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Delusional reality: Everything peddled by politicians, media, banks and television is a fiction

(NaturalNews) The "War on Terror" is a complete fabrication. There is no terrorism other than what the government creates in order to sell its agenda of a police state takeover. Click here to read Paul Craig Roberts' article that lays this out in brilliant detail.

The CDC's war on West Nile virus is also a complete fabrication. There is no real West Nile virus threat. (Read article here.) The odds of being killed by West Nile are, much like with "terrorism," even lower than the odds of being killed by a bee sting.

The "economic recovery" of America is a fairy tale. Over the last few days, the federal debt reached a jaw-dropping $16 trillion -- nearly $5 trillion of that debt has been incurred under one person: President Obama. Unemployment is at record highs. Half the population is on federal aid of one form or another. Food stamp costs have skyrocketed.

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That's because America is

was and probably always will be....Masonic.

And all this deception ultimately comes from Satan, and fed to us through his Masonic monions, planted at the head of all the institutions mentioned.

There. I said it.

In a world run by "legal fictions" ~ what shall be expected?

Business is started with a "fictitious name" certificate. Certified evidence of more fiction to come.

Sing Sing Prison Museum Field review by the editors.
Ossining, New York

Ossining tries very hard to be a gentrified village of quaint shops, poorly timed traffic signals, and moss-stained marble buildings. But it can't escape its dark, horrible secret. The marble was quarried by convicts. Down by the river, screened from public view, is one of America's most infamous prisons. And Ossining calls itself that to avoid any association with the waterfront calaboose that still bears the town's original name: Sing Sing.

The prison's still there, providing long-term housing for 2,200 tenants who don't look kindly on tourists. But continuing interest by visitors about the prison "up the river" from New York prompted the village to create a museum in the Caputo Community Center, just down the street from the high school. It's surely the best prison museum in a village community center anywhere in the US.

The Sing Sing Museum presents a blend of understated historical correctness and gruesome thrills. You see pictures of prisoners being flogged bloody, but they're tastefully mounted and the practice is sternly chastised. There's an electric chair on display, but it's a replica, hand-crafted in flawless detail by Sing Sing's own Building Maintenance Vocational Class in 1991. The real chair, which fried 614 men and women over its long career, was on loan for awhile to the Newseum, Arlington, VA.

Sing Sing alumni occasionally visit the museum with their families to reminisce about life in the Big House. According to our guide that day, the place is also popular with tourists from Canada. ...

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Never thought of it

We could wipe out the national debt with a simple EMP surge. Problem solved!

The past two years I've began

The past two years I've began the tedious purge of fictional material from my life. I stopped watching TV, I stopped reading fictional books or caring about ever reading new ones, I stopped visiting websites that put the user in a fictional world of their imagination (facebook, youtube, etc), I stopped believing in fictional people on this planet trying to sell an alternate reality.

Friends and family members are puzzled by my behavior. People I meet think I'm out of the loop for not loading my life with falsehoods and half truths.

Let me tell you. I've never been more focused in my life. My reading comprehension has gone through the roof. My reasoning and listening skills are sharp as tacks. And I have a burning desire in my soul to fix the wrongs of this country any way I can. I urge others to do the same.

Southern Agrarian

Great article, 100% true in

Great article, 100% true in my opinion. Just look at the "rebels" in Syria, strange how those non-Syrian muslims hate America so much they actually die for the US-Israel-Western interests in the area (???!!!???!!)

On this, we are in 100% agreement LL

my friend.

"You are a den of vipers and thieves."

I mean to rout you out!

-Just because you are among us, does not make you with us

-The door is wide open, anything can slither in

Thank you Gmason08

& Thank you to other patriots who posted comments here.

Here is my favorite quote on tyranny:

"All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent."
-- Thomas Jefferson

LL on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LibertyPoet
sometimes LL can suck & sometimes LL rocks!
http://www.dailypaul.com/203008/south-carolina-battle-of-cow...
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

bumping for what I believe is the truth--

--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

That about sums it all up.

That about sums it all up. He's got it pegged. I can't wait till it all comes crashing down. Am so sick of delusional people telling me that I am just a negative person when I think they are "delusional".

Dissent is empowering in my

Dissent is empowering in my opinion.
Keep going.

Southern Agrarian