“It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours, that we are fighting, but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself”.
~ Declaration of Arbroath, Scotland, April 6, 1320
By Catherine Austin Fitts
I like to look down the road to see the risks rising so I can deal with them before they are “in my face.” So, I invited Jon Rappoport to join me this Thursday night to look ahead and to talk about how we can protect and ensure our personal freedoms.
Globally, citizens are dealing with the steady “drip, drip, drip” of centralized control and limited freedoms. During 2016, America is being entertained by candidates punching holes in the official story: vaccines cause autism, common core should be cancelled, and the official story on 911 is hooey. It feels good. However, once the election is over, we are likely in for a new wave of mandates to destroy personal health, educational and financial freedom just as changes from a wave of new technology is accelerating.
So, we need to start thinking about how we can assert and protect our freedoms in the current environment:
- How will we avoid paying for health care insurance and educational systems which are not life-giving or productive?
- How will we protect our children from unnecessary vaccines and student loans?
- How will we stay financially viable?
As more people “just say no” we will see more options open up for all of us. Ultimately, the revolution is in the hearts and minds of the people. And the people who can assert the rule of law are all of us.
The government and the establishment are flagrantly violating the basic laws of the US Constitution in a manner which is causing millions to lose their lives, their property and their hope (both in the United States and globally). It is essential lift the veils of secrecy and act to shift things — for ourselves, our families and our wider communities.
Whatever you are prepared to do now and in 2017, you would be well advised to prepare and to decide. There is no one better than Jon Rappoport to help us do that!
In Let’s Go to the Movies, we’ll take a look at the The Big Short, the story of the hedge fund operators who made a fortune on the collapse of America’s housing bubble and the global economy in 2007-2008.
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