We cannot rely on the ‘priests’ of either medicine or law!

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BOTH THE AMA AND THE ABA HAVE FAILED THE AMERICAN PEOPLE! BUT THEN NEITHER WERE ESTABLISHED TO BENEFIT US IN THE FIRST PLACE!

By AL Whitney © copyround 2016
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bilderburg Hotel The Bilderburg Hotel

The “system” in which all Americans find themselves trapped has been carefully constructed over many years . . . brick (by Freemason) brick. In fact there has been both an economic and psychological war waged against us. It was formally launched in 1954 at the first Bilderburg Meeting in Oosterbeek, Netherlands. It was (is) well funded and well organized. Our enemies have taken over all of our institutions from educational to judicial. To accomplish this goal they have placed their men (or women) in key positions of power. To keep smart Americans from figuring out the plan, a system of compartmentalization (specialization) was…

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Anatomy of a Massive Con Job!

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by John Truman Wolf

[Editor comments: Mr Wolf does an excellent job explaining how this ‘environmental crisis machine’ was constructed. For those who think it wouldn’t be possible to buy off all so many players, follow the money!]

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Con #1: LIMITS TO GROWTH

“In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act.” —George Orwell

If you look with your understanding, the crimes against humanity are written across the rotting visages of Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Like a couple of aging prostitutes, these leading architects of twentieth-century evil still sell their wares to those with an insatiable lust for the power of the crown.

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Dr. Henry Kissinger (Rockefeller toady, globalist and Club of Rome member):

“Who controls the food supply controls the people;
who controls the energy can control whole continents;
who controls money can control the world.”

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The Sting II

I have my own personal tale from the dark side, regarding Okanogan County, and the loss of my illusions regarding the so called Criminal “Justice” System. I am in fact just beginning to recover from that nightmare experience and shall write about it eventually here when the day comes that I am not so deeply traumatized by intimate recall of the incredible details. For now here is another account of injustice writ large in a County where such is commonplace business as usual.

The Faire Fight Foundation

Facts Behind the Curtain – James Faire’s False Prosecution

“A young con man seeking revenge for the death of his partner teams up with a master of the big con to secure a fortune” — IMDB Plot synopsis to ‘The Sting’

By Doug Parris
Investigative Reporter

The Tale

Okanogan County, Washington – On June 19, 2015, Okanogan Sheriff Frank Rogers held a press conference to announce he had detained “squatters” who, after being confronted by the owner of a property in Tonasket, Washington, had intentionally run over a woman twice. That tale went viral in the drive-by media incriminating James and Angela Faire as a public relations exercise; in Okanogan, all over Washington, in newspapers and TV, and nationally via the Southern Poverty Law Center (Marxist-Leninist).

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In Religion and Politics, peoples beliefs and convictions are in almost every case gotten of second hand, and without examination, from authorities  who have not themselves examined the questions at issue, but have taken them at second hand from other non-examiners, whose opinions are not worth a brass farthing.

— Mark Twain

25 Reasons to use Ubuntu Linux instead of Windows

Tyranny or Freedom, we have a choice and it’s a good one.

Technomania

Lots of people argue why I should use Linux (any distro, I prefer Ubuntu) when I am currently using Windows or Mac. Given a chance to select your choice of operating system (OS), people may prefer to use Linux than anything else. The other thing which prevents users using Linux is the hardware support which is not that good currently for Linux. But that is because we have been living in a world where Windows is being forced to everyone when they buy PC. That’s why hardware manufacturers are also forced to support Windows first than any other thing. But this support has increased tremendously over last couple of years. At the same time Linux community has developed itself in making Linux (Ubuntu in particular) more user friendly.
Anyways that is an ongoing debate whether you should use Linux or Windows or Mac. And at some point it is a…

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Seminar Series: Whose Economy?

This is a discussion that has relevance to any number of places around the world as the so called free world devolves into wage slavery and unsustainable hyper capitalism. The discussion comes about 40 years too late for those of us in North America, where embracing a “service” or “knowledge based” economy, gutted our middle class and made debtors of us all. Frame the argument in terms of sustainability, quality of life and least harm to people and the planet and you will surely fare far better than we have here. Do not believe the lie that producing quality durable goods locally is not worth doing because they can be produced by poor unfortunates elsewhere who must or will work for a pittance. You can not shop and consume your way to an enduring prosperity, but if wiser heads prevail, you just might build it and keep it, with willing strong hands and unclouded minds.

Scottish Centre for Island Studies

Professor Mike Danson of the University of West of Scotland and Oxfam’s UK Poverty Programme host a seminar series in Scotland under the theme: Whose Economy? This series was held over autumn and winter 2010 and 2011 in Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow and Stirling.

Further details at http://www.oxfam.org.uk/get_involved/Flyer_updated_10_January_2011.pdf

“The Whose Economy?seminar series brings together experts to examine key developments that have influenced the livelihoods of
communities in Scotland and, from the perspective of vulnerable communities, explore the implications of structural changes in the Scottish economy. The focus of the series is a questioning of what economy is being created in Scotland and, specifically, for whom? Persistent poverty exists in Scotland alongside high economic prosperity, leading to gross disparities in income and wealth, and life chances and lifestyles. Poverty and inequalities have historical and structural roots: changes in the Scottish economy in recent decades have seen a shift from manufacturing…

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