9 Ways to Stop Cooperating with the Ruling Elite’s Control System

trueworldorderBy Paul A. Philips

Done sneakily, or under the illusion of democracy, in recent times more oppressive laws have been made than ever before. Between us being subjected to more and more ordinances, rules, restrictions and outright laws then demonizing our dissension and opinion  should we object… It’s as if we can’t do anything right.

How long will it take for the masses to wake up to these grossly restricting laws and realize how un-free they are?  The masses’ unchallenging complacency with these laws has been made that much easier through social conditioning engineered over the years by the ruling elite.

In this charade, the power-mad egomaniac manipulating controlling parasitical ruling elite impose themselves on almost everything for their ulterior motives: ownership, power, profit and political gain – and that’s it. It’s that straightforward. It’s that pathetic.

These forever-increasing control mechanisms: regulations, rules, absurd mandates, threats of fines, intimidation, extreme petty police reprisals and imprisonment … are designed to sap the life-force from us while denying our true self-expression as we’re expected to bow down in acquiescence. It’s all designed to erode humanity into a subservient entity.


How do we break this manipulation?

The road to achieving this involves refusing to cooperate with the ruling elite’s control system.

By refusing to cooperate we go into a different agreement which will manifest a different reality to the otherwise planned doom and gloom. So here are 9 ways to stop cooperating with the ruling elite’s control system.

1. Question everything

Remember, accepting the narrative given to you by the authorities and the general consensus of the masses without your questioning means going into agreement with a fake reality, thus having a disempowering relationship with the unreal.

Question the motives behind the mainstream media, the lawmakers, the politicians or corporations pushing their encroaching agendas. Question the education system. Question military actions. Question yourself over the job you’re in and do you really want to do it … etc.

In other words question anyone and anything you hit upon contrary to your findings, or contrary to that which goes against your freedom.

When living life as an inquiry, challenging the official narrative, you can then act on your findings by spreading the word. Live your truth. Walk your walk and talk your talk.

2. Disengage from the imposing controlling matrix

Enough is enough. Break those imprisoning mental, physical and spiritual chains foisted on you by the ruling elite and their associates.  Don’t fall for their fear-mongering as you rebel. Fear is all part of the controlling matrix illusion. See it for what it really is.

The more you disengage the more confidence gained in your stand for non-cooperation.

Break your agreements: If you’re unwillingly serving the ruling elite’s disempowering, destructive control system, then walk away.

Healthcare workers, if you don’t like being involved in a system that seriously injures or kills numerous patients with medicines supported by a medical/pharmaceutical establishment that puts profits over genuine welfare concern then walk away.

Police, if you’re involved in policing unjust oppressive laws then walk away…

Soldiers, if you’ve worked out the war deception with all its illegal, immoral, indiscriminate activity then do what your heart tells you. Lay down your weapons and walk away…

How are the ruling elite and their associates going to deal with us if we demonstrate our non-cooperation in high numbers?

3. Disengage from distraction

In our socially engineered society we have been manipulated to get caught up in distraction. Mindless entertainment, overly competitive sports … Then there are those economic, political, intellectual, religious, cultural and societal differences, race issues, etc. serving as nothing more than distraction with more than their fair share of never-ending dialectic conflict. It’s all designed to stop us from seeing the big picture and rising up.

It becomes a lot easier to disengage from the distraction when seeing the big picture. That it’s nothing more than a carefully cultivated control system…

The next 2 ways are indeed major examples of distraction. See them for what they really are. Then ‘throw down the ball,’ refuse to play these pointless, going nowhere, energy-sapping games, and move on:

4. Don’t vote for any of the major political parties

By voting for one of these parties you’re only giving your power away to help the ruling criminals’ further advance their NWO agenda. Stop believing the Republican-Democrat paradigm; or, if you’re in the UK, the Lib-Lab-Con sock puppet campaign shows backed and financed by T.H.E.Y (The Hierarchy Enslaving You).

It doesn’t matter who gets voted in. They’re all funded and backed by the ruling elite. So whoever wins, the politicians who get in office will only be there to serve their lords and masters the ruling elite instead of the wishes of we-the-people.

Yes, there are a growing number of people who know this, but many still don’t fully understand. Any advantages of selecting one party over the other because of, say, a policy in your favor or to your advantage will only be a short-term payoff. In the end, if you vote for one of the major parties because of this then you’ll only have to suffer the far greater long-term cost for having chosen the party with their connections to the ruling elite’s agenda.

5. Stop giving your attention to corporate-sponsored mainstream media news

Switch off the TV (Tel-Lie-Vision). Turn to alternative/independent media sources instead for the truth. Learn to discern the differences between disinformation and the truth on the Internet.

6. Refuse to join the military

Don’t become a sucker for the ruling elite’s war machine, secretly manufactured to line the pockets and favor the directions of bankers, corporations and politicians, while serving as a planned de-population agenda…

cache_38434361.jpgNo matter which side or viewpoint you take no one ever wins; and, just like choosing a major political party, nothing ever changes. Understand the related big picture and then spread the word to others so that they too will see the deception and refuse to join.

7. Refuse vaccinations

With the current push for mandatory vaccinations refusal has never been so important. They cannot deal with us if we refuse in overwhelming numbers. Vaccines are NOT safe and have been known to be ineffective. You could end up seriously ill, brain-damaged or even dead from these fraudulent big pharma money spinners to which the revenue-raking government and their paid-off media is only too happy to support through disinformation and lies…

8. Stop buying junk food and say no to GMO

Don’t let any greed-driven corporation deceive you with their deceptive marketing. Avoid junk food with its high sugar, salt and cheap/nasty trans-fats … for disease protection. Chemical-laden, processed, irradiated or GMO foods should be avoided.

Don’t buy a microwave oven. Avoid cooking with microwave or non-stick coated or aluminum utensils which in effect turns the food into junk food that could lead to health problems through toxic contaminants.

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Don’t cook food using high temperatures for too long. Extreme temperatures cause the nutrition value (vitamins and enzymes in particular) to denature and greatly reduce the food value.

Junk foods and GMOs are all part of the ruling elite’s destructive hidden agenda.

cache_38443308.jpg9. Stop consuming

As a consumer, ask yourself do you really need it? For instance, do you really need to become one of the ‘Planet of the Apps’ spending endless hours wasting time on health-threatening low-EMF WiFi, covert spying electronic applications?

Get into the habit of no longer consuming things you don’t really need.

As a consequence of 1-9

The system and its unconscious nature will break down.

Our non-cooperation will no longer give the ruling elite’s control system its power.  Non-cooperation will take us up and away from getting further dragged down towards the terminal precipice.

Non-cooperation is quite simply the key to our freedom.

Also Read:
10 Ways to Stop Being a Slave and Bring Down the Pyramids of Control

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  • John Vian

    You forgot to add to your list the illegal Federal Income Tax. Don’t support these rich men who are pulling the strings behind the scenes.

    • Louis Charles

      The Fed is even bigger problem. Legalized counterfiting which enables these megalomaniacs to infinitely buy whatever they want, and whomever they want. And with e-trade, inc. there isn’t even remaining, any control of inflating the money supply — directly to their friends’ accounts, as there was with paper… which had to be shuffled around via Brinks trucks (and actually limited by the cost and supply of trees-into-paper) The saddest day in modern American history was when Ron Paul shifted at the behest of his Masonic Order handlers from End The Fed to Audit the fed………… Happened somewhere in ’11, I believe. Don’t remember the exact date.

  • reagangs

    My Father, one of America’s Greatest Generation, always told my Brother and I, “believe half of what you see and none of what you read and hear”. By the way he was a Democrat and a small farmer in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. He butted heads with the local Farm Bureau rep on many occasions on planting allocations and quotas. He hated bureaucratic controls and pricing of his harvest. That’s where I got my conservative and Tea Party values: “If you can’t afford it, don’t buy it”. Both he and my mother didn’t have credit cards. RIP, Mom and Dad.

