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I'm 17 and I want to inform people in my school. Thoughts?

So Iv'e decided that i would like to inform people on some controversial issues. I was thinking i would start in my history class since were approaching a chapter about 9/11 and the war on terrorism. Maybe just ask question on how come the U.S didn't find any WMD in Iraq and the hundreds of thousands of inocent lives that died because of it.Then i'll talk about how the same thing that happened in Iraq is happening to Iran(story wise). Have any of you done this in school? If so i would like some tips

I also got the idea to hand out flyers to people about whats inside flu vaccines.

I just got very motivated from what Robert Wanek has been doing a true patriot at work informing the masses.

Have any of you done this in school? If so i would like some tips

The Video below is the one by Robert Wanek that motivated to go out and start speaking out


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Miss Umbidge might make you write lines "I must not tell lies".

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Best of luck!

Ask your history teacher about:
- The 10,000,000 or so the US helped kill in Operation Starvation
- The 150,000 the US slew with a couple nukes
- The millions dead in Korea and Vietnam
- The 500,000 Iraqi children Albright confessed to being dead.

How much murder can the US pull off before the Nazi's relinquish their 1st place reputation in killing people?

Best of luck with your campaign!

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A word of advice

When I was 17, I used to debate with my AP History II teacher, who pretty much was a pinko. Instead of learning about American history post civil war, just about everyday was spent discussing current events and how bad of a president Ronald Reagan was, and how good Jimmy Carter had been previously...

Now because I was 17 he bested me every single time -except one, when my father had prepared me about information on the Vietnam war.

When you make a claim about 9/11 or the danger of vaccines just be aware that he will be prepared to discount your claims with his own built-in cognitive dissonance and learned propaganda over the years... So make sure have all your facts ready and can answer every and all criticisms hurled your way...

And remember not to push too hard.. When you push you invite people to push back.. so be informative more than argumentative.. Dont force people to change their mind.. make them curious enough to learn more and then their mind will change on its own as they learn...

2 questions comes to mind

1) how did the current Ukrainian "government" come to power ?

2) how many recent US wars were formally declared by Congress (as required by the USC) ?

After you get them 2 C things FOLLOW UP with:





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Good Luck Brother.

Mention.... Each target relates to: 911 The Money Trail. What happened to Building 7? How war is more about Bankers, Corporations, and Politicians than it is about Safety, Terrorists, or, Public Opinion.

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1975 vs. Now

Should be plenty of material to get some thoughts
provoked and dialogue going:

Hint - lot of the best/most interesting stuff is in the comments - good luck!

Good ideas

Don't get thrown in Gitmo though.
I'm afraid for your safety when you bring these things up in school.
It ain't like it used to be.
I have a feeling your classmates will be all ears and your teacher will shun everything you say.
Sheeples can't deal with reality.
Stay cool.


Yes...start a YAL chapter....

they can support you

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey referring to ISIS

Help expose this

The current division of parties and races all comes from this ideal started in 1966. It is in full swing right now and will be successful if not exposed very soon:

Unconstitutional War - "The story you are about to hear is true; the names and places are being changed to protect the guilty."

I have an adventure for you.

I have an adventure for you. It would be quite interesting if you were to do a paper on USCODE 50 section 1520a subsection B and examples of current-day secret experiments (as you know, it didn’t stop with the Tuskegee Experiment). You’ll notice on that Sec. 1520 has been repealed, but 1520a including Subsection B are still in effect. It is titled

"Restrictions on use of human subjects for testing of biological and chemical agents."

But… When you read more closely, you realize that it should be re-titled as:

"Loopholes facilitating the use of human subjects for testing of biological and chemical agents."

I've included a screenshot of the code and highlighted the exceptions below.

Note that one of the articles in the code talks about 'prior notice to Congress', but it only requires prior notice to senate and/or house armed services committees, which can be (and most of the time are) not open to the public, and are classified.

This will be a great exercise for you, and could get you a good bit of visibility and be something more fun than simply writing a paper… By reaching out to your senators and congressmen and key journalists (consider The London Guardian’s US office), you could possibly get this law repealed and shed light on these horrific secret experiments. The linked article below about the demonic S.U.P.P.O.R.T group will give you chills… The US code I mentioned has direct connection with Mengele’s experiments and the two articles below.

Check out the following Forbes and AHRP articles. You’ll see that the spirit of Josef Mengele (and Operation Paperclip) still lives on as we speak.

From Cornell University USCode database:

You can read about OPERATION PAPERCLIP at the link below. This is on-record, and public.

Here is a just-broken story of secret institutionalized biological and pharmacological testing on Irish orphans during the 20th century.

I tried to get my nieces interested in this, but all I heard were crickets.

Hugs from Chile.

use questions

Let others tell you what is important to them. This is the best way of opening people to your opinion.
Good luck and don't give up.


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Do you..

Do you drive to school yet? I gave my nephew a Ron Paul bumper sticker and he said to me that other students asked about it.

