PLANDEMIC A REVELATION IN MASS MANIPULATION

London Reel which has been fighting Censorship since 2011 continues it’s vigilance in getting the truth out to all. World Health Organization (WHO) Faucci and the hierarchy of WHO realized that they had an opportunity for untold wealth in the same manner the military-industrial complex has in selling all futurist and modern weapons that promote war around the world, keeping the newest discoveries for ourselves to make war antiseptic and not to be feared by us. The path that exists reminds one of the original Star Trek series, when the the Starship Enterprise visited a solar system where war had become so accepted that it had become a game of sorts, where rather than destroy their cities and metropolitan areas computers would tell the citizens where war strikes had occurred and the people who lived in those sections would report to extermination camps where they would be disintegrated (killed) without any damage ever occurring to the buildings, cities and towns. The ultimate sanitizing of warfare, but as Capt. Kirk had said then, war should be something to be feared and avoided at all costs, a last resort. Our path for the last 75 years has been down the path that should have been avoided, we’ve made war antiseptic, we see no more body bags of our men and women by the thousands coming home every week in the news, we rather fight among  ourselves over issues we never had any control over to begin with, as we unwittingly go down the primrose path of self destruction oblivious to the puppet masters.

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Homosassa man to seek District 2 Commission seat

Courtesy of Citrus Chronicle Greenbelt Gazette:

 

David Gregory at his desk at the Citrus County Property Appraiser's office.

By Norm Wagy

David Gregory, a former local businessman, has filed papers with the County Board of Elections to run for the county commission seat currently held by Ron Kitchen, Jr.

He will seek the office as an NPA (No Party Affiliation) candidate in the general election to be held on November 6th.

Mr. Gregory, a native of Sudbury, VT, moved to Citrus County in 1978. For some 16 years, he owned and operated Liberty Delivery Services. After closing that business, he worked for the Citrus County Appraisers office as a field appraiser for 14 years.

While he attended Castleton University and following his graduation, he owned and operated a small general store and gas station in Whiting, Vermont.

With his announced intention to seek office, he must acquire 1,057 supporters to sign petitions on his behalf. A fund raising campaign will be underway soon.

Though he has never held a political office, he said he was inspired to run by a number of residents who have expressed dissatisfaction with the current board, especially on the matter of water rates in the county. He says he will bring business experience to the board.

He is also concerned about medical marijuana. He believes many local residents would benefit by having it readily available in the county. He faults the county for not acting to facilitate that.

In November, 2016, 71 percent of the Florida voters approved Amendment Two which required new laws to be drafted to make the substance available to more patients.

The legislature enacted legislation which became effective on January 1, 2017, Gregory recalls that 52,398 Citrus County residents voted in favor of the amendment; 27,010 were opposed. To him, that represents a clear mandate for the County Commission to respond.

Gregory and his wife, Corl, have three grown children, eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

 

EOC Note: Mr. Gregory will have a web presence on our site and will soon have petitions available online and drop off locations for signed petitions on both sides of the county! 

 

 

Think it’s time for a change YET? Guest Editorial Claude Strass CLICK HERE

Think it's time for a change YET? Business as usual=no industry=no jobs=despair=crystal meth=crime=murder  EYEONCITRUS.COM

Drive down 19 and look at all the vacant strip malls, empty buildings, and for sale signs and homeless people walking around or people begging on the street corners. The Crystal River Mall is almost empty. Drive down our side streets and all you will see is holes and patches in need for repair and resurfacing, vacant homes and for sale signs that are old and rusted. There are so many business that have closed their doors leaving people without jobs.

Look at how much more gasoline costs here compared to surrounding counties because of taxes, How much your real estate tax rates have increased, New fees, New MSTU’s, increased health care costs while the quality of services has decreased. The problems with the garbage dump, Pan Scraper, excess county cars, poor county legal advise, failed EDC, neglected fire equipment the used up county reserved funds, poor and out of control budgeting with only excuses why we can not cut spending, letters from the state with concern of our counties financial condition, and the list goes on.

What do we read in the chronicle our commissioner are doing: moving monuments, proposing an increase from 3% bed tax to 5% because Rebeca Bays does not know how to collect $200,000 in unpaid taxes, Brad Thrope wants to see our jail sold so the commissioners have more money to spend on pet projects. J.J. Kenny’s number one project for the county is build a new dog and cat building. Damato wants Port Citrus (for what no one knows). The Sheriff wants to be chief dog catcher and run the fire department, but wants nothing to do with the jail. Meek wants to get his fingers in the Citrus Memorial Hospital funds from the sale. The county wants to continue to boss Inverness and Crystal River who seem to be doing very well on their own, thank you! Have all these people lost their marbles. Why is our newspaper not covering the issues and only doing photo ops for the politicians for no nothing pet projects. The Chairman is so smooth calling our largest business in the county thugs, talking about our retires taking a dirt nap, and telling smokers to give up some of their smokes to pay for his new fees.. Is this a real leader to look up to? Scott Adams wants to reduce spending and install zero base budgeting to enable fiscal responsibility and reduce the peoples taxes, but the Fab Four stop every one of his proposals. Is Scott really Crazy. God please help us…

Open letter to the Chronicle management. I just got done reading your managements commentary in the Sunday newspaper telling the people to tone down there criticism of the government officials of the county. Let me remind the newspaper that most of the commentary is centered around the broken promises of our elected officials. When these employees of the people ran for election they made many promises and have broken almost all of them for the exception of Scott Adams. Since then these same politicians that lied to us have reduced the peoples ability to voice their opinions at the County Commission Meetings. We now know that the paper is also not printing the peoples concerns and asking the people to stop sending in their comments if they do not agree with the fab four and the county administrator. Their is a new media for those who want to get the word out call goundhog on the Internet and growing fast to get the real peoples concerns in front of the public for positive change.

