decent and honorable, read this book – The Law, by Frederic Bastiat and work for the election of Ron Paul as President!

My Take on the Nevada Caucus of 2012

February 6, 2012

Written By:  Gary Hardee
Date: 2/5/2012

On the subject of disclosure, which I think a matter of honest journalism, it should be known that I am biased, but in what way?  I am a free man and make decisions on fact more than opinion.  My conclusions are mine and mine alone and are thus subject to change when new facts are revealed.  Honesty is still a virtue and wisdom the prize. Silence is not “golden”, it’s “yellow”.

The Nevada caucus held on Saturday, February 4, 2012 has concluded. To any reasonable observer, there were problems involving timely reporting from the start. Media did not rely on actual tallies but rather entrance and exit poling to “call the night”.  It took a day and a half to render the “official” outcome. Many recounts occurred with differing results. So to me there is a healthy rational for suspicion. At the time of this writing, only 71% of the vote has been reported. From this figure, doing a little math, I have put together the following “final” outcome. Unless the remaining 29% holds a grossly different pattern than the 71% reported, consider this a “projected” outcome that should be close enough for my purposes.

Let’s start with a few of tables. First, that of the 2012 caucus so far, the second is that of my projected results and third are actual results of the 2008 caucus.

The first thing that becomes readily clear is that the turnout this year is significantly below that of 2008.  In fact a 27.8% drop from 2008! You would think that with all the anti-Obama fever predictably pumped by the GOP, coupled with the state of  jobs and the economy, the seeming opposition to Obamacare and Obams’s failure to fulfill his “Hope and Change” promises, we would have seen a much greater turnout than in 2008.

Results for Nevada Republican Caucus – 2012
71% Reporting (U.S.Presidential Primary)
Feb 04, 2012 (71% of precincts reporting) Source: AP
 Mitt Romney



 Newt Gingrich



 Ron Paul



 Rick Santorum



 Current Total


Projected Results for Nevada Republican Caucus – 2012(U.S.Presidential Primary)
Feb 4, 2012 ( when 100% of precincts do report )






 Mitt Romney




51.10 %

-3.40 %

 Newt Gingrich



-1.37 %

 Ron Paul




13.73 %

+35.5 %

 Rick Santorum



-1.37 %




-27.8 %

Results for Nevada Republican Caucus – 2008100% Reporting (U.S.Presidential Primary)
Jan 19, 2008 (100% of precincts reporting)
 Mitt Romney



 Ron Paul



John McCain



Mike Huckabee



Fred Thompson



Rudy Giuliani



Duncan Hunter





It seems that, either there is little enthusiasm over the current Republican field among GOP primary voters or perhaps an “I don’t care who wins the nomination, I will just vote against Obama in November” attitude. Perhaps there is a little “hopelessness” within the ranks of the GOP voter base that thinks it is futile to attempt to defeat Obama. Either way, the numbers do raise some very serious concerns about the 2012 race for the GOP and a dilemma for the establishment neo-con king-makers behind the scenes.

This lackluster enthusiasm and reduced voter turnout presents an opening for “establishment challenger” Ron Paul, provided his base will get out and vote! As reflected in the Nevada caucus, this did not happen to the degree that Paul’s support quintupled in South Carolina from 2008 to 2012. This increase in percentage may be reflected more in primary states than in caucus states if these result trends continue. It is highly suspicious however that Paul’s vote total increased some 220% over 2008 yet could barely get the same totals as 2008 in Nevada this year.  We’ll see what happens in Maine.

With the nearly 28% drop in Nevada caucus participation over 2008 comes some very interesting insights regarding Romney’s base and the confusion over who the “conservative” Republican may support between Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum. Lest you think the Republican Party devotees and active participants have an exclusive on being internally divided, the Democratic Party has is factions too! The major media, dominated by Democrat/liberal influences paints a picture of Democratic “unity” but it too is far from being unified. There is significant internal division and hand-ringing over Obama. His absentee leadership and his hyper-liberal agenda will likely drive defections from their base in November. These may land on a more “centrist” GOP candidate if they feel Obama’s replacement is greatly needed.

