The United Nations, along with the governments of this globe, are the biggest terrorist organizations on the planet. When you add in the World Health Organization, The World Economic Forum, and all central banks, it looks like we don’t stand a chance. However, they are getting terrified of us and that is becoming obvious.
If they were right, and they knew they had this permanent totalitarian enslavement they want to construct “in the bag” so to speak, then why would the UN need to take down private websites and censor them as “terrorists?” They are desperately struggling to control the narrative right now, meaning we actually stand a chance if more people begin to realize we were born slaves, but we don’t have to die slaves.
The U.N. Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate (CTED) is now responsible for taking entire privately hosted websites offline, as they seek to take total control of the flow of information and establish their “Great Narrative.” Christian from the Ice Age Farmer has a great video on what’s going on:
When large terrorist groups take such drastic measures to prevent the free flow of information, you know they are panicking. People have slowly begun to understand that their rights don’t come from government or rulers or any other person. They come from the creator. They are not more equal than us. We’ve got this, folks. Just stand firm and do not let yourself be ruled.
“As long as the mind is enslaved, the body can never be free.” –Martin Luther King, Jr.
Speaking of censorship
and controlling the
If this pandemic were real, these people wouldn’t need to fight what they call “disinformation” because people would see the pandemic with their own eyes.?
Makes you wonder what
the hell these scum are so
afraid of to be shutting down
private websites under the
false pretense of “terrorism”?
Could it be they’re worried that the ones they’re trying to enslave could learn the truth and rise up against them?
So they want to take things like the Taliban and BLM off line to hinder their terrorist attacks.
What’s the problem with that?
Their makin a list
Their checkin it twice
Their gonna find out whos naughty or nice
Federal Claws is comin to town..
They see you when your sleeping
They see when your awake
They know if you been bad or good so shut up for goodness sake
You better not pout
You better not cry
Just do what your told and never ask why
Federal Claws is comin to town
The NSA is watching
The CIA is too
The FBI is on your trail
Now whatcha gonna do?
Oh you better not pout
You better not cry
Think of fighting back you better not try
Federal Claws is comin to town..
With facial recognition
And cell phone spying too
A database as big as hell
Has all the dirt on you
Oh you better not speak
You better not type
Orwell was completely right
Federal Claws is comin to town….
FEDERAL CLAWS IS COOMMMIINNNNGGG TOOO TOOOOWWWWNNNNNNNNNN!
Thank you people thank you! 🙂
Some lessons in grammar are needed here. Cute little ditty though!
and who is chairman of the United Nations Foundation?
…the same person that financed the Georgia Guidestones. …imo
the same person who has collaborated with Gates and Soros on eugenics endeavors yet never gets mentioned
the same person who is married to America’s biggest commie sympathizer
the same person that founded cnn
Tex took a shot to the chest during a long horsey ride with the Russian.
We are at war, Most sheeple just don’t know they are being slaughtered yet!
I know that going “underground” is not free speech.
Except, talk is cheap. The internet is ephemeral.
I find that any assertive, reproductively-fit person can go to any public event, in the real world, show that he has a pulse, and attract a small following of orders-followers in want of instruction.
Wise. Ephemeral; ‘lasting for a very short time.’
I keep telling people, if you want to protect free speech, you need to protect paper based publishing.
It will be a shame when the inevitable occurs; the rich body of content websites like this deliver, are no longer available online.
What a short sighted poorly planned approach for this website and all the worthy writers and related informational sources to have published everything they have online, not bothering to issue a basic printed magazine with a yearly subscription.
You know it’s entirely easier to gift subscribe someone a magazine you paid for, than it is to convince them to click a link. People are more open to new information in paper printed form than they are when reviwing only digital based mediums of communication.
“The medium of communication is the message.” That is to say, the medium or form of the communication, how the communications are delivered, that drives the content itself.
Just face facts; the principals revolving around ‘publish or perish’ still apply. So Mr Mac Slavo, how does a fellow get all these articles delivered to their door in paper form?
With the advent of such advanced technology which drives nearly nullified cost of internet publishing, there has also been great advances in reduced cost for paper publishing. One no longer needs assistance or help to publish zines and mags. Rather, all one needs is a list of subscribers, subscribers willing to write checks, a network of authors willing to get paid for publishing in the magazine, and basic high volume printing equipment. (Hint, which have been so prolific and now disregarded, people literally give them away online.)
The founding fathers and nearly every paper based subscriber in the past is rolling over in their graves at the notion of the modern news reader being worried about censorship while they simultaneously refuse to use the printing press. Back in the day people lived and died by the press, they literally devoted their entire lives to using and advancing the printing press industry and related mechanical devices. Before that we had these unusual people called scribes and transcribers, whom actually copied entire volumes of information by way of parchment and fountain pen.
The notion that it could all be over if some powerful person a world away pressed a button on the internet…. Publish or perish.
I just reviewed the top and bottom linking buttons on this page. Nope, not a ‘subscribe to our printed magazine’ button in site. If you lose traction, nobody to blame but yourself.
The operational model is easy; Cost of equipment on 5 yr term, double that for likely maintenance costs, plus ink per set volume of mags printed, plus human labor, plus cost to mail, less income sharing as authors are handed cash for their submissions (suggest a fluctuating author payment cost based on subscriber volume). Then open the doors and gain subscribers, solicit and wait. Either subscriber base will grow or it will not. But what would it hurt to try?
Paper is cheap, environmentally sustainable, and less impactful to the environment than ‘ewaste’. Trees and forests are where birds and bees live. Trees and forests, even managed forests specifically meant for paper harvesting, help maintain established nature preserves and act as buffers to old forest and pristine wilderness areas, slowing encroaching development. Here is a hint in case you missed it; technocracy and censorship would not be possible without first moving the people away from paper based communication.
Printed material has been called ephemera, even though it is longer lasting than the digital newscycle. Actually, most people in a breakaway republic need to be involved in some form of productive labor, rather than creating millions of different versions of history.
The united nothings have no more authority over the people than the bribed democrats fraud organization. All counterfeit
Humm.. why now.. The U.N. Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate (CTED) is now responsible for taking entire privately hosted websites offline, as they seek to take total control of the flow of information and establish their “Great Narrative.”? Couple that with the following Global push for a chromosomal gene modifying mRNA DARPA hydrogel embedded with millions of graphene Oxide or Lithium metal programed nanobots to create the OMICRON INDIVIDUAL to have a Zionist Pharmaceutical cellular BARCODE OF LIFE…
The International Barcode of Life (iBOL) Consortium, an alliance of research organizations in 30+ nations, began to lay the foundational elements for a DNA-based identification system for eukaryotes in 2010. By 2015, it had completed its first project, BARCODE 500K, a $125 million effort that delivered DNA barcode coverage for 500,000 species. In June 2019, iBOL launched BIOSCAN, a 7-year, $180 million project that will ascertain species assemblages at 2,000 sites around the planet, while also examining the interactions among the species present at these locations. HELLO ” UN 2045 STAGETIC SOCIAL INITIATIVE.”