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Enforcing a Sustainable Tyranny Requires the Government to Mislead People. The Public is Easily Controlled Using Today’s Government Run Mass-Media Misinformation Matrix. The threat of global warming has become a means to enforce a sustainable tyranny upon the people, their land, their industries and their way of life. Global warming is no longer an idea

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The Government Has Created a Dangerous Homeland Security by Manipulating Fear in Its Citizens.  A dangerous homeland security starts with fear.  The United States government has capitalized on the fear of terrorism in order to gain full and complete control of its citizens.  By instilling this fear, the government is able to make citizens believe

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The 2002 Corporate Scandals That Rocked Wall Street Were Manufactured Events by the New World Order Elite to Convince Us We Needed More Government Control. A wave of 2002 corporate scandals stunned the nation as major corporations like Tyco, Kmart, Halliburton, and Adelphia crippled the market and faced extinction. After the Enron scandal paved the

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The 1940 Presidential Election Spawned Manipulative, Need-To-Know Leadership. The 1940 presidential election candidates for President and Vice President, respectively, were Democrats Franklin D. Roosevelt and Henry Wallace, against Wendell Willkie and Charles McNary. Prior to the campaign, one of the issues was whether Roosevelt would respect the two-term tradition, as had prior presidents. Having been

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The 1872 Election Changed Politics. Many People do Not Know That Even Way Back in the Day, Politicians Were as Crooked as Ever & Elections Were Just as Corrupt. The 1872 presidential election was won by Ulysses S. Grant in a landslide. During this election and continuing to this day, there were allegations of undue

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Is the 1776 American Revolution Doomed to Repeat Itself? The 1776 American Revolution War, also known as the War of Independence, was a result of disputes between the 13 newly formed colonies of America and King George III of Great Britain.  While John Dickinson of the Second Continental Congress tried to reconcile differences with King

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