When The Dam Breaks

“You’re not going to get anywhere…”

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Only one word can describe the Tiffany Jenks murder: overwhelming.

First, Tiffany herself was overwhelmed: overwhelmed with the enormity of her responsibilities at the Bonneville Power Administration, overwhelmed with the challenges of life in twenty-first century Babylon, and overwhelmed with her own failure to find a way out of the trap in which she found herself..

Next, John S. Captain, her boyfriend, was overwhelmed: overwhelmed with the challenge of helping Tiffany escape the downward spiral of her desperate self-medication with alcohol and prescriptions that unbeknownst to him was fueled by an insider-trading conspiracy at work in addition to the loss of her closest support, her father. John S. Captain, a Portland businessman who did not move in the upper-level circles of the Bonneville Power Administration, was overwhelmed with the sudden tragedy of the murder of Tiffany Jenks just days, even hours, after he himself had given up on Tiffany’s drinking problem. John Captain was then overwhelmed with the unexpected indifference of the police and courts and the inexplicable hostility of Tiffany’s family and friends to his demands for justice, and finally overwhelmed by the enormity of the evil that had engulfed Tiffany’s life and that was invisible to him until after her death. Had Tiffany not been secretly recording the conspiracy of killers in her life,( knowing that no one would believe what she herself could see happening in spite of not being able to describe it) John Captain’s grief would have gone the normal course of sorrow and moving on. He eventually would have shrugged at the common injustice of untimely death and the bad luck of Tiffany’s apparently random end.

But just click on the image here to listen to a recording Tiffany Jenks made, herself, on a phone she had borrowed from John Captain so that she could do this. She was beginning to be afraid of the manipulative way she was being controlled and no one, including John, really understood what she was up against. Listen to this “therapist” and then return to read the rest of the story, because while John Captain struggles to awaken the world to the cults that infest American society, and many dismiss him because of that, Tiffany really was being controlled. This man who was posing as a therapist was involved for a long time with the small group of people controlling her. It is no accident that those people, who included certain co-workers and even close family members, benefited from Tiffany’s reliance on an unprofessionally manipulative man instead of a legitimate therapist:


The media wants us all to believe that murders of women outside bars are just an everyday petty crime, a common tragedy. But Tiffany Jenks’s death was not a common tragedy. Tiffany Jenks was not a common woman whose biggest responsibility at work might have been to handle customers in a store or assist clients in an office. Tiffany Jenks was not the kind of woman who studied a bit of this and that, just enough to get a college degree and maybe a real estate or business license, whose only responsibility in her own life might have been staying just sober enough and well-behaved enough to hold a family together, drive the kids to soccer practice and keep track of whose turn it is to host the family Thanksgiving this year.

No. Tiffany Jenks was not that kind of woman. Tiffany Jenks was an engineer at the Bonneville Power Administration. Her life was an American dream of family blogintelligent family and friends, intellectual affluence, completely sheltered from the struggles of most people in America’s working class or welfare lines. No one is surprised when a girl from the streets, a girl who grew up in schoolyard fights and teenage shoplifting sprees and a string of drunk boyfriends ends up dead at the end of a night’s binges. The prosecution described just such a scenario. If John Captain had not embarked on a crusade of telling the world the truth about who Tiffany Jenks was and how she died, no one would ever have taken a second look at the common news story of a woman in a bar who met the wrong sort of people and wound up dead at their hands. It would have been just what the police wanted: “nothing to see here, folks, move along….”

But what exactly was Tiffany Jenks’s position at the Bonneville Power Administration and how could her job of overseeing the computerized array of dams have given anyone a reason to want her dead? And how could anyone who wanted her dead have possibly arranged not only for her murder, but also for the incredible indifference and even resistance of Law Enforcement to fully investigate and prosecute the street gang that kidnapped her and shot her in the head? How is such an enormous conspiracy even possible?

Tiffany at Bonneville

Tiffany worked at the Bonneville Power Administration in Oregon from 2001 to 2012, more than a decade. Her sister described her work as “physical scientist in real-time power generation”. A chart of Bonneville Power Administration

employees and salaries released in response to a FOIA request shows nothing but a blank space after her name and the entry of one small bonus payment for fiscal year 2013. Tiffany Jenks was murder on October 8, 2013. According to John Captain, she was making well over a hundred thousand a year in salary, not unusual for a person in charge of Real-Time Power Generation who oversaw more than 20 dams in the hydroelectric system.

What might that job have entailed? Here is what Jeremy Hau, a writer for Science Line had to say about real-time power generation in 2007 when he was quoting George Gross, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Illinois’ Institute of Government and Public Affairs:


magazine article about electricity markets
“Gross said utility companies and federal agencies need to modernize the grid – not only building new transmission lines, but also using new technologies like a real-time monitoring system to make the grid more efficient.

Real-time monitoring would allow grid operators to distribute power more efficiently, as well as watch for trouble spots involving congestion and overloading. The Department of Energy and university researchers are working on developing such technology, but there is still no national system in place.

Whatever new solutions are implemented, they will have to handle the demands of the current restructured electricity markets while ensuring a reliable grid.

Hau interviewed Gross in 2007. Tiffany Jenks had already been working in power generation at Bonneville for seven years. Among the many things Tiffany said to John during the year of their relationship, just after she stopped working at Bonneville, was that a new training program had her concerned that “lots of people could die.” John did not understand what her job entailed. John was not a scientist, he was a businessman who handled real estate and investments. He met Tiffany after she had begun her downward spiral and was looking for an apartment to rent. He has described her as the smartest woman he ever met, unlike most of the women he was likely to meet. He fell in love. He argued with Tiffany about what he saw as her abandonment of her own intellect, her own “potential”, her amazing career. He did not understand how she could walk away from her old life. He did not understand that she had seen something terribly evil in that life that was beyond words. He tried to help her get sober while she tried to confide in him. They were talking to each other across a culture gap that was, in some ways, as profound as any language barrier.

