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A very nice piece for newly awakened, or trying to wake up.



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Thank You!

Thank You!

I am most greatful for that :) It was a lot of info, and I'm gonna need to watch it again... and again...

I recently got an awesome speach by Officer Jack McLamb on DVD in the mail. If you get a chance please look him up, especcially if you are police or military. Again, more awesome info.

Finally Watched Every Minute - Definitely Worth it!


Although it can get dull and boring, every minute was worth watching. I had to rewind a few times when I found myself not paying attention, but each time I did, I found the information very worthwhile.


Ron Paul's Convention Speech

This video might nudge the bluehairs

I would reccomend Loose Change, Freedom to Facism, The Obama Decetpion.
The first 2 vids were instremental waking me up.

I think this is a much

I think this is a much better primer for big government vs. small government.

http://www.educatorsofliberty.com/index.php?content_section_...

Mike

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LOL, your newly-awakened are different

from my newly-awakened. Hearing words like "conspiracy", our nation founded on "godly principles," and "diabolical" would have mine racing for the door. I have to use a WAY subtler, gentler approach to make any headway at all.

True, you don't want to

True, you don't want to blast a buggle in their ear. Best to wake people up with encouraging calls to get up and enjoy the sunshine.
grant

For newly awakened?

Not commenting on the video clip itself, but IMHO this is both too long and heavy for a newly awakened man or woman. I believe that it might actually want them to be put asleep again! Again - my opinion.

Poor John!

He actually believes that there exists a sufficient number of people in this country that love and understand liberty and understand the need for its vigilant protection. Goodness, he gives this nation's citizens way too much credit, doesn't he? Perhaps now, given that this presentation is not all that recent, John recognizes that we simply do not have the numbers to prevent what is coming. Explain to the people and then they'll understand and then they'll do something to restore and protect? Oh, John.

The average American is a dunderhead committed almost totally to self-satisfaction, ignorant and careless with the things that matter--such as this republic founded on individual rights and liberty. As a nation of smarty pants, most Americans can't really be informed of a thing; they know it all already. John even admits up front that if one says the word "conspiracy" our fellow geniuses and amateur historians just roll their eyes 'cuz conspiracies don't happen. We humans don't engage in conspiracies...No, that hardly ever happens, but as John aptly points out, to deny this fact of human history would require its rewriting.

Don't get me wrong. The majority under the fat part of the bell curve are nice dunderheads for the most part--although my husband would argue against that here in Boston, but I digress--but dunderheads nevertheless, but give credit where credit is due: They're committed dunderheads.

He's knowledgeable and his presentation is well-researched but

I always have reservations about everything. Just a little simplistic for my liking. If we all become (or are) right wing and religious and stick together, we'll fight this thing. And what does the frequent use of the word "religious" mean? Does that include buddhists, muslims...? As for the issues of life in France before and after the revolution - let's weigh up the pros and cons in depth - please don't tell me that it is that way because I'm telling you it is. I find it very difficult to believe that poor people in those days had such a cushy time. Speaking personally, having returned to a country with a monarchy after spending years in a republic I began to ask myself what the monarchy's function is? No clear answer as yet. And where did they obtain the right to rule others in the first place?

I am very wary of jumping onto any partisan wagon. Anything can be manipulation or disinformation - or based on lack of objectivity. I believe there is more to this than two simple sides of black and white, light and dark, good and bad. A chance conversation a couple of years back sparked my research into all of this and the guy I spoke to doesn't seem to fit into either group exactly, yet he mentioned worldwide connections and a preparedness for a climax battle in the next few years - but this guy is not on the side of big business and pharmaceuticals etc. He mentioned that like-minded would need to hold together to fight off what is coming. So what is that all about?

This is on my to see list. I want to see the rest of his videos

"The courage of one man is a majority" - Andrew Jackson

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I thought that was an excellent video. It is so refreshing

to have intelligent people make sense and show us the evidences of what each of us are coping with in our day to day.

"The courage of one man is a majority" - Andrew Jackson

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

Very good and clear....thanks

"Not armies, not nations, have advanced the race; but here and there, in the course of ages, an individual has stood up and cast his shadow over the world." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6pAcBXt2j8

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmaTNf4YhEs

nice

tks

Plainly spoken-

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