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The Greatest Con in History

Do you yearn to be free?  Do you think government is needed?

Learn the answers to these questions in the video below:

The quality of discourse in the US is at an all time low.  In fact, it’s headed towards civil war if it continues to escalate.

Leftist ideologues are egged on by the mass media and by funding from George Soros.  They have become extreme and intolerant.

They are no longer wiling to engage in rational debate, but instead hurl insults of “nazi” or “racist.”  And when a black man has the “wrong opinions”, they just go ballistic.

The word for this condition of insanity is sanctimonia, and is a condition where you don’t listen to others,  You are just triggered by words of people and you go into a state of total insanity.  Read up on this here.

One black woman and former member of Congress, Cynthia McKinney, thinks for herself and realizes that all of this is insanity.  She has went from being a leftist to being an anarchist, because she came to realize that government is not the solution, it is the problem.

Watch what Cynthia has to say below.

We have a unique opportunity to free ourselves from government and corporate enslavement once and for all.

Crypto currencies, decentralization, and anarchy lead the way.

We also have a free course, which you can find on this blog, called “Status Correction” that takes you by the hand and shows you how to free yourself from tyranny of all kinds.  AND IT’S FREE!

We have the chance, right now, to make this world what WE WANT IT TO BE, not what some old power elite that has been in power for thousands of years wants.

We must reject both the king and the priest, or government and religion, and take responsibility for ourselves and make this world what we want it to be for once.  A place to raise our children in peace, freedom and prosperity.

The elite have divided and ruled us for far too long.  They have their fake wars, create religious and racial strife among people, and other horrible things, because they know if the people ever unite, they are done.

I mean, give me a break.  The Royals on both the German and the British sides of WWII were cousins of all things!  But they sacrificed millions of their subject’s lives to preserve their prestige and power.

And they and their bankster buddies, who funded BOTH SIDES in this and every other war made billions.

The elites were laughing and enjoying themselves while the common person was expected to “sacrifice” themselves over a fake division.  It’s about time people woke up to these elite games and just said no, and embraced each other like brothers and sisters.

So forget about sanctimonia, and start thinking for a change instead of just blindly following the Pied Piper over the cliff.

And take advantage of our free STATUS CORRECTION COURSE today!

 

 

 

Celebrate Independence Day by opposing government tyranny

Americans SHOULD have been listening to Ron Paul for years.  Now that the chickens are coming home to roost, let’s hope they finally listen before their goose is cooked.

This week Americans will enjoy Independence Day with family cookouts and fireworks. Flags will be displayed in abundance. Sadly, however, what should be a celebration of the courage of those who risked so much to oppose tyranny will instead be turned into a celebration of government, not liberty. The mainstream media and opportunistic politicians have turned Independence Day into the opposite of what was intended.

The idea of opposing — by force if necessary — a tyrannical government has been turned into a celebration of tyrannical government itself!

The evidence is all around us.

How would the signers of the Declaration of Independence have viewed, for example, the Obama Administration’s “drone memo,” finally released last week, which claims to justify the president’s killing American citizens without charge, judge, jury, or oversight? Is this not a tyranny similar to that which our Founders opposed? And was such power concentrated in one branch of government not what inspired the rebellion against the English king in the first place?

The “drone memo,” released after an ACLU freedom of information request, purports to establish the president alone as the arbiter of who is or is not a terrorist subject to execution by the US government. There is no due process involved, just the determination of the president. Thus far the only American citizens killed by the president are Anwar al-Awlaki and his teenage son, but the precedent has been established, according to the memo, that the president has the authority to kill Americans he believes are terrorists.

Even the New York Times, which generally backs whatever US administration is in power, is troubled by the White House’s legal justification to claim the authority to kill Americans. A Times editorial last week concluded that:

…the memo turns out to be a slapdash pastiche of legal theories — some based on obscure interpretations of British and Israeli law — that was clearly tailored to the desired result.

I agree with the New York Times’ conclusion that, “[t]his memo should never have taken so long to be released, and more documents must be made public. The public is still in the dark on too many vital questions.”

Coincidentally, in addition to the “drone memo” released last week, a broader study of the US use of drones was also released by the Stimson Center. The study, co-chaired by Gen. John Abizaid, former U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) commander, concluded that contrary to claims that drones help prevent wider conflicts by targeting specific individuals, the use of drones “may create a slippery slope leading to continual or wider wars.”

In fact, the study concluded, the use of drones overseas is likely counterproductive. “Civilian casualties, even if relatively few, can anger whole communities, increase anti-US sentiment and become a potent recruiting tool for terrorist organizations,” the study found.

Seven years ago I wrote in an Independence Day column:

Only the safe-guards and limitations that are enshrined in a constitutionally-limited republic can prohibit a nation from lurching toward empire…I hope every person who reads or hears this will take the time to go back and read the Declaration of Independence. Only by recapturing the spirit of independence can we ensure our government never resembles the one from which the American States declared their separation.

On Independence Day we should remember the spirit of rebellion against tyranny that inspired our Founding Fathers to set out our experiment in liberty. We should ourselves celebrate and continue that struggle if we are to keep our republic.