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My Rabbit Hole on This Horrible Election

November 7, 2016

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Listen, I don’t like Trump either, and I wouldn’t support him. But I am so over the self-righteousness of those who hate him, namely Hillary supporters. The anti-trump hysteria is 100% media influenced and so outrageously hypocritical, I don’t even know where to begin. How high and mighty can you possibly get supporting a woman who starves children to death by the hundreds of thousands to serve her criminal friends in the arms industry?  

See, the military industrial complex desperately wants Hillary to get elected for various reasons, and they’ve done EVERYTHING in their power, spending millions of dollars, to make us hate and fear Donald Trump. Her supporters should be aware of this and also understand that they’ll be voting for a someone who, under very troubling circumstances, reduced the sentence of a man who beat up and raped a 12-year-old girl and was recorded laughing about it on two separate occasions.

Some of us knew about this long before it was brought up in any debates. The mainstream media scrambled to deny it, and too many people accept what they hear on CNN at face value, when these organizations constantly lie, cover up and censor the truth. Whether it’s right wing FOX or left wing MSNBC, these are the WORST sources of information. They all work for the same institutions, with the same agenda, and they never have to back their claims about key issues with evidence you can access and examine “because national security”.

So please allow me and some other activists to share the details and evidence with you because the story is ABSOLUTELY TRUE and her actions are indefensible. Not to mention she voted for every war and sanctions that starved 576,000 children to death in Iraq. She actually PREVENTED AID from being sent by churches in the US. There was no tactical reason for this. She just let them die, and guess what…. SO DID BERNIE (sorry guys). We’re talking about little babies, toddlers, preschoolers… You should check out some of the pictures of their little bones poking through their skin, then ask yourself who you’re supporting, way up there on your horse. What if those were your kids?  

Hillary (or Killary if you want) is all the way in bed with the top 1%, the most destructive criminal corporations, and the most barbaric foreign dictators. She received $20 million from the Saudis, who not only finance terrorism, but routinely stone women to death, punish rape victims with HUNDREDS of lashes, and execute homosexuals. She’s also taken money from animals involved in drug trafficking and child prostitution. She attacked women who accused her husband of rape and sexual misconduct, her husband who flew dozens of times on a plane for underage prostitutes, which belonged to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Social and moral contradictions aside, few people in politics are more corrupt or have more blood on their hands than Hillary Clinton. It is BAT SHIT CRAZY to me that so many can be tricked into spending so much of their time and energy on hate for her opponent, because he said mean and gross things like he always has. It’s amazing to me that to this day, so many talented and intelligent people can be manipulated by fear propaganda and the “lesser of two evils” myth. WE ARE SMARTER THAN THIS.

Look, it takes an hour and a half to learn what kind of a monster Hillary is, and thankfully all of the evidence is compiled in this video by journalist, human rights activist and author Ry Dawson:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neHquwC584I (part 1 of 11)

Dawson has been the target of vicious attacks in the past, like anyone who speaks the truth about our empire. But all you have to do is hear him out to know that he is genuine and his information is extremely important and well researched. He has appeared on Russia Today, Press TV, CNN, MSNBC, The Daily Show, and Al Jazeera.

I am here to tell you as a friend with your best interests at heart that this woman is nothing short of demonic, and you should understand who you’re supporting. Just review the evidence and decide for yourself. It’s an hour and a half to help you make an informed decision.

I don’t believe anyone in their right mind could stomach voting for her if even 5% of what’s presented in this video is true, and all of it is verifiable. I also strongly recommend watching Dawson’s breakdown of the debates where he deconstructs every lie from both candidates, and dirty tactics used by the moderators. It’s very enlightening (be sure to watch for captions in the lengthy debate clips):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO8B03m1O84 (1st debate)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaCi7VcAqE0 (2nd debate)

Going over this carefully could change your views on politics forever (something we should always be open to), or at the very least, force you to ask a very important question; how is it possible that this person is even allowed to run for president, or that these are the options being presented to us? We are talking about a truly sick monster here.

None of these puppets are who they appear to be. They have very expensive script writers, publicists and coaches working in teams using the most sophisticated psychological tactics. They’re slime bags and we shouldn’t vote for ANY OF THEM.

Bernie voted for the same sanctions that starved 576,000 children to death, supported every war from Kosovo to Libya, and giving TRILLIONS of dollars to Lockheed Martin. He also supported the shelling of Gaza in 2014, where villages, schools, hospitals, mosques, sewer and water systems were deliberately targeted for bombing in response to kidnapping allegations, which were fabricated and wouldn’t justify a civilian massacre even if they were true. Thousands were slaughtered, including pregnant women, the elderly and nearly 500 CHILDREN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXRO1YFreNA. That’s your “lesser evil.”

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It is no exaggeration that you might as well be voting for Dick Cheney if you’re voting for Hillary Clinton, and Bernie voted with Clinton 96% of the time. Bernie also protects the federal reserve which is the key enabler of the corporatism he preaches against (https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZNuHRyip3iA, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0pQNkX8jLM, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4wU9ZnAKAw, https://www.amazon.com/End-Fed-Ron-Paul/dp/0446549177).

Whether he realizes it or not, Sanders is another FRAUD, who much like Elizabeth Warren, serves a purpose; create an illusion of opposite ideologies within the system, so the disillusioned regular folk can feel like someone is representing their interests, and maintain their belief in the system (also to dull the Ron Paul effect, because HE was a real threat to the establishment). They think, “At least someone is fighting for us! We just have to ban together, and next time we’ll get em in!” But it’s a vicious cycle.

The dream of a real American leader died with JFK. Bernie was MARKETED to you by professionals as a radical, but he’s the farthest thing from it. A little better than Clinton, fewer scandals, but still a war monger and very helpful to the 1%. It would be impossible to turn the most militaristic nation into a social democracy anyway. They’d have to end all of their escapades. He wouldn’t have brought you that, any more than Obama brought universal healthcare.   

Truly principled politicians who can’t be bought and never cave to special interests are extremely rare, and they are never allowed into the spotlight. If they manage to sneak their way in, they are demonized and destroyed by the ruling parties, who control the debates. Many politicians are actual psychopaths (ignore the cartoon definition of psychopathy we’ve been indoctrinated with), and even if they aren’t, they answer to the worst of them.