With the rising tide of opposition to big government intrusions into our civil liberties, grossly unconstitutional government, a debt crisis, a deficit crisis from over spending, gargantuan crony capitalism problem, routinely undeclared wars and the deaths of our soldiers for no real benefits, secrecy of the Federal Reserve and the inability of our officials to demand at least a complete audit from its inception just to name a few, is it any wonder that change again is in the air?

There is a real shakeup about to happen and the Insiders of both parties and the power brokers in the think-tanks and foundations influencing them have a real battle on their hands. That battle? Keeping an alternative, non-establishment candidate from winning the Presidency. It would be the best thing for the people but make no mistake about this being their total focus! From their perspective it is “preserve and protect” – their existing state of affairs.

Returning to the numbers, given the drop in percentage over 2008, Ron Paul faired better than the other three. Combining all the vote totals of the other three there is an overall reduction of 32% to Ron Paul’s reduction of 2.8% from 2008. Just looking at the table above you can see that Paul increased his vote percentage over 2008 by 35.5% as compared to Romney’s drop of 3.4% over 2008. Assuming for the sake of argument that all the votes in 2008 not cast for Romney or Paul went to a “Gingrich/Santorum” candidate this year, the result would be a reduction of 1.37% over 2008. This clearly indicates that 4.77% went to Paul in varying degrees from those who are now supporters of Dr. Paul since his actual vote total was less than in 2008.

This reality should give encouragement to those who see Ron Paul as the truly rising candidate in both popularity and activist support against the other increasingly perceived status quo candidates. But will it be enough?

The challenge, at least within its GOP Division, is how to sweep Ron Paul to the “side” without appearing too obvious to the masses.  The growing support for Ron Paul must be matched or exceeded for the other candidates in each succeeding state contest.  Money and enthusiasm must continue or increase for Dr. Paul while executing and even better ground game and GOTV effort.

The status quo “trio” will remain on stage for a while. If for no other reason than to keep Ron Paul’s input in the “debates” to a minimum while presenting a mostly circus type atmosphere dominated by the “trio”.  As support shifts and money dries up or the establishment applies pressure, one will drop-out and endorse one of the other in the “trio”, but not Dr. Paul. This is the way the game is played on an unsuspecting public and the GOP voter base in particular. The dropping candidate, to preserve his political future, will do so in the event that Ron Paul comes in second in two major states. This will push Paul back to third in future states and give the impression that he is a “loser” or it will be done in order to get more delegates for the remaining “duo”.

At this point, unless Newt self-destructs in some horrible way, I would say that Santorum will be the next to drop but that isn’t likely until after Super Tuesday or he runs out of money or he gets “the word” from above.

The historical “king-makers” that have routinely managed to get their puppets on the ballots for both parties in the general election absolutely must minimize any possibility of a significant return to a federal government that operates under the constraints of the Constitution of the United States! This and this alone, is what we are seeing playing out before our very eyes.

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Iowa Results and Future Battles Ahead

January 4, 2012

John McCain is expected to endorse Mitt Romney today and many of you may have heard this already. Endorsements by establishment liberals and neo-cons will start coming soon. You will be able to tell the real Americans by who they endorse. If Perry or Bachmann endorse Ron Paul I will think more highly of them for taking a stand for principle over political pragmatism, putting America First! I think there is a less than 25% chance that either will endorse Paul. If they do not, it will likely spell defeat for any future offices they may seek. Rick Santorum will not do as well as Gingrich in New Hampshire.

My prediction is that Romney will win in New Hampshire by 10-20 points over  Gingrich and likely edge Paul but by less than 5 points and Santorum just behind Paul. So I predict another 3rd place finish for Paul in New Hampshire.

