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Mind Control / Why We Are Seeing So Much Chaos in the World
« Last post by Deca on Today at 07:04:52 PM »
Why We Are Seeing So Much Chaos in the World
https://youtu.be/zecuuBjoQKY

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Published on Jun 16, 2017

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Universal Law/sovereign law trumps all others.

1. No man or woman, in or out of government shall initiate force, threat of force or fraud against my life and property and, any and all contracts Im a party to not giving full disclosure to me whether signed by me or not are void at my discretion.

2. I may use force in self-defense against anyone that violates Law

3. There shall be no exceptions to Law 1 and 2.


When the tyrant has disposed of foreign enemies by conquest or treaty and there is nothing to fear from them, then he is always stirring up some war or other, in order that the people may require a leader. - Plato

"I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned.” - Richard Feynman

“I have lived on the lip of insanity, wanting to know reasons, knocking on a door. It opens. I've been knocking from the inside.” - Rumi
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part 1
Security...or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview

part 2
Edward Interviews Ron!

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Intel Community selling Congress on wars with open-sourced propaganda
rough transcript excerpted from part 2:

Edward Snowden:
In all of your time in Congress how many times would you say the intelligence community actually provided some reports that they briefed to you - right specifically not what they said whether it’s in closed session or open session or whatever - but they came to you and the information was so material, so impactful, so vital necessary and valuable that they were breaking all these laws to get it; that it actually changed your vote?  Can you recall a time like that?  Was it regular?  Did it happen frequently?

Dr. Ron Paul:
First thing is they never came to me because they probably figured I had my mind made-up on the issue.  But they would invite us to come to them on special events:  leading up to the Iraq War they had a lot of briefings and these were special people:  knew everything.   And I went to one briefing one time in my whole career and I said this is nothing more than propaganda.  And I can read what they’re talking about in the paper if I want.  So I thought it was wrong.  Now a good example of this Walter Jones who was converted from being pro-war - Iraq War – who finally figured out that they were lying to him.  And then he became absolutely on of the best anti-war people now demanding to know the truth.  But once he realized they were lying us into war, he’d had had it with ‘em.  So no they don’t come; they never came to me; it one of those things:  they only come to a group when they want to pass out their propaganda and of course that didn’t sell well with me.

Snowden:
That one of the suspicions I think that people would get when they look at the open hearings in Congress where they never seem to be revealing anything new and they seem to have a clear agenda.  But they’re not actually informing Congress so much as attempting to influence it.

Paul:
Absolutely true.  That is what they’re doing.
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PP reposted this from Daily Sheeple, which posted yesterday.


Only 2% of US Politicians Actually Want to Stop Arming Terrorists — Here’s Why


June 23, 2017 | Alice Salles | theantimedia.org

One of the few elected Democratic lawmakers with an extensive anti-war record, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), has combined forces with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) to push legislation through both the House and the Senate that would bar federal agencies from using taxpayer-backed funds to provide weapons, training, intelligence, or any other type of support to terrorist cells such as al-Qaeda, ISIS, or any other group that is associated with them in any way. The Stop Arming Terrorists Act is so unique that it’s also the only bill of its kind that would also bar the government from funneling money and weapons through other countries that support (directly or indirectly) terrorists such as Saudi Arabia.

To our surprise — or should we say shame? — only 13 other lawmakers out of hundreds have co-sponsored Gabbard’s House bill. Paul’s Senate version of the bill, on the other hand, has zero cosponsors.

While both pieces of legislation were introduced in early 2017, no real action has been taken as of yet. This proves that Washington refuses to support bills that would actually provoke positive chain reactions not only abroad but also at home. Why? Well, let’s look at the groups that would lose a great deal in case this bill is signed into law.

Military & Homeland Security Companies, Lobbyists, And Lawmakers All Profit From War

With trillions of tax dollars flowing to companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and even IBM, among others, companies that invest heavily in weapons, cyber security systems, and other technologies that are widely used in times of war would stand to lose a lot — if not everything — if all of a sudden, the United States chose to become a nation that stands for peace and free market principles.

For one, these companies have a heavy lobbying presence, ensuring that lawmakers sympathetic to their plight are elected every two years. When the possibility of a new conflict appears on the horizon, these companies are the first to lobby heavily for action.

But this dynamic isn’t a secret. We all know that the crony capitalist system that thrives in Washington, D.C., is the very bread and butter of politics in America. After all, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned the nation in his farewell address in 1961 that “an immense military establishment and a large arms industry” were becoming the great powers behind U.S. politics, and that if we weren’t weary of this influence, we would risk living in a perpetual state of war.

