Monthly Archives: November 2015

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The political winds are blowing in a vastly different direction and it is about time. We are seeing, for the first time I can remember, the vast majority of Americans speak up against the establishment and their crony candidates. From outsiders like Donald Trump to Dr. Ben Carson, the people are voicing their opinion against the grain and are yelling …

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One of the most rising movements I have seen of late is the voice of anarchy sweeping through the country. We have seen many movements come and go and few actually stick in the minds like the anarchy crowd is drumming up. From the truth movement to the Tea Party to the Libertarian crowd there is little to no doubt …

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“They didn’t let a crisis go to waste” to quote Rahm Emanuel. Before the facts were known, before the ink dried on the paper of the writers, the narrative was in full swing. The calls, and even more pathetic, the cries for gun control were out in full blast. Being the dominating headline in the events that happened in Colorado …

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This is a growing phrase we keep hearing in today’s times, but what does it mean? What do you think of when you hear the term false flag? Gulf of Tonkin? Operation Northwoods? Boston Bombing? What about Sandy Hook? Maybe you think of the mother of all false flags, 9/11? Many of us think of all of these plus many …

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If you are reading this then you have a couple of reactions. One is, “What is he talking about?” And the other is, probably, “Yes we are.” For those unfamiliar with the term, in simple laymen terms it can be summed up as the – problem, reaction, solution method. Meaning one creates a problem, then the reaction is performed so that …

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In 2007 Presidential Candidate Barack Obama made many statements on his way to the White House. He was seen as a transformer, a leader to end wars, the key to closing Gitmo, and someone who wanted to have a transparent administration that would be open to scrutiny by the American people. He also vowed to protect whistle blowers as he saw …

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Coming off the heels of the Paris attacks that left over 130 people dead and many more injured the questions are swirling around many pockets in society. From mainstream media to your average everyday person, so much has been said, analysed, and proposed, but who has really offered a real solution? Even as I write this article two stadiums in …

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Written on Nov, 16, 2015 by in , , | 1 Comment.

We have all heard of the Fabian Socialist movement and the Cloward and Pivens strategy. We all know we are in a fascist state, headed to a socialist state, with all out communist being the endgame, but what does it all mean? What are the goals of these groups? What are they hoping to accomplish with their goals? I want …

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Written on Nov, 13, 2015 by in , , | Leave a comment

As we come to an end to 2015 the question of how we will remember the year starts floating around. Some will remember summer vacations while others may remember a marriage they had or the birth of a child or grand child. Those are very nice memories to have, however, I will remember 2015 as the year we all became …

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Cognitive dissonance is defined by Merriam-Webster as “psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously.” A conflict in beliefs as it relates to facts is a definition I like to use. In other words, someone holding on to their beliefs so strongly that even when presented with facts against their beliefs they still have the same views. Believing …

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