Nothing that these people promise you about advancing social progress, protecting your interests, or protecting the environment is even remotely true, or worth selling your soul for. In fact, it is embarrassingly provable that none of the progress made in any of these areas has anything to do with the corporatocracy we know as our government, despite all of the credit they like to take.

We should have learned our lesson from Obama when they began bombing six additional countries, blowing up weddings, funerals, hospitals, you name it. We should have known something was terribly wrong when he said we were “withdrawing troops” from Iraq, but failed to mention they’d be replaced by twice as many military contractors, who would continue the fighting TO THIS DAY. And did any of the soldiers who left get to go home? Nope! They went straight to the Bush-style surge in Afghanistan. None of these wars had anything to do with keeping us safe or getting justice for 9/11, all of them were for profit, and all he did was escalate.  

He expanded the patriot act, the war on drugs (arguably the most wasteful, corrupt and structurally racist force in today’s society), and bailed out Wall Street to the tune of thirteen trillion dollars. Criminals who defrauded the American public and destroyed millions of lives were given record bonuses. None of the bankers or goons from the previous administration were arrested or held accountable. Over 45 million people still cannot afford health insurance. He never closed Guantanamo Bay, appointed the vice president and chief lobbyist of Monsanto food safety czar of the FDA… Where exactly did things get better? How can it possibly matter who wins?

You might say, “well, now we finally have gay marriage.” Great, but here’s the joke; that was inevitable without government interference and was already happening state by state. The question we should’ve been asking is, why does the government have any involvement in a spiritual promise between two people to begin with? That’s a little intrusive don’t you think? Why do we dignify the notion that they are in any position if to give or deny us permission to love who we want? Is our love validated by their stamp of approval? Hell no, screw them!

Marriage is big business and therefore an excuse to steal millions of dollars from the people, using government. If government was out of the way (along with scum bags like Hillary Clinton, who was anti-gay all the way up until it was politically favorable to be gay friendly), we would have had marriage equality long ago. A marriage license is just another shackle in our economic slavery, an absurd symbol of oppression. Having our masters “allow” another group to have their special license to live their personal lives is not an accomplishment or reason to celebrate. It’s sad because it shouldn’t even be a discussion. Get the parasites out of our personal lives. They have no business sticking their grimy fingers in.

Stop allowing parasitic rulers to confuse and divide us with wedge issues such as gay rights, guns, abortion, global warming and immigration. These are traps, usually meant to distract you from liberty crushing economic and foreign policy measures. The real solutions for these issues lie outside of government power and jurisdiction. Most people just aren’t aware of them yet because the most effective remedies are deliberately hidden, but they are solutions that transcend party lines and can unite everyone against our real enemy.  

The parasite class relies heavily on our feeling of dependency on the system. They need social problems to persist because they thrive on them (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8b7mgxaxN1U). Any problem that’s lucrative or useful to them in some way, will never be worth solving, and that’s why we see actual suppression of numerous technologies, life saving medical treatments and information.

So, this is where we’ve arrived. Take a look around. There is no lesser evil. It’s all just evil now. It’s time to come together and face that, above anything else. We happen to be living in under the rule of the oppressor in relative comfort, because that makes it easier to get our cooperation and support. “None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

It’s important to have our cooperation because nobody kills more people on this planet than the United States government and its allies (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3ioJGMCr-Y). The USA and its partners are the world’s true axis of evil, and we the citizens are being forced to choose between Hitler, Stalin and Mao. Is that really a choice? Is it worth sacrificing our principles to support a monster who is guaranteed to slaughter millions and create severe abject poverty across the globe for geopolitical interests, when we know for a fact that candidates who will not are being deliberately snubbed out of the electoral process all together?

I believe it is time to refuse. Do not consent. This is not our system. It is THEIR system. We should collectively vow to never again support anyone the TV is marketing to us, giving the spotlight, or describing as “electable candidates,” because we know that the MSM are owned by the world’s most powerful terrorist organization, which literally creates the Islamic radicals and other boogeyman we’re supposed to fear, hate and bomb endlessly, while turning a blind eye to the MILLIONS who are slaughtered by association.

ISIS is a CIA creation just like Al Qaeda. How many of you know that the pentagon spent over $500M on fake Al Qaeda videos to deceive the public (http://www.dodig.mil/pubs/report_summary.cfm?id=7034)? You might be surprised to learn this  is nothing new. The first gulf war was sold using a young woman’s false testimony about Saddam’s army ripping babies out of incubators and letting them die on the hospital floor. Her performance was broadcast all over the world (https://www.antiwar.com/orig/cohen1.html), real life “Wag The Dog” shit.

No, these are not conspiracy theories, and everyone should learn about the origin of that phrase. Yes, there are tin foil hat wearing nutcases who connect dots in all kinds of silly ways. That is true. But it is ALSO true that the CIA created the label in 1967 in order to discredit people who challenge official narratives (https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/09/paul-craig-roberts/mind-controlled-cia-stooges/). You can research countless historical government conspiracies that are documented, corroborated, not disputed, and not kept secret. Just never talked about in school or on TV, and now we know why (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=162cqApd7Y0).

Gulf of Tonkin, Bay of Pigs, The Tuskegee Experiment, provoking of Pearl Harbor and other documented events help us understand the need for this tactic, and show us what our government is truely capable of (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0w55nG76xo). The Iran Contra Affair was a mammoth of a conspiracy. It involved multiple governments, billions of dollars, thousands being killed, and officials being convicted on multiple felony counts of conspiracy (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran%E2%80%93Contra_affair#Indictments). And guess what… The media covered it up for years.

So we know conspiracies are a real thing, and it’s dangerously idiotic to categorically reject anything on the basis that it sounds conspiratorial. You can listen to JFK’s speech about secret societies and a “monolithic ruthless conspiracy” that threatens our very way of life (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeYgLLahHv8). Does he sound crazy to you?  We know that false flag terrorism is real because of Operation Northwoods. We know that every war is for profit, and is instigated with a campaign of public deception. These things happen constantly, and that doesn’t mean the moon is hollow, the earth flat, or that all major events are staged.  