What Did Tiffany Say?

What did Tiffany Jenks say to John that made him think something nefarious, like maybe “insider trading”, could have been going on before she left the Bonneville Power Administration?

Here is what John S. Captain said in an interview on March 22, 2017 with radio host Alfred Webre:

Alfred: And you have unfolded some of the wider implications ranging from the fact that your girlfriend, Tiffany was murdered. At the time that she was murdered, she was in charge of 21 dams. These are dams that hold back the water for the Bonneville Power Facility. And that could involve what you were saying lives of many, many people.

John: Yeah, Mr. Webre. Actually she had recently resigned or retired from the dams because of the fact, and I believe it, and based on the audio that she recorded with her therapist, she had come to the conclusion that there was a great possibility for her that she was a mind control victim…”

So there it is: a lot of attention is given in the truth-press to the question of mind-control victims in the MKULTRA program and their families: who they are and how they became victims, and even whether or not that is truly a reality. But there really are only two possibilities: if people are indeed put into “mind control” then someone is investing a great deal of resources and energy into controlling them, and so we have to wonder why? And if “mind control” is nothing more than an urban legend, then the more than 22,000 government documents about the mind-control program that were released to the public as a result of Congressional hearings in 1977 would have to be the most massive fabrication in history. What connects Tiffany Jenks to a mind-control program is partly the accidental history that placed her family, in the years of the CIA’s establishment of the operation, in its scope. But the more important connection is the reason she would have been murdered instead of kept on as a control victim, if in fact that is what she was. And that reason is not hard to understand, at all. It was corporate corruption at the company where she was a key employee: the Bonneville Power Administration.

Ordinary Criminal Conspiracies Also Exist

Even if MKULTRA and all of the associated mind-control phenomena never existed, someone inside the Bonneville Power Administration would have wanted Tiffany Jenks dead. That is what really matters as far as the Law (or lack of it) is concerned. It is the job of the police in Oregon to ferret out the whole story behind Tiffany Jenks’s murder and to bring the responsible parties within their jurisdiction to justice: those who are directly responsible inside the Bonneville Power Administration as well as inside the little street-gang that actually did the shooting. The American people have to deal with the MKULTRA cults that the government spawned in those horrible experiments, but the Department of Justice has to investigate and prosecute the insider trading and murderous corruption inside the Bonneville Power Administration.

Bigger Than Enron?

Here is another quote from the Webre interview, in which John Captain goes into more detail about that corruption:

“And so, when she talks to her therapist and she says to him, “I ran 21 dams in the nuclear power plant on the Columbia River Water [incomprehensible] for those people who don’t know, that runs through Oregon, Washington and provides all of Las Vegas, California with their power. By the way, just another element of this and her job at the dams. Me and Tiffany had many discussions because I’m a trader on the stock market (who understands) Insider Trading. And this is one element, not necessarily the one why she’s dead, but important for the public to know, because we’re all being taken for a ride.

Tiffany’s job at the Bonneville Power Administration was the very top level of control, okay? So there may have been other people below her. But she was a scientist in full control of the dams’ levers, where 21 dams would be raised and lowered to effectively change the water flow of water on the Columbia River and other dams of other waterway systems. And she told me several times of this part of her job was to write down on a piece of paper a number. And that number would correspond with what she was about to do to the dams. And since these people were on the other side of the glass and she was forbidden to talk to them, because they were traders, she wrote that number down and handed it through the glass to people she’s now allowed to talk to. About 10 different discussions with Tiffany about that, where I’d try to explain to her, they call that insider trading.

Now, if somebody with more brains than me about insider trading, because I don’t do insider trading. I don’t protect the public from insider trading, wants to chime in on these words, but I’m going to tell you what Tiffany said. Tiffany Jenks running the Bonneville dam… running the dams for the Bonneville Power which includes the Bonneville Dam, the Grand Coulee Dam, and those other huge dams, is involved in insider trading as an employee of the Bonneville Power Administration.link to scienceline org Now, what she specifically told me, and we had 10 follow up arguments about that, was that she was asked her employer, Bonneville Power, to write a number down that corresponds to what she was about to do with the water flow. And because she could not talk to the people on the other side of the glass, she handed them a piece of paper with those numbers on them. Now, I said, “Tiffany. That is a classic definition of insider trading. If it’s not, give me the numbers first, so I can trade the commodity of power on the grid.” See? If I was to have those numbers that she wrote down, I would have, then, committed insider trading. Right? Period?

Now, unless somebody can tell me I’m thinking wrong, what I see is, you’ve got the top person running 21 dams, writing down a number that says, “I’m going to change the flow of the water. IE: all the power grid.” Okay, so this is bigger than (Enron) by the way. I’m going to change the flow of the water and there, on the other side, the three men on the other side or women, are going to trade power based on my actions. I said, “Tiffany, how is that not insider trading?” and she goes, well she didn’t really understand what insider trading was. I said insider trading is where you help a benefit that I don’t. Okay? There are millions and millions of senior citizens, sitting in their home right now, that can’t pay their power bill, because you guys are defrauding the public at the Bonneville Power Administration. According to her words, in my opinion only, where she writes down the action, and hands it to day traders on the other side of the window, and they destroyed power commodities. How’s that possible?

Now, there’s only 5 people or 4 people that have her job in all the Bonneville Power. She’s got paid like 150,000 a year or I believe something with that effect. So there’s only 4 other people that know the truth about this story. Tiffany confided in me… now, I can’t make this stuff up. This is what she told me, word for word. So, Tiffany wrote those numbers down, handed it to other people, and they day traded on power under the other side of the glass. And she specifically said, Mr. Webre, that she was not allowed to talk to them. So she got part of the story right. You can call it a technicality if you want. I call it insider trading.”

