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The media machine attacks preppers
#1
I smell a hit job...

So now they are claiming this Sandy Hook kid's mom was a prepper. On the ground I see the prepper movement spreading like wildfire, but the media once again in direct contrast to the people's interest want to paint the people who see the writing on the wall as crazy unsurprisingly. They want to make us all guilty by association so they can keep us from waking the rest of the sheeple up.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnew...aster.html

On a side note: I'm finding in the past 2 years the truth of what is going on in the world has become so outlandish that hardly anyone will believe it anymore that isn't already awake. You can show them all the articles in the world from NYT or WSJ and they still won't believe the truth of what happens in our broken country every day.
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#2
There are a great deal of people who don't see the truth. But there is a large number of people that see it, but are not speaking up. That is where my worry is.
This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties. A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins. -Ben Franklin
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#3
Connal;55913 Wrote:There are a great deal of people who don't see the truth. But there is a large number of people that see it, but are not speaking up. That is where my worry is.

I notice these days how if you mention the federal reserve people automatically shut down when you tell them how money is created and how inflation is really a hidden tax on the people, even though everything you tell them is true and verifiable. The media has conditioned them to automatically dismiss you as a conspiracy theorist even if everything you're telling them is verifiable fact. I have literally got into discussions with co-workers before and brought in actual newspaper articles from WSJ detailing how certain government officials are exempt from insider trading laws and regulation for example and still had people not believe what was written on the page in front of their face because it conflicts too much with the world they've built for themselves in their own minds.
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Emoticon;55917 Wrote:
Connal;55913 Wrote:There are a great deal of people who don't see the truth. But there is a large number of people that see it, but are not speaking up. That is where my worry is.

I notice these days how if you mention the federal reserve people automatically shut down when you tell them how money is created and how inflation is really a hidden tax on the people, even though everything you tell them is true and verifiable. The media has conditioned them to automatically dismiss you as a conspiracy theorist even if everything you're telling them is verifiable fact. I have literally got into discussions with co-workers before and brought in actual newspaper articles from WSJ detailing how certain government officials are exempt from insider trading laws and regulation for example and still had people not believe what was written on the page in front of their face because it conflicts too much with the world they've built for themselves in their own minds.

I have had people look at me like I have two heads for bringing up the very same thing. It was in the news, it was online, but nobody seemed to be interested.

The same thing seems to be happening with the Benghazi debacle. Nobody cares that every person given a subpoena can't make it for one reason or another. I feel like I'm loosing my mind.
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silkworm;56310 Wrote:I have had people look at me like I have two heads for bringing up the very same thing. It was in the news, it was online, but nobody seemed to be interested.

The same thing seems to be happening with the Benghazi debacle. Nobody cares that every person given a subpoena can't make it for one reason or another. I feel like I'm loosing my mind.

Why are we immune to chemtrails and they aren't? Gunpowder residue? Gun smoke? Big Grin
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#6
The President, his allies in Congress and the driveby media types show us every day the real reason for "prepping". It's about as necessary as breathing now.
"Chris Kyle's death seems to confirm that "he who lives by the sword dies by the sword." Treating PTSD at a firing range doesn't make sense."
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#7
What's funny is the government, specifically FEMA, is encouraging prepping.



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Philadelphia Patriot;58241 Wrote:What's funny is the government, specifically FEMA, is encouraging prepping.

I have seen their info on it. I think FEMA encourages a very light form of prepping. Enough food to last you through a hurricane. Or enough batteries to get you through a drought.

Most preppers, are preparing for a longer period. Now don't get me wrong. I think everyone should have enough supplies and utilities to not need to leave their house for a month. And that is at the minimum. Many people I know are going above and beyond what FEMA things is necasary. A years worth of food. Guns, ammo, tools.

These are the people that no matter what comes, want to be able to not only survive, but thrive.
This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties. A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins. -Ben Franklin
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Philadelphia Patriot;58241 Wrote:What's funny is the government, specifically FEMA, is encouraging prepping.




CDC as well...

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#10
Entrapment.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iD1T61oTrR8

*firmly puts tinfoil hat on*

Perhaps they want to encourage people to prep to make it so that anyone can be profiled as being a domestic terrorist so that some day down the road when the last remaining rights we have are thoroughly eroded, they can arbitrarily yank people off the street under the 2012 NDAA and cite that as a reason for letting you rot in a cell without a trial.

*takes tinfoil hat off*

That commercial is creepy as hell though.
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