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Government Censorship Has Just Become More Orwellian

Tweet According to the US Department of State’s website: The Global Engagement Center’s Technology Series To Counter Foreign Propaganda and Disinformation Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC May 2, 2018 The Department of State is announcing the establishment of the Global Engagement Center’s (GEC) Technology Series to counter foreign propaganda and disinformation. This […]

One World Under the Corporations

Tweet Here is just one example of what the world will look like under the one-world global swamp… Dow Chemical Co. is listed as a United Nations Global Solutions member. Dow is also a partner with the UN on Sustainable Development Goals, for example, the UN Habitat for Humanity. In Dow’s Position on Human Rights […]

Trump’s Ministry of Truth is Worse Than Orwell Envisioned

Tweet Globalist Zbigniew Brzezinski regretted that his and others’ efforts to move toward global governance were being stalled due to the fact that “persistent and highly motivated populist resistance of politically awakened and historically resentful peoples to external control has proven to be increasingly difficult to suppress.” Indeed we “politically awakened” people have been hard […]

NHTPC Statement on Aftermath of Florida Shooting

Tweet The NHTPC and its participants support the Second Amendment and the right to self defense, unconditionally. Furthermore, we agree that ALL federal gun control is unconstitutional. In the wake of the Florida shootings we denounce the misguided attacks that are currently being directed against the National Rifle Association, a pro-second amendment group which only […]

No It Wasn’t the NRA That Caused This

Tweet In the aftermath of the Florida shooting, liberals have predictably taken to social media, screaming for gun control, and declaring that the country needs to “abolish the NRA”. Meanwhile it was not the NRA that told that kid or anyone else to go and shoot innocent people. There is no proof to show any […]

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