Truth Unite with Scott Bennett, Michael Jay, Martha Trowbridge, and Stephen Pidgeon


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PART 2: April 27, 2016 Stephen Pidgeon and Martha Trowbridge


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April 27, 2016 Truth Unite on House Resolution to expose terrorist financing report


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Neil Keenan, the Chinese, the “All of It” — by Judge Anna


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Sunday, April 17, 2016dismantlethemachine

by Judge Anna

What I know for sure is that the Nationalist Chinese government placed a LARGE sum of gold on deposit with the New York Fed in 1928 just before the fall of the Nationalist Chinese government.  The Fed used that gold for years and were supposed to pay interest on the use of it, and didn’t.  They didn’t like the Communist Chinese government, so they just wrote off their own fiduciary responsibility to the Chinese people — the lawful heirs of the gold horde—and proposed to keep it for themselves.

Neil Keenan brought suit against the New York Fed in 2011 to correct this.  But they had already bankrupted the old Federal Reserve System in 2009, so they pleaded bankruptcy protection.  Technically, the gold had been held by member banks in the old bankrupt system, so it was argued that all those assets were…

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“All contracts created by men are bull”, by Anna von Reitz


Anna says all contracts created by men are bull.   It’s all hokum and fraud.  We aren’t competent to guarantee what we will be doing at ten o’clock tomorrow morning, much less thirty years from now when we are supposed to pay off a mortgage.  That is the fact of the matter.  And that means that nothing we promise to do has any binding force or true validity.  It doesn’t matter what language you use, or if it is grammatically correct or not.  People have no control of their circumstance or life-span or any of the many, many contributing factors that go into whether or not a contract— even a contract made in “good faith”— can or will be kept.
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Ever tried to enforce a contract against someone truly down on their luck?  Do the words “blood out of a turnip” have meaning for you?
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Therefore, all contracts made by men and even by our institutions— governments, corporations, etc.,—

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LETTER TO POPE FRANCIS, from Anna Maria von Reitz


Maine Republic Email Alert

April 14, 2016

Big Lake, Alaska

 

His Holiness Pope Francis

Via email

 

Most Beloved Francis,

 

The perpetrators have now involved the Chinese in their schemes and are proposing to lend our gold to the Chinese —who are in turn offering to lend it back to us— profiting the criminals and the Chinese in the process. This money laundering scheme is so transparent that a small child can see it.  How then, does anyone propose to excuse it now or ever?

 

We deeply regret the injustices that the Chinese and many other people have suffered, but we do so from the standpoint of those who have been similarly afflicted by the same disease and suffered like injuries.  The American people are not at fault for the evils which have been committed both against us and in our names.

 

Upon waking, we see that we have foxes…

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99% PROOF: Are We Witnessing Monsanto’s Demise?


I hope that this is the reality.

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Source – anonhq.com

– Could Monsanto be facing the end of the line? Stock prices are dropping, Monsanto staff have been culled with a further 2600 to lose their jobs under the guise of restructuring the company, and the general citizen consensus is one of contempt. Monsanto’s all-time winning cancer-causing product glyphosate is no longer their bestseller. Are we watching the slow demise of this GMO corporate giant?

2016 earnings have been announced as of December/Jan, showing a forecasted stock price of $5.60 changed to a $4.40 margin, a steady drop no doubt affecting lofty ambitions. For all the U.S. dollar troubles there are, Monsanto can hardly rake up this slash in stock prices to that alone. They’re also buying back their own shares. The first quarter loss stands in 2016, so far at $253 million, or a 17 percent revenue drop. It could be the merger with…

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