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Statism is Dead – Part 5 – Terrorism, 9/11 and Politics

The word terrorism is notoriously hard to define, for reasons which will become clear in a few minutes. Continue reading

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Reflections And Warnings – An Interview With Aaron Russo

In an historic final interview, filmmaker and music promoter Aaron Russo goes in depth on the insider-knowledge given to him by a member of the Rockefeller family. Russo was told– prior to 9/11– of plans to stage terror attacks, invade foreign nations, and kickstart a high-tech police state control grid that would track the populations’ every move with implantable RFID microchips. Continue reading

SCHOOL SUCKS: I Could Just Murder You (A History of Government on Earth)

A rapid-fire look at the various threats, myths, excuses, promises and threats (again) the power-hungry relied upon throughout history, and how they were mostly laughed into non-existence by an increasingly rational civilization. Continue reading

$2.3 Trillion American Tax Dollars Missing from Pentagon | CBS News (September 10th, 2001)

On September 10th, 2001, Donald Rumsfeld announced that the Pentagon’s budget committee had calculated $2.3 TRILLION in American Tax dollars were missing.
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The Handbook of Human Ownership – A Manual for New Tax Farmers

Hey — seriously – congratulations on your new political post!

If you are reading this, it means that you have ascended to the highest levels of government, so it’s really, really important that you don’t do or say anything stupid, and screw things up for the rest of us….
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Where Does Our Tax Go? (And Avoiding Train Fines)

Host Samuel William shares with you the secrets of the system, not only where our tax goes, but how we can stand up for ourselves.

Plus listen out for a very rare recording of The Queen talking to a Rothschild. Continue reading

You ARE an Anarchist

Host Samuel William compares the definitions of anarchy, monarchy and democracy as well as talking about ‘the gun in the room’ and some of the doublespeak between what we are told to believe and what is real. Continue reading