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Take a Good Look at this Film!

This is what martial law looks like - in action.

“Corporate Death Sentences” handed out to other countries in the name of Globalization, and economic warfare. A serious eye opener!

Argentina, South Korea, Africa, Central America, Palestine, Iraq and others.

The Fourth World War

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It seems this is not going

It seems this is not going to be easy. Mexico people won a bloody revolt but their congress did not grant the wish of the people. What a disappointment. It seems we might be in for more disappointments.

It is interesting to know that there was a worldwide protest against America going into Iraq, but we never knew it, did u?

And Mandela destroying apartheid to be substituted (and perhaps negotiated) with corporatism. It makes me think whether the whole Mandela episode wasn't staged.

Lot's of things to think about, but that is why we need a Ron Paul revolution, else it looks grim.

Gives quite a bit of

Gives quite a bit of "sunshine" to the things that we are fighting today. I honestly don't think someone like Ron Paul can change the road we are heading down yet I like to think that he will be able to lead us to another path.

Even if he can't travel it himself, he has created the beginning of something very big.

WOW what a great film

WOW what a great film

walter whitt

Bless you for posting

There was a blind man who could see. There was a man who could see and was blind. Those who see this film have two choices I see, thank you.

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

As hard as that is to watch

Everyone should see it.

I've checked out the new wearechange vids - i'll do this one too

back to the red pill again. it's been a while since i've sat down with a good CT vid !

"The question is not who will let me- the question is who will stop me" - Ayn Rand

"The question is not who will let me- the question is who will stop me" - Ayn Rand