    • Dr Gordon Freeman

      You are just as much a part of the machine as you claim not to be, and you are too foolish to realize it.

    • Mikeal_T

      so your family bought ALL their land and ALL their equipment, seed grain and all of that, OUTRIGHT? No loans for equipment, no creditors of ANY kind, no mortgages? No car note? You do realize that health insurance in a sense is credit, right? Sorry but I find that very hard to believe the way the economy is set up in this country. Credit comes in too many innocent seeming forms. Yes I know this is a late post but still, bullshit is bullshit and that’s bullshit.

      • jen g

        I dont doubt that. Especially since he’s speaking of a generation twice ago.

  • dale ruff

    Some good ideas together with some totally absurd:
    Quit your job (teachers, cops, nurses) and go onto welfare? How is that disengaging from ah oppressive order?

    “It doesn’t matter who gets voted in. They’re all funded and backed by the ruling elite.”
    He who pays the piper calls the tune. If only there were a candidate for President who refuses to take superpac and big MOney!!! If only there were a candidate who is funded by millions of ordinary people!!!

    Keep your job and work within to make change………..and vote for Bernie Sanders. He is NOT beholden to the ruling class. He may not overthrow the existing system but he is leading by example, walking the walk.

    Don’t believe “journalists” who make such blanket generalizations that they cover up the opportunities for meaningful action to effect change. If you disengage from voting, you only benefit the most reactionary forces while denying yourself the right to support a candidate who has broken the mold.

    • Average Joe American

      Again, I might agree…if They didn’t manufacture and own the electronic voting machines. Libertarian voters would have better luck in Reno or Las Vegas.

      • dale ruff

        To defeat rigged machines requires a sizable majority, such as Obama managed.

        With a progressive leader, not beholden to the elites, we have at least a chance to return to honest elections. Otherwise, it’s just surrender. Never give up!

        • Dr Gordon Freeman

          Oh, brother. You fail to realize that your own party is just as bought and paid for. You are a tool of the elite, yet you think by being ‘progressive’, that you’ve somehow escaped from the machine.

        • drbhelthi

          Sorry, but it impossible to defeat rigged voting machines. Voting machines operate as programmed. Proving in a court of law that voting machines are rigged, and acquiring a court order to nullify a vote is a nice thought.
          How often does it happen?
          Take the voter fraud of Texas and Florida in the 2000 election, for example, and the invervention of the USSupreme Court – .

    • marlene

      No, not go on welfare – CHANGE your job to get out of the ruling elite’s evil matrix. If they want good workers, they must run a good business. It takes time, ,but if we don’t start, we’ll never get there.

      • dale ruff

        To change your job means a period in between, which for most, runs the risk of foreclosure or going more into debt; it also means that there is a job market which has a shortage of people in your professional class. The ordinary family has a mortgage which loss of job or a lower paying job puts into jeopardy. During unemployment, you rely on govt programs.

        One of the achievements of a system in which many labor at jobs that are oppressive is the correlate fact of high unemployment, a shortage of good jobs and an overabundance of qualified workers, including millions of college grads.

        The idea of quitting your job to take another is a highly risky idea due to the fact that good jobs are hard to come by in today’s economy. Teachers, cops, etc would do far more good to work with their colleagues, in unions, etc to change the situation rather than going to work, most likely at a reduced pay putting their families in jeopardy, for someone in another system of hierarchy and which, most likely, will have its own burden of oppressions.

        I worked as a public school teacher for 20 years and found, that in districts with unions, for example, we were better paid and treated as professionals without being subject to the tyrannical control of administrators. In districts without unions, we were paid much worse and treated as slaves. Therefore, the most effective thing to do is not to quit your job and HOPE you might find another which can support your family but work to create or strengthen a union to give the employees dignity and a voice in how things are run.

        The “ruling elite’s evil matrix” extends most severely in the private sector where, in most states, a boss can fire you for using your First Amendment rights, on you own time, based on his right to fire without cause. Even the government cannot do this.

        I find you advice very shallow and dangerous. Don’t run away: stand up and fight, with others, for your rights. In running away, you place yourself even more in the control of oppressive rule, as a person applying for a job has zero rights or power.

        If you can find a better job, of course take it but that does require a motive of escaping the evil matrix, just common self-preservation.

        The system will never be changed by people who refuse to stand up and fight for change. That is like voluntary exile, something that only benefits the ruling elites.

        • marlene

          Maybe it’s just not right for you. It’s not for chicken little. But many others with a conscience can and will change their employment and join a movement that could actually make a difference.

        • Cat411

          Oh don’t get me started on unions! Dang it.. too late!! My husband works for the mail service. (you know…the one we all use in the US) He is white with 35+ yrs on the job. The union (all black reps) does NOTHING for white employees where he works. The non-blacks have given up on trying to get anything done thru a union rep. The discrimination against non-blacks in that place is unbelievable. I could go on and on but you probably wouldn’t (couldn’t) understand unless you’ve been there.

          • dale ruff

            Benefits gained through collective bargaining are not distributed by race. If they are,you use the Courts to expose this injustice.

            After Reagan crushed the union movement (in the private sector), median wages have declined 40%,adjusted for inflation.. In the same time, due to collective bargaining thru the Postal Union, postal workers wages have increased by about 9%.
            (sources:http://www.cmal-apwu.org/Pay%20History%201969-2010.pdf and
            http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl?cost1=31%2C700.00&year1=1990&year2=2006

            I get there may be other issues,but without the union,your husband’s income would be far less. Do you think you would be better off without a union. I urge you to use legal means to challenge discrimination. My experience in teachers unions was higher pay,respect, due process,professional pride.

          • Cat411

            I know the union fights for higher pay contracts, and that’s much appreciated, but respect, due process, and professional pride flew out the window long ago. The non-whites used to be able to take a complaint to a union steward, but now they don’t even waste their time. But blacks who file a complaint get promoted!!! That is the truth!! I’ve lost count of how many times that’s happened.

            If I had about a week, I could tell you some stories. Here’s one: The
            facility where he works was once the #1 performer in it’s category in
            our state. Then a black woman took hold of the reins. (I’m not being racist, I’m telling you what happened.) She did a lot of things that were totally off the wall; ie, getting rid of essential equipment because she said it was not necessary. Not only was it necessary to processing the mail, without that equipment many mail-handlers (including my husband) were left without a job. They either had to transfer to another facility or bid on a different type of job at that facility. Total chaos ensued. That took about a year to get sorted out, and boy was everyone furious!

            She was there for about 3 yrs. before she left to go somewhere else in the PO. By that time the performance rate had dropped to the bottom of the list.
            Another (short) story: a co-worker overheard her bragging that “she’d gotten rid of all the white supervisors except one, but she was still working on him”.

            The union stewards, and higher-ups in the company, dismiss complaints and usually claim racism against blacks.

            If we could afford it, he would retire yesterday.

          • dale ruff

            So you think your local postal union reps are racist. That is terrible, if true. However, it does not undermine the need for unions to represent those who otherwise have no power or voice. The loss in median wages (down 40% since 1989) can be exactly tracked with the loss in union members. Postal workers have seen a rise in income, due to the unions, whether you like them or not, whereas in the sectors without unions, wages have declined.

            Your personal experiences may be negative but they in no way make the case that we are better off without unions. Without unions, workers have no power at all and that leads to more and more exploitation. Do you think your husband would be better off with no unions to bargain for higher wages and benefits? I am not saying you are racist, but all the flaws you find seem to involve color of skin.

          • Cat411

            Alright, I’ll leave skin color out of the description. The supervisors from the top down are stupid, unqualified (don’t know a thing about running the facility) and lack personnel management skills. The newest plant manager was formally head of maintenence at another location. Morale is at an all-time low facility-wide. The union stewards are more of the same.

            I told you, it’d take me a week to make you understand the whole story.

  • I’ll simplify it to my personal one-step program: If you don’t really need it, just say NO!

