Image: izquotes.com From birth, we have been programmed to not only accept the status quo but embrace, worship and obey it. It is time for we the individuals to break free of this mind control, this tyranny: Patterns of Life Published on Wednesday, 23 March 2016 Emergence of hierarchy led to command and control structures … Continue reading “Enslaved by Our Beliefs!”
Image: http://www.cato-unbound.org “None are so hopelessly enslaved, as those who falsely believe they are free. The truth has been kept from the depth of their minds by masters who rule them with lies. They feed them on falsehoods till wrong looks like right in their eyes." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Enslaved by the Myth … Continue reading “Enslaved by the Myth of Democracy”
By Dmitry Orlov
Source: Club Orlov
Had Sun Tsu co-authored a treatise on the art of sports with Capt. Obvious, a quote from that seminal work would probably read as follows:
If your team keeps playing an offensive game and keeps losing, eventually it will end up playing a defensive game, and will lose that too.
Stands to reason, doesn’t it? The team I have in mind is the neocon-infested Washington régime, which is by now almost universally hated, both within the US and outside of its borders, and the offensive game is the game that has been played by the Color Revolution Syndicate, with George Soros writing the checks and calling the shots. Having lost ground around the world, it is now turning its attention to trying to hold on to its home turf, which is the US.
Behind the Washington régime stands a group of transnational oligarchs, including…
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Image: nytimes.com The so called "War on Drugs" is, and always has been, a bald-faced lie, since government agencies, like the CIA, are behind the never-ending flow of "illegal drugs" into this country. But beyond this fact/truth, the war on drugs is, in reality, just one more Darwinian/Eugenics-inspired war on Black Americans and other people … Continue reading Center for a Stateless Society » On the Drug War, and Other “Mistakes”