Daily Archives: March 16, 2019

This is amazing!!! – Marcin Patrzalek

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Seven-year-old Malea Emma’s version of The Star Spangled Banner will give you chills. 🇺🇸

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Get “YOUR” BC’s Now

   by Anna von Reitz Get “YOUR” BC’s Now If you haven’t yet tracked down certified copies of the Birth Certificates issued in your NAME, do so now. Order at least three copies if at all possible. Word has it … Continue reading

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Proof that Sun-Tzu Can’t Read and My Comment on MGJA

   by Anna von Reitz Proof that Sun-Tzu Can’t Read and My Comment on MGJA This morning I received a piece of yellow journalism seeking to misrepresent my words on the page right in front of people’s noses. In my … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant

The famous Indian story of the Blind Men and the Elephant is a metaphor highlighting that while one’s subjective experience can be true, it can also be limited by its failure to account for other truths or a totality of … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant – 1 The Sociologist

The first “blind” man was the Sociologist Professor C. Wright Mills. His book, The Power Elite, published in 1956, was the first full-scale study of the structure and distribution of power in the United States. Mills examined how the concentration of … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant – 2 The Law Enforcer

The second “blind” man was former FBI agent Dan Smoot. His self-published book, The Invisible Government, which was omitted from The New York Times Best Sellers List of 1962, sold over 1 million copies. Smoot’s book charts the gradual infiltration of the US … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant – 3 The Warlord

The third “blind” man was retired US Air Force Col. L. Fletcher Prouty, an early critic of the CIA that stood at the head of the then founded security state. In his book titled The Secret Team, published in 1973, he … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant – 4 The Economist

The fourth “blind” man is Professor of Economics, Jeffrey D. Sachs, the pioneer of what Naomi Klein called Shock Therapy — a free market fundamentalism of privatization, deregulation, and cutting of government subsidies, met with debt relief and foreign aid — better … Continue reading

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The 7 “Blind” men and the US Elephant – 5 The Lawyer

The fifth “blind” man is Professor of Economics and proud member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Michael J. Glennon. In his book National Security and Double Government, he debunks the myth that US security policy is still forged by America’s … Continue reading

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