Alfred Webre gives some background on the kind of company we are looking at when we consider the Bonneville Power Administration. Here is what he had to say:

Alfred: Very interesting. Very interesting. Well, yeah. Here’s some more context. If you’re looking at, this is just a background on the Bonneville Power Administration. It stamps include a nuclear power plant located on the (Handford) site. So you’re talking about a nuclear power plant, you go to the history. Listen to this: “In 1973, Bill Gates and Paul Allen were hired to write software for the PDP 10 computer that manage BPA’s power grid.” Those are the guys that founded Microsoft. So, and that’s when Microsoft first took off. 20130424-detail-RODS-02And those guys are illuminati. So, BPA was an illuminati company. They bought in two illuminati assets at the beginning of their careers in 1973. Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Bill Gates is like, Bill Gates is one of the three premier world artificial intelligence host and sponsors on the planet now. Along with Ray Kurzweil and Prince Charles. And Bill Gates, in 1973, Bill Gates and Paul Allen were hired to write a software for the PDP 10 computer that manage BPAs power grid. So this is a premier illuminati site. This is premier. They brought in Bill Gates and Paul Allen to launch Microsoft. BPA fueled the beginning of Microsoft in 1973.

Tiffany Jenks was in charge of “Real-Time Generation” on 21 dams in the Bonneville system. That meant she worked directly with the power flow and the computers that managed the data. She told John S. Captain that she was worried about the fact that someone in authority over her had instructed her to write numbers down on slips of paper and pass them, without speaking, to a trader. Power companies do employ traders to handle financial transactions, but one would assume that the person working in that department of the Bonneville Power Administration would have a computer screen displaying the numbers that were apparently so important, wouldn’t one?

Here are some job descriptions related to Tiffany Jenks’s position and the traders’ positions at real-time power generating systems in New York and Canada, taken from the October 2017 edition of the New York Independent System Operator’s Day-Ahead Scheduling Manual, page 28:

20171014_191627 Real-Time Commitment (RTC) – After the Day-Ahead schedule is published and no later than 75 minutes before each hour, Customers may submit Real-Time Bids into RTC for real-time evaluation[….]The following is a brief description of the data flow between the various Day-Ahead functions. Bid Information – The Bid information that is passed to the Bid/Post System from the Market Participants is listed in the NYISO Market Participant User’s Guide. Posts Billing Information – The Bid/Post System is required to pass all schedules, pricing, and results to the Billing & Accounting System, on a daily basis. Posts User Activities – All user access to the Bid/Post System function is logged and stored. Any data items entered or changed with the associated timing information, are stored for future tracking and auditing purposes. A complete duplicate of Bid/Post System information is retained. Security Constrained Unit Commitment – The SCUC saves the hourly output of each generator for energy, reserves, and regulation. Bid/Post System to SCUC – The SCUC program requires all of the validated bid information from the Bid/Post System. External Transactions are treated in the base case as generators and loads”

You don’t have to understand the intricacies of the energy markets and insider-trading regulations to see that in all this technical language there lies the description of a process which should not have included numbers written by hand on slips of paper silently passed from the person in charge of Real Time Generation at the power plant to someone involved with transactions with outside traders. Anyone with legitimate access to that information would have had a secure computerized and regulated access. Yet, according to John Captain, Tiffany Jenks said that she was required by someone supervising her to write numbers on paper and slip them silently to someone else on the other side of a partition, every day! No wonder she was so stressed she drank too much! She may have been so focused on her own scientific work that she never bothered to learn about the stock market and its regulations, but she was not a stupid person, not by any means, and she did understand the implications of what could happen. Her very naivete might have been the reason someone at BPA thought it was safe to use her as a conduit, but her sharp intelligence may have been the reason the same person (or people) wanted her dead. Getting her pushed into the street might have been sufficient if she stayed drunk and never connected with anyone who would listen to her and believe her. But as soon as she began to sober up and connect with a new friend who did understand what she was talking about, then a murder had to be arranged.

Tiffany and John

John Captain was helping Tiffany Jenks get sober during at least part of 2013. She had been staying with a friend named Richard Lovett who, along with her mother, tried to get her to go to a Presbyterian church. Lovett had gave her a spare room in his house, an unfurnished storage closet. She continued to drink and use prescriptions while there. He and her family were supportive of Tiffany’s reliance on medical prescriptions (even though she was prescribed many

that should never have been given to an alcoholic or in combination with each other) and of her reliance on “therapy”. But Tiffany Jenks apparently felt increasingly distrustful of the “help” she was getting. When she decided not to stay in the unfurnished room at Lovett’s place, she looked around for her own rental, and she met John Captain. John fell in love with her. He stepped up to help her kick the liquor habit and he did it the old-fashioned way. He told her that if she was to stay on his premises, she was not to drink, He helped pay for some of her medical costs while she got straightened out with benefits after leaving her job. Because she had been such a highly-paid professional, she qualified for maximum disability. John’s efforts in her behalf showed him that she had been hospitalized for over a hundred thousand dollars worth of medical care for apparent suicide attempts during the time Lovett and her family were supposedly helping her. He became alarmed, this was more than he had expected, possibly more than he could handle. But he soldiered on while Tiffany tried to get sober. She was living with a man named Tony Green who was described as a drug dealer by her mother, according to John Captain. She confided stories to him of treatment from her mother that shocked him. She confided stories of what she faced at work and he told her “that sounds like insider trading.” and he had to explain it to her. He began to understand why she left that life. When he went to Lovett’s house to help Tiffany move into one of the apartments he owned, he saw a bare room. Tiffany had been sleeping on the floor. Lovett, a well-educated and well-respected published author of science fiction, a leader in Portland’s athletic community of joggers and runners, didn’t even have the common decency of any host to supply his guest with a bed! John began to see a pattern of poverty and abuse among these wealthy, cultured people that rivals anything you would see in the most run-down trailer park.

