Tag: freedom

America: From Freedom To Fascism

| December 25, 2012 | 0 Comments
America: From Freedom To Fascism

Freedom to Fascism, as the documentary movie is commonly referred to, is an investigative documentary film by Aaron Russo which uncovers the hidden truth of the evils of the taxation imposed on the American people by international bankers. The film also establishes as a matter of fact that taxation, ala the income tax, is illegal […]

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Police State 4: Rise of FEMA

| December 17, 2012 | 2 Comments
Police State 4: Rise of FEMA

The documentary featured in this entry is out of the Alex Jones (Infowars.com) camp, and gives us a birds eye view of the how bad off we are as it relates to once being a proud powerful freedom loving republic. Secret FEMA North Korea style prison camps are uncovered in America, and exposed in this […]

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The End of Liberty

| December 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
The End of Liberty

Produced by the National Inflation Institute, End of Liberty levies some harsh truths about the world we live in today and how are freedoms are slowly being siphoned of by those in power. One of the harsh truths that seems to be more and more tangible is how almost everything is illegal and how difficult […]

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Slavery By Consent

| December 6, 2012 | 2 Comments
Slavery By Consent

“Slavery by Consent” – Evidence We’re the Government’s Property Although we are indoctrinated to believe that we are free people, that is a grave misconception.  “Slavery by Consent” explains exactly how the entire system is designed to control  and repress us. Our government dictates how we can and can’t behave, what we can and can’t […]

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People & Power: America’s Prison Problem

| November 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
People & Power: America’s Prison Problem

In America, we imprison more people than any other country in the world. (This does not account for countries that are prisons.) The price of keeping over 2 million people locked up behind bars is a staggering 80 billion dollars. People & Power: America’s Prison Problem For over 35 years tougher sentencing guidelines have increased […]

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