In the photograph that Judy Gall took of the Rosamond Gallery in Carmel, we see an OPEN sign reflected in the gallery window. A woman with blonde hair stands before it. Images of the Story Teller and her court are captured behind the glass. Rosamond lies sleeping, she asking the question;
“What do you see when you close your eyes?”
Portals are used in fiction to travel to different world’s and realities where truths are revealed – and brought back. Consider Mary Magadalene discovering the empty tomb of her “master”. What truth lies just beyond the glass?
In this clip from the movie ‘Citzen Kane’ the moment Kane whispers “Rosebud” and the glass darkly, shatters, a door opens and a nurse enters to pull a white shroud over the Word Master of the World. How did she know he was dead – had just died? Oron Welles has applied a Portal.
My brother, Mark Presco, and my father, Vic Presco, were and are, Fascists and neo-Nazis who got close to Christine Rosamond’s world success. Try as I may, I can not make my most liberal friends understand why this is so alarming to me. If Bill Arnold were alive, he would understand that the World of Beauty and Art is under attack – for starters! I have said to my friends that my brother invented the right-wing, and is the original Rush Limbaugh. He is my opposite. I and Christine were original hippies that were close to the epicenter of that movement that sought world peace. Vic and Mark are Haters and Lovers of War. Hitler and his henchman glommed on the Art of the World. They paraded in front of masterpieces in order to get everyone to focus on them.
In the case of the Rose of the World Portal, it is a case of what you don’t see – whom is not visible! There are no photographs of my brother at the Rosamond Gallery, or, anywhere near her women. This is because he likes to manipulate people from behind the scenes. He is the Svengali of who has captured Rosamond’s Beautiful Women, and silence them.
My brother is Citizen Cain who owns the Mark of Cain, and he stands at the threshold prpeared to lead the Son of Cain to victory.
Here is a post that declares the Tea Party movement a fascist movement. You have to wake up. The eye of the hurricane – cometh! Dark Monsters are poised to overcome our Democracy.
I have titled the statue of Liberty ‘The Rose of the World’. Lady Liberty invited the tired, the hundgry, the disnefranchise 47% to seek shelter in her resolve to overcome the storm of tyranny. She is the sister of Helios of the Isle of Rhodes that Rose out of the sea.
A portal in science fiction and fantasy is a magical or technological doorway that connects two distant locations separated by spacetime. It usually consists of two or more gateways, with an object entering one gateway leaving via the other instantaneously.
Places that a portal will link to include a different spot in the same universe (in which case it might be an alternative for teleportation); a parallel world (inter-dimensional portal); the past or the future (time portal); and other planes of existence, such as heaven, hell or other afterworlds. A parallel world, such as C. S. Lewis’s Wood between the Worlds in his Chronicles of Narnia, may exist solely to contain multiple portals, perhaps to every parallel world in existence. Portals are similar to the cosmological concept of a wormhole, and some portals work using wormholes.
The New Colossus
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
with conquering limbs astride from land to land;
Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand
a mighty woman with a torch, whose flame
is the imprisoned lightning, and her name
Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand
Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command
The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame,
“Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she
with silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore,
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
The interior of the pedestal contains a bronze plaque inscribed with the poem “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus. It has never been engraved on the exterior of the pedestal, despite such depictions in editorial cartoons. The bronze plaque in the pedestal contains a typographical error: the comma in “Keep, ancient lands” is missing, causing that line to read “‘Keep ancient lands, your storied pomp!’ cries she”, and noticeably altering its meaning.
The Tea Party is a fascist organization having either all or most of the common elements of Fascism.
by gregory.ditzler Posted May 05, 2012
Here are the key elements of Fascism;
1. You are obsessed with national power and pride and believe your
country doesn’t have to follow the rules and shouldn’t ever apologize
for doing things that are wrong. You think your nation can do whatever
(The Tea Party believes in American Exceptionalism, isn’t that exactly what’s described here?)
2. You believe in the rule of the few, election rigging, political
decisions being made by a select group of officials behind closed doors,
embrace the informal and unregulated exercise of political power,
arbitrary deprivation of civil liberties, and little tolerance for
(Notice how the Tea Party pushes for new voting laws.)
3. You believe in survival of the fittest, an every man for himself
mentality that causes you to believe that poor people and sick people
are weak and must be punished. You think rich people are strong because
they are wealthy and that they should rule us. You also believe your
race is superior to all others.
(Notice how the Tea Party objectifies poor people as weak and believe that the rich somehow are entitled to outrageous business practices.)
4. You use the media as a political propaganda machine to target a
specific audience and to push your agenda on others. You make sure the
media demonizes your opponents and takes your side on nearly every
issue. You use your propaganda machine to play on the fears of others.
