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Guns and Butter - April 23, 2014 at 1:00pm

Guns and Butter, for April 23, 2014 - 1:00pm

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"We Remember Michael Ruppert and John Judge" with Michael Ruppert and John Judge.

First Guns and Butter program from October 12, 2001 with Michael Ruppert on "Wall Street, the CIA and 9/11", one month after September 11th. Excerpt from a two hour presentation of September 19, 2002, "9/11 and Future Wars" with John Judge. We pay tribute to two seekers of truth who left us in April 2014.

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"Heavy is the heart of he who

"Heavy is the heart of he who feels"

"Blessed is he, who has learned to bear what he cannot change, and to give up with dignity, what he cannot save."


I listened to Michael Ruppert's last podcast linked above (thanks to stiffy).

He voiced some of his anguish, anxieties and alienations that he feels while navigating in today's world. He mentioned the crowded airports and the lack of human warmth and humanity that seem to have become the norm almost everywhere one happens to be.

I completely relate to those feelings, I experience them myself on a regular basis.

From my perspective as a believer (believer in God, His messengers, Judgement Day, Hell, Paradise...etc), I take those feelings as a vivid reminder that this earthly existence is not supposed to be our Home. On the contrary, this earthly life is just a transitory place that is designed to be a place of trials and tribulations of all kinds.

Depression that comes with the feeling of inadequacy and unhappiness in this earthly dimension is, in my opinion, healthy and normal for a  beautiful soul, providing one is aware of the core reason of depression and keeps control over it.

Depression occurs when the soul is longing to be dwelling in its Real Home, which is Paradise, the place of eternal bliss for the righteous souls who haven't denied their Maker.

"Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths." Bible [Proverbs 3, 5-6]

In contrast, the misguided souls that think this earthly life is the real absolut home, tend to be fully immersed in this dimension, often falling in the traps of greed, jealousy...etc. They want another flashy car, another building,...etc.

They allow themselves to become like a mule chasing the dangling carrot on a stick until death puts a stop to their stupidity. Unfortunately, they are often a burden on humanity because they radiate nothing but negative energy wherever they happen to be.

I just wish Michael Ruppert had resisted his urges to kill himself and could have found a different outlet for the pain of his soul.

I just wish Michael Ruppert had understood that the door of ease in the dark cave of pain and depression, is not suicide but Surrender.

I just wish Michael Ruppert had absorbed and digested the wisdom of the serenity prayer, as much as he could, when it reads :

"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change;
courage to change the things I can;
and wisdom to know the difference.

Living one day at a time; 
Enjoying one moment at a time; 
Accepting hardships as the pathway to peace."

RIP Mr. Ruppert.

RIP Mr. Ruppert.

Great show. Had to listen

Great show. Had to listen twice. I don't know what I would do without my Guns and Butter.

Great rerun! Always good to

Great rerun! Always good to hear--in public--the broadcast of 911 truth. this has been swept under the official rug, and will stay there but for all of us who listen to guns and butter. and i hope a lot more....
thanks, bonnie

Yes, yes to Valeri Hood's

Yes, yes to Valeri Hood's comment above (4/23/14) on the replay today of G&B's first program ever and for the Judge utube heads-up. The program is appropriate to the cardinal Grand Square occurring above us intensively this week.

Of course THANKS EVER to Bonnie for giving Ruppert and Judge today. I also missed the Ruppert segment and will listen again. I saw him speak years ago. He had a detractor outside the venue, whom I engaged.

Having just lost on this plane and in my presence an outspoken loved one, I assert that there exists also a conservation of joy (along with matter and energy). A conviction occurred in me then that joy in (and) those who have it,-- continues after what we call death. I wouldn't want Judge's and Ruppert's souls working to vitiate ME, if they saw fit, from the other side.

brilliant show today and

brilliant show today and thankyou- i just listened to the john judge utube yesterday- listening to it again today, i realized how much i had missed- once again, kudos to you for replaying these important speakers, who deserve to be not only heard, but understood, quoted and sent on to others for more understanding of these misunderstood issues- John Judge has a clarity un-matched by most speakers. Missed the Ruppert portion and am looking fwd to hearing it. For others who would like the full judge presentation

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