John’s Fight

Everyone seemed to gang up on John Captain for trying to help Tiffany. Her family, who would not give her shelter, called him an abusive boyfriend. After Tiffany was killed and John Captain appeared on news talk shows describing the kind of work she did at Bonneville Power Administration, Lovett publicly mocked the idea that she had any kind of responsibility at all. He used his apparent respectability as a published science writer to discredit anything Captain would say to inspire investigation of why someone at Bonneville Power Authority might want her dead. Here is something he said on the Oppermann Report:

“She worked for the Bonneville Power Administration […] they basically market the power that comes off the Columbia River system. They have things to do with managing flows, for the salmon and navigation.“

Oppermann then inserts a new narrative, saying that people are claiming “Tiffany Jenks was inserted into the power system in order to sabotage the dams and cause great catastrophe, do you think that would even have been possible?”
This is very interesting on Oppermann’s part and I encourage you to listen to both interviews and notice Lovett’s evasive tone. By the time this interview was done, John Captain had been on numerous shows hosted by such well-known personalities as Clyde Lewis, Kev Baker, and Richie Allen, among many others who investigate conspiracies and who have focussed on the apparent MKULTRA history of Tiffany Jenks’s family (a history that is well documented to h ave involved most scientists who worked at Los Alamos during the years MKULTRA was active, which includes Tiffany Jenks’s father.) John Captain has published recordings that Tiffany made of her own so-called therapist using easily recognized MKULTRA techniques to control her responses to his questions. Much of the story John Captain has told has focussed on the psychological control that he witnessed in Tiffany’s life. But while John Captain has devoted a good deal of his energy to blaming the possible MKULTRA background of Tiffany’s family and the therapist’s use of mind-control techniques for her situation, he has never suggested she herself was some kind of sleeper-agent to be used for sabotage. Her therapist did, however, seem to suggest such things and John Captain published the recordings Tiffany began to make with a phone she borrowed from him when she began to distrust her therapist.

John Captain said that Tiffany described insider trading. When you start to examine the irregular activities at Bonneville Power Administration that she described they do suggest insider trading. Everything else that was discussed on all those radio shows about the larger problem of the American government’s mind-control programs and the MKULTRA history becomes a red herring that Oppermann is skillfully inserting into his show in a way that diverts attention from the more immediate possibility of a simple criminal conspiracy that was in danger of being exposed by Tiffany Jenks’s growing independence. I am not saying that “Mind Control” is not important to understanding what happened to Tiffany Jenks, but it is actually not that important to investigating the corruption that protected the cult-like gang who murdered her. They probably acted on behalf of someone inside the Bonneville Power Administration who was becoming paranoid about Tiffany’s inquisitive intellect. Oppermann seems to use the “MKULTRA/Monarch-Slave” angle to attempt to discredit John Captain’s narrative.

Very strange, frankly, when you consider that Oppermann promotes himself as a conspiracy investigator. He cleverly does not attribute the Monarch-Slave insertion claim to John Captain, because in the entire interview Captain never said that. What Captain did say, in response to Oppermann’s questions after almost two hours of an excellent presentation of dozens of facts and examples of official misconduct surrounding the murder investigation and the prosecution, was that Tiffany Jenks herself said to him as well as to her therapist (in a recorded session!) that she was under mind control, she was a “robot”, etc and that he did not understand what she was talking about because he had never heard of the Illuminati, Monarch Slaves, etc and wouldn’t have believed it if he had. Captain says that he only came to understand this part of Tiffany’s life AFTER he met Clyde Lewis and began learning about it from Mr. Lewis.

Now at this point in Mr. Oppermann’s interview it is important to note that at about one hour and fifty minutes into the discussion, Oppermann comes back from a break and says he now wants to talk about these theories. Captain did not steer the conversation in that direction, Oppermann did. Then Oppermann seems to chuckle at the idea that John S. Captain is in China. He seems to forget that at an earlier point in the interview, when they were reviewing the events of Captain’s relationship with Tiffany Jenks, that Captain describes himself and Tiffany spending time in Thailand. He also ignores the fact that it is not at all uncommon for businessmen to have reasons to be in China, or for people with the means to do so, to travel throughout Asia. He chuckles and invests a significant amount of energy into baiting Captain about being fearful and feeling safer in China. John Captain doesn’t seem to recognize that Oppermann is playing to an audience that would consider international travel weird. My goodness, I have a nephew-in-law who spends half the year in China arranging deals for a company that makes teddy-bears! I had friends in college who discovered they could travel the world and live cheaply after coming up with the plane fare! John Captain is a man who owns commercial real estate, has owned at least one nightclub, a tanning parlor, a day-spa, and who plays the stock market. He probably makes more money traveling than he would if he sat in an office in Portland. Yet Oppermann subtly and then not-so-subtly pushes the interview into a truly insulting level of baiting, after proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the police mishandled the investigation, that it appeared Captain was being set up to be framed until it became impossible to skew the evidence away from the true killers, Michelle Worden-Brosey, Joshua Robinnett and Daniel Bruynell.

Oppermann even tries to make it look as if Captain impulsively moved to China upon receiving a threatening email. He almost openly mocks him with the idea that “Illuminati” (to quote Oppermann) might not be able to locate him in China. Then he moves into a discussion of the therapist and John Captain explains some of the techniques that appear in the recordings that prove the therapist was indeed using manipulative, hypnotic techniques, which are well-documented in cases involving cult control and which are not usually part of normal therapy: John Captain believes that if he can prove that the mind-control techniques were used, then people would insist on knowing who wanted to use it to kill Tiffany Jenks.