South Carolina will not see a Perry, Bachmann or Huntsman. They will have dropped out and endorsed either Romney or Santorum. My belief is that both Perry and Bachmann will endorse Santorum and Huntsman will endorse Romney or Gingrich, more likely Romney. That said, South Carolina will also be a 3rd place finish for Paul in South Carolina. Results from S.C. will be too close to call but I can see a Romney win, Gingrich second with Paul and Santorum duking it out for 3rd. Again, another 3rd place finish.

If Paul can surprise us in New Hampshire with either a second or very close 3rd, things could change in South Carolina. It really is too close to call in S.C. because we don’t know who the players will be by then or who they will endorse.

Since Dr. Paul will not likely get the endorsements of Perry, Bachmann or Huntsman, Dr. Paul will clearly emerge as the anti-establishment “none of the above” choice which would send a huge message to the GOP as well as the Democrats.

Going forward, Dr. Paul will do better and better against the “establishment” alternatives. Should the field narrow to Romney and Paul on the stage in the debates you should see Paul do better and better.

Dr. Paul’s chief challenge is not necessarily Romney but the MSM hatchet job on Paul’s foreign policy, pro-life and civil liberties (ending the federal War on Drugs). The total “theme” that will be used against Paul will be that his views and policies are “too scary” for our nation’s future. The sooner we realize that the fight for our Constitution and fundamental liberties is between “Individualism” and “Collectivism”, the better off we will be in the long run.

As you should well know by now and from the insider’s perspective, it is Paul that must be stopped at all costs! They are really scared! Should Paul start winning a state or two, you will see a real monster emerge that will transcend this election. False flag events from international to domestic could spring up. Whenever and however they do, the media will attempt to “prove” in not so subtle terms that Dr. Paul’s “philosophy” is not the answer.

Fear and intimidation will be the weapon used. Let me underscore this point! We may see a series of events that may include;
1) A global financial meltdown that calls for a “global” solution.
2) More wars that will “prove” the need for the UN or international military “cooperation”.
3) More “terrorist” events on our own soil to “prove” the need for an expanded “Homeland Security/FEMA/TSA/ATF/Justice Department crackdown” to restore “order”.
Don’t fall for it!!!

The people, organizations and collectivist philosophy that we oppose are long-established, entrenched, well-funded, diabolical and highly skilled at the art of gaining and keeping raw power. They are a particularly vial and violent lot that has been at the helm of our ship of state for nearly 100 years and when seriously threatened, will swarm out of their nest to preserve their territory. The more we threaten, the uglier it will get until we knock down their “hornet’s nest(s)” from the tree in our front yard and burn in a fire.

Back to the elections. There are just over 1,700 precincts in Iowa. Paul’s totals fell just shy of 4,000 votes from first place. You do the math. If just 3 more people per precinct and caucused for Paul he would have won by more than 1,100 votes. This will also be the case in future caucus states. Primary states may require more work and get out the vote(GOTV) efforts and more advanced educational efforts from door knocking to ads on television and radio.

The youth vote will be vital and should be a major target audience. Youth being, 17 to 45. While many in the “baby boomer” generation are waking up, they may be the less open to significant changes. Those over 65 will be even less like to seek or support the changes that are needed.


First, we must do all we can to inform ourselves as thoroughly as possible.

Second, we must use our strongest skill set to reach out to others. Make the best use of your time, money and influence and try to reach those who have the most influence first.

Third, we must become a committee of one to our friends, families and neighbors by thinking of ourselves as “fishers of men”. Our “net” should be tight and in good “repair” never allowing even the smallest “catch” to slip through our net. Always try to get the person’s name, phone and email address for follow-up communications. Note their “hot button” issue. Provide them other articles and/or videos to build a more informed electorate. Remember this most important lesson: once a person “gets it” they will be a part of the solution and they in turn will educate others!

Fourth, find or form a local group of “individualists” to help carry out the 1st through 3rd objectives above.

Please remember that this is a movement that will have ups and downs, advances and setbacks but there is too much momentum on our side to ultimately keep us from succeeding if we will do our parts to stay informed, active and plugged into the expanding liberty network!

I send to each of you my warm regards and best wishes for this New Year of 2012!

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