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Friday, September 28, 2007

Freedom of Speech

Lately, in America there has been a war on free speech. Those who said comments are backing down under the altar of "political correctness." I'm really sick of it. If you like people, say it. If you don't like people, you have a right to say it. That's freedom of speech. In America, we're turning into Europe where you can go to jail for criticizing religions. As for me, I will never be intimidated by no human beings. The hate crime legislation was passed by the Senate. Laws exist making violence illegal against any one irrespective of the race, sex, perference, or gender identity. This isn't about that. It's about creating a special citizen class among certain people and censoring speech that dissent with certain lifestyles. The B'nai B'rith ADL is in support of this stuff. Similar laws in Canada, Australia, Sweden, France, Turkey have led some people to be fined or arrested for their free speech (Yet, I don't agree with all of Ted Pike's views on Jewish people. Many sincere Jewish groups are opposed to the ADL's bigotry and hypocrispy like the JPFO and others). So, folks can't tell me this can't happen here. It happened here with the Philadephia 11 and the ADL supported it. It's a disgrace. The ADL has been anti-religious freedom, pro-abortion, and anti-conservative Christians for a long time. Abe Foxman isn't representative of all Jewish people. It's bigger than the ADL since they take their marching orders from the Vatican/Jesuits, high level Freemasonry, the Pilgrim Society, and other powerful groups. The answer to speech that you don't like is speech from you answering something that you abhor, not censorship.

CFR member Gary Hart warns Iran that they might be attacked similar to the USS Maine or other false flag event. Hart is the one that is in support of the non-efficient Homeland Security guggernaut. For Hart to say that tells me that war in Iran is a real possibility. I oppose that agenda for many reasons. I think that the government has turned very wrong. A man can't rely on the government for everything. With the plots against black people, white people, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, etc. I believe we should discover the motivations of why the elite does why they do. The motivation is the centralize power unto themselves, inhibit population growth (they lie about populations when we have underpopulation crisis in Russia, Europe, etc. We can fit all humans in Texas given 1,000 sq. ft. to each person), disrupt the spirit of human indepedent thought and action, promote dehumanization (in abortion, enthuasania, and sterilization that's forced. Bill Gates is one of the biggest supporters of this evil junk. Gates' father was the President of Planned Parenthood and Bill Gates is a member of the Club of Rome. The Club of Rome's purpose is depopulation and promoting the lie of humans overpopulation the Earth. These sickos are cold blooded and few talk about this. They want people to die for real. Our hope in not in these criminals or wicked globalists, but in the Lord), and control people into a specific mindset of globalization (including a global religious system, global economic system, and global government as advocated by Cronkite, David Rockefeller, and others) . That's why you see nanotechnology, biometrics (IBM is one of the biggest supporters of this technology), and transhumanism promoted all of the time. It's important to expose all of this information and help people. That's the whole deal with me. I became aware of something wrong with the world on a higher level in 1997. I've been investigating a lot and I'm learning such much more facts as time continues forward. I'm here and I'm for the Second Amendment, for national sovereignity, for individual freedom, for our civil liberties, and against the agitation towards a global state.

By Timothy

3 comments:

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