EYE ON CITRUS RADIO 2012 SIX MONTHS TO GO!

With just under six months to go until the end of the Mayan Calendar our EYE ON CITRUS radio show discussed the events leading to this day, Dec 21, 2012. Unlike other predictions about doomsday, Y2K, Harold Camping, the 90-year-old leader of Family Radio International, stirred a global frenzy when he predicted that the Rapture would take 200 million Christians to heaven on May 21, 2011. That and many others, in the past, had made their predictions and guess what, we’re still here! But is Dec 21, 2012 different? Find out the answer by listening to the show by clicking here!

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Could this be a natural disaster or something more, that is coming? Is the New World Order involved, consider the Georgia Guide Stones and the Denver Airport?

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The Cartoon of Glenn Beck

There’s only one person who might know what’s going to happen on Saturday, August 28 in front of the Lincoln Memorial — Glenn Beck — and there’s a good chance even he’s not sure. Beck’s “Restoring Honor” event has gone through so many different changes that it’s impossible to nail down what will or won’t be included. First it was an educational seminar, then it was a political rally, then it was a book release party, then it was a veterans benefit, then it was a civil rights rally, then it was a celebration of Martin Luther King, then it was a religious revival, then it was all of the above, none of the above, and some of the above all at once.

And Beck is keeping everyone guessing by contradicting himself all over the place. On the radio this week Beck said that even though the event will be held on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the anniversary of King’s “I Have A Dream” speech at the same spot, he is “not trying to be Martin Luther King.” That statement, however, was incongruous with his manymanymanymanymany previous self-comparisons to King. It also didn’t help that later in the same show, Beck channeled King’s final sermon in telling the prospective rally attendees that “you may not make it to the mountaintop.”

But there has been one unifying theme in Beck’s relentless promotion of the event: history. Specifically, Beck wants you to believe that his rally will be an event of such historical magnitude that decades from now our progeny will look upon it as the moment America did that thing that put it back on the right course, or something. We will all see a “miracle” on August 28, Beck insists, even though miracles, by definition, can’t be scheduled ahead of time. It will be, says Beck, an experience that will “change the world.”

Whatever.

Those looking for a miracle will almost certainly be disappointed, as will anyone earnestly expecting to forward the struggle for civil rights or find spiritual enlightenment. What they will get, more than likely, is a standard-fare series of attacks on the evils of liberals and progressivism interspersed with celebrations of America’s veterans and fighting men and women. (He insists the rally will be apolitical, even though it’s supported by conservative groups, boasts Republican members of Congress as fundraisers, and features Sarah Palin as a keynote speaker.) And there’s good reason to suspect that Beck would use a celebration of America’s military as a vehicle to promote himself and his ideology. He’s done it before.

Alexander Zaitchik’s Common Nonsense describes Beck’s 2003 pro-Iraq war “Rallies for America,” and the similarities to “Restoring Honor” are too great to ignore: “Flags, soldiers, and oaths to God, leader, and country dominated Beck’s rallies, just as they did the political theater of Nazi Germany. The Rally for America also featured speakers who made threats against the Left, echoing the threats of violence that were routinely heard on Beck’s radio show. Although Beck made much of keeping politicians out of his spotlight, some rallies featured Jumbotronic messages from President Bush, whom Beck declared in need of his nation’s prayers.”

And the whole idea of “Restoring Honor” is making a lot of people very uncomfortable, even in some unlikely corners. Beck’s Fox News colleague Greta Van Susteren thinks Beck is wrong to have the event at the Lincoln Memorial on the anniversary of King’s speech, and Fox News insists that it has absolutely nothing to do with the rally and will only cover it as a “news event.” Of course, Fox has also givenBeck a huge platform to promote the rally, but consistency was never its strong suit anyway. Even conservative activists are casting a leery eye on Beck’s rally, suspecting that Beck’s in it for himself and not the cause.

So one can’t help but believe that all the grandiose statements of historical relevance and civic health are merely cover for the fact that 8-28 is all about Beck. It’s all about selling the Glenn Beck brand and the Glenn Beck books and the Glenn Beck style, and it’s a rather audacious sales pitch. You would have to be audacious to take up the mantle of Martin Luther King when you despise pretty much everything he stood for. You’d have to be audacious to claim the rally is about “civil rights” when you’ve built your career by exploiting racial tensions and are currently under an adverti ser boycott for calling the first African American president a racist who hates white people. Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” is a cynical ploy that exploits the hopes, fears, and faiths of his followers, a “sick farce” in which Beck is trying to advance his own politics and ambitions while hiding behind “deranged posturing.”

And the build-up this week has featured all the usual trappings of a Beck narcissism-fest — grossly revisionist historical accounts; prophecies of impending doom; and Beck playing the divinely ordained role of spiritual savior (Glenn Beck is my shepherd, I shall not want). Of course, salvation isn’t cheap. It requires a deep spiritual commitment, a willingness to ask tough questions about yourself, and $6.95 to view the livestream of “Glenn Beck’s Divine Destiny” (presented by Glenn Beck), the 8-28 prologue/religious revival which Beck promises will “heal your soul.” And since you’re already at Beck’s website, why not shell out a few extra bucks for classes at Beck University and the right-wing history books he promotes?

After all, Beck just wants you to be a better person — for a nominal fee, of course.

Simon Maloy is a Research Fellow at Media Matters for America.