In no part of the first interview does John Captain suggest the Manchurian Candidate scenario that Opperman will introduce into his next interview, which is not with John Captain but is with Richard Lovett, the man in whose house Tiffany was living when she made numerous suicide attempts and was placed under heavy and medically irresponsible sedation. Oppermann, who led the first interview through a long process of questions which tended to strongly establish the timeline of specific events related to the murder itself and proved the suspicious behavior of police, begins to complain about the length and complexity of the interview. Yet no one listening to it would get the impression that anything was unsusual until the very end, when Oppermann himself decides to drop the factual exposition of the murder and related events in favor of exploring the role of “the Illuminati”. In fact, up until that point, the listener is rivetted to a fascinating and well-told story of a series of plain, ordinary events that add up to a woman who knew certain people wanted her dead, a boyfriend who did not understand what she was trying to tell him, and a police department that seems to go out of its way to NOT investigate or prosecute the killers. In fact, Oppermann’s skillful questioning makes it obvious that Tiffany Jenks was resourceful enough and insightful enough to realize that if she used John Captain’s own phone to make some of the recordings that prove she faced a group of people who were indeed planning her death, he would end up with them one way or another. She knew her own phone would not be given to him after her death, but his would. And she used it.

Why did Oppermann do this, and why of all people does he then use his next show to interview Richard Lovett?

to be continued…

The History of the US Flag, The Pledge of Allegiance, & The Bellamy Salute…

With all the apparent confusion and infighting I am seeing take place right now, I felt the need to try to clarify for people just what it is they are fighting about because it seems that most Americans just do not have a clue what the American flag really stands for or why we even salute it or have it as our national icon.

We salute it, we honor it like some great idol, we cherish it as if it represents who we really are and yet if you ask the common man on the street why we do all this, they cannot give a correct or truthfully historic answer… Because, they really just don’t know.

We were taught in kindergarten on day one that we must daily stand and place our right hand over our hearts and pledge allegiance to this piece of cloth that is fashioned into a flag with the colors of Red, White, and Blue. Eventually we are taught that the Blue field of stars is a representation of the colonies or states of America and that the Red and White stripes represent the original thirteen colonies that founded America. Is that really what this piece of cloth stands for?

Timeline of the history of the American Flag:

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Originally, as far as I can tell, America was founded with Christian principles and ideals in mind by the founding fathers and our fellow countrymen and ladies. For the longest time America was a country full of those who chose to be Christians in faith and follow after the teachings of Jesus Christ. Also true enough, many of the founding fathers were masons upon their arrival in this new free land and were still masons well into and even after the founding of America as a nation.

If you will just do some digging, you will find that back in Great Britain, where they all came from, it was a “necessary evil”, if you will, to be a member of the masons if you were to be able to make any kind of a living as this was just the way of things back in Great Britain in those days; probably still is to this day.

Since humans are really “creatures of habit” the mason membership did not die off until much later on. Those masons, or as they are known today as the “Free Masons”, who were die-hards sought to revive the brotherhood after it began to die off in attendance and membership with the advent of television and other modern technologies sometime around the fifties. Of the exact facts I am not sure as I am typing this out from memory.

If you want the whole story and the exact facts, it is easy enough to research for yourselves, a simple google search on the topic will reveal a plethora of historical information.

That said, people need to understand that the idea behind the American Flag (Union Jack) was and is today still one of innocence as far as the citizens are concerned. It is the eager beaver criminals in charge who have destroyed the worth and credibility of what America used to stand for and the same goes for her union jack.

Thus we come to the issue of someone in this free country, at least it is still somewhat free today anyway, choosing not to honor the union jack or American Flag AKA Old Glory. This is the very reason we have the bill of rights in the US Constitution. The very first and most important right in that bill of rights, which come from God and cannot be taken by anyone not even by your government because they come from God, is the right to freedom of speech and expression. Of course without the 2nd Amendment we would have no rights at all so there is some debate as to which of the first two Amendments are more important, but that is for another discussion.

As citizens of America we all possess the most unique right in the world over all other countries and that right is the right to speak our minds and express ourselves without fear of reprisal from the government or some tyrannical king. Yes and even today those rights are under siege which is why it is SO VERY IMPORTANT that we NOT fight amongst ourselves.

Now you might not like what someone else has to say, but as long as they are not inciting a riot nor advocating for murder of another, then they have the right to say whatever they want and to express themselves however they feel.

Regardless of weather there are consequences for their actions, it is not our right to remove their right to freedom of speech and freedom of expression without falling prey to tyranny ourselves. So please just keep that in mind when you find yourself in disagreement with your fellow American citizen.

Are we under siege by the powers that should not be? You bet your ass we are and that is all the more reason to NOT argue and bicker amongst ourselves and instead try to remain united so that we are not divided before we realize we have been attacked by an enemy within our ranks who has sneaked in while we were not paying attention.

They want us fighting with each other. They want us at each other’s throats. STOP GIVING THEM WHAT THEY WANT!

For me personally I have decided that the flag is just not that important as I have seen it raised in importance well above God in this country. It is acceptable today to praise Old Glory and honor Old Glory but give praise and honor to God and Jesus Christ and you are suddenly public enemy number one and a privileged white oppressive male or something worse.

For me, God and Jesus Christ are at the top of my list of priorities and if someone wants to “dis” the American flag then so what, I could care less. This country is going down fast and it is happening because so many Americans have become dumbed down and self serving. This is not what Jesus taught and so I will not participate in such idolatry myself.

I get that the American flag and what it is supposed to stand for has been permanently burned into the minds of most Americans.