  • Louis Charles

    this advice has been recycled from the ’60’s hippie movement. Much of it being so silly because you would need such critical mass to make it effective. NOT GONNA HAPPEN as long as government is schooling our kids.

    But I would say, yes to voting for alternative parties IF they would organize in lightly populated counties, create well-funded candidacies, and win a majority there… SHOWING the world what you would do if running a government. This is especially important when considering sherif, DA and Dist. Judge seats dealing with Jury Nullification. I think we might see the LIbertarian Party of NH have some success in this type of setting resulting from the Free State Project migration. I look forward to it.

    • Average Joe American

      I might agree…if They didn’t manufacture and own the electronic voting machines. Libertarian voters would have better luck in Las Vegas.

      • Louis Charles

        It’s not about luck. It’s about a will to live in liberty. It’s a matter of this element of people congregating in target counties (keeping in mind, it doesn’t take full time residency to establish a place as your primary voting residence) and do what it takes to defeat tyranny at the ballot box. In counties (or towns/cities) of 25,000 or less, it’s a very simple process to Assure Clean Elections BEFORE the actual election takes place. We just need viable candidates who care. Again, it has zero to do with luck.

        • Cat411

          I don’t believe that our votes count anymore. THEY decide who their next puppet will be and they install him.. or her (God help us!) I don’t believe Obama was re-elected for a 2nd term. Too many people had already wised up to his idea of hope and change during his first term. I didn’t vote for him either time.

          • Louis Charles

            Cat. No argument there. But notice I said that we need to congregate into locations where we CAN Assure Clean Elections. We can’t be using votescam as an excuse to lose to the NWO. Can we?

          • Cat411

            I think we’ve already lost to the NWO. Just look at the injustices we’ve had to face with this current administration and congress. NOTHING gets done to correct these injustices. How do you fight an entity that big and powerful?

          • Louis Charles

            with Holy Scripture. Matthew 24:16; Luke 21:21

          • Dr Gordon Freeman

            Sure, fight it with scriptures from a book of delusion.

          • Louis Charles

            Too bad you feel that way…. The questions I have for you is: Do you honestly believe the Apostles who wrote the New Testament were lying in their witness? Otherwise, whence the delusion?

          • Cat411

            His attitude (and that of others) is what has happened since prayer was taken out of schools and the very word GOD is taboo in certain places. Thank Madelaine Murray O’Hare for voicing her atheistic opinions. It’s been a downhill slide ever since.

          • Louis Charles

            what’s intriguing to me is why Christians ever send thier kids to atheist school. …and steal from their neighbors to pay for their children’s tutions. Amazing hypocrisy when one consideres the 8th Commandment.

          • dale ruff

            Public Schools are not atheist; they are secular. Learn the difference. No one in a public school is banned from praying, even praying together during non-class time.
            Ignorance plus intolerance equals Taliban thinking.

          • Louis Charles

            ok. Let’s change “athest” to “secular” at your behest. My point stands as is.

          • dale ruff

            You point is that Christians are stupid to send their kids to public schools, which are open to people of all religions and backgrounds. Fine.

          • drbhelthi

            Your first comment is outdated.
            Your second comment equals your thoughts.

          • c_chandler

            we know ohio, pennsylvania and california have voting corruption. also florida.

          • dale ruff

            Oh, I get where you are coming from ACORN, which was dismantled 3 yrs before the election, stole it from him. Most people wanted McCain and Palin! Did you vote for Bush too? I get it.

          • Cat411

            No, Dale, that is not ‘where I’m coming from’. THEY have been installing their puppets for decades, way before Obama. That’s a fact. I didn’t vote for Bush either. I woke up a long, long time ago; I do not vote – period.

          • dale ruff

            If you don’t vote, you objectively benefit the most reactionary candidates. If you do not support the least evil, you help the greater evil. Not voting is what they want you to do; voluntary voter suppression is much cheaper than enacting laws.

            Your actions help elect right wing Republicans, Bush, McCain, etc. If you do not vote, you forfeit any validity your criticism has since you refuse to make choices. I am a long time independent: I support candidates who promote democracy, human rights, and equality and peace. Not to do so is to empower those who do not. No need to reply: I see where you are coming from…..it’s not a place where rational discussion is possible.

          • Cat411

            Well, scr*w you and the horse you rode in on, a–hole. ‘Nuff said.

          • Cole Johnson

            But the left wing politicians are as bad as the right wing politicians! hitlery, and sanders are dangerous and are both liars! hitlery being the biggest liar next to ovomit. There are no presidential wannabes that are trustworthy! But this is only my opinion from researching the candidates! Which is the lesser of the evils? Is there such a thing with this crowd?

  • drbhelthi

    Outstanding.
    Especially no. 7. For over 200 years, voodoo vaccination has been poisoning mankind with injections of animal puss, mercury, aluminum and other poisons. Since 1970, AUTISM has increased 5-fold, due to the increase of “vaccinations” that big pharma has required for children. The concept of injecting ANY combination of these poisons into a days-old infant is criminal ! CRIMINAL ! Physicians who do it violate the sanctity of human blood, and commit the infants to illness and deformity. They inject illness and violate the most basic of the hippocratic oath, to do no harm.

    • John Cook

      I’ve heard that it’s a Lot more than a 500% increase in autism. There is also a great increase in auto-immune disease and allergies.

      • drbhelthi

        Thanks for responding. A 5 fold increase approximates a geometric increase, which approaches an epidemic. You may be accurate, as a precise figure cannot be obtained due to various criteria used to classify Autism and reporting methods, which do not accurately encompass all cases.
        One thing is statistically unquestionable: “voodoo vaccination” is the cause.

        • drbhelthi

          The world famous Robert Koch Institute in Germany did a study,
          found that non-vaccinated people were much healthier than vaccinated
          people.
          Here is the link: http://info.kopp-verlag.de/medizin-und-gesundheit/gesundes-leben/angelika-mueller-und-hans-u-p-tolzin/staatliche-studie-beweist-ungeimpfte-sind-gesuender-.html

          The article is in German, but the charts are easily understood, which I am sure you can understand. The green repesents the unvaccinated who get sick and the orange the vaccinated.
          Heuschnupfen= hay fever Neurodermitis= skin afflictions_nerve irritation
          Nickelallergie= nickel allergy Skoliose=crooked spine
          Mittelohrentzündung= middle ear infection Lungenentzündung= lung infection

          • drbhelthi

            The autoimmune affliction epidemic has been traced to ASPARTAME. Donald Rumsfeld forced it onto the US market in 1981, as appointee of Ronald Reagan. It had been banned by the Senior Scientist of the FDA for several years, as it caused strokes and tumors in rats used for experiments. Rumsfeld fired the famous chief scientist, replaced him with a greenhorn MD suckup, who approved Aspartame a few days later. Aspartame contributes to overweight instead of hindering overweight, while attacking the immune system. Aspartame has been in 9,000 foods and beverages since 2004, world-wide. The billions/trillions in profit for the pharma industry and patient visits to the Medicine industry are impossible to calculate.

          • Joan Camara

            Aspertame is in ALL gum now…don’t chew gum! Any of it! If you don’t believe me, check the ingredient list. Course your probably not getting much in a piece, but over time….?

          • drbhelthi

            Yes. Poison in small doses accummulates.

          • Cat411

            It also has bad effects on the brain. I can’t remember all of the things it does, but I can tell you firsthand it caused my semi-in-control anxiety disorder to spike way up and I had to start almost from the beginning of my treatment to get to that same level again. Fortunately, I realized Aspartame was the cause, so I stopped using it immediately (Aspartame sweetner). I never eat or drink anything with aspartame and I caution everyone I know with mental disorders about the bad effects. That stuff should be banned!

