Category Archives: Prophecy

Courageous activist former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney on AIPAC’s stranglehold on America and conscious activism inside and outside the system. Brilliant.

AIPAC Controls the US Government – Cynthia McKinney

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“Are we being who we truly are? Do we respond honestly, or has the cult-ure of our micro environment, usually hinged on the macro, force us to compromise our convictions and water down what we know to be true, honest and loving? Do you like yourself when you’re forced into artificial social situations and to compromise for the sake of momentary convenience?”

“If you’re not invested in their sticky entrapping webbery you can live outside of it. Sure, we all have to interact with this engineered madness but we don’t have to give it our energy and obeisance. But it will take some sacrifices.”

All The World’s A Cult

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“Maybe my fellow pilots will read or hear about this, and decide to come forward as well”.

“Finally, a military pilot steps forward and completely blows the lid off the unlawful and exceedingly destructive Global Chemtrail Program. What follows is a video which puts forth a true story about a courageous pilot who has broken ranks with his chemtrailing peers. In so doing he has risked his life and the life of his family.”




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On Assassins and Assassinations

We are living in time of great change and lots of information never seen before get uncovered. I would like to join this positive trend by showing some more or less unknown connections between many major assassinations. The implications of these connections are enormous.”


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The Disaster of Political Evangelicalism

“My point is that evangelicals are going to find themselves marginalized at best and outright persecuted at worst in the not-too-distant future in the USA. It is inevitable, I believe.”


“To make matters worse, when Democrats in Congress released a report on CIA torture practices in the “War on Terror,” many people recoiled in horror but there was one group that generally supported torture and apparently had no problem with the behavior of CIA agents abroad: conservative evangelicals. Just as they refused to condemn the slaughter of innocents in the U.S. wars, they are willfully blind to torture and its victims.”


“To put it another way, political evangelicals negate their own gospel as they continue to preach that all that is needed to “improve” the world is just another dose of deadly force via the police and military arm of the State.”


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Examining the Stasi, Seeing the NSA

Exclusive: For many years, the East German Stasi was viewed as the most totalitarian of intelligence services, relentlessly spying on its citizens during the Cold War. But the Stasi’s capabilities pale in comparison to what the NSA can now do, notes former U.S. intelligence analyst Elizabeth Murray.


“Now, in a strangely fitting yet ironic twist, Binney stood among fellow whistleblowers in the entrance foyer at the spy headquarters of what was once the world’s foremost totalitarian surveillance state — one of whose former operatives, Wolfgang Schmidt, noted wistfully that the current extent of mass surveillance of the domestic U.S. population would have been a “dream come true” for the Stasi.”


“They [the Stasi] figured out that there was a technique far more effective than force or violence to convince people to inform on one another — and that was to persuade them that doing so would be ‘good for them’ — i.e., a place for their child at university, career advancement, an apartment, access to Western luxuries, et cetera,” explained Simoncelli.”


“She observed that the Stasi Museum is “a potent warning from history,” adding that “the sense of loss of privacy in your own home, when phoning your family, and when talking to friends who may potentially be turned against you is corrosive to the human spirit.”


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“They have stayed here several times. I give a packed lunch to those here in Bøler, and I fill their cups with cocoa. I wash their clothes when they need it and they come over for dinner once in a while.”

“I think I would become even more eager to help,” she said of how she would react if the law came into force. “To me, it doesn’t sound possible to punish people who are helping others who are in trouble and who are poor.”


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This is the great and terrible human irony, no? We think we’re different, protected, too special to fail. We’ve convinced ourselves that we are immune to the vicious, accelerated cycle of brutal extinction that we ourselves brought to bear. And Wilson, along with myriad scientists and thinkers like him, is here to remind us: Guess again, selfish biped.

“That’s right, the biggest problem humanity faces – and has faced for just about ever – is religion. Rabid tribalism, delusory moral laws and aggressive, antagonistic superstition that pits us against each other, against nature, against science, against anyone who might have invented a different god (or gods) than ours.”


“He is not, by the way, suggesting we all become atheists. Far from it. Humanity’s intrinsic existential curiosity, that deep spiritual longing innate to every soul on the planet, is essential and beneficial, and can lead to tremendous beauty, compassion, self-exploration. Not to mention bring a far healthier version of the “moral compass” religion purports to provide, only not at the expense of your individuality and soul.”


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YEAH! If they get to do it, we all get to do it. (It’s only a matter of time.)

No one knows what happened to NSA staffers who snooped on their lovers

We are veering toward the precipice of absolute truth.  We can live in fear, or we can accept full disclosure as our only option.  The truth will set us free.

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“In a letter sent Monday to the attorney general, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) described how he initially asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to explain what it was doing to address the 12 publicly-known instances of this inappropriate use of NSA surveillance capability. However, the DOJ has stayed mum.”


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