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This animation was made about a year ago for a future episode spent better explaining the general structure of the New World Order (NWO) aka the Corporate-Industrial Complex. With no plans currently in sight for that episode, I am uploading the animation with my first song on top for your viewing and remixing pleasure.
Stream on YouTube: http://youtu.be/lgkQCtshFfA Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/calls/Wiki_World_Order-Calling_Congress-Jan13-IranWar.divx It only takes a couple minutes! Call your representatives today!..about any issue you find important. This is a very important aspect of democracy. In this episode of #CallingCongress, I present calls to one of my senators, Dianne Feinstein, and to President Barack Obama’s office. I request they firmly reject the current escalation to war with Iran happening now, and to reject any such war in the […]
A Thought Experiment Ending with Transparency and Social Businesses We can see Americans increasingly rebelling against both the establishment left and the right. Even the mainstream media has had to cover this aspect of the transitions which both political parties are going through during this decade of endless predictable crises. Acknowledgment of the corruption found on both sides of the political aisle is one of the core concepts which amazing outlets like We Are Change, […]
aka Die Hard Like It’s 2009! Essay – ↓ Assumptions – ↓ Data Dump – ↓ Stocks A couple days after Christmas, a loved one asked me if my gut said this terrorist attempt was a false flag event or other not as officially covered. My reply was yes, but that much more research was needed for a more serious response. So the primary goal of this narrative case study is to clarify the kind […]
Dearest Friends and Family, “As for me, all I know is that I know nothing.” – Socrates (probably) I wish to unite a somewhat urgent meeting with you and several other closest and most trusted minds. While being aware of certain information and ideas since 2001, perhaps I was intimidated by the breath and scope. Or perhaps my focus on fighting the absurd ‘war on drugs,’ which had affected me more directly, seemed like a […]