          • John Cook

            I don’t have the references but I believe that result has been found everywhere that comparison has been made. I think New Zealand was an example. Yet they force it on us.
            They say unvaccinated children cannot attend kindergartens (in Australia where I live) because they might infect the other kids. Which is insane – aren’t those other kids supposed to be protected by being vaccinated? Do they work or not?
            I mentioned that to a woman yesterday and it had never occurred to her before even though she was against forced vaccinations.
            They call it ‘herd’ immunity – sounds like you have to be cattle to believe it…

          • Juergen Meixner

            Thanks for the great information on the health fraud.

            Sincerely Yours, HUMAN ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

          • Cat411

            I read that report (with the assistance of Google Translator in Firefox). Unbelievable! I’m 62 and have not been vaccinated for anything since my mid 20s and will never be again. My husband was harder to convince about the risks. A few months he went to the pharmacy (Walgr.) and they talked him into getting the flu vac. As far as I can tell, he hasn’t exhibited any adverse reactions.

          • dale ruff

            Explain why tens of thousands are dying in regions where there are no vaccination programs.

          • drbhelthi

            In comparison with areas that are heavily vaccinated, the numbers are smaller. Malnutrition and polluted water are the basic causes, in all aeas, as always.

          • dale ruff

            Do you have any evidence for that claim? According to WHO,
            “In 2014, there were 114 900 measles deaths globally – about 314 deaths every day or 13 deaths every hour.

            Measles vaccination resulted in a 79% drop in measles deaths between 2000 and 2014 worldwide
            During 2000-2014, measles vaccination prevented an estimated 17.1 million deaths .”

            I would welcome your evidence that vaccinations were not the cause of this decrease. If you don’t have a more reliable source than WHO,or evidence their soruces are not reliable, your claim has no validity.

          • drbhelthi

            I would welcome scientific verification that WHO propaganda is accurate. If WHO is your reference, your comments are invalid. Which, is similar to most of your comments.

          • Joan Camara

            Why can’t people figure out, that all government entities are liars? I bet they believe in the FDA too! And the CIA, and the FBI…etc etc

          • jen g

            shilly in here, eh?

          • Peter Clifford

            Oh Look a Shill Hello Shill, How much are they paying you for this argument!

          • dale ruff

            Rule #1 of shilling: if someone presents facts or counter arguments, call them a shill. You can make good money playing this game If you have evidence that WHO data is fraudulent, you are obliged to present that evidence. Calling someone names is childish and stupid.

          • Brass

            Get OFF gatekeeper sites like this one, would point number ONE. Why have so many of the best- albeit angry- posts been removed??
            Best Suggestion that would actually destroy the system, have all been censored from the comments.
            NO TAX PAYMENTs April 15. Period. STOP PAYING the HANGMEN

          • Joan Camara

            Only when a leader stands up to be the first…otherwise…never happen. Can’t get all the people together at one time to do this, besides.

      • Joan Camara

        Increase in weight…ALSO! I lost 50pds getting off of GMO’s, and changed my diet to all organic! Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, processed weight loss dinners in the freezer aisle, Slim Fast, all diets on tv…..forget it! All chemicals…

        • Joan Camara

          Woops, sorry…I was thinking you were talking about GMO’s…nope. Vaccinations…which you are correct on..on all counts.

          • John Cook

            Actually I think both those things are just relatively minor elements of our plunge into total destruction and tyranny. I think destruction of our long term health is just part of an immense plan by the ‘Eskimos’ for the destruction of western civilisation and white people in particular (because they are the source of that civilisation) – sorry if I opened a ‘rabbit hole’ under your feet Joan, but time is getting very short and we must learn to strike at the roots rather than waste our power slashing at the leaves and branches. That’s just pruning. They can handle that.

        • jen g

          right. suturated fats, diglcerides etc

          • Peter Clifford

            Triglyceride over in Australia Bad Triglycerides LOTS of them

    • gifteconomy

      Only GIFTING & SHARING can help us to kill the profit: everything on this Earth must and can be FREE OF CHARGE:
      -FREE WATER,
      -FREE FOOD,
      -FREE SPACE,
      -FREE SHELTER,
      -FREE MOVE…
      to all 7 billion people!
      No profit = no need to work for water, food, shelter!
      We need a consent to proclaim covering of basic needs as A REAL HUMAN BIRTH right !

      • Dr Gordon Freeman

        You’re delusional. What you are is a freeloader looking for free stuff.

        • Joan Camara

          Aw, c’mon….I liked that dream!

          • Louis Charles

            Actually, Tesla (a hardcore Eastern Orthodox Catholic) would have made the dream possible if he had some help by a WELL REGULATED MILITIA….. With free electricity, (once his “towers” were constucted) the rest of the list can easily be conceived over time and techno-advances.

          • Joan Camara

            True..government (whichever one) took over all his paperwork…killed it. We know why too.

          • gifteconomy

            There are no catholics in Eastern Orthodoxy!
            Tesla was a Serb and his father was an orthodox priest (who can marry and have children) – that is why the Croats have exterminated the entire Telsa’s family

        • jen g

          water? yeah, i guess i am a free loader too. if non participation in the “state” is freeloading, then pardon me from the slavery.

    • dale ruff

      Lots of assumptions and misinformation in your post. Lots of folks eating it up.

    • abinico

      It’s not just people that suffer vaccine injury – it also happens to our animal friends. That grey cat avatar you see is Tuesday – he went blind after getting his ‘shots’ – his kidneys were also damaged – I nursed him for a year before he passed away far, far too soon.

    • Amy Jones

      I didn’t have vaccinations, neither did my son. Still Autistic. We’re both vegan too.

      • jen g

        interesting. I know theres a genetic component, and an unidentified enviornmental trigger…

  • FoR @ FiST FuLL oF Doll@Rs

    AMeN BRo

  • Kevin

    Add one more…if only everyone refused to pay taxes to fund the fictional wars and God knows what else the money is used for. Stop participating in the LIE system. Because that is truly what it is.

  • Joel W

    Number 4 should be changed to don’t vote, period. By voting you are plugging back into the same control system being spoken of here. All voting does is tell the “elite” that you accept their rule over you.

    • Brett

      Thats a good point. We must not encourage them!

    • Louis Charles

      What about local elections? Do you believe the propriety of the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates? Do you think there is a better way of selecting sheriffs, DA’s, Judges and commissioners? If so, I am all ears and eyes.

      • Joel W

        I honestly don’t have a good answer for you. I personally don’t vote in local elections either. I feel its corrupt at all levels (my mayor is currently under FBI investigation, as well as a handful of other local officials and our Parking Authority). I understand the logic of the “vote local” theory, just personally refuse to vote for anyone. Whether local or federal, all votes are counted by the same people (a foreign corporation). And keep in mind, Bush and Obama were once only “local” politicians, and where did that get us. I don’t have a solution other than refusal to partake.

        What if they held an election, and nobody showed up????

        • Louis Charles

          I would suggest if the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates didn’t exist, I would suggest your anarcho/voluntyrist question would be relevant. So, since you admitted you don’t have a good answer fo my questions, let’s you and I do some discovery on the concept. Are you aware of the saga of Sheriff Nick Finch in Liberty Co., FL?

          • Joel W

            Never heard of him. And to be honest, never heard of the Doctrine of Lesser Magistrates. But I will look into both quick to get an idea what we are talking about.

          • Louis Charles

            Guaranteed, you will enjoy what you shall discover.

          • Joel W

            Alright just read up on both. I full agree with the Lesser Magistrate Doctrine. By beliefs notwithstanding, since we are supposedly a Constitutional Republic, maybe we should start acting like it, which what the honorable Sheriff Finch apparently was trying to uphold. That’s essentially how I also understood the proper function of this Republic to be. I accept the existence of (because there is no other option really), but do not consent to local government (still do not vote, but they are at least legitimate). The federal, on the other hand, I do not recognize the legitimacy of it (or I should say what it has become). But all my babbling aside, Sheriff Finch is a true Constitutional Sheriff (very few left) and if we are going to have laws, the Lesser Magistrate Doctrine seems very legitimate and wholly proper to me.

