Rothschild Family Indicted, Mainstream Media Silent

Indictment could mean the beginning of the end for one of humanity’s largest enemies

The indictment of a Rothschild is not simply another dirty banker being brought to justice.

The imprisonment of the controlling interest of life on Earth would mean a stop to endless wars, illegal mass surveillance, debt slavery, and a Luciferian cultural agenda. Basically, peace on Earth.


Report: FBI Agents Telling Friends & Family to ‘Avoid July 4 Celebrations’

U.S. on high alert for Independence Day events
Report: FBI Agents Telling Friends & Family to 'Avoid July 4 Celebrations'

by Paul Joseph Watson | July 1, 2015

Following warnings by the federal government that terrorists may be planning to attack Independence Day events, FBI agents are reportedly telling friends and family members to avoid major July 4 celebrations.

Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft cites an “inside source” who told him that, “FBI agents are telling their friends and family members to avoid “official celebrations.”

Hoft also claims that the FBI has canceled vacation for all its agents for the duration of the weekend.

Earlier this week, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI issued alerts to local law enforcement and urged Americans to “remain vigilant” for this weekend’s July 4 events.

Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell also said Monday that he “wouldn’t be surprised” if there’s a terrorist attack during the 4th of July weekend.

“This one really resonates with me for two reasons,” Morell said. “One is there’s been about 50 people in the last 12 months who have been arrested in the United States for being radicalized by ISIS, wanting to go fight there or wanting to conduct an attack here, so there’s a lot of people out there who are seeing themselves as aligned with ISIS, number one.”

“Number two, you have this ISIS call to arms during Ramadan,” Morell said. “We are right in the middle of Ramadan, call to arms, conduct attacks against our enemies, so I’m worried about this one.”

Fox News also reported that the FBI is setting up command centers in all of its 56 field offices across the country to monitor potential terror threats.

ISIS supporters have recently intensified their social media propaganda campaign, with almost 100,000 tweets a day urging mass murder.

The warnings follow deadly attacks by ISIS last week in Tunisia, France and Kuwait that killed scores of people.

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Family Raided by SWAT and their Dog Shot for Being Unable to Pay Utility Bill

“This is an example of police overreaching and using excessive force to get a family out of their house”
Family Raided by SWAT and their Dog Shot for Being Unable to Pay Utility Bill

by Matt Agorist | Free Thought Project | June 6, 2015

Nothing says Police State USA quite like a SWAT team raiding a family home and killing their dog because they are unable to pay their natural gas bill.

The woman whose dog was killed and home destroyed by SWAT officers is Angela Zorich, and her story about her police state experience will shock the conscious.

According to a federal lawsuit filed this month, Zorich was the victim of a massive military-style raid and subsequent puppycide. The raid was carried out because police said they needed “to check if her home had electricity and natural gas service.”

“This is an example of police overreaching and using excessive force to get a family out of their house,” said Kenneth Chackes to the Riverfront Times, the attorney who represents Zorich.

According to the lawsuit, on April 25, 2014, St. Louis County Police officers came to her house. Her son cussed at them. They inspected the home’s exterior and placed a “Problem Properties” sticker on the front window.

Days after being publicly shamed and labeled by the St. Louis Police Department as a “Problem,” on April 28, Zorich called them to follow up. She was told by police that she was being investigated for failing to have natural gas or electric service; two violations against city code.

Zorich admitted to the police that she did not have gas, but said that she did have electricity. Zorich asked for another inspection to prove that she had the utilities. The officer told her that was fine, but that the investigation would continue.

The next day, on April 29, 2014, the home of Angela Zorich was raided by multiple officers from the St. Louis County Police Tactical Response Unit.

The Riverfront Times outlines the details of the lawsuit:

Zorich was at home with several family members and her pit bull, Kiya, when a St. Louis County Police Tactical Response Unit burst through the door without knocking, according to her suit. The unit had at least five officers with M-4 rifles, supported by at least eight uniformed officers.

The officers entered so quickly, Zorich’s suit alleges, that Kiya didn’t even have time to bark. A tactical officer fired three shots into the dog, and the dog’s “bladder and bowels released and she fell to the floor.” The dog “was laying on the floor in her own waste and blood struggling to breathe. She had a gaping hole in her chest.”

Zorich claims the officers kept trying to talk to her about the natural gas, but she was focused on her dog, whom she’d raised as a puppy and who (she says) had “never shown agression to any person.”

At one point in the raid, Zorich alleges, an officer pointed his firearm at her son’s head and said “One word, motherfucker, and I’ll put three in you.”

