source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com

The American public struggles with political rhetoric and US corporate media to discern fact from spin.

“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” unsourced and attributed to Andrew Carnegie

What US “leadership” has done are the following:


With all respect, these literal psychopaths in US “leadership” knew/know exactly what they’re doing. A psychopath has a veneer of social grease thinly covering vicious acts. Their last strands of support are dissipating cognitive dissonance of the American public as critical mass slowly embrace the facts: an intentional pathway of destruction for a broad political and economic agenda of psychopathic control, sadism, and slavery.

To the contrary, tell me one area of investment our nation makes for good that isn’t a token amount?

Anybody?

Just one…?

I mean, we now spend more money just to air-condition our war soldiers in the Middle East than the entire NASA budget.

The good news in this is that with every step “leadership” takes down that path of our literal destruction to dominate and cull us, their work animals, the polarization becomes more clear and easy to communicate.

We will win with critical mass of the inevitable conclusion: “the emperor has no clothes.”

You, citizen, have unique opportunity to contribute your unique, beautiful, and powerful self-expression to building a brighter future if you choose the intellectual integrity and moral courage to do so.

Please do.

Millions will live or die, billions will have a life worth living or misery, and trillions of dollars of power are directed at our collective choice.

For a powerful video of how we build a brighter future seen by literally tens of millions now, view the 3rd movie of the Zeitgeist series, Zeitgeist: Moving Forward by clicking the video at the upper-left of this article.

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