It has also become clear that while most 9/11 theories have been debunked, the hijackers were indeed aided and financed by at least two foreign governments, which are allies of the US (Saudi Arabia, and one that’s being kept a secret because we’re not allowed to talk about or criticize it), and it’s very apparent that our own intelligence agencies did participate to serve an organization called PNAC (Project for a New American Century), a neoconservative think tank founded by Dick Cheney, long intent on controlling the entire middle east and all of its resources, at any human cost (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoB80Yk9NYg).

That’s not some Illuminati Alex Jones town craziness. It’s history repeating itself, business as usual. It was not something that everyone was in on. That’s never how it works. We have an unelected permanent government called the Deep State (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39DxGw7ut90) which pushes for dictatorship, and operates without the participation, knowledge and oversight of the elected government. The oligarchs simply hold a monopoly on justice, control over public information and have total immunity from any punishments that a normal pesant would have to face for any given crime.

Of course none of us really know what happened on 9/11, and we may never, but around 80% of Americans believe the official story is a lie, and many of us accept that powerful people within our government are indeed capable of killing thousands of Americans and terrorizing the public into supporting endless invasions and occupations. Entire countries like Iraq can be falsely accused of having WMDs, and see millions of their people murdered, centuries of heritage lost, when they had absolutely nothing to do with the attacks. That’s a million people exterminated as a collective punishment for crimes they didn’t commit, who won’t receive justice, and our so-called leaders will continue their business with those who did take part. It’s total madness.  

I didn’t mean to get into the topic of conspiracies and I’m not here to convince you about any. I just want people to understand how bad things really are, because too many have been blinded. If you want to simply accept the way it is, that’s fine, but at least start acknowledging what it is (modern slavery, theft, dictatorship and state sponsored terrorism), and stop supporting and celebrating it. It doesn’t matter who wins and we shouldn’t care. Our country is officially hijacked and nothing can change until we grow up and accept what’s happening.

Yes this IS our reality, and yes, there are things we can do about it, and we have to. I don’t write about this to complain or characterize the situation as hopeless because it is not. I always discuss real solutions and provide resources for those who want to support REAL change, publicly or privately. I believe real change is within reach.

Before we can begin saving our country and our humanity, and begin rebuilding society, we need to understand the problem, as well as the myths that perpetuate it. War and mass conflict for example, are not a part of human nature or a necessary evil (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWMJmDDohz4, https://www.amazon.com/Why-Peace-Marc-Guttman/dp/0984980202). There is no scientific or historical basis for that idea. War is in fact technically obsolete, and just like poverty, it can be eliminated very easily. That’s right, ELIMINATED.

The United States spends over $87 billion conducting a war in Iraq while the United Nations estimates that for less than half that amount we could provide clean water, adequate diets, sanitations services and basic education to every person on the planet.” – John Perkins, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

America does not have to be the most powerful or important nation on earth. Exceptionalism will be our downfall. Only the oligarchs need to protect that status because it protects their empire. If we left other countries alone, nobody would try to hurt us because they hate our freedom or religion (it’s weird that I need to explain this). Non-aggressive nations have nothing to fear. We get attacked because our government, bombs, invades, installs puppet governments and steals resources. Watching your family and friends get blown apart will make anyone cranky, like cranky enough to strap a bomb to their chest or fly planes into buildings.

We could bring every single troop home TODAY from every base in the world, take care of them, start the healing process, protect our own borders and start to rebuild. Over time, the problem of terrorism would disappear, and we would be far better protected against any type of external threat in the meantime. As a country, we would be prosperous beyond our wildest dreams. Wealth would pour back into regular communities.

“War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small ‘inside’ group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.” – Gen. Smedley D. Butler.

Understanding what’s possible is another important step. A society without war is one thing. How about EVERYONE being able to support an entire household on just one income, or pay for college with a part time job? How about being able to fill a grocery cart for about $20, and fill your gas tank for about a dime/gallon. How about having an efficient medical system where most services cost around 10-30 bucks, or nothing if you’re broke, and anything serious is always covered? How about being able to stop harmful corporations from poisoning people and the environment, and truly help the people who need it most, without leaving anyone out?

This is what society is supposed to look like, and easily can. The only thing standing in the way is a tiny group of people and the illusion of their power over the 99%, which is rapidly crumbling. So what do we to expedite the process and move us in the right direction? How do we get our society that requires half the work for double the amount, with peace, freedom and prosperity? What kind of action can we take?

My first recommendation is always education. Learn about these subjects, but do so PRIVATELY. I know this is a huge rabbit hole and it’s ineffective to put it on blast because it just alienates people and makes you look crazy. Just quietly follow my links on your own time. Explore the articles, read the books, watch the films. Follow my blog, and others that are devoted to sharing this type of information (https://progresshawk.wordpress.com/). It won’t take long to gain a solid understanding of the most important subjects. This will enable you to share information and talk about it with people PRIVATELY, then information will spread.

People are much more open to ideas when you appeal to them individually on a personal level, and through the process of education, you learn which products and institutions need to be boycotted and how to engage is civil disobedience. Through collective actions and selective consumption, we can starve the beast, while supporting new systems being developed off the grid. “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”R. Buckminster Fuller

One of the most important boycotts we can join is that of state-run media. Turn off the TV. It will cut you off from a steady stream of heavy propaganda. You’ll be amazed at how good it feels and it hits the oligarchs where it hurts; their pocket book, and power over the American psyche. They do not want informed citizens who can think for themselves (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsL6mKxtOlQ) and you’ll get far better information from alternative media sources they do not own, such as RT News, Press TV, Common Dreams, Ben Swann, Al Jazeera, Young Turks and so on.  

Some sources are definitely better than others, but it’s important to comb through a variety of them (which don’t receive marching orders or talking points from the pentagon) hear what different camps are saying, and look at evidence. Believe me when I say that once you get into real news there is no turning going back. I was a NPR and MSNBC junkie back in the day, but couldn’t even stomach small amounts, after a short period on some alt-news. It’s exponentially more interesting, addicting and rewarding than the fake ad-ridden reality show that is our news.  

