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Deep State, Shadow Government and Population Control
Healthy newborn babies and sick vaccinated newborn babies
As California Goes, So Goes the Nation – Agenda 21 and the 5G Weapons System
June 7, 2018 Grindall61 Globalism 0
Gavin Newsom is expected to become the next Governor of California, which is the most populous state in the US with almost 40 million people that often sets trends for the rest of the country. Newsom is a globalist who plans to follow the United Nations’ Agenda 21 scheme that will plunge California deeper into tyranny with policies that include: getting rid of cars, expansion of mass transit trains and buses, and housing built near transit rails. Newsom’s futuristic plans are dependent upon the 5G weapons system that is being prepared for rollout. Both Newsom, a Democrat, and his opponent, John Cox, who is a Republican, support UN Agenda 21. Gary Gileno, the producer and narrator of this video report, will be one of the presenters at the upcoming Red Pill Expo, in Spokane, Washington, June 201-23. Learn about it here.
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Coming to Australia following planned Agenda 21 implementation
Aussie Truckie in a Pub
My mum used to cut chicken, chop eggs and spread butter on bread on the same cutting board with the same knife and no bleach, but we didn't seem to get food poisoning.
Our school sandwiches were wrapped in wax paper in a brown paper bag, not in ice pack coolers, but I can't remember getting e. Coli Almost all of us would have rather gone swimming in the lake or at the beach instead of a pristine pool (talk about boring), no beach closures then.
We all took PE ..... And risked permanent injury with a pair of Dunlop sandshoes instead of having cross-training athletic shoes with air cushion soles and built in light reflectors that cost as much as a small car. I can't recall any injuries but they must have happened because they tell us how much safer we are now.
We got the cane for doing something wrong at school, they used to call it discipline yet we all grew up to accept the rules and to honour & respect those older than us. We had 50 kids in our class and we all learned to read and write, do maths and spell almost all the words needed to write a grammatically correct letter......., FUNNY THAT!!
We all said prayers in school irrespective of our religion, sang the national anthem and no one got upset.
Staying in detention after school caught all sorts of negative attention we wish we hadn’t got.
I thought that I was supposed to accomplish something before I was allowed to be proud of myself. I just can't recall how bored we were without computers, Play Station, Nintendo, X-box or 270 digital TV cable stations. We weren't!!
Oh yeah ... And where was the antibiotics and sterilisation kit when I got that bee sting? Could I have been killed!
We played “King of the Hill” on piles of gravel left on vacant building sites and when we got hurt, mum pulled out the 2/6p bottle of iodine and then we got our backside spanked. Now it's a trip to the emergency room, followed by a 10 day dose of antibiotics and then mum calls the lawyer to sue the contractor for leaving a horribly vicious pile of gravel where it was such a threat.
To top it off, not a single person I knew had ever been told that they were from a dysfunctional family. How could we possibly have known that?
We never needed to get into group therapy and/or anger management classes. We were obviously so duped by so many societal ills, that we didn't even notice that the entire country wasn't taking Prozac!
How did we ever survive
Awaken from your slumber dear trusting Australians!
Megan and 3 others manage the membership and posts for CAPU - Civil Australian Politics - Uncensored. The reason people dont see a need for vaccinations is because vaccinations stopped the diseases that made people seek a vaccination cure. If you dont know about polio or german measles look it up. Measles in adults is not deadly and highly contagious. Chicken pox no small matter either. If you dont want vax go and live in India. They are rife with diseases but you wont get your imagined effects from vax.
or come on look up - no actually go back to sleep - your waisting my time even replying
Vaccine Fraud Jon Rappoport
yes i watched david - fking joke - thank god my children are old enough and the can't hold me to ransom
If You Think Your Kid's Vaccines are Safe, DON'T Watch This!
These Vaccines Are Not Needed and Potentially Dangerous!
You that think it should be well give it to your children right - and let the ones that eat right - don't drink the contaminated water and food get it - from the people your government shipped in here at night when you where asleep
Wendy Wyatt3 years ago
These Vaccines Are Not Needed and Potentially Dangerous! Exactly! I have researched the dangers of vaccines primarily using Government Documents and the blatant disregard for the potential critical and even fatal SideEffects far out weigh the possible but not probable severe sideEffects of the childhood disease with most vaccines! BigPharma makes the vaccines
BigPharma recommend the vaccines to government, who pay millions of dollars to BigPharma whenever they tell our government they have a new vaccine and millions of children need it, so multiply the $$ per shot X (n) millions, and they need booster shots so double it!
