Tag Archives: Banker’s wars

Benjamin Freedman 1961; THE MOST IMPORTANT SPEECH EVER MADE

I normally shy away from titles like this. However, if I was asked which one speech would I want everyone in the world to hear, Benjamin Freedman’s speech at the Willard Hotel in Washington in 1961 wins it hands down!    Many people believe 9/11 was the major turning point. Serious as it was I feel the advent of the

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It’s not Russia, China, Iran or North Korea. It’s not terrorism. The real threat is from those telling us this!

It’s not Russia, China, Iran or North Korea. It’s not terrorism. Yes I know. Every day we’re reminded how terror’s just around the corner. What they don’t say is what matters – one is far more likely to be killed by an officer of the law than a terrorist. What about Bee stings? Yes. This kills more people than terrorists

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John Kerry Attacked in Rome; Attacker Cried “You Created ISIS!”

Finding any good news or something possessing a modicum of common sense & truth is becoming increasingly arduous. It’s all very frustrating. Last night I was speaking to a dear friend & my frustration boiled over. I was supposed to get away from all this but instead I finished off the conversation in a state, depressed as the mother of manics,

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All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars – full version by Michael Rivero

Fair play to Michael Rivero – it’s difficult to learn more in 43 minutes but I think he does a fantastic job with his video ‘All wars are Bankers’ wars.’ He keeps it simple but rams in the facts. Highly recommend…… How many people are aware that every American President who opposed the Rothschild’s either was assassinated or had survived

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All Wars are Bankers Wars – A History of the Rothschild’s

This post was originally intended to include just this video which I came across last night. I don’t know who it is but I damn well like what he says. If only there was more of this on corporate media. I’d like to bet this guy has been black-listed big time –     I don’t know who said ‘all

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