The other most important action I recommend is disengagement from the electoral process. As we’ve seen, it does not matter who wins. Those decisions are largely made for us, and the people in power do what they want. The majority of Americans were against the war and bailouts, and it didn’t matter. We’re not participating. So use this as an opportunity to send a message that the American people are onto their game, and we to refuse play and be a part of this mayhem. Nothing will signal revolution better than that. It will scare the shit out of the oligarchs and either cause them to ease back, or panic, officially blow their cover and self destruct.

There are different ideas about how to approach this from different anti-authoritarian movements, which I believe need to be united despite various ideological differences. Some advocate sitting out entirely, because democracy itself is a farce (http://www.ronpaullibertyreport.com/archives/democracy-is-not-freedom), and refusing to vote is voting against an oppressive system. There are others who say vote your conscience and write in the best anti-war, anti-wall street candidate as an act of protest.

I can understand the sentiment on both sides, but I would only recommend sitting out if you’re being very independently politically active, like writing 20 page essays from the heart and blogging so you can convince people on a personal level. That’s doing a heck of a lot more than the people who sit on their asses for four years, believed everything they were told, and show up on election day to vote the next puppet in. I believe you can definitely be a responsible citizen against voting, but I also believe that any collective gestures defiance are useful at this juncture, and supporting truly principled leaders is another effective method.

Liberals should have fallen in love with Ron Paul, and those who were truly pro-peace and equality did. That’s what I understood liberalism to mean back in the day. We were supposed to care about the issues, not the party labels. As a self identified liberal I cared about ending wars, discrimination, invasion of privacy and pollution, because that’s what the word meant to me growing up. When Ron Paul emerged I saw principled progressives and conservatives united for the first time under the causes of peace, economic justice and equal rights.

Paul wanted to end EVERY WAR and bring all of our troops home immediately, turning every argument against that on its head. “Just come home,” he said. “We just went in, now just come home.” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDND5tcUFoI). He called out every one of his disgusting right wing opponents in a debate for war mongering, and he shook the world (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5_ThKD2g4U). Nothing was ever the same after that, and in 2012 he had more military support than Obama, Hillary and Romney combined.

It didn’t end there. Paul wanted to end the Federal Reserve and central banking. Explore the links if you don’t understand the FED, but it’s the most destructive and highly protected institution in the world; the root cause of nearly every major social problem beginning with poverty and war. It’s the reason 30,000 kids on this planet have to die every single day from disease and malnutrition, and why half the world’s population survives on less than $2 per day. It’s the mechanism that gives the oligarchs their control, and Ron Paul is one of the few who are brave enough to target it. It’s easily the most important step in reducing levels of poverty, violence, crime, war and pollution to levels we’ve never seen before (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0pQNkX8jLM, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4wU9ZnAKAw, https://www.amazon.com/End-Fed-Ron-Paul/dp/0446549177).

Ending the FED would cut the cost of everything by half or more, and Paul wanted to pair that with the elimination of the criminal IRS, and correct the tax code so everyone would pay 10% of what they earn. That’s it. No special rules or tricks for anyone. But stock traders or speculation businesses would be taxed, because they don’t earn their wealth. They creating economic bubbles that wipe out the poor and middle class, and the super rich make out like bandits buying up all the assets. Billions don’t make their money with labor.

So billionaires would indeed get charged more and penalized for any other dirty tricks, or end up in jail for fraud. Billionaires and Enron companies don’t even exist in a Ron Paul society, and it’s possible for ANYONE to become very wealthy with hard work. Are you starting to see why he was a threat? It was a little TOO good for the people, and very harmful to the parasite class. Anyone would have the ability to get out of poverty. Welfare would become a thing of the past because we would eliminate the very need for it all together. He was going to redirect war money to caring for those dependant over 10-20 years, as we heal the economy. Gosh, what a terrible guy.

He wanted to end the drug war and release nonviolent offenders who are disproportionately african american and serving longer sentences than rapists and pedophiles. He thought those folks should get to go home and be with their families. Paul was one of the few doctors who defied orders and treated black patients when it wasn’t allowed, and the only politician who drew attention to the racist history of the war on drugs. He did more for race relations than anyone else, pushing for equal justice under the law and exposing the prison industrial complex. This is someone the media tried to call a racist.

Ending the drug war would also resolve a lot of problems with illegal immigration, drastically improving the economic conditions in Mexico. Less people would be desperate and there would be fewer incentives to cross. While preventing illegal immigration is the goal, Paul wants to create a far more generous immigration policy that makes it easier for people to become citizens, using worker permits. Kicking people out of the country who are already here and haven’t caused any trouble is not a solution he entertains.     

Paul had the best answers on health care too; give every American a fully refundable annual tax credit for medical emergencies. If anything serious happens, you’re covered, otherwise you get every penny back at the end of the year. Next, drive the cost of medical services way down with competition and monetary reform. Allow nurses to take care of anything simple for 10-30 bucks a pop, and those who aren’t able to pay would still receive great care through a charity hospital in their community. Nobody gets denied, because that’s what a healthy economy allows. Keep the government out so insurance companies can’t lobby or dictate policies, and they are forced to operate with transparency. There is absolutely no excuse for how bad our healthcare system is today.  

“For decades, the U.S. healthcare system was the envy of the entire world. Not coincidentally, there was far less government involvement in medicine during this time. America had the finest doctors and hospitals, patients enjoyed high-quality, affordable medical care, and thousands of private charities provided health services for the poor. Doctors focused on treating patients, without the red tape and threat of lawsuits that plague the profession today. Most Americans paid cash for basic services, and had insurance only for major illnesses and accidents. This meant both doctors and patients had an incentive to keep costs down, as the patient was directly responsible for payment, rather than an HMO or government program.” – Ron Paul

Paul’s vision for a libertarian society is unique, and better than a social democracy, because communities and institutions would be free to practice socialism within the society. Paul is an extraordinary figure who everyone should study. He’s a philosopher who transcends party divisions and offers the best solutions on foreign policy, equal rights, the environment and everything else I hold dear.