Still, we allowed it to take over. And there isn’t one industry powerful enough to counter this destructive authority.

With the support of an army of well-established and connected millionaire lobbyists, the war machine operating in Washington is so powerful that anything can be turned into an existential threat.

Any conflict abroad that has absolutely no importance or that poses literally no threat to the common American is inflated to become a threat to the American way of life. They hate us “for our freedom.” Therefore, we must show them what democracy looks like.

Without the same kind of powerful and wealthy team behind the cause for sanity and peace, this army of big money and big lobbyists has single-handedly put us and many generations to come in debt over Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen, and now Syria. And as the marketing machine behind this kind of lobbying effort taps into the social justice trend that has infiltrated every aspect of our culture in recent years, these organizations have learned that they will get even broader support from the public if they add feminist, anti-poverty, and pro-equality messages to their pro-war efforts.

Take the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, for instance, which, as NBC has reported, originated with “Obiageli Ezekwesili, a former vice president of the World Bank for the Africa region and a senior advisor on Africa Economic Development Policy for the Open Society Foundations” —  a George Soros-backed foundation. In no time, the social media “effort” had become the most effective lobbying force behind the expansion of the never-ending war on terror. And whether it was meant to promote this outcome or not, it helped the United States easily invest more tax dollars into an unwinnable war.

As you can see, even if Gabbard and Paul managed to use all of their time to force the Stop Arming Terrorists Act through Congress so it could get to President Donald Trump’s desk, the powers at play in Washington would do their best to sweep this effort under the rug. Not because individuals involved in pro-war lobbying are, perhaps, thirsty for war per se, but because the system under which they operate allows for bad incentives to produce a great deal of wealth and influence, tilting the balance toward evil.

Without a state that can be bribed, companies would be left to fend for themselves and stay afloat by making customers… happy. And you can’t make customers happy if all you have to offer is war.

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/only-2-of-us-politicians-actually-want-to-stop-arming-terrorists-heres-why_062017

This is destroying the moral fabric of America, it is a shame, I pray we can turn it around before we are plagued by God's wrath.
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Questions / Re: Bad movies
« Last post by Al Bundy on Today at 11:04:31 AM »
The worst war movie ever. Academy Award for best foreign picture and Reward for best script in Cannes Film Festival in 2002.  :o

No Man's Land (2001) - IMDb
www.imdb.com/title/tt0283509/http://
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PP reposted this from Daily Sheeple, which posted yesterday.


Only 2% of US Politicians Actually Want to Stop Arming Terrorists — Here’s Why


June 23, 2017 | Alice Salles | theantimedia.org

One of the few elected Democratic lawmakers with an extensive anti-war record, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), has combined forces with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) to push legislation through both the House and the Senate that would bar federal agencies from using taxpayer-backed funds to provide weapons, training, intelligence, or any other type of support to terrorist cells such as al-Qaeda, ISIS, or any other group that is associated with them in any way. The Stop Arming Terrorists Act is so unique that it’s also the only bill of its kind that would also bar the government from funneling money and weapons through other countries that support (directly or indirectly) terrorists such as Saudi Arabia.

To our surprise — or should we say shame? — only 13 other lawmakers out of hundreds have co-sponsored Gabbard’s House bill. Paul’s Senate version of the bill, on the other hand, has zero cosponsors.

While both pieces of legislation were introduced in early 2017, no real action has been taken as of yet. This proves that Washington refuses to support bills that would actually provoke positive chain reactions not only abroad but also at home. Why? Well, let’s look at the groups that would lose a great deal in case this bill is signed into law.

Military & Homeland Security Companies, Lobbyists, And Lawmakers All Profit From War

With trillions of tax dollars flowing to companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and even IBM, among others, companies that invest heavily in weapons, cyber security systems, and other technologies that are widely used in times of war would stand to lose a lot — if not everything — if all of a sudden, the United States chose to become a nation that stands for peace and free market principles.

For one, these companies have a heavy lobbying presence, ensuring that lawmakers sympathetic to their plight are elected every two years. When the possibility of a new conflict appears on the horizon, these companies are the first to lobby heavily for action.

But this dynamic isn’t a secret. We all know that the crony capitalist system that thrives in Washington, D.C., is the very bread and butter of politics in America. After all, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned the nation in his farewell address in 1961 that “an immense military establishment and a large arms industry” were becoming the great powers behind U.S. politics, and that if we weren’t weary of this influence, we would risk living in a perpetual state of war.