Zorich was subsequently taken into custody at the police station. When she was finally let go and allowed to return to her home, she found to be completely trashed. Beds had been overturned, and items that were once on shelves had been thrown to the floor.

The citations issued to Zorich, which had allegedly justified the heavily militarized raid on her home, were for substandard siding, guard rail, screens, window glass and deck.

A dozen armed men dressed for war, were dispatched to a woman’s home, killed her dog, and kidnapped her because of some moldy wood and her inability to pay her gas bill.

In what world is this considered “justice”?

The apologists will say that Angela Zorich provoked police into this action against her. If she didn’t want to be raided, they will say, she should have just paid her gas bill. The thought of the raid being retaliatory in nature won’t enter their minds.

Named in the lawsuit is the county of St. Louis and two officers, Corey Zavorka and Robert M. Rinck. Her allegations include unlawful seizure and unlawful infliction of emotional distress (for the killing of the dog) and unlawful retaliation.

Hopefully, with her legal team, Zorich gets the actual justice she deserves.

Woman Calls Cops For Help With Suicidal Boyfriend, Cops Turn Up And Kill Him, Tell her “That’s what we do”

Detective tells family incident was “suicide by cop”
Woman Calls Cops For Help With Suicidal Boyfriend, Cops Turn Up And Kill Him, Tell her "That’s what we do"

by Steve Watson | InfoWars | May 29, 2015

In a tragically familiar turn of events, a woman in Florida called the cops for help in dealing with a mentally disturbed man who was threatening to kill himself with a knife. When the cops showed up, they shot him dead.

“I think [police] should come in using other things,” Kaitlyn Lyons told reporters following the death of her boyfriend Justin Way. “And I think they definitely need to figure out how to handle suicidal people.”

“The only person Justin threatened was himself and I honestly don’t think he wanted to die,” she said.

Lyons also noted that the cops who attended the call were carrying assault rifles, and looked like they “were going into war” when they entered the home.

The family claim that a detective with St. Johns County sheriff’s department has since made inflammatory remarks to them about the case, saying that it represents a “new trend in law enforcement now — suicide by cop.”

Detective Mike Smith also argued that Mr Way threatened Lyons, an accusation she denies, and that the deputies killed Way because he refused to drop the knife, and the cops felt threatened. “That’s what we do” the family says Smith told them.

The family also says that Smith wouldn’t reveal where or how many times their son was shot.

The family believes that Mr Way was shot while laying in bed. They say that there were no blood stains on the walls or floor nearby, and that bullets were removed from the mattress after the incident.

“If Justin was coming after them with a knife, at 6-foot-4, wouldn’t there be blood splattered all over the room?” George Way, the victim’s father said.

A police Commander, Chuck Mulligan, told reporters that it is standard procedure to send deputies armed with assault rifles to incidents involving mentally disturbed people, so long as “the deputies feel that that is the appropriate weapon system to use.” Mulligan said that only using Tasers could pose a risk to the officers.

“Whether it’s a rifle or not, in many senses, is a non-issue,” Mulligan said. “A bullet comes out of a handgun, a bullet comes out of a rifle.”

Unfortunately this is not an isolated case.

There are regular accounts of police resorting to deadly force when encountering mentally disturbed or challenging individuals. Experts have expressed concern that cops are simply not trained to deal with such situations.


Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

Video: What happens When a Family Eats Only Organic for Two Weeks

Eating organic could be your solution

by Christina Sarich | | May 18, 2015

As said by Dr. Jesse Henley, pesticides kill pests by damaging their cellular structure. Though pesticides, fungicides, growth regulators, and herbicides were meant to control how a plant grows, there is no doubt that they affect us too – and we are using more pesticides and herbicides than ever.

Strangely, these chemicals aren’t destroying pests – they are likely destroying us.

As Dr. Henley explains, when pesticides and herbicides were invented, 37 percent of our crops were being lost to pests – 57 years later, more than 37 percent of our crops are being destroyed. What else is being harmed in the process of all this spraying?

Proof: Organic Food Demand is Absolutely Booming

We use all of the below listed chemicals together, too, and we don’t really know what their synergistic results are:

  • Insecticides, the most widely used of all types of pesticides invented to kill insects, but are likely killing beneficial creatures likes bees and butterflies.
  • Herbicides meant to destroy weeds or unwanted vegetation.
  • Fungicides meant to protect seeds against fungi living in soils.
  • Bactericides that were supposed to control harmful bacteria but have given rise to super-bugsandantibiotic resistant bugs that don’t respond to medicine.
  • Virucides to suppress viruses which have also contributed to very strong mutant viral strains.
  • Nematicides meant to control nematodes (roundworms).
  • Miticides to kill mites and ticks.
  • Rodenticides meant to control rodents.

