Let them fondle my junk if it provides outrageous enough to wake people up. If that’s what it took to bring the public together and throw the Illuminati out, then so be it.
Remember: it’s almost predictable that the Illuminati will overplay their hand and fall before public outrage.
So isn’t this a taste of what the times will be like soon enough? Complete your old issues. Drop your unnecessary baggage. We’ll need to keep our heads as all around us are losing theirs.
We know what lies ahead of us, whereas most others don’t. Let’s use these situations as they arise for what they’re most opportune for but let’s not lose our heads.
Oh, and by the way, the latest rumor about SaLuSa’s message is that Mike’s email may have been hacked. Nothing is known yet for sure. Whether it was hacked or not, it’s all grist for the mill. We know who we are in the matter and that’s all that counts.
Ron Paul Unleashes On TSA: “Enough Is Enough”
Congressman introduces legislation to block immunity for federal goons who ‘treat Americans like cattle’
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, November 18, 2010
In perhaps his most impassioned and irate speech to date, Congressman Ron Paul unleashed a tirade of vilification at the TSA and their security procedures that have stoked nationwide outrage, stating “enough is enough” as he introduced new legislation to that would open the way for TSA employees to be sued for groping Americans or putting them through dangerous naked body scanners, preventing travelers ‘from being treated like cattle’.
US Senate debate on S.510 Food Safety bill could extend into the weekend
(NaturalNews) At 10:30 today, the U.S. Senate picks up its debate on the issue of S.510, the “Food Safety and Modernization Act” which is really a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It would grant the FDA new, tyrannical powers that could be used to criminalize backyard gardening, outlaw saving seeds, imprison people who sell raw milk and oppress food freedom throughout the country.
The US Senate will recess today from 12:30 – 3:00pm, after which debate on the bill will resume. During that two-and-a-half hour recess, Senators will no doubt be checking in with their offices to hear what their constituents think about this bill. This is your opportunity to be heard by calling your U.S. Senator this morning, before 12:30 Eastern time (or as soon as you can manage it, as every call helps), and voicing your strong opposition to S.510, the Food Safety and Modernization Act.