Still, we allowed it to take over. And there isn’t one industry powerful enough to counter this destructive authority.

With the support of an army of well-established and connected millionaire lobbyists, the war machine operating in Washington is so powerful that anything can be turned into an existential threat.

Any conflict abroad that has absolutely no importance or that poses literally no threat to the common American is inflated to become a threat to the American way of life. They hate us “for our freedom.” Therefore, we must show them what democracy looks like.

Without the same kind of powerful and wealthy team behind the cause for sanity and peace, this army of big money and big lobbyists has single-handedly put us and many generations to come in debt over Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen, and now Syria. And as the marketing machine behind this kind of lobbying effort taps into the social justice trend that has infiltrated every aspect of our culture in recent years, these organizations have learned that they will get even broader support from the public if they add feminist, anti-poverty, and pro-equality messages to their pro-war efforts.

Take the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, for instance, which, as NBC has reported, originated with “Obiageli Ezekwesili, a former vice president of the World Bank for the Africa region and a senior advisor on Africa Economic Development Policy for the Open Society Foundations” —  a George Soros-backed foundation. In no time, the social media “effort” had become the most effective lobbying force behind the expansion of the never-ending war on terror. And whether it was meant to promote this outcome or not, it helped the United States easily invest more tax dollars into an unwinnable war.

As you can see, even if Gabbard and Paul managed to use all of their time to force the Stop Arming Terrorists Act through Congress so it could get to President Donald Trump’s desk, the powers at play in Washington would do their best to sweep this effort under the rug. Not because individuals involved in pro-war lobbying are, perhaps, thirsty for war per se, but because the system under which they operate allows for bad incentives to produce a great deal of wealth and influence, tilting the balance toward evil.

Without a state that can be bribed, companies would be left to fend for themselves and stay afloat by making customers… happy. And you can’t make customers happy if all you have to offer is war.

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/only-2-of-us-politicians-actually-want-to-stop-arming-terrorists-heres-why_062017
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Sad but true, my friend Jacob:

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http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article157974029.html
‘Woefully incomplete’ universal health bill dead for the year in California
By Taryn Luna and Christopher Cadelago
tluna@sacbee.com

Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon put the brakes on a sweeping plan to overhaul the health care market in California Friday, calling the bill “woefully incomplete.”

Rendon announced plans to park the bill to create a government-run universal health care system in Assembly Rules Committee “until further notice” and give senators time to fill in holes that the bill does not currently address.

“Even senators who voted for Senate Bill 562 noted there are potentially fatal flaws in the bill, including the fact it does not address many serious issues, such as financing, delivery of care, cost controls, or the realities of needed action by the Trump administration and voters to make SB 562 a genuine piece of legislation,” Rendon said.

Democratic Sens. Ricardo Lara and Toni Atkins, who introduced the proposal, acknowledged the bill was dead for the year. Lara and Atkins had described the bill as a work in progress when it passed the Senate earlier this month without a funding plan. A legislative analysis pegged the cost at $400 billion.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article157974029.html#storylink=cpy
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in reference to the previous post ... here something completely insane ...

https://www.forbes.com/sites/danmunro/2015/01/04/u-s-healthcare-spending-on-track-to-hit-10000-per-person-this-year/#77d441036dea
U.S. Healthcare Spending On Track To Hit $10,000 Per Person This Year
Jan 4, 2015

There's never a shortage of major healthcare policy events in any given calendar year ‒ and 2015 will be no exception. Here's a short list of some that are pending and noteworthy ‒ with a few predictions.

First up isn't a prediction as much as a major milestone that's reflective of escalating healthcare costs.

According to CMS (here) our National Healthcare Expenditure (NHE) is projected to hit $3.207 trillion this year.

The U.S. Population is currently hovering at around 320 million, so 2015 looks to be the first year healthcare spending will reach $10,000 per person. We may be "bending the cost growth curve," but the per capita amount continues to grow.

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Mind Control / Re: 5G - The Elephant in Your Living Room
« Last post by Jacob Law on June 23, 2017, 10:42:36 PM »
5G - The Elephant in Your Living Room
https://youtu.be/ZqM4y8hPhic
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Good job; it's clearly is a real danger and is already being used in so many different way, there are other things more important to know because just knowing this isn't going to do you any good if you are not connected to the pure language of God, but it seem as far fetched as the 5G but if you want to be effective against the 5G ya better learn the language that can stop it.
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