Beware of InfiltratorsSubmitted by 35intheShade on Sat, 07/14/2012 - 15:25
What I’m going to say is probably going to upset some people, but that’s ok because there needs to be a conversation about this. There seems to be a few people who believe that no one in the liberty movement should dare discuss or even say the word “conspiracy”. To hear this coming from supposedly Ron Paul supporters is insane. Firstly, there is no denying that Dr. Paul was blacked out in many debates and almost completely blacked out by the media (YouTube: Ron Paul Still Ignored – Jon Stewart Daily Show). Secondly, Ron Paul himself has discussed Skull and Bones at Yale University, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission and the power these organizations have (just Google or YouTube this to hear it in his own words). Thirdly, watch on YouTube “Ron Paul Bashes the New World Order at Rally in Nashville TN”. Also watch “Ron Paul: First Bush Was Working Towards New World Order”. And don’t forget, Dr. Paul just recently (in April) warned of a possible false flag attack. Does he have to spell it out for you? He knows about the conspiracy. Come on, wake up already. Since there is almost definitely a conspiracy for power going on in the world, there are going to be many attempts to destroy this great liberty movement, one such attempt being the use of infiltrators.
Adam Kokesh is a potential infiltrator. I’m sure I fired up a lot of you by saying this. But I’ll tell you why I feel this way. Now, Konstantin Preobrazhensky is a former KGB agent. He comes from the world of journalism. He said “Russia Today is only a part of the Russian industry of misinformation and manipulation created recently in the USA by Putin’s KGB” (YouTube: More on 'Russia Today' & Russia-US Relations). Kokesh’s show, Adam vs. The Man, was picked up by Russia Today in April 2011… This quote: “The people of the world tremble under the thumb of imperial capitalism,” was not said by Lenin or Stalin, but by Adam Kokesh. On religion, watch on YouTube “Taking Libertarian Logic to the Spiritual Extreme”. In this video, Kokesh is at the “reason rally” and preaching about how “reason” and “logic” need to replace the “superstitions” of Christianity. I’m not saying all atheists are infiltrators. But, what he says sounds like it is straight out of freemasonry. Read “Proofs of a Conspiracy” written by John Robison in 1798 to get a better feel of how these terms are used to manipulate people and destroy faith in God. Here’s an example of how “reason” replaces Christianity: “In the Master’s degree of French Masonry, the person is made typical of the death of Jesus Christ. But in the next step, it is Reason that has been killed and entombed.” This is in order to “refine and refine Christianity until it vanished altogether, leaving Deism, or Natural, or Philosophical Religion in its place”. Atheists out there will attack me for even suggesting that atheism can be used to get control over those who otherwise would have been righteous and fearful of God only. But some of you will at least be skeptical of Kokesh at this point. And don’t forget, you must be a devout atheist to be a member of the Communist Party.
Be wary of Jack Hunter. In an article titled “Bilderberg conspiracies have become a handicap for the Liberty Movement”, Hunter attacked anyone who questions whether Obama is actually an American citizen. Even though there is currently a massive and legitimate investigation going on by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio into Obama’s birth certificate, Hunter says the “Birther movement became an embarrassing distraction for the conservative movement”. Later in the article, Hunter says “most in the constitutional conservative or libertarian movements do not subscribe to conspiracy theories, just like most conventional right-wingers don't subscribe to Birtherism, but the small minority who do continue to embarrass and hinder everyone's efforts.” First of all, how in the world would he know whether or not the majority of people in the Liberty Movement are suspicious of Bilderberg or not? Secondly, what is Jack’s purpose in writing this article? What are the fruits of this article? Division. The article was written right when people were cooling off and coming to terms with Rand Paul’s endorsement of Mitt Romney. The last thing we needed was more division and more negativity. Hunter even admits that “the Bilderberg Group is an invite-only organization whose membership features some of the world's most powerful political players and world leaders”, but finds no suspicion in that. And don’t forget, up until recently people who simply said the Bilderberg Group existed were considered crazy conspiracy theorists. There is video proof on YouTube of Hillary Clinton denying its existence. I don’t know, to me this seems like very suspicious behavior.
Let’s get smart, understand that there is a conspiracy on some level to at least destroy the Liberty Movement, and that one of the methods to accomplish this is to divide and conquer us using infiltrators.