(Isn’t this the purpose of Fox News?)
5. You are obsessed with security, and war. You feed this obsession
by spending trillions of dollars building up a large military force and
are willing to sacrifice domestic programs your people count on to keep
your military huge. You start unnecessary and costly wars and you are
paranoid of other nations.
(Note it is the Tea Party that is talking about nuclear preemptive strikes on Iran.)
6. You are driven to indoctrinate others into your way of thinking.
So much so, that you try to re-write history, change the way school
children are taught and you brainwash the ignorant. You use your
propaganda machine as a tool to achieve this.
(What does the Tea Party do concerning Global Climate Change or trying to define a fetus as a sentient being?)
7. You fear and demonize intelligent people who have a higher
education because they are the ones who can thwart your effort to
brainwash people. You then attempt to prevent others from achieving a
higher education because you want the people as ignorant as possible so
you can convince them that your way is the right way.
(The Tea Party believes that the Schools and the Teachers Unions are part of a Communist conspiracy.)
8. You have a deep hatred and fear of communists and you instill your
followers with hatred and fear of others by accusing your political
opponents of being communists. This gives you an easy scapegoat to blame
when things go wrong. Any person or policy you don’t like is branded as
(The Tea Party constantly mocks there political adversaries as Communists or Socialists.)
9. You disrespect women and think their place is in the home. You
believe women are weak and cannot do things that men do. You believe
that sexual harassment or assault is no big deal and that the only thing
women are good for is cooking meals and having babies.
(Isn’t it the Tea Party that wants to ban abortion and deny birth control coverage for women?)
10. You strongly align yourself with corporations and you support
corporate money and influence in government. You despise government
regulations that keep corporations honest because you believe everything
should be controlled by the free market and that corporations should be
allowed to do whatever they please.
(ALEC backs the Tea Party)
11. You are obsessed with Christianity. You seek to declare a
Christian State and to impose religious laws on all the people across
the country and the world. You believe other religions are inferior and
that those who practice them should either be converted or destroyed.
(Name one Tea Party candidate running for office in recent years that wasn’t christian or on the rare occasion Jewish?)
12. You believe your race is superior and seek to disenfranchise or
humiliate other races. You believe in legalized discrimination and
fantasize about a return to times when the races were separate or when
those of color were enslaved. You use code words in an attempt to hide
your racism and you make laws that weaken the influence of those of
color. Immigration and voting laws in particular.
(May I mention the use of the Confederate flag, a flag that symbolized the rule of large white plantation owners owning millions of slaves from Africa.)
13. You absolutely despise unions. To you and those like you, labor
unions represent the empowerment of workers. Since you believe
corporations can do whatever they want, you see organized labor as a
threat because they fight for higher wages, health care, safety
regulations, less hours, vacations, sick days, and holidays off. This
obviously threatens the amount of money corporations can give to you and
your cause so you brand unions as proponents of socialism and make laws
that severely weaken them so that corporations can have a cheap,
mindless labor force.
(Is there anything the Tea Party hates more than Unions?)
14. You are obsessed with crime and a major supporter of punishing
those who commit crimes. So much so, that you don’t care about the
concept of ‘innocent until proven guilty.’ You are proud of executing
people and aren’t bothered if an innocent person is killed. You seek to
make harsher laws, especially laws that target specific groups of people
such as immigrants, women, and people of color. You also oppose Miranda
rights and using humane interrogation tactics and you seek to undermine
the independent judiciary.
(Conservatives are more likely to support laws banning Marijuana for no reason.)
15. You believe every election should go your way and to reach that
goal, you push voting laws that disenfranchise those who traditionally
vote for opponents such as people of color, the elderly, college
students, and the poor. You even stoop to fixing elections in some cases
and complain when your opponents challenge the vote counts.
(Remember all those Voting Laws ALEC tried to get passed and succeeded in a few states.)
16. You believe in rewarding your friends with positions when you
gain power and you reward those who support you with government
contracts and money, especially corporations. You also do your best to
aid your supporters in any way you can, such as repealing undesirable
pieces of legislation and regulations. You often have something to gain
financially from this.
(The Koch Brothers give extensive amounts of money to the Republican Party and the Republican Party does favors for the groups like ALEC.)
17. You create scapegoats to blame when problems arise. Whether it’s
communists, liberals, minorities, homosexuals, the poor, or
non-Christians, one thing is for certain. You and your propaganda tool
will blame each and every one of those groups for bad things that happen
even if you were the cause of the problems in the first place.
(how many times has the Tea Party demonized Atheists, Homosexuals, Liberals, and the Poor.)
18. You take advantage of a national disaster such as an economic
collapse or an attack to demonize your opponents and push your agenda.
You use these events to strike fear into the population in an attempt to
scare people into voting for you and your cause. It’s all about fear
and scare tactics.
