Tag: Rights

Mar 26


Millennials. They may not yet be the present, but they’re certainly the future. These young, uninitiated minds will someday soon become our politicians, doctors, scientists, chefs, television producers, fashion designers, manufacturers, and, one would hope, the new proponents of liberty. But are they ready for it? Time after time, particularly on college campuses, millennials have …

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Jun 10


Tyranny is not a wholly definable condition. There are many forms of tyranny and many levels of control that exist in any one society at any given time. In fact, the most despicable forms of tyranny are often the most subtle; the kinds of tyranny in which the oppressed are deluded into thinking that because …

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Jun 08


The official Bilderberg Group website has released the full attendee list and agenda for this year’s conference. As ever, the list of topics to be discussed is so vague as to almost be meaningless. Infowars will have full coverage of Bilderberg’s detailed agenda later today and for the rest of the week. 63rd Bilderberg conference to …

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May 31

The TPP, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Brzezinski

Jon Rappaport There are dots to connect here. They’re real, and they’re spectacular. Let me begin with a brief exchange from a 1978 interview, conducted by reporter Jeremiah Novak. He was speaking with two American members of the Trilateral Commission (TC), a group founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and his intellectual flunkey, Zbigniew Brzezinski. …

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May 27


In neo-feudal America, the financial aristocracy and political elite are judged under a different set of laws By Gerald Celente Neither a conspiracy nor conjecture: By every quantitative measure, 21st century America has degenerated from being the beacon of democracy to a neo-feudal state. From crime and punishment to the vast wealth and income-inequality gap, …

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May 25

Ron Paul: The Case For Truly ‘Free’ Trade

Submitted by Ron Paul via The Mises Institute, With recent DC politicking on both the Export-Import Bank and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, we revisit Ron Paul’s 1981 essay “The Case for Free Trade” which explains the basics of truly free trade:   Although we think of ourselves as a free-trading nation, it takes more than 700 pages …

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May 21

Swizz do Democracy – a model we should emulate

Is Switzerland The Ultimate Safe Haven For Liberty And Wealth? by Claudio Grass via Acting-Man.com Dangerous Freedom versus Peaceful Slavery At Global Gold, I am often asked what we would do if, for example, the US were to come out with a confiscation order. My reply is: We would do nothing whatsoever! Why? Quite simply, …

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May 20

Dr. Andrew Wakefield Conference: Ignite the Truth

  By Heather Callaghan Recently, Dr. Andrew Wakefield spoke at a Moms In Charge event to introduce a new documentary about CDC and vaccine whistleblowers and the consequences of repeated disregard. No one knows how better to handle blowing the whistle than Wakefield himself. His name is synonymous with “discredited” and “debunked” – an oft-repeated …

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May 18

TPP: The dirtiest deal you’ve never heard of

  “The Dirtiest Deal You’ve Never Heard Of”: Obama’s “free trade” agreement will impact every aspect of your life. Here’s why… Crony Capitalism at its Most Fascist: While senators are having trouble making sense of it, corporate interests are passing it around like a Youtube video on Facebook… Big Agriculture’s Big Power Grab? The “Big Three” could end …

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May 16


Washington has failed miserably to isolate Russia Paul Craig Roberts There is much speculation about US Secretary of State John Kerry’s rush visit to Russia in the wake of Russia’s successful Victory Day celebration on May 9. On May 11, Kerry, who was snubbing Russia on the 9th, was on his way to Russia, and …

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