However, when the Media Whores and the Establishment Powers that should not be are able to weaponize it to the point of causing us to want to hurt, maim, or kill each other? Uh uh, no way, sorry jack. I am out of that discussion because humanity is better than that and we are not a nation of petty brutes, at least I would like to hope that we are still above such petty skirmishes.

It is my hope that when you read this, you will understand how extremely important it is for all of us to stand united against the global power elites and recognize when we are being gamed so they CANNOT take control of our Minds, Will, and Emotions.

What say you? Are you stronger than the criminals in charge or are you weak minded numbskulls? Let’s pull it together America because if we don’t we will fall divided.

United We Stand, Divided We Fall!



Let us now take a look at the history which has brought us the American flag shall we?

Flag Timeline

States and their dates of admission are shown in bold red. Starting in 1819, the updated flag becomes legal on the Fourth of July following the date of admission.

1775
anappealtoheaven

American ships in New England waters flew a “Liberty Tree” flag in 1775. It shows a green pine tree on a white background, with the words, “An Appeal to Heaven.”

1775
donttreadonme

The Continental Navy used this flag, with the warning, “Don’t Tread on Me,” upon its inception.

1775
sonsofliberty

Sons of Liberty flag.

1775
newengland

New England flag.

1775
forster

Forster flag.

1776
gu Star Flag

January 1 — The Grand Union flag (Continental Colors) is displayed on Prospect Hill. It has 13 alternate red and white stripes and the British Union Jack in the upper left-hand corner (the canton).

1776
betsy

May — Betsy Ross reports that she sewed the first American flag

1777
13_stars2

Another 13-star flag, in the 3-2-3-2-3 pattern.

1777?
cowpens

Cowpens Flag. According to some sources, this flag was first used in 1777. It was used by the Third Maryland Regiment. There was no official pattern for how the stars were to be arranged. The flag was carried at the Battle of Cowpens, which took place on January 17, 1781, in South Carolina. The actual flag from that battle hangs in the Maryland State House.

1777
brandywine

Brandywine Flag.

1777
13 Star Flag

June 14 — Continental Congress adopts the following: Resolved: that the flag of the United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation. Stars represent Delaware (December 7, 1787), Pennsylvania (December 12, 1787), New Jersey (December 18, 1787), Georgia (January 2, 1788), Connecticut (January 9, 1788), Massachusetts (February 6, 1788), Maryland (April 28, 1788), South Carolina (May 23, 1788), New Hampshire (June 21, 1788), Virginia (June 25, 1788), New York (July 26, 1788), North Carolina (November 21, 1789), and Rhode Island (May 29, 1790)

1779
johnpauljones

John Paul Jones Flag, also called the Serapis Flag.

1781?
guilford

The Guilford Flag.

1787 Captain Robert Gray carries the flag around the world on his sailing vessel (around the tip of South America, to China, and beyond). He discovered a great river and named it after his boat The Columbia. His discovery was the basis of America’s claim to the Oregon Territory.
1795
15 Star Flag

Flag with 15 stars and 15 stripes Vermont (March 4, 1791), Kentucky (June 1, 1792)

1803
indianpeace

Indian Peace Flag.

1814 September 14 — Francis Scott Key writes “The Star-Spangled Banner.” It officially becomes the national anthem in 1931.
1814
easton

Easton Flag.

1818
20 Star Flag

Flag with 20 stars and 13 stripes (it remains at 13 hereafter) Tennessee (June 1, 1796), Ohio (March 1, 1803), Louisiana (April 30, 1812), Indiana (December 11, 1816), Mississippi (December 10, 1817)

1819
21 Star Flag

Flag with 21 stars Illinois (December 3, 1818)

1820
23 Star Flag

Flag with 23 stars Alabama (December 14, 1819), Maine (March 15, 1820)
first flag on Pikes Peak

c. 1820-30
bennington

Bennington Flag. According to some accounts, this flag was flown at the Battle of Bennington. It is sometimes called the Fillmore Flag. The story goes that Nathaniel Fillmore took this flag home from the battlefield, and the flag was passed down through generations of Fillmores, including Millard, and today it can be seen at Vermont’s Bennington Museum. Most experts doubt this story and date the flag to about 1820-30.

1822
24 Star Flag

Flag with 24 stars Missouri (August 10, 1821)

1836
25 Star Flag

Flag with 25 stars Arkansas (June 15, 1836)

1837
26 Star Flag

Flag with 26 stars Michigan (Jan 26, 1837)

1837
greatstar

Great Star Flag.

1845
27 Star Flag

Flag with 27 stars Florida (March 3, 1845)

1846
28 Star Flag

Flag with 28 stars Texas (December 29, 1845)

1847
29 Star Flag

Flag with 29 stars Iowa (December 28, 1846)

1847
29_stars2

29 Star Flag.

1848
30 Star Flag

Flag with 30 stars Wisconsin (May 29, 1848)

1851
31 Star Flag

Flag with 31 stars California (September 9, 1850)

1858
32 Star Flag

Flag with 32 stars Minnesota (May 11, 1858)

1859
33 Star Flag

Flag with 33 stars Oregon (February 14, 1859)

1861
34 Star Flag

Flag with 34 stars; Kansas (January 29, 1861)
Note: Even after the South seceded from the Union, President Lincoln would not allow any stars to be removed from the flag.

• first Confederate Flag (Stars and Bars) adopted in Montgomery, Alabama

1861
ftsumter

Fort Sumter Flag.

1863
35 Star Flag

Flag with 35 stars West Virginia (June 20, 1863)

1865
36 Star Flag

Flag with 36 stars Nevada (October 31, 1864)

1867
37 Star Flag

Flag with 37 stars Nebraska (March 1, 1867)

1869
flagstamp

First flag on a postage stamp

1876
centennial

Centennial Flag.