(Not unlike using the deficit to scare people away from voting for democrats.)
Svengali is a fictional character in George du Maurier’s 1894 novel Trilby. He is a hypnotist who makes the title character into a famous singer.
The word “svengali” has come to refer to a person who, with evil intent, controls another person by persuasion or deceit. The Svengali may feign kindness and use manipulation to get the other person to yield his or her autonomy.
At first look, the movie seems to revolve around a confrontation between an innocent child and a monstrous military captain. But in truth, it represents a microcosm overwhelmed by fascism. The Devil’s Backbone was already laid on that structure. But in that case, through fantasy, Del Toro made a bunch of characters lost in an orphanage surrounded by the desert into a deep allegory of the world. A ghost was the core of this allegory. In Pan’s Labyrinth the title explicitly tells us that this time the fantasy will be embodied by Pan, the mythological figure. Nevertheless, we pass from ghost story to fairytale without any variation in the filmmaking style.
A lot more can be said about the negative side of developing this country to what is today. And white people were not the only ones involved. Blacks and Asians were in the mix.
But I will show that it is white people who made this country the richest most desirable place to live on the planet. A place so desirable that it seems everyone in the world wants a piece of the “American Dream”, in fact they think they have a right to it. This is setting us up for the biggest culture clash this country has seen to date.
The most important purpose of this discussion is to answer three of the most burning questions of our time.
1. Should white people feel guilty about their wealth?
2. Must white people share their wealth?
3. Do white people have the responsibility to provide economic parity to the other races?
As harsh as it sounds the answer to all three is NO!!!
It has been demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that communism, or any other form of wealth sharing, is a formula for poverty for all. Mao starved 30 million Chinese to death in the 1960s.
No human being has the right live at the expense of another. This is the definition of a parasite:
2. a person who receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return, as one who lives on the hospitality of others.
When one race chronically lives and grows its population at the expense of another race that race should be labeled a parasitic race.
Except for rare unforeseen emergency aid, everyone must be held responsible providing for themselves. It’s the only thing that works.
The Civil Rights Movement
The civil rights movement was the beginning of the end of race relations for me, but not for the reasons you might think. I was attending Oakland High in Oakland CA from ’60 to ’63. I did not perceive a race problem then. The racial mix was very close to the country today, majority white, a large black population and well represented with Asians and Latinos.
We liked the same music, went to the same dances and had a good time together. I played on the football team so many of my good friends were black. One of my best friends was black. I was very optimistic about the future, even contemplating us all melding into brown people.
I supported the civil rights movement because I knew there were still pockets of institutionalized racism in the country. I believed we were finally going to make the words of our Declaration of Independence and Constitution ring true for all Americans.
Almost immediately after civil rights were firmly established in this country, I begin to observe black people segregate themselves. The most important thing in the black community began to be perceived of as appropriately black. To this end black people have created their own music, their own dress, even their own language, in short, their own culture. This culture is not only intended to be different from the white culture, it is anti-white. To my mind it has become the most racist culture in this country. The worst insult one member of this culture can pay another is to accuse them of acting white. Within this culture constant charges and counter charges as to whether your skin is too light or too dark. Skin color is everything to this culture.
The worst of all is the concept of affirmative action which sprang from the civil rights movement. This is nothing more than reverse discrimination. Black people threw the concept of a color blind society right out window. They want us to notice their skin color and they demand privileged treatment because of it. This was the first nail in the coffin of race relations for me.
Being Appropriately Black In America
This brings us back to the basic dilemma. Do we treat people as individuals or as a group? Black people’s concept of affirmative action clearly shows that they want to be treated as a group. But this is not the only way.
It is now the 21st century and for the first time in the history of this country a man of color, Barak Obama, has a shot at the presidency. The first thing we heard from the black community is “Is he appropriately black?”
What does it mean to be appropriately black in America? It means promoting the official black agenda. They call it:
“Keeping the pressure up on the white man”:
· Keep the guilt trips coming.
· Never let the slavery wound heal, keep it open and bleeding.
· Never forgive or forget, or let white people forget, a single insult paid to black people.
· Never acknowledge a single thing white people do to for black people.
· Hold black people responsible for nothing.
· Hold white people responsible for everything.
· Blame it all on the “White Devil”.
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln is a book by historian Doris Kearns Goodwin published in 2005. The book is a biographical portrait of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and some of the men who served with him in his Cabinet from 1861 to 1865. Three of his Cabinet members had previously run against Lincoln in the 1860 election: Attorney General Edward Bates, Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase and Secretary of State William H. Seward. The book focuses on Lincoln’s mostly successful attempts to reconcile conflicting personalities and political factions on the path to abolition and victory in the US Civil War.