Laurie Aston thank you
Laurie Aston You that think it should be well give it to your children right - and let the ones that eat right - don't drink the contaminated water and food get it - from the people your government shipped in here at night when you where asleep
Laurie Aston Megan
- Global agenda - is running out of time - people are waking up ,, time you did !!! the CULLING process has been full steam ahead for years - you still cook in Aluminium no probably not - drink fluoride - eat the weat from the gmo seeds , and the list go on bahahaha
i bet you still go to the doctor and take what ever he tells you to don't you megan
7 trillion people world wide - they want to reduce that by 5 - if there is no wars how do you think they will achieve that - let's say over the next 12 years till agenda 2030 - i'll answer that question culling from the top down - they have already started spending that money hoping most won't live that long -once a sustainable level //: or let's not go to far forward - check out Gmo
check out chemtrails
check out vaccines
and the list goes on
i like to see - the masses wake up about the real agenda of deleting the christian faith - ( just a godly thing ( good v evil ) the attack has been going on for that long that it's excepted to the point governments steer people to separate and divide families -
looks like megan deleted her comment
Indeed the globalist collectivist agenda is on target since the French revolution and the great reserve bank cartel swindle. Unfortunately the Oz general populus is generally even more naive and politio trusting than the Europeans and the Americans. Our present Oz government has become enslaved to a very devious agenda. So folks like us are trying to instill some common sense and information into the greater deceptions.
UN-Globalist Collectivism and Political Disclosure
The Globalist Climate Change Agenda 'Freedom Force International ' Forum
Laurie Aston no she still there - tony i've seen them all 3 times love your work - i can find them to repost quick enough , you've do well , but megan won't watch them
Megan might use her own discernment, once she has more information to analyse the issues.
well done Tony - possibly - let's be positive a hope she tells one other
Megan and 3 others manage the membership and posts for CAPU - Civil Australian Politics - Uncensored. Your both fools and both vaccinated no doubt because of your age. Go and work in hospitals in countries were polio etc is still rampant. Your ignorance unfortunately cant be fixed by a vaccine.
if the vetting process was done correctly and it's not that would be stopped at the boarder vaccinate all that come in - not I - no no no
Vaccines are great. GMO's are great. If you dont want to be forced to consume them thats cool.
Megan BillingtonMegan and 3 others manage the membership and posts for CAPU - Civil Australian Politics - Uncensored.
The best argument for not vaccinating is the fact you two boomers wouldnt be HERE to spread your rubbish. You were vaccinated and protected by herd immunity. Dont vaccinate your children and grandchildren or great grandchildren PLEASE.
or hello - and a half a dozen of my friends children would be normal to - wake up to yours self and read the stats
Christina Taber Wester
Still taking medical advice from the American Academy of Pediatrics??? Check out this brilliance...
Breastfeeding is the "gateway drug" for homeschooling and becoming one of those dreaded anti vaxers! One can only hope!!!
The original article from the AAP is literally insane. ⤵️ This photo is Parents Magazine’s summary.
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Is Truth dead?
Our postmodern culture strives to convince us that there is no such thing as objective truth and that no religious truth claim is better than any other. In this session, Ravi Zacharias examines the issues of truth in our society, demonstrating the necessity and existence of objective truth as foundational to the Christian message and all of life.
Educational Political Indoctrination
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Deep State Anti-Globalist Pressure
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
Trump’s Backtrack on Summit Comments Shows Power of Intel Agencies
Written by Steve Byas
“The sentence should have been, ‘I don’t see any reason why I wouldn’t, or why it wouldn’t be Russia,” instead of ‘why it would’ [be Russia],” President Donald Trump lamely said Tuesday, backtracking on his remarks made during a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In his original remarks, Trump expressed confidence in the American intelligence agencies who have insisted that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election, but then added that he did not know why it “would be Russia” that did the meddling. Trump’s original remarks were met with a flurry of condemnation, even by many Republicans and even some of Trump’s stronger allies in the media.
Speaking to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow a few days before Trump was sworn in, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) warned Trump that he was being “really dumb” for picking a fight with intelligence officials. Schumer suggested that they have many ways to strike back, after the president-elect speculated that his “briefing” about Russian cyberattacks had been delayed in order to build a case.
“Let me tell you: You take on the intelligence community — they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you,” Schumer said, after intelligence sources told NBC news that the briefing had not been delayed. Apparently, one of the six ways is to strike back at an incoming president by leaking to a news organization known to be unfriendly to Trump.