All these chemicals are pervasive in our environment.

The brief, 90-second video above explains what happens to a Nordic family of five when everyone – children included – test their urine before starting an all organic diet, and after. What they find is absolutely incredible. You’ll never want to eat conventional foods again.

This family could be yours. It could be in the United States, South America, Japan, China , Africa – anywhere.

Watch the 90-second video; it could be the trigger that helps change your life for the better.

This article originally appeared at Natural Society.

State to Retain Custody of “Free Range” Children

Authorities to continue investigation of ‘off grid family’ in Kentucky

by Paul Joseph Watson | May 12, 2015

Authorities in Kentucky will retain custody of ten children belonging to ‘off grid’ parents Joe and Nicole Naugler while an investigation into the family’s “back to basics” lifestyle continues.

Although the result of yesterday’s court hearing was not made public, and the parents refused to conduct media interviews, a posting on the family’s Facebook page suggests that the children will not be returned until the parents have proven their competency to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS).

The case hit the headlines after the children were seized by police and CHFS last week. The family insists that the children are living an idyllic traditional lifestyle on a rural 27 acre property in Breckinridge County, although authorities and neighbors assert that the living and sanitary conditions are dangerous.

“We have allowed CHFS to inspect our property and interview our children multiple times. After every visit they have confirmed, and confirmed again today that our children are happy, healthy and well cared for and that our property is sufficient for their needs. Despite that, the judge decided as a result of the deliberations in today’s hearing that our children will remain in CHFS care while they continue their investigation,” states the Nauglers’ Facebook post.

“Although we are sad our children will not be returned to us today, we have nothing to hide. We have cooperated with all requests made to us by CHFS and will continue to do so. We are confident that throughout this process Nicole and I will be shown to be the good parents that we are and that our family will be reunited. We thank everyone for all you have done for us and ask for continued prayers for our children. We want all our children to know that we love them and we are constantly with them in our hearts.”

The family also addressed allegations made by their estranged son, 19-year-old Alex Brow, who claims that he left because he was subjected to violent and sexual abuse at the hands of Joe Naugler. The post asserted that the claims stem from Brow’s “upbringing away from us and his strained relationship with his mother.”

Both Joe and Nicole Naugler will appear again in court today on misdemeanor criminal charges. Sheriff Todd Pate accused them of engaging in violent threats and being resistant to police every time authorities attempt to inspect the property.

The Nauglers assert that they are being targeted for their “free range” lifestyle and insistence on homeschooling their children. Critics point to the property’s lack of running water, wired electricity and toilets as evidence of neglect, although the parents have made it clear that they are planning to build a cabin in the near future which will have proper sanitation.

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UPDATE: 10 Children Of Homeschool, Off-Grid Family Placed In Strangers’ Homes In 4 Counties

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To read the initial story about the family, click here. 

The rural Kentucky parents at the center of a custody battle that has shocked the homeschool and off-grid communities are staying upbeat and hope to get their 10 children back soon, a family friend says.

“They’re being positive. They want to get their kids back. They’re not trying to be overly critical of the authorities,” family friend Pace Ellsworth told Off The Grid News.

The 10 children were seized Wednesday from the parents, Joe and Nicole Naugler, following an anonymous tip that apparently related to their style of off-grid living. The family is also part of the “unschooling” movement, a type of homeschooling.

A hearing is scheduled for Monday. As of now, officials have placed the children with four families in four different counties, and as of Friday morning, the parents had not spoken with them. The four families are families that Kentucky’s version of CPS chose – families the Nauglers don’t know.

The ease with which sheriff deputies were able to take the kids may have been the most shocking.

But the family has received some good news since Wednesday. The mom is out of jail after being arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. (She says she was arrested because she did not passively allow deputies to take her children.)

The Nauglers. The mom was taking the picture. Her photo is below. Image source:

Also, CPS visited the family’s home on Friday morning and issued a good report on the living conditions, Ellsworth said. The Naugler’s attorney – considered by the family the best in the county – was present.

“CPS was very kind. They OK’d just about everything,” Ellsworth said.

Off The Grid News broke the story about the family Thursday and it soon went viral. Bill Heid, founder of Off The Grid News and owner of Solutions From Science, was so moved by the tragedy that he donated a solar generator to the Nauglers.

Also, a fundraiser for the family for legal fees had raised $19,000 as of Friday afternoon – well more than the 10,000 goal.

The family lives in a cabin on 26 acres in Breckinridge County, about an hour southwest of Louisville.

The father manages the homestead, while the mother – who is five-months pregnant — is a pet groomer. They have a garden and raise animals.