        • dale ruff

          What if men were angels and we did not need government. Argumentum ad absurdim is considered a logical fallacy.

          Bush—started 2 criminal wars and killed half million; lost privates sector jobs and in his last month,the US lost 800K jobs. Bush increased the debt in his 8 budgets by 117% tho he started with surpluses.

          Obama inherited a collapsing stock market and 800K job losses and month, and in his 7 budgets has created 13 million private sector jobs, while cutting the deficit by 2/3 and having government spending grow at the lowest rate in 50 years.

          For all his flaws, there is no comparison: Bush destroyed the economy; Obama rescued it. We have grave problems but Bush was the worst catastrophe in our history while Obama has been moderately successful, moderately disappointing.

          • Joel W

            Obama rescued the economy? Really? Opposite day again already? Obama continue almost 100% of Bush’s (not really his, his masters’) poicies ie, wars plus added more wars, more drone strikes, never closed Guantanamo, had Hilary running the Benghazi disaster, Fast and Furious, Obama care disaster, real unemployment near 20%, a worthless dollar. So tell me again how Obama is so wonderful? Name one good thing he did for this nation. And no Obama did not create one single job. Business owners create jobs. And let’s not forget that Obama racked up as much debt as EVERY single previous president combined. So again, how has he helped? Signing the TPP (NAFTA was so great for the US)? Claims global warming is our greatest threat. Really? Was at minimum indirectly, if not directly responsible for Daesh (ISIL). I can go on and on and on about Obama’s misdeeds, crimes and outright treasonous actions. So again, how is Obama so good for this country when he hates this country?

            And you still refuse to address any of my points and keep using straw man arguments that have exactly nothing to do with what I was originally talking about. Still waiting for that world class education to wow me by actually refuting my points.

          • dale ruff

            Yes. I disagree with Obama on refusing to investigate/prosecute the Bush administration for war crimes, his escalation in Afghanistan, his part in Libya, his support for the “moderates” in Syria, and his support for the neo-Nazi coup in Ukraine.

            But the fact is that the month he took office inherited 7 more months of the
            Bush Budget, there were 800,000 job losses and the stock market was in free fall. By the first month of his 1st budget, job and economic growth turned positive and the deficits began to decline….and there has been steady if very modest growth since,including 13 millions jobs.

            I am an independent: I denounce policies I think wrong and acknowledge successes when they occur. My world class education my be over your head, friend.

            btw, jobs are created by spending, so when Obama put 800 billion in stimulus into the economy, it turned it around.

            Bush had wasted several trillion with criminals wars, tax cuts for the rich,and allowing the banks to destroy the economy. No business can survive unless people have jobs and money to spend.

            You remind me that people of intellectual merit have always found my thinking worthy but that intellectual midgets always try to cut me off at the knees.lol.

            Bush debt in 8 budgets: up 117%. Obama debt in 7 budget, up 45%.
            Jobs:Bush lost jobs with his spending; Obama’s policies led to 13 million.

            I get it. You supported Bush and you don’t want to admit he screwed you over.
            Wake up!

            Global warming is our greatest threat….all informed people understand this.]

            You appear to be a stubbornly brainwashed rightwinger. Hopeless.

          • Joel W

            Are you a idiot. How many times have I said I DO NOT VOTE. I voted once almost 20 years ago. And if you truly think global warming is the greatest threat to our existence, you are retarded. As far as brainwashed, the fact that you call me a right winger proves you are the brainwashed one. Bush=criminal. Obama=criminal hillary=criminal rumsfeld=criminal cheney=criminal. How rightwing is that you dolt? And still waiting for you to refute any point I have made, but since you somehow turned me stating I don’t vote and all politicians are criminals into being a brainwashed rightwinger who voted for Bush (I am strongly advocating voting for NOBODY), it is obvious you do not have a word class education, since as you put it I am uneducated (even though I’m not, just don’t use it as a crutch when I am losing a debate) brainwashed fool or whatever other insults you have been hurling my way. Now go back through every one of my posts and address EVERY single point I have made, stop using straw man arguments, stop assuming you know anything about me or what I may or may not have done and address the points being made here, or just shut up and go away because you have done nothing but put up absolutely meaningless statistics and insult me. And one last thing, any improvement in the economy was in spite of Obama not because of him, like fossil fuel production increases were not his doing. That was all state and private land. He did everything possible to cripple the coal industry. His admin allowed the BP disaster to go unchecked when BP was asking for help (the emails are public record). So that tells me he purposely allowed an ecological disaster to happen to make a point (never like a good crisis go to waste – rahm emmanuel, Obama’s boy). And as for war crimes, Obama is guilty of every single war crime Bush is guilty of, if not more, as well as treason.

          • Joan Camara

            And you haven’t even thrown out there, that he’s let in MILLIONS of muslims in this country, when we already had thousands! Now I just heard yesterday, still waiting on a conformation, that he told the border police, to let them all in!! Thousands of mexicans now are flooding over. Talk about killing this country!

          • Joan Camara

            Thank You!

          • Joan Camara

            TD-Thumbs Down

      • jen g

        absolutely. They definitely should NOT be appointed. we all vote, or anther system must be effected.

    • dale ruff

      And that is why the Koch brothers are raising 900 million to influence the vote and why only Republican states enact voter suppression laws? Bernie the common man is no different from billionaire Trump? Use your critical thinking skills and put down your broad brush.

      • Joel W

        By voter suppression, I’m assuming you mean verifying your identity with valid identification?

        • dale ruff

          No! The courts have made clear what voter suppression laws are: laws which by cherrypicking the kind of identification discriminate against certain groups, including miiorities, students, and the elederly.

          The real point is that since voter fraud is virtually non-existent (10 yrs in prison for add one vote to millions?), as proved by the Bush study over 5 years, which found 86 cases or less than 1 per state per year. Why suppress the vote of certain groups when there is no problem to fix? The only reason is partisan, to lower the turnout for groups who vote for the other party.

          Voter suppression is a cynical campaign to lower Democratic voting. It is not a response to an evidence of a problem, other than the fact that Repiublicans do best when voter turnout is low. I am not a Democrat but an independent, and I oppose a discrimnatory practice whose goal is not to fix a problem of fraud but to lower turnout for one particular party.

          Since you seem ignorant of the well-publicized studies, I will provide the evidence for lack of a problem:

          NYTimes: “WASHINGTON, April 11 — Five years after the Bush administration began a crackdown on voter fraud, the Justice Department has turned up virtually no evidence of any organized effort to skew federal elections, according to court records and interviews..

          lthough Republican activists have repeatedly said fraud is so widespread that it has corrupted the political process and, possibly, cost the party election victories, about 120 people have been charged and 86 convicted as of last year.

          Most of those charged have been Democrats, voting records show. Many of those charged by the Justice Department appear to have mistakenly filled out registration forms or misunderstood eligibility rules, a review of court records and interviews with prosecutors and defense lawyers show.”

          salon.com reported on how the Bush administration fired 8 US attornies claiming they were not vigorously pursuing voter fraud cases. This was a lie. There were hardly any voter fraud cases to prosecute; the firings were political.
          “A belief in rampant voter fraud in Democratic strongholds — big cities, minority neighborhoods — is widespread among Republicans, and claims of vote buying and the like have long been a mainstay of GOP rhetoric. The party has used these claims of voter fraud to help build public support for what it considers electoral reforms, like requiring voters to show photo ID — reforms that also tend to suppress Democratic turnout on Election Day.

          During the Bush administration, a rhetorical tool became public policy. The Republicans could not get a photo ID law through the Senate, but they were able to enlist the 93 United States attorneys in their crusade against voter fraud. In 2002, then-Attorney General John Ashcroft announced an initiative that required “all components of the [Justice] Department” to “place a high priority on the investigation and prosecution of election fraud.”