1877
38 Star Flag

Flag with 38 stars Colorado (August 1, 1876)

1877
38_stars2

38 Star Flag.

1889 Flag with 39 stars that never was! Flag manufacturers believed that the two Dakotas would be admitted as one state and so manufactured this flag, some of which still exist. It was never an official flag.
1890
43 Star Flag

Flag with 43 stars North Dakota (November 2, 1889), South Dakota (November 2, 1889), Montana (November 8, 1889), Washington (November 11, 1889), Idaho (July 3, 1890)

1891
44 Star Flag

Flag with 44 stars Wyoming (July 10, 1890)

1892 “Pledge of Allegiance” first published in a magazine called “The Youth’s Companion,” written by Francis Bellamy.
1896
45 Star Flag

Flag with 45 stars Utah (January 4, 1896)

1897 Adoption of State Flag Desecration Statutes — By the late 1800’s an organized flag protection movement was born in reaction to perceived commercial and political misuse of the flag. After supporters failed to obtain federal legislation, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota became the first States to adopt flag desecration statutes. By 1932, all of the States had adopted flag desecration laws.

In general, these State laws outlawed: (i) placing any kind of marking on the flag, whether for commercial, political, or other purposes; (ii) using the flag in any form of advertising; and (iii) publicly mutilating, trampling, defacing, defiling, defying or casting contempt, either by words or by act, upon the flag. Under the model flag desecration law, the term “flag” was defined to include any flag, standard, ensign, or color, or any representation of such made of any substance whatsoever and of any size that evidently purported to be said flag or a picture or representation thereof, upon which shall be shown the colors, the stars and stripes in any number, or by which the person seeing the same without deliberation may believe the same to represent the flag of the U.S.

1907 Halter v. Nebraska (205 U.S. 34) — The Supreme Court holds that although the flag was a federal creation, the States’ had the authority to promulgate flag desecration laws under their general police power to safeguard public safety and welfare.

Halter involved a conviction of two businessmen selling “Stars and Stripes” brand beer with representations of the U.S. flag affixed to the labels. The defendants did not raise any First Amendment claim.

1908
46 Star Flag

Flag with 46 stars Oklahoma (November 16, 1907)

1909 Robert Peary places the flag his wife sewed atop the North Pole. He left fragments of it as he traveled north. Ref
1912 June 24, President Taft signs Executive Order which establishes proportions of the flag and specifies arrangement and orientation of the stars.
1912
48 Star Flag

Flag with 48 stars New Mexico (January 6, 1912), Arizona (February 14, 1912)

1931 Stromberg v. California (283 U.S. 359) — The Supreme Court finds that a State statute prohibiting the display of a “red flag” as a sign of opposition to organized government unconstitutionally infringed on the defendant’s First Amendment rights. Stromberg represents the Court’s first declaration that “symbolic speech” is protected by the First Amendment.
1942 Federal Flag Code (36 U.S.C. 171 et seq.) — On June 22, 1942, President Roosevelt approves the Federal Flag Code, providing for uniform guidelines for the display and respect shown to the flag. The Flag Code does not prescribe any penalties for non-compliance nor does it include any enforcement provisions, rather it functions simply as a guide for voluntary civilian compliance.
1943 West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette (319 U.S. 624) — The Supreme Court holds that public school children could not be compelled to salute the U.S. flag. In a now famous passage, Justice Jackson highlighted the importance of freedom of expression under the First Amendment:

Freedom to differ is not limited to things that do not matter much. That would be a mere shadow of freedom. The test of its substance is the right to differ as to things that touch the heart of the existing order. If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion or other matters of opinion.

1945 The flag that flew over Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, is flown over the White House on August 14, when the Japanese accepted surrender terms.
1949 August 3 — Truman signs bill requesting the President call for Flag Day (June 14) observance each year by proclamation.
1954 By act of Congress, the words “Under God” are inserted into the Pledge of Allegiance
1959
49 Star Flag

Flag with 49 stars Alaska (January 3, 1959)

1960
50 Star Flag

Flag with 50 stars Hawaii (August 21, 1959)

1962 In the case Engel v. Vitale, the court decides that government-directed prayer in public schools is unconstitutional, a violation of the Establishment Clause. This case is relevant to the flag in that it set a precedent for debate over use of the phrase “under God” which was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954.
1963 Flag placed on top of Mount Everest by Barry Bishop.
1968 Adoption of Federal Flag Desecration Law (18 U.S.C. 700 et seq.) — Congress approves the first federal flag desecration law in the wake of a highly publicized Central Park flag burning incident in protest of the Vietnam War. The federal law made it illegal to “knowingly” cast “contempt” upon “any flag of the United States by publicly mutilating, defacing, defiling, burning or trampling upon it.” The law defined flag in an expansive manner similar to most States.
1969 July 20 — The American flag is placed on the moon by Neil Armstrong.
1969 Street v. New York (394 U.S. 576) — The Supreme Court holds that New York could not convict a person based on his verbal remarks disparaging the flag. Street was arrested after he learned of the shooting of civil rights leader James Meredith and reacted by burning his own flag and exclaiming to a small crowd that if the government could allow Meredith to be killed, “we don’t need no damn flag.” The Court avoided deciding whether flag burning was protected by the First Amendment, and instead overturned the conviction based on Street’s oral remarks. In Street, the Court found there was not a sufficient governmental interest to warrant regulating verbal criticism of the flag.
1972 Smith v. Goguen (415 U.S. 94) — The Supreme Court holds that Massachusetts could not prosecute a person for wearing a small cloth replica of the flag on the seat of his pants based on a State law making it a crime to publicly treat the flag of the United States with “contempt.” The Massachusetts statute was held to be unconstitutionally “void for vagueness.”
1974 Spence v. Washington (418 U.S. 405) — The Supreme Court holds that the State of Washington could not convict a person for attaching removable tape in the form of a peace sign to a flag. The defendant had attached the tape to his flag and draped it outside of his window in protest of the U.S. invasion of Cambodia and the Kent State killings. The Court again found under the First Amendment there was not a sufficient governmental interest to justify regulating this form of symbolic speech. Although not a flag burning case, this represented the first time the Court had clearly stated that protest involving the physical use of the flag should be seen as a form of protected expression under the First Amendment.
1970-1980 Revision of State Flag Desecration Statutes — During this period legislatures in some 20 States narrow the scope of their flag desecration laws in an effort to conform to perceived Constitutional restrictions under the Street, Smith, and Spence cases and to more generally parallel the federal law (i.e., focusing more specifically on mutilation and other forms of physical desecration, rather than verbal abuse or commercial or political misuse).
1989 Texas v. Johnson (491 U.S. 397) — The Supreme Court upholds the Texas Court of Criminal appeals finding that Texas law — making it a crime to “desecrate” or otherwise “mistreat” the flag in a way the “actor knows will seriously offend one or more persons” — was unconstitutional as applied. This was the first time the Supreme Court had directly considered the applicability of the First Amendment to flag burning.