In essence, the family is living like America’s Founding Fathers lived – an off-grid, self-sustaining, close-to-nature life.

The family may be off grid, but they aren’t anonymous. They have Internet, as well as a Facebook page dating back to 2012 where they frequently post pictures and videos of their children, animals and their off-grid life. A May 5 post showed a video of a toddler, Mosiah, learning to walk. An April 24 post showed a happy family, gathering around a campfire, roasting marshmallows.

Police Seize 10 Children From ‘Off-Grid’ Homeschool Family

Authorities targeting Americans with traditional, rural lifestyles
Police Seize 10 Children From 'Off-Grid' Homeschool Family

by Paul Joseph Watson | May 8, 2015

Police seized ten children from an “off grid” homeschool family in Kentucky on Wednesday after receiving an anonymous tip about the family’s traditional lifestyle.

The nightmare story began when sheriff’s officers set up a blockade around Joe and Nicole Naugler’s rural property before entering the premises. Eight of the kids were out with their father but Nicole and two of her oldest children were at home. Nicole attempted to drive away but was subsequently stopped and arrested for resisting (attempting to prevent officers from taking her two boys away).

The sheriff then demanded Joe Naugler turn over the other eight children by 10am the next day or face felony charges, an order with which he complied.

“They are an extremely happy family,” said family friend Pace Ellsworth, who asserts that the Nauglers were targeted because of their “back to basics life” and their decision to homeschool their children.

Friends reported no concerns about how the children were being treated by the parents, who follow an educational model called “unschooling” where the children decide their own curriculum based on the subjects that interest them and what their strengths are.

“This is the natural way to live,” said Ellsworth. “It’s actually a growing movement. They want to have a personal education and not a factory education. They are completely open about their life. Everyone is learning by living. They are all extremely intelligent.”

The family’s Facebook page – entitled “My Blessed Little Homestead,” is a charming testament to their way of life. The Naugler children are obviously living a blissful “free range” lifestyle amongst 26 acres of land in Breckinridge County.

“They frequently post pictures and videos of their children, animals and their off-grid life,” reports Off the Grid News. “A May 5 post showed a video of a toddler, Mosiah, learning to walk. An April 24 post showed a happy family, gathering around a campfire, roasting marshmallows.”

The family have set up a GoFundMe page to try and raise money for legal expenses.

A website for the family spells out their plight with the heart-wrenching words; “This Kentucky family of 12 people, 6 dogs, 2 farm cats and a few random farm animals was just torn apart. Their crime: Living a simple, back to basics life.”

This shocking story once again illustrates how families attempting to simply get on with their lives in a traditional manner are being treated as extremists by other Americans, snitched on, and targeted by authorities.

Meanwhile, in New Jersey, a WND report highlights how parents were interrogated by a CPS caseworker who questioned Christopher Zimmer and his wife Nicole, “on everything from their son’s homeschool education to questions about vaccines and guns in the house.”

Michelle Marchese aggressively demanded to enter the property after asserting Christopher Zimmer Jr. was not getting a “proper education.” Police subsequently arrived and allowed Marchese to enter the home before conducting a warrantless search.

The Zimmers are now suing the CPS for $60 million in a case before the U.S. District Court in Trenton.

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Black Guerrilla Family, the Bloods and the Crips Plan to “Take Out” Baltimore Cops

Resembles previous threat before execution of police in New York

by Kurt Nimmo | | April 27, 2015

The Washington Post reports today that police in Baltimore have received “credible information” that gangs plan to attack police following the funeral of Freddie Gray.

The Baltimore Police Department issued the following:


The gangs cited include the Black Guerrilla Family, the Bloods and the Crips.

In December, the New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association declared the NYPD would “become a ‘wartime’ police department” and would “act accordingly” following the execution-style shooting of two of cops in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

“A tattooed gang of militants declared open season on the NYPD in the wake of the Eric Garner grand jury decision, according to a threat a police union verified Saturday,” the New York Daily News reported before the shooting.

“Ten Black Guerrilla Family members are ‘preparing to shoot on duty police officers,’” Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said.

The alleged shooter in the incident, Ismaaiyl Abdulah Brinsley, was said to have killed the police officers in retaliation for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

The New York Daily News said Brinsley, who reportedly committed suicide after the execution, was suspected of being involved with the Black Guerrilla Family prison gang.

The Black Guerrilla Family, also known as the Black Family or the Black Vanguard, was founded by George Jackson in 1966.

Jackson, a militant Marxist and Maoist, was killed in 1971 during an escape attempt three days before he was scheduled to go on trial for allegedly killing a prison guard.