          Five years later, Ashcroft’s initiative hasn’t produced all that much in the way of convictions, at least relative to the overall Department of Justice caseload. Prosecutions for electoral fraud remain a minuscule part of the federal criminal docket. In 2002 alone, there were 80,424 criminal cases concluded nationwide in the 94 U.S. District Courts. By comparison, according to a DOJ document, between the fall of 2002 and the fall of 2005, there were only 95 defendants charged with federal election-fraud-related crimes in the whole country.”
          http://www.salon.com/2007/03/21/us_attorneys_2/

          Voter fraud is a fake issue that has been used for political purposes.

          • Joel W

            If voter fraud is a non issue, then how did multiple precincts in Philly in 2012 vote over 100% for Obama? Voter fraud is a “non-issue” because the whole damn thing is a fraud first of all. And the media and government would never lie. Repubians are guilty of it Democrats are gulity of it. People have gone to prison in the last election cycle over it. And since a Bush study said it is nonexistant, well it must be true (remember Florida and the Al Gore?) And you are really using Salon as a source for something? No bias there. And regardless of any of this, the point is voting means and does exactly nothing. Changes nothing. Democrat or Republican? Does not matter. They all serve the same master.

          • dale ruff

            1. A source is as good as its sources: the Salon article is replete with sources including the Bush investigation, the Justice Department, etc. If you do not have evidence that the sources Salon uses are fraudulent, you are promoting a falsehood.
            2. Here is the explanation for a 100% vote in Philly, from snopes.com (and if you have evidence they are misreporting, please report it):
            “Barack Obama won the overall vote in the Philadelphia area by an 85% to 14% margin over Mitt Romney; Obama also received greater than 90% of the vote in more than half of Philadelphia’s 66 wards, and 99% or more of the vote in seven of those wards. That result was hardly surprising given that, as the Philadelphia Inquirer noted, those wards are “clustered in almost exclusively black sections of West and North Philadelphia” and “nationally, 93 percent of African Americans voted for Obama.” The Philadelphia wards that trended very heavily for Barack Obama included many divisions of between 200 and 500 voters in which Mitt Romney received a scant handful of votes (and sometimes no votes at all), a result mirroring that of the previous election, in which Republican candidate John McCain “got zero votes in 57 Philadelphia voting divisions.”
            :http://www.snopes.com/politics/ballot/2012fraud.asp
            The Philadelphia Inquirer sought Republican voters in those districts:
            “Many parts of Philadelphia and other big cities simply lack Republican voters, a fact of campaigning that has been true since Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, Jonathan Rodden, a political science professor at Stanford University, said.

            Although voter registration lists, which often contain outdated information, show 12 Republicans live in the [28th] ward’s third division, The Inquirer was unable to find any of them by calling or visiting their homes.

            Four of the registered Republicans no longer lived there; four others didn’t answer their doors. City Board of Elections registration data say a registered Republican used to live at 25th and York Streets, but none of the neighbors across the street knew him.

            James Norris, 19, who lives down the street, is listed as a Republican in city data. But he said he’s a Democrat and voted for Obama because he thinks the president will help the middle class.

            A few blocks away, Eric Sapp, a 42-year-old chef, looked skeptical when told that city data had him listed as a registered Republican. “I got to check on that,” said Sapp, who voted for Obama.”

            You may not believe it but their districts were no on votes for Republicans. If you have evidence that this is NOT -true, you are obligated to present it; otherwise, your whining is invalid. I know you will attack the messengers but these sources, like Salon, provide sources you can backcheck.

            The Bush administration wanted to find voter fraud so bad it fired 8 attorney generals for not prosecuting cases. They could find hardly any after trying for 5 years.

            The problem is you don’t want to admit the facts because you don’t like the facts. The beauty of facts, however, is they are true, whether you believe them or not.

            Here is another investigative article on the voting fraud allegations from factcheck: ” http://www.factcheck.org/2013/01/voting-conspiracies/
            “Voting Conspiracies

            By Lori RobertsonPosted on January 17, 2013”

            These are the most respected fact checkers in the country. If you have evidence they are lying, or their sources are lying, I welcome you to present that evidence. Put up or shut up.

          • Joel W

            Well I don’t trust your fact checkers. I am local to Philly, and I don’t give a damn what Snopes (not trust worthy, they say Sandy Hook actually happened) says, there were multiple precincts reported over 100% to Obama (things can be whitewashed after the fact). As for Salon, not trustworthy in any way, and neither is the Bush administration of any Justice Department. I cannot believe you are actually believing this crap put out by the paid liars in government. There are people doing prison time for voter fraud. That is a fact. So the fact that at least one person is in prison for it, means it is going on. Are you that naive? And none of this changes the fact that the reason for the push for electronic voting (the whole hanging chad crap in FL in 2000 was totally staged managed to push for electronic) was so that votes can be changed at will (a foreign corp owns the software, and Soros has has evil hands in there too, or did at one point). Evidence that the government is lying. Are you serious? Um how about that it is government and that is their job. Damn go drink the Koolaid. Oh, and if there is no voter fraud, why is the DNC looking into improprieties in the Iowa caucus the other night? Hilary must be innocent of it. Her of her minions would never cheat.

          • dale ruff

            Your response is as expected: a source is only as good as its sources. You have provided not evidence of distortions. I give up. You are hopeless.

          • Joel W

            Because I don’t trust the government as a source for legitimate information I am hopeless? Are you kidding me? I’m glad you give up because I feel sorry for you being so willing to accept the lies of government and media. But what do I know, I’m a hopeless idiot that questions the government. I know George Bush and the Justice Dept, and childish rags like Salon and CIA sponsored sites like Snopes are trustworthy, but that’s just me being hopeless. Maybe do a little research about people in prison for voter fraud. Should take you exactly one minute to find out that there are people in prison for voter fraud. As for me providing any info, remember you are the one who replied to me at first, and then come spewing governmental “facts” and figures and present them as gospel. Because as we all know the government never lies. Now if you are too lazy to look into any of the many things I stated to you, well that’s on you. I’m not doing your research for you. And again, none of this changes the fact that voter fraud or not, people should refuse to vote, which was my original point before you and your Snopes/Salon/Bush admin BS distracted me.

          • dale ruff

            To dismiss everything government sources say is as absurd as believing every source. All sources must be critically assessed based on motive (if there is no motive to deceive, there is no cause to dismiss), reliability of data, and other sources which confirm. In other words, it takes developed critical thinking skills, which you may not have. I have a world class education with top scholars in political science…..so I trust my instincts and my ability to separate out the BS from the truth.

            As for urging people not to vote, that objectively helps the Republicans….so if that is your goal, I understand.

          • Joel W

            If nobody votes how does that help one party over the other? There is always a motive behind everything the government does. Your alleged world class education (which means exactly nothing to me, because degrees don’t mean a damn thing). And how can you assume to know that I have zero critical thinking? Because I doubt everything the government says? Because I THINK about things and don’ believe what the government tells me? Or the media? If you think that some study commissioned by the Bush Admin (the 9/11 report was oh so truthful, and what about those WMDs that never existed) is accurate in any way and somehow that makes you a critical thinker, then words have no meaning. The Bush Admin had every reason to suppress the truth (again, Florida and the hanging chads ring a bell?). Now as for your so-called critical thinking, you failed to address almost every point I made as to why I don’t trust the election process. So how am I not a critical thinker (whatever that really means. Like hero, is meaningless these days) when I have laid out my entire reasoning for my beliefs and you fail to address most and resort to simple insults (again, real critical thinking. I can see your “world class” education is really paying off).

          • dale ruff

            You are misstating the issue: it’s not if NO ONE votes, a completely absurd assumption, but what the effect of discouraging voting. What happens when voter turn out is low?

            The answer is that Republicans benefit. With high voter turnout,Democrats and progressives benefit.

            Your claim that degrees don’t mean a thing would lead you to go to your neighbor for medical treatment instead of a doctor, to your brother-in-law to handle your legal problems instead of an attorney.