Gregory Johnson, a member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, was arrested during a demonstration outside of the 1984 Republican National Convention in Dallas after he set fire to a flag while protestors chanted “America, the red, white, and blue, we spit on you.” In a 5-4 decision authored by Justice Brennan, the Court first found that burning the flag was a form of symbolic speech subject to protection under the First Amendment. The Court also determined that under United States v. O’Brien, 391 U.S. 367 (1968), since the State law was related to the suppression of freedom of expression, the conviction could only be upheld if Texas could demonstrate a “compelling” interest in its law. The Court next found that Texas’ asserted interest in “protecting the peace” was not implicated under the facts of the case. Finally, while the Court acknowledged that Texas had a legitimate interest in preserving the flag as a “symbol of national unity,” this interest was not sufficiently compelling to justify a “content based” legal restriction (i.e., the law was not based on protecting the physical integrity of the flag in all circumstances, but was designed to protect it from symbolic protest likely to cause offense to others).

1989 Revision of Federal Flag Desecration Statute — Pursuant to the Flag Protection Act of 1989, Congress amends the 1968 federal flag desecration statute in an effort to make it “content neutral” and conform to the Constitutional requirements of Johnson. As a result, the 1989 Act sought to prohibit flag desecration under all circumstances by deleting the statutory requirement that the conduct cast contempt upon the flag and narrowing the definition of the term “flag” so that its meaning was not based on the observation of third parties.
1990 United States v. Eichman (496 U.S. 310) — Passage of the Flag Protection Act results in a number of flag burning incidents protesting the new law. The Supreme Court overturned several flag burning convictions brought under the Flag Protection Act of 1989. The Court holds that notwithstanding Congress’ effort to adopt a more content neutral law, the federal law continued to be principally aimed at limiting symbolic speech.
1990 Rejection of Constitutional Amendment — Following the Eichman decision, Congress considers and rejects a Constitutional Amendment specifying that “the Congress and the States have the power to prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States.” The amendment failed to muster the necessary two-thirds Congressional majorities, as it was supported by only a 254 — 177 margin in the House (290 votes were necessary) and a 58 — 42 margin in the Senate (67 votes were necessary).
1995 December 12 — The Flag Desecration Constitutional Amendment is narrowly defeated in the Senate. The Amendment to the Constitution would make burning the flag a punishable crime.
2001
sept 11 flag

September 11 — The Flag from the World Trade towers survives and becomes a symbol of sacrifice in service, loss, and determination.

2002 June 26 — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in California declares that reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional because “under God” (inserted into the Pledge in 1954) was a violation of the Establishment Clause, that expression not create the reasonable impression that the government is sponsoring, endorsing, or inhibiting religion generally, or favoring or disfavoring a particular religion. This ruling was reconfirmed in February 2003, and applies only to the 9th Circuit (the following districts: Alaska, Arizona, Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Eastern and Western Washington, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands). (See 2010)
2004 June 14 — The Supreme Court declines to hear a case challenging “One nation under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance. “While the court did not address the merits of the case, it is clear that the Pledge of Allegiance and the words ‘under God’ can continue to be recited by students across America,” said Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice.
2005 January 25 — Constitutional amendment, sponsored by Rep. Duke Cunningham, introduced. It reads simply, “The Congress shall have power to prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States.”

June 22 — The Constitutional amendment (see above) is approved by the House (vote of 286-130). It requires Senate approval. Then it must receive approval from 38 states within seven years.

2006 June 28 — The Senate is one vote short of passing the Constitutional amendment (see above).
2006 July 19 — H.R.42 is passed, preventing condominiums or residential real estate management associations from forbidding the flying of the US flag. Read full law
2010 The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in California declares that the phrase “under God” in the Pledge is constitutional. The majority decision states, “The Pledge of Allegiance serves to unite our vast nation through the proud recitation of some of the ideals upon which our Republic was founded.” It states later, “Coercion to engage in a patriotic activity, like the Pledge of Allegiance, does not run afoul of the Establishment Clause.” (See 2002) Read decision [pdf]
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51 Star Flag

Proposed flag with 51 stars, to be used if a 51st state is added.

Source: http://www.ushistory.org/betsy/flagfact.html

So remember, United We Stand, Divided We Fall.- Do Not Fall!

LET US ALL STAND UNITED AGAINST THOSE WHO WOULD SEEK TO DESTROY OUR COUNTRY AND TAKE AWAY OUR FREEDOMS!

The Truth is out there, waiting to be found…

RedPillRedPill signing off…