I teach Liberty

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nice dude

hey good for you. i'd say cater to your audience. if you have a lot of potheads in your class, find a way to talk about nullification - Tom Woods did a podcast about it - how the gov't can't stop it, so instead they embrace it. something to grab their attention and get them thinking and that is relevant today and to them. most people won't pay attention at that age if they don't see it mattering in their lives now (and probably thru their 20's too (at least)) or talk about the draft and how it was done away with in favor of a volunteer military (so our public has less concern about war because hey they wanted to go). Some will likely be considering military post graduation or have friends/family considering. I would stay away from the federal reserve because I would think most would tune that out at that age. And depending on your teacher, you might get few chances to make comments - so read ahead and plan out what you want to say. People who are interested will want to know more later - and then be ready to engage them and/or point them to places like the Daily Paul. once at that point, ask them questions to get them talking, and help them convince themselves that something isn't right with our situation. Lead them to the water and many will drink. but be careful not to talk over them - some stuff can take a while to grasp, probably even more so for younger folks. depending on your creativity skills, posters could be great or a dud - you don't want people thinking you're weird, as many do when one brings up Liberty movement subjects, unfortunately - because of all the brainwashing. now if you're in a debate team or starting some other club, and can do a clever poster to draw people to that - then it won't look out of place. if you get the chance to do a class presentation, run your ideas by us here. I did that once when I posted a long argument rebuttal on facebook, and people here proofread it and gave suggestions (very helpful). best of luck!


Here is a site that would definitely help you out.

Tons of information,hope this helps!!!!

The comment below me said it right

Be Humble.

Something I struggle with myself, when I am comfortable to talk about things I know about, I can have a very commanding presence, and I speak as if it comes from authority. It is hard for me to recognize when I am informing, and when I am insulting someones intelligence.

I would say, don't make people feel stupid, and don't press them on things they don't wish to hear about, but that doesn't mean they can't overhear you talking to others about it, a lot. :)

I try a lot harder now. Now that I actually stand for something worthwhile, I want to do it right.

TMOT said something to me back during the campaign. He said, "Submission Anthony" and it's all he needed to say. I try and remember those words often when I engage in intelligent debate. Our job is to inform, not put down.

Be humble, and don't harp on

Be humble, and don't harp on it.

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Be humble, don't harp, but

be persistently consistent -- and kind. Waking up is a hard process to go through. To let go of all the propaganda, all the beliefs one has been taught from childhood about what truly keeps people safe and free -- and to learn the horrific truths of what has been done by governments including the U.S. can be agonizing for a person who cares about justice and goodness.

Reasoning from one basic principle, the Non-Aggression Principle, helps overcome many, many objections and much resistance once it is clearly understood.

What is your degree path?

What is your degree path? What are you gonna be when u grow up?

As an Air Force vet that bombed Iraq because I was propagandized to believe it had something to do with 9/11, you could mention how it did not. I personally saw ordinance that people wrote messages on saying that it was for 9/11 payback, when Iraq had nothing to do with it.

Of course if you mention Iraq, most people will just blame it on George Bush, when there is actually a 2 party paradigm like we have.

That's when you say you think Obama should return his Nobel Peace Prize he was awarded before he decided that dead little kids were acceptable as collateral damage during drone strikes.

Ask your history professor, humbly, how 2 planes took down 3 buildings. Most people do not even know a 3rd building came down.

Talk about building 7, The

Talk about building 7, The plane with no wings or engines that hit the pentagon, and the money trail.

"I know you boys like em sloppy". The Lunch Lady

Good for you man

I'm in college, but I had a similar chance to give a presentation on the Patriot Act. My only advice is that if you are going to say controversial things make sure you understand all of the arguments that could be used against you. If you are prepared for what others are ready to say to discredit you, than you will look prepared and win the debate. Stick to what you know are indisputable facts. And don't overstate tragedies or use rhetorical hyperbole this will also discredit you. The key is to stick to the facts so that when the people in your class look up what you were talking about later, they know that you weren't just making shit up. So that's my advice: Don't be afraid, and speak truth to power! Good luck man!

If you start with 9/11 90% of

If you start with 9/11 90% of the indoctrinated masses will shut off and never listen to anything you say again.

I would start by showing concrete ways that the government (EMPHASIZE BOTH PARTIES), and possibly your own school, are violating the bill of rights, amendment by amendment.

Learn about the founding fathers and how and why they were so rebellious.

I would also buy about 2 dozen used copies of The Revolution by Ron Paul. Give them to people you think will actually read them.

I have done these very things and have found them to be very effective.

America from Freedom to Fascism

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Go to a discount store

Buy some plain white or whatever color, t-shirts in a few sizes.
Are you an artist? Fabric paint...Paint your message
Do you have a few bucks to go to walmart and buy the machine that will allow you to make iron on's? Get a free program on line, design your message. Give a couple of good friends some shirts, and each of you wear them on the same day. Sell the shirts for like 10.00, maybe 15.00 to cover shipping/handling.

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My Fiance gave a speech about

My Fiance gave a speech about the FED in her speech class and started by ripping a $20 bill in half and telling the class it was actually worthless. Even the professor said it opened his eyes to the subject. The FED is a great place to start because of its mysterious start and it impacts every one of us.

You can take a torn bill back to the bank and they will replace it btw.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.


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