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Friday, July 05, 2013

The Fundamental Difference Between Edward Snowden and Benedict Arnold

The title of this post should induce a train of thought that cuts through the current soap opera circus exhibited by our press. If you consider that it was none other than Benjamin Franklin who stated that "No tyrannical society can long exist when it cannot control the flow of information," then the point of the comparison becomes more clear.

For we certainly are living in a controlled environment of "infotainment" as nightmarishly noxious in essence as any dystopia cooked up by the adherents of the Anglo Dutch East Indies conglomerate such as Jeremy Bentham, H.G. Wells, Bertrand Russell, or George Orwell.

But the most dangerous enemy of the great mission which established our liberty is shining a light upon the treachery which has nearly now extinguished that selected role of Franklin, Lincoln, and FDR. For since the creation of the proxy warfare we have been embroiled in by the would be Anglo Dutch elites and the creeping take down of our commitment to Eleanor Roosevelt's conception of human rights our citizenry has collectively turned and looked the other way and going along to get along.  But the time for living by the rationale of such a deal with the devil is fast subsiding dear readers.



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