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The Hexagon of Tyranny

By Paul Collits We are facing a six-headed monster of tyranny.  Freedom is on the line, as Western, so-called democratic governments have trashed our basic human rights.  How much do we know, or care? The West now faces a hexagon… Continue Reading →

Rolling Out The Architecture Of Oppression: They Fear The People

By Caitlin Johnstone They all knew a pandemic was coming, academics, researchers, every intelligence agency, according to famed NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. In a groundbreaking Vice News interview Snowden declares: ‚ÄúThere is nothing more foreseeable as a public health crisis in a… Continue Reading →

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