How they trap you in the network

The web appears to be the last chance for free speech, but it is rapidly being taken over as part of the global police state. Catch up and be aware of what is going on.

How Echelon spies on everybody, including Congress.

Unmanned drones developed for domestic crowd control. Just like in Afghanistan.

Global Research has a history of identity control schemes.

Lady Diana as the canary in the coal mine.

How the chip implant movement will play out.

Canada’s Freemasons are on board with the chip implant program.

Texas school tracks its truant students with GPS devices. Public school is a prison camp.

Police use child protection as excuse to get access to emails, internet accounts. They want a national police network with unrestricted access. Privacy rights? Not really.

A history of brainwashing techniques used in radio and TV. Why you are “forcibly retarded” by Cultural Marxism. Why people think it’s “real” if they see it on TV, even though it’s just an image. How the controllers plan mass “psychological shocks” to send the population into dissociation (mental illness). Why the end of literacy means the end of thinking. Why everyone you meet today seems like a zombie. Why the linking of many media in a global communications network is the goal of the controllers.

Why elections don’t matter much any more.

The program to use “emotions and visuals” to sell phony climate change.

The science of putting pictures in your head. And why people try to make life fit with what they see on TV.

Why the truth won’t be televised, the psychology of self-censorship, and the strange world of the masses completely out of touch with reality. What you are going to think is programmed before you are born.

How students are being induced to use the internet, causing mental illness and short attention spans. Why Johnny can’t read.

“There is empirical evidence now that information overload and associative thinking may be reshaping how they think.

”For many, this seems to be a bleak prospect – young people bouncing and flitting between a thoughtless, throwaway virtual world.”

Except for New World Order University.

“Books are still at the heart of what it means to be educated and to try to educate. The generation of students I teach see books as peripheral.”

“Leading neuroscientist Baroness Susan Greenfield, a professor at Oxford University, told the documentary that the web and social networking sites were ‘infantilising” children’s minds and detaching them from reality.”

That’s the goal of liberal education, to hide history, teach kids to think in slogans and abstractions, and detach kids from reality by putting them in the network of videos and images. Now you know why all the liberals you meet seem so childish and out of touch.

How Common Purpose has corrupted the police in Britain.

France is using the internet as a spy network.

Remember when they told you how great networking on the web would be? It is. For them.

All of the media are contaminated with mind control and subliminal persuasion techniques. If you are immersed in media or the web, you will have to take the time to decontaminate yourself. Don’t carry liberal propaganda viruses, otherwise the good people won’t be able to talk to you and bring you out of it. You’ll be trapped in their police state network.

About The Author

I read over 500 books on the history of the New World Order, but you only need to read one book to make up for the poor education they gave you in the public schools. The Hidden Masters Who Rule the World is a scholarly history that will take you beyond all parties, all worldviews, all prophecies, and all propaganda to an understanding of the future that the global controllers have planned for us.


3 Responses to “How they trap you in the network”

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