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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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DMZ South – North Korea’s Concentration Camp Rules

| November 3, 2012 | 1 Comment
DMZ South – North Korea’s Concentration Camp Rules

DMZ South – North Korea’s Concentration Camp Rules The Rules Do not try to escape from the prison. Punishment for doing so is death. No more than 3 people are allowed to be together. The 3 people cannot move around as a group without permission. Punishment for doing so is death. Punishment for unauthorized movement […]

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