            You cannot be taken seriously. My parents had only 8th grade educations but were able to put all 3 children thru college. I had fellowships at UC
            Berkeley and Harvard, the top public and private universities in the world based on accomplishments of graduates and faculty.

            You are obviously whining about sourg grapes. Educate yourself at:
            http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/08/28/republicans-admit-voter-id-laws-are-aimed-at-democratic-voters.html

            http://cacs.org/research/effect-voter-turnout-political-polarization/

            http://america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2015/3/progressives-need-to-stop-looking-for-a-hero.html

            “”If everybody in this country voted,” the economist John Kenneth Galbraith said, “the Democrats would be in for the next 100 years.” There is strong evidence to support his claim. A 2007 study by Jan Leighley and Jonathan Nagler found that nonvoters are more economically liberal than voters, preferring government health insurance, easier union organizing and more federal spending on schools. Nonvoters preferred Barack Obama to Mitt Romney by 59 percent to 24 percent, while likely voters were split 47 percent for each, according to a 2012 Pew Research Center poll. Nonvoters are far less likely to identify as Republican,”

            “Weyrich is widely regarded as the “founding father of the conservative movement.” He founded ALEC and co-founded the Heritage Foundation, Moral Majority, Council for National Policy, and Free Congress Foundation, among others. Speaking more than 30 years ago at a right-wing conference in Dallas, Weyrich set out the case for voter suppression.

            “”I don’t want everybody to vote. Elections are not won by a majority of people. They never have been from the beginning of our country, and they are not now. As a matter of fact our leverage in the elections quite candidly goes up as the voting populace goes down.” – See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/i-dont-want-everybody-vote#sthash.0p0sq3Nx.dpuf

            You lack of formal education is no excuse for ignorance or claiming that degrees mean nothing.

          • Joel W

            How can I be misstating the issue when I posted the original comment. The issue I started was that what would happen if literally nobody voted. The establishment would have no idea what to do. Now as for your issue that you brought up (not the original discussion) that low voter turn out benefits the Republican: so? We had 8 years of Obama and how is that working out? Exactly the same as the 8 years with Bush. And exactly the same as it will the next forever because Democrat/Republican/Socialist/Independent/Liberal/Conservative/Libertarian/Whatever does not matter one iota because they ALL serve the same masters.

  • FiverPrometheus

    Number one : wake up as many people as possible any way you can…

  • Truthsetsyoufree

    I already do 7 of these things.

  • BanishedJester

    Thank you as always AP.

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl * ben-‘Adam

    “The veil of materialism divides and cuts off God from the soul.”

    • Dr Gordon Freeman

      Since whatever god you believe in is a delusion, you are more a tool of the elite than you realize.

      • yEshUA ImmAnUEl * ben-‘Adam

        LOL

      • Louis Charles

        “whatever god”???? I believe the Scriptures defines pretty clearly of the Creator. And the New Testament: of the Holy Trinity make-up of said Deity. You may call the testimony of the folks who wrote the Bible “delusional” if you like, but that aside, please explain to us all how Christian theology’s (not the Roman or Anglican Church divine Right of Kings crappola, mind you), non-aggression-policy (as the Libertarian Party “borrowed” from Ayn Rand) helps the “elite” with their New World Order “prison planet” illuninati ideal… where they think they are our gods. In fact, the complete opposite. Acts 5:29, Galatians 5:1 Doc… Do you believe we are “alone” on this whirling rock?

        • dale ruff

          What if the bible is a trick of he Devil? How can you tell? I have a better idea: view people by their actual conduct, not their dogmatic assertions and beliefs. We do not need scripture or temples, only a kind heart and compassion.

          • Joan Camara

            Do you have a soul? How about good and evil….believe in those?

        • billy a

          “Scriptures”???
          The Second Synod [church council] of Constantinople in 553
          A.D. deleted from the Bible Jesus’s references to “reincarnation”—
          an important concept to Jesus and his early followers.
          Later, the Lateran Councils of the 12th century added a tenet
          to the Bible that was never taught by Jesus: the concept
          of the “Holy Trinity.
          “The Holy Trinity” look up a myth from Ancient Babylon…Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz It has the father reborn as the son and even has the virgin birth thrown in.
          Not sure if the men who wrote the Bible were “delusional” but i would have no trust in the narcissistic power hungry sociopaths who put it together.
          When powerfull people get together and tell you ” this is the truth” don’t take it as Gospel.

          • Louis Charles

            Where did you get the info regarding reincarnation? Which Apostle(s) supposedly reported Jesus metioning it? What evidence do you offer regardng pre-553 NT Scripture mentioning it?

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl * ben-‘Adam

    Matthew 22:
    36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
    37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

  • Sean Caron

    I would add GROW YOUR OWN DAMN FOOD and Stop participating in CON Summer ism

    • dale ruff

      Peasants for thousands of years could barely survive (dying at 35) by working 12 hrs a day and producing their own food. To yell people to grow their own food is to embrace a reality that does not exist. Many can grow a part of their own food……but for most, what you smuggly scream out is not possible. A carpenter who buys food for his family is hardly an irrational consumer, any more than a farmer who hires a carpenter to build a new garage. To grow you own food requieres what only a tiny fraction have: fertile land, ample water, long days in good health to labor. Americans are the most overworked people in the advanced world. Asking them to put in hours of hard labor after working all day is just unrealistic. Grow what you can and buy organic and switch to a plant-based diet…….and thank the farmers who work hard to provide you with food.

  • Robert Charest

    Number 1 is Number 1 🙂

  • selfgovern

    I agree with every point – another point – try to support local mom and pop shops as best you are able. Like Natural Groceries (viatmin cottage) they do not allow gmo products in their stores.
    Thumbs down : Monsanto, big pharma and all top down enslavement agencies – fbi, cia,dhs, tsa, atf, fema, cops…perhpas someday mankind will be able to self govern.
    just say ‘no’ to elite edict.

    • Louis Charles

      I have an innovative way of breeding and riasing hogs, which is protected under the First Amendment… suffice it to say Codex Alimentarius will NEVER be touching any of these swine. The slop I feed them, however, will never be able to fully filtered out. I have to work on that………. Any suggestions, SG?

  • cahonaz

    All valid points but the one way we can change EVERYTHING, the one way we can finally de-couple from the leeching clutches of the power elite cabal. Without activism, protests and marches, is to spread the word about true direct democracy.
    With the ability for every voter to vote (electronically) on ALL major issues we the people will have our nations, our lives and out futures in our control.
    Democracy hasn’t completed its natural evolution from allowing women to vote then minorities and natives etc. The conclusion of this evolution is when we all vote several times annually on all major issues.
    This will change everything and the next natural progression is watching politics, that massive waste of time, energy and money, the diversion which unnecessarily keeps us divided, vanish back into oblivion where it belongs.
    We did not evolve to be left wing or right wing, we are a global family cleverly played off against each other and baited by the main stream media to keep us fighting and arguing among ourselves over things that really do not matter.
    All that matters are the issues we need to solve, one way or another via a majority decision, to enable us to live the lives we dream. We can do that ourselves via education and debate and the vote.
    Our so-called leaders have failed us and the tables have now turned with the power elite calling all the shots (TPP, TTIP etc). We are no longer represented yet we elect and pay the tab for it all.
    Technology is now on our side and we can rid ourselves of this mess via true direct democracy.

    Yes it will take a while to get used to but it will force us to change our ways and to discuss the very issues with our family, friends and colleagues. We can do this without fear of divulging which ‘party’ you will vote for because politics will no longer be required. The only ideology is your own and you express it through your vote.

    The complexion of our representatives will change because without corruptible ‘power’, the positions will attract the kind of people who truly care about being guardians of democracy.

    Please research direct democracy, talk about it, write to your ‘representatives’ about it and demand it. Once enough of us demand it they will have to implement it.

    This ladies and gentlemen, is the KEY to our true freedom. With direct democracy we will be truly free and enjoy the prosperity we ourselves create, for the only true prosperity of a nation is that which we the people create through our labours and endeavours.

