Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bill Still’s State of the Union

Bill Still does a great job of doing a reality based version of a 2013 State of the Union. Note the following article showing the numerous glaring issues of the economy including that even Federal Agencies are informing the workers … Continue reading

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The Secret of Oz – Winner, Best Documentary of 2010

Updated version of Money Masters – very concise and clear. Something to remember and borrowing from the comments in this posters comments: Remember: It’s not what backs the money, it’s who controls its quantity. To your journey.

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Good video introducing the fraudulent banking system in plain English. Covers Federal Reserve, fractional banking and what these and many other topics mean to you.

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Chemtrails & Massive Methane Release with guest Dane Wigington – End the Lie

On this week’s End the Lie Radio with Madison Ruppert, Dane Wigington returns with more bombshell information on stratospheric aerosol geoengineering (better known as chemtrials), the dangers of methane, the truly dire situation the globe is facing thanks to continued … Continue reading

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Red Alert – Geoengineering cause of 150-200 species extinctions per day? 28 minute action packed video providing some of the latest detail on geoengineering and its unregulated insanity, and the expected result of that –  out of control ignorance, power brokers chasing control of people and nature, and of course … Continue reading

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Wifi Radiation Exposure Impact for Children and Adults

Intracellular communication can be disrupted.  There is considerable information and discussion in Europe, but not so much in the US.  Having been in wireless engineering for 14 years mostly in the US I can assure you it was our dirty … Continue reading

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