I was so inspired by Dr. Paul that I wrote an essay called “24 Reasons for Liberals to Write in Ron Paul or refuse to Vote in 2012: A Cry for Protest/Study Guide” (https://progresshawk.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/24-reasons-for-liberals-to-write-in-ron-paul-or-refuse-to-vote-in-2012-3/), where I list every single issue that matters to me as a progressive, and explain why his positions are best. I mostly wrote it because I was tired of arguing with liberals. There was always too much to go over.  

So this was my way of dealing with it. I received over 1000 views the first, week, Ben Swann began following me, and I still receive messages from people thanking me for putting the subjects into terms they can understand.

My views have evolved a bit since I wrote it, but I still welcome people to check it out, but if you only look at one thing, watch this incredible interview with Dr. Paul (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWzVLKO5J6w) and tell me what you disagree with. See if you can’t get through it without falling in love with him. It’s seriously sad that there may never be someone like him in politics again.

Ron Paul changed my views on politics forever and changed how I saw the left. Finally there was someone with solutions to social problems that were effective. I didn’t think it should matter if the correct solution came from a “different team”. So what if there were answers that didn’t involve government? Does that suddenly validate the views of Rush Limbaugh? All that should matter to a progressive is, which solution feeds the most hungry people, at least that’s what I thought. What I came to realize was that most democrats couldn’t get behind anything that isn’t endorsed by team blue, and team blue didn’t back anything that didn’t support special interests. They would choose the option that feeds less people and totally flip their positions on the most important issues such as war.

Liberals were just too proud to get behind Ron Paul or his proposals because he identified as republican, even though that means something drastically different to him than it does the likes of Mitt Romney or Sean Hannity. The difference between an old traditional republican and a neoconservative is night and day (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADINuxdKC4A). There was a time when the republicans fought against the democrats to end slavery, and they have a long anti-war tradition. Things shifted in the 60s and the political labels transformed.

Paul is actually a libertarian anyway, but those vary a lot too. Some would see he’s even closer to an anarchist or voluntaryist, but he ran as a republican so he’d be allowed into the major debates. True old school conservatives like him, also have an alliance with principled anti-establishment progressives, such as Ralph Nader and Dennis Kucinich, because they are united on all of the most important fronts: they are anti-war, anti-Wall St. and anti-FED. It’s cool for a true progressive to support a libertarian like Ron Paul, and it’s cool for true conservatives to support principled progressive such as Ralph Nader. Their differences are not significant enough to be a deal breaker on either side, especially when the stakes are this high.

When looking at this you start to see that both sides are equally wrong and equally confused on almost every issue. Liberals make the mistake of thinking that there’s enough of a separation between business and state that they can rely on the government to regulate corporations, but there is no difference between them. The corporations regulate themselves through lobbying. Conservatives make the mistake of thinking that Republicans aren’t totally in love with the government and in bed with it for this very reason. So the republicans are real conservatives, and the democrats totally support big business. There is no real difference between the left and the right. The two-party system is used to divide and conquer and we are still falling for it.

The truth is that we can all unite in many areas and there are far more positions and sides to take than realize. For instance, you can be against the NRA and anti-gun, but still support the second amendment. You can be pro-choice and against Roe V. Wade, against sexism as well as feminism, a fierce environmentalist but against the EPA, an atheist who doesn’t believe in the big bang and so on. The national public dialogue is extremely limited in scope.

Language makes things terribly confusing as well. Saying that markets can “self-regulate” for example sounds terrifying to liberals. But markets self regulate just fine if government serves its intended purpose is of enforcing transparency and protecting against fraud and the destruction of person and property. The left pushes for regulations that are actually authored by corporations with loopholes that protect and help maintain control over entire industries. It hurts the very people we want to help.

Regulations are just giant textbooks of complex legal jargon that require an entire team of lawyers to translated, so that all the rules are being followed and nobody is penalized. Who do you think can afford this? Not regular size businesses. De-regulation is what actually helps the little guy and hurts the most greedy institutions.That said, the de-regulation being pushed by the right, the neocons, is something entirely different; they want to take away the government’s power to enforce transparency and hold all their giant companies accountable for their routine structural violence and mass deception and fraud.

So there is good de-regulation and bad de-regulation. The mainstream media treats it as though there’s one definition, and that is how the establishment uses language to confuse us, and trick us. Liberals believe that by supporting regulation there protecting the little guy, and conservatives think that by supporting de-regulation, they’re fighting government intrusion. BOTH WRONG AGAIN.

The so-called liberals and conservatives in government are far less confused. The Democrats can pretend they’re fighting for the little guy by pushing for more regulation, and Republicans can fight against it to differentiate themselves when they really don’t mind more regulations. Both sides always compromise and meet in the middle, because their interests are being served no matter what. It’s a cute game… Proper regulation would be letting the markets do their thing while enforcing transparency and protecting people and property from destruction or theft. That is the answer, but neither candidate will offer it.  

Both of the options are certainly bad and don’t vote the lesser ever. That being said,  everyone should know that Trump is FAR less evil than Hillary. I know it’s a tough pill to swallow, but we should be working with Russia and ignoring all of the desperate anti-Russian propaganda. We laughed at Mitt Romney when he talked about Russian threats, but now we suddenly buy this crap? Think about that. There is not one thing Russia or Putin have done that our so-called leaders haven’t done worse. We should be GETTING OUT OF SYRIA, and doing everything in our power to prevent war with Iran, which would lead us into a war against China and Russia.

That cannot be allowed to happen. Once it does, there is no turning back or hanging on to our way of life. All empires fall, and the truth is that Iran poses NO THREAT to us. We do not have to kill more people or sacrifice any more, so these sick criminals can build pipelines and colonize the entire middle east. Trump getting elected would actually create so much gridlock, we could kick the can further down the road and have more time to avoid overt dictatorship. World War III. Things are so fucked up now that this is not the worst case scenario.

