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I’m Calling It Right Now – Aurora Colorado Theatre Shooting A False Flag

This Aurora Colorado theatre shooting has all the earmarks of a false flag attack that was done to justify pushing through the UN Small Arms Treaty in the U.S., plus other things like heightened security at movie theatres and other venues, etc.

I say this because the event itself, as well as the media buzz is too scripted – a gunman wearing a gasmask, body armor and carrying a rifle, handgun and teargas or smoke bomb – walks into a movie theatre undetected and deploys the gas then opens fire at a point during the movie when there’s a shooting scene happening on the big screen.

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More Taxes On Tobacco Hurts Non-Smokers

More Taxes On Tobacco Hurts Non-SmokersThere are certain groups in Western societies who believe that if governments are going to raise taxes on consumer products, certain products used by other groups in that society should be taxed.

For example, non-smokers think extra taxes on tobacco does not affect them. “Smoking is bad for your health, so if you don’t want to pay the higher taxes, stop smoking” or “It’ll get more people to quit” is their reasoning.

But let’s look at this with a realistic example – if the government adds $1 in extra tax to a pack of cigarettes and there are (approx) one hundred million packs of cigarettes sold in the country per month, that’s $100,000,000 being extracted from the economy of that country every month with no value added – no jobs are created, no businesses profit, etc. In fact, with less money in the overall economy, it’s $100,000,000 that no longer exists for people to buy products at other businesses, like food, clothing for their kids, less money to hire non-smokers to paint their houses or fix their cars… you can see where I’m going with this.

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25 Ways Disinfo Agents Suppress The Truth

25 Ways Disinfo Agents Suppress The TruthWhat if I told you that a lot of the “trolling” that goes on on the internet is not done by a bunch of random kids sitting in their Mom’s basement, and that it’s done by highly trained disinformation agents hired to keep you and the rest of the general public distracted from seeing the truth?

How about those news anchors on TV who attain celebrity status because they seem so intelligent, they’re handsome, righteous, and seem to say all the right things at the right times – are they naturally that way or are they there to do your thinking for you?

Well, after reading the following article by H. Michael Sweeney entitled: 25 Ways To Suppress Truth: The Rules of Disinformation you may need to rethink your beliefs:

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Video: The Story of Your Enslavement

The Story of Your EnslavementThe video below, entitled “The Story of Your Enslavement” explains how humans have went through thousands of years of enslavement from ancient Egypt to the present. It’s one of the best videos I’ve seen on what has been going on in this world. It’s about 13 minutes long. Watch it.

We can only be kept in the cages we do not see. A brief history of human enslavement – up to and including your own. From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy conversation in the world. http://www.freedomainradio.com

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Grassroots Activism: How To Withdraw Your Consent To Be Governed By Corrupt Authority

Grassroots Activism: How To Withdraw Your Consent To Be Governed By Corrupt AuthorityGovernments at all levels in democratic countries, from the town councils of tiny communities to the federal government of the entire nation, are vampires. The only thing that gives them the power they have is the consent of the people they govern. And they manufacture that consent by presuming that when you voted for them, you consented to everything they do from that point on.

This collective consent makes them appear to be powerful. It makes them look larger than life and when they do something you do not agree with, you feel powerless to do anything about it, so you sit back and through your acquiescence accept their tyranny without question.

But the fact is, there is something you can do about it. You are not powerless. You had the power to consent in the first place, so you also have the power to withdraw that consent at any time. Here’s how:

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Here’s How To Thwart Unlawful & Unconstitutional Legislation

Here's How To Thwart Unlawful & Unconstitutional LegislationUnder the guise of national security, which citizens think means protecting them, the U.S. Congress and it’s lawmakers are trying to push through legislation that makes it illegal for journalists to publish stories about government corruption.

Folks, this has nothing to do with national security. It has everything to do with the U.S. government protecting itself by hiding information about it’s own unlawful activities from the very people it governs. This is a perfect example of how governments “legalise things“, or take control of things through legislation so that they get to make up any rules or conditions, how to enforce those rules (aka: force them down your throat), and how to punish you if you don’t comply.

In the following video from RT (Russia Today), they discuss this matter from a journalists point of view. Even though the interviewee is not very articulate in establishing his stance, he brings up a few good points. (More below…)

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If You Think Legalizing Something Is Good, You’re An Idiot

If You Think Legalizing Something Is Good, You're An IdiotI’ll make this short and sweet – if you think legalizing something is a good thing, you’re part of the problem, not part of the solution. Here’s why:

Legalizing something — anything — means our rights to it have been taken away by government regulators who replace those rights with conditional privileges; privileges they can take away from us at any time.

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Michio Kaku, George Bush and the False Dichotomist agenda

Michio Kaku, George Bush and the False Dichotomist agendaWictionary.org defines a False Dichotomy as:

1. (logical fallacy) A situation in which two alternative points of views are presented as the only options, whereas others are available.

A famous example of a false dichotomy is what former U.S. President George Bush said soon after the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center in NYC.

“Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.” (to justify starting a war)

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Canadian Police PR Ploy – Call Themselves “Members”

Canadian Police PR Ploy - Call Themselves "Members"For years I have been studying things like mind control, propaganda techniques, deception, symbolism, corruption, and most recently how the language of legislation (legalese) is used to facilitate the previous things on my list. I have massive amounts of data and info on this, spent countless hours deciphering it all and exposing the truths in the data, so I feel confident that I may have useful insights to share with you over time on how the ruling superclass works. The following is just one of the observations I’ve made.

I’ve been noticing that in the newspapers here in my part of Canada, journalists sometimes refer to police officers as “members“, while in other articles they call them police, RCMP or or some other official title. So I started digging in deeper by researching more than a hundred articles on different newspaper’s web sites and have spotted a trend: When the article reports on something that the police may be held liable for, could be unlawful or that the public may perceive as negative, journalists use the word “member” when referring to the officers involved. But when the article reports on something the police do that would be considered positive, they use the words “police, RCMP,” or officers, etc.

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wlcentral.org: Fear of U.S. backlash further justifies Assange’s concerns

Fear of U.S. backlash further justifies Assange's concernsWlcentral.org, the news site reporting on all things Wikileaks, posted the following on July 7, 2012. I’ve reposted a portion of their article here — with respect to the terms of their Creative Commons license — because I believe the article illustrates how the U.S. uses it’s own media outlets to bully other countries that do not go along with their objectives. Ecuador has stood up to the U.S. on a number of occasions in the recent past where they were interfering in the tiny South American country’s internal affairs and they are are being demonized for it.

Remember folks, defending yourself from bullies these days is a form of terrorism.

From the wlcentral.org article:

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