The Blunt Message is good people saying: hey, freedom loving libertarians, or anti-globalism, or those who reject your SJW BS in our entertainment doesn’t make us bad people or doesn’t identify us all as misogynists/racists/bigots.
For decades the criminality inside the U.S. government was obvious.
I recall twice, discussing how Obama’s regime had reached the point of no return after connecting more international criminals with the White House:
Iceland Just Did The Exact Opposite of What the U.S. Does — It Found 9 Banksters Guilty in Historic Case:
Iceland’s Supreme Court has return a guilty verdict for all nine defendants in the Kaupþing market manipulation case, the court trial for which began in April 2015.
Recall the 2008 crisis, mortgage fraud-closures, and last weeks’ discussions about the so-called “Leaked Panama Papers”, and emergency banking closed door meetings.
The Globalists’ House of Cards…
Is when institutions conjure up visions of the populous not buying products, not showing up for work, withdrawing their assets from the banks, and in other words boycotting institutions where institutions loose all their control due to lack of public support and trust.
That is indeed a nightmare for globalists and their institutions.
The influential power hidden in the shadows of banking, governments, religions, and other elite constructs would panic.
This Is America:
While the corporate mass media and the alternative media are focused on the recent Oregon Militia Shooting, there is another Oregon crisis that goes unnoticed.
The severe homeless crisis in Oregon continues, and it is cold!
To empower military veterans to grow food, communities, and each other.
To end the isolation that leads to suicide and to make sustainable agriculture the norm.
Remember – It is not an Accident, It is Policy.
Of course, a mere forty-five billion dollars is but pocket change, compared to the missing 2.3 trillion dollars former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld announced was missing one day prior to the 9/11 operation. But then, as now, the problem lay with the accounting for the missing funds, and efforts were made in Congress – to little avail – to find out what companies held the contracts to manage the Pentagon’s databases, and where the money was.