Tuesday 18 January 2011


I apologize to my readers and anyone else who follows the work and life of this great man, but what you read is all I know about his current situation. I have no idea as of yet why he is back behind bars but I will post the moment I find out. He is a true martyr to all that is good and right in the world so they are doing their damnedest to snuff out his light. All we can do is pray for him and send him as much love as we can muster.

This was written last week and received by mail today. Ironic since Fritz is now back in the slammer. The Illuminati need not worry about Fritz's supporters since no one responded to my appeal for an organizer of a "Fritz Springmeier Defense Committee." 

.In this article, Fritz mentions that the development of a slave class has made great strides since his imprisonment in 2003.

by Fritz Springmeier
January 18, 2011

People have questions for me...

Is there life after prison?

What's it like to leave American society in Feb. 2003 
and pop back into it in Oct. 2010?

What catches your attention?

And finally, how do ex-felons in the USA 
re-enter mainstream life as productive people,
and avoid re-cycling back to prison?

One of the mechanisms (a government program of course) in place for the transition from prison life to mainstream life is the half-way house.

So here are some of my reflections on those questions while I'm currently in a half-way house. Typically, the inmate upon release from prison relaxes, only to discover that the half-way house is no place to relax; in fact some of the rules are even stricter, and while the negative the negative head-trip is not as obvious; the same prison spirit of distrust and treatment as if one were an irresponsible two-year-old baby continues, with frequent property inspections, breath tests, urine tests given under watchful eye of staff, and pat-downs. These are on going.

In prison, one could have his or her own laundry soap in one's locker. In my half-way house, we're not trusted with laundry soap.

Federal half-way houses are seen by the Bureau of Prisons who contracts with various half-way houses to house released prisoners still in the B.o.P.'s jurisdiction.
BTW, the half-way house also houses people under the eye of the probation dept.

It's not my desire to pass judgment on their policies; I haven't tried to run a half-way house. But I can simply relate what it feels like.

I decided the biggest head-trip was the illusion of freedom, which stumbles some of the half-way house residents. Some get returned to prison before they reach the streets. An example of the illusion of freedom....

One male half-way home resident fell in love and married a female resident. They were both violated, given new charge, and returned to prison. The analogy of this is the promise of freedom offered to Blacks during the American Civil War.

And then, these same ex-slaves saw their hopes dashed on the rocks of discrimination. The slave went from serving his master as a slave to share crops, toiling under the same discrimination, doing the same tasks. (Perhaps this analogy will be lost on most readers, because few people know how the Civil War was lost during the Reconstruction Era by a guerrilla war spearheaded by the KKK to return Blacks to the place they had been. A hard working educated and successful black businessman in the South in a small town was likely to be hung; and the second "Civil War" is largely unknown.)

Likewise the same discriminatory prison-like attitudes hover over us in the half-way house.  Many inmates are told that the jobs they have found are not acceptable. Nothing we say is believed; everything has to be verified by outside sources. Everything we do is assumed to be of criminal intent, unless proven otherwise.

Upon release, the biggest difference for me was how many people have a cell phone in their ears and can be in touch with almost anyone around the globe. And now personal cheques are being phased out in favor of digital transfers.

Yes, we are progressing right into a technocratic dictatorship, with a three-tiered hierarchy: the PTB who rule; technocrats running things, and the obedient slave class. The "Great Transition" (or "Shift") had developed rapidly while I was locked up.

It is sucking us all into its communication web like a spinning vortex of wind. And some day we'll realize we're trapped by this web. Our entire lives will be caught in it, and we won't have seen it coming.

And that brings me to a deeper reality.  When Christ said he came to set the captives free and give them life, what did he mean? It wasn't a halfway house program he was proposing.

One doesn't have to be in prison to be a captive. Think about it.


  1. Hi Noor,
    I read your blog often and appreciate it very much.
    Could you find out or tell us why fritz is back in the slammer again??did things not work out in the half way house for him?? i would have thought he had a myriad of supporters being who he is and what he wrote, and the contribution he has made in the past.
    I respect your work.
    Thank you.

  2. Greets and tyvm for your support.

    Now regarding Fritz, what you see is what I know at this point. For a little while I was thinking that just being in a half way house was being considered prison.

    As for him back in the slammer, I have a gut feeling he is, indeed, once again behind bars. I have not access to find out but will post as soon as I find out anything.

    One of the stipulations of his release was to not write or publish anything controversial and perhaps even his paltry letters might be deemed such by the PTB.

    I just know this man's writings changed my world and clarified a lifetime of curiosity and I know his heart is good. We can only pray that he is free again sooner than later.


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