I have been getting my mind around this abysmal cruelty of humanity’s manufactured history for years and the joining of the dots has always been a profoundly painful and shocking personal process. However there is a greater power in the naming of these lies, deceptions and atrocities against mankind with the full force and purpose of the Sword of Truth.
I made the mistake of watching while lunching. I don’t recommend it.
It’s graphic evidence of the atrocities the news media just didn’t see fit to share all those years—and still aren’t. Do you detect a pattern? Any excuse for war was apparently a good one in America.
History didn’t simply unfold willy-nilly, however. It was scripted.
None of this just “happened”. We have been used.
This is what evolves over time when you do nothing to stop an evil agenda; when you have the attitude that someone else will take care of it; when you believe what you’re “told” rather than what you can see with your own eyes and don’t question it; when you label those who come to you with a shocking truth, a “conspiracy theorist” without looking into it for yourself. What good ever came of denial?
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