    Thank you!

  • Julie “rOZZ” Detavernier

    How about refreshing our facebook posts once in a while as so people get to see them in their feed…..

  • mj

    to end it all is to realize field farming is an experiment in population. to realize what they grow and sell us is a drug. all carbs n dairy are drugged poison. its the 7% solution. all the world was covered in 200ft forest and jungle before zion came. where zion goes farming and deserts follow!

  • Joan Camara

    Yes, high fructose corn syrup is in a majority of everything in the grocery store. Would like to tell ya my story. I stopped drink all milk, even skim and lowfat. Then I stopped eating or drinking everything, unless it was organic. I went from 175lbs at 5’4, and rising….to 125lbs..and feeling and looking sooo much better! Everyone commented on my weight loss, and how I looked. Bad side to it? Had to buy a whole new wardrobe, lol, but it was worth it! I spread the word now, and also tell people, pay for organics, or pay a doctor in the long run. Also, there are some organic companies in bed with Monsanto (monsatan, I call them). Research, and sign up for organic newsletters…and soon you’ll be tooo healthy to go back to your old ways. As for the aspertame, it’s in ALL gum today. And of course, in diet sodas. Well it used to be, when I used to drink it, years ago…

    • Cat411

      Congratulations on your weight loss! I understand your wardrobe dilemma; I lost 80 lbs not long ago and had to buy a whole new wardrobe. Dangit! (Kidding!!) It feels great!

      It’s hard to find organic around where I live, plus when I do find it, the cost is higher. Can you tell me if there are any major stores that sell organic (non-Monsatan)?

    • Louis Charles

      Now the important questions: ARE YOU MARRIED? ARE YOU CHRISTIAN? lol

      • Joan Camara

        Yes, on both counts…sorry…keep lookin, and good luck. 🙂

        • Louis Charles

          Tell your husband I said to take good care of you!

          • Joan Camara

            write me…joanofark06 at gmail

          • Louis Charles

            I did.

          • Louis Charles

            see your email inbox

    • drbhelthi

      it has worsened.
      Congrats for discontinuing the nerve poison, aspartame. You are probably aware of several natural extracts that remove poisons from the body, such as EDTA, modified citrus pectin, and extracts from pomgranate.

      • Joan Camara

        No, not really. Haven’t seen those in any of my organics.

    • Joan Camara

      Cat411….I got an email with your question on my comment above, but I can’t find where you asked the question on here, so I’m hoping you read this. Organics are becoming more and more acceptable, and wanted by the public. More grocery stores are putting them in, and would you believe, even Walmart? They have a few, like some of the grocery stores, but if you look hard enough, right there in the canned beans section, or the rice section or the boxes of mac and cheese, etc etc…is your box, or bag, or can of an organic product. I have been to this grocery store, or that grocery, and have found, yesss..this store has that organic product. Not all stores have the same product in organics, so visit a different one each time you go shopping, and soon, you’ll know who has what in organics. Now, one day, I visited a Harris Teeter. Had never been there in years, because they were out of my way when it came to buying groceries. But one day I went…and was flabbergasted!! They had just about EVERY product that I wanted…in organic! Now, I won’t go anywhere else, but when I do go to my other grocery stores, I know what they have already, but sometimes, I’m surprised that they have something new in organics. So look well in yours, make sure to buy your fruits in vegetables in organics, because the regular ones have been sprayed with many chemicals (pesticides). And I REALLY hope you find a HARRIS TEETER! Their the BOMB! lol (What? I can’t say “bomb” in a comment?? Here they come!! aaaaaahhhh…

  • drbhelthi

    Yes. Even commanding the international, mercenary, proxy army ISIL.
    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/07/11/hack-of-netanyahu-chief-of-staff-shows-israeli-control-of-isis/

    • John Cook

      They created it.

  • Louis Charles

    Dr. L was a ground-breaker exposing Codex Alimentarius… a major part of Agenda 21. She is on my “bucket list” of people I need to meet in person to thank…….

    • Sean Caron

      Dr Laibow is great, This household loves her and yes she is very knowledgeable about what is going on. It was a pleasure to interview her

      • Louis Charles

        Is she back living in America?

  • AtomicMetroid

    Good advice.
    and if you must buy something make sure it isn’t made in Israel

  • lzman49

    How about giving up your cell phone? Every time you use it you are eradiating your brain which could eventually lead to brain cancer. You are also being tracked every where you go when you carry it. I have never had a cell phone and get along just fine.

  • StarFireWarriorPrincess

    I WANT to share my success story with you in relation to this article.
    I came down with debilitating physical conditions that were eventually labeled Fibromyalgia. I lived on many medications for years.
    Then, I started to read and began to clean up my act as a human.
    Everything that I allowed to cross my lips had become suspect.
    I purified my food intake, stopped using cosmetics, ditched the soaps, shampoos, etc… I had my mouth rebuilt and the mercury fillings removed. I put on a water filtration system. There’s lots more, but you get the idea.
    My doctor got into the spirit of things and wrote scripts for high powered vitamins. Then, I discovered alkaline water.
    TWO MONTHS, YES JUST TWO SHORT MONTHS AFTER THIS PROTOCAL, MY FIBRO SUBSIZED AND I FELT LIKE A REASONABLY HEALTHY HUMAN BEING AGAIN. I was able to back off my meds.
    Conclusion: Please believe every word of this article. Clean up your food and fluid intake. Stay inside on heavy chemtrail days. Avoid crowds. Create a mental shield around you. Never let anything bad get to you.
    It’s been one heII of a duel. But after years of suffering, I have finally won my life back from the bas*urds who seek to destroy us in so many, many ways.

  • bv

    Looking at the headline, I’m like “oh no, another controlled dufus with all the answers” – but then when I started reading, it was almost like reading my own thoughts. Question authority.

  • “Healthcare workers, if you don’t like being involved in a system that seriously injures or kills numerous patients with medicines supported by a medical/pharmaceutical establishment that puts profits over genuine welfare concern then walk away.” This suggestion makes so much sense when not taking into account that “walking away” means homelessness and starvation and on and on and on. Great idea that just isn’t feasible in a monetized world!

  • sidearm45 .

    Why don’t you just announce some new religious cult that hates everything. Live in a monastery in Tibet or something. I’m not totally discounting what you say but at the same time you sound like Bible pounding preachers. The type that says send in all your money. Don’t consume. So there is more for everyone else. Don’t join the military. You might learn some combat skills that would be a threat to the NWO. Some of your proposals are right on and some are off the wall.

  • Joel W

    Again with your assumptions. I do not support any wars of aggression ever. And war crimes are war crimes. Treason is treason. There are no levels to quantify either.

  • tom6u6602

    I just don’t understand the anti-vaccination bandwagon. The major study on the relation between MMR and autism has been proven to be falsified. The developing world finally has access to vaccinations that might help challenge the dominant global powers. Literally millions of lives – even in the west – are saved every year by vaccinations.
    Vaccinations could make you “seriously ill, brain-damaged or even dead”, but the alternative is millions more dead? Even the CDC admits they’re not 100% effective and there will be cases of allergic reactions, sometimes serious. But does that mean we should shun all modern medecine?

  • Filip Sandor

    This article was clearly written by someone who has no grasp of reality, job security, medicine or what the NWO is and how to defeat it. Then again, this is coming through an Alex Jones style website that focuses more on selling books and products, hundreds of them, than informing.

  • Hugo Spinoso

    question everything and demand verifiable proof, then respond accordingly, but then again this might not be enough, since you can simply be ignored while the system continues to gain control by other means and eventualy make the things you question irrelevant, so the most important seems to be, to never let goverment or corporations to gain enough power as to do what they want and to try and keep up the power in balance, in more practical terms as to what are the problems in the 21st centurey is to achieve selfsusteinability trough renwable energies and other technologies that will allow you to break the centralized control.

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