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Written by Darius Shahtahmaseb Donald Trump’s decision to ring in the New Year by simultaneously demonizing both Iran and Pakistan on Twitter has already backfired tremendously. Following threats that the U.S. would withhold aid to Pakistan, the U.S. confirmed it would withhold $255 million in aid (which has now become $900 million) and is now reportedly threatening a roughly $2 billion more, as

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I do not support war.  Everyone should work towards stopping wars in 2018.  It’s barbaric and inhumane. It starts with a thought.  Changing our way of thinking can only come through re-evaluating what we believe and know.  This video hits the nail on the head. Please share this post with people you know! Be the

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Americans have been programmed to fight amongst themselves along partisan political lines, always pointing the finger at the other side of the phony left-right paradigm. Divide and conquer is the broad tactic being used to keep people from recognizing, focusing on, and targeting the truly diabolical agents in our world who hold real power over

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Pollution! It’s a trendy but gloomy word designating something most people try to avoid contributing to, but not many folks realize what causes it and how it affects them. by Catherine J. Frompovich Humans and technology are the primary contributors to ALL pollution, either inadvertently or deliberately. Manufacturing processes; obtaining raw materials and resources (mining

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Phil Schneider used to work for the government and was involved in the construction of Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMB bases). In talks given in 1995, he said that there were 129 active deep military bases in America and two more under construction, He confirmed (at that time) that there existed a minimum of two underground

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Dr. John Coleman was one of the the first writers to bring the world’s attention to the existence The Tavistock Institute.  He penned a book called, “The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations: Shaping the Moral, Cultural, Political, and Economic Decline of the United States of America. The book is stunning in the new knowledge that

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