The lesson is clear — presidents come and go, but the “intelligence community” cannot be questioned, lest the questioner be branded as unpatriotic, or even treasonous.
Before World War II and the Cold War, the United States had only a limited intelligence “community,” which is to be expected in a free society. “Secret police” were historically associated with repressive regimes such as Napoleon’s France, Czarist Russia, the Soviet Union, and Nazi Germany, but not free societies such as America. During World War II, “intelligence” became more important, and the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was born.
The need for the gathering of information during wartime is obvious, but even then, there is the danger that such agencies can expand beyond that role and do more than simply provide information to elected leaders. For example, Frank Dorn, in his book Walkout with Stilwell, wrote that General Joseph Stilwell directed officers of the OSS to make contingency plans to assassinate Chiang Kai-shek, the head of state of our wartime ally, China.
As World War II ended, and the Cold War with the Soviet Union began, there was growing pressure to create a peacetime foreign intelligence-gathering organization. Historian Robert Dallek has written, “The fear generated by competition with a nation like the USSR, which had elevated control of every aspect of society to a science, encouraged the belief in the United States that it desperately needed military might and counterespionage by agencies that could outdo the Soviet spymasters.”
There were concerns expressed that such an agency may eventually be too difficult for even a president to control, but as Dallek added, “But to resist the agency’s creation seemed close to treason.” Or, as Trump has discovered, even to question their findings.
Even President Harry Truman’s reluctance in creating the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was overcome. Years later, he expressed his frustration at what the CIA had become: “It was not intended to be a ‘Cloak and Dagger’ outfit! It was intended merely as a center for keeping the President informed on what was going on in the world.” Truman told biographer Merle Miller that the creation of the CIA “was a mistake. If I had known what was going to happen, I never would have done it.… It’s become a government all of its own and all secret … that’s a very dangerous thing in a democratic society.”
President John F. Kennedy was even blunter when he said, not long before his November 1963 assassination, that he wanted to “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.”
The CIA was sold as a tool to counter to the Soviet Union, our great enemy that was attempting to spread communism across the globe. Yet, President Barack Obama’s director of the CIA was John Brennan, who had voted for the Communist Party candidate for president, Gus Hall, in 1976. The U.S. Communist Party was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Moscow, and yet Brennan, who voted for that party’s candidate for president, had the audacity to question the patriotism of those who work for Trump, and even to accuse Trump of being guilty of treason!
How could Trump possibly question the conclusions of an intelligence community that has grown beyond just the CIA to include other spy agencies such as the NSA? Perhaps it is because some of its leaders have been shown be to be wrong in their conclusions. And in some cases, their conclusions may be deliberately misleading.
When former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was asked by a Senate committee, “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions, or hundreds of millions of Americans?” Clapper replied, “No sir,” adding, “not wittingly.”
Later, when it was demonstrated that Clapper had lied, under oath, to Congress, he admitted that his testimony was “the least untruthful” statement he could make. Since that time, Clapper has appeared on cable TV, arguing that Trump had lied in saying that there was surveillance of Trump Tower carried out under President Obama. We now know that intelligence agencies did spy on candidate and later, President-elect Trump.
The failures of the American intelligence community, whether through outright duplicity or gross incompetence, are legendary. Among the more notorious are the Bay of Pigs fiasco. The intelligence community failed to predict the Tet offensive by the North Vietnamese in 1968, the Yom Kippur War in 1973, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, and the 9/11 attacks in 2001.
In August 1978, just six months before the shah of Iran was forced to escape the country, the CIA had confidently stated, “Iran is not in a revolutionary or even a pre-revolutionary situation.”
And, of course, there was the assertion concerning Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. In October 2002, an intelligence estimate even concluded that Iraq was on the verge of developing a nuclear weapon. (In this case, there are indications that the Bush administration ignored all intelligence reports that this might not be the case).
With a record like that, it is reasonable for an American president to question the veracity of reports that Russia attempted to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, especially when the intelligence “community” is so openly antagonistic to the president.
Ned Ryun, CEO of American Majority, appearing with Tucker Carlson in July 2017, summed up the problem when he spoke of the attitude of the intelligence agencies: “I think that they have decided they are the ones calling the shots. They feel they don’t have to listen to Trump.”
Carlson agreed: “We give enormous power and huge budgets to our intelligence agencies. And to see the information they gather secretly used for political purposes domestically is a total perversion.”
It is a total perversion — of the U.S. Constitution. But as can be seen in Trump’s punishment by “friend” and foe alike, and his subsequent back-tracking, it is a reality.
Photo: AP Images
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