There is literally nothing to fear about having a clown like him in office at this stage, except perhaps global warming, and I’m going to put that fear to rest right now, because it’s mentally paralyzing and irrational. A HUGE  psychological problem. I’ve been a tree hugger my entire life and I come from an entire family of the most passionate conservationists and naturalists. I grew up very liberal, and very concerned about this issue. Can I tell you with any certainty that it’s real and people cause it? No, and if you just bare with me for a minute, I’ll tell you exactly why my acceptance of the idea doesn’t matter.

If I’m being totally honest, the science surrounding it is over my head, and I know for a fact that it’s most of yours too. Not one true believer I’ve talked to has been able to back the case scientifically, and I was approaching it as someone who wanted to be convinced. It’s amazing. Almost all of them believe in it because they’ve been instructed to by figures of authority; teachers, politicians, “experts”, Leonardo Dicaprio exclaiming it at the Oscars on national television for the whole world to see. “How could it not be true?” they seem to think. “Surely the media would tell us it was a lie. That’s cray cray!”

Crazy perhaps, but not hard to believe. Science is very often politicized. The government has a long history of lying about science, economics, history, war and terrorism. Being able to say that the majority of scientists agree on something actually means nothing because only a certain amount of research gets funded, and the plug can be pulled at any time. It’s very easy to impose restrictive parameters. Shady PR firms for the dirtiest corporations also hire “scientists” to cook numbers and studies in their favor. They are WELL paid.

So not only can a consensus can be wrong, it can also very easily be manipulated to serve an agenda, and it often is. We saw big tobacco pay our government to cover up the fatal effects of smoking for many years, and we know that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We should put nothing past this government when it comes to mass deception and mass murder.

With all of this in mind, there are three concerns from the skeptics that I consider valid. I once cornered one of my family members with them because I honestly wanted an answer. I was coming at it as someone who wanted to be convinced. Perhaps someone reading this can do that for me.

The first concern is that the scientists who introduced global warming were the same people who introduced global cooling in the 1970s. Turned out to be nothing, except maybe a tool for political leverage. My family member told me that Global cooling was never as prominently accepted or discussed. Fair enough, but that’s still enough to make reasonable people suspicious.

A bigger concern is that the graph most people point to, the graph featured Al Gore’s film “An inconvenient Truth”,  only covers around 100 years (http://ossfoundation.us/projects/environment/global-warming/natural-cycle/images/450kyrs_GMT-Co2_524x291.jpg). Other graphs that cover much longer periods show that the shift is part of a normal pattern that occurs with or without the existence of people (http://ossfoundation.us/projects/environment/global-warming/natural-cycle/images/450kyrs_GMT-Co2_524x291.jpg).

It was also discovered that some of the dramatic footage of icebergs  collapsing was taken from the disaster movie THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW. “That doesn’t prove ANYTHING!” My family member blurted. Of course not, but it certainly doesn’t lend itself to making it more convincing. If it’s true, then why do they need to mislead? Shouldn’t that bother me a little? It feels really gross and sneaky to me.

It gets much worse than that though. It turns out the scientific consensus is completely cooked and all of the wrong people are getting rich off failed green technologies and carbon taxes, which the most revealing factor. It’s been very -convenient truth- for the top one percent and their neo-colonial objectives, and they’ve got environmentalist groups WORKING WITH THEM to ensure that the starving third world doesn’t get developed because that would hurt the planet according to their crooked pseudoscience. By the way, isn’t CO2 just what plants breathe to make oxygen for us? And didn’t it turn out that the hole in the ozone had always been there? Why do the goal posts keep getting moved? Why are organizations like the southern environmental law center being allowed to steal land and kill animals under environmental pretexts and then using the land to profit, or use as collateral for foreign debt?

I didn’t get an answer to the graph question, or anything else I brought up. I did get a lot of accusations, in between being interrupted a lot, for sounding like a right winger and using arguments that come from republican think tanks. Perhaps it’s true. I don’t know the source. I would just like to see the other graph that shows contradictory data. I’m very open to debunking the alternative graphs.

Needless to say I wasn’t satisfied with the feedback. I never knew that asking for some would turn me into Rush Limbaugh. I also posed a question to a group of my family members later; what is the country’s government doing to successfully combat global warming? Again, I didn’t hear any concrete answers. Mostly that Iceland or maybe Norway was giving us mad props for all we’ve done to fight climate change. Extremely vague but who knows.

Look, I’m not 100% convinced one way or another, but in case it isn’t clear yet, I’m not a huge believer in credentialism or figures of authority. I cross-check all information against independent alternative sources to determine what flys. I don’t blindly accept information from the establishment and all of their puppets in the media, academia, hollywood and scientific community working together for big business, because they’re historically an untrustworthy bunch.

So, I went people I know who care about the issue because I thought they’d be able to tell me about, and the case wasn’t well supported. One family member gave me some links to one of his more trusted experts. But again, i’m not a science person so a lot of the information goes over my head. I wanted to hear an expert rebut the concerns of an intelligent skeptic in a live discussion or debate, especially since I had learned that there were environmentalists and real scientists who were skeptical about global warming, but not a part of big oil. Sounded like a great conversation.

I asked my family member if he would debate one of my friends who is a GW skeptic on Skype, because he was looking for a believer to debate for his podcast. This friend is very respectful to his guests. He’ll let the discussion go on for as long as needed, sometimes hours. He is always polite, doesn’t edit anything, and only posts it if the other person agrees. Like me, he is open to being convinced about GW, but he hasn’t been able to find a challenger for the discussion.

My family member passed on the offer, not surprisingly. They admitted that my friend is really smart and that they’re not very good at debating. Fair enough, I said. And then I told them what I’m going to tell my readers here right now: Surely there is someone in the community who believes in GW and understands it well enough to have a civil discussion about it with a skeptic. Bring me your expert, let’s do this. I’m open to either side being right, I just want to know because it’s fascinating. Why does it feel like this is too much to ask? If anyone is interested please contact me and I will arrange it. This is an open invitation to discuss global warming.

I guess the most important question I want to ask the true believers is this: If you saw absolute proof that GW has nothing to do with people, would you be able to accept it, or do you need this to be true? I believe it would psychologically be very difficult for most people to let go of it, because it would mean they were wrong all this time, and this is become such a large part of their political identities. This is a mental hang up we need to snap out of. It’s OK to be wrong and even better to find out when you are. It would be GOOD NEWS if GW turned out to be a government hoax, however there would still be PLENTY of environmental threats to worry about, and reasons to fight against big oil. We wouldn’t want to continue a lie because the other team will say “I told you so”. Most of them didn’t be it’s better to identify baggage to cut loose so we can work together for the environment and move forward.

When I first started bringing up these questions, I felt as though I was coming out of a closet to a family and community that would forever judge and view me differently. That’s when I realized that weather it’s true or not, the GW movement definitely has some religious qualities.  I don’t know that GW isn’t real or created by us but believe in GW doesn’t really matter because pollution is bad no matter what. GW being debunked as a would not change the urgency of my concern for the environment. Skeptical scientists seem to agree that the way that we use energy is a disaster and unsustainable. They’re poisoning the air and water, spreading disease, killing wildlife, almost everything in the ocean, the soil’s ruined, we have to do something fast. The question is, what?

We can remain untied for the environment regardless of any differences of beliefs and opinions about GW, because we should behave as though it’s real either way and stop pollution. The federal government has proven to be useless in this regard. The measures taken by the Democratic establishment are nowhere near sufficient. The EPA is a disaster, and war is one of the most ecologically destructive forces on the planet. Do we know how much clean renewable energy could be created with a tiny fraction of our military budget? Do you really think any of the politicians care about conservation or sustainability?

Please. Nobody even brings a planned obsolescence, because the parasite class thrives on it; designing products to fail in a year so consumers have to keep buying the next version, flooding the landfills with thousands of tons of non-biodegradable junk (https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eTdseBKbWAE). Correcting that would eliminate so much waste that it would literally transform our civilization. But then we couldn’t have rulers, shucks…

Localizing food production and distribution with things like vertical agriculture would all but save the environment as well, because globalized food production is totally inefficient and damaging. But that would give us too much control over our own food and our own lives. The rulers can’t have that. They’d lose too much money and power.

Trust me, these animals do not care about the environment and they’re not afraid of global warming. Whether  it’s real or not, they are screwing with you, and they won’t take any effective measures to protect the environment or slow the effects of climate change, no matter how hard they promise. Our fascist economic system doesn’t allow it.

The best solutions can be found in a book called Free Market Environmentalism. No, I’m not a free-market fundamentalist, I don’t believe you can price your way out of every problem. But when I comes to the environment, market solutions in the protection of property rights are by far the most effective answers. This interview with the author goes over a lot of them in a way that’s easy to understand, and illustrates how the federal government always makes environmental problems worse and keeps us in a cycle of using wasteful and destructive products (https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XMxgYY_q-AI). Everything from oil spills to plastic bags in grocery stores could be a thing of the past.

There’s nothing to feel threatened by here. It’s OK if the planet is better served without the use of government. It does not mean that the other team was right or that they won. Republicans generally have no respect for property rights, and that’s the only way privatization works. They can’t have it both ways.

You see there’s an economic incentive to protect land and resources when it is privately owned. Government just steals thousands of acres, protects little patches called national forests, and lease the rest of it out to timber companies in mineral extractors, who care only about their bottom lines have no economic incentives to protect the land. They’re protected from having to pay for any of their destruction.

If a private landowner behaves this way it’s incredibly damaging, and if they pollute, it’s damaging to other person and property. That means people in the community can file an injunction with the court and successfully stop them, because they can’t lobby for government protection; another key way to benefit from the separation of business and state (https://www.amazon.com/Separation-Business-State-Ryan-Dawson/dp/149960100X).

So, there is no legitimate reason to support Hillary Clinton or desire having her in office. If you want to hate on Trump and unfriend anyone who supports him that’s fine. If you want to make fun of him and ridicule his followers, great. But if you’re going to behave that way and then vote for Hillary, I want you to unfriend me, because I can’t handle that level of ignorance anymore. She is absolutely dreadful as a person and her power should terrify you.

If you have to vote for her fine because you honestly feel it’s the right thing to do, fine. We can totally be friends. But if you’re voting for her and attacking those who feel differently, I want nothing to do with you. I cannot respect that. I feel like the left has been far worse about bullying, and I’m someone with a strong liberal foundation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRtROGdtf9U).

Again, if you’re just doing that you believe is right his without slandering me, we’re cool, but this my message to the virtue signaling, paternally racist, morally superior viciously hateful Hillary-bots who attack people like me for our positions: YOU are part of “the problem” , not the people who have given up on the system and are boycotting the electoral process altogether. YOU are the ones who allow and perpetuate the rampant corruption, destabilization and endless war with your complacent participation. You sit there in judgment of others, all high, mighty and proud, with a severe case of denial about where your ideology has led you. You’ve become the people you hated most; warmongers, polluters and corporatists.

You actually deserve Donald Trump as president because you didn’t demand anyone better. How easily you folded when the establishment forced Bernie out of the race, and how easily you became pro-war when Obama made it cool. You’ve made it so easy for our rulers to expand the Bush doctrine because both parties serve the EXACT same interests. This should be obvious. And you think I’M part of the problem because I reject plutocracy? I’m the one who is being irresponsible because I won’t be coerced into picking a supposed lesser of the same evil? I guess that’s a matter of perception, so it’s better not to attack or judge people who vote or engage differently, even if they are Trump supporters.

I think there are actually some very compelling reasons to vote for Trump. He refused money from some lobbies I’m not a fan of. He was the least pro-war candidate in the entire race on both sides (next to Rand Paul), and the only person bold enough to come out and say the Iraq War was based on LIES, not mistakes. He’s actually been very strong and consistent on that point, and he’s not afraid to say it’s a “rigged system”, that the super delegates “make it impossible for the winner to win”, and that they cheated Bernie Sanders, the same way they cheated Ron Paul. That language is extremely bold and true.

You won’t hear any other candidate speak that way, and that’s because he’s very hard to control. It’s painfully obvious that he poses a threat to the establishment which is worse than him on any day. He wants to make Peace with Russia and Syria team up to get rid of ISIS. It would be very fast and easy. I would much rather see that than continued fighting and starvation in Syria, and conflicts against Russia, China and Iran. I’d also love to see our taxes lowered from 30% to 15%. I don’t know anyone who can argue with that, once they understand that Clinton’s going to raise taxes on ALL businesses, not the super rich. And that all of our tax money goes to corporate bailouts and military operations, not building roads, protecting land or helping the poor.

No, I’m not a supporter, but I admit that Trump has qualities I can appreciate, and the clips in Dawson’s video show a much different character than the cartoon being created by the media (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbMnjU1z3b4). Here’s another video – an interview with the creator of the comic strip “Dilbert”, which also sheds light on the “real” Trump vs the media perception (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AMV6SLT9KI). Pretty fascinating.

I will also go on record saying that I’ve hung out with plenty of Trump supporters and none of them were racist or xenophobic. They were intelligent, funny people who are terrified of Hillary with good reason. I might make a different choice, but I can understand the sentiment of voting against someone as dangerous as her. Those of you don’t comprehend the threats that she poses, won’t until it’s too late.

Overall, the Trump supporters have been far easier to discuss politics with and far less judgmental. They know they’re voting for a dickhead, but genuinely believe there are larger things at stake, which need to be put ahead of that. People are starting to realize that when the media works this hard to destroy someone, that person must be doing something right. It’s interesting that these are the voters being attacked and publicly shamed, and I’m glad the elections almost over because I’m fucking sick of it.

Ugh, you fake liberals with your snarky hateful anti-Trump posts everyday, how do you live (sigh). If you were also going after Hillary, I would be totally with you bashing Trump. But you never do, and neither does anyone in pop culture. Almost every concert I went to last summer was anti-Trump, every young snot-nosed comedian, SNL, The Daily Show, everything that’s supposed young and cool was so obviously up Hillary’s ass, just oozing with agenda, it was disgusting. Not one of them would go after this opportunistic,war mongering, rape defending, baby killing, mass murderer. Trump was the big monster we needed to fear? And really Jon Oliver? “Drumpf”? That’s the best you can come up with? It’s not even funny.

Did Trump say some gross things about women and other groups? Sure. He’s made a career out of being an ass. What else is new, and which is worse? Saying you’ll ban Muslims from entering the country (which is impossible), or slaughtering millions of Muslims for your business partners and starving over half a million children? Is it worse to make an obscene sexist comment, or support patriarchal governments that stone women to death for committing adultery and execute homosexuals? Making racially insensitive remarks, or supporting racial colonization and ethnic cleansing? I think those forms of discrimination are just a tad more severe. Am I crazy for feeling that way?

I honestly hope he does win, just so we learn a hard lesson. Things have to be pretty bad, when a Donald Trump presidency is the goddamn best case scenario. And guess what. We did this to ourselves electing these clowns and supporting them unconditionally. We didn’t hold them accountable while they literally poisoned, enslaved and conquered us with identity politics. Now we have to face a President Trump, or WORSE. Bravo America. Bra. Fucking. Vo.   

I’m sure Trump will bomb plenty of people too. He is plenty corrupt, a staunch interventionist with dictatorial tendencies. So I ask again; is it still a choice when you’re choosing between monsters? Is this really who we want to be? I don’t think we should. Our system is broken beyond repair, so it is time to begin heavy boycotting and mass civil disobedience. Write in Jill Stein, or better yet Ron Paul (sorry I can’t get behind Gary Johnson). The vote is purely symbolic at this point anyway, so send the message of defiance:  We do not consent to being a part of you structural genocide and imperialism. We do not support your terrorism and WE DO NOT NEED YOU.

We will never win a game that’s rigged. The only answer is disengagement. That can be done the hard way, or the less hard way. The choice is yours and the revolution is now.

BOOKS

Why Peace (http://www.amazon.com/Why-Peace-Marc-Guttman/dp/0984980202)

The Most Dangerous Superstition (https://www.amazon.com/Most-Dangerous-Superstition-Larken-Rose/dp/145075063X)

War is a Racket (http://www.amazon.com/War-Racket-Antiwar-Americas-Decorated/dp/0922915865)

Confessions of an Economic Hitman (http://www.amazon.com/Confessions-Economic-Hit-John-Perkins/dp/0452287081)

End the Fed (http://www.amazon.com/End-Fed-Ron-Paul/dp/B005DI8UI8)

Liberty Defined (https://www.amazon.com/Liberty-Defined-Essential-Issues-Freedom/dp/B00CNKPCNK)

Classified Woman (http://www.amazon.com/Classified-Woman-The-Sibel-Edmonds-Story/dp/0615602223)

A People’s History of the United States (http://www.amazon.com/Peoples-History-United-States-Present/dp/0060838655)

Welcome to the USSA: Stop Killing People (http://www.amazon.com/Welcome-USSA-Corruption-government-media/dp/0595393845)

The Separation of Business and State

(https://www.amazon.com/Separation-Business-State-Ryan-Dawson/dp/149960100X)

Videos

Message to the Voting Cattle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5FNDRgPOLs)

Vote your Conscience (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzJjlmY3jUk)

Defining Peace (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWMJmDDohz4)

Where are we going? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5W9DFreZIY)

What Democracy?  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTbLslkIR2k)

9/11 in 14 min (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oX7ySLvmNUc)

Debunking the Debunkers (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z02QrY-jcdk,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SObh1b6Xbo)

Best of George Carlin- political (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hy-sVByUHqE&t=31m26s)

Every Video on this channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/TheLeftLibertarian)

Gods of the 21st Century (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNDRx24odOs)

Statism; the most powerful religion (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bje0ADbBklw)

DOCUMENTARIES

The Money Masters Series (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4wU9ZnAKAw, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfhRczu5LNA)

American Radical (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXAgvo78LhQ)

War by Deception (best 9/11 info – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoB80Yk9NYg)

Decades of Deception (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N3TJXTtE4g)

The Zeitgeist Series (http://zeitgeistmovie.com)

NOTE: I am not in 100% agreement with any of these sources, and the ideologies vary. But they all contain valuable information and